Former Rams defensive lineman Kendall Langford is scheduled to meet with the Broncos, a Denver Post report says.
Langford, a seven-year veteran, played the last three years with the Rams as a defensive tackle before he was released about two weeks ago. He spent his first four years in Miami as a defensive end, and in his career, Langford has accrued 15.5 sacks, 177 total tackles and 15 passes batted down.
As a Dolphin, he started in every game, helping Miami become a top-five team in yards per play allowed in his third year and third in rushing yards per play allowed in his fourth year.
In Langford's transition from Miami to St. Louis, he switched from a 3-4 defense as an end to a 4-3 defense as a tackle. "Langford is tough, highly competitive," former Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland told Phins.com years ago. "His motor never stops. He's big and he's going to get bigger." That he did, bulking up to 6-foot-6 and 313 pounds when he reached St. Louis and moved inside.
According to the report, Langford is also scheduled to meet with the Saints and the Colts. Because Langford is a street free agent, his signing wouldn't factor into a compensatory picks calculation.
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