Updated: Monday, 08 Mar 2010, 10:45 PM EST
Published : Sunday, 07 Mar 2010, 9:39 PM EST
ORCHARD PARK, NY (WIVB) - The Bills search for offensive lineman has veteran Cornell Green in town. News 4 Sports has learned that the 12-year vet will meet with the team on Monday. Green spent the last three seasons playing for the Raiders. He started 38 games, mostly at right tackle.
That's a position of need for the Bills since the sudden retirement of Brad Butler.
Green has also played for the Buccaneers, Broncos and Jets. Before his last three seasons with the Raiders, the 33-year old Green had only 5 career starts.
Friday, the Bills had a free agent visit from another veteran lineman, Wade Smith. He left Buffalo without signing, and was reportedly meeting with the Texans on Monday.
ESPN reported Sunday night that the Bills have interest in former Dolphins linebacker Joey Porter. He's a pass rusher used to playing in the 3-4, and would fill a major need for the Bills. New Buffalo defensive coordinator George Edwards coached Porter last year.