Steelers get a pleasant surprise at pick 49, fill needs throughout the rest of this mock draft.
Roger Goodell told NFL teams via a memo today the league is sticking with its plans to hold the draft April 23-25.
Kevin Colbert said the Steelers are moving forward with their draft plans as scheduled, depsite the constraints of working from home.
Despite some general managers wanting to move the draft back, the NFL is sticking with its April 23 start date.
Don't expect to attend this year's NFL Draft. The even could be fan free as the league reacts to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The NFL has reportedly informed Las Vegas the 2020 draft won't be a huge event. But that doesn't mean there won't be a draft.
Tee Higgins had a so-so workout at his on-campus workout Thursday. That could be good news for the Steelers.
The Steelers have four of the top 135 picks in the upcoming draft per the NFL.
With the NFL Scouting Combine now behind us, it's time again to take a look at what the Steelers could do in the draft.
With the offseason now upon us, it's time to start doing mock drafts. In this one, the Steelers bolster their running game.
The Steelers won't have a pick in the first round, but they do have some draft capital after a busy year of trading.
Isaiah Buggs graded low in the NFL combine and was selected in by the Steelers in the sixth round. Can he beat out Dan McCullers?
Although James Conner had a very good season, the Steelers knew they needed a boost at running back to balance the offense and Benny Snell of Kentucky was the answer in the fourth round.
Justin Layne has some good natural skills at cornerback that made him successful at Michigan State. But can that translate in the NFL?
The Steelers' drafted Diontae Johnson with in the third round and were excited to get him. Let's review why his skills could translate to the NFL faster than others.
Steelers keep their close connection to the MAC alive in the 2019 NFL Draft with three more selections from that conference.
P.J. Locke, a 31-game starter at the University of Texas, was signed as an undrafted free agent Monday, the Steelers announced.
The Steelers continue their shift toward players with strong football bloodlines and sub-package ability in the 2019 NFL Draft.