The Pittsburgh Steelers have had an interesting offseason so far, as the roster is not quite where the franchise wants it just yet. They made a great decision in signing Mitchell Trubisky, creating some competition in the quarterback room. However, the roster isn't complete yet, which is why we take a gander at two possible moves Pittsburgh should make.

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Pittsburgh is set on the defensive side of the ball. TJ Watt is an absolute monster and the rest of the defense follows. The Steelers are fine in this area and should be focusing on the offense instead. There aren't many names that could help this offense in free agency, so we should expect most of their big moves to come through the NFL Draft.

It's not a secret the Steelers still need some help on the offensive line. We watched Pittsburgh struggle often last season as Ben Roethlisberger was sacked consistently. Now, it's time for the front office to beef up the line-up front. Additionally, although the franchise signed Trubisky, we could see them select a rookie quarterback to compete for a starting spot.

With that said, here are two moves the Steelers must make to complete their roster in the 2022 NFL offseason.

Steelers Offseason Roster Moves

2. Select an offensive lineman within the first two rounds of the NFL Draft

There are a ton of talented offensive linemen in the NFL Draft this offseason. It'd be wise of the Steelers to take one of the top players available, as they need help in this area. The lack of pass protection and run blocking is one of the only weaknesses on this roster and Pittsburgh has a chance to fill a dire need with a young star.

It'll be interesting to see when Pittsburgh pulls the trigger on an offensive lineman. The smart move would be to take someone in the first round, but they certainly go another route instead. As long as the Steelers grab a lineman within the first two rounds, they'll set themselves up for success next season.

Two offensive linemen that could be great selections for the Steelers in the first round are Trevor Penning and Zion Johnson. Each player has tremendous upside and could make an immediate impact on Pittsburgh. If they opt to take a prospect in round two, then they could be taking guys like Tyler Smith or Max Mitchell.

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1. Draft a rookie quarterback

Mitchell Trubisky will have a chance to compete for the starting role. However, it's not clear whether or not he can lead a franchise. We've seen him play well, and after a year sitting behind Josh Allen, the veteran quarterback hopes to resurrect his career. Despite that, his contract suggests the Steelers are open to drafting a rookie in the upcoming draft.

Having Trubisky puts a band-aid over a bad situation, but the Steelers could set themselves up for the future. A rookie likely won't beat out Mitchell Trubisky in training camp, but if the organization gives the prospect the time to develop, it could pay off greatly. It'll be interesting to see how Pittsburgh approaches the draft, as this is a huge turning point for this franchise.

With the 20th pick overall, the Steelers can go in any direction. This isn't a deep quarterback class, so Pittsburgh might not have to trade up to select a prospect they like. We'll see how it plays out, but the prospects that could be available are Kenny Pickett, Desmond Ridder, or Sam Howell.