Steelers Look to Upgrade Roster In 2012 Draft

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The Pittsburgh Steelers have made great moves in upgrading their roster in the 2012 NFL draft. First, the Steelers took David DeCastro with the 24th pick, to help out the offensive line and shore up the middle.  DeCastro started all 39 games of his career at Stanford.  I think he will come in right away and make the starting lineup.

Next the Steelers picked Mike Adams at 56th pick with their second round pick.  Adams brings the fear and toughness the Steelers line has been lacking with his 6’7 fame and 323-pound body.  Adams will come right in and start for the Steelers and I can’t wait to see what he can do.

The Steelers went to the defensive side of the ball by getting Sean Spencer a linebacker out of Miami as well as big defensive tackle  from Washington Alameda Ta’amu both these guys should get good playing time this year!

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