PITTSBURGH — The Steelers took to the practice field on Wednesday as they prepared for their trip to New England for Week 1 of the 2019 regular season.
As it was in 2018, when the Steelers held New England to 10 points, getting to Patriots quarterback Tom Brady with pressure will be a key for the Pittsburgh defense.
But what to do when they don’t get to Brady may also be a focus.
SIGHTS AND SOUNDS
Steelers defensive linemen and outside linebackers worked with defensive line coach Karl Dunbar on a drill designed to train players to recognize when a quarterback is ready to throw the ball.