LaMarr Woodley Eager To Sack New Bengals Quarterback Andy Dalton

The second round of the 2011 NFL Draft is in full swing, with nearly half of the 32 selections already announced. The Pittsburgh Steelers select at No. 63, and the consensus is that the six-time Super Bowl champs will look to improve their secondary or offensive line here on Day 2.

Quick note while we wait to see who the most recent addition to the Steelers family will be. The Cincinnati Bengals, who held the third pick in round two (35th overall), hopes they landed their quarterback of the future in TCU signal caller Andy Dalton. LaMarr Woodley, the Steelers menacing pass-rushing outside linebacker is eager for Dalton to become the starter for the Bengals so that he can introduce himself. Here’s what Woodley had to say on his Facebook page not long ago:

Never sacked a redhead b4… cant wait!!!!!! lol

Can’t wait either!

Stay tuned here and at Behind the Steel Curtain throughout the evening and weekend as rounds two through six of the ’11 Draft unfold.

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