A look back at all of the happening during Week 3 of OTAs.
Villanueva, Harris in line to replace Beachum.
The Steelers don't have an official incumbent as the starting left offensive tackle, but they have options and a position coach willing to explore them.
Third-round pick Javon Hargrave was signed to a four-year contract.
Third-round draft choice Javon Hargrave is the latest of the Steelers rookies to make it official when he was signed to a four-year contract.
Danny Smith talks Antonio Brown and roles for rookies.
Following the 2016 NFL Draft, special teams coordinator Danny Smith talked about the qualities he looks for in a returner. He rattled off a long list, stating that he makes sure any player the Steelers consider check those boxes.
Fourth-year OLB showing Steelers what he can during OTAs.
For what it's worth, outside linebackers coach Joey Porter has seen what he wanted to see from outside linebacker Ryan Shazier during OTAs.
Offensive coordinator Todd Haley on offensive firepower, RBs & more.
Last year the Steelers' offense averaged 26.4 points per game in the regular season. Not a bad number at all. But that wasn't the goal. Offensive coordinator Todd Haley set the goal at 30 points a game last year, and it's the same this year. Having success in the red zone definitely will help them achieve that goal.
Steelers sign No. 1 pick
CB Artie Burns, the team's first-round pick, signed a four-year deal.
Life has been an exciting whirlwind for Artie Burns since the Steelers selected him in the first round of the NFL Draft, and that continued when the rookie was signed to a four-year contract today.
The first practice open to the public will be held on Friday, July 29.
The Steelers announced their complete 2016 training camp schedule.
Rookie TE Paul Lang knows there is no place like home.
Paul Lang is no different than other kids who grew up in Pittsburgh. He watched the Steelers every Sunday, cheered for his hometown team, and even had a few jerseys, including Heath Miller, Troy Polamalu and Ben Roethlisberger.
The veteran wide receiver has embraced a whatever-it-takes role with the Steelers.
It's taken a while, but Darrius Heyward-Bey has finally found an NFL home.
The Steelers left the field for the bowling alley on Monday for their seventh OTA session.
Steelers' players expected to be on the field on Monday, sweating it out during their seventh day of OTAs.