NFL Free Agency 2013: Cullen Jenkins to visit with Seahawks, 49ers, according to report

Al Bello

Former Eagles defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins is making the rounds in his free agency.

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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