The Sounds of Draft Weekend

SteelCitySports George Von Benko captured the sounds of the Pittsburgh Steelers' big draft weekend. From the initial trade to land Troy Polamalu to assessments of the draft class, hear what the Steelers, old and new, had to say.

Coach Bill Cowher and director of operations Kevin Colbert discuss the players selected in this weekend's draft and the attempts to acquire additional picks, as well as the quarterback and offensive tackle situations.

Kevin Colbert feels that despite the low number of draft picks, all five selections are quality players

Coach Bill Cowher explains that attempts to acquire additional selections were unsuccessful

Coach Bill Cowher is happy with the state of his football team and the positions addressed in the draft

The Steelers brass was quick to throw around words like "energy" and "special" when it came to their newest Steelers defender and first round selection Troy Polamalu. Listen in here!

Kevin Colbert addresses the selection of Troy Polamalu

Coach Bill Cowher comments on Troy Polamalu's presence

Troy Polamalu on his need for improvement

Florida State defensive end Alonzo Jackson was certainly excited to become a Steeler. Listen to his thoughts and those of his new position coach in the newest sound bites directly from the Steelers War Room! checks in with Willy Robinson inside the Steelers War Room as he addresses the selection of "nasty" Louisiana-Lafayette CB Ivan Taylor.

Secondary coach Willy Robinson says Ivan Taylor brings what the Steelers look for in a corner

Ivan Taylor describes his onfield demeanor -- nasty!

Offensive Coordinator Mike Mularkey breaks down the Steelers fifth round selection Boston College quarterback Brian St. Pierre.

Offensive Coordinator Mike Mularkey likes fifth round QB Briane St. Pierre's intelligence, confidence, and accuracy

QB Bian St. Pierre feels all he lacks is experience and can throw the football as well as any QB in this draft

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