5 free agent tackles that the Steelers could sign in 2022
By Andrew Falce
Steelers could target Pryor
A name I would circle right now, Matt Pryor screams what the Steelers want in a tackle if they were to sign one. He is still relatively young, has good size, and should be extremely cheap for a starter. Pryor was initially drafted by the Eagles before being traded to the Colts, where he continued to play well.
While not a consistent starter yet, Pryor has been a key swing tackle for the Colts this season. As well, he did fill in and start in five games last season. That gives him 15 total starts over the past two seasons. He has the build the Steelers seemingly want in their tackle as well, as he is tall and well filled in.
While there is some projection with Pryor, as he has never been a true starter, he would be an interesting option to work with. Top tackles get paid well, but Pryor’s next deal should be far more reasonable. He has looked good in his role as of now. There is some risk and projection in adding him, but at his cost compared to others it is well worth it. Keep an eye on his name moving forward.