The 2020 wide receiver class -- led by Minnesota's Justin Jefferson -- rivaled the 2014 class as one of the best in NFL history.
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On this edition of NFL Live, the crew dives into how Eagles new head coach Nick Sirianni can turn the Eagles team around, Andy Reid gives a status update on Patrick Mahomes' injury and Lions new head coach Dan Campbell makes a lasting first impression in his introductory press conference. Plus Brady vs. Rodgers, which future hall of famer will come out on top?
The Steelers have signed former Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer
The Steelers and former Washington Football Team QB Dwayne Haskins now have officially reached agreement on a one-year contract, per source.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will retain defensive coordinator Keith Butler for at least one more season, a source confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
This plot depicts double team rate as an edge (x axis) by pass rush win rate as an edge (y axis) for the 2020 regular season. Label colors indicate 2020 cap hit (red = high). Watt brothers are at the extreme end of each axis: J.J. is double-teamed when pass rushing more often than anyone else, T.J. wins at a higher rate than anyone else. Jerry Hughes, Myles Garrett, Joey Bosa, Brian Burns, Justin Houston and Chase Young among the other standouts here. (ESPN / Next Gen Stats)
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The Steelers are expected to promote quarterbacks coach Matt Canada, who is known for his creativity in playcalling and design, to offensive coordinator, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
Alex Highsmith had a pass rush win rate of 24% as an edge rusher. He didn't have enough plays to qualify for our leaderboard, but if he had, that would have ranked 7th...one spot ahead of Chase Young.
Brooke Pryor ESPN Staff Writer
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Ben Roethlisberger se mostraba en descontento durante los momentos finales de la derrota de los Steelers en los playoffs por el comodín 48-37 ante los Browns.