view 56. Andrew Luck 39 64 42 76 view 57. Matthew Stafford 63 49 56 53 view 58. Steve Smith 67 52 54 58 view 59. Antonio Brown 59 59 53 65 view 60. Eric Decker 90 54 51 47 view 61. Aaron Hernandez 76 63 52 51 view 62. Torrey Smith 68 73 62
the Steelers know what they're doing when they're drafting those mid round wide receivers other than Mike Wallace Antonio Brown Emanuel Sanders. They hit the jackpot every single time. Markus could be the next guy I'd be excited from two high
Brown joins third-round pick Markus Wheaton as new blood on a wide receiving corps that is wide open behind starters Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders . The Steelers grabbed Illinois cornerback Terry Hawthorne in the fifth round. Hawthorne, considered
for 631 yards during his collegiate career with an average of 7.3 yards per carry. The 22-year-old Wheaton will compete with veterans Plaxico Burress and Jerricho Cotchery for a spot behind starters Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders.
Steelers could work out a longer-term deal for Sanders before training camp begins in July, just as the team did with Antonio Brown last summer. Pittsburgh, coming off an 8-8 season that saw the franchise miss the playoffs for the first time since
the Patriots if it let Sanders go to New England. Instead Sanders will likely be second on the depth chart behind Antonio Brown when training camp opens in July. The 26-year-old Sanders caught 44 passes for 626 yards and a touchdown in 2012
an early fumble that Chryst chalked up to Bennett being sloppy with the ball. Desmond Brown, whose older brother Antonio Brown is a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers, ran for 90 yards and a touchdown while Malcolm Crockett added 45 yards
have been hit particularly hard. Now it's the wide receivers' turn. The Steelers will likely be without receiver Antonio Brown when they host reeling Kansas City next Monday night. Brown sprained his right ankle early in a 24-20 victory over
Updated Jul 27, 2012 8:09 PM ET LATROBE, Pa. (AP) The Steelers signed wide receiver Antonio Brown to a five-year extension that will keep him in Pittsburgh through 2017. SCHRAGER'S TOP 100 PLAYERS FOXSports.com's Peter
Steelers, which have salary-cap issues, opted not to use their franchise tag on Wallace. Pittsburgh also re-signed Antonio Brown to a contract extension during the 2012 preseason after negotiations with Wallace proved fruitless.