Found August 05, 2012 on SteelerAddicts:
When the Steelers drafted Mike Adams out of OSU this past April, they had visions of him being the future anchor at left tackle for the next 10-15 years. When you draft someone that high, especially a guy like Adams who had 1st round potential on many draft boards, you expect them to come into camp and perform well. While the Steelers are not in a full on rebuilding mode, they are getting younger in a hurry. There’s no better place to get young with a quality player, than on the offensive line. You never know what you’re going to get out of a rookie, even a high round choice, because the NFL draft is still a crap shoot. Even with all the preparation that goes into selecting a player; interviews, physicals, game film, and more there’s no guarantee that anyone is going to pan out into the next big thing that you hope they will. Mike Adams may be that guy for the Steelers this year, or at least one of those guys considering the big names they drafted in the first four rounds. In Saturd...
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