Penn State's start to the third day of the NFL Draft got going in a big way as Troy Apke's speed helped him catapult into the fourth round.
Two days into the 2018 NFL Draft, the Steelers have taken a safety, receiver, quarterback and offensive tackle.
The Steelers made their second-round pick to be James Washington, wide receiver from Oklahoma State.
The Steelers used all three of their picks in Friday's second and third rounds on offensive players, grabbing Oklahoma State's pitch-and-catch duo of James Washington at receiver and quarterback Mason...
Former Penn State tight end Mike Gesicki didn't have to wait long during the second day of the NFL Draft to hear his name called.
Family matters for new Steelers' first-round draft pick Terrell Edmunds.
The Steelers selected safety Terrell Edmunds of Virginia Tech with their first pick of the 2018 draft. We take a look at his college tape.
The Steelers surprisingly selected Virginia Tech safety Terrell Edmunds in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft Thursday night.
The moment of the draft came when Ryan Shazier walked out onto the stage with his fiancée Michelle to announce the Steelers' first-round pick.
Saquon Barkley weaved in and out of radio row as cameras flashed and the Dallas Cowboys faithful looking on from the upper level showered him with jeers.
Chris Carter and Dale Lolley take one final shot at picking the opening round of Thursday's NFL Draft.
Want vs. need vs. best player available offers a big difference when it comes to the Steelers and the NFL Draft.
There were times leading up to the 2000 NFL Draft when LaVar Arrington reminded himself it wouldn't be like this for long.
The Steelers know they can't find another Ryan Shazier in this draft, but they do want to find a player capable of helping them replace the inside linebacker.
If the Steelers are looking at running backs in the middle rounds, one option could be the man that split carries with Alvin Kamara at Tennessee, John Kelly.
With the 28th pick in this year's draft, Kevin Colbert isn't ruling out moving up or down, or finding a replacement for Ben Roethlisberger.
With the contract status of both Bud Dupree and Anthony Chickillo up in the air, the Steelers need to add some talent at outside linebacker.
Steelers beat writer Dale Lolley and NFL analyst Chris Carter provide their insights into what they will think will happen in next week's draft.
Taking a look at the pre-draft visitors hosted by the Steelers can give some insight into what the team is thinking.
Despite signing Morgan Burnett, the Steelers still have a need at safety after the release of Mike Mitchell and Robert Golden.
The Steelers could consider a faster safety that would be available in the middle rounds. If they do, Virginia Tech's Terrell Edmunds would fit the bill perfectly.
Despite not having an obvious need for a cornerback, the value might be there with the 28th pick in the first round of the draft.
With Eli Rogers' situation unsettled and Martavis Bryant set to become a free agent at the end of the season, the Steelers could look to the draft for a receiver.
While different people have their preferences on quarterbacks in the 2018 NFL draft class, Lamar Jackson shines through for several reasons.
A run on offensive linemen in the middle of the first round leaves the Steelers with an interesting pick.
With Le'Veon Bell making $14.54 million and long-term contract negotiations stalled, the Steelers could look to the draft for a running back.