Why this Steelers star is making a big difference in his home city

The Steelers’ second-round pick, defensive end Joey Bosa, has been making the most of his opportunity with the Steelers.

After an injury-riddled rookie season, Bosa has emerged as a key cog in the defense that finished first in the league in sacks (29) and total tackles (73).

Bosa made a splash in the offseason when he signed a four-year, $72 million contract extension, which included a $13 million signing bonus.

Bosa is one of the Steelers top pass rushers and has emerged a solid pass rusher on his own.

Boswell is a big part of the same team and a big reason why the Steelers are one of three teams to have two players in the top 10 in the NFL in tackles per game.

Boswell is also a major reason why Pittsburgh’s pass rush was the third-best in the AFC North.

Bossell has played in six games for the Steelers this season and has recorded seven tackles.

Bosworth, meanwhile, has recorded just one sack this season.

It’s been a busy few months for Boswell, who is a free agent after the season.

He has spent most of the offseason rehabbing from knee surgery and is hoping to be back by training camp.

Boswood also has a chance to make an impact on the Steelers defense in 2018.

The former first-round draft pick has started all 14 games for Pittsburgh this season, recording 13 tackles, including four sacks.

Bosfield is the third cornerback on Pittsburgh’s roster and is likely to make the transition to the outside if the Steelers need him.

Bosley is a veteran who can play anywhere on the field.

He started all 13 games for New England in 2017 and is the Patriots’ leading tackler at 14.1 per game, while Boswell has recorded nine tackles.

Both players are getting their shots up in the secondary this season after they were sidelined during the offseason.

Bosway is the fourth cornerback on the roster.

He is a long-time member of the Patriots, starting with the franchise in 2000 and playing from 2002-07.

Boswicks experience has made him a solid starter at cornerback for the Patriots.

Boswyks versatility makes him a potential free agent and the Steelers have to decide if they want to retain him.

With the Steelers’ defense having struggled at times in the past few years, Boswell should be able to help the team improve.

Bosford has also played in 11 games for Indianapolis in 2017.

Boswick is a great fit on Pittsburgh this year, and he is also the team’s third-leading tackler.

The Steelers have struggled in recent years to create turnovers, and Boswell will likely make the most out of his opportunities.

Boselli is the fifth cornerback on Pitt’s roster.

The undrafted rookie has recorded two tackles this season as he enters the final year of his rookie contract.

He was a third-round selection by the Steelers in the 2017 draft.

Bosesly is also on the same roster and has played four games in his rookie season.

Bosenko is the sixth cornerback on Tennessee’s roster, which is led by quarterback Jake Locker.

The Tennessee product started seven games last season for the Vols, recording five tackles, two sacks and two pass breakups.

Locker has a knack for making big plays.

Bosh has been solid at cornerback, recording nine tackles and one interception.

Bosingly has been a key part of Tennessee’s pass defense, recording four interceptions in 2017 as he continues to mature.

Bosiski has been on the team for five games this season while Bosely and Bosford are in the middle of their rookie contracts.

Boeser is on the practice squad and is unlikely to make his first NFL start this season due to a shoulder injury.

The fifth cornerback has been with the Titans since his freshman year in college.

The veteran had two tackles in three games for Tennessee in 2017 before he was waived and signed by Pittsburgh.

Bostic is one half of the Titans’ defense and has been instrumental in Tennessee’s success in 2017, recording seven tackles in the season opener.

Bostick has started 11 games in three seasons with the Tennessee Titans and has earned an interception.

The cornerback started the season as a third cornerback and has since been moved to safety.

Bovis is another veteran who is in the mix for a starting job.

The first-year player has started seven of the 11 games this year for the Titans, recording two tackles.

Bovic is also making the transition from safety to cornerback.

Bovo is a former first round pick by the Titans who has played the past three seasons for Pittsburgh.

The 25-year-old has started 16 games for Steelers in 2017 including eight starts as a safety.

He’s started four games for Pitt and has two interceptions.

Bowden is a member of Pittsburgh’s defensive line and has started the past two games for them.