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Daily Links: Pickens Impresses; Steelers Worst in North?
Matt Verderame of Sports Illustrated ranked the four AFC North rosters from worst to best, and he had the Steelers dead last in fourth place.
“If the Steelers get a big leap from Pickett, they could take advantage of a favorable schedule, but it’s hard to rank Pittsburgh’s roster higher than fourth in this loaded division,” Verderame wrote.
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🏈 Pro Football Focus: George Pickens’ 16 receptions of 20+ yards downfield in 2022 were tied for the second-most among rookies since 2006.
🏈 Sunday marked 112 days until the Pittsburgh Steelers’ season opener against the San Francisco 49ers at Acrisure Stadium.
🏈 Footbhalin podcast: Kenny Pickett revealed on Ben Roethlisberger’s Footbahlin podcast that Pitt sharing a facility with the Steelers is a major selling point. Pickett said he would watch the Steelers practice while at Pitt.
Kenny Pickett recently joined the “Footbahlin w Ben Roethlisberger Podcast” and Kenny talks about how it was a major selling point to go to Pitt and share a facility with the Steelers and being able to be on the field and watch the Steelers practice and learn how the NFL… pic.twitter.com/wM2IfBSMiO
— JJ Kitchen (@JJ_Kitchen40) May 21, 2023
🎥 Check out Diontae Johnson’s latest workout with James Everett, also known as the “Route God.”
@Juiceup__3 @steelers https://t.co/tNPhT0yYgE pic.twitter.com/jMuuX1Q50o
— RouteGod (@RouteGod) May 22, 2023
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