Five Tight Ends The Steelers Should Look at in Free Agency

Jermaine Gresham

3. Jermaine Gresham Arizona Cardinals

In his one-year with the Cards Gresham’s stock dipped plenty, as he went from catching 62 passes with Cincy in 2014 to just 18 this last season with one touchdown. Maybe a return to the AFC North where he would get the chance to play his old team twice a season (or maybe three times) would be just the think to get his career back on track. He’s only 27, and prior to this year averaged 56 catches per season. It would make for an interesting pickup for sure for the Steelers.

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Matt Loede
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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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