Bud Dupree, the No. 22 draft pick in 2015, is viewed as a steel in Pittsburgh, Before the '15 draft class works out on the field this week, NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney offers a reset of the Steelers.
The Steelers have their biggest needs on defense at cornerback, which is why they may be considering trading up in the second round from No. 56 to No. 33.
With the 22nd pick in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select Kentucky outside linebacker Alvin "Bud" Dupree.
All mock drafts are not equal. The first 32 picks? Meh. Try all seven rounds, from No. 1 (Jameis Winston) to No. 256 (Curtis Grant), with lots of trades between.
At least one cornerback has been drafted top-10 the last five years and Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes to the Giants would keep the streak alive.
Drafting linebackers in the first round is becoming a predictable course for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who have big plans for Ryan Shazier and Jarvis Jones. Still, there's a need for a pocket-popping force in the new-look 3-4 and coach Mike Tomlin thinks this class has them in spades.
Chris Borland, after one NFL season and citing long-term health concerns, retired from football on Monday. Meanwhile, the league says football is safer than ever.
NFL players took to Twitter to react to the surprising news that 49ers linebacker Chris Borland is retiring after one season.
Jason Worilds announced Tuesday night that he was done with football and the Steelers don't doubt he's serious.
Jason Worilds retired at the age of 27, the latest NFL player to walk away from the league.

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