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The 2012 NFL draft is now complete and the Pittsburgh Steelers added one defensive lineman in the form of Washington nose tackle Alameda Ta'amu as part of their nine selections. With the draft and free agency now behind us, it is time to take the yearly look at the state of the Steelers defensive line and depth chart moving forward into the offseason workouts. If you missed our look at the Steelers offensive line following the draft, you can read that by following the link. Nose Tackles Casey Hampton - Hampton tore the ACL in his left knee in the AFC Wild Card game loss to the Denver Broncos Read more [...]
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