The Steelers added another member of their practice squad to the 2019 roster on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh made moves to re-sign several members of their practice squad on Monday.
Pittsburgh filled the vacant slot on their practice squad on Tuesday afternoon when they added former Patriots and Buccaneers running back Ralph Webb.
The Steelers made several roster moves on Tuesday that also included promoting running back Trey Edmunds to the 53-man roster.
We're at the midway point in the 2015 NFL season, and the draft position and needs for each team is starting to come into focus. With that lets take a look ahead and see who the Steelers may be targeting with the 2016 NFL draft rolls around.
Steelers fans will likely know Ray Graham. Last they saw him, he was capping off one of the best offensive careers in the history of the University of Pittsburgh. Mike Tomlin knows Graham well too. He had to shoo him out of his whirlpool.
Green would be a prime candidate to set a Steelers record for transactions in a year, if such records were kept. He's had "the talk" with Steelers coaches and personnel three times, indicating his release. He's been signed back three times as well.
What, exactly, the Steelers gave Arizona in exchange for veteran offensive tackle Levi Brown isn't quite clear, but a source confirmed with Post-Gazette reporter the deal did not involve the Steelers' sending a draft pick to the Cardinals.
Steelers trade for Levi Brown will be official after the completion of a physical, expected today. Looking back over Brown's career, there are more downs than ups, but the Steelers are looking for more "pro" than "Pro Bowl" out of their left tackle.
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It may be a week off from playing football, but the Steelers are wasting no time trying to get better. According to Jason La Canfora, the front office is looking to bring in a veteran offensive lineman.