Former Green Bay Packer linebacker Jamari Lattimore will be visiting with the Jets today according to Mike Garafolo
LB Jamari Lattimore is visiting the Jets today, source says. After four seasons in Green Bay, could be looking at new landing spot.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 18, 2015
Jamari was an undrafted player in 2011 out of Middle Tennessee. After battling for a roster spot, Lattimore has played his entire NFL career with the Green Bay Packers. After moving from defensive end to linebacker his rookie season, Jamari was mainly used on special teams duties his first two years before receiving an increase in snaps in 2013.
In 15 games for the Packers in 2013 (4 starts) Jamari recorded 35 tackles and 2 sacks. In 2014, he tallied 38 tackles and 1 interception in 11 games (5 starts). There was a point where many thought he could be a starting calibre inside linebacker, but that didn't last long as he was ineffective towards the end of his stretch of starting.
This is likely a look at our inside depth after Davis and Harris, I can't see him beating out either to start.