Five Tight Ends The Steelers Should Look at in Free Agency

2. Logan Paulsen Washington Redskins

He’s 28, and is known a lot more for his blocking than his pass catching. Last season he caught 13 passes for 78 yards and a touchdown. He is a good locker room guy, and won’t cost the Steelers a fortune if they want to bring him in to play along with James and if the team drafts a tight end. Washington likes him, and will make a push to get him back, but he could be a nice addition to the black and gold.

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1 Comment on "Five Tight Ends The Steelers Should Look at in Free Agency"

  1. Gresham would be a really nice pick up, probably budget friendly as well. I think a lot of people sleep on this dude. Homer pick I know, but size, hands and above par blocking coupled with James and Spaeth I think would compliment the backfield and what we are doing outside nicely.

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