The Steelers presented their version of The Colbert Report this week.
It wasn’t quite the same as the Comedy Central show, however.
Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert doesn’t pronounce his last name the same way as comedian Stephen Colbert, and what he talked about was no laughing matter.
Kevin Colbert talked about various issues facing the team in the wake of an 8-8 season that was over before New Year’s Eve. Among the things he said, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, is that the Steelers would consider drafting a quarterback in the first round in April.
The first round might be a little early, but it’s time the Steelers draft a quarterback for the first time since taking Dennis Dixon in the fifth round in 2008. They need a better insurance policy at the position than they have now.
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