Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Kelvin Beachum has already started his offseason training program and that includes working out at in Arizona at LeCharles Bentley O-Line Performance.
A few days ago, Beachum posted a short video on his Instagram account showing him working on his pass protection footwork.
Beachum, who was drafted in the seventh-round of the 2012 NFL Draft out of SMU, has proven the last two seasons that undersized offensive linemen can still start in the NFL at left tackle.
Beachum, who measured in at the 2012 NFL Combine at just under 6’3″, has started 27 games at left tackle for the Steelers over the course of the last two seasons.
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