Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins is currently making his way around the NFC, looking for a team, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. After visiting the Giants Friday, Schefter says Jenkins is scheduled to fly to Seattle Monday and San Francisco Tuesday in an effort to find a home with a title contender.
Jenkins, 32, was released by the Eagles Monday after two years with the team. He was part of the Eagles' now-infamous "Dream Team" free agent class, which also included Nnamdi Asomugha, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Vince Young.
In two seasons with the Eagles, Jenkins totaled 67 tackles, 9 1/2 sacks and two fumble recoveries. Next year will be his 10th season in the league, having spent his first seven in Green Bay.
Jenkins, at a shade over 300 pounds, can still be very useful as a starting 4-3 defensive tackle or someone who can slide to end in a 3-4. He might not be able to play all three downs for a full game anymore, but there's a reason some of the NFC's top defenses are sniffing around the burly Central Michigan product.
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