2013 NFL Scouting Combine Workout Schedule & The Steelers Top 5 Positional Needs

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Just in case some of you readers did not know, The N.F.L. Scouting Combine workouts will be taking place in Indianapolis over the next few days.  The ever-important workout sessions begin this Saturday (February 23rd), and last until next Tuesday (February 26th).  The momentous N.F.L. event represents one of the best chances for N.F.L. Draft-hopefuls to put their skills on display, and drive their “draft stock” up in the process.  So today I thought that I would take the opportunity to list the full “Combine Schedule” for you interested readers.

2011 3rd Round pick Curtis Brown. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

As a bonus though,  I thought that I would take the time to discuss which needs I believe that the Steelers must find a way to fill during this offseason.  But first, here is the Combine Workout Schedule:

 

February 23rd

(Tight Ends, Offensive Linemen, Specialists)

 

February 24th

(Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers)

 

February 25th

(Defensive Linemen, Linebackers)

 

February 26th

(Defensive Backs)

 

But enough about the Workout schedule.  I’m sure that some of you are interested in reading which positional areas the Steelers most need to upgrade this offseason are:

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Topics: 2013 NFL Draft, 2013 Scouting Combine, Pittsburgh Steelers, Running Back, Terrible Defense, Wide Receivers

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  • Craig

    I have little doubt that Breaston is coming to the team. His numbers are actually very productive pre-Crennel. There were personal issues between the two there that caused him to be off the field. I agree we don’t need another slot guy. But, he could replace Cotch if he comes.

  • Craig

    Couple days ago I would have flipped Safety and ILB on your list. However, after hearing about Spence’s knee injury update (nerve damage to the knee) I fear he will never return. The Steelers need more depth and development at ILB post haste.