As expected, the looming signing of Rodney Hudson by Oakland has the Broncos turning their attention to Stefen Wisniewski and Chris Myers, reports Jeff Legwold.
Wisniewski, the former Oakland center and
son nephew of former longtime Raiders guard Steve, figures to be somewhat less expensive than the man who will replace him. He'll be 26 in two weeks and graded out at minus-2.5 over 1,041 snaps last season.
Myers is an obvious fit, given his lengthy history with Gary Kubiak and lower price tag, but will turn 34 in September and doesn't figure to provide as much of a longer term solution. The former Broncos draftee graded out at plus-2.5 over 1,124 snaps last season.
The other difference between Wisniewski and Myers is that the latter was released by the Texans, so he wouldn't count toward the compensatory pick calculations next offseason.