Per ESPN reporter and member of Inside the NFL show Josina Anderson, Dallas Cowboys free agent cornerback Sterling Moore will visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Steelers lost cornerback Brice McCain to free agency last week and are to visit with Patrick Robinson, a free agent corner from the New Orleans Saints as well this week. With two free agent defensive backs in Pittsburgh, the Steelers are likely looking for veteran experience to bolster depth at the position instead of relying solely on the 2015 NFL Draft.
At 5’10”, 202 pounds Moore doesn’t have exceptional height but has recorded 80 tackles, 20 passes defended, three interceptions and a touchdown. Moore went undrafted in 2011 and spent time with the Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots before moving onto the Cowboys roster. Moore mainly played in the nickel package in Dallas after B.W. Webb took the starting position.
The Steelers will most likely work Robinson and Moore out to compare notes and determine which player would fit best in their defense.
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