3 players the Pittsburgh Steelers should move on from this offseason

Sep 24, 2018; Tampa, FL, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Vance McDonald (89) stiff arms Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety Chris Conte (23) during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports

Although the Pittsburgh Steelers had a disappointing season in 2019, their young nucleus of players all gained valuable experience and could potentially take a big leap forward next year.

With such a young core group of players to build around, expect Pittsburgh to cut some of the older veterans in order to free up cap space for potential free agents.

Not every veteran player on the Steelers is expendable, though, as quarterback Ben Roethlisberger seems primed for another year or two in the black and yellow. But, there will certainly be a handful of older players who could be looking for a new team this offseason.

Here are three of those vets who the Steelers should part ways with.


  1. Donte Moncrief was cut November 2, 2019. If you don’t know anything about the team, then keep your thoughts to yourself.

  2. What research did you do?? Moncrief was cut during the season and Alualu had his best season as a Steeler last year. May be getting older but sill should have another year as a solid backup.

  3. So, Tyson had a great pff rating and Moncrief was cut during the season, great article otherwise?

  4. Who the hell wrote this crap? You do know Donte Moncrief was cut half way through the season?

  5. Ummm, apparently the author has absolutely no idea what goes on in Pittsburgh. Moncrief was cut halfway through the season. Alualu had a great year backing up for oft injured Tuitt and with Hargrave likely leaving via free agency, he’s next man up at a reasonable price. I think many fans do agree with the Vance McDonald choice, though, not worth the cap hit.

  6. Who writes this stuff,moncrief is all ready on another team and Tyson had a career year.i could write more accurately

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