12:02 PM EDT, Sat March 28, 2015

An updated look at the Steelers WR Depth Chart

The Steelers signed WR Darrius Heyward Bey to a one-year contract Thursday. Time to take a look at the updated depth chart at the wide receiver position heading into 2015. As the Pittsburgh Steelers gave Darrius Heyward Bey a shiny new one-year contract Wednesday, the Steelers have now filled four wide receiver positions heading into the 2015 season. Although the team certainly could still look for competition at the wide out position through the draft, wide receiver is one of the few positions the team doesn't need to focus on heading into the 2015 NFL Draft. Some say Antonio Brown is the...

Mike Tomlin: 2015 Steelers offense could be "the very best"

The Pittsburgh Steelers had a tremendous offense in 2014, but head coach Mike Tomlin believes the offense could be "the very best" in 2015. Coach Tomlin on the offense: "My expectations will be they can be the very best cause we got the goods." — Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) March 24, 2015 In 2014, the Pittsburgh Steelers broke a lot of franchise and NFL records. Whether it was Le'Veon Bell shattering the team's yards from scrimmage record, Antonio Brown dominating nearly all wide receiving categories or Ben Roethlisberger throwing 12 touchdowns in two weeks. Plain and simple, the...

Todd Haley: Martavis Bryant will challenge Markus Wheaton for No. 2 WR position

The Steelers have a pleasant problem at the wide receiver position heading into 2015. Two very capable receivers will be battling it out for the chance to stand across Antonio Brown as the No. 2 WR. Entering the 2014 season, the Pittsburgh Steelers depth chart at wide receiver was anything but certain. Antonio Brown was the proven leader of the group, but after him was a second year pro in Markus Wheaton, veteran wide out Lance Moore, second year receiver Justin Brown and the raw rookie from Clemson Martavis Bryant. The first quarter of the season was anything but smooth as the team...
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Steelers WR Antonio Brown starts Twitter Campaign for Wallace to no avail

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown began a Twitter campaign Friday afternoon aimed at getting the topic of bringing Mike Wallace back to Pittsburgh trending with little success.  His efforts were for naught when reports came out that Wallace was headed to Minnesota. It isn’t shocking that there were mixed reactions to Brown’s Tweet.  Wallace left Pittsburgh after Brown was given the ‘sweet deal’, wanted more money and headed for the Miami Dolphins. Brown’s second Tweet indicated the Steelers’ receiving corps should be comprised of himself, Wallace, Martavis Bryant...

Mike Wallace wants to return to Steelers, here's why that's funny

Wallace had former teammate Brandon Gibson speak for him after Wallace didn't play in the second half in Week 17 of the 2014 season. He has no one to speak for him now, as reports suggest he's interested in a return to Pittsburgh. The Steelers have taken considerable pains to move past the Young Money mini-epoch in Pittsburgh. They gave Antonio Brown a $42 million contract after just his second year, a rare move for the franchise. They matched New England's one year contract offer for Emmanuel Sanders, giving him a significant raise on his one-year restricted free agency tender. They let...

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