Shaun Rogers Visits Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints

Former Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Shaun Rogers visited the Washington Redskinss last week, and already this week he has visited the Kansas City Chiefs and New Orleans Saints. He had dinner with Romeo Crennel and Anthony Pleasant while in Kansas City (that must have been big bill), and Rogers wasted little time before moving on to his next stop: New Orleans.

The news about the Saints visit was first reported by Rogers on his Twitter account (you can follow him here). Per the New Orleans Times-Picayune, he was in New Orleans today, quickly going from Kansas City to the visit with the Saints, his third since becoming a free agent last week when the Browns let him go.

Just like last week, there has been no indication that the Lions are interested in Rogers or that Rogers is interested in the Lions. Rogers' first choice seems to be to end up in Houston to play for the Texans, as he called that a "fairy tale situation." (Rogers is from Houston.)

In the end, tracking where Rogers visits likely won't end up being relevant to the Lions, but hey, it's the offseason and not much is going on right now. Plus, if there is no free agency because of a lockout, we might as well talk about all potential moves, no matter how unlikely, while we still can.

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