Steelers WRs and QBs Begin to Impress.

With offseason workouts underway for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the primary focus is on how well the team is coming together.

Can their revamped offense build chemistry and improve under coordinator Arthur Smith? With a new starting quarterback and several new offensive weapons, the Steelers appear to be making progress in OTAs.

The quarterback situation is also stabilizing. Russell Wilson and Justin Fields, now the team’s quarterbacks, have had two weeks of practice with most of their regular-season targets, and both are looking more comfortable.

The wide receiver group, although still needing some improvements, is starting to show promise. Even without George Pickens on the field, new additions like Quez Watkins, Calvin Austin, Scotty Miller, and Van Jefferson are competing for the number two spot behind Pickens. Can one of them secure the job?

Rookie Zach Frazier, drafted in the second round, was expected to start at center from week one. However, Nate Herbig is challenging this expectation and is actively involved in OTAs. Is a competition brewing between these two? Should there be?