Defensive end Melvin Ingram felt extremely good while talking to Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and that was the main reason why he chose to sign with the Steelers.
This week, three-time Pro Bowler Ingram agreed to sign a one-year deal, worth $4 million with the Steelers.
Ingram, who was selected in the first round of the 2012 NFL by the San Diego Chargers, changed teams for the first time in his career.
“I met with coach (Mike) Tomlin. You can tell he’s very involved & a players’ coach. That’s what stood out to me. He wants to win and that is what I am on. My role is my role. He just told me to come in and be me. Everyone knows how I play,” Ingram told Josina Anderson.