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2014 NFL Draft

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Everything you need to know about Dri Archer

Steelers select MAC speed demon Dri Archer with 97th overall pick in 2014 NFL Draft.

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Everything you need to know about Martavis Bryant

The Steelers select tall Clemson WR Martavis Bryant with the 118th overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft.

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Everything you need to know about 5th-7th rounders

The Steelers finally selected a cornerback(!) in Shaquille Richardson, then followed it up with offensive lineman Wesley Johnson, linebacker Jordan Zumwalt, defensive tackle Daniel McCullers, and tight end Rob Blanchflower.

Grade the Steelers' 2014 NFL Draft class

Sound off after three days of ups and downs that resulted in 19 new players being added to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Vote in the poll and sound off below.

Crichton says Steelers told him he was their pick

Apparently, a medical issue surfaced, forcing the Oregon State defensive end into the third round, where the Vikings scooped him up, 27 picks after the Steelers grabbed Stephon Tuitt.

Packers had eyes on Shazier in NFL Draft

It wasn't just Dallas who wanted the guy the Steelers selected with the 15th pick. According to a report, the Packers wanted Shazier to hunt down 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick.

2014 Supplemental Draft at 1 p.m. ET

The Supplemental Draft means next-to-nothing for the Steelers, but in case it's relevant today, here's a list of the prospects eligible.

Steelers sign Tuitt to four-year deal

All nine of the Steelers draft picks are now under contract.

The cost of signing the 2014 draft class

While the Steelers might be cap strapped right now a look at how much cap space it will take to sign the upcoming draft class.

Ben 'upset' initially over Steelers draft

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger "got caught up" in media opinion surrounding the Steelers' 2014 draft, and was upset about it. according to a recent report.

Shazier wasn't going to attend draft

It wasn't until he managed to get Ohio State coach Urban Meyer to attend his first draft that Shazier decided to be present May 8.

One other pick from 2014 draft used for speed

The Steelers used picks from the 2014 draft to select two players who ran sub-4.4 40s, weigh well over 200 pounds (Thomas is listed at 217 and Shazier weighed in at 237 at the Combine) and both play in the back seven on the defensive side of the ball

Evaluating the 2014 Steelers Draft, Part III

in which Momma examines our second-round pick, and gives you all an opportunity to join her in something even more important...

Countdown to the Draft video part II

In the second part of the Steelers' Countdown to the Draft video series, you learn what the 'vision' is in regards to the organization's view of potential draftees.

Athletes added on defense is at least a start

Gerry Dulac of the Post Gazette met with Bleacher Report's Adam Lefkoe to discuss the impact of the defensive athletic playmakers the Steelers added in free agency and the draft.

Evaluating the Steelers Draft, Part II

...in which Momma looks for flaws in the Steelers' 2014 draft picks, hoping not to find any. Instead she finds the material for a rant...

Archer can't be Rainey 2.0 for the Steelers

Steelers' offensive coordinator, Todd Haley, has always desired a "skat" back, and Dri Archer is his second attempt with infusing one into the offense.

Evaluating the Steelers 2014 Draft, Part I

...in terms of Best-Looking Fastest Player Available...

Steelers sign McCullers, Blanchflower

The Steelers won't wait until June 2 to sign a few members of their 2014 NFL Draft class.

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BTSC On Demand: Jeff Hartman joins Speaking on Sports

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BTSC writer Jeff Hartman joins the crew on Speaking on Sports to discuss the draft and what's next for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Wesley Johnson was born into Steeler Nation

Steelers fifth round pick Wesley Johnson grew up hearing all about the Steelers from his season ticket-holding grandfather.

5 Burning Questions on the Steelers

How much did the Steelers miss their 3rd round pick? Is getting 3 starters out of a draft "good enough." Do the Steelers have the inhouse bandwidth to justify not drafting a corner for so long? Answer these & other Burning Questions on the Steelers

Foster and Beachum great examples for Johnson

Tackle Wesley Johnson comes to the Steelers as a lower round pick with a less than impressive draft profile. However, Ramon Foster and Kelvin Beachum came to Pittsburgh with much the same credentials and are now starting along the offensive line.

Colbert interested in more than just speed

Getting the Steelers' crop of speedy draft picks on the field when their ability matches their speed is the key to this draft. Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert is more interested to see them develop, not just run.

Tomlin's Run and Hit Linebackers becoming standard

It used to be the 250-pound linebacker vs. the equal weight fullback. Now, the lighter, athletic linebackers are being employed to counter four receiver offenses. Mike Tomlin's Run and Hit Linebackers are becoming the standard.

Steelers Film Room: Bryant's wonderful upside

Steelers Film room examines the talented receiver from Clemson.

Martavis Bryant looks like a new Chris Henry

It's probably somewhat taboo to bring up a comparison to the late Bengals receiver, and the comparison is in physical ability, nothing else. Henry was growing into a top-level deep threat at the time of his death.

Tuitt inspired by Steelers Super Bowls

He was a senior in college the last time the Steelers played in a Super Bowl, but he knows the sting of falling short, just as the Steelers did in February, 2011.

Archer over Mack? In 2009, yes

Raiders outside linebacker Khalil Mack was the fifth overall pick in the 2014 draft, he and Dri Archer used to be roughly at the same spot in the eyes of recruiters in the state of Florida.

Why Tuitt fell to Steelers

After a standout 2012 campaign, an unfortunate turn of events led to a slow start for Stephon Tuitt in 2013. Once thought of as a first round choice, the Steelers gladly snatched Tuitt up with the 46th overall pick in the second round.

AFC North returning to smashmouth roots

It's so 2005, but the entire AFC North made running the ball and stopping the run a priority this offseason. That culminated in run-centric drafts to various degrees for all four teams.

Peter King: "it's hard not to like" Steelers draft

Veteran NFL reporter Peter King summarizes the Steelers' first four picks succinctly and positively in his post-draft review.

Steelers 'planned to select' Gilbert or Beckham

NFL.com reported the Steelers would have taken Justin Gilbert or Odell Beckham if either were available. The Steelers didn't likely have Ryan Shazier as the best player in the draft, so it isn't unreasonable to think other players were rated higher.

Josh Mauro tabbed as one of the best FA selections

The Steelers addressed their defensive line needs both during and after the NFL draft this past weekend. Josh Mauro, their free agent signing out of Stanford, is receiving high marks from NFL Network.

McShay can't pick one favorite from Steelers class

Admitting to breaking his own rules, ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay selects two players as his favorites of the Steelers 2014 draft class.

Steelers depth chart: Impact of Day 3 picks

The Steelers established their inside linebacker position as one to watch in terms of training camp competition. Along with that, the Steelers may have some Day 3 draft picks who see the field in 2014.