Cullen Jenkins To Visit With Raiders Today

Aug 11, 2011; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins (97) along the sidelines during the third quarter against the Baltimore Ravens. The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Baltimore Ravens 13-6 during a preseason game at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

A day after visiting with the 49ers, free agent defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins will visit with the Raiders on Wednesday, reports the NFL Network.

Jenkins, a nine-year veteran, recorded four sacks and 22 tackles in 16 games with the Eagles. He had signed a five year, $25 million contract with Philadelphia in 2011, but was released this offseason.

He was a staple on the Packers defense from 2004-2010, winning the Super Bowl in his last season in Green Bay.

Besides the 49ers, Jenkins has also met with the Seahawks and Giants.

In order for the Raiders to land Jenkins, they will have offer him substantially more than any of those other teams, as he probably would like a chance to join a Super Bowl-contending team, given his age.

Topics: Cullen Jenkins, Oakland Raiders

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  • Joe InMaryland

    Jenkins still has some gas in the tank and is a decent player. Try and sign him up.

  • smokey530

    Ok raiders should resign wheeler
    and Bryant go after Barnett any of the three rt and Blount to back up
    McFadden then in the draft trade back with Arizona if possible collect
    at least their first second a pick n next yrs draft n a 4th or 5th
    rounder draft warmack in the 1st long in the 2nd after that all defense
    here is who I think they should target de quanterus smith, de Brandon
    Jenkins, cb Leon McFadden, cb sanders comings, dt Everett Dawkins and
    MLB Michael Mauti