Draft Prospects: Toney Clemons could provide late round value for the Steelers
We’re finally in the month of April, arguably the most important month in the offseason for any team as the NFL draft gets closer by the day. The Steelers, as per usual, are quiet during the free agency period. They take care of their in house players by offering tenders to those they want to keep and move forward with draft preparations.
The wide receiver position, as early as last year, seemed to be full of promise for the future. Now it’s one that is definitely in question. There’s no need to keep beating the Mike Wallace dead horse; he’s still a Steeler and likely will remain so for at least 2012. He’ll eventually sign his 1 yr. offer and with any luck the team will be able to get him signed long term during training camp or preseason. Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders are still under contract for now and this offseason should be a lesson that even the highest rated restricted player rarely draws significant interest from other teams. Both Brow...
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