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Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Pittsburgh Steelers' Top 3 Picks
Sue Ogrocki
Is Justin Gilbert the best option for the Steelers in the first round?

After two consecutive missed playoff appearances, the 2014 offseason is a critical one for the Pittsburgh Steelers. They have already made several big moves in free agency and will use the NFL draft to help position the roster to get back into playoff contention.

General manager Kevin Colbert has nine selections to work with in what he calls the deepest draft hes seen in 30 years.

While each selection in the draft is important, those made in the first three rounds will have the best opportunity to contribute this year. That means that Colbert must make the most of these choices.

In recent years, Colbert has found quality starters early in the draft with players such as Maurkice Pouncey, Cameron Heyward, David DeCastro, Jason Worilds and Marcus Gilbert. But with disappointments including Mike Adams and Curtis Brown, there is always room for improvement.

What will the 2014 NFL draft bring the Steelers? We will have to wait and see, but here is a preview of the best- and worst-case scenarios for the Steelers as they make their first three picks in the draft.

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