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Starters: Mike Wallace, Antonio Brown
Wallace and Brown are also virtually guaranteed spots. Wallace holding out is about the only thing that could possibly change that situation.
That doesn't seem likely.
The Steelers know how to handle these things.
Brown had a Pro Bowl season last year, his first as a starter. He is a better player than Wallace and can bring more to the table. He's poised for another huge year as well.
The fact that he's also playing for a contract won't hurt one bit. The combination of these two and Ben Roethlisberger will again be deadly.
3rd and 4th Receivers: Emmanuel Sanders, Jerricho Cotchery
Sanders is a do-it-all guy like Brown and he will, if healthy, make a huge difference in this offense. He should be able to go over the middle and also run deep routes.
His athleticism makes him very valuable. His speed and intelligence make him a guy who could be a starter on other teams.
His health, however, keeps him a question mark.
Cotchery is a possession guy who will be huge in the red zone.
Fourth receiver in Pittsburgh doesn't relegate anyone to bench duty. It means he's behind other great players.
The Steelers have run a lot of three and four-receiver sets and that should continue. Cotchery and Sanders may also be interchangeable in the slot.