Steelers 2021 exit interviews: Montravious Adams and Isaiahh Loudermilk

The Pittsburgh Steelers 2021 NFL season is over. Because the Steelers are one of 31 teams that haven’t finished reaching their ultimate goal, they’re wrapping up their season and moving forward into 2022.

Since the Steelers conduct exit interviews with all of their players, we here at BTSC thought we would do the same. By describing two players each day, we will be able to look back on their season as well as look forward. Since Coach Tomlin said he’s starting his interviews with rookies, first-year players and those heading into free agency, we’ll do the same. To start, we’ll match a potential free agent with a freshman player as we work through this process to eventually cover the entire Steelers roster.

Next up are defensive linemen Montravius ​​Adams and Isaiahh Loudermilk.


Montravius ​​Adams

Photo by David Eulitt/Getty Images

Position: Defensive tackle
Years with the Steelers: 1
Years in the NFL: 5
Contract status: Free agent
Contract details: No dead money.
Matches played in 2021: 5 regular season, 1 playoffs
Games started in 2021: 4 regular season
Snaps (regular season): 171 (defense), 18 (special units)
PFF Rating: 60.5 (58th out of 121)
Notable stats (regular season): Adams had eight tackles, including one for a loss, three quarterback hits and one pass defended. Adams’ 2021 stats with the Saints are not included, and his sacking came in the Steelers’ postseason game.

Remarks: Although he didn’t come to the Steelers until Week 13, Adams did a good job filling in for the Steelers at tackle when other options were no longer available. With Tyson Alualu out for the season and Isaiah Buggs finding himself in the doghouse, Adams came on and did what the Steelers needed him to do. If the two parties can reach a reasonable agreement, re-signing Adams before the free agent period arrives would be in the Steelers’ best interest.


Isaiahh Loudermilk

NFL: AFC Wild Card Playoffs - Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Denny Medley – USA TODAY Sports

Position: Defensive tackle
Years with the Steelers: 1
Years in the NFL: 1
Contract status: Signed until 2024
Contract details: $905,072 the salary cap reached for 2022. It would cost the Steelers $240,216 in dead money if released.
Matches played in 2021: 15 regular season, 1 post-season
Games started in 2021: 2regular season
Snaps (regular season): 288 (defense), 43 (special units)
PFF Rating: 45.4 (107th out of 121)
Notable stats (regular season): Loudermilk had 23 tackles, three passes defended and 1.0 sacks.

Remarks: The Steelers used a 2022 fourth-round draft pick to advance to the fifth round against Loudermilk last spring. While many thought the trade was foolish, Loudermilk performed adequately in a rookie season in which many hoped he would never be called up. In what could almost be copied and pasted from every rookie evaluation, Loudermilk’s 2022 offseason will be very telling if he can become another great defensive lineman for the Steelers or if he will be another draft pick. forgotten halfway through.


So what do you think? How would you conduct Adam and Loudermilk’s exit interview? Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.

Be sure to check back each day for another set of exit interviews. If you missed any of the previous articles, they are listed here:

Ben Roethlisberger and Najee Harris
Eric Ebron and Pat Freiermuth
Trai Turner and Kendrick Green
Chuks Okorafor and Dan Moore Jr.
Robert Spillane and Buddy Johnson

About Myra R.

Check Also

Heat control: Lynn’s Brisbane exit pushes for reset

So, after 11 seasons and a particularly long showreel, the most celebrated player-club relationship in …