The Bills have spent this week bringing in veteran free agents as they try to flesh out their roster and they have two more candidates in on Friday.
The team announced that linebacker Lorenzo Alexander and safety Colt Anderson are visiting with the team. The Bills have made the additions of linebacker Zach Brown, wide receiver Leonard Hankerson, defensive back Corey White and offensive lineman Fernando Velasco official over the course of the week.
Alexander played all 16 games for the Raiders last season and made 13 tackles while seeing most of his time on special teams. He spent the previous two years with the Cardinals and six-plus seasons with the Redskins before heading to Oakland, making the Pro Bowl as a special teamer in 2012.
Anderson has also been a special teams regular over the course of his career with the Colts and Eagles. He made one start while playing 29 games with the Colts the last two seasons and made 33 tackles.