front in recent years Devin Bush Pittsburgh Steelers Jersey , but they needed to find some depth this offseason.So they’re trying to get the new guys trained in as many spots as possible.Via Chris Adamski of the , rookie tackle Derwin Gray said he’s practiced at every non-center position on the line through OTAs.“I pretty much have played at all four positions since I have been here,” Gray said. “Left tackle, right tackle, right guard and left guard. So this week was my first week at left guard.“It’s all football [regardless of position]. It’s all zone blocking, outside zone, pass protection, that’s all it is.”Gray, their seventh-round pick from Maryland, started 25 games the last three seasons Devin Bush Pittsburgh Steelers Jersey , all at left tackle. But the Steelers are set with starters, largely into the future.With Matt Feiler stepping into the starting lineup at right tackle for Marcus Gilbert last year, and the Steelers extending center Maurkice Pouncey and right guard Ramon Foster, they have starting jobs accounted for the apparent future. Which means picks like 2018 third-rounder Chukwuma Okorafor and Gray and others have to cross-train. The Pittsburgh Steelers have a storied past, but a current crop of players could move up the rankings to challenge and possibly surpass all-time greats in 2019." Latest News2019 Steelers Training Camp ConfidentialAnalyzing which current Steelers are close to breaking records in 2019New,3commentsThe Pittsburgh Steelers have a storied past, but a current crop of players could move up the rankings to challenge and possibly surpass all-time greats in 2019. EDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:Analyzing which current Steelers are close to breaking records in 2019TwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailPhoto by Joe Sargent/Getty ImagesWith the Pittsburgh Steelers at training camp to prepare for their 87th season of play, several players on the current roster can propel their names onto or farther up the list of all-time statistical greats.While Hines Ward no longer is hearing footsteps, is a new contender coming close to keeping him awake again? Is it Ben or Bradshaw that statistically reigns supreme? Where is Cam Heyward on the all-time sacks list? Will “the Boz” rebound and regain his number one spot in all-time accuracy? After two seasons, how quickly is T.J. rising up? Those questions won't be answered until January Devin Bush Jersey Womens , but in our annual series, Steeling History, BTSC highlights the players that could move up the all-time charts and what they need to do so.Ben Roethlisberger Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty ImagesBen is, far and away, the greatest statistical quarterback in the history of Pittsburgh football. There will always be a debate on whether Roethlisberger or Terry Bradshaw is the greatest Steelers' slinger of all-time. No. 7 owns pretty much every Steelers' quarterbacking record, but what he lacks is the greatest record of them all -- the four Super Bowl titles owned by the incomparable and aforementioned Bradshaw.Here's where Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger ranks first in Steelers QB passing lore:Most Passing Yards (Career): 56,194Most Passing Yards (Single Season): 5,129 (2018)Most Passing Yards (Single Game): 522Most 300 Yard Passing Games (Career): 60Most 300 Yard Passing Games (Single Season): 9Most Completions (Career): 4,616Most Completions (Single Season): 452 (2018)Most Completions (Single Game): 41 (11/25/18)Most Consecutive Completions: 15 (tied with Bubby Brister)Highest Competion Percentage (Career): 64.4%Highest Competion Percentage (Single Game): 88.0% (11/8/18)Highest Competion Percentage (Single Season): 68.0% (2015)Most Touchdown Passes (Career): 363Most Touchdown Passes (Single Season): 34 (2018)Most Touchdown Passes (Single Game): 6 (twice)Highest Passer Rating (Career): 94.2Highest Passer Rating (Single Season): 104.1 (2007)Most 4th Quarter Comebacks (Career): 31Most Game Winning Drives (Career): 43Wins (Career): 144One of the few records that Ben doesn't have is a positive one. Big Ben (172) is second all-time in interceptions thrown to Terry Bradshaw (210).Roethlisberger is getting ready to start his 16th season and he's set to surpass Mike Webster atop that legendary mountain. But he trails the iron man Webster in games played. Ben’s 216 games played, is good enough for third on the franchise list. The two up top are Hines Ward (217) and Webster (220). So the record could be seized Week 5.Once again Cheap Devin Bush Jersey , the landmark that Steelers fans care about most for Ben Roethlisberger to achieve is Super Bowl victories. The hope is that Ben ends the 2019 campaign only one ring shy of tying the record of four.James ConnerPhoto by Mark Brown/Getty ImagesGoing into his third season and second as a starter, Conner ranks 26th with 12 rushing scores. Were he to duplicate his 12 from last season, No. 30 would jet up to a tie with Willie Parker for 10th place. Conner’s 1,117 yards has him ranked 33rd. Matching his 973 yards from last year would jump him up to 19th place. JC would need 1,141 to get past Terry Bradshaw and into 17th.JuJu Smith-Schuster Photo by Roy K. Miller/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesAfter only two seasons as a pro, JJSS is already 22nd in team career receptions with 169. Matching last year’s total of 111 would bump JuJu up to 280 and tenth on the list. No. 19 has 2,343 career receiving yards, good for 23rd. his tie for 23rd with current teammates Stephon Tuitt and Bud Dupree to a tie for 14th with Brett Keisel and James Farrior. 12.5 from any of the three would be good for a tie at 11th with Clark Haggans.Mike TomlinPhoto by Mark Alberti/Icon Sportswire via Getty ImagesThe Steeler coach is going into his13th season coaching the Steelers. Mike has a record of 125-66-1 with a .654 winning percentage. Coach T has the highest winning percentage in team history over Bill Cowher (.623) and Chuck Noll (.566). However, Tomlin is still 25 wins from passing Cowher for second at 149. Noll leads at 193 wins. Tomlin is the only of the three never to finish a season with a losing record.