Sources Rams WR Allen Robinson is expected to be traded to the Steelers.

According to sources cited by ESPN's Adam Schefter on Tuesday, the Steelers want to trade for Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Allen Robinson.

In exchange for Pittsburgh's seventh-round pick (No. 234), sources told Schefter that Robinson will go to the Steelers along with a seventh-round pick (No. 251), subject to Robinson passing a physical.

According to the sources, Robinson will get a physical on Wednesday in Pittsburgh. According to the reports, of Robinson's $15.25 million guaranteed contract for the 2023 season,

the Rams will pay $10.25 million and the Steelers will pay the rest $5 million. Robinson, 29, would be another seasoned veteran the Steelers would add to their roster this offseason.

Robinson will become the third-most seasoned player on the Steelers' roster. Robinson joined the Rams in the summer on a three-year, $46.5 million deal, 

but he spent the entire year on injured reserve after suffering a foot ailment late in the campaign. In Week 12, Robinson suffered a left ankle injury against the Kansas City Chiefs. 

The following week, examinations revealed a stress fracture in the foot. He had surgery, which caused him to miss the remaining six games.

Robinson played with the Bears and Jaguars for four years each before signing up with the Rams in free agency last year. In 2015, when Jacksonville was at its best,

Robinson recorded a career-high 14 touchdown passes and 1,400 yards, earning him a Pro Bowl berth. 

- Dalai Lama