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Ravens free-agent defensive lineman Dwan Edwards is meeting with the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday. This marks the third visit for Edwards this offseason.

During his visit, Edwards told the Bills' Web site that former teammate Justin Bannan is one of the reasons why he is considering Buffalo. Bannan played four years for the Bills before joining the Ravens.

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"He told me a lot of great things, especially about the fans in Buffalo," Edwards said. "I thought it would be a great place for me."

Edwards added, "It's an up-and-coming organization. They play in a tough division. You got to like the challenge of that."

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Edwards said he would be a good fit in the Bills' 3-4 defensive scheme.

"I do a little bit of everything," he said. "I have a lot of experience playing 3-4. I'm capable of playing a lot of positions on the line. I think the versatility will be a huge addition to the Bills."

In the first weekend of free agency, Edwards visited the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

A 2004 second-round pick, Edwards replaced Trevor Pryce in the starting lineup last season after missing 2008 with a neck injury.

"Definitely a lot of hard work paid off," Edwards said. "You kind of got a goal, and you're driven to do something. It worked out great for me."

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