Former Heisman Trophy winner and Super Bowl champion Reggie Bush says Steelers rookie can be 'just as good as Le'Veon Bell, if not better.'
Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly spoke about the Steelers' Chase Claypool with media, focusing on his former receiver's character.
The first thing you notice about Dotson's game is his raw strength at the point of attack.
Anthony McFarland is a change of pace from the standard style of running back the Steelers have drafted in years past. Here's how that could be very good.
Maryland's Anthony McFarland, the Steelers' fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, might be able to help in a hurry.
The Steelers addressed one of the primary depth concerns on their roster by selecting edge rusher Alex Highsmith in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Alex Highsmith's 92-year-old grandma couldn't contain her excitement during hte draft. Watch her dance after the Steelers' pick right here.
It's easy to get caught up in what others are doing in the NFL Draft when your team doesn't have a lot of picks.
New Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool is tough as nails and plays with a chip on his very big shoulder.
The Steelers had six picks in the 2020 NFL Draft. Here's what they did with them, starting with wide reciever Chase Claypool in Round 2.
Typically a team that likes to draft underclassmen early, the Steelers colored outside the lines in 2020 and went for older players.
Hey, there's an NFL Draft at hand, and we're all over it!
The Steelers concluded their 2020 NFL Draft in Round 7, potentially finding their Javon Hargrave replacement at nose tackle in Carlos Davis.
The Steelers took a second Maryland player on Day 3 of the draft, taking hybrid player Antoine Brooks.
The Steelers rolled on in Round 4 of the 2020 NFL Draft, selecting guard Kevin Dotson, a lifelong Steelers fan. Here's what we know about him.
After passing on running backs on Day 2 of the NFL Draft, the Steelers grab one in the fourth round in Maryland's Anthony McFarland.
The Steelers' offense got bigger, stronger and more capable of scoring touchdowns with the drafting of Notre Dame wide receiver Chase Claypool.
Claypool was a touchdown machine in 2019 with 13 in as many games to go along with 66 catches for 1037 yards. His size made him difficult for smaller cornerbacks...