After working out for the Eagles on Thursday, veteran tackle Jon Runyan will hop a plane.
And, after the plane stops bouncing, it will fly to Buffalo.
Per a league source, Runyan will travel to Western New York tonight for a Friday meeting with the Bills.
It’s an encouraging sign for a team whose offensive line has been in shambles of late, with Derrick Dockery cut early in the offseason, Jason Peters traded to Philly, and Langston Walker recently getting the boot.
In all, four teams are interested in Runyan. The Chiefs, Eagles, and Bills are the three currently known.
Runyan has started every game since 1997. He had offseason microfracture knee surgery, and he recently received clearance to play again.