Steelers Beat Writer

Dale Lolley is a contributor to the Observer-Reporter and has been covering the Pittsburgh Steelers since 1993.

You probably wouldn’t want to play poker with Steelers general manager Omar Khan. At least not if you want to have enough money to pay your mortgage afterward.

Working through his first NFL Draft, Khan maneuvered the board masterfully, trading up to get offensive tackle Broderick Jones in the first round, then turning down multiple offers to trade back with the 32nd pick to take cornerback Joey Porter Jr., a player the Steelers would have strongly considered taking with the 17th pick in the first round had they not moved up for Jones.

Dale Lolley hosts The Drive on Steelers Nation Radio and writes a Sunday column for the Observer-Reporter.

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