The Washington Redskins continue to mine the open market for receiving help.
NFL Media's Albert Breer reported that Kenny Britt will visit with the team on Tuesday, according to a source. The former Tennessee Titans wide receiver has generated interest from a handful of clubs, including the New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers and Seattle Seahawks.
Britt's production crumbled to just 11 catches last season, but the 25-year-old still ranks as one of our top remaining free agents, largely because of what he showed prior to 2013.
After adding former Arizona Cardinals pass-catcher Andre Roberts across from Pierre Garcon, the Redskins and quarterback Robert Griffin III aren't looking for a No. 1 receiver, but Britt would make for a juicy addition.
Other visits we're tracking on this eighth day of free agency:
» Former Denver Broncos pass rusher Robert Ayers is visiting the Bengals on Tuesday, according to multiple reports. Cincy is searching for depth at defensive end after Michael Johnson signed a big-money deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
» The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, still in the market for a receiver are hosting Louis Murphy, Rapoport reported. The pass-catcher had stints with the New York Giants and Carolina Panthers after being drafted in the fourth round by the Oakland Raiders in 2009. Rapoport adds that Murphy has three more visits scheduled this week.