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Author: Brian Harker Team Manager

2018 Pittsburgh Steelers Mock Draft Addresses All Needs

If math is an exact science, mock drafts represent the ultimate inexact science. Half wish-list and all speculation, mock drafts generate a ton of interest in the months leading up to the real thing. Many analysts put out multiple mock drafts in reaction to the Combine and college Pro-Day results. Regardless of how accurate or inaccurate they turn out to be, they feed the anticipation for the real thing. The Pittsburgh Steelers have two main needs heading into the 2018 NFL Draft. This Pittsburgh Steelers mock draft addresses their primary needs at inside linebacker, safety, and a potential need...

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Derrius Guice Would Look Great in the Pittsburgh Steelers Offense

The contract negotiations between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Le’Veon Bell have noticeably eroded, perhaps to the point of no return. Despite a desire by both parties to reach a long term deal this off-season, it isn’t likely to happen. Bell, the most versatile weapon in Randy Fichtner‘s arsenal, could very well be playing his final season in Pittsburgh. The Steelers applied the exclusive rights franchise tag to Bell for a second straight year, committing $14 million to him. They won’t apply the tag to Bell for a third straight season, especially at a cost of roughly $22 million. So what can they...

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Darius Leonard Is a Perfect Fit For The Pittsburgh Steelers

All teams have needs every season, but not every team’s need arises from the loss of a great athletic talent. The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without Ryan Shazier in 2018, and quite possibly forever, and will seek a linebacker with similar traits. Roquan Smith, Rashaan Evans, and Leighton Vander Esch are the top inside linebackers in the draft. Smith is a likely top 15 pick, but Evans and Vander Esch could be available at 28. Assuming they’re not, and the Steelers go linebacker at 28, South Carolina State’s Darius Leonard is more than a consolation prize. Leonard dreamed of going to Clemson like his...

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Pittsburgh Steelers Should Have Marcus Martin On Their Radar

The Pittsburgh Steelers have had plenty of success over the years with finding defensive talent from small schools. From Donnie Shell and Jack Lambert to Greg Lloyd and Javon Hargrave, they unearthed gems that most teams overlooked. The Steelers believe they found promising talent at outside linebacker last year with Keion Adams from Western Michigan. This year’s small school talent pool includes someone from the Steelers own backyard. West Mifflin High School graduate Marcus Martin, a defensive end from Slippery Rock University, should be on the Steelers radar. Why? Because he capped off an amazing college career with a historic senior season. Martin’s senior year proved he belongs...

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