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Aug 2015


First Player Depth Chart Released By Steelers

First Player Depth Chart Released By Steelers
Steelers Depth Chart
A few weeks into training camps and the Pittsburgh Steelers have released their first player depth charts, and as many fans would agree, it looks like the perfect roster for the upcoming season. Take a look at the offense, defense, and special teams charts, and see which players are in first, second, or third team.

OFFENSE

POS First Team Second Team Third Team
QB Ben Roethlisberger Bruce Gradkowski Landry Jones
WR1 Antonio Brown Martavis Bryant Sammie Coates
WR2 Markus Wheaton Darrius Heyward-Bey C.J. Goodwin
RB Le’Veon Bell DeAngelo Williams Dri Archer
TE Heath Miller Matt Spaeth Jesse James
LT Kelvin Beachum Mike Adams Kevin Whimpey
LG Ramon Foster Chris Hubbard Reese Dismukes
C Maurkice Pouncey Cody Wallace B.J. Finney
RG David DeCastro Miles Dieffenbach Collin Rahrig
RT Marcus Gilbert Alejandro Villanueva Mitchell Van Dyk
FB Will Johnson Roosevelt Nix

DEFENSE

POS First Team Second Team Third Team
LDE Cameron Heyward Cam Thomas Matt Conrath
NT Steve McLendon Daniel McCullers Mike Thornton
RDE Stephon Tuitt Clifton Geathers Joe Kruger
LOLB Arthur Moats Bud Dupree Anthony Chickillo
LILB Ryan Shazier Sean Spence Terence Garvin
RILB Lawrence Timmons Vince Williams Jordan Zumwalt
ROLB Jarvis Jones James Harrison Howard Jones
LCB William Gay Antwon Blake Kevin Fogg
FS Mike Mitchell Robert Golden Gerod Holliman
SS Shamarko Thomas Will Allen Ross Ventrone
RCB Cortez Allen Brandon Boykin B.W. Webb

SPECIAL TEAMS

POS First Team Second Team Third Team
P Brad Wing Jordan Berry
K Shaun Suisham
LS Greg Warren
H Brad Wing
KR Markus Wheaton Dri Archer Josh Harris
PR Antonio Brown Dri Archer Markus Wheaton
There are hardly any surprises with the current player roster, but there are a few including the fat that undrafted rookie Mile Dieffenbach is on the second team. Be sure to use this when picking some of the best Steelers players or if you are predicting their season record when the 2015 season starts. Read The Article