The Buffalo Bills' newly-found interest in free agency has them bringing in two more visitors to the facility today as defensive back Colt Anderson and linebacker Lorenzo Alexander are in the building according to the team.
The follow free agents have arrived at One Bills Drive and are currently visiting with the @buffalobills:— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) April 8, 2016
Anderson, 30, is a safety by trade who has appeared in 77 games over six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and Indianapolis Colts. He started in one game for the Colts last season, and appeared in 14, but only managed seven tackles while largely playing in a special teams role. Anderson was undrafted out of the University of Montana in 2009, making him the second visitor from Dan Carpenter's alma mater this offseason (after Kroy Biermann).
Alexander has appeared in 127 games and started 16, of which 12 came in the 2010 season when he recorded 32 tackles and two forced fumbles. The 32-year-old linebacker spent last year with the Oakland Raiders after two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals and six with the Washington Redskins. Another player who has primarily made his way as a special teamer, he recorded just five tackles in rotational duty for Oakland a year ago.
Along with the other free agents the Bills have brought in over the last few days, the team figures to see these players as low-cost, low-risk bodies who could make an impact on special teams if they end up on the final roster, while also providing depth at positions they feel the need to shore it up.