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With the departure of Keenan Lewis, who signed in New Orleans after not receiving an offer from Pittsburgh, the Steelers are a little thin at the cornerback position.
The current roster would feature Ike Taylor and Cortez Allen as the starters, newly-signed William Gay in the nickel and Curtis Brown leading the backups.
This is a very thin depth chart, and the Steelers could use another developmental prospect after Brown's disappointing tenure.
Trufant is a physical corner who can cover and make plays. He has a similar style to Ike Taylor and could eventually become the starter, either opposite Allen when Taylor retires or opposite Taylor if Allen leaves.
Odds are set at 15 percent because the need at corner doesn't seem to be as pressing as at other spots and because Pittsburgh rarely addresses their secondary in the first round.