Former Ravens starting weak-side linebacker Jameel McClain is scheduled to visit the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday, according to league sources.
This marks McClain's first free agent visit since being cut by the Ravens last week. The 6-foot-1, 245-pound Philadelphia native has other upcoming visits scheduled, per a source.
McClain was released heading into the final year of his contract and was due a $3.2 million base salary.
McClain, 28, started 10 games last season after being activated from the reserve-physically unable to perform list. He recorded 52 tackles and one forced fumble.
McClain overcame a spinal cord contusion suffered during the 2012 season against the Washington Redskins. McClain was honored by his teammates as the Ravens' Ed Block Courage award winner.
For his career, the former undrafted free agent from Syracuse has recorded 338 tackles, 4.5 sacks, an interception and nine pass deflections.
McClain recorded two safeties as a rookie.
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