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🏈 Josh Edwards of CBS Sports thinks the Steelers’ sixth-round selection of defensive lineman Logan Lee was their most questionable pick in the draft.

“Pittsburgh leaned into its physical identity with the selections of offensive linemen Troy Fautanu, Mason McCormick and Zach Frazier. They do a good job incorporating hybrid defensive linemen capable of fulfilling multiple roles but Lee lacks the physicality that I have come to associate with the Steelers front,” Edwards wrote.

🏈 Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette thinks there is smoke to the Cam Sutton fire and the Steelers could reunite with the corner if they feel comfortable with where things are at with Sutton off-the-field.

🏈 NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger gave the Steelers’ draft haul an A+. He thinks they’re now in position to compete with the Baltimore Ravens for the division crown.

“This team really has a chance to compete with Baltimore this year,” Baldinger said.

🏈 The Steelers-Ravens matchups were named the most enticing for this upcoming season by Kevin Patra of

🏈 T.J. Watt is the only player in the NFL with 45+ sacks and 10 forced fumbles since 2021.

🏈 Najee Harris is the only NFL player with 1,000 rushing yards in each of the last three seasons.

πŸŽ₯ Mina Kimes of ESPN thinks Jaylen Warren is better than Najee Harris.



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