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
12/28/16 - C Kraig Urbik struggled at times last week in his first start at the position but eventually settled in and did a nice job. It appears Urbik will continue to keep the starting job for the foreseeable future.
12/18/16 - C Kraig Urbik started in place of Anthony Steen against the Jets and was part of a pass protection unit that only allowed one sack. Miami only rushed for 67 yards (2.5 yards per carry), which isn't good, but Urbik, an eight-year veteran, didn't have a botched snap with backup QB Matt Moore and seems to be the new starter.
11/16/16 - G Kraig Urbik is the most likely candidate to start at left guard with LT Branden Albert (wrist) being out this week. LT Laremy Tunsil probably will shift to left tackle. Urbik was on the field last week for the drive that resulted on RB Damien Williams' 2-yard touchdown run.
09/30/16 - OL Kraig Urbik, the third-stringer, started at center Thursday at Cincinnati.
08/28/16 - C/G Kraig Urbik might be fighting for a job this week against Tennessee. The Dolphins are packed at guard and center among starters Mike Pouncey, Laremy Tunsil and Jermon Bushrod and backups Dallas Thomas, Billy Turner and Anthony Steen. That could leave Urbik to battle veteran OTs Ulrick John and Sam Young depending on how many offensive linemen Miami keeps.