“Tragic Loss: Daughter of Former Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin Passes Away.”

“As Zach Frazier’s NFL prospects soar, it’s evident the Pittsburgh Steelers must act decisively to acquire the West Virginia offensive lineman.

With fellow standout Jackson Powers-Johnson expected to be the first center selected, Frazier emerges as the next promising choice.

Frazier embodies the qualities Mike Tomlin typically admires in a player — athleticism, intelligence, and maturity. However, Pittsburgh’s draft positions at No. 20 in the first round and No. 51 in the second may necessitate strategic maneuvering to secure the talented center, who honed his skills just 70 miles away at WVU.”
Rewritten: “Palazzolo, identified as Pittsburgh’s main rival for Frazier, is the Dallas Cowboys. Speaking on 93.7 The Fan recently, Palazzolo expressed doubt that Frazier would slip past the Cowboys at No. 24, implying the Steelers would need to select the native of Fairmont, West Virginia, in the first round.

Although some mock drafts still place Frazier in the second round, it’s increasingly unlikely he’ll be available by pick No. 51. Moreover, according to insights from former NFL lineman turned analyst Brian Baldinger on The Krueg Show with Larry Krueger, both the Steelers and Cowboys may not be the sole teams considering a first-round grade for Frazier.”

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