While the death of quarterback Dwayne Haskins continues to dominate the headlines, the NFL world waits for no man, and Monday saw the start of a return to normalcy. Players will begin reporting to Pittsburgh for conditioning on Monday, the NFL Draft is in less than two weeks, and even though the Pittsburgh Steelers are very much grieving, it will have to be a process they work through.
That will be the same case for us, as we begin to return to a more normal level of news coverage, while still working our hardest to answer the outstanding questions about Haskins’ death and what happens next.
🏈 Adam Schefter Posts Apology over Dwayne Haskins Tweet, Dominic Campbell
🏈 Dwayne Haskins’ High School to Retiure Number, Host Memorial Service, Alan Saunders
🏈 Ryan Day, Ohio State Honor Life of Dwayne Haskins, Logan Carney
🏈 Draft Talk 4/11: How Dwayne Haskins’ Death Will Impact the Steelers Saunders, Nick Farabaugh
🏈 Steelers 16th-Richest NFL Team in 2021, Campbell
🏈 Gallery: Remembering Dwayne Haskins, Ed Thompson
🏈 Still working on finding out more information about the cause of Haskins’ death, as well as memorial arrangements. Saunders
🏈 Ole Miss quarterback Matt Corral and linebacker Mark Robinson and Nevada quarterback Carson Strong are among those scheduled to visit UPMC Rooney Sports Complex for pre-draft top-30 visits this week. Farabaugh
🏈 Coming up: USC will have a special workout for wide receiver Drake London on Friday, April 15.
The first day of the NFL’s offseason conditioning program is Monday, April 18.
Liberty quarterback Malik Willis, Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton and Missouri State defensive end Eric Johnson are expected to make their pre-draft visits next week. Pre-draft visits end April 20.