As the Steelers and the rest of the league gear up for the NFL Scouting Combine next week in Indianapolis, here's a look at how the draft could go.
With the NFL's announcement of its compensatory picks, the Steelers' draft order is set -- pending the trade of Antonio Brown.
The Steelers pride themselves on building through the draft, but their efforts from 2012-2016 leave plenty of room for improvement.
The NFL released the 2019 Draft order, and the Steelers own their highest pick in years.
Starting with David DeCastro and ending with Kelvin Beachum, the Steelers had some success in the 2012 draft. But they also had some misses.
Mason Rudolph's arm strength has been questioned in regards how he will progress into the NFL. We go to the film room to examine the question.
The Steelers did add to their offensive line during the NFL draft. But was the pick a player that will pan out? We take a look at Chukwuma Okorafor.
Terrell Edmunds showed he could make tackles in run support, but Carter's Classroom digs into where he'll need to grow in that aspect for the Steelers.
The Steelers spent a fifth round pick on a versatile running back that could find himself playing several roles in North Carolina State's Jaylen Samuels.
The Steelers got a true big hitting safety with one of their fifth round picks in Marcus Allen. We show some insight into how Allen made a name for himself...
The Steelers have plenty of reasons to be excited about the prospect of Mason Rudolph as a franchise quarterback. But there will be plenty of places for the rookie quarterback...
Forget all of the other picks, this draft for the Steelers will hinge on the future of the pick who likely won't suit up this season, Mason Rudolph.
Despite the appearance of not adding a lot of help for 2018, Steelers insist they are in it to win it this season.
Mason Rudolph could be the future replacement for Ben Roethlisberger, and might also be the kind of escape artists Ben Roethlisberger was in his young days. We dive into his...
The Steelers signed 13 rookie free agents immediately following the completion of the 2018 NFL Draft, including defensive tackle Parker Cothren from Penn State and receiver/return specialist Quadree Henderson of...
Penn State was the buzz of the NFL Scouting Combine and during the course of the 2018 NFL Draft the Nittany Lions continued to roll.
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.