Cornerback Charles Tillman played for Ron Rivera for three seasons when Rivera served as the defensive coordinator of the Chicago Bears.
Now a free agent, Tillman is kicking the tires on a possible reunion with his former coach in Carolina.
According to David Newton and Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com, Newton is in Charlotte for a meeting with the Panthers Wednesday night.
Tillman has been limited to just 10 games played over the last two seasons after twice tearing the triceps in his right arm. He played in eight games in 2013 and just two games last year before having his seasons prematurely ended with the injuries.
Tillman had two of his best seasons with Rivera as his defensive coordinator from 2004-06. Tillman racked up 10 interceptions and five forced fumbles over that span. The duo also helped lead the Bears to Super Bowl XLI in 2006.