Seems that just like Keenan Lewis, Worilds and Heyward will get their shot to finally prove themselves in their contract years. If they turn out to perform really well, we won't be able to afford them....something needs to change.
As for Worilds, he's seemingly always hurt. Last year was a big opportunity for him to prove himself, but he wasn't healthy to start the year.
So if the player takes a long time to finally start, its on them....not the system or the coaching....gotcha.
Do the Steelers miss on a few players? Yes they do. But it happens to every team. The only player that seemed to be really good that we lost young was Vrabel. The linemen Urbik was also a loss. But there are not many I remember.
This board has been grumpy this off season!
Cortez Allen, playing in the same secondary, with the same coaches and the same system, contributed more early in his career relative to Lewis