Found March 03, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
The 2013 NFL combine is now behind us and we are getting a little better handle now on which players are first round prospects. We have also had more time to look even closer at the needs for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Below is a breakdown by position of how likely it will be that the Steelers first round draft pick in April comes from each certain position from least likely to likely. Center - There is not a first round center in this draft class and the Steelers do not need one just the same for obvious reasons. Quarterback - General Manager Kevin Colbert has made it known several times since Read more [...]
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