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The Pittsburgh Steelers Organized Team Activities are nearly in the books. Check out the Day 9 recap from all the news from the team's South Side practice facility.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers are only days away from turning the page from Organized Team Activities (OTAs) and looking ahead to Mandatory Minicamp next week. Without getting too far ahead of ourselves, let's recap the news and events from Day 9 of OTAs at the Steelers' South Side practice facility.

DHB spitting knowledge on the team's offense

Darrius Heyward-Bey might not have the best resume compared to other wide receivers in the team's meeting room, but he does have experience and his thoughts on the team's offense seems to be very poignant and spot on. Heyward-Bey gives insight on how players are doing in practice, as well as how they are viewed within the organization.

So are the days in Archer's life

Dri Archer is a versatile football player, and one fast human being. Archer continues to try and find his niche within the offense, and continues to bounce back and forth between running back and wide receiver. Today, Archer was seeing time at receiver and got an average review from Coach Mann.

No pay

Interesting bit of knowledge from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review's Mark Kaboly regarding player's pay during these off season workouts.

Todd Haley offensive notes

Quarterbacks coach talking crazy

Not sure what Randy Fichtner is getting at, but his take on Landry Jones certainly isn't common among Steelers fans across the globe. Training camp will be a big battle for the No. 3 quarterback role on the team.

The wide receiver plan

A lot of discussion and debate has been made regarding the Steelers' two wide receivers Markus Wheaton and Martavis Bryant. It seems the team sees them as interchangable in their approach to how they can best help the team in 2015.

The Steelers' final OTAs will be held Thursday, be sure to check BTSC early and often for the best Steelers coverage on the internet.