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5 Moves Pittsburgh Steelers Should Have Made This Offseason

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5 Moves Pittsburgh Steelers Should Have Made This Offseason
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are a team often resistant to change, but that was not the case this offseason. With more than a dozen transactions between their roster and coaching staff, the Steelers appear to be an improved team for 2014.

One of their biggest moves came on their coaching staff, as Mike Tomlin hired Mike Munchak as offensive line coach. They upgraded the speed in their secondary with Mike Mitchell and added the veteran Lance Moore to help guide a young receiving corps.

Even the draft appears strong on paper. Ryan Shazier adds an incredible amount of speed and playmaking ability to the inside of the defense. Meanwhile, Stephon Tuitt will bring size and power to the defensive end position left vacated due to free-agent losses.

But even with all of the moves, have the Steelers done enough?

As training camp approaches, let’s take a look back at the offseason and five realistic moves that would have put the Steelers in a better situation heading into the 2014 season.

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