2014 Steelers OTAs
Steelers offensive line coach counts on the development of offensive linemen over the first three years of their careers. Since the majority of the Steelers' starters are in that age range, Munchak expects the best days this line will have start now.
The Steelers' likely candidate for Team Badass continued his impressive streak of practice time fights with his teammates, and welcomed Pittsburgh's rookie fifth round pick to the team.
Injuries are in Vic So'oto's past...hopefully. If they are, the Steelers may have found a solid back-up and special teams contributor in OLB Vic So'oto.
Landry Jones struggled with adjusting to the differences in playing quarterback in college and playing quarterback in the NFL. He continues to work in the off-seson, but still has a long way to go untill he starts to climb the Steelers depth chart.
Steelers second year man Vince Williams may not possess the credentials of rookie first rounder Ryan Shazier, and he may not be the feel-good story of Sean Spence, but of the three young inside linebackers, he's the only one with NFL experience.
Steelers fullback Will Johnson suffered a sprained ankle Wednesday and won't be back the rest of the week.