Steelers may target former Todd Haley favorite, receiver Steve Breaston

The Steelers have salary cap issues that aren’t going away, and they will lose their top receiver Mike Wallace as well. However, they may be able to land a former 1,000 yard receiver that fits their offense like a glove.

According to Jamison Hensly of ESPN.com, in an attempt to shore up their receiving corps, the Steelers may make a move for freshly released Kansas City receiver Steve Breaston.

Breaston was a mainstay in Haley’s offense for the Cardinals and Chiefs. From 2008 to 2011, Breaston averaged 60 catches before having a dreadful 2012 campaign in Kansas City.

He could serve as a suitable replacement for Mike Wallace, and his versatility is something the Steelers' offense needs. His familiarity with Haley would make for a quick transition, and when he’s at his peak, Breaston is a 1,000 yard receiver.