Most offseason moves have happened by now, but there are still some unsigned players and teams still have needs.

On Tuesday, CBS Sports named the biggest remaining need for each AFC team. And they feel like the Pittsburgh Steelers could stand to add an offensive tackle to their roster.

From CBS Sports:

Cornerback was an area of concern because the Steelers lack a top tier option. Levi Wallace and Cam Sutton are solid, however, and Tre Norwood looked the part at times also. They did well to address the interior offensive line, but offensive tackle is still the biggest question mark. Perhaps Dan Moore Jr. takes the next step in his career and Chukwuma Okorafor returns to form following an injury, but that is a lot to gamble on in a division that features Myles GarrettTrey Hendrickson and other young pass rushers. It is not an ideal situation for a first-year starter at quarterback in their organization.

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Nov 21, 2021; Inglewood, California, USA; Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin watches game action against the Los Angeles Chargers during the first half at SoFi Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

The Steelers’ offensive line is easily the offense’s weak point entering the 2022 season.

Pittsburgh also has question marks at quarterback — Kenny Pickett and Mitch Trubisky each have a lot to prove this season. But if the offensive line can’t protect the quarterback, it won’t matter how well they play. They’ll both be destined to fail.

Former Pro-Bowl offensive lineman Eric Fisher, who is still a free agent, could be a good option for Pittsburgh. Fisher is just 31 and he was a Pro-Bowler as recently as 2020. He tore his Achilles at the end of the 2020 season with the Kansas City Chiefs. Fisher had a tough start to the 2021 season, but he turned things around and ended up having a solid year with the Indianapolis Colts.

Signing Fisher would be a low-risk/high-reward move. If he returns to Pro Bowl form, it could one of the biggest steals of the offseason.

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