The Pittsburgh Steelers are gearing up for the 2021 regular season, and a part of that preparation is when players come together to work on their craft. This means different events like Organized Team Activities (OTAs), rookie minicamp and mandatory minicamp. As of Thursday, those dates are now set for the black and gold.
A felony gun charge was dropped Wednesday against Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Justin Layne after he took a plea deal in a case stemming from a traffic stop in northeast Ohio on April 23. Layne, 23, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possessing criminal tools in Willoughby Municipal Court. Layne received six months of probation, 32 hours of community service and a $500 fine and was ordered to pay court costs.
The 2021 NFL draft is all wrapped up and all 32 NFL teams including the Pittsburgh Steelers can now turn their attention to offseason workouts and preparing for the upcoming season. One constant during this time is the soon-to-be proliferation of NFL power rankings. Our friends over at Touchdown Wire put out their post-draft rankings and they have the Steelers checking in at No.