Lewis (hip) is scheduled to visit with the Steelers, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports. Lewis was released by the Saints last Friday as he continued to deal with hip issues throughout the preseason. The veteran cornerback expects to be ready for Week 1 but his medical history could discourage Pittsburgh from bringing him on. If he does sign with the Steelers, he will likely serve as an established third cornerback behind William Gay and Ross Cockrell.
Lewis (hip) was released by the Saints Friday, Josh Katzenstein of the Detroit News reports. The veteran corner has been dealing with a hip injury during training camp. He has spent his last three seasons with the Saints, but saw his role greatly reduced last season.
Lewis (hip) learned that he is dealing with an abductor strain and does not have a season-ending injury Thursday, Sean Fazende of Fox 8 reports. Lewis has been nursing a hip injury for nearly a week now. Luckily for the depth corner, the injury does not appear to be season-ending and his chances of making the Saints' 53-man roster live to see another day. Prior to last season, the 30-year-old played in 16 regular season games over four consecutive years with both Pittsburgh and New Orleans.
Lewis (hip) did not practice Thursday, ESPN.com reports. Lewis had been sidelined until Wednesday while residing on the Saints' PUP list, but did not suffer any setbacks as his absence on Thursday was a scheduled day off, according to head coach Sean Payton. For now, expect the Saints to continue taking a cautious approach in bringing Lewis back from hip surgery.
Lewis (leg) returned to practice on Wednesday, ending his stint on the PUP list. Lewis missed the first few days of training camp due to a sports hernia he suffered back in January. He'll now look to compete with Delvin Breaux for the starting cornerback gig.
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