Steelers First and 10: Team Starts to Report
The first day of the NFL offseason training begins on Monday, so most members of the Pittsburgh Steelers have been making their way into town.
While the workout sessions are optional, they are widely attended by young players, such as running back Najee Harris, who took in a Pirates game over the week.
Of course, the death of quarterback Dwayne Haskins will continue to dominate the discussion around the team and there will be a memorial service in his honor in Pittsburgh on Friday.
🏈 Steelers Fans Create Shrine for Dwayne Haskins at Heinz Field, Nick Farabaugh
🏈 Steelers RB Najee Harris Interacts with Young Fans at Pirates Game, Farabaugh
🏈 Ohio State Honors Dwayne Haskins at Spring Game, Logan Carney
🏈 Players will be checking in at UPMC Rooney Sports Complex for their first day of offseason work.
🏈 We’re still working on finding out more information about the cause of Haskins’ death. Saunders
🏈 Liberty quarterback Malik Willis, Notre Dame safety Kyle Hamilton and Missouri State defensive end Eric Johnson are expected to make their pre-draft visits this week. Pre-draft visits end Tuesday, April 20.
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