2014 Steelers Minicamp
The Pittsburgh Steelers need as many practice days as they can get, and Mike Tomlin isn't going to let a little rain get in the way of his team practicing.
The Steelers utilized their no huddle offense over the second half of the season to a good level of success. One of the issues with it was it was only done with a certain package of players. The Steelers are looking to expand the amount of personnel.
Steelers right tackle Marcus Gilbert is preparing himself for the final year of his rookie contract. His latest offensive line coach, Mike Munchak, says he's asking them to do some different things, but doesn't expect overnight change.
The details on what to expect from the Steelers' 2014 minicamp, beginning today in Pittsburgh.
It's a high-price game of chicken; the Steelers can offer him a reasonable market value and risk Worilds not being able to back up his performance over the second half of last year, or they can stay put and hope he performs well in 2014.
The Division II undrafted free agent has a chance to show, minus the pads, the pure athleticism that made him attractive to multiple suitors in UDFA. What they didn't see in game film, though, is the added weight the undrafted chip on his shoulder.