The Steelers traded tackle Marcus Gilbert to the Arizona Cardinals for a sixth-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the 207th overall pick.
The trade gives the Steelers a total of 10 picks in the draft, including three in the top 66 and four in the top 83.
Gilbert was drafted by the Steelers in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft. He played in 14 games his rookie season, starting 13, and earned the Joe Greene Great Performance Award for the team’s top rookie.
Gilbert played in only five games in 2018, missing the rest of the season with a knee injury that eventually landed him on injured reserve. In 2017 he played in eight games, starting all eight, but missed time throughout the season because of a suspension and with a hamstring injury. Gilbert played in a total of 88 games with the Steelers, starting 87 of them.
Steelers 2019 NFL Draft Selections
First Round - 20th pick overall
Second Round - 52nd pick overall
Third Round - 66th pick overall - from Oakland Raiders (Antonio Brown trade)
Third Round - 83rd pick overall
Fourth Round - 122nd pick overall
Fifth Round - 141st pick overall - from Oakland Raiders (Antonio Brown trade)
Sixth Round - 175th pick overall - from Oakland Raiders (Ryan Switzer trade)
Sixth Round - 192nd pick overall
Sixth Round - 207th pick overall - from Arizona Cardinals (Marcus Gilbert trade)
Seventh Round - 219th pick overall - from Tampa Bay (J.J. Wilcox trade)