The winds of change have swept through the Pittsburgh Steelers' locker room. With Ben Roethlisberger's retirement this offseason, there are no members of Pittsburgh's last Super Bowl team currently on the roster. The lockers of those players are now being occupied by a new wave of Steelers who are trying to add to the franchise's collection of championship hardware. 

The former locker of one of Roethlisberger's most famous teammates, Hall of Fame safety Troy Polamalu, is currently being occupied by Najee Harris (h/t Jim Wexell of Steel City Insider), who is currently being groomed by Mike Tomlin and defensive captain Cam Heyward as a new team leader. 

"I'm bridging the transitional leadership-relationship between Cam Heyward and Najee," Tomlin said on The Pivot Podcast. "Najee is a leader. He was a born leader. He's got good football morals. He sees the game the way we see the game. He wants to be a part of what's right, so that needs to be cultivated. That needs to be trained. ... We're not going to ask him to lead without teaching him how to do it, what it looks like, what it entails, not only in our words but in our actions."

Tomlin's praise quickly got back to Harris, who responded via social media. 

"Got the upmost respect for this dude," Harris wrote. "Everything he speaks is the truth. I'm still learning every day. I'm more than happy I got these people in my corner."