Martavis Bryant (elbow) is expected to miss the Hall of Fame Game in a "worst case scenario."
Appearing on Sirius XM Radio, Ben Roethlisberger stated that Markus Wheaton will be the Steelers' No. 2 wide receiver this season and predicted Wheaton will be Pittsburgh's "breakout player."
The fifth-round pick the Eagles acquired for CB Brandon Boykin will upgrade to a fourth-rounder if Boykin plays 60 percent of the Steelers' defensive snaps this season.
The Steelers are "concerned" about second-round CB Senquez Golson's shoulder injury and "not sure when he will return."
Only two players in football deflected more passes at the line of scrimmage than Steelers RE Cameron Heyward last season.
Steelers acquired CB Brandon Boykin from the Eagles in exchange for a conditional fifth-round pick in the 2016 draft.
Martavis Bryant will undergo a minor procedure for an elbow infection, and is expected to miss 7-10 days of training camp.
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports third-rounder WR Sammie Coates has had a quiet camp thus far.
Former Clemson QB Tajh Boyd says Martavis Bryant has just as much natural ability as college teammate Sammy Watkins.
The passing-game role of the Steelers' tight ends has dwindled under OC Todd Haley.
Although Martavis Bryant is garnering more hype, NFL Network's Albert Breer has heard third-year WR Markus Wheaton had "probably the best offseason of the Steelers' wide receivers."
The NFL has reduced Le'Veon Bell's suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy from three games to two.
After attending the start of Steelers camp, Yahoo's Charles Robinson came away believing rookie Sammie Coates "has got work to do."
The NFL and Le'Veon Bell are negotiating a settlement that could reduce his three-game suspension to one or two games.
Antonio Brown is riding a 33-game streak with at least five catches and 50 yards.