After months of preparing for the draft, waiting to see where football would take them, Steelers’ rookies finally got a chance to show what they could do on Friday during the team’s first rookie minicamp practice.
“It was a good first day out here on the field working with the guys,” said defensive lineman
“The information is flying at you,” said number one pick
“It’s good to have this time. The veterans know what they are doing. We are out here trying to learn and get a little grasp of everything before we are out there with the older guys.”
“I was just trying to work, get used to it,” said Bryant. “It was a first-time experience for me. It went pretty well. I just need to go and watch film and work on getting better.”
The players will have minicamp practices on Saturday and Sunday as well, continuing to learn as much as they can in a short window.
“There is a lot to learn,” said
“We all have been waiting for this day for a long time through the draft process. We all have to show what we can do today.”