NFL Draft Day 1 recap: What Devin Bush means for Steelers
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert worked his magic, trading up for the Broncos’ first-round pick to select Michigan inside linebacker Devin Bush at No. 10 in the NFL Draft.
Bush was among the most-coveted linebackers in the draft, and most expected he would not have been available by the time the Steelers selected at No. 20.
So what does this selection mean for the Steelers?
DRAFT NIGHT COVERAGE
• The Steelers pulled off the first trade of Day 1 in order to draft Bush >> Read more
• How the rest of the AFC North fared in the first round and what’s next >> Read more
• A look at Bush’s collegiate stats and highlights >> Read more
• Kyler Murray goes No. 1 overall to Arizona. Plus, the rest of the first round >> Read more
• Bush gets emotional while listening to a message from his family >> Read more
• Tim Benz believes the pick comes a year too late, but it finally addresses the team’s most-glaring need >> Read more
• Kevin Gorman says the Steelers made the move in an effort to tackle the present, not the future >> Read more
• Joe Rutter and Tim Benz discuss how the Steelers were able to swing the trade and what happens now for the Steelers >> Read more
• See what national media experts are saying about the Bush selection >> Read more
• Joe Rutter looks ahead to the rest of the draft and what areas the Steelers might tackle >> Read more
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