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Steelers Daily Links: Comparing Pickett to 2023 QBs; Porter Visits Ravens



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How would Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett stack up to the quarterbacks in the 2023 NFL Draft Class? Joey Porter Jr. takes a visit to a hated rival.

🏈 93.7 The Fan: Steve Palazzolo thinks Kenny Pickett would be the second-best quarterback if he was in the 2023 NFL Draft: “The only QB in this draft who I think will definitely be better than Kenny Pickett is Bryce Young,” Palazzolo said.

🏈 Football Outsiders: The Pittsburgh Steelers and Los Angeles Rams set offensive line continuity records last season. The Steelers led the league in offensive line continuity score, which measures an offense’s ability to field a consistent starting quintet week-in and week-out, while the Rams finished in last place. The Steelers are the 40th team charted by Football Outsiders to start the same five linemen in every game of the regular season, but the first to do so over 17 games.

🏈 Mike Tomlin gave a shoutout to executive chef of the Steelers, Kevin Blinn. “Lucky to have this guy as part of our team. Congrats, Chef Kev, on 20 years with Parkhurst and 11 years of leading the incredible cafe staff at the Steelers,” Tomlin tweeted.

🏈 NFL Network: Penn State cornerback Joey Porter Jr. had a pre-draft visit with the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday. Porter is also scheduled to visit with the Las Vegas Raiders at a future date.

🏈 Armstrong Neighborhood Channel: Former Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert gave his thoughts on the upcoming draft and discussed his new role with the organization in advising past players adjust to life after football.

🏈 Chuck Noll’s jacket is the Steelers Hall of Honor Museum Artifact of the Week.

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