Free agent DB Sterling Moore told me he plans to fly to Pittsburgh this evening. Visit w/ t/ #Steelers set to cont. through Tues @ this time— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 16, 2015
The Pittsburgh Steelers are bringing in former Dallas Cowboys' defensive back Sterling Moore Monday, per ESPN's Josina Anderson. The Steelers already have had former New Orleans Saints defensive back Patrick Robinson in for a visit, but are still weighing their options in terms of filling out a secondary desperately needing experience.
Moore has played the last two seasons with the Cowboys, and played in all 16 games in 2014. Moore was credited for 46 combined tackles and didn't record an interception or sack throughout the duration of the season. Moore, in his 5th season, has spent time with the New England Patriots as well.
The Steelers are obviously looking to grab yet another bargain cornerback who can fill in and play valuable snaps, as Brice McCain did in 2014. The report states Moore's visit is supposed to go from Monday into Tuesday, so the Steelers might be weighing their options between Moore and Robinson in hopes of finding the best fit for their team heading into the 2015 season.