Jaguars signed DT Ziggy Hood, formerly of the Steelers, to a four-year, $16 million contract.
Free agent DL Ziggy Hood is visiting the Jaguars.
ESPN's Scott Brown believes it is unlikely the Steelers re-sign free agent DL Ziggy Hood.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette thinks the Steelers could consider moving Ziggy Hood to nose tackle in 2013.
The Tribune-Review calls Steelers DE Ziggy Hood "one of the NFL's least-productive players at his position."
Steelers DE Ziggy Hood left Sunday's game in the second quarter with a back injury and did not return.
Ziggy Hood has been the Steelers' "clear-cut starter" at left end through the early days of camp.
Steelers LE Ziggy Hood has lost 18 pounds of fat and gained 20 pounds of muscle after working out with Outer Limit Athletic Performance this offseason.
Ziggy Hood has an "inside track" on the Steelers' starting left end job.
The Steelers have had internal discussions about moving Ziggy Hood from end to nose tackle.
Steelers DE Ziggy Hood (hamstring) is expected to play in Monday's game against the 49ers.
Steelers LE Ziggy Hood was forced from Thursday's game in the second quarter with a groin injury.
Ziggy Hood is now the Steelers' permanent starter at left end.
Steelers LE Ziggy Hood is recovering from surgery to clean out bone spurs in his ankle.