Master Teague ran over several defenders in a training camp drill with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Teague, a former Ohio State running back, is trying to make the Steelers’ roster for the upcoming regular season. Teague went undrafted out of Ohio State and is fighting to be a running back on an active NFL roster.

With his recent highlight videos in training camp, Teague is making a name for himself on Pittsburgh’s roster. The Steelers were putting on one-on-one drills for defensive and offensive players. Teague was involved in one drill where the defensive player had to tackle Teague, but Teague barreled over the defender and won the drill.

In another one-on-one drill, Teague hit a defender with a stiff arm and ran right through his opponent on the drill. The defender in the second drill was Steelers defensive back Chris Steele.

In just a few weeks of training camp, Teague is starting to put on a show in drills against the Steelers’ defense. While it is unclear if Teague will make the 53-man roster, he has impressed many people in Pittsburgh.

When Teague played at Ohio State, he progressed each season. He finished his college career at Ohio State with 17 rushing touchdowns. In 2020, Teague had 8 rushing touchdowns for the Buckeyes. He hopes to make Pittsburgh’s roster as a reliable running back.