Free agent offensive tackle Winston Justice is set to visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Justice will also make a visit to the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday.
Of course, that's provided he doesn't get a contract offer that's too good to leave on the table in Pittsburgh. Both teams could use Justice's help, with the Steelers not drafting any offensive linemen despite hurting for depth at key positions, and the Browns not addressing the position until the seventh round.
Justice started 12 games for the Indianapolis Colts last season, and likely would have been back if Indianapolis didn't sign Gosder Cherilus, one of the top tackles on the market, in free agency prior to the NFL Draft.
It's the first significant news about Justice since he hit the open market. It's no surprise that guys who didn't get much play prior to the draft are now getting looked at, as teams conducted their drafts and now know specifically where to value the remaining free agents. Expect plenty of guys like Justice to get scooped up in the following weeks.