The Pittsburgh Steelers have already made a few moves with their offensive line this offseason, and they might not be done yet. The Steelers are bringing in a former New York Giant for a visit.
Source: I'm told G Geoff Schwartz is visiting with the #Steelers today.— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 24, 2016
The Steelers would not be signing Schwartz as a starter. Instead, he'd provide depth behind Ramon Foster and David DeCastro. If Schwartz heads to Pittsburgh, it'd likely be on a short, cheap contract. Schwartz played well last year, so it'd be a bit of a surprise to see him be a backup next year.
The 29-year old guard has battled injuries recently, which helped hurt his value. The Giants cut him this offseason, so Schwartz is looking for a new NFL team for the fifth time. He was drafted by the Carolina Panthers and spent time with the Minnesota Vikings and Kansas City Chiefs before joining the Giants.