Levitre, a four-year veteran out of Oregon State, has played his entire professional career with the Buffalo Bills, who selected him with the 51st-overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft. He immediately won a first-string job in Buffalo and has started all 64 games over the last four seasons. After his solid debut season in '09, he was named to the All-Rookie team.
The Titans could use some help along the O-line, especially on the inside. Tennessee allowed 39 sacks in 2012, which ranked 21st in the NFL, and the team's 16 negative run plays up the middle tied for fourth-most in the league. Levitre would certainly help in pass protection, as Pro Football Focus graded his pass-blocking efficiency at 98.5 in 2012, tops in the league. PFF rates him as the No. 2 interior lineman available in free agency.
The Titans have roughly $19 million available and plan to make an early run at Levitre, per King's report. The guard is coming off a four-year, $3.56 million rookie deal with the Bills, and he'll likely fetch a much higher price tag this offseason.