Predicting Mike Tomlin's first depth chart ahead of Steelers as training camp

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Steelers OL depth chart predictions

One thing that normally happens this time of year is immediate up and arms from the fanbase once the initial depth chart is revealed. Do not be shocked when Tomlin and company have certain veterans above some new players on this club. That is how things start and normally the better players work their way up to bigger roles.

First team: Dan Moore Jr. (LT), Isaac Seumalo (LG), Mason Cole (OC), James Daniels (RG), Chuks Okorafor(RT)

Again, do not expect a bunch of changes on the offensive line to start the pre-season, but change could come later. Isaac Seumalo is the only different starter along the five as he takes over the left guard spot that used to belong to Kevin Dotson. There will be some interesting battles to watch in camp when it comes to roster positioning.

Second team: Broderick Jones (LT), Kevin Dotson (LG), Kendrick Green (OC), Nate Herbig (RG), Le'Raven Clark (RT)

Broderick Jones will start on the second team but could drop to the third team initially if Le'Raven Clark can play on the left side. Kendrick Green is the backup center and can move over to guard as well, but he has an uphill battle to make this team. Other than Green, this is a strong second unit behind the starters.

Third team: Dylan Cook (LT), William Dunkle (LG), Ryan McCollum (OC), Spencer Anderson (OC/RG), Jarrid Williams (RT)

Both tackles have very little chance of making the roster and will likely only play the tail end of pre-season games. Ryan McCollum is an interesting guy entering camp as he could become the prime backup at center if he can show enough. Spencer Anderson is another interesting player as he can play multiple positions, but he needs quality snaps.