It's no joke to face the NFL's leading defensive player, and as such it's a challenge that the Steelers apparently take seriously to complicate that he worked for the left guard for a second consecutive day. If Sunday is against the Rams at Heinz Field, he would be inside the line, possibly concentrating on preventing Aaron Donald from doing AD things all day.
At 6-6, 330 pounds, Feiler would offer a larger frame than BJ Finney the youngest replacement for Ramon Foster who stays out with a concussion and does not play on Sunday did the first team reps with the right attitude, his natural position.
"They just want to give me reruns and keep me up to date with whatever they can," Feiler answered without commenting on it after the training session.
Right. In the week of a big game.
Okorafor, who spoke a little later, offered little more.
"I have no idea what the game plan is," he said. "I just keep doing my thing, if they need me to play scout team, left, right, it does not matter." Gimmick Defense is for Mike Tomlin and Keith Butler anything but the norm, but Donald is no ordinary opponent. If Feiler stays inside, it will almost certainly be to help Maurkice Pouncey with a double team and not act in isolation. 1
So, no preferred level of comfort?
"Not really, I will play any position."  I approached this topic later in the day with Craig Wolfley of Steelers Nation Radio an expert in the field, when he hosted a full radio show on 105.9 the X today, and he had additional insights:
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