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When will Steelers turn to offense in 2019 NFL Draft?

Tim Benz
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Penn State’s Miles Sanders carries through the Pitt defense during the first quarter Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, at Heinz Field.

It’s NFL Draft Day!

DraftWire’s Luke Easterling joins us for our Thursday Sided.co podcast. He scouted the potential picks on defense Wednesday. Now he previews the offense.

Easterling and I talk about when in the draft it will make sense for the Steelers to think offense. Then we kick around some names the Steelers may try to obtain to offset the loss of Antonio Brown at wide receiver. Do the Steelers have an interest in either Ole Miss receiver or the Iowa tight ends?


LISTEN: When Steelers might turn to offense in draft

Luke also attempts to figure out where the quarterbacks go. That could help the Steelers get a good cornerback or inside linebacker. The same goes for the offensive line, too.

And we analyze the chances of Penn State’s Miles Sanders winding up in Pittsburgh. He’s a good running back. And he has local ties coming from Woodland Hills. But there may be better players at that position for the Black and Gold.

Tim Benz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tim at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets could be reposted. All emails are subject to publication unless specified otherwise.

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