In what has been one of the busiest off seasons in recent memory, the Pittsburgh Steelers are being recognized for the moves they have made this offseason.
The Steelers were noted as the No. 4 most improved team in the NFL, based on CBSSports.com writer Bryan DeArdo's ranking of the NFL’s five most improved teams.
This offseason, they have done an exceptional job addressing areas of need at different positions. In addition to signing former first-round quarterback Mitch Trubisky to a team-friendly deal, they strengthened their offensive line by adding James Daniels and Mason Cole. On defense, they added linebacker Myles Jack, cornerback Levi Wallace, and defensive lineman Larry Ogunjobi, following the retirement of Stephon Tuitt.
Arguably their most important move was signing All-Pro safety Minkah Fitzpatrick to a historic four-year contract extension, solidifying their secondary unit in the process.