In a recent move, the Pittsburgh Steelers acquired veteran wide receiver Allen Robinson II, who played his previous season with the Los Angeles Rams, to try to make it back to the NFL Playoffs.
Robinson has nine years of experience and formerly played for the Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars for four seasons each.
Robinson has passed his physical exam and is now officially a member of the Steelers, according to NFL insider Dianna Russini.
Robinson made the Pro Bowl in 2015 while playing for the Jaguars, compiling 1,400 yards and 14 touchdowns. Although he isn’t quite the same player he once was, Robinson will still be useful to a young Pittsburgh team.
- Robinson has nine years of experience and formerly played for the Chicago Bears.
- Robinson has passed his physical exam and is now officially a member of the Steelers
- Kenny Pickett, the team’s starting quarterback is coming off a disappointing rookie campaign.
Kenny Pickett, the team’s starting quarterback who is coming off a disappointing rookie campaign, is being surrounded by as many offensive weapons as they can to help him develop.
Wide receiver George Pickens, who had an impressive first campaign with 801 yards and four touchdowns, is already on the team. Additionally, wide receiver Diontae Johnson, had 882 yards the previous season and 1,161 yards and eight touchdowns in 2021 to qualify for the Pro Bowl.
Additionally, running back Najee Harris might be a rising star; in both of his first two professional seasons, he rushed for at least 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns.
The Steelers finished 2022 with a record of 9-8 and were very close to earning an AFC playoff spot. However, maybe the addition of Robinson and some internal development will send them back to the postseason the following year.