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Projecting the Pittsburgh Steelers 53-man roster

The Steelers report to training camp in less than a week, and it is time to project who will make the team's final 53-man roster when all is said and done.

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With training camp less than a week away for the Pittsburgh Steelers, it is time to take a look at who will and won't make the team's 53-man roster when the preseason wraps up. Take a look and let us know what you think.


Ben Roethlisberger
Bruce Gradkoswki
Tajh Boyd

Wide Receiver:

Antonio Brown
Markus Wheaton
Martavis Bryant
Darrius Heyward-Bey
Sammie Coates

Flex Players:

Dri Archer - RB/WR
Will Johnson - FB/Te

Running Backs:

Le'Veon Bell
DeAngelo Williams
Josh Harris

Tight Ends:

Heath Miller
Matt Spaeth
Jesse James

Offensive Line:

Kelvin Beachum
David DeCastro
Maurkice Pouncey
Ramon Foster
Marcus Gilbert
Mike Adams
Cody Wallace
Chris Hubbard

Defensive Line:

Steve McLendon
Daniel McCullers
Stephon Tuitt
Cameron Heyward
Clifton Geathers
L.T. Walton

Outside Linebacker:

Arthur Moats
Jarvis Jones
James Harrison
Bud Dupree
Shawn Lemon

Inside Linebacker:

Lawrence Timmons
Sean Spence
Ryan Shazier
Vince Williams
Jordan Zumwalt


William Gay
Antwon Blake
Cortez Allen
Senquez Golson
Doran Grant
Kevin Fogg


Mike Mitchell
Shamarko Thomas
Will Allen
Robert Golden


Shaun Suisham
Greg Warren
Jordan Berry

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be focusing on depth in this projection. They are looking to solidify their depth at several key positions such as cornerback, along the offensive and defensive lines as well as throughout their linebacker corps. Versatility is valued with Mike Tomlin, and why several players have roster spots rather than going to the practice squad.

Some difficult decisions were made as Terence Garvin did not make the final cut, but Jordan Zumwalt did. Punter Jordan Berry beat out fellow Aussie Brad Wing and Robert Golden kept himself employed by beating our Ross Ventrone. 2014 training camp phenom Howard Jones also saw Shawn Lemon steal his chances of being a member of the Steelers as Lemon wins the chance to make his first NFL roster.