Despite his terribly injury-plagued recent history, there will likely be no shortage of suitors for recently released safety Bob Sanders.

In fact, the former Defensive Player of the Year has already traveled to Jacksonville for his first such meeting, according to Adam Schefter.

Jacksonville ranked fifth worst in pass defense last season, and 11th worst against the run, meaning they could surely use the player known as "The Eraser."

The Indianapolis Colts would have owed Sanders $5.5 million this coming year and $7 million in 2012 had they kept him.

As a released player, Sanders is free to sign with a new team before March 3.

Sanders has played just nine games over the past three seasons.