A made for TV event for more than a decade, the NFL Draft is moving to prime time.
Training camp is getting closer; can you feel it? It won’t be long thereafter that we’ll see some preseason games. Soon we’ll begin to see how the Steelers fared on draft day. Of course, the full result won’t be known for a few years, but an idea about potential can begin to form.
As the offensive linemen most people had the Steelers targeting flew off the board, the Steelers stood their ground and, one must assume, stayed true to their board.
Greet. It is draftings for Player to the profession. Come end week we sit waiting, observe the player people is waiting picks.
This will be revised one final time. I don’t necessarily agree with the NFLDS rankings, but they offer a framework. IMO, Gilbert is a late-R1, although Larry Zierlein’s son Lance, who blogs for the Texans and seems to have a…
How much can change in one off season where the coaching staff remains the same, only a couple of players leave and only one low-tier free agent signs? Hopefully much because the status quo usually doesn’t get it done in the NFL.
Fans have little choice but to speculate. Will the offensive line remain unchanged? Do the Steelers dare ignore their aging defensive line?