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Daily News & Links: PFF Gives Shoutout to Steelers 1974 Draft Class; Le’Veon Bell Ranks Top RBs of All-Time



Former Steelers center Mike Webster.

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🏈 Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Russell Wilson congratulated the South Carolina women’s basketball team for winning the National Championship.

“Congrats to South Carolina and Coach @dawnstaley! It is so special seeing Women’s Sports continue to grow and Dominate!” Wilson wrote on X.

🏈 Russell Wilson has a career 5.9% touchdown rate, which ranks second best all-time.

🏈 Texas star defensive tackle and projected first-round pick T’Vondre Sweat was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

🏈 Pro Football Focus gave a shoutout to the Steelers’ 1974 draft haul, which is without a doubt the best draft class in the history of professional sports.

The Steelers drafted four future Hall of Famer’s in Lynn Swann (first round), Jack Lambert (second round), John Stallworth (fourth round) and Mike Webster (fifth round). In addition, they signed Donnie Shell as an undrafted free agent, who went on to have a Hall of Famer career as well.

🏈 The Steelers official X account posted photos of players training this offseason.

🎥 Former Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell ranked his top 5 running backs in NFL history. His top 4 are Barry Sanders, Ladainian Tomlinson, Adrian Peterson and Marshal Faulk.


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