Joe Kruger

Pittsburgh Steelers #65 - Defensive End

  • Born: 06/04/92
  • Age: 29
  • Height: 6'6"
  • Weight: 287
  • Seasons: 2013

7-round Jets mock draft using selections from the 2010s


Looking back at the composite results of drafts from the past is a great way to get an idea of how much value a team can expect to get out of its picks. In this seven-round Jets mock, I will be...

Who’s landed at the Patriots’ 2020 compensatory draft slots over the past decade?


Revisiting 10 years of prospects taken at Nos. 98, 100, 212 and 213 overall.

Bills player comparisons, projections for 2019 draftees


The best, worst, and "average" projection for each of the Bills’ draft choices.

History of the 212th overall pick in the NFL Draft


This is the second time the 49ers have held it in their draft history.

Utah Football Alumni NFL Recap


The NFL season kicks off this week. Where will Utah alumni in the NFL be playing?

Tuitt's injury will test depth along DLine

The Pittsburgh Steelers saw a number of injuries in their last preseason game against the Green Bay Packers, and one of those was to DE Stephon Tuitt. Tuitt's injury will answer the questions...

Steelers place Geathers on IR, sign DE Joe Okafor

The Pittsburgh Steelers continue to juggle their roster and are forced to place DE Clifton Geathers on Injured Reserve.

Steelers defense: Top training camp battles

The Steelers defense is a unit in transition with many positions up in the air. Who will make the final 53 on the defensive side of the ball?

Steelers Training Camp Preview: The Defensive Line

The defensive line starters are the only ones on the defense that are pretty much locked in heading into camp. But they have a lot -- a whole lot -- of guys from which to find their depth.

LT Walton: Next great 6th Rd pick from Central MI?

Leterrius "L.T." Walton comes to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 6th round of the 2015 NFL Draft from Central Michigan. Very similar to another Steelers player drafted from the same school in the...

Nasty up front (Pt.1): PIT DL could be dominant

Pittsburgh's front seven has been transformed over the last few years into a young, athletic unit. In 2015, they have the potential for greatness -- but can that potential be realized?