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Posté 04 December 2019 - 06:43 AM

The 2019 NFL Draft is in the books Jerome Bettis Jersey , and time to take a look at the players the Steelers added throughout the 7-round process." have completed the 7-round process called the 2019 NFL Draft. While teams will continue to add Undrafted Free Agents (UDFA), it is time to recap who the teams collected during the draft.While some fans are die hard draftniks, others simply wait to see who their favorite team added. For those who just want to know who the Steelers drafted, what position and where they came is your list.2019 NFL Draft ResultsRound 1 - Devin Bush, ILB, MichiganSimon ChesterRound 2 - Traded to DenverRound 3 - Diontae Johnson, WR, ToledoSimon ChesterRound 3 - Justin Layne, CB James Conner Jersey , Michigan StateSimon ChesterRound 4 - Benny Snell Jr., RB, KentuckySimon ChesterRound 5 - Zach Gentry, TE, MichiganSimon ChesterRound 6 - Sutton Smith, LB, Northern IllinoisSimon ChesterRound 6 - Isaiah Buggs, DT, AlabamaSimon ChesterRound 6 - Ulysees Gilbert III, LB, AkronSimon ChesterRound 7 - Derwin Gray https://www.thesteel...-edmunds-jersey , G, MarylandSimon ChesterThe Draft may be over, but the analysis is just beginning. Make sure you stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news, rumors and updates surrounding the black-and-gold as they press on towards the 2019 NFL regular season. The Steelers’ rookies took the field for the first time in black-and-gold in Day 1 of rookie minicamp."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsSteelers Film Room2018 NFL Draft AnalysisLatest NewsLatest NewsSteelers Rookie Minicamp Recap, Day 1: Devin Bush every bit of the leader he was labeledNew,24commentsThe Steelers’ rookies took the field for the first time in black-and-gold in Day 1 of rookie minicamp.EDTShareTweetShareShareSteelers Rookie Minicamp Recap, Day 1: Devin Bush every bit of the leader he was labeledKim Klement-USA TODAY SportsThe Pittsburgh Steelers were back on the field Friday at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex, but they didn’t have their full compliment of players in uniform. No, it was just the rookies participating during Day 1 of Rookie Minicamp Friday.Considering this is the first time the media, and fans, have gotten to see the newest members of the 90-man roster Womens Terrell Edmunds Jersey , there was plenty of news to decipher after the players ended practice.In this recap we will give the majority of credit to those who were there by just highlighting the content which we are sharing.With that said, let’s get to the news of Day 1 of Rookie Minicamp:Early defensive leaderEveryone leading up to the 2019 NFL Draft said Devin Bush is a leader in every possible way, and this held true for his first practice as a professional. Bush was calling the defenses, but was extremely vocal on Day 1. It is early, but a good sign early for the prized rookie of the 2019 draft class.Welcome to Benny Snell FootballBenny Snell doesn’t lack confidence. This fact was known well before the draft commenced, but Snell didn’t shy away from any questions when he met with media after practice Friday. He talked about playing ‘Benny Snell’ football, and what that means...Just the factsAs expected, Devin Bush was swarmed by media at the conclusion of practice, and he didn’t have much to say. He was confident, smart and knew how to word his answers properly. A good start for Bush both on and off the field.Justin Layne talksLayne talked about attending Michigan State, growing up in Cleveland as a Browns fan and playing against Devin Bush. Let’s just say he is happy to have Bush on his side for once...No. 84 already dished outWell T. J. Watt Jersey White , didn’t take long for the equipment crew to hand out No. 84...No team drills for Diontae JohnsonFor some reason the third round wide receiver didn’t participate in team drills today, but said it wasn’t due to injury. We shall see what Days 2 and 3 hold for the former Toledo product.The number struggle for rookies is realBenny Snell wanted No. 26. He didn’t care about Le’Veon Bell, or any type of legacy attached to the number, but he wasn’t able to get it since Mark Barron, a veteran, got dibs on the number.Locker Room NewsFor those who care about where players lockers are in the team’s locker room...Video / Photos

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