According to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Pittsburgh Steelers, along with several other NFL teams, recently showed interest in B.C. Lions right tackle Jovan Olafioye, who was named the best offensive lineman in the CFL last season.
The 6 feet 5½ inch, 320 pound Olafioye started every game the last three seasons for the Lions and surrendered just one sack in his past two seasons. The Green Bay Packers reportedly passed on signing Olafioye recently after turning him down for medical reasons. According to the report, Olafioye requires medication to control hypertension.
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