Four months after a third devastating injury, T.J. Watt got called into Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst's office.
The Steelers addressed their most dire need with their first pick in the NFL Draft on Thursday night when they selected T.J. Watt.
The inside linebacker pool of talent in this draft class is not deep enough for the Steelers to wait until the middle rounds to address the position should they seek...
This was supposed to be the year where, finally, we could stop beseeching the Steelers to target a corner. But honestly, I'm not certain that should be the case.
The previous safety we studied was more of a backed-off center fielder in Utah’s Marcus Williams, so let’s provide some contrast with one of the faster safeties that can seemingly play...
While the Steelers consider their options available in the later parts in rounds they have to factor in the possibility of having to look at positions on defense that don’t...
Arguably the position which the Steelers will address the least with the draft and free agency following their selections will be on the offensive line.
One of the positions the Steelers probably won't pay much attention to in this draft class is tight end.
The departure of Markus Wheaton changes the dynamic of the receiving corps for the Steelers.
Quarterbacks with size, mobility and decent arm strength are often looked at by scouts. But with the more faster and more complex level of competition at the NFL level, it’s...
While the Steelers are not expected to spend one of their first two or even three picks in the upcoming NFL draft on the running back position, their decision to...
The Steelers hosted two more wide receivers, two more cornerbacks and a safety for pre-draft visits Thursday at Rooney Sports Complex.
While the Steelers do have concerns on the defensive side of the ball, they must also draft to add depth at quarterback.
The Steelers' need for an edge rusher leans more toward wanting an outside linebacker of the stronger variety who could set the edge and overpower tackles.
One of the more talked about players in the 2017 NFL draft class who isn't a first round lock is the outside linebacker from Wisconsin, T. J. Watt.
We continue our study of the 2017 crop of edge rushers leading up to the NFL draft with college tape of the standout edge rusher from Temple, Haason Reddick.
McKinley's speed would be welcomed onto the Steelers' roster, but a lot of work would be needed before he became the full-time starter.
The vacancy left by Lawrence Timmons opened up a new draft need for a team that already had a strong priority at finding a premier edge rusher.
As we continue our search through the 2017 NFL draft class for the best pass rushers available to the Steelers, we turn our focus to Alabama's Tim Williams.
The Steelers have a questionable need for an extra cornerback that draws questions about how to add to their current group.
Now that the NFL Scouting Combine is finally over, we can begin our in-depth analysis of the various draft candidates for the Steelers.
The Penguins are in the middle of their bid to repeat as champions. The Pirates are beginning spring training. The Steelers’ front office is preparing for the NFL Combine.
Never again let it be spoken, least of all by Mike Tomlin and/or Kevin Colbert, that the Steelers don't draft for need.
While no one was looking, the Steelers' Dri Archer climbed to No. 5 on the NFL's list of most productive kick returners.
Maybe my problem is that I think more of the Steelers' chances in 2015 than they do. Honestly, that could be it.