The AFC North blog is continuing its series on projecting the starting lineup for each team in the division. Next up is the Pittsburgh Steelers:
FB David Johnson: Let's see how much the fullback gets onto the field in Todd Haley's offense.
WR Mike Wallace: Restricted free agent wants a long-term deal after becoming first Steelers wide receiver to start a Pro Bowl since John Stallworth in 1985.
WR Antonio Brown: Last year's team Most Valuable Player became first player in NFL history with at least 1,000 yards receiving and 1,000 return yards in the same season.
TE Heath Miller: His 12.4 yards per catch were a career high for the seven-year veteran.
LT Mike Adams: If he isn't the starter here as a rookie, the second-round pick should be at this spot by next season.
LG Willie Colon: The Steelers thought about moving Colon from tackle to guard last season. The addition of Adams makes it more viable this year.
C Maurkice Pouncey: Ankle injuries have hurt the Pro Bowl lineman in his first two NFL seasons.
RG David DeCastro: The first-round pick could flip to left guard but he played primarily on the right side at Stanford.
RT Marcus Gilbert: He continued to get better and better every week as a rookie last season.
RDE Brett Keisel: He's more than just a beard. His 37 quarterback pressures led the Steelers last season.
LOLB LaMarr Woodley: Had nine sacks in his first eight games before hamstring injury slowed him down.
RILB Lawrence Timmons: Last season showed he is more comfortable playing inside linebacker than outside.
ROLB James Harrison: Has produced at least 8.5 sacks in five straight seasons.
LCB Ike Taylor: Topped the Steelers with 20 passes defensed, which was seven more than anyone else on the team.
SS Troy Polamalu: Second among safeties in interceptions (19) since 2008.
FS Ryan Clark: Led the Steelers with 100 tackles, nine more than Lawrence Timmons.