Some Pittsburgh Steelers players are thinking of holding informal offseason workouts in the event of a lockout next month. Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger and WR Hines Ward told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the pair have discussed such plans so that the young wide receivers on the Steelers roster can continue to practice.
In the event of a lockout, players will not be allowed at team facilities to either work out or to practice. Several teams have been discussing the possibility of getting together in the offseason in order to stay fresh and continue to work on timing issues.
The Steelers have a trio of very talented wide receiver that will continue to only get better with practice. Mike Wallace, Emmanuel Sanders and Antonio Brown all showed tremendous promise on the field this season for Pittsburgh.