Jaylen Warren, a rookie running back who went undrafted, became one of the Pittsburgh Steelers' top preseason tales.

On Sunday, Warren played his first NFL game.

Warren's contribution to the game may not have been evident in the boxscore, but if you watch the footage again, you'll notice some excellent things.

On Tuesday, head coach Mike Tomlin was questioned regarding how Warren performed after replacing Najee Harris, and he responded as Tomlin as he could.

Warren only managed seven yards on three runs, but he stood out for three massive blocks, demonstrating that he has a thorough understanding of what it takes to be a complete running back in the NFL.

We will have a much clearer idea of Warren's potential effectiveness if Harris' foot issue prevents him from playing against the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Warren attended Snow College, Utah State, and Oklahoma State for his college football career.

He rushed for 1,216 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior at Oklahoma State.

Warren signed as an undrafted free agent with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2022.

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