Roback was cut by the Steelers on Monday, Chris Adamski of TribLive.com reports.
Roback signed a contract with the Steelers back in January. He ended up being part of the roster cuts used to make room for the signing of several undrafted free agents.
Roback signed a contract with the Steelers on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
After going undrafted out of Eastern Michigan, Roback was unable to make the Browns' 53-man roster and otherwise did not spend time with an NFL team during the 2018 regular season. With Ben Roethlisberger more or less committed to playing in 2019 and Joshua Dobbs and Mason Rudolph in front of him, Roback will be hard-pressed to make inroads in Pittsburgh.
Roback was waived by the Browns on Friday.
Roback joined the Browns in May after going undrafted out of Eastern Michigan. With Tyrod Taylor and No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield competing for first-team reps -- and veteran Drew Stanton ahead of him on the depth chart -- he never really had a chance to make the roster. However, he acquired some NFL experience and will now look to parlay that into a new opportunity.