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Notre Dame's Zack Martin not long enough for LT

The first-round offensive line prospect is aggressive and shows great awareness. His lack of length, however, does not make him an ideal left tackle in the NFL.

Steelers mock draft: Expect a trade at 15

There will be a need with a team picking in the 20s that will want to move up, and the Steelers will be happy to drop down a few picks and select their real target.

The best CB you don't know...yet

Hidden in college football's Conference USA, Philip Gaines of Rice may just be the best corner you have never heard of.

Draft Prospects: Lewan has the Nasty to succeed

Defenders are in pain watching Michigan OT and likely top 12 pick Taylor Lewan run-blocking and on screens. Not a completely finished product, but an outstanding one, and one that might be available when the Steelers pick at No. 15 in the NFL Draft.

Monday Combine results: Clowney, Donald steal show

Monday had the defensive linemen and linebackers take the field in the combine. With a large amount of top end prospects, Monday was certainly a day that was intriguing to watch. We break down who stood out.

Evans, Cook, and Archer boost their stock Sunday

Sunday saw the offensive skill positions hit the field. The Steelers should been interested in the deep group of receivers the Combine hosted. Who stood out in Indianapolis? We breakdown day two of the Combine.

Combine Day 1 Results: Robinson, Lewan impress

Auburn's Greg Robinson and Michigan's Taylor Lewan impressive in individual workouts on the first day of the NFL Scouting Combine.

2014 NFL Combine drills explained

Each drill the athletes in attendance at the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine will participate in and what scouts are looking for when reviewing them.

Khalil Mack is the best defensive player available

Big words backed up by an outstanding prospect, regardless of the size of his school.

Terrence Brooks a rangy and athletic free safety

Terrence Brooks shows great range and athleticism, and could transition quite well into the free safety position in the NFL.

Steelers seven-round mock draft

The Steelers aggressively add to their defense in the first two rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft. Here's a look at all seven rounds, including estimates on compensatory picks.

Who to watch in the 2014 Senior Bowl

After a week of practice the top rated Senior players are about to compete on the football field. Prospects have risen greatly due to their play in this game and it will likely be no different today.

Jordan Matthews is not a one trick pony

The Vanderbilt production machine is far from a one trick pony; his height is absolutely an asset but his ability to run after the catch makes him an excellent prospect for the Steelers' offense.

Senior Bowl Day 2 recap

Ups for Aaron Donald, downs for A.J. McCarron, how did Ra'Shede Hageman do?

C.J. Mosley smart and athletic, will be high pick

A review of film on Alabama linebacker C.J. Mosley shows a well-prepared and highly intelligent football player.

Mike Evans locates ball well, limited route runner

Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans has excellent natural skills in terms of locating the ball and catching it at its highest point. How he'll translate those skills, as well as improve on mediocre route-running, in the NFL will make the difference.

Dennard a good, not great, cornerback

In 2013 the Steelers secondary wasn't as good as it had been in the past. The once underrated Ike Taylor was beat more than his fair share. To add to the trouble the AFC North has two high-level receivers. Selecting a cornerback may be a smart move.

NFL Draft: Players to watch in today's Bowl games

The Bowl Season kicks off today, here is a list and breakdowns of players to keep an eye on in those games.

Steelers Film Room: Quick passing key to success

Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley tailored a game plan largely based in quick passes, and the Steelers' offense had a good deal of success against Cleveland. They may have even left a play or two on the field.

Steelers Film Room: Breaking down the No Huddle

The Steelers' offense had their highest scoring game of the year. Pittsburgh also saw the fewest allowed sacks and highest QB rating this season. The biggest change was the utilization of the no huddle offense. We break down the No Huddle offense.

LeBeau indirectly responsible for offensive woes


Decisions made against the high-powered Patriots offense in 2011 helped defenses learn a way to stifle the Steelers offense in the future.

Steelers Film Room: Back-up OL come up short

The Steelers had to replace three offensive linemen during a Week 8 loss to the Raiders. It had a detrimental effect on their running game, to put it mildly.

Steelers film room: Bell, DeCastro revive the run

In his first ever Ravens game, David DeCastro showed a performance worthy of the pre-draft hype that surrounded him. Not to be out done, Le'Veon Bell looked strong as a runner. We breakdown how...

Steelers Film Room: Beachum's first start at LT


How did Kelvin Beachum do in his first action in place of Mike Adams?

2014 NFL Draft: Prospects stock watch

A "yes" on Jake Matthews, and an "avoid" Allen Robinson as the college football season hits its halfway point this weekend.

Steelers Film Room: Mike Adams lost in the details

Breaking down Steelers left tackle Mike Adams shows several reasons why the Steelers pulled off a trade for a new starter.

Steelers Film Room: Pulling David DeCastro

The Steelers second-year right guard is a beast in space.

Steelers Film Room: Questioning benching Gilbert

It didn't seem like Steelers right tackle Marcus Gilbert should have been benched, but judging by his performance upon his return to the field, he should hold onto his job in Week 4.

Steelers film room: Splash plays are coming on D

The Steelers are now 0-2 and have failed to make splash plays on the defense. Against the Bengals Pittsburgh failed to register a single sack the entire game. Is this the new norm for the Steelers?

Steelers Film Room: Breaking down Velasco

The Steelers got an above-average center when they signed former Titans C Fernando Velasco to replace Maurkice Pouncey. Looking at him on film, he'll be an asset in the Steelers' zone running scheme.

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