The Denver Broncos have lost out on Brandon Mebane and Amobi Okoye on the defensive line. Maybe if they look at defensive end their luck will change. Former Atlanta Falcons defensive end Jamaal Anderson, released last week, is scheduled to visit the Broncos, according to Pro Football Talk. He is also reportedly set to visit the Houston Texans.
Anderson hasn't lived up to being the eighth overall selection in the 2007 NFL Draft. HE has just 4-1/2 sacks in 60 career NFL games for the Falcons. He has failed to show any ability to rush the passer in an effective way. But it would be too early to write off the 25-year-old defender. At 6-foot-5, 288 pounds, Anderson would certainly add size up front for the Broncos.
Elvis Dumervil will make his return to the defensive line after missing all of last season. Robert Ayers is expected to take over the other defensive end position.
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