5 receivers Steelers should sign if Washington is traded

Golden Tate #15 of the New York Giants. (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images)
Golden Tate #15 of the New York Giants. (Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images) /
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Wide receiver Emanuel Hall #84 of the Missouri Tigers (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images) /

Steelers should sign Hall

If the Steelers wanted to add another body that is more question mark than anything (like most of the options currently on the roster) then Emanuel Hall could be an intriguing fit. Undrafted out of Missouri in 2019, Hall spent the past few years in Washington’s camp where injuries ultimately caused him to never see the field. That said, he has the traits to succeed.

Known for his size and speed, Hall was a premier deep threat while at Missouri. The Steelers expressed interest in him during the pre-draft process but ultimately didn’t need another receiver after drafting Diontae Johnson in the third round. He hasn’t seen a pro field yet in the regular season but adding him could at least give the team another option going forward.

The cost would be for the minimum, and while the end results likely wouldn’t be too significant, the team has had late offseason additions make the roster before. If Washington leaves and the team wants another deep threat, Hall could be a nice option to feel out. There are much better names on the market, but if the Steelers wanted to keep the competition between relative unknowns, Hall would make a lot of sense.