Cornerback Sterling Moore, who did not receive a qualifying offer last week from the Dallas Cowboys as a restricted free agent, is reportedly scheduled to visit the 49ers on Wednesday.
Moore is reportedly traveling to meet with Pittsburgh Steelers coaches and officials on Tuesday. He is scheduled to make the trip to Santa Clara to visit the 49ers on Wednesday, reports ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
Moore played 14 games in two seasons with the New England Patriots after originally signing with the Raiders as an undrafted rookie.
After the Patriots cut him in October of 2012, Moore signed with the Cowboys. Last season, Moore played in all 16 games with seven starts. He did not have any interceptions, but he broke up 12 passes.
Moore became a free agent after the Cowboys declined to give him a qualifying offer as a restricted free agent.
Moore, 25, attended Deer Valley High in Antioch, and played collegiately at Southern Methodist.