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Updating the Steelers offensive depth chart ahead of 2023 training camp

As the Pittsburgh Steelers had a very intriguing offseason as general manager Omar Khan finished out his first year on the job. Looking specifically at the offensive side of the ball, the Steelers have officially added new players into the mix throughout free agency, the draft, signing undrafted rookie free agents, and even via trade.

Since the team is mostly filled out and ready to head into training camp, let’s look at the Steelers offensive depth chart by position.


Kenny Pickett
Mitch Trubisky
Mason Rudolph
Tanner Morgan


Najee Harris
Jaylen Warren
Anthony McFarland
Jason Huntley
Alfonzo Graham
Darius Hagans


Connor Heyward+
Monte Pottebaum


Diontae Johnson
George Pickens
Allen Robinson
Miles Boykin
Cody White
Calvin Austin III
Gunner Olszewski
Hakeem Butler
Ja’Marcus Bradley
Dan Chisena
Dez Fitzpatrick
Jordan Byrd++


Pat Freiermuth
Zach Gentry
Darnell Washington
Connor Heyward+
Rodney Williams


Chukwuma Okorafor
Dan Moore Jr.
Broderick Jones
La’Raven Clark
Dylan Cook
Jarrid Williams


Isaac Seumalo
James Daniels
Mason Cole
Kevin Dotson
Nate Herbig
Kendrick Green
Ryan McCollum
William Dunkle
Spencer Anderson

*Due to position versatility at guard and center, both were grouped together as interior offensive linemen

+Connor Heyward is listed on as a TE/FB, hence why he was included in both groups.

++Jordan Byrd is listed on as a WR/RS (return specialist).

The Steelers have filled out their offensive position groups quite nicely when it comes strictly to the numbers as they have 43 offensive players heading into training camp. Whether or not the players they have at each position is the quality needed for success remains to be seen and up for debate. While these are the players the Steelers are starting with for training camp, the likelihood of these names remaining constant throughout the preseason is very low as players will be on and off the 90-man roster.

So what position group stands out as having more players than necessary? Which ones do you think the Steelers still may have the most concerns? Make sure to give your thoughts in the comments below.


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