Free agent Mark Anderson can play both defensive end in a 4-3 scheme and outside linebacker in a 3-4. He racked up ten sacks and forced two fumbles during the 2011 regular season, operating primarily as a situational rusher.
Anderson tacked on 2.5 more sacks and 11 tackles during the Patriots’ three-game playoff run.
On Friday, the division-rival Dolphins hosted Anderson for a free agent visit. He is visiting the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
And per John Glennon of the Nashville Tennessean, Anderson has another meeting with an undisclosed team scheduled for Monday.
Anderson is a natural pass rusher, and that quality doesn’t grow on trees. He’s the second best pass rusher left on the free agent market, behind only former Raiders linebacker/defensive end Kamerion Wimbley.
UPDATE: Tania Ganguli of the Florida Times-Union reports the Jaguars also have interest in Anderson, but have yet to schedule a free agent visit.