LATROBE, Pa. -- When Mike Munchak left the Steelers in the offseason there was reasonable concern over the future of the offensive line. When he arrived in 2014, the line was young but inconsistent and struggled against big opponents. But in his five years with the team he had multiple All-Pro players and developed several undrafted players into reliable starters.
Munchak's replacement, Shaun Sarrett, has been with the Steelers for seven years and is working to keep business as usual on what's become the most consistent group on the team. But can Sarrett continue the Steelers' production of good depth within the offensive line? Our Dale Lolley wrote back in January about Sarrett's connection with the players, which has the arrow pointing up for the future of the line.
Let's look at some of the players the Steelers know they can rely on, and some who will be looking to prove themselves against the Buccaneers Friday night: