Ingram, who has also attracted interest from the chiefs and dolphins this offseason, would fill a mercenary-like need for the Steelers. Pittsburgh is looking to add another contributor on the edge following the free-agent departure of Bud Dupree while Ingram is looking for employment after spending his entire nine-year NFL career in Southern California with the Chargers. Ingram is one sack shy of 50 for his career, and if he’d get a chance to play opposite T.J. Watt and could remain healthy Ingram was limited to seven games last season due to a persistent knee issue it’s likely he’d reach that milestone while in black and gold. We’ll see if the two find a fit with each other this week.
Former Chargers edge rusher Melvin Ingram visiting Steelers