Weeks after Ahmad Bradshaw took a physical with the Pittsburgh Steelers but left an initial meeting without receiving a contract offer, the former Giants' running back is scheduled to visit with the Steelers again before the NFL Draft, according to NFL.com.

The Steelers are reportedly monitoring the progress of Bradshaw's surgically-repaired right foot before deciding whether to tender an offer to the diminutive back. When Bradshaw underwent surgery in late-January, it marked the third time he had surgery on his right foot since 2009. During the procedure Bradshaw had a screw in his foot replaced with a larger one, the Newark Star-Ledger reported.

In the meantime, a report from Pro Football Talk surfaced on Wednesday that the Bengals have also expressed interest in Bradshaw. Earlier this week, Cincinnati reportedly met with Cowboys free agent running back Felix Jones. Last season, Bengals starting running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis rushed for 1,094 yards on 3.9 yards per carry.

While Bradshaw (5-10, 214) has earned a reputation for playing through pain in his six seasons in the league, he suffered an inordinate number of injuries last season. Besides the foot ailment, Bradshaw also played through knee and neck injuries in 2012.