The Steelers entertained yet another tight end on Tuesday as Reggie Kelly became the latest guy to come through Latrobe.
Despite his reputation as a solid blocker Wesyle Sanders hasn't shown it yet and David Johnson is more of an H-back than he is a second tight end. Recently signed veteran John Gilmore looks fairly unimpressive as well.
Who knew it would be so difficult to replace Matt Spaeth?
Jamie "The Real" McCoy continues to impress as a willing blocker, but, like Johnson, he's more of an H-back type than an in-line blocker. McCoy held his own in two out of three blocking drills working against James Harrison.
© With Bryant McFadden out Tuesday, Keenan Lewis took snaps with the first-team defense and had one of his better practices.
That's big news for the Steelers, who are still hoping Lewis turns into a player.
© Though Keith Williams is officially listed as his primary backup, it was Doug Legursky filling in for Chris Kemoeatu today. Chris Scott was at RG for Ramon Foster, who is suffering from concussion issues.
© The Steelers really like what they've seen out of rookie inside linebacker Mario Harvey.
Harvey is a thick, 6-0, 250 pounds, but is lightning quick.