OT Zach Banner- Dr. Banner gets to stay on the sidelines.
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With limited practices this week Womens T. J. Watt Jersey , the game status list is the most black and white it has been all season. Both players listed have been ruled out, so most of the guesswork has been established when it comes to the other five spots.Game StatusOut:OT Marcus Gilbert (knee)DT Daniel McCullers (ankle)Here are the possibilities to end up inactive for Week 10Duży uśmiechefinitely:OT Marcus Gilbert- with Matt Feiler doing a great job filling in at right tackle, there was little incentive to push Gilbert back with an extended rest available over the weekend. DT Daniel McCullers- it seems as if nobody even knew there was any issue with Big Dan until Monday’s press conference. L.T. Walton finally gets another chance to show that he deserves his spot on the 53.Most Likely:QB Mason Rudolph- there was a brief moment in Baltimore where Steeler fans were holding their breath while it looked as if Rudolph could be called into backup duty this week. Luckily, Ben only needed to catch his breath and is good to go on Thursday. It would take a series of injuries for the Hulk to emerge onto the field. Did I seriously just go Marvel Universe on a Steelers back-up tackle? Try coming up with something new to say for someone who has been inactive nine out of ten games!S Marcus Allen- if finding something new to say was tough for Bruce... I mean David... no... Zach Banner, Marcus Allen is even more difficult. He has been in street clothes every game this season, and this week will be no different. CB Brian Allen- unless there’s an injury or Artie Burns ends up even further in the doghouse, Allen will continue to be in an “emergency only” role.Possibly:WR James Washington or Justin Hunter- although I think Washington came out as the better of the two players when they each were recently given a game to show what they can do, it has been reported that the Steelers may go with a lot of no huddle since it was a short week of prep. If this is the case, Hunter could get the nod because he is more familiar with the system.Unlikely:LB Matthew Thomas- if for some reason the Steelers wanted to go with both wide receivers, Thomas seems to be the only other option who they could bump.Projected Inactive List:Mason RudolphZach Banner Marcus Allen Brian Allen Marcus Gilbert Daniel McCullersJustin Hunter I maybe going more with what I want than what the Steelers might do, but I like James Washington getting the playing time. Other than the last wide receiver spot, this list was pretty much locked in.Feel free to list your projected inactives in the comments below. We take a look at 10 of the latest mock draft offerings from some of the more notable names in the game."With the effective start of free agency on Monday, mock draft projections should see substantial changes in the coming weeks after teams filled some of their glaring needs with veteran options. But while the Pittsburgh Steelers addition of Steven Conley is sure to impact the names projected to them in the first-round, that signing has yet to be accounted for with some of the experts.Each and every Wednesday for the next six weeks, we will bring you a selection of the latest mock draft projections from around the NFL draft community in an effort to help identify some of the players Pittsburgh could be interested in come April. So far, we have looked at 70 contrasting offerings from some of the more well-known names in the business, with five different defensive players standing out from the pack as the most popular names to project to the Steelers over the past seven weeks.Midweek Mock Draft Roundup 1.0 consensus pick - Devin White, LB, LSUMidweek Mock Draft Roundup 2.0 consensus pick - Byron Murphy, CB, WashingtonMidweek Mock Draft Roundup 3.0 consensus pick - Tie between Byron Murphy JuJu Smith-Schuster Jersey White , CB, Washington and Deandre Baker, CB, GeorgiaMidweek Mock Draft Roundup 4.0 consensus pick - Devin White, LB, LSUMidweek Mock Draft Roundup 5.0 consensus pick - Deandre Baker, CB, GeorgiaMidweek Mock Draft Roundup 6.0 consensus pick - Greedy Williams, CB, LSUMidweek Mock Draft Roundup 7.0 consensus pick - Devin Bush, LB, MichiganThis week we have 10 more mock drafts worthy of review:Chad Reuter, NFL Network - CB, Deandre Baker, Georgia(Previous pick - WR, Marquise Brown, Oklahoma)Steve Palazzolo, Pro Football Focus - WR, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford(Previous pick - LB, Devin White https://www.thesteelerslockerroom.com/au...ter-jersey , LSU)Todd McShay, ESPN - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan(Previous pick - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan)Pete Prisco, CBS Sports - CB, Greedy Williams, LSU(Previous pick - CB, Byron Murphy, Washington)Chris Trapasso, CBS Sports - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan(Previous pick - WR, Kelvin Harmon, NC State)Ryan Wilson, CBS Sports - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan(Previous pick - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan)R.J. White T. J. Watt Jersey , CBS Sports - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan(Previous pick - CB, Byron Murphy, Washington)Josh Norris, Rotoworld - CB, Byron Murphy, Washington(Previous pick - first mock)Joe Marino, Draft Network - CB, Amani Oruwariye, Penn State(Previous pick - CB, Byron Murphy, Washington)Dan Kadar, SB Nation - CB, Greedy Williams, LSU(Previous pick - LB, Devin Bush, Michigan)While we have a couple of new names on the list for the first time this year in wide receiver J.J. Arcega-Whiteside and cornerback Amani Oruwariye, it is a familiar face that takes the top spot for a second week in a room in Devin Bush. And with all of these projections taking into account the events of the combine, it would appear that there has not been much change to the players considered the best prospects at linebacker and cornerback. We will add more mock drafts to our weekly roundup as they appear and we encourage you to let us know which experts you think we should be highlighting over the coming weeks.


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