Who should start at center for the Steelers this season?

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Last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers had to try to adjust to life after Maurkice Pouncey. His sudden retirement prompted the Steelers to draft Kendrick Green in the third round of the 2021 NFL draft.

Green was a top-tier college guard but his lack of experience at center showed. Pittsburgh stuck with Green as long as possible but he eventually found himself benched.

In the offseason, the Steelers added two guys, both of which could start at center. Mason Cole came over from the Minnesota Vikings with more than two dozen starts at center. Cole is also a proficient guard.

Pittsburgh also signed James Daniels as a free agent from the Chicago Bears. Daniels was a college center, moved to guard in the NFL and then back to center. He has 48 career starts/

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Not so fast!

You can't place a vote until you make a selection first.

Cast your vote and let us know who should start at center this season. My prediction is Cole wins the job with Daniels at left guard and either Green or Kevin Doton on the right side.

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