Replacing Hargrave might not be difficult

Replacing Hargrave might not be difficult
PITTSBURGH, PA - DECEMBER 10: Alex Collins #34 of the Baltimore Ravens carries the ball against Javon Hargrave #79 of the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third quarter during the game at Heinz Field on December 10, 2017 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Justin K. Aller/Getty Images) (Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)


As the Steelers prepare for the 2020 regular season, there are certain positions on the roster garnering more attention than others. After Mike Tomlin gave the media some depth chart news in a virtual press conference last Tuesday, the nose tackle and left guard positions have been points of emphasis.

Tomlin announced Tyson Alualu will be the first man given the chance to take the nose tackle job after Javon Hargave left via free agency to the Eagles.

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“We are still determining those things.” Tomlin said. “With the lack of opportunity for learning in the offseason and teaching, we are acknowledging as a staff that we have to make some quick decisions and then kind of roll from there. I have talked to Matt Feiler. Matt Feiler is probably going to take the first snap at left guard and Ty [Tyson Alualu] is probably going to take the first snap at nose guard, and we will work from there.”

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