Mike Wallace, the Pittsburgh Steelers' best deep threat for the past few years, is a free agent. Given the way his season played out in 2012 and the holdout that preceded it, there's no chance he dons the 17 jersey for Pittsburgh again.
One potential replacement is Scouting Combine star Tavon Austin. His speed, deft receiving skills and ability to impact a game as both an offensive threat and a special teams contributor make him attractive to any team looking to add some scoring.
Scoring more points is certainly a priority after the Steelers ranked in the bottom-half of the league in offense last year.
Austin would be an instant upgrade over Emmanuel Sanders, who is excellent in the slot, and possibly even Antonio Brown, the team's other starter.
He will be available in the middle of the first round, but it may be more advantageous to Pittsburgh to trade back several spots and try to grab him at the bottom of the round while accumulating more picks to fill more holes.