That's why Monday's A.J. Hawk visit, as reported by NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport, should come as no surprise. The former first-round pick spent nine seasons in Green Bay and, astonishingly enough, missed only two games.
As much as Hawk suffered from a perception he could not live up to, his dependability has to be his most attractive asset heading into a free-for-all spending spree.
For Lewis, though, never a big spender on the market, he knows this is more about ensuring that he can't have his two best run stoppers missing a combined 15 games in one season.
He also knows that finishing 20th against the run won't help his case for that elusive first playoff win.
Other visits we are tracking Monday: