Even though it may cost them more in the long run, expect the Steelers to put Ben Roethlisberger in that $20M-a-year range. But that's waiting till after the season, and other personnel needs are addressed.
NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney shares detailed analysis of all quarterbacks drafted this century, where they are now and what might become of the oddball class of 2014 which -- depending on whose voice you trust -- could be special or so-so.
The Steelers limped to an 8-8 record last season. There are plenty of new faces in training camp -- including first-round pick Jarvis Jones, who hopes he can be the next great outside linebacker in Pittsburgh.
In the weeks and months leading up to the 2013 NFL Draft, Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert didn't hide the fact that the team was in the market for a young backup quarterback. And, in the fourth round, Pittsburgh selected Oklahoma's Landry Jones.