- Day 3 should make Steelers fans happy (Steelers.com)
Bob Labriola summarizes the Steelers' six draft picks from Saturday and offers his assessment on each player.
- Rookies traditionally don't crack the opening-day lineup, but this crop could (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
The Steelers are open to starting rookies this season, but the players have to earn the right to start.
- Kent State's can prove big things come in small packages (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Head Coach Mike Tomlin considers running back/wide receiver Dri Archer a playmaker.
- Draft notebook: Fifth-round CB Richardson provides depth in secondary (Tribune Review)
Steelers Defensive Backs Coach Carnell Lake recruited cornerback Shaquille Richardson to UCLA and is excited reunite with him in Pittsburgh.
- Steelers focus on speed during busy NFL Draft (Associated Press)
Head Coach Mike Tomlin cites size, speed and versatility as some of the characteristics that they looked for in the nine players they acquired through the 2014 NFL Draft.