Buffalo Bills: 4 Pittsburgh Steelers to watch in the Hall of Fame Game
The first player is the Steelers first round pick, running back Najee Harris. The former Alabama running back is expected to revitalize a run game that was lackluster last season.
Entering the NFL Draft, Harris was viewed as arguably the most complete running back and he showed that for the Crimson Tide with 2,690 rushing yards, 39 rushing touchdowns with 70 receptions, 729 receiving yards, and 11 receiving touchdowns in the past two seasons.
Harris is expected to be a big part of this offense this coming season and Mike Tomlin wants to get him up to speed as quickly as possible. He recently said that he plans to play the rookie in all four games, which would include Thursday night, according to Missi Matthews.
It remains to be seen exactly how much Najee Harris will play but this will be a good first look at the rookie for the Buffalo Bills.