Free agent offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski will visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday, according to a report by Adam Caplan of ESPN. Wisniewski was someone many expected to be a player picked up in free agency rather quickly, but has remained on the market making a couple of visits.
Wisniewski, 26, was originally drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft and has started 61 games for the team, mostly at the center position. He's a player that has the ability to play anywhere on the interior, so it would make sense for the Jaguars to be interested this late in free agency.
Wisniewski played part of last year with torn labrum that required off-season surgery. #Jaguars— Ryan O'Halloran (@ryanohalloran) April 1, 2015
It's unlikely Wisniewski would come in and be a Day 1 starter as soon as he's signed, but it would give the Jaguars someone who can compete with second-year center Luke Bowanko or provide quality versatile depth on the offensive line. It's also worth noting that the Jaguars should know quite a bit about him, as offensive coordinator Greg Olson has experience with him as a center for a young quarterback.