The NFL Draft has come and passed. The selections have been made, undrafted free agents are being courted and signed, and training camp is only months away. This is as good a time as any to look at the Steelers roster again, post-NFL Draft.
Many experts believe the Pittsburgh Steelers were once again one of the big winners in the draft.
With the acquisitions of Stanford Guard, David DeCastro, and Ohio State tackle, Mike Adams, Pittsburgh improved its offensive line immensely.
Nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu should be a big contributor this year, competing with and learning from Casey Hampton. Also, running back Chris Rainey looking to get carries.
Couple these impact players with the UFAs that the Steelers have signed, and you get a team that is already noticeably better than it was a week ago.
Here is a breakdown of each position, with previous grades and post-draft grades.