Steelers Final Mock Offseason: Pittsburgh stays busy with massive moves in 2024

The Steelers were able to get bold in this final mock offseason before free agency starts

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Pittsburgh starts this Mock Offseason by signing some Free Agents on Offense

Let's get this one out of the way as Mason Rudolph is re-signed to a two-year deal. Not many are going to like the idea of having Rudolph and Kenny Pickett as the two options to start, but it is probably the most realistic outcome. Hopefully, the Steelers can find upgrades over Rudolph and Pickett as the starters, but this offseason just worked out that way.

We finally get an upgrade for the Steelers on offense as they sign Aaron Brewer to a three-year contract that pays him a little over five million per season. He has become a good run blocker at the center position, but his pass blocking could be concerning. Brewer remains an upgrade over Cole and Pittsburgh wanted to limit the number of needs they had entering the draft.

A nice little signing here as the black and gold sign Noah Brown to fill out their slot role. The same day they re-signed Robinson to a cheap deal too. That provides them with depth and different options. Brown will be the starting slot receiver with Robinson coming back in a depth role. He can provide depth in the slot and on the outside.

Some extra depth to finish the free agency portion on the offensive side of the ball. Pittsburgh gets Chris Hubbard to return to Pittsburgh after many years away from the team. He will battle for the starting right tackle job, but he can also be quality depth at tackle and guard. Josh Dobbs also returns to the Steelers on a cheap one-year deal as the third quarterback.