Ready to start at his third different position this season, Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Andy Levitre is pretty sure he could fill in anywhere.
Even quarterback, Levitre jokes.
Don't worry, Ryan Fitzpatrick need not be looking over his shoulder, because the Bills are counting on Levitre to continue his jack-of-all-trades role in providing stability to what's become a banged-up offensive line.
After opening the season at left guard, and then moving to left tackle, the third-year player will make his debut at starting center Sunday. That's when the slumping Bills (5-4) attempt to restore their early season momentum in traveling to play the Miami Dolphins (2-7).
Levitre is making his latest switch after Buffalo lost Eric Wood to a season-ending knee injury in a 44-7 loss at Dallas.