— Alan Robinson (@arobinson_Trib) March 23, 2014
It'd be best to not read too deeply into this, but it's worth using it as a basis to gauge exactly where the Steelers stand after the first two weeks of free agency.
The Steelers have draft picks in Rounds 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7. They can expect to get at least three picks via compensation (speculation on where those picks will be is always a fun activity). All told, if Tomlin is holding true to an addition of 10 players via free agency and the draft, he's referring to one more free agent signing or one more compensatory pick being awarded.
Those picks are expected to be announced at some point during the league meetings underway in Orlando.
Tomlin said the team is looking to add another experienced running back to go behind Le'Veon Bell, the team's featured back.