For Mike Tomlin, this offseason was about teaching and creating the right culture and environment with this year’s team.
Today was the first day of Steelers Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and it was the first chance Ben Roethlisberger and new quarterback Mason Rudolph had a chance to spend some time together.
The Steelers have a big void in the middle of the field ever since Ryan Shazier was injured last season.
The Steelers have a hole to fill in the secondary after letting safety Mike Mitchell go this off season.
The Steelers have the best running back in the NFL, but Le’Veon Bell might not be in Pittsburgh too much longer.
The Steelers might have the most explosive wide receiver core in the NFL.
Don’t be surprised if the Steelers go with an edge rusher in the first couple rounds.
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ strength is their offense. The Steel Curtain is long gone, but it is something they hope to bring back someday in the near future.
The Steelers have been keeping tabs on a couple tight ends that could go high in the draft, including another Penn State guy.
The Pittsburgh Steelers always look for the best available athlete, but that hasn’t been an offensive lineman three of the last five years.
The Steelers won’t draft a kicker or punter this year, but a return guy isn’t out of the question.
Jeff Capel said all the right things on Wednesday after he was introduced as Pitt’s new head basketball coach.
Ryan Shazier served as one of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ scouts during Pitt’s Pro Day.
Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Matt Murray practiced again and could play Tuesday in New York against the Islanders.
Who is the right fit for Pitt? That is one of the big questions right now.