Free agency opens in full today, and after releasing D.J. Williams and Caleb Hanie yesterday, boosting their amount of open cap space to over $16.5 million, the Broncos are expected to make some noise to try and improve the squad that finished 13-3 last season.
They’ve been rumored to be looking at players from a lot of positions – most of them on the defensive side of the ball – but the offensive line has been a less-talked-about spot. According to Ian Rapoport, they might be looking at a way to boost the line with interest being expressed in Buffalo Bills guard Andy Levitre.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 11, 2013
Levitre has started every single game for the Bills since he first walked into the team following the 2009 NFL Draft. In his four seasons with the team, he has played mostly guard, with a few stints at tackle. With the Bills using their Franchise Tag on Jairus Byrd, the other big-name free agent that they had coming into this offseason, Levitre will be on the market unless the team can re-sign him quickly today.
Other teams expected to go after the lineman are Tennessee and Indianapolis, though plenty of teams are likely to have an eye on him if he looks like he’s going to leave Buffalo.
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