A few weeks back, the Pittsburgh Steelers addressed many needs in the 2013 NFL Draft. They went after guys to help fill voids at running back, receiver, linebacker and defensive backfield to a name a few. The one area they did not address was the offensive line. In what seemed like the first time since the Nixon Administration, the Steelers did not draft anyone for the O-Line.
My guess is that they feel pretty comfortable with the current group they have in Mike Adams, Marcus Gilbert, Maurkice Pouncey, David DeCastro, Ramon Foster as their starters.
Earlier this week, it appeared that any ship with Max Starks on it returning to Pittsburgh has set sailed for other waters. The Steelers brought in tackle Guy Whimper, a veteran who has been in the league for seven years but has just 22 career starts. This signing would signify the end of Max Starks’ time in Pittsburgh.
While Starks has never been confused with the second coming of Anthony Munoz, he has been a good, solid offensive linem...