Many of these first-round cuts are fairly obvious. Players are brought in who weren't drafted and who by all accounts are long shots. These players have the mindset that they will do all they can to try and make the team, and if not, show other teams their worth.
On the other side you have the core of veterans who are going to make this team. These are players who are returning starters, and their positions are not in question.
In between these two groups you have the bubble players. They are typically either aging veterans fighting to stay on the team or youngsters trying to sell the team on potential.
Here are five of those bubble players the Steelers are going to have to consider with these rounds of cuts.