Kevan Barlow, reacting after one of his six touchdowns last season, was released by the Jets after averaging 2.8 yards per rush during his only season in New York. Winslow Townson/AP
The Green Bay Packers might find their running back of the future in next month's NFL draft, but it doesn't appear the team has ruled out signing a veteran to help fill the void left by Ahman Green.
One option could be Kevan Barlow, who was cut by the New York Jets last month after one subpar season.
Barlow's agent, Doug Hendrickson, said Monday he had preliminary talks with the Packers on Friday at the University of Michigan's pro day workout. The odds are long Barlow will sign anywhere before the draft, instead waiting to see where the top rookies land. ...