Brian Westbrook has been looking for work for more than a month, since the Philadelphia Eagles confirmed they would release him in late February.
The Green Bay Packers may be the team to finally offer him a job.
Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports, citing two sources, that the Packers are exploring the possibility of adding Westbrook.
Per Silverstein, Westbrook would be expected to fill a role similar to what veteran running back Ahman Green did over the second half of the 2009 season. The Packers also like the leadership Westbrook would bring to the offense.
In 2009 Westbrook had 61 carries for 274 yards and 25 catches for 181 yards
while missing half the season and dealing with concussions and knee and ankle injuries.