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Kenny Pickett putting on a show at Steelers minicamp

For Pittsburgh Steelers fans, they're fired up about the future thanks to first-round pick Kenny Pickett. While Ben Roethlisberger had an unreal career for the team, the time is now for Pickett to take over. At rookie minicamp, the standout QB has been lighting up the field and he's left...
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Steelers receiver will look to change stigma behind infamous jersey number

The Steelers drafted George Pickens in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft. Here’s why he will have to overcome the stigma attached to his new number. A number is exactly that… just a number. So when the Pittsburgh Steelers 2022 rookie class selected their new jersey numbers many will carry with them for years, we shouldn’t think much of it.
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Steelers sign three more 2022 draft picks

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed three more members of their 2022 draft class following the signing of second-round wide receiver, George Pickens, yesterday. Sixth-rounder tight end/fullback Connor Heyward, and both seventh-round picks, linebacker Mark Robinson and quarterback Chris Oladokun, are now official members of the Steelers' roster.
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Former Arizona DT Trevon Mason signes rookie free agent deal with Steelers

Trevon Mason isn’t a big fan of the cold, but he better get used to it if he wants to stick with his new team. The former Arizona Wildcats defensive lineman has signed a rookie free agent deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the second player from the 2021 team to sign a full deal after wide receiver Stanley Berryhill III with the Atlanta Falcons.
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Which Steelers rookie will make the biggest impact in year one?

The Pittsburgh Steelers have some rookies that could be able to step in and contribute right away, but which one will make the biggest impact in 2022?. A decade ago, NFL rookies weren’t asked to do nearly as much as they are in today’s league. Teams had the luxury of sitting their young players and essentially giving them a redshirt year to sit and learn behind a seasoned veteran.
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Best and worst traits of each Pittsburgh Steelers rookie draft pick

The Pittsburgh Steelers might have found some impact players in the 2022 NFL Draft. Here are the best and worst traits of each draft pick. Whether you were a fan of each of Pittsburgh’s 2022 NFL Draft selections or not, it’s hard not to get excited about a new era in the Steel City. In the coming years, the Steelers will have a new face of the franchise in a quarterback who likes to extend the play while some explosive, young receivers could add a much-needed flair to this offense.
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Steelers 53-man roster prediction: How does the draft chance the outlook?

The Steelers have their roster mostly complete and will have to make some tough decisions when final cuts are done. The Steelers are now entering the start of their pre-season process. Players will start to filter into the building between now and mandatory minicamps. They will return to Latrobe to practice in front of an abundance of fans during Training Camp after a couple of year hiatus due to the pandemic.
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The More You Know: Random facts about your Steelers, Kennywood edition

It’s the offseason for the Pittsburgh Steelers and there are so many topics to talk and write about. Free agents, the GM conundrum, the starting quarterback, traiming camp, and breaking news will all be covered here at BTSC. But who’s going to give you little-known-facts out of the 500 Level?
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There’s only one disappointing part about the Steelers 2022 schedule

The Steelers 2022 regular-season schedule was released for public consumption on Thursday. Some intriguing things came out of the reveal. Pittsburgh will have the least amount of travel time of any team in the NFL next year—6,442 miles, to be exact. Also, the Steelers will not leave the eastern time zone, which is kind of amazing.
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Tyler Snead signs contract with Pittsburgh Steelers

Tyler Snead waited patiently as the NFL Draft came and went, and as the early days of undrafted free agency passed. The former ECU wide receiver did not hear his name called in draft day, and didn’t sign an undrafted free agent deal in the aftermath following the draft in late April.
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One NFL draft criticism still stirs the ‘hate’ in Steelers star Najee Harris

Steelers running back Najee Harris laughed when he learned that Pro Football Focus declared him the worst first-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. “Well, everybody’s entitled to their opinion,” Harris told The Post, laughing. “I hate PFF too.” The 24-year-old Harris said he doesn’t care to give attention to those who “believe stereotypes” that running backs are unappealing first-round draft picks. The Alabama product was selected with the No. 24 overall pick by Pittsburgh in last year’s draft. Harris had a breakout rookie season, in which he made the Pro Bowl, earned a spot on the NFL All-Rookie team...
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5 Steelers that benefitted from the 2022 NFL Draft the most

The Steelers added a lot of talent in the draft but allowed these players to stay out of hot water with the results. The Steelers were able to get a lot done in a very busy offseason for the franchise. They were in a state of flux and trying to find answers with a bunch of free agents scheduled to hit the open market and Ben Roethlisberger retiring. The work has been done and the club did a nice job of filling holes and creating a competitive roster.
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Predicting the Pittsburgh Steelers final 53-man roster for the 2022 Season

Barring any last-minute additions, it appears the Steelers have the players they want heading into training camp between the draft and undrafted rookies. Whether the Steelers added the rookies you wanted them to add or not, it appears the Steelers roster headed into training camp may be final; now, the question headed forward is who gets cut and who makes the final 53-man roster.
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