Free-agent guard Geoff Schwartz is scheduled to visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson.
Schwartz was released by the New York Giants in February, two years into the four-year, $16.8-million deal he signed with the team as a free agent. He appeared in just two games in 2014 due to a toe injury, and landed on injured reserve last season with a fractured leg after starting the first 11 games.
He certainly isn't going to be one of the Steelers biggest signings, should they offer him a deal, but he could provide necessary depth up front behind newcomer Ryan Harris.
Prior to joining the Giants, Schwartz spent time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, and Carolina Panthers.
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