4 tight end prospects the Steelers should be watching at the NFL Draft Combine

The Pittsburgh Steelers are fresh off of a rough 2019 NFL season that saw them play the majority of the year without Ben Roethlisberger due to an elbow injury. Gone are the days of the “Killer B’s” now that Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are no longer with the franchise.

Mike Tomlin put together one of his finest coaching jobs in 2019. Even without Big Ben, the Steelers were competitive all the way through the final week of the regular season. Even in the midst of adversity, the Steelers were still a tight-knitted group of players.

Looking ahead at the upcoming offseason, the Steelers need to make an addition or two in order to get back into playoff contention. One position of need this offseason will be tight end.

Thankfully, the 2020 NFL Draft has a few tight ends that could be worth looking into for Pittsburgh. Whether they are first-round talents or mid-round talents, the Steelers can upgrade the tight end position in the draft.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at three four ends the Steelers should be watching in the upcoming NFL Draft Combine.

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