If the Pittsburgh Steelers want veteran experience at offensive tackle then Bobby Hart is a player that could fit their need. The most experienced offensive tackle on the Steelers’ roster is Joe Haeg, who has 38 career starts, however, he has only nine over the past three seasons.
As for Bobby Hart, he spent the past three seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and has started 45 games at right tackle over that stretch. Prior to the Bengals, Hart was a member of the New York Giants and started 21 games.
For the Steelers, it would also be a low-cost move to address a need as Hart is currently under contract for only this year for a salary of $1,127,500. As for the Bills, this would help clear a path for rookies Spencer Brown and Tommy Doyle to be the primary backup at tight end behind Dion Dawkins and Daryl Williams.