This is part of a series of videos grading NFL teams' offseasons, from the opening of free agency to the end of the draft, up through OTAs and minicamps.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have long been known for allowing aging veterans to walk in free agency and then filling the void with players they've drafted and developed.
This is the offseason where that philosophy gets tested to its core. Lots of talent has gone out the door the last two years. It's time for the young players on this team to step up, including this year's rookie class.
In the video above, I give my grades for free agency and the draft, as well as the team's offseason overall.
Let us know in the comments below where you agree or disagree and what kind of grade you would give the Steelers for their work this offseason.
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