The Steelers could use a potential upgrade at tackle behind the starters
Offensive tackle is another spot that might have some question marks especially if certain injuries occur. If both Dan Moore Jr. and Chuks Okorafor miss time with injury at the same time, the Steelers will be in a pinch. They brought in Le'Raven Clark this past offseason to provide quality depth as the fourth tackle option for the Steelers.
It seems like Dylan Cook will get that final roster spot to at least start, but that could change quickly. Spencer Anderson has played multiple spots across the offensive line during training camp and the preseason. It seems like he should be able to make the initial 53-man roster upon writing this article. There are potential upgrades out there.
Rumor has it that the Cincinnati Bengals could cut La'el Collins because of his massive price tag. He has not lived up to that with the Bengals and would be an interesting option for the Steelers if they could ship out someone like Okorafor via trade. It would not be a depth move like these other options named below.
Yosh Nijman is also rumored to be on the chopping block. but this time it is with the Green Bay Packers. He has played mostly tackle in the NFL, but he could always be pushed into guard if certain situations happened. David Quessenberry might be the most attractive option for the Steelers with the amount of NFL experience he carries with him. He was just released earlier today.