Pittsburgh re-signed Berry to a one-year contract Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Berry has averaged over 45 yards per punt in back-to-back seasons with the Steelers. As Corliss Waitman is the only other punter currently on Pittsburgh's roster, Berry looks like the clear favorite to win the starting gig this offseason.
Berry signed with the Steelers on Saturday, Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports.
Berry punted for the Steelers over the previous five seasons, but the team brought in Dustin Colquitt at the beginning of the 2020 season. The Colquitt experiment didn't work out, however, so the Steelers will bring Berry back in. During Berry's last season with the Steelers, he averaged 45.5 yards per punt.
Berry is expected to sign with the Steelers on Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Berry spent the first five seasons of his career in Pittsburgh, but he was released prior to the 2020 season. However, he's expected to return after the team moved on from Dustin Colquitt on Friday. Since Berry was in camp for a tryout Monday, he should be eligible to suit up for the Steelers for their Week 7 matchup against the Titans.
Berry agreed Wednesday with the Steelers on a two-year contract, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Berry has spent the last four years in Pittsburgh, averaging 43.8 yards per punt. The 27-year-old may face outside competition for the punting gig during training camp, but his new contract will make him the odds-on favorite to keep his job.
Berry signed a one-year contract with Pittsburgh on Thursday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports.
Berry has been with Pittsburgh since 2015, averaging 43.8 yards per punt during his tenure. He'll figure to be the team's punter throughout the 2018 campaign.