Cut loose by the Jaguars on Monday after a failed effort to trade him on draft weekend, veteran defensive tackle John Henderson will soon be making the rounds as a free agent.
Henderson told our friend Nick Wright of Sports Radio 610 in Kansas City that he’ll visit the Chiefs on Wednesday. (He’s also scheduled to visit the Giants.)
A career defensive tackle in a 4-3 front, Henderson said he can play nose tackle in the 3-4 base alignment that the Chiefs employ, or drop some weight and play defensive end.
He joined the NFL via the first round of the 2002 draft, the same round that produced defensive end Julius Peppers and defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, the premier free agents for each of the past two years.