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Tracking the 2014 NFL Draft - Potential Offensive Playmakers

As I said in my first 2014 draft, I believe we need to find multiple playmakers, regardless of side of the ball or position. Today I will look at some offensive playmakers who could be available in...

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Tracking the 2014 NFL Draft

Hey all. I finally have time after about a 5 month layoff to start posting on the board again. Finally all settled in at Boston College and have found a couple hours a week in my schedule to start...

Jones and Bell headline Steelers draft class

The Draft is over and it is time to break down the Steelers work. This years class focused on filling needs with individuals who were leaders in college and they selected all but one of their players from big name schools.

Reasons why Steelers passed on Floyd

Earlier today, Floyd was being mocked by experts anywhere from the third overall pick to the ninth pick in the draft. Why did he fall past the Steelers and all the way to 23?

Wheaton among mid round receiver options

The middle rounds of this draft are loaded with wide receivers who can come in and make an impact right away. They all have their own distinct skill sets and could all help the Steelers in different ways.

Larry Foote re-signs with the Steelers

The Steelers and Larry Foote have reached an agreement on a multi-year contract just hours after rumors swirled that he would be heading to Arizona.

Five offensive linemen in top 20 of draft class

This year's draft is loaded with elite offensive linemen, featuring five in the top twenty prospects in the class. Luke Joeckel and Chance Warmack are one and two in the class while Eric Fisher checks in at number four.

2013 Mock Draft: Steelers get defensive in Round 1

Pittsburgh can't pass on the potential value of an edge rusher who may have under-performed at the Combine.

NFL Combine Results: RBs and WRs

The NFL Combine always gets people excited and a ton of people watched as Tavon Austin and Marquise Goodwin nearly broke Chris Johnson's 40 yard dash record.

Winners and Losers of the 2013 NFL Combine

The Combine has come and gone and now it is time to adjust the draft boards. Some players stood out for good things while other players stood out for bad things. The "Under Armour Olympics" will have a big effect on the draft position of some players

NFL Combine Results: Geno Smith the draft's top QB

A quarterbacks stock typically is not effected to much at the combine and this year was no different. Some QBs did little things to improve or hurt their stock but nothing drastic happened.

To trade up or trade down? That is the question

Every year, Steelers fans decide to play GM and try and trade down or up in the draft. Typically, the Steelers stay put and just pick the best player available but this post is going to show you what to expect if the Steelers decide to make a trade.

Mock Draft: A run on QBs should be expected

Every year it seems to happen. Teams picking early in the draft reach for QB prospects and then great players fall to teams who snatch them up. In this scenario, Barkley, Wilson, and Glennon all go in the top 10 and Mingo, Ansah, and Banks fall.

Ansah and Hankins picked by Kiper and McShay

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Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, ESPNs two draft "experts", updated their mock drafts recently and both had the Steelers drafting on the defensive side of the ball. Kiper gave the Steelers Ansah for the second straight time while McShay gave them Hankins.

Joeckel, Warmack headline top 150

Judging by where the prospects in this top 150 come from, it is clear that this draft is strong at positions like offensive tackle, defensive tackle and end, safety, and cornerback while weak at quarterback and lacks depth at outside linebacker.

Steelers recent draft trends

How many times have the Steelers double-dipped at one position? How many juniors have they drafted over seniors? We dig into those trends and more.

Post-Senior Bowl Mock Draft

The top of the NFL Draft this year is still very unsettled, with no clear cut candidate for the first pick. This time, I have Geno Smith of West Virginia going first overall because of his position. However, I am still unsettled with that choice.

Datone Jones stock is going to soar

Jones came into the Senior Bowl with a third round grade by many pundits but will likely go in the top 50 come April's draft. He has shown the ability to dominate the top linemen in the class and could be the best 3-4 defensive end in the draft.

Senior Bowl: Who impressed on Day 2?

Eric Fisher and Datone Jones had plenty of hype coming into the week, but so far, both have exceeded their expectations. Fisher has looked like the top tackle in the draft and Jones has the looks of a first round defensive end.

Dion Jordan picked first in Steelers mock draft

With Jordan falling to 17, the Steelers waste no time making their choice. They continue to pick defense in rounds two through four before taking two under the radar prospects at receiver and running back in rounds five and six.

Senior Bowl 2013: Who to watch for

The Senior Bowl is the last chance for draft prospects to show what they have in a game setting. This year, the game will feature several top quarterback prospects along with great talent along both the offensive and defensive lines.

Greene, Eifert, and Rhodes are first round options

The Steelers have been mocked outside linebackers throughout the early draft process but a name that has not come up is Rutgers star Khaseem Greene. He would provide a versatile linebacker who can play in both 3 and 4 down linemen sets used by Pitt.

Colin Klein disappoints so far at Shrine game

Colin Klein was the most hyped player to coming into this week, but so far he has struggled. He has looked better each of the past two days but so far, this week has hurt his stock. Other quarterbacks like Matt Scott and Colby Cameron have impressed.

Kiper mocks Ansah to Steelers

Ezekiel Ansah is an intriguing prospect because of his athleticism and size combination. He has good pass rushing ability all ready but is more of a 4-3 defensive end. However, despite the Steelers 3-4 base defense, Lebau would be able to use him.

2013 NFL Draft: Depth at safety shows options

This year's safety class is the best and deepest one in a long time. There are anywhere from three to five possible first round picks and five to seven more options that could go in the second and third rounds. Kenny Vaccaro headlines the class.

Luke Joeckel headlines top 60 prospects

This years draft features eight elite prospects, followed by 30 other players worthy of being first round selections. There are no elite quarterbacks but plenty of prospects that could become good players. The defensive line class if very strong.

Three running backs highlight one round mock draft

With the 2013 NFL Draft approaching in April, it is time to start mocking. As of now, Geno Smith is the top choice but that is still subject to change. Chance Warmack goes number 11 despite being a guard and Manti Te'o falls all the way to the Ravens

Keenan Allen first pick in new Steelers mock

With the 2013 NFL Draft rapidly approaching, it is time to start looking at what the Steelers options are likely to be in each round. In this scenario, Keenan Allen was the first round pick while Jesse Williams fell to the Steelers in round two.

Redrafting the 2008 NFL Draft

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The 2008 draft started off well, with four good picks in a row but quickly went downhill after that. It was truly a challenge to find 32 players worthy of going in the first round and most of the teams failed miserably on their first round picks.

Can the Steelers replace Mendenhall and Rainey?

The Steelers will be replacing Mendenhall and Rainey this year and they will look to the NFL draft to do that. Their are not many great returning backs in this draft but their are plenty of great backs to replace Mendenhall.

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