Quarterbacks- Charlie Batch (UFA), Dennis Dixon (UFA)
Running Backs- Mewelde Moore (UFA), Issac Redman (ERFA)
Wide Receivers- Mike Wallace (RFA), Jerricho Cotchery (UFA)
Offensive Line- Max Starks (UFA), Trai Essex (UFA), Ramon Foster (RFA)
Defensive Line- Chris Hoke (UFA), Steve McLendon (RFA), Aaron Smith (UFA)
Secondary- William Gay (UFA), Keenan Lewis (RFA)
Punter- Daniel Sepulveda (UFA)
OT, OG, OLB, NT, WR, CB, RB — The Steelers’ offensive line continues to be a serious concern. The team is in need of bookend tackles as well as help for the interior line. The offensive line is the biggest concern for them going forward and should be addressed in the draft. Like the Ravens, the Steelers will also need to focus on finding replacements for their aging starters. They must think about the future of the OLB position as aging Pro-Bowlers James Harrison (33 years old) and James Farrior (36 years old) have both missed games this year due to injury. In addition, the Steelers need to address the NT position as Casey Hampton (34 years old) is aging and veteran backup Chris Hoke will be a free agent at the end of the season. If Pittsburgh does not re-sign upcoming free agent Mike Wallace, they will be in serious need of a deep threat at WR to play opposite Antonio Brown. Also, if CB William Gay walks in free agency, the Steelers will need to fill his spot and add depth to corner position. Pittsburgh could also be in need of a RB to join Rashard Mendenhall and Issac Redman in the backfield if Mewelde Moore walks in free agency.