Free agent safety Bob Sanders will visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday, Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports.
Sanders was released by the Indianapolis Colts on Friday.
A second-round pick (44th overall) out of the University of Iowa in 2004, Sanders amassed 290 tackles, 3.5 quarterback sacks, and six interceptions over the past seven seasons. Sanders was named to two Pro Bowls (2005, 2007), and picked up 2007 NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
Since 2007, injuries have limited Sanders to just nine games, including three over the past two seasons.
The Jaguars current starting safeties are Courtney Greene and Don Carey, two late round picks by other teams (Seattle, Cleveland) in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Despite his diminutive size (5-8, 200), Sanders has played strong safety in Indianapolis. Given his injury history, a move to free safety could keep him out of the box and on the field going forward.