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Steelers OTA Recap, Day 10: Diontae Johnson looking to build on offseason workouts into 2019 success

Time to check in on what went down at the UPMC Practice Facility for Organized Team Activities.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers wrapped up their 10th, and final, Organized Team Activities (OTAs) session, and in doing so those 2019 NFL Draft picks have been put through the proverbial ringer.

Learning new playbooks, being pushed to the limits mentally and having to adapt to the speed and style of the National Football League. Judging by the success, or should I say failure, of many draft picks across the league, not everyone can handle the transition.

Steelers fans have been waiting patiently to hear from all nine of the Steelers’ draft picks throughout the three week OTA process, and on the last day they get to hear an in-depth interview with their second pick, former Toledo WR Diontae Johnson.

Take a look, and listen, at Johnson had to say with his first OTAs under his belt, now preparing for his first minicamp and eventually training camp.

  • Mason Rudolph chimes in on his role on the team

Fans have heard a lot from Rudolph so far this offseason, and of course the quarterback is saying all the right things, but one thing is for sure — Rudolph will be given every opportunity to win the backup spot behind Ben Roethlisberger.

  • Recapping OTAs

Check out Charlie Batch’s thoughts on Steelers OTAs and where the team is headed as they approach the 2019 regular season.

  • Actual football drills!

Take a look at some speed and pursuit drills here...don’t look now but it actually looks like football!!