There's only two more practices in Steelers' training camp.
I'm just hoping for no more injuries during the pre-season (and regular season, for that matter).
Hopefully Bell will report soon. It almost certainly will be after camp is over.
The most intriguing camp battle is at wide receiver.
It's pretty obvious that Brown, Bryant, Smith-Shuster, and Rogers will make the team. I think they will keep six wide receivers.
I think Coates, Hunter, and Heyward-Bey are competing for the remaining two spots. For Coates, it will depend on if he catches the ball in the pre-season games. If not, he'll get cut. I don't see Hamilton making the team, even though he had a decent game against the Giants.
Another interesting battle is who will be the third string RB. Bell and Conner will obviously be #1 and #2. I think Toussaint is a better back from scrimmage than Davis but Davis is a better kick returner. That is a close contest.
I think the Steelers' deepest position group is the offensive line, followed by the defensive line.
The groups that concern me the most are the secondary and inside linebacker. It hurts that Sutton is hurt. Hopefully he is back soon. Burns and Davis need to continue to improve. I don't buy into the rumor that the Steelers will trade for Trumaine Johnson of the Rams. He makes $ 17 million/year. His salary is too large and they would have to give up a high draft pick. They are also not going to sign Darrelle Revis. If he could still play, he would have been signed already.
The inside linebacker group is suspect. Shazier is the only one that is good at covering the pass and he's been injury prone his whole career.
I wouldn't be surprised to see the Steelers add an ILB or CB that gets cut by another team for the depth.
Their second pre-season game is Sunday. I'm sure Roethlisberger, Brown, Pouncey, and several other starters will not play. Bryant will play because he's been out for a year. Coates will most likely play, as will Conner. Dobbs will likely start as Landry Jones is out with an abdominal injury.