Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Steelers' picks: Round 3/79 -- Kraig Urbik, G, 6-5 1/2, 330, Wisconsin...Thin at guard in terms of depth, talent and size, the Steelers needed to improve and Urbik likely will compete with Darnell Stapleton, who took over at right guard last season when Kendall Simmons was lost with an injury. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Kraig Urbik News
08/23/16 - C/G Kraig Urbik could get a chance at backup duties this week with C Mike Pouncey (hip) sidelined. Urbik is battling C/G Jamil Douglas for a backup OL job.
08/04/16 - C/G Kraig Urbik, a veteran brought in for depth, has been working at backup guard but hasn't really received much time with the starters. Urbik could have a tough time making the roster considering Miami won't keep more nine offensive linemen and likely will have eight.
06/09/16 - G Kraig Urbik remains in contention for a roster spot despite a crowded field that includes draftees such as Laremy Tunsil (first round, 2016), Dallas Thomas (third round, 2013), Billy Turner (third round, 2014) and Jamil Douglas (fourth round, 2015), and free-agent signee Jermon Bushrod (Chicago). Head coach Adam Gase said Urbik's experience should work to his advantage. But the other guards have youth and draft status on their side.
03/22/16 - G Kraig Urbik, who had his contract terminated by the Bills March 1, was signed by the Dolphins Tuesday (March 22).
03/01/16 - G Kraig Urbik had his contract terminated by the Bills Tuesday (March 1). "We want to thank Boobie (Dixon), Kraig and Mario (Williams) for everything they did during their years with our franchise," general manager Doug Whaley said. "Each of them contributed to our team in a unique way. Days like this are never easy and this is a part of the business that is difficult on everyone. We will now focus our attention on moving forward as we continue to prepare for free agency, the upcoming draft and the 2016 season."