Cory Procter to Visit the Broncos

Free agent offensive lineman Cory Procter, released by the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, is visiting the Denver Broncos, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

An undrafted free agent from the University of Montana, Procter began his NFL career with the Detroit Lions. Signed off the Lions' practice squad by the Cowboys in 2005, Procter made his NFL debut in 2007.

Procter started 13 of 44 games over his three seasons in Big D, and was tendered at the "Second Round" level as a restricted free agent this off-season. Had Procter played under that one-year tender, he would have earned $1.759 million dollars in base salary. Entering the free agent market at this point of the off-season means Procter will be hard-pressed to earn more than the veteran minimum ($630,000) in base salary this season.

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