A league source tells PFT that free agent defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove visited the Green Bay Packers on Friday.
A third-round pick in the 2004 draft, Hargrove has had an up-and-down eight-year NFL career. At times, he has flashed dominant ability as an interior pass rusher. At others, he hasn’t appeared fully committed to his craft.
Hargrove, 28, is worth a look for a Green Bay defense that never found an adequate replacement for 2011 free agent loss Cullen Jenkins.
Hargrove tallied three sacks and 18 tackles in 15 games for Seattle last season.