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Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Myles Jack (51). Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports /

Myles Jack brings pedigree to a questionable linebacker group

Myles Jack has been one of the top names at linebacker since he entered the league coming out of UCLA. He was a part of some of the best defenses in the NFL in Jacksonville before they disbanded and sent some of those top names elsewhere. Jack was one of the few names to stay and his play suffered ever since.

Many do question if this player is washed up now, but his game should come back to form here. He has all the tools at his disposal to get his career right back on track and turn the clock back some. He has coaching and the supporting cast around him that should be able to make his play above the line.

He will be playing alongside Devin Bush, who will also be trying to prove himself in the NFL. These two could become one of the best duos in the middle of any NFL club. Most of this excitement is based on potential but Jack still has enough youth on his side that his game can be turned around.

He is a fast linebacker that can help any defense in all facets of their game. He should also be able to raise the play of Bush as well with his teaching and leadership in the room. This will be a fun player to monitor throughout the year and should be someone that fans start to like more as the season goes on.