The Pittsburgh Steelers have had success drafting mid-to-late-round pass-catchers, with the top three receivers on the depth chart falling between Rounds 3-6.
The next might be fifth-round tight end Jesse James, whose ability in the red zone has stood out during training camp. The 6-foot-7 tight end had several nice touchdown grabs there, including a diving catch on an over-the-middle Landry Jones toss, between the safety and corner in the soft spot of the zone coverage. He has an outstretched touchdown grab off a lob to the corner of the end zone, beating his man.
James has average speed, but offsets that with good hands and being a huge target at 6-foot-7 and 261 pounds. The Steelers also drafted Sammie Coates in the third round, and the former Auburn receiver is in the long-term plans, but James has a chance to play earlier because the Steelers aren't as deep at tight end and Coates probably needs a transition year. If Miller continues to be banged up, it's possible James makes his mark in what is expected to be a high-powered offense.