Cory Procter Free Agency Tour Hits AFC East

Free agent offensive lineman Cory Procter visited with the Denver Broncos on Tuesday, but left without a contract offer.

Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com reports the 6-4, 311-pound center/guard visited with the New England Patriots today, and Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that Procter is en route to Miami to meet with the Miami Dolphins on Thursday.

Procter, a restricted free agent, was released by the Dallas Cowboys on Monday.

Originally signed by the Detroit Lions as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Montana, the Cowboys signed Procter off the Lions' practice squad in 2005. Procter made his NFL debut in 2007, and has started 13 of 44 games for the Cowboys over the last three seasons.

Dolphins president Bill Parcells was the Cowboys' head coach in 2007, and Dolphins' general manager Jeff Ireland was the Cowboys' Director of College & Pro Scouting when the team signed Procter in 2005. Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano was the Cowboys' offensive line coach, as well.

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