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Steelers Show Interest in Kenny Pickett's College OT

All Steelers on FanNation 1/31/2023 Noah Strackbein
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are looking at another Pitt prospect.

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers could be looking to pair a set of college teammates, but it's not the Kenny Pickett-Jordan Addison duo many expect. 

The Steelers are working both the East-West Shrine Bowl and the Senior Bowl this week as they begin their offseason scouting. And during their time in Las Vegas, they met with Pitt offensive tackle Carter Warren, who described the meeting as "great," according to Steelers Depot. 

Warren and Pickett played 36 games together at Pitt and helped the program win its first ACC Championship. In six seasons with the Panthers, Warren played 40 games but was unfortunately stopped short as super-senior due to an early-season injury. 

The Steelers will be looking to invest into the offensive line at some point during the draft process. With limited depth and questions to their left tackle starter Dan Moore Jr., Pittsburgh will likely be eyeing candidates at multiple rounds. 

Warren will not participate in the Shrine Bowl or the NFL Combine, despite getting an invitation. He will, however, work out at Pitt's Pro Day, which gives the Steelers a close look at their next door neighbor before the NFL Draft. 

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