A pair of backups with starting experience are making their free agent visits. Nashville’s The City Paper is reporting that Chris Simms will be visiting the Broncos on Wednesday. No word on if this will hurt Jay Cutler‘s feelings, though Simms is only expected to be a backup. The Lions are also reportedly interested in Simms, too.
Rex Grossman is expected to meet with Cincinnati on Thursday according to Local 12 news. The Bengals seek a backup quarterback after Ryan Fitzpatrick signed with the Bills. The Bengals also will be visiting with quarterbacks J.P. Losman and J.T. O’Sullivan along with receiver Ashley Lelie.
- The Baltimore Sun is reporting that Pro Bowl center Matt Birk met with the Ravens for three hours on Wednesday and will continue to meet with the team on Thursday. Baltimore lost center Jason Brown to St. Louis.
- Former Browns free-agent safety Mike Adams has completed his visit in Green Bay and will move on to New England according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
The Washington Post is reporting that the Redskins are still interested in bringing back guard Pete Kendall in a reserve role. The Post is also reporting that Vinny Cerrato is disappointed by Jason Taylor‘s refusal to committ to the team’s offseason training schedule. Maybe the Redskins should have had their offseason training schedule shown on ABC.