The Bears released guard Matt Slauson last Sunday and it hasn’t taken long for the first report about visits with other teams to surface.
Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that Slauson is scheduled to visit with the Chargers and Bills. Slauson will find familiar faces in each stop.
The Chargers hired Dave DeGuglielmo as an assistant offensive line coach this offseason and Slauson worked with DeGuglielmo when he was the Jets’ offensive line coach in 2012. The Chargers have D.J. Fluker and Orlando Franklin at guard and added Donavon Clark in the seventh round of the draft.
DeGuglielmo was on Rex Ryan’s staff with the Jets and, as most are certainly aware, Ryan is now the head coach of the Bills. Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports that the Bills are looking at Slauson as an option at right tackle, where Jordan Mills, Cyrus Kouandjio and Seantrel Henderson could also be in the mix.