Pittsburgh Steelers Roster 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers Roster

1-0, 1st AFC North

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5:00 pm GMT , 9/20

While the Pittsburgh Steelers overachieved last year after Ben Roethlisberger went down in Week 1 for the season, they showed they needed a quarterback for the future. That wasn't addressed this offseason as they will hope for better help. Pittsburgh brought in Minkah Fitzpatrick last season giving up a first to the Miami Dolphins. This was a great move for the Steelers and it added top a top-two defense in the NFL. Now if the Steelers can stay healthy they have a great mix of young talent, especially in the receiving core with Diontae Johnson and James Washington coming off solid year one seasons with Mason Rudolph throwing to them.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB
Ben Roethlisberger
Ben Roethlisberger B. Roethlisberger
7
83
#12 QB 6'5" 241 38 3/2/82 17 2004 1 11 Miami University
QB
Joshua Dobbs
Joshua Dobbs J. Dobbs
5
67
#47 QB 6'3" 216 25 1/26/95 4 2017 4 135 Tennessee
QB
Mason Rudolph
Mason Rudolph M. Rudolph
2
67
#47 QB 6'5" 235 25 7/17/95 3 2018 3 76 Oklahoma State
RB
James Conner
James Conner J. Conner
30
79
#34 RB 6'1" 233 25 5/5/95 4 2017 3 105 Pittsburgh
RB
Benny Snell Jr.
Benny Snell Jr. B. Snell Jr.
24
74
#62 RB 5'10" 224 22 2/27/98 2 2019 4 122 Kentucky
RB
Anthony McFarland Jr.
Anthony McFarland Jr. A. McFarland Jr.
26
67
#116 RB 5'8" 208 22 3/4/98 0 2020 4 124 Maryland
FB
Derek Watt
Derek Watt D. Watt
44
70
#8 FB 6'2" 234 27 11/7/92 5 2016 6 198 Wisconsin
FB
Jaylen Samuels
Jaylen Samuels J. Samuels
38
70
#91 FB 5'11" 225 24 7/20/96 3 2018 5 165 North Carolina St
WR
JuJu Smith-Schuster
JuJu Smith-Schuster J. Smith-Schuster
19
83
#31 WR 6'1" 215 23 11/22/96 4 2017 2 62 USC
WR
James Washington
James Washington J. Washington
13
80
#49 WR 5'11" 213 24 4/2/96 3 2018 2 60 Oklahoma State
WR
Diontae Johnson
Diontae Johnson D. Johnson
18
74
#107 WR 5'10" 183 24 7/5/96 2 2019 3 66 Toledo
WR
Chase Claypool
Chase Claypool C. Claypool
11
67
#228 WR 6'4" 238 22 7/7/98 0 2020 2 49 Notre Dame
WR
Ray-Ray McCloud
Ray-Ray McCloud R. McCloud
14
67
#228 WR 5'9" 190 23 10/15/96 3 2018 6 187 Clemson
TE
Eric Ebron
Eric Ebron E. Ebron
85
85
#10 TE 6'4" 250 27 4/10/93 7 2014 1 10 North Carolina
TE
Vance McDonald
Vance McDonald V. McDonald
89
81
#17 TE 6'4" 267 30 6/13/90 8 2013 2 55 Rice
TE
Zach Gentry
Zach Gentry Z. Gentry
81
67
#124 TE 6'8" 262 24 9/10/96 2 2019 5 141 Michigan
C
Maurkice Pouncey
Maurkice Pouncey M. Pouncey
53
87
#3 C 6'4" 304 31 7/24/89 11 2010 1 18 Florida
C
J.C. Hassenauer
J.C. Hassenauer J. Hassenauer
60
67
#36 C 6'2" 299 26 9/1/94 1 2018 Alabama
OG
David DeCastro
David DeCastro D. DeCastro
66
93
#2 OG 6'5" 310 30 1/11/90 9 2012 1 24 Stanford
OG
Kevin Dotson
Kevin Dotson K. Dotson
69
67
#68 OG 6'4" 310 24 9/18/96 0 2020 4 135 Louisiana
OT
Alejandro Villanueva
Alejandro Villanueva A. Villanueva
78
79
#24 OT 6'9" 277 31 9/22/88 6 2014 Army
OT
Derwin Gray
Derwin Gray D. Gray
77
75
#34 OT 6'5" 336 25 5/10/95 1 2019 7 219 Maryland
OT
Matt Feiler
Matt Feiler M. Feiler
71
68
#67 OT 6'6" 330 28 7/7/92 4 2014 Bloomsburg
OT
Chukwuma Okorafor
Chukwuma Okorafor C. Okorafor
76
68
#67 OT 6'6" 320 23 8/8/97 3 2018 3 92 Western Michigan
OT
Jerald Hawkins
Jerald Hawkins J. Hawkins
65
67
#226 OT 6'6" 305 26 10/16/93 5 2016 4 123 LSU
DT
Chris Wormley
Chris Wormley C. Wormley
95
68
#80 DT 6'5" 297 26 10/25/93 4 2017 3 74 Michigan
DT
Carlos Davis
Carlos Davis C. Davis
73
67
#93 DT 6'2" 314 24 8/22/96 0 2020 7 232 Nebraska
DT
Isaiah Buggs
Isaiah Buggs I. Buggs
96
67
#93 DT 6'3" 306 24 8/24/96 2 2019 6 192 Alabama
DE
Cameron Heyward
Cameron Heyward C. Heyward
97
90
#3 DE 6'5" 294 31 5/6/89 10 2011 1 31 Ohio State
DE
Stephon Tuitt
Stephon Tuitt S. Tuitt
91
86
#12 DE 6'5" 304 27 5/23/93 7 2014 2 46 Notre Dame
DE
Bud Dupree
Bud Dupree B. Dupree
48
78
#34 DE 6'4" 269 27 2/12/93 6 2015 1 22 Kentucky
DE
Tyson Alualu
Tyson Alualu T. Alualu
94
74
#58 DE 6'2" 294 33 5/12/87 11 2010 1 10 California
LB
TJ Watt
TJ Watt T. Watt
90
87
#11 LB 6'4" 252 25 10/11/94 4 2017 1 30 Wisconsin
LB
Vince Williams
Vince Williams V. Williams
98
77
#49 LB 6'1" 233 30 12/27/89 8 2013 6 206 Florida State
LB
Devin Bush
Devin Bush D. Bush
55
75
#71 LB 5'11" 234 22 7/18/98 2 2019 1 10 Michigan
LB
Ulysees Gilbert III
Ulysees Gilbert III U. G. III
54
67
#167 LB 6'0" 228 23 8/9/97 2 2019 6 207 Akron
LB
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi O. Adeniyi
92
67
#167 LB 6'1" 248 23 9/12/97 3 2018 Toledo
LB
Alex Highsmith
Alex Highsmith A. Highsmith
56
67
#167 LB 6'3" 248 23 8/7/97 0 2020 3 102 UNC Charlotte
LB
Robert Spillane
Robert Spillane R. Spillane
41
67
#167 LB 6'2" 220 24 12/14/95 2 2018 Western Michigan
CB
Mike Hilton
Mike Hilton M. Hilton
28
83
#27 CB 5'9" 183 26 3/9/94 4 2016 Mississippi
CB
Joe Haden
Joe Haden J. Haden
23
82
#33 CB 5'11" 193 31 4/14/89 11 2010 1 7 Florida
CB
Steven Nelson
Steven Nelson S. Nelson
22
80
#36 CB 5'10" 197 27 1/22/93 6 2015 3 98 Oregon State
CB
Justin Layne
Justin Layne J. Layne
31
70
#132 CB 6'2" 192 22 1/12/98 2 2019 3 83 Michigan State
CB
Cameron Sutton
Cameron Sutton C. Sutton
20
70
#132 CB 5'11" 188 25 2/27/95 4 2017 3 94 Tennessee
CB
James Pierre
James Pierre J. Pierre
42
67
#184 CB 6'0" 183 24 9/16/96 0 2020 Florida Atlantic
FS
Minkah Fitzpatrick
Minkah Fitzpatrick M. Fitzpatrick
39
87
#7 FS 6'0" 204 23 11/17/96 3 2018 1 11 Alabama
FS
Terrell Edmunds
Terrell Edmunds T. Edmunds
34
72
#39 FS 6'0" 217 23 1/20/97 3 2018 1 28 Virginia Tech
FS
Sean Davis
Sean Davis S. Davis
21
71
#42 FS 6'1" 201 26 10/23/93 4 2016 2 58 Maryland
FS
Jordan Dangerfield
Jordan Dangerfield J. Dangerfield
37
68
#48 FS 5'11" 200 29 12/25/90 4 2013 Towson
FS
Marcus Allen
Marcus Allen M. Allen
27
67
#55 FS 6'2" 215 24 8/7/96 2 2018 5 148 Penn State
LS
Kameron Canaday
Kameron Canaday K. Canaday
57 6'4" 245 28 8/20/92 4 2016 Portland State
P
Dustin Colquitt
Dustin Colquitt D. Colquitt
4
80
#10 P 6'2" 210 38 5/6/82 16 2005 3 99 Tennessee
PK
Chris Boswell
Chris Boswell C. Boswell
9
85
#3 PK 6'2" 185 29 3/16/91 6 2014 Rice

Top Steelers Roster Questions of 2020

The Steelers finished the 2019-20 season with an 8-8 record which should be a huge credit to the elite coaching of Mike Tomlin. The Steelers struggled mightily on offense, finishing just 27th in points scored per game, as they floundered without starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The duo of Mason Rudolph and Devlin Hodges were not nearly good enough for Pittsburgh to field even an average offense last year. The defense took a massive step forward, however, thanks to elite back-end support from trade acquisition Minkah Fitzpatrick at safety. The former Dolphins' safety enabled the Steelers' elite front seven talent to shine through - guys like Stephon Tuitt, Cameron Heyward, Bud Dupree, Devin Bush, Vince Williams, and DPOY finalist T.J. Watt helped the team finish the year ranked 5th in points allowed per game. The offense should be much-improved with the expected return of Big Ben and a solid offense paired with an elite defense could make the Steelers Super Bowl contenders this season. At the very least, they have strong odds to return to the postseason.

Who is the Highest Paid Steelers Player?

Heading into the 2020-21 season, the Steelers' starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger carries the team's biggest cap hit by far at $23.75 million. Bud Dupree, the edge rusher who was franchise tagged by the team this offseason, has the second-highest cap hit at $15.8 million.

Who Owns the Pittsburgh Steelers?

The Steelers' franchise has been held by the Rooney family since its inception in 1933. Arthur Rooney was the founder, chairman, and owner of the team from 1933 until his death in 1988, at which point his son Dan Rooney took primary ownership. Now, Arthur Rooney II has primary ownership.

Who Is the Steelers Head Coach?

Mike Tomlin is entering his 14th season as the Steelers' head coach and is universally known as one of the best coaches in football. Tomlin has never finished with a losing record during his time as a head coach and has made the playoffs in eight of thirteen years.

How Much Cap Space do the Steelers Have?

The Steelers currently have just over $5.7 million in available cap space, which is the 4th-least in the NFL behind only the Patriots, Buccaneers, and Rams. Kevin Colbert has typically done an excellent job of managing Steelers' contracts and has been the general manager since 2000.

Can the Steelers' Offense Bounce Back in 2020?

The offense will need to bounce back for the Steelers to be true contenders. Ben Roethlisberger is fully healthy after missing the entire 2019 season. The Steelers have a solid offensive line and high-level skill talent in JuJu Smith-Schuster and James Conner - the offense should be significantly improved.

Who is the Youngest Player on the Steelers?

The Steelers have a few players who are currently 21 years old in Chase Claypool, a rookie 2nd-round wide receiver out of Notre Dame, Devin Bush, a sophomore first-round linebacker out of Michigan, and Trajan Bandy, an undrafted rookie cornerback out of Miami.

Who is the Oldest Player on the Raiders?

Ben Roethlisberger turned 38 earlier this year, and he's currently the oldest player on the Steelers' roster. There isn't a great track record of quarterbacks maintaining elite play into their late 30s, but Roethlisberger is very talented and a formidable presence, so he should resume high-level play this season.