The Steelers must be confident in Mike Munchak’s ability to fix their offensive line.
Because they’re giving him all the same parts from a line that wasn’t exactly stalwart last year.
The team announced they had re-signed veteran Guy Whimper to a one-year deal. He played in 11 games with them last year, with a start at either guard spot.
The former fourth-rounder has also played for the Giants and Jaguars.
Other than jettisoning bad-idea Levi Brown, the Steelers haven’t made major changes to their offensive line. They also brought back center Cody Wallace on a three-year deal, and have used their free agency to get younger on defense.