It's been a quiet offseason for Terrance Knighton, but the free-agent defensive tackle finally is feeling a nibble on the open market.
It's the first known visit for "Pot Roast," who started 15 games for Washington last season and finished as the league's 27th-ranked interior lineman, per Pro Football Focus.
At 29, Knighton would give coach Bill Belichick a wide-bodied run-stopper who played well in that role for Washington a year ago. If the Redskins don't re-sign him, New England would make plenty of sense as a landing spot.
Here are other visits we're tracking Monday: