Steelers First Official Depth Chart Released

By Justin McGonigle

Today, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced their first official depth chart via A quick run down of the depth chart didn’t exactly throw any surprises at anyone familiar with the 2018 team.

The Steelers added linebacker Mark Barron during the off-season before drafting Devin Bush. While Bush is sure to see a bunch of first team reps, it was Barron listed as the starter. It’ll be Bush before it’s over, though.

Cornerback Steve Nelson was the other big name addition to the defensive side of the ball. He’s listed as the starting corner opposite of Joe Haden.

Mike Hilton remains the starting nickel or slot cornerback. The shadow of Cam Sutton who is having his best training camp may be lurking behind him though.

Replacing the artist formerly known as Antonio Brown was Donte Moncrief. Moncrief was listed opposite of JuJu Smith-Schuster.

There was no definite slot receiver listed on this depth chart.

The rest of the starting lineups remained the same on both sides of the ball.

One thing of note was Jerald Hawkins being listed behind Zach Banner at right tackle.

For the full depth chart, see below (click on image(s) to enlarge):





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