The Steelers most important position to draft for, plus James Harrison in the Hall of Fame?


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Steel City Underground Pittsburgh Steelers Podcast

After a short break, Joe returns to join Brian as the duo debate on the day's topic: where does James Harrison belong in not only Steelers history, but that of the NFL?

The conversation segues into the upcoming NFL Draft. With draft day around the corner, what position is the most important for the Steelers to spend their top pick on? And who is the team targeting to add with that 28th overall pick?

The SCU team talks about those players the Steelers have shown the most interest in, and what round they could be available in.

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