By Dave Carroll, Steelers Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 10:46am EDT
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported Saturday that Dri Archer immediately was dipped onto the field as the slot man in four-receiver sets, drawing an extra linebacker over to blanket the 5-foot-8 jitterbug with the combine's top 40 time of 4.26. (Source: NFL.com
Fantasy Impact: It is not apparent how Heyward-Bey will fit into the Steelers plans this season. If we pencil Brown in as the WR1, Wheaton as the WR2 and Moore as the WR3, that leaves WR4 for Heyward-Bey. However, if Archer is stealing those looks from Heyward-Bey in training camp, can there be any room for him? This will need to unfold during training camp, but early indications are not good for much production from Heyward-Bey.