NFL '13 DRAFT XTRA
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Stephens-Howling gives the Steelers a dynamic third-down back and a core special teams player who proved himself to be a dangerous return man during his four seasons in Arizona. His role on offense will hinge on how effective the Steelers are at finding creative ways to use Stephens-Howling in the scheme.
Pittsburgh isn't out of the woods. The Steelers still lack a foundation at running back, and we expect the team to look for help in the draft starting possibly with the 48th pick in the second round.
UPDATE: The Steelers further addressed their running back needs by selecting Michigan State's Le'Veon Bell with the 16th pick in the second round.