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Photo via: With the 95th pick in the draft the Denver Broncos have taken Michael Schoefield, offensive tackle, from Michigan. Photo via: The Minnesota Vikings have taken Jerick McKinnon, running back, from Georgia Southern with the 96th pick. Photo via: The Pittsburgh Steelers have taken Dri Archer, running back, from Kent State with the 97th pick. Photo via: With the 98th pick, the Green Bay Packers have picked Richard Rodgers, tight end, from California. Photo via: The Baltimore Ravens have taken Crockett Gilmore, tight end, from Colorado State with the 99th pick. Photo via: The San Francisco 49ers have taken Brandon Thomas, offensive tackle, from Clemson with the 100th pick.

Steelers Film Room: Dri Archer Kickoff Returns For Touchdowns Animated GIFs

New Pittsburgh Steelers running back/wide receiver/kick returner Dri Archer is certainly a fun player to watch on tape with that blazing speed of his. However, where Archer will more than likely make the biggest impact in 2014 with the Steelers is as a kick returner and to entertain you on this Sunday, I have pulled […] Steelers Film Room: Dri Archer Kickoff Returns For Touchdowns...

Dri Archer To The Pro Bowl In 2014? One NFL Network Analyst Wouldn’t Be Shocked

The selection Friday evening of Kent State running back/wide receiver/kick returner Dri Archer in the third-round of the 2014 NFL Draft might have a few fans shaking their heads, but one esteemed NFL Network draft analyst thinks the diminutive "Slash" could have 2014 post season honors in his future. Early Saturday morning, Daniel Jeremiah, a […] Dri Archer To The Pro...

Scat Back 3.0 – How Will Dri Archer Succeed Where Others Had Failed?

I think it’s safe to call it now. Todd Haley likes himself some scat backs. The Pittsburgh Steelers used their third-round compensatory pick to select former Kent State RB/WR/KR Dri Archer, a 5’8”, 170 lbs. bullet with 4.2 speed. Initial opinions on Archer seem to be split down a divide based primarily on whether or […] Scat Back 3.0 – How Will Dri Archer Succeed Where...

What Were the Pittsburgh Steelers Thinking Drafting Dri Archer?

Dri Archer? Really? The Pittsburgh Steelers punctuated a 51-pick wait Friday night on Day 2 of the 2014 NFL Draft to take this guy? The Steelers used their third-round compensatory pick, No. 97 overall, on Archer. The 5’8″, 173-pounder from Kent State has been listed as both a running back and a wide receiver. Archer was the fastest player at the NFL Scouting Combine, blazing...

Pittsburgh Steelers add speedster, Dri Archer

A few years ago the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted former Florida Gators running back Chris Rainey, in the fifth round. Rainey was released following an off-the-field incident, but it served the theory Pittsburgh was looking for a dynamic type play-maker on offense. On day two of the NFL Draft, the Steelers selected Kent State's Dri Archer. He ran the fastest time at the NFL Scou...

Steelers Film Room: 2014 NFL Draft Scouting Report – Kent State RB Dri Archer

By Alex Kozora Scouting breakdown of the Pittsburgh Steelers third round pick and 87th overall selection of the 2014 NFL Draft, Kent State RB/WR Dri Archer. Dri Archer/ATH Kent St: 5’7/3 173 The Good - Special, quick-twitch athlete, natural - Fantastic change of direction, maintains speed through his cuts - Splash play capable, “hold your […] Steelers Film Room: 2014 NFL Draft...

Steelers add speedy, versatile Dri Archer

The Steelers need some weapons on offense. They added one in the third round on Friday night. Speedy, diminutive tailback Dri Archer has arrived as the 33rd pick in round three and 97th overall. The former Kent State standout ran a blazing 4.26-second 40-yard dash at the Scouting Combine, threatening Chris Johnson’s all-time Indianapolis record of 4.24 seconds. Archer covered...

Steelers Need to Utilize Dri Archer

I kicked myself last night because I mocked Dri Archer a lot early on in he process because he looks just like the type of guys Haley loves. Throughout the process though the Steelers seemed to look at more traditional backs, and I thought with Haley’s job teetering he wouldn’t have as much say in the process. Well last night Todd Haley got his Dexter McCluster. I think this...

Steelers Wrap Up Their Draft Class With Day Three Haul

The Pittsburgh Steelers tripled their draft class on day three of the 2014 NFL Draft, selecting six players in the final four rounds to go along with ILB Ryan Shazier, DE Stephon Tuitt, and RB Dri Archer taken in the first three rounds. On day three, the team started out by filling holes with prospects […] Steelers Wrap Up Their Draft Class With Day Three Haul is a post from:...

Day 3 Draft Recap

After addressing the holes at linebacker and defensive line in the first two rounds and adding human lightning bolt Dri Archer in the third, the Steelers spent day 3 filling out other positions of need. 4th round: Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson Bryant is a tall, rangy receiver with great speed. He’s fairly unpolished, but has all the physical tools to succeed. He has upside, and...

The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Day Two Draft Picks, Day Three Draft Prospects & More Episode

Season 4, Episode 102 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and I get right into talking about the selections made by the Pittsburgh Steelers on day two of the 2014 NFL Draft as Notre Dame defensive end Stephon Tuitt and Kent State running back Dri Archer are the newest members of the black and gold. […] The Terrible Podcast – Talking Steelers Day Two Draft...
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