12:08 PM EDT, Sun April 20, 2014

Seven reasons from seven rounds to .500: Sixth round

The Steelers have had more success finding capable players in the sixth round than many other rounds, highlighted by All-Pro WR Antonio Brown. A draft is more about adding talent for the future than it is adding it to the present. The result of the Steelers' drafts since 2008 have been more negative than positive, but each round appears to have a different reason based on the decisions the team has made. We explore each round and get to the root problem of each one.Round 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5 - Lacking 2008 - Ryan Mundy2008 - Mike Humpal2009 - Ra'Shon Harris2010 - Antonio Brown2010...
Antonio Brown may always have to fight to stay on top

Antonio Brown may always have to fight to stay on top

With the 2014 NFL Draft fast approaching, there is talk that the Steelers may covet what so many NFL teams desire: a tall, physical receiver. Despite his overall success, Antonio Brown doesn't have the physical attributes of a true number one receiver, and he may have to fight to stay on top in a league where general managers, coaches and scouts are always looking for someone better to come along. "As soon as you enter the NFL, they start looking for your replacement." That quote (or at least a variation of it) has been uttered by hundreds and hundreds of NFL players over the years who were...

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