OXNARD, CA - JULY 30: Flozell Adams #76 of the Dallas Cowboys looks on during the first day of training camp on July 30, 2005 in Oxnard, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn /Getty Images)
There hasn't been a great lack of interest in the cast-off tackle Adams around the league since his release in April, but, due to a $4 million asking price and increasingly questionable abilities, no visible progress has been made toward a signing. His weekend visit with the 2008 champs will not likely help his case.
According to ESPN's Len Pasquarelli, Adams was "okay but not great" in his workout for Pittsburgh--a fairly accurate assessment as well of his past two or so seasons in Dallas.
It was reported last week that Adams was still weighing his options with agent Jordan Woy, and that a signing was not imminent. This conflicted somewhat with other reports that had Pittsburgh as Adams' most viable option after losing right tackle Willie Colon for 2010 with a torn Achilles.
There's no doubt that Adams will play in 2010. However, there has been little indication as to where. One likely option is Denver, who remains interested in the 35-year-old tackle.