More on Leonard Davis

Yes, by now you've heard that free agent lineman Leonard Davis is set to visit the Dallas Cowboys, but do you know what other teams are in contention to land this former No. 2 overall pick in the draft? TheRanchReport.com has the latest in this report.

According to multiple reports released early Friday, offensive lineman Leonard Davis is expected to be in Valley Ranch today visiting with the Dallas Cowboys.

In addition, TheRanchReport.com has also learned that Davis will likely visit several other teams, and that at least one of those teams will be a team also in the NFC East, most likely either New York or Washington.

The Cowboys are looking to solidify several positions on their offensive line this off-season. The team has already locked up Pro Bowl center Andre Gurode to a long-term deal, but sources at Valley Ranch maintain the organization will be aggressive in trying to sign free agents.

Davis, who has started in all 91 games he's appeared in, has experience playing multiple positions.

He played the first half of his career primarily at right guard, before being switched to left tackle, which is where he's played full time since 2004.

Sources informed TheRanchReport.com earlier in the week that Davis, a Texas native and fan of the Cowboys growing up, would be "very interested" in playing in Dallas.

With the release of Drew Bledsoe Thursday, the Cowboys are now approximately $22 million under the salary cap, meaning the team has plenty of room to sign free agents that could provide an immediate impact in 2007.

TheRanchReport.com will have more on this developing story later Friday evening.

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