The NFL’s All-Decade Team was announced Monday by the National Football League and the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Two Pittsburgh Steelers and four former Pitt players have made the team. Aaron Donald was one of the eight unanimous selections to the team that include Tom Brady, J.J. Watt, and Adrian Peterson. Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and former receiver Antonio Brown made the list, which includes 55 members. Former Pitt players include Larry Fitzgerald, LeSean McCoy and Darelle Revis. Players had to have made the Associated Press All-Pro Team, a Pro Bowl or been named to the Pro Football Writers of America all-conference squad from 2010 to 2019.
Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll are the all-decade coaches.
The NFL Draft will be conducted in a virtual format this month. This means the Steelers and the other 31 teams will have personnel working from their homes of all three days of the draft, which begins Thursday, April 23rd. None of the teams will be able to use their personal facilities.
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