Last Word On Steelers Podcast Episode 4

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NASHVILLE, TN - DECEMBER 5: Tyson Alualu #93 of the Jacksonville Jaguars in action against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on December 5, 2010 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

The Last Word on Steelers podcast will take a deep dive into the Pittsburgh Steelers. We will look at where they stand in the NFL, player movement, depth chart questions, and the NFL draft.Hosted by Parker Hurley and Pattrick Gelesh. Follow us on Twitter @LWOS_Steelers

In episode four of the Last Word on Steelers podcast, we update the Pittsburgh Steelers’ latest free agent signings. We discuss the signings of wide receiver Justin Hunter, running back Knile Davis, cornerback Coty Sensabaugh and defensive end Tyson Alualu. A thorough breakdown of each player’s background, strengths and weaknesses follows. Then we look at how these players fit into the current roster, and examine how they affect the Steelers’ priorities in the upcoming draft. The Steelers are notorious for making savvy, low risk, high reward free-agency signings and these four contracts fit that mold. Check out www.lastwordonsports.com for exclusive content. On twitter, you can follow us at @LWOS_Steelers.

Upcoming in episode five we will reveal our post-combine mock drafts. Be on the lookout for which school’s pro days Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin and General Manager Kevin Colbert attend for an idea of which prospects are intriguing the Steelers brain trust. We would love to hear Steelers Nation’s input! If you have any comments, suggestions, messages or thoughts feel free to reach out to us! The Last Word on Steelers podcast will be a weekly podcast with the possibility of expanding into a day by day review of the team. 

Parker Hurley-Pittsburgh native. IUP graduate. Steelers and Pirate critic. Blatant Penguins homer. Patrick Gelesh– Third generation Steelers fan with a Masters in sports management and leadership specializing in football. My mom was lucky enough to witness the immaculate reception live. To me, hard hitting defense is “the beautiful game.”

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