After Hines Ward, Quincy Morgan has more starts than the rest of the Steelers receivers combined but said he'll be happy to serve as their No. 4 man this season.
He hopes to start doing that Sunday against Tennessee.
"If they have plans to put me in the game, I'll be ready," said Morgan, signed Tuesday after the Cowboys released him.
Morgan (6 feet 1, 215 pounds) started 52 games in five seasons in the league. He wasn't happy with his role on the Cowboys after he slipped to No. 4, but that is no problem here, he said.
"That's my spot right now; that's the role I have to play. If it changes, it changes. But right now we have a good group of guys, I'm just coming in, I really don't know this offense but I'm learning."
The Steelers have given him a core of plays to learn quickly so they might use him Sunday.
"He's a very productive, veteran receiver," coordinator Ken Whisenhunt said.
"He's fought the battles, he's been successful. He's a good-sized guy who has good speed, been very productive and made some big plays.
That's exciting to have a guy of that caliber add depth to your team."