The Steelers are two days away from starting training camp and they're still reshuffling the offensive line. Going into the 2021 season the biggest weakness for the Pittsburgh Steelers will be their offensive line after losing veterans Maurkice Pouncey, Matt Feiler, Alejandro Villanueva, and David DeCastro. Adrian Klemm is looking to get younger this season while bringing a different physicality to the Steelers line.
Pittsburgh signed Melvin Ingram yesterday, but quietly signed former Colts OT Chaz Green who was a third-round pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Green played three seasons with the Cowboys and appeared in 18 games with six starts. He also played for the Saints, Raiders, Colts, and Broncos. So Green is considered to be a 'journeyman.'
After the Steelers signed Melvin Ingram and Chaz Green they released linebacker Calvin Bundage and offensive tackle Jarron Jones. Bundage was an undrafted free agent and Jones was on the Steelers practice squad last season.