The Pittsburgh Steelers have a deep group of tight ends and wide receivers.
These positions are a healthy mix of experienced veterans as well as youth with potential. Despite the depth, the drop-off in talent beyond the starters is pretty significant.
Heath Miller is continuing to develop into one of the best all-around tight ends in the league. The depth behind him are effective in their respective roles, but none have starting potential.
At wide receiver, Hines Ward is an all-time great and Mike Wallace has the potential to be one of the best playmakers in the league.
However, behind these two, the Steelers are crowded with third and fourth receivers who would set back the offense if they have to step in.
In spite of this, there is a positive outlook for both of these positions entering the 2010 season, and there should be plenty of competition come camp time to earn their places on the depth chart.