After passing on selecting a defensive back on day two of the draft, we can only assume the Steelers are happy to let things ride with their current group.
The Steelers apparently feel that second-year players Keenan Lewis and Joe Burnett are ready to make a big impact in 2010.
I did find out that there was a great deal of discussion in the second round prior to the team selecting Jason Worilds. Some in the room wanted Penn State's Sean Lee, who was still available.
But it was decided the depth at inside linebacker - where Larry Foote and Keyaron Fox back up Lawrence Timmons and James Farrior - was good enough. They needed an OLB behind James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley.
And head coach Mike Tomlin loved Worilds. Lee went three picks later to Dallas.
In round three, the Steelers were looking hard at safety Major Wright, but he went seven picks ahead of them to Chicago.
So they decided to instead go for a receiver they see as the heir apparent to Hines Ward, SMU's Emmanuel Sanders.