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Steelers News: A closer look at one of the deepest positions in the 2020 NFL Draft, wide receivers

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The Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 season is officially over. After finishing the year 8-8, the Steelers, and their vast fan base, has another long offseason awaiting them. Just because the games are done doesn’t mean we stop providing you with features, commentary and opinions to tide you over throughout the offseason!

Today in the black-and-gold links article we take a look at how the deepest position in the upcoming 2020 NFL Draft is wide receiver.

Let’s get to the news:

  • Could the Steelers be picking a wide receiver with their top pick in the 2nd round? It isn’t as crazy as it seems.

The Triple Take: WRs

By: Steelers.com Staff

In our first edition of “The Triple Take”, the Steelers Radio Network trio of Matt Williamson, Dale Lolley and Mike Prisuta give their takes on the top prospects in this year’s wide receiver class. If you want to hear the audio version of “The Triple Take”, click here.

Matt’s Take

Matt Williamson: “Simply put, this is an exceptional wide receiver class. It has star power with quite a few prospects that would go in the first round in any year. It has outstanding depth. In fact, teams that don’t have a major need at this position will be taking wide receivers in the middle rounds just because they fall in the draft and are the highest graded prospect on the board. They will be too good to pass up. This wide receiver class has prospects of all shapes and sizes. It has great testers. It has great producers. Whatever you are looking for from this receiver class, it should be available. Rarely do we see such a situation. Here are my top 10 prospects at this position.”

To read the full article, click HERE (Free)


  • Steelers doing their part to help their community fighting the coronavirus.

Steelers partner to help send pizzas to health care workers during pandemic

By: Joe Rutter, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The initiative “Pizza vs. Pandemic” was launched to support health care workers trying to stop the spread of covid-19 by arranging for pizzas from independent owners to be sent to care centers, hospitals and clinics around the country.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are doing their part, too.

The Steelers are among area businesses trying to feed such workers thanks to a partnership with Slice, an online and mobile ordering platform; and the non-profit Slice Out Hunger.

Since the Pizza vs. Pandemic campaign was launched March 21, the initiative has raised more than $260,000 while delivering 6,800 pizzas throughout the country.

To read the full article, click HERE (Free)


  • You can have a say in the Steelers’ 4th annual Hall of Honor.

Fans can submit nominations for Steelers’ 4th annual Hall of Honor class

By: Joe Rutter, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

For the first time, the Pittsburgh Steelers are soliciting nominations for the fourth annual Hall of Honor class.

Fans, however, better hurry with their submissions. Voting ends April 17.

The Hall of Honor, which started in 2017 with a 27-member class, has 36 representatives. Five members were inducted in 2018 and four last year — Bill Cowher, Hines Ward, Larry Brown and Elbie Nickel.

To be considered for the Hall of Honor, a former player must be retired for at least three years and played at least three seasons for the Steelers. Former coaches and contributors also will be considered for nomination.

To read the full article, click HERE (Free)


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