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Gallery: Steelers Take the Field for First OTAs Practice

The Pittsburgh Steelers took the field for their first OTAs practice in 2024. Here are the sights from that first practice on the South Side.

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Pittsburgh Steelers QB Russell Wilson
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Russell Wilson at the team's first OTAs practice, May 21, 2024 - Ed Thompson / Steelers Now

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers took the field for OTAs for the first time on Tuesday. Russell Wilson and Justin Fields were among the Steelers who took the field for the first time in the Black and Gold.

Others who took the field for the first time included Patrick Queen, Kyle Allen, DeShon Elliott, and other free-agent additions that Pittsburgh signed during the free-agency period. Pittsburgh will be back to work for two more days this week, on Wednesday and Thursday.

They will have three more weeks of offseason training activities until mandatory minicamp in the middle of June. Following that, the team will break for a month-long break before reconvening in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, for training camp, which will take the team up until the preseason and into the regular season.

Steelers Now was on the scene with photographer Ed Thompson.

Here’s the gallery from Pittsburgh’s first OTA practice: