John Fennelly, Lead Writer
Buffalo Bills beat reporter Joe Buscaglia tweeted free agent ILB Jameel McClain, who visited with the Bills today, will visit the Giants next.
McClain is visiting the Bills Wednesday but plans to make the trip east to the Meadowlands. The soon-to-be 29-year-old played all over the second level of the defense for the Ravens during his time with Baltimore. He’d ideally play the middle. If the Giants re-sign MLB Jon Beason, McClain could play outside.
The Syracuse alum played six seasons with the Ravens, having his best year in 2011 when he recorded 83 total tackles. He was released by the Ravens on February 27. More from Rotoworld:
McClain put 10 ordinary games on film last season after returning from a spinal cord injury, but has 55 games of starting experience. He’s unlikely to draw interest as a starter in the first wave of free agency, but could be viewed as a cheaper option once the big names are signed. McClain has never graded out positively as a starter in Pro Football Focus’ ratings.