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Steelers finish draft on high note

<b>PITTSBURGH -</b> Coming into the weekend, the Steelers believed they'd find players deep into the second day of the draft. <br><br> Believing is seeing, though, and at every turn they saw a player they liked.

"It really broke well for us," said director of operations Kevin Colbert. "All the players we wanted really fell into place when it came time to pick." "It was probably one of the cleanest drafts we've had," said coach Bill Cowher. On Saturday the Steelers filled their weakest position - tight end - with the best player, by far, at the position. The Steelers then drafted a cornerback with a first...

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