Changes along the offensive trenches might still need some upgrades
Offensive line (9): Dan Moore Jr., Isaac Seumalo, Mason Cole, James Daniels, Chuks Okorafor, Broderick Jones, Nate Herbig, Kevin Dotson, Ryan McCollum
The starting five from last year mostly stays intact here other than Isaac Seumalo taking over the left guard spot. Broderick Jones will start at some point this season, but its not likely to happen for the first couple of weeks into the season. Unless injury happens, that will be the starting five that fans will watch in the trenches on week one and likely beyond that.
That leaves Jones as the swing tackle on this team, but that could also make the Steelers feel like they need to keep someone like Le'Raven Clark to be in that spot so Jones can focus on the left side. That situation would likely make Kevin Dotson's spot more flexible. Nate Herbig sticks around for some interior depth along the offensive line.
Kendrick Green fails to make this team after losing his backup spot to Ryan McCollum, who has improved since joining the team. Overall, it would be beneficial to this roster if they were able to go out and find some finds after final cuts roll through. The depth at guard is strong and tackle is not the worst depth that the club has seen in recent years, but some areas need upgrades.
Center is a spot that could look to add a waiver pickup or two come final cuts when clubs need to get down to a 53-man roster. McCollum could show in training camp that he is the guy behind Mason Cole going forward, but that would be a risky move. Expect some movement there and potentially at tackle if Clark is not able to show enough this pre-season.