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PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Steelers are patiently waiting to see how good Russell Wilson could be in a new offense with different weapons and an exciting offensive coordinator in Arthur Smith.

But like all quarterbacks who have had an unlucky season, Wilson has some red flags. One of them is the number of sacks he has taken over his career and how often he was hit last season alone. The 33rd team collected data from all 32 NFL teams and their starting quarterbacks and looked at how often each was hit during a dropback.

Wilson finished second behind Tennessee Titans passer Will Levis and ahead of Justin Fields and Kenny Pickett. Neither of the two backups had impressive numbers of their own.

One cause for concern is the position of the Steelers’ offensive line compared to the Denver Broncos. The comparison might surprise you.

Meanwhile, a Steelers insider is dismissing the notion that the team will look for outside options during Cam Sutton’s suspension. Nothing Pittsburgh has done so far suggests they’re taking their foot off the gas now. Another signing is expected. The question really is who it will be. There is one name to keep an eye on.

Najee Harris spoke for the first time this offseason and shared his enthusiasm for the Steelers offense. It’s nice to hear Harris share his thoughts on the team’s decisions, and it allows many fans to tune out any voices claiming he’s unhappy with the organization.

We also cover some hypothetical trades and some big questions surrounding the Steelers.

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