PITTSBURGH (AP) Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert isn't concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic from altering his team's preparations for the 2020 draft.
Colbert is well aware there are far larger issues facing the country than whether he and coach Mike Tomlin get to bound from pro day to pro day or bring potential prospects into the team's facility for interviews. So the Steelers will find a way to deal with it. Just like everyone else.
“What we’re going to do, the visits that we had planned when we got back from owner’s meetings and pro days, we're going to do video/audio type (interviews) with that player,” Colbert said Tuesday evening. "That’s good access. It’s not as good as sitting down with the guys ... (but) we’ll make the most of it.”