Steelers Release First Depth Chart Of Training Camp 2013

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It’s official – the first Steelers depth chart of training camp 2013 is out – and as you can see by the tweet below, there’s a LOT of players in camp looking for a job.


Some notes from the first depth chart:

As we stated last week, Jarvis Jones has started camp as the backup to Jason Worilds, not a big surprise, but a chance for Jones to eventually be the starter if he has a great camp.

With Heath Miller on the PUP list, Matt Spaeth, who was signed this last offseason, gets first team reps with David Paulson backing him up.

Isaac Redmen, who we wrote about a few days back, is the starter at running back, with Jonathan Dwyer backing him up. Le’Veon Bell is way in the back of the pack, but that will change as camp goes on.

Drew Butler is the starting punter over free agent pickup Brian Moorman – for now.

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1 Comment on "Steelers Release First Depth Chart Of Training Camp 2013"

  1. Marcus Washington | July 29, 2013 at 12:43 pm | Reply

    If it were up to me I would get rid of Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman and give leveon bell the reigns with Mc Neal backing him up…..we need some youth with a different style of running the ball….none of our backs are elusive but McNeal and bell are both a little shifty and more agile than Dwyer and Redman. I think this is what we need in order to get our running game back to the days of Barry foster or fast Willie. Just my opinion

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