Wilson previously reported that the Packers, Cowboys and Titans have also reached to Huff in recent days, but this is the first we’ve heard regarding a scheduled visit with a team.
Baltimore reportedly has interest in a number of free agents, so it’s safe to assume that they’re shopping for bargain players on one-year deals at this point in the offseason. They had little cap space to work with following the Joe Flacco extension, but they should be able to fill out their roster some before next month’s NFL Draft.
We have Huff listed as the No. 47 best available player in our recently updated Top 50 Free Agents list.
According to Wilson, that list includes the Cowboys, Packers, Ravens and Titans.
Tennessee’s safeties were among the worst in the league and that was after they locked up Michael Griffin last year.
Green Bay has been quiet as usual, despite having cap space to work with. Parting with Charles Woodson has left them a little shallow in terms of safety depth, but they almost never pay market value for free agents, so there’s a good chance he could sign with one of the other teams.