In third round, what else? Wide receiver, corner


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Diontae Johnson -- TOLEDO

After sitting out the second round early Friday evening, the Steelers finally made their first pick of the second day of the NFL Draft, using the first of two selections they acquired from the Raiders for Antonio Brown.

Perhaps not ironically, they acquired a player with the 66th pick who draws a lot of comparisons to Brown, Toledo receiver Diontae Johnson. The team then selected Michigan State's Justin Layne, a big receiver turned cornerback, with their second third-round pick, which was 83rd overall.

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