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Steelers’ Cameron Heyward ranks No. 88 on NFL Network’s Top 100

Joe Rutter
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The Steelers’ Cameron Heyward (right) had eight sacks last season.

Defensive lineman Cameron Heyward became the second Pittsburgh Steelers player to make the NFL Network list of Top 100 players Tuesday when he was ranked No. 88.

Outside linebacker T.J. Watt was selected No. 93 on Monday.

Heyward made the Top 100 for the third time in his eight-year NFL career. In 2018, Heyward was ranked No. 48 when he recorded a career-high 12 sacks.

Heyward’s sacks total dipped to eight last season, which might have factored into his lower ranking. Heyward also had three passes defensed, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. He contributed 10 tackles for loss and 18 quarterback hits.

The list continues Wednesday when players ranked Nos. 80-71 will be unveiled.

Joe Rutter is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Joe by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .

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