The Steelers met with two more free agents Thursday but so far they remain free agents. Halfback Ahmad Bradshaw and safety James Sanders spent time at their South Side facility. Bradshaw, who is recovering from surgery on a broken right foot that has pestered him for the past two seasons, underwent a physical. Despite his foot problem, Bradshaw, 27, rushed for 1,015 yards in 2012 with a 4.6-yard average per carry for the New York Giants. Sanders, 29, played six seasons for the Patriots after they drafted him in the fourth round in 2005 from Fresno State.
Steelers meet free agents, trying to fill specific gaps
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Mar 29