The 2018 Steelers season ended when they gathered on the Heinz Field grass and watched C.J. Mosley intercept Baker Mayfield. The Ravens delivered the final blow to the Steelers from four hours away, but make no mistake, the Steelers suffered from self-inflicted wounds over the final weeks of the season.

The weeks that followed weren’t any better as Antonio Brown orchestrated his escape from the Steelers, played out in excruciatingly slow fashion. The offseason was as much of a soap opera as their tumultuous regular season, and now it’s finally coming to an end.

This week the Steelers begin organized team activities, and they represent the beginning of a new chapter for the Steelers and a chance to move with a new group of players.

The Steelers will have 10 voluntary OTAs plus a mandatory three-day minicamp over the next month before training camp begins in late July. Here are five questions to ponder as the team begins preparations for the coming season:

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