Erratic Steelers defense hoping to disrupt Gronk, Patriots (The Associated Press)

When the Pittsburgh Steelers drafted Sean Davis in the second round last spring, defensive coordinator Keith Butler reveled in the possibilities. Here was a 6-foot-1, 202-pound guy who could play both safety and cornerback depending on the situation, someone with the size and the speed to keep up with – if not totally neutralize – players like New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. ”You would like to think we could put him on Gronk and say we got him,” Butler said.