Here is a gallery of Pittsburgh photos taken by Senior Writer Dale Grdnic and Correspondent Denise Grdnic:
Wideout Jonathan Baldwin takes a break from camp action.
Backup receiver Aundre Wright awaits his turn in a drill, while Pitt AD Steve Pederson takes in the action.
QB Pat Bostick under the watchful eye of OC Frank Cignetti.
Senior WR Greg Cross just hopes for a chance.
Andrew Devlin will make for an imposing target next fall.
Pitt OC Frank Cignetti rarely took his eyes off his QBs.
Pitt D-line coach Greg Gattuso on the move, well, er, in motion anyway.
Gattuso with an up-close view of the D-line drills.
Redshirt sophomore OT Dan Matha.
Mick Williams, Doug Fulmer, Gus Mustakas and Chas Alecxih hit the showers.
WR Oderick Turner hopes for a big senior season.
Pitt's O-linemen work on their technique.
Pitt defensive coordinator Phil Bennett.
Redshirt junior left offensive tackle Jason Pinkston.
Redshirt sophomore running back Shariff Harris.
Gattuso with redshirt freshman DE Shayne Hale.
Pitt starting O-linemen.
Pitt OL coach Tony Wise strenuously makes a point.
Pitt head coach Dave Wannstedt searches for a starting lineup during training camp.
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