PITTSBURGH (AP) – The Pittsburgh Steelers understand it’s going to take more than nine college players to address the surging number of needs on a roster in the midst of an unusual amount of transition.
Still, over the course of three days, the Steelers believe they’re off to a solid start.READ MORE: Cold And Flu Season Meets COVID-19: Keeping Your Immune System Strong
Pittsburgh bolstered depth concerns on both sides of the ball in the final four rounds of the NFL Draft on Saturday to give an aging roster an influx of much-needed young talent.
“We’ve done it the way we’ve always done it,” coach Mike Tomlin said. “It just so happened that particularly early in draft, the guys in the highest position on our board were in positions where we needed to add.”
Laundry Jones on the draft: