Last updated: October 02. 2013 12:30PM - 1175 Views
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The 0-4 Pittsburgh Steelers are trading for a former Penn State star in hopes of strengthening their struggling offensive line, according to multiple reports.

The Steelers are either in the process or completing or have completed a deal for Arizona Cardinal starting left tackle Levi Brown, according to a reports on SI.com.

Brown, a former top 5 pick in the NFL Draft, would compete with Mike Adams for time at left tackle.

Both players have struggled this season.

The Steelers coaching staff does have some experience with Brown. Steeler offensive coordinator Todd Haley was offensive coordinator in Arizona when the Cardinals drafted Brown in 2007.

The 29-year-old tackle is making $4.75 million this year.

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