ESPN's Adam Schefter reported yesterday that guard / center Cory Procter, who was released by the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, visited the Denver Broncos on Tuesday, citing an unnamed source. Per Schefter's report, the Broncos are not the only team to have expressed interest.
However, no other teams have been revealed to be linked to Procter. Yet.
Schefter points out that versatile guard / center types are not usually available this time of year; which is true, and may help explain why the interest in Procter is coming from not all sides, but many.
Procter was active for each game in 2009, as the team's back-up center, but saw just five snaps from scrimmage. In 2008, he platooned with Montrae Holland to replace the injured Kyle Kosier at left guard. Kosier will now serve as the team's back-up center, and Holland, a veteran, will add depth to the guard position.
Procter was signed by the Cowboys off the Detroit Lions practice squad prior to the 2007 season.
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