PITTSBURGH, PA — The Steelers have been very active during free agency, and rumor has it, they are not quite done yet.
The Steelers do not have to worry about acquiring a top-tier wide receiver in the 2023 offseason because they crushed their 2022 draft pick of George Pickens.
Pickens and Diontae Johnson form a solid one-two pairing, but they do not have much depth beneath them at the moment.
Boykin is an unrestricted free agent, and even if Sims stays as a restricted free agent, the Steelers need some more quality depth.
With the most recent signings and new additions to the Steelers roster, there have been many ties within the Philadelphia Eagles as assistant general manager Andy Weidl drafted and managed the players during their time in Philly.
Las Vegas Raiders WR Mack Hollins, and former player for the Philadelphia Eagles, is coming off his best NFL season, as he had 57 receptions and 690 receiving yards for the Raiders.
Hollins was a complementary piece to Davante Adams last season, and he filled in admirably in the No. 2 role when Hunter Renfrow was out injured.
The 29-year-old would be a nice addition for the Steelers because he is more of a physical presence in the air compared to Johnson and Pickens.
Hollins should be rather inexpensive because he has one season with more than 500 receiving yards, so he would fit into the Steelers’ free-agent budget.