The Bills aren’t the only team with a starting guard that’s an impending free agent. The Washington Redskins had one in Cory Lichtensteiger, but he’s reportedly agreed to terms and will re-sign with the club.
According to the Washington Post it’s a five-year deal for Lichtensteiger, who is considered an average guard and not the caliber of Buffalo’s Andy Levitre.
It’s hard to say whether the deal for Lichtensteiger helps to provide a stabilizing market number for guards knowing Levitre is likely to be the highest-paid guard of the bunch this offseason.
Tags: Andy Levitre, NFL free agency
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