Report: Steelers attempting to move up in draft
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are reportedly actively attempting to move up from their No. 20 pick in Thursday's NFL draft, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Although Pittsburgh isn't known for draft-day moves, the club feels like trading up could be the best way to address its defensive needs, according to Schefter, who adds that the Steelers could be targeting a linebacker to fill the void left by Ryan Shazier's spinal injury.

Pittsburgh holds four picks inside the top 100, including the No. 66 selection, which was acquired when the club traded star receiver Antonio Brown to the Oakland Raiders.

Report: Steelers attempting to move up in draft
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