Flozell Adams Visited the Broncos

Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports that free agent offensive tackle Flozell Adams visited the Denver Broncos recently.

Adams, released on April 12 by the Dallas Cowboys, will continue to talk with interested NFL teams, La Canfora adds.

With Pro Bowler Ryan Clady out for a few months after partially tearing the patellar tendon in his left knee playing basketball this off-season, the Broncos are likely in the market for an experienced left tackle. Starting right tackle Ryan Harris, Tyler Polumbus, 2010 second-round pick Zane Beadles, journeyman D'Anthony Batiste, and undrafted free agents Chris Marinelli and Paul Duncan are the other tackles on the Broncos' off-season roster.

A second-round pick out of Michigan State in 1998, the 6-7, 338-pound Adams started 178 of his 182 career games during his 12 seasons with the Cowboys, earning five trips to the Pro Bowl.

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