WR 1 - Mike Wallace
WR 2 - Hines Ward
WR 3 - Emmanuel Sanders
WR 4 - Antonio Brown
WR 5 - Limas Sweed
Mike Wallace has a LOCK on the top WR position, while Ward is more than capable of handling the #2 spot.
Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio Brown have proven beyond a doubt that they are more than capable of the 3/4 WR spots.
As for #5, and I KNOW I am going to take heat for this, is going to be Limas Sweed.
Yes, I know, Sweed has had numerous chances.
Yes, I know, Tyler Grisham is having a great camp.
Yes, I know, I know, I know.
The fact is, the #5 on the depth chart is going to have to be someone that will contribute on special teams, and be a player that is not going to see a lot of reps during the game.
Sweed will be better at that than Grisham.
Not only that, Grisham has already hit his talent ceiling, while Sweed COULD develop into a solid player.
Over his two seasons in the NFL, Sweed has been injured. Now that the injury bug COULD be gone, I think the Steelers are better served keeping someone that could still develop into a consistent red zone weapon, than a player that will struggle against dime defenses.