The Steelers are urged to reintroduce a versatile former offensive starter.

Quarterback discussions are likely to dominate the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offseason. However, when suggesting a key addition for the team in 2024, Alex Ballentine of Bleacher Report argued that the Steelers should consider bringing back one of their former offensive tackles, Chris Hubbard.

Ballentine noted that acquiring an experienced swing tackle, particularly an aging veteran like Hubbard, could be a valuable investment. Hubbard played in that role for the Titans in the recent season and received positive ratings, scoring a 69.0 on 473 snaps, according to PFF’s metrics.

Undrafted by the Steelers in 2014, Hubbard initially started four games in 2016 and later became the team’s full-time starting right tackle in 2017. Over his four seasons with the Steelers, Hubbard demonstrated versatility by playing at every offensive line position except right guard.

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