One player from every NFL team Steelers must try to obtain

  • Could Steelers poach an athletic developmental QB?
  • Some high picks that haven't worked out for other teams could be added depth for Pittsburgh
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Steelers target from Saints: IOL Billy Price

A name I frankly wish the Steelers would have just signed outright; Billy Price is an established veteran with a lot of experience. While he was a high-round bust for the Bengals, he has gone on to be a good spot starter and valuable backup. Despite his noted struggles, he still finds chances to start in the NFL.

The Saints just recently added Price to their roster, and while he is a veteran presence, his roster spot is far from locked. New Orleans has some interior depth behind their starters, and Price will be a bit behind the ball once he joins the team.

Given his experience and ability to mainly play center but chip in at either guard spot, he would be a welcome addition to the depth chart. He would give the team a viable replacement if injuries were to strike at center for a cheap price. If he doesn’t make the Saints' final roster, Price should be a quick add to this team.

Others considered: DB Ugo Amadi

Another slot option, Ugo Amadi has become a bit of a journeyman in the league. Despite his inability to find a permanent home, he has consistently been a fixture on defenses. If he fails to make the Saints roster, the Steelers would be a logical home.