Since the Baltimore Ravens decided to cut ties with linebacker Jameel McClain and release him, several teams have shown interest in the veteran.
On Monday, McClain was in Minnesota to meet with the Vikings. He has already met with the Buffalo Bills and New York Giants and will reportedly visit with the Indianapolis Colts as well.
Add the Tennessee Titans to the list of teams interested in McClain.
The Titans are interested in linebacker Jameel McClain, according to a league source. Visited Vikings today
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 10, 2014
McClain signed with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in 2008 after playing for the Syracuse Orange for four years.
McClain made the Ravens’ roster in 2008, mostly thanks to his success on special teams. He had 12 tackles and 2.5 sacks while appearing in all 16 games. McClain earned more time in 2009 and became a starter for the Ravens in 2010, recording 71 tackles and a sack in his first season with major playing time.
Last season, McClain was limited to 10 games, but managed to make 52 tackles for the Ravens.