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Enters his sixth NFL season in 2021; originally drafted by the Steelers in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft (25th overall) out of Miami
Has played in 58 games with 32 starts, tallying 144 tackles (117 solo), four interceptions, 27 passes defensed and two FR
Also has played and started in four postseason contests, logging 11 tackles, two passes defensed and one fumble recovery



2020 SEASON (Bears):



Suffered a knee injury in the preseason that forced him to miss the 2020 season



2019 SEASON (Steelers):



Played in 10 games with one start at corner at the Los Angeles Chargers where he recorded a season-high six tackles
Recorded seven total tackles, including one on special teams



2018 SEASON (Steelers):



Saw action in all 16 games with six starts; registered 19 tackles (15 solo), one forced fumble and one pass defensed; added 3 tackles on special teams
Split a safety with Morgan Burnett vs. Kansas City, tackling QB Patrick Mahomes in the end zone
Forced a fumble in the second quarter of Tampa Bay WR Chris Godwin, which was recovered by CB Mike Hilton, marking the first defensive forced fumble of his NFL career
Started Pittsburgh's only postseason contest, tallying three tackles and a pair of passes defensed



2017 SEASON (Steelers):



Started all 16 games at corner as the Steelers went 13-3; recorded 54 tackles, one interception, 13 passes defensed and two FR
Recorded one INT in a win at Houston in Week 16
Made three postseason starts, logging 15 tackles (11 solo) with two passes defensed and a fumble recovery
Started at cornerback in the 2017 AFC Championship game at New England



2016 SEASON (Steelers):



Appeared in all 16 games, starting the last nine games
Totaled 64 tackles, three interceptions, two tackles-for-loss and 13 passes defensed in his rookie season
Recorded an INT off Joe Flacco in his first career start at Baltimore; also logged one tackle-for-loss and two passes defensed
Recorded his second career interception two weeks later at Cleveland, picking off Cody Kessler, and his third at Buffalo off of quarterback Tyrod Taylor




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