Visits tracker: Long, Washington to meet with Patriots

The Los Angeles Rams aren't finished looking for depth along their rugged defensive line.

After re-signing defensive end Eugene Sims to a three-year, $10 million deal, the team is planning to meet with fellow end Quinton Coples on Monday, a source informed of his plans told NFL Media's Rand Getlin.

Coples flamed out with the Dolphins last season after three-plus underwhelming campaigns with the Jets, who made the former North Carolina star their first-round pick in 2012.

At just 25, Coples is young enough to give a team a fresh pair of legs, but none of his 16.5 career sacks came in 2015.

Other visits we're tracking around the league:

  1. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported former Rams defensive end Chris Long has a visit scheduled with the Patriots and the Cowboys, per a source informed of the player's plans.
  1. Free-agent wide receiver Nate Washington, previously of the Texans, has a visit scheduled with the Patriots, Rapoport reported per a source informed of the player's plans.
  1. Former Steelers nose tackle Steve McLendon is visiting with the Jets on Monday, per Rapoport.
  1. ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reported that ex-Bengals defensive tackle Brandon Thompsonwill visit the Seahawks on Monday. Thompson's status for early next season remains in question after he tore his ACL in Week 17.
  1. Former Cardinals saftety Rashad Johnson and former Broncos guard Louis Vasquez are visiting the Titans Monday, Rapoport reported.
  1. Tackle Kelvin Beachum has a visit scheduled with the Jaguars, per Rapoport.
  1. Rapoport reported former Bengals defensive tackle Brandon Thompson will visit the Seahawks.
  1. Former Titans defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill also will visit the Seahawks on Monday, Rapoport reported, per a source informed of his plans.
  1. Veteran wide receiver Rueben Randle is headed to Los Angeles to visit the Rams, per Rapoport. His first of several visits.
  1. Offensive tackle Ryan Harris is scheduled to meet with the Steelers, according to Rapoport.
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