The Facts: The Steelers are involved in the receiver market. They've inquired on several, including Williams.
Diehards Line: Per ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler, they could settle on a second-tier player market depending on price, but it wouldn't surprise if they signed a new playmaker for Ben Roethlisberger. Williams caught 41 passes for 653 yards and five touchdowns for the Chargers last year, and that 15.9-yard average would make him a big-play complement to JuJu Smith-Schuster. Other teams that have been mentioned in connection with Williams have acquired other receivers, including the Raiders (Brown), the Browns (Odell Beckham Jr.), and to a lesser degree the Colts (Devin Funchess).