While many Steelers fans are looking for the 2021 NFL draft to fill out the starting lineup, it’s not a guarantee that any of their draft picks will be starting in Week 1. Of course it is a desirable thing to see their rookies ready to go as soon as possible, but the Steelers are one of several NFL teams who try not to force their rookies onto the field too soon. I have said many times that the Steelers do not draft their players to start right away, even their top selections.
Karl Joseph Watch Day 5: No report Najee Harris was quoted on a tweet by Ian Rappaport that the Steelers Zoom call was his favorite. I hope he had more calls than just the Steelers and Jaguars. It’s the day after Easter.
The Steelers are likely to trade up in the first round for Justin Fields Fiction Reports came out this week that the Steelers have a whole lot of interest in Justin Fields. To do so, the interest would have to be so high that Kevin Colbert and Company would have to be keen to the possibility of trading up in the draft for the quarterback of the Ohio State Buckeyes.