Free-agent offensive tackle Demetrius Bell is going to meet with the Green Bay Packers this week, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reported Tuesday.
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Bell has had meetings with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Philadelphia Eagles, who are looking to replace injured tackle Jason Peters.
Bell has played all of his three-year career with the Buffalo Bills. He suffered a shoulder injury in Week 4 and didn't return until Week 13. He started all 16 games in 2010.
A source told the newspaper that the Packers are still considering free-agent defensive end Dave Tollefson, whose visit with the team ended without a deal being offered. The newspaper had previously reported that the team was "very interested" in Tollefson. Citing a source, The Star-Ledger reported Tuesday that Tollefson has also set meetings with the Oakland Raiders and Tennessee Titans.
The Packers have seen some turnover on their offensive line, having signed free-agent center Jeff Saturday to replace Scott Wells, who departed for the Rams.