It may not be long until veteran offensive lineman Mike McGlynn finds himself a new home.
The Indianapolis Colts guard/center continues to make the rounds in free agency and has a couple of stops scheduled this week.
According to NFL writer Howard Balzer of KSDK.com, the Packers met with McGlynn this week.
Also, McGlynn will meet with the Titans on Wednesday and Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean reported.
The 29-year old has started 48 games in six NFL seasons. He made 14 starts for the Colts in 2013, with three starts at center and 11 starts at right guard.
That versatility could make McGlynn a real possibility for the Packers being that they lost Evan Dietrich-Smith to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in free agency.
McGlynn struggled at guard last season but played better in his three games at center, which would improve the Packers up front as he could compete with JC Tretter for their starting job.
The situation with Tennessee would be a little more cloudy for McGlynn as the Titans appear already set a the guard position with Andy Levitre and Chance Warmack, and they already have their starting center in Brian Schwenke.
However a guy like McGlynn would provide the Titans with some solid depth across the offensive line.