Mcdougle to meet w/steelers On tues.
McDougle, unlike the other players, stayed overnight and will return to the Steelers' UPMC facility in the morning. They began negotiations with his agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
"There's a huge interest on our behalf," Rosenhaus said. "We're going to do our very best to hopefully make him a Steeler. We'll see what happens."
McDougle, 28, started at right tackle the past two seasons after injuries marred his first two seasons in the league. The Lions drafted him in the first round in 2000 from Oklahoma. McDougle, who will compete with Starks at tackle, began his NFL career as a guard. The Steelers are looking for depth at guard and tackle.