The Denver Broncos are reportedly interested in bringing in a former Dallas Cowboy. Now, this has nothing to do with current Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. Instead, they are apparently considering addressing their biggest need with the Cowboys’ greatest strength.

The 27-year-old Leary has been the starting left guard for the Cowboys for the last four season. That being said, it is worth mentioning that injuries have cost him 16 games during that span. Still, he proved to be effective in 13 games during 2016, not surrendering a single sack and helping running back Ezekiel Elliott emerge as one of the NFL’s premier running back.

According to Pro Football Focus, Leary is the fifth-ranked free agent offensive lineman. The Broncos also figure to have interest in the people above him, such as Andrew Whitworth and T.J. Lang.