Pittsburgh Steelers Roster 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers Roster

8-8, 2nd AFC North

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6:00 pm GMT, 12/29

Going 9-6-1 in the 2018/19 campaign, the Steelers just missed playoff contention behind the 10-6 Ravens. As the Ravens and Browns (yes, the Browns) continue to get better, it seems the days of the Steelers having a cake walk into the post season are over. Not that they didn't have to before, but if they want a spot in the postseason this year, they'll really have to earn it. With some moves happening in the offseason, the Steelers will look slightly different taking the field this year. They're still in a good position to make a playoff run, it's just not as much of a shoe-in as it has been in years past.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Ben Roethlisberger
Ben Roethlisberger B. Roethlisberger
7
84
#10 QB 6'5" 240 38 3/2/82 17 2004 1 11 Miami (Ohio)
QB
Devlin Hodges
Devlin Hodges D. Hodges
6
73
#41 QB 6'1" 210 23 4/12/96 2 2019 Samford
QB
Paxton Lynch
Paxton Lynch P. Lynch
0
71
#71 QB 6'7" 244 26 2/12/94 4 2016 1 26 Memphis
QB
Mason Rudolph
Mason Rudolph M. Rudolph
2
67
#81 QB 6'5" 235 24 7/17/95 3 2018 3 76 Oklahoma State
QB
J.T. Barrett
J.T. Barrett J. Barrett
0
66
#86 QB 6'2" 225 25 1/23/95 1 2018 Ohio State
RB
James Conner
James Conner J. Conner
30
84
#21 RB 6'1" 233 24 5/5/95 4 2017 3 105 Pittsburgh
RB
Darrin Hall
Darrin Hall D. Hall
0
77
#47 RB 6'0" 225 23 9/6/96 1 2019 Pittsburgh
RB
Kerrith Whyte Jr.
Kerrith Whyte Jr. K. Whyte Jr.
40
77
#45 RB 5'10" 204 23 10/31/96 2 2019 7 222 Florida Atlantic
RB
Benny Snell Jr.
Benny Snell Jr. B. Snell Jr.
24
76
#60 RB 5'10" 224 22 2/27/98 2 2019 4 122 Kentucky
RB
Ralph Webb
Ralph Webb R. Webb
0
66
#141 RB 5'10" 200 25 11/21/94 1 2018 Vanderbilt
FB
Jaylen Samuels
Jaylen Samuels J. Samuels
38
65
#146 FB 6'0" 225 23 7/20/96 3 2018 5 165 North Carolina State
WR
JuJu Smith-Schuster
JuJu Smith-Schuster J. Smith-Schuster
19
89
#17 WR 6'1" 215 23 11/22/96 4 2017 2 62 USC
WR
Ryan Switzer
Ryan Switzer R. Switzer
10
76
#98 WR 5'8" 185 25 11/4/94 4 2017 4 133 North Carolina
WR
James Washington
James Washington J. Washington
13
74
#118 WR 5'11" 213 24 4/2/96 3 2018 2 60 Oklahoma State
WR
Amara Darboh
Amara Darboh A. Darboh
82
73
#217 WR 6'2" 215 26 2/1/94 3 2017 3 106 Michigan
WR
Diontae Johnson
Diontae Johnson D. Johnson
18
71
#178 WR 5'10" 183 23 7/5/96 2 2019 3 66 Toledo
WR
Jamal Custis
Jamal Custis J. Custis
0
70
#193 WR 6'5" 213 24 11/6/95 1 2019 Syracuse
WR
Quadree Henderson
Quadree Henderson Q. Henderson
0
68
#277 WR 5'8" 192 23 9/12/96 2 2018 Pittsburgh
WR
Deon Cain
Deon Cain D. Cain
17
65
#250 WR 6'2" 202 23 8/9/96 3 2018 6 185 Clemson
WR
Anthony Johnson
Anthony Johnson A. Johnson
0
63
#221 WR 6'2" 220 25 1/29/95 1 2014 Buffalo
TE
Vance McDonald
Vance McDonald V. McDonald
89
84
#15 TE 6'4" 267 29 6/13/90 8 2013 2 55 Rice
TE
Zach Gentry
Zach Gentry Z. Gentry
81
73
#72 TE 6'8" 265 23 9/10/96 2 2019 5 141 Michigan
TE
Christian Scotland-Williamson
Christian Scotland-Williamson C. Scotland-Williamson
49
69
#84 TE 6'9" 274 26 7/5/93 1 2018 No College
TE
Kevin Rader
Kevin Rader K. Rader
0
68
#132 TE 6'4" 250 24 4/26/95 1 2018 Youngstown State
TE
Trey Edmunds
Trey Edmunds T. Edmunds
0
60
#191 TE 6'2" 223 25 12/30/94 3 2017 Maryland
C
Maurkice Pouncey
Maurkice Pouncey M. Pouncey
53
86
#7 C 6'4" 304 30 7/24/89 11 2010 1 18 Florida
C
J.C. Hassenauer
J.C. Hassenauer J. Hassenauer
60
65
#77 C 6'2" 295 25 9/1/94 1 2018 Alabama
OG
David DeCastro
David DeCastro D. DeCastro
66
92
#2 OG 6'5" 316 30 1/11/90 9 2012 1 24 Stanford
OT
Alejandro Villanueva
Alejandro Villanueva A. Villanueva
78
83
#18 OT 6'9" 320 31 9/22/88 6 2014 Army
OT
Derwin Gray
Derwin Gray D. Gray
77
75
#62 OT 6'4" 320 24 5/10/95 1 2019 7 219 Maryland
OT
Chukwuma Okorafor
Chukwuma Okorafor C. Okorafor
76
66
#127 OT 6'6" 320 22 8/8/97 3 2018 3 92 Western Michigan
OT
Christian Dilauro
Christian Dilauro C. Dilauro
0
65
#179 OT 6'6" 300 25 11/11/94 1 2018 Illinois
DT
Chris Wormley
Chris Wormley C. Wormley
0
73
#93 DT 6'5" 300 26 10/25/93 4 2017 3 74 Michigan
DT
Isaiah Buggs
Isaiah Buggs I. Buggs
96
70
#80 DT 6'3" 295 23 8/24/96 2 2019 6 192 Alabama
DT
Henry Mondeaux
Henry Mondeaux H. Mondeaux
72
69
#65 DT 6'4" 280 24 9/19/95 1 2018 Oregon
DT
Dan Mccullers-sanders
Dan Mccullers-sanders D. Mccullers-sanders
93
68
6'7" 352 27 8/11/92 7 Tennessee
DT
Lavon Hooks
Lavon Hooks L. Hooks
95
68
#141 DT 6'3" 312 28 1/23/92 2 2015 Mississippi
DE
Cameron Heyward
Cameron Heyward C. Heyward
97
84
#12 DE 6'5" 295 30 5/6/89 10 2011 1 31 Ohio State
DE
Stephon Tuitt
Stephon Tuitt S. Tuitt
91
84
#20 DE 6'6" 303 26 5/23/93 7 2014 2 46 Notre Dame
DE
Bud Dupree
Bud Dupree B. Dupree
48
72
#79 DE 6'4" 269 27 2/12/93 6 2015 1 22 Kentucky
DE
Tyson Alualu
Tyson Alualu T. Alualu
94
70
#126 DE 6'3" 304 32 5/12/87 11 2010 1 10 California
LB
TJ Watt
TJ Watt T. Watt
90
83
#12 LB 6'4" 252 25 10/11/94 4 2017 1 30 Wisconsin
LB
Ulysees Gilbert III
Ulysees Gilbert III U. G. III
54
77
#22 LB 6'0" 230 22 8/9/97 2 2019 6 207 Akron
LB
Vince Williams
Vince Williams V. Williams
98
74
#45 LB 6'1" 233 30 12/27/89 8 2013 6 206 Florida State
LB
Devin Bush
Devin Bush D. Bush
55
74
#42 LB 5'11" 234 21 7/18/98 2 2019 1 10 Michigan
LB
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi O. Adeniyi
92
69
#116 LB 6'1" 248 22 9/12/97 3 2018 Toledo
LB
Tuzar Skipper
Tuzar Skipper T. Skipper
51
68
6'3" 246 24 6/5/95 2 2019 Toledo
LB
Robert Spillane
Robert Spillane R. Spillane
41
67
#19 LB 6'1" 229 24 12/14/95 2 2018 Western Michigan
CB
Joe Haden
Joe Haden J. Haden
23
86
#17 CB 5'11" 195 30 4/14/89 11 2010 1 7 Florida
CB
Justin Layne
Justin Layne J. Layne
31
76
#81 CB 6'2" 192 22 1/12/98 2 2019 3 83 Michigan State
CB
Steven Nelson
Steven Nelson S. Nelson
22
75
#97 CB 5'11" 194 27 1/22/93 6 2015 3 98 Oregon State
CB
Cameron Sutton
Cameron Sutton C. Sutton
20
71
#147 CB 5'11" 188 25 2/27/95 4 2017 3 94 Tennessee
CB
Alexander Myres
Alexander Myres A. Myres
0
68
5'11" 192 23 4/20/96 1 2019 Houston
SS
John Battle
John Battle J. Battle
0
68
6'0" 201 25 2/21/95 1 2019 LSU
FS
Minkah Fitzpatrick
Minkah Fitzpatrick M. Fitzpatrick
39
79
#18 FS 6'1" 207 23 11/17/96 3 2018 1 11 Alabama
FS
Terrell Edmunds
Terrell Edmunds T. Edmunds
34
75
#36 FS 6'1" 217 23 1/20/97 3 2018 1 28 Virginia Tech
FS
Jordan Dangerfield
Jordan Dangerfield J. Dangerfield
37
71
#52 FS 5'11" 199 29 12/25/90 4 2013 Towson
FS
Marcus Allen
Marcus Allen M. Allen
27
68
#71 FS 6'2" 215 23 8/7/96 2 2018 5 148 Penn State
FS
Tray Matthews
Tray Matthews T. Matthews
0
65
#84 FS 6'1" 213 25 10/18/94 1 2018 Auburn
LS
Kameron Canaday
Kameron Canaday K. Canaday
57 6'4" 245 27 8/20/92 4 2016 Portland State
P
Jordan Berry
Jordan Berry J. Berry
4
76
#14 P 6'5" 195 29 3/18/91 6 2015 Eastern Kentucky
PK
Chris Boswell
Chris Boswell C. Boswell
9
80
#10 PK 6'2" 185 29 3/16/91 6 2014 Rice

Top 3 Steelers Roster Questions of 2019-2020

What does losing Antonio Brown mean for the Steelers?

The Antonio Brown saga finally came to an end this offseason with the Steelers shipping him off the the Raiders for a third and fifth round draft pick. I see this deal being a win for both clubs, as Brown's time with the Steelers was more than up, and he needed a change of scenery. An All-Pro receiver can never hurt a team, though, and I believe he'll bring a lot of value to the Raiders on offense. That being said, Juju Smith-Schuster and Donte Moncrief will be expected to step up this year to carry the load Brown left behind. Despite all the drama surrounding Brown with the Steelers, he still performed incredible Bly well on the field and leaves a huge hole in his absence, with the Steelers and Roethlisberger having gotten used to having him lining up on their side.

What can we expect from the Steelers offensive line this year?

As of now, there are four spots on the Steelers offensive line that appear to be set in stone. It's currently David DeCastro at right guard, Maurkice Pouncey at center, Ramon Foster at left guard, and Alejandro Villanueva at left tackle. Between the four of them, they have 13 Pro Bowls and are thought of as the core pieces of one of the best pass-blocking lines in the NFL. BUT, the right tackle position and backup lineman spots are not yet defined. As of now, it seems like the completion is between Matt Feiler Chukwuma Okorafor. Feiler started 10 games last year and held his own, but he'll have to continue to prove himself in the pre-season if he wants to secure a starting spot in the first game of the season.

Will we see less passing production from Roethlisberger this season?

While there's no way to know for sure, I certainly think there will be a large drop off in Big Ben's passing yards this year. He posted a hefty 5,129 passing yards last year, but I don't think he'll get close to that again this year. First, he's getting up there in age. Father Time has, time and time again, shown he's undefeated (except maybe in the case of Brady and Brees). Just watching him play recently, you can tell his arm doesn't quite have the zip it used to. With Brown no longer on the team, he loses one of his main targets. While other receivers on the Steelers are still strong, I simply don't think Tomlin and the coaching staff are going to expect Big Ben to throw the ball that much this year. Instead, I think they'll rely more on the run game and short passes.