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Pittsburgh Steelers Went by the Book in the 2013 NFL Draft

Just call him Broadway Jarvis. Already immortalized with food artwork in his likeness at a Subway in Manhattan, Jarvis Jones made the Namath-like prediction that he wouldn’t get past the Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft, according to NFL.com. The Steelers had the No. 17 pick, and that’s exactly when …

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 Draft: Predicting the Steelers First-Round Board (Part II)

Previously, we discussed the 12 players worthy of being drafted with the No. 17 pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2013 NFL draft. Now let’s look at seven more players the Steelers could take in the first round, but only if they trade down from No. 17. These players come with some questions, so …

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Pittsburgh Steelers 2013 Draft: Predicting the Steelers’ First-Round Board (Part I)

Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said Monday, via Steel City Insider, that the Steelers probably won’t be trading up from the No. 17 pick in the first round of the 2013 NFL draft. Tell us something we don’t know. The real question is whether the Steelers will trade down in the first round. As …

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The Future Of The Defensive Line Will Be More Clear After The Draft

Although the Pittsburgh Steelers have spent two first round picks in recent years on defensive linemen in Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward, there is a ton of uncertainty going forward on the defensive line. I have suggested that the team could draft another defensive lineman early in the 2013 NFL Draft and have mostly gotten …

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Patriots Would Be Doing Them a Favor by Taking Emmanuel Sanders

Maybe Bill Belichick has a conscience after all. Perhaps he feels guilty about stealing the Steelers’ signals during the 2004 AFC Championship Game at Heinz Field. How else can you explain the Patriots’ willingness to send the Steelers a third-round draft pick for Emmanuel Sanders? Unless the devious Patriots laced Sanders’ drinking water with Randy …

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Losing Emmanuel Sanders Doesn’t Guarantee A First Round Receiver For The Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers have already lost Mike Wallace to the Miami Dolphins this offseason and now it is more than likely they will lose Emmanuel Sanders. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New England Patriots signed Sanders to an offer sheet of one year and 2.5 million dollars. The Steelers have the opportunity to match …

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Pittsburgh Steelers: A Look at the Five Fastest Wide Receivers in the 2013 NFL Draft

It’s been established in this space that if Tennessee wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson is available, the Pittsburgh Steelers should select him with the No. 17 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. But what if Patterson is gone by the time the Steelers pick? What if they pick an outside linebacker or a running back instead? …

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The Steelers’ Draft Will Give Perspective On Jason Worilds’ Future With Team

The release of veteran James Harrison has been debated and well documented all offseason with fans’ opinion on the situation pretty much split. The one thing that is certain is that Harrison is not going to be back for the 2013 season and Jason Worilds will have his shot at the starting job. Although I …

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Cordarrelle Patterson is Worth Taking with the No. 17 Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft

If the Pittsburgh Steelers don’t take a wide receiver in the 2013 NFL Draft, Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert should demoted to hot dog vendors at Heinz Field. Mike Wallace is now a Dolphin swimming in money, and the Steelers are left with Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders as their only remaining receivers who have …

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The Steelers Could Still Go Offensive Line In The First Round

For most of the offseason I have been talking about the Pittsburgh Steelers improving the offensive line in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft by selecting North Carolina’s Jonathan Cooper. Not everyone disagreed with me however, most did not really like the idea of the Steelers taking another offensive linemen within the first …

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