Season 3, Episode 100 of The Terrible Podcast is up and co-host David Todd and talk about the news that came out of the Pittsburgh Steelers rookie camp that took place over the weekend and this leads to us eventually talking about the undrafted free agent offensive lineman that were present over the weekend. I give a quick and dirty breakdown of all of them.
Head coach Mike Tomlin seems to have a different opinion than linebackers coach Keith Butler does about the health of linebacker Sean Spence so we go over what each said about the Steelers third-round draft pick from last year.
Reports suggest that the Steelers will eventually be signing free agent wide receiver Steve Breaston, so that gets our attention and we also discuss the possibilities of both Max Starks and Doug Legursky possibly getting re-signed later in the offseason in addition.
Rookie running back Le\’Veon Bell apparently is not as big as everybody expected him to be so we discuss that and also have a look at Bell\’s directional stats from last year at Michigan State.
Safety Ryan Clark will reportedly be all over ESPN this week, so we discuss his future in sports broadcasting after his playing days with the Steelers are over.
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