According to Adam Schefter of ESPN on Twitter, free agent tackle Winston Justice is visiting with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday and is also scheduled to visit with the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday.
The Steelers did not draft an offensive lineman during the 2013 NFL draft, and even though they signed a handful of undrafted free agents afterwards, they still have question marks as far as depth goes on the offensive line.
Justice, who started 12 games with the Indianapolis Colts last season, after spending his first six seasons in the league with the Philadelphia Eagles, is a right tackle that had is problems pass protecting last season.
Justice was also hampered by a concussion and biceps injury last season that forced him to miss time.
The Steelers won\’t have a lot of salary cap space to work with until June, so if they are indeed interested in signing Justice, they will need him to take a one-year qualifying contract for the minimum that comes with a lower cap hit.