D'Qwell Jackson visiting Broncos Monday, according to reports

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Is D'Qwell Jackson the future man in the middle of the Broncos defense?

Yesterday we told you that D'Qwell Jackson could be a fit with the Broncos. It would seem the Broncos brass at Dove Valley tend to agree.

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora reported Thursday evening that recently released linebacker D'Qwell Jackson has lined up two visits with two teams this weekend. Those two teams are the Denver Broncos and Tennessee Titans. La Canfora mentions that "several teams" ,including the Minnesota Vikings, are also interested in the recently released Jackson.

A subsequent tweet from ESPN's Jeff Legwold indicates the visit will come Monday. Both he and La Canfora agree that the Titans will get the first crack at Jackson.

Interestingly, both the Broncos and Titans have coaches and front office members with connections to Jackson. Former Browns General Manager Tom Heckert works in the Denver front office while Ray Horton, last year’s defensive coordinator in Cleveland, is running the defense for the Titans.

According to La Canfora, some scouts believe he has slowed down a bit , but, with so much interest in his services, Jackson could end up earning around the $8 million in total compensation - the same $8 million he was set to get from Cleveland this season.

Yesterday, ProFootballTalk listed the Denver Broncos as their favorite to land Jackson, and Bleacher Reports Matt Miller tweeted out today that he also thinks the Broncos are the favorites to sign Jackson.

Jackson would be a great fit for the Broncos who man a 4-3 base defense. That last two seasons, Jackson played in a 3-4 front and struggled, but in 2011 when he played in a 4-3 defense Jackson had a very good season for the Cleveland Browns. Pro Football Focus ranked Jackson as  the 13th-best inside linebacker in football during the 2011 season. He dipped to 41st overall in 2012 and 42nd in 2013.

We at Mile High Report will keep you updated on this story.

Go Broncos!

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