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Pittsburgh Steelers Select OLB Travis Feeney In Sixth Round

The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected Washington outside linebacker Travis Feeney in the 6th round of the 2015 NFL Draft. He weighed in at 6’3/5, 230 pounds at the Combine. He ran a blazing 4.5 flat, jumped 40 inches in the vert, and 10’10” in the broad. In 2015, he racked…


Evaluating The Value: Jerald Hawkins

With the 123rd overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers went away from the defensive side of the ball, instead switching to the trenches on the offensive side of the ball, selecting LSU offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins. Hawkins was arguably the best offensive lineman for the Tigers…


Pittsburgh Steelers Select OT Jerald Hawkins In Fourth Round

The Pittsburgh Steelers have selected LSU offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Hawkins weighed in at 6’5/5 309 pounds with 34 1/4 inch arms. He was a 37 game starter for the Tigers. 25 starts at right tackle and 12 on the left….


Around The North: Baltimore Ravens Day Two Recap

To kick off the second day of the draft, the Baltimore Ravens beefed up their defensive edge with two Rocky Mountain prospects. They look to give new selection Ronnie Stanley a little extra challenge in practice, as well as bring some havoc off tackle to the AFC North. Reports have…



Around The North: Cleveland Browns Day Two Recap

Following up a strong first round where they were able to nab Baylor wideout Corey Coleman with the No. 15 overall pick, the Cleveland Browns decided to build through the trenches on day two of the 2016 NFL Draft. Opening up the second day of the draft, the Browns selected…


Around The North: Cincinnati Bengals Day Two Recap

Just one day after taking William Jackson III at No. 24 overall in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals came back with a solid day two, drafting Pittsburgh wide receiver Tyler Boyd with the No. 55 overall pick and Utah State linebacker Nick Vigil at No. 87 overall, addressing…


2016 AFC North Day Three Roundup

The 2016 NFL Draft marched on into Day Two, where for the most part the AFC North stayed put, but the Browns stood out with four picks in the two rounds, trading the final in order to bulk of for Day Three. Both the Browns and Ravens have a wealth…


Evaluating The Value: Javon Hargrave

After bolstering the defense with their first two selections of Artie Burns and Sean Davis in the back end, Pittsburgh went to the trenches and selected Javon Hargrave out of South Carolina State with the 89th overall pick. The aggressive, explosive defensive lineman dominated offensive lines throughout the Mid-Eastern Athletic…



Pittsburgh Steelers Big Board: Day Three

We’re already in the last round of the draft. Time flies when you’re having fun, right? By now, it’s awfully difficult to try and come up with a realistic list of names, but we’re going to do our best here. Round Four 1. Pharoh Cooper/WR South Carolina: Odds feel good the Steelers…


Sean Davis’ Physicality A Perfect Fit For Pittsburgh

Artie Burns might have been awarded #25 but it’s second round pick Sean Davis whose play is going to remind you of Ryan Clark the most. There’s a lot of ways to evaluate him and I’d encourage you to check out Luc Polglaze’s report for his full take. Here, we’re…


Evaluating The Value: Sean Davis

After selecting a defensive back in Artie Burns with their first-round pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers came right back to it with their second-round choice. This time, they chose Sean Davis of Maryland, who they’ve already announced will begin his career at strong safety for the…


Versatility The Theme For Steelers On Day Two

The Pittsburgh Steelers made sure to go in on what they likely viewed as the last viable first-round cornerback on their board on Thursday night when they hastened in their first-round selection of Artie Burns, a young and physically gifted player whom the team described as one they are looking…


Steelers Address Defense In Unprecedented Fashion

Were you like me, wondering when the Pittsburgh Steelers might have last invested this heavily in the defensive side of the ball this early in their draft history? Did you struggle to come up with an answer the way I did? Because the answer is that they have never invested…