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More Moves Coming? Omar Khan Hints Steelers are Not Done

Omar Khan is hinting that the Pittsburgh Steelers might not be done with their moves this offseason as they look to fill out the roster.



Pittsburgh Steelers GM Omar Khan

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers are continuing to add to their haul with picks on the third day of the 2024 NFL Draft, but after using their fourth-round pick on guard Mason McCormick and largely ignoring two positions on day three, it’s clear what positional needs the Steelers are likely leaving to the after-draft free agency and trade markets, as well.

The Steelers came into the draft with more needs than they had picks, so there was undoubtedly going to be something left behind. By taking a tackle, center, slot wide receiver, linebacker, and guard with their first four picks, here’s what the Steelers have left for needs — outside wide receiver and slot cornerback.

And according to general manager Omar Khan, the team is not done.

“We feel good about where we’re at, but obviously there’s still some unfinished business until we get into the season and we start winning football games and we reach our goal, which is to win a Super Bowl,” Khan said on the Jim Rome Show. “We don’t want to be watching the Super Bowl on the couch and watching somebody else play and win the game.”

How realistic is it that the Steelers will be able to make these kinds of moves? They’ve actually done quite a it of it in recent years.

Over the last two offseason, the Steelers have signed and/or traded for linebacker Kwon Alexander, tackle Dylan Cook, tackle Jesse Davis, safety Terrell Edmunds, outside linebacker Marcus Golden, safety Damontae Kazee, defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi and Sullivan between the end of the draft and the start of the preseason.

They have plenty of salary cap space after restructuring Alex Highsmith’s deal last week. So if you’re still seeing big holes in the Steelers’ offseason depth chart, don’t fret. The Khan Artist is still at work.