According to Pro Football Talk, recently released safety Louis Delmas is visiting the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday.
Delmas, who was released by the Detroit Lions last week, spent his entire five-year career with Detroit after being selected in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft out of Western Michigan.
While Delmas did start all 16 games for the Lions in 2013, he was also on their injury report all 16 weeks as well with a knee injury. That knee injury cost him a ton of practice time and many view it as a degenerative condition.
The Steelers are likely only kicking the tires on Delmas and unless he is willing to take the veteran minimum for his accrued years, I would be surprised if he lands in Pittsburgh. The Steelers could use a veteran safety with Ryan Clark unlikely to be re-signed, but Delmas comes with medical red flags on full display.