Sorry ncage, but any cut towards the hoof end, south of the sirloin, is definitely not meant for steaks.
We grind our own hamburger meat, and your cut would be fine for it. Although for that we usually prefer the chuck.
Or it is a great time for a chili. Make a chili with, oh, half inch cubes of beef, nothing better. Prefer that to ground beef in chili.
Or, take the round, cut it thin, and marinate it. A teriyaki sauce would work just fine. Can then cook it in the oven, in a pan on the stove, or on the grill (but right now the grill option means standing outside in a parka shivering).
Teriyaki beef, in my humble opinon, on a roll makes a great sandwich.
Could cube or slice it. marinate it, and use it for fajitas.
Or toss them in the freezer until they get hard. Then shave thin slices (this is betteer done with a slab of meat than a steak, but can be done with them). Put the thin shavings on a plate and add a marinade with acid. The simplest thing to use is bottled Italian dressing. Let it sit for a bit and you have a tasty carpaccio. Just eat and enjoy.
Just a few ideas. It is cold here and am typing fast to keep warm.
It is not working.
Just a few ideas. Take care.