Everyone has their own opinion on the Steelers’ 2019 draft class, but ESPN expert Todd McShay has one particular player he liked out of the 9 players.
2019 NFL Draft Analysis
2019 NFL Draft: Game breakdown of Devin Bush highlights his speed and athleticism the Steelers covet
The Pittsburgh Steelers top draft pick certainly brings athleticism to the table. Check out the game breakdown to see for yourself.
With the selection of Justin Layne with their second pick in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft (83rd, overall), the Steelers walked away with great value. Now it’s up to them—and him—to turn that value into a rare asset in the secondary.
BTSC guesses which numbers will be assigned to each new drafted Steeler.
The Pittsburgh Steelers had a very stellar 2019 draft class on paper, but one pick topped the others in terms of importance.
The Steelers chose receiver Diontae Johnson with their first pick of the third-round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Some say he only has the attributes to play inside—or the slot. But if he’s a good to great slot, his rather lofty draft selection will be worth it.
The Steelers found a potential franchise player in Devin Bush, but they can never replace the man who preceded him
It is the Monday after the NFL Draft, which means pundits are putting out grades for players who haven’t stepped foot on an NFL field yet.
By trading up to draft Devin Bush, the Steelers showed urgency, commitment and even a little restraint
The Steelers aggressively moved up to find their man—Michigan inside linebacker Devin Bush—in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. But did they find their man? And was the price too high? That’s the thing about taking chances, you never know unless you try.
With the 219th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Maryland OT Derwin Gray
Who did AFC North foes add to become future villains for Steelers Nation?
With the 207th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Akron LB Ulysees Gilbert III
With the 192nd pick of the 2019 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select Alabama DE/DT Isaiah Buggs.
The Pittsburgh Steelers utilized the 175th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft to select Northern Illinois LB Sutton Smith
For the kid who grew up a Browns fan, he and his family have finally come to the dark side.
With the 141st pick of the 2019 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select Michigan TE Zach Gentry
The 2019 NFL Draft is in the books, and time to take a look at the players the Steelers added throughout the 7-round process.
With the 122nd pick of the 2019 NFL Draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select Kentucky RB Benny Snell Jr.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Maryland offensive guard Derwin Gray with their 7th round pick.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Akron LB Ulysees Gilbert III with their third 6th round pick.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Alabama Defensive Tackle Isaiah Buggs with their second 6th round pick.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Northern Illinois OLB Sutton Smith with their 6th round pick.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Michigan TE Zach Gentry with their 5th round pick.
The Pittsburgh Steelers added a rookie RB to their mix, and it adds to a very young, and green, depth chart.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Kentucky RB Benny Snell Jr. with their second 4th round pick.
Be sure to stay in tune with the Steelers Day 3 selections of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Both positions the Steelers drafted on Friday pushed their numbers into the double digits.
Get to know the players that were drafted into the AFC North and are now instant rivals of Steeler Nation.
With their second selection of the third round the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Michigan State CB Justin Layne.
In a truly surprising move, the Pittsburgh Steelers used the 66th pick of the 2019 NFL Draft to select Toledo WR Diontae Johnson.
One BTSC writer shares his initial and real time unadulterated reactions to the second and third rounds of the NFL draft.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Michigan State CB with their second 3rd round pick.
While fans call the Diontae Johnson pick a reach, Darryl Drake said Tampa Bay was poised to take him
The Steelers know how to draft WRs, but even the most devout fan was scratching their head when they picked Diontae Johnson in the 3rd round.