Steelers 2018 Free Agency Poll Who Stays? Who Goes? Sound Off Steelers Nation!

There’s been a lot of Sound and Fury in Steelers Nation since the playoff loss to the Jaguars and finally its almost time for it to mean something. In a few hours the Steelers will need to decide to place the franchise tag on Le’Veon Bell, and if reports are correct, that is exactly what they’ll do.

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Le’Veon Bell score his first touchdown in London, 2013. Photo Credit: Jamie McDonald, Getty Images, via CBS Local

And, in a little over a week, the rest of the Steelers 2018 free agents will be free to sign with other NFL teams. Steel Curtain Rising has already provided detailed profiles on each of the Steelers 2018 free agents, both restricted and unrestricted, giving our views on who should stay and who should go.

Now it is your turn to sound off in our Steelers 2018 Free Agency Poll:

Le’Veon Bell is of course the biggest and most consequential decision the Steelers face, and after that there’s a sharp drop off as the only other real “Starter capable” unrestricted free agent the Steelers have is Chris Hubbard.

The Steelers 2018 restricted free agents are and Fitzgerald Toussaint, Chris Boswell, Anthony Chickillo, Greg Ducre (who??? Yeah, we asked that too; you can find out more about Greg Ducre here) and Eli Rogers.

Jordan Berry and Roosevelt Nix were also set to become restricted free agents, but the Steelers have already resigned them. Still, you can vote on whether you think it was a good idea for the Steelers to sign them or not.

So please take a moment to cast your votes, better yet cast your vote and make your case in the comment column! Thanks in advance for voting!

Has Steelers free agency left you scrambling? Click here for our Steelers 2018 Free Agent tracker or click here for all Steelers 2018 free agency focus articles.

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