The Raiders remain in need of interior linebacker help.
General manager Reggie McKenzie will continue trying to fill two key linebacker spots this week, when he brings Jelani Jenkins in for a visit.
ESPN reported the news on Monday morning.
They hoped to sign former Buffalo Bill Zach Brown during his visit to the team complex, but the weakside linebacker left without a contract.
They hope to bring Perry Riley back in the middle, but he remains on the open market.
Jenkins, who just turned 25 years old, played just nine games last year with Miami due to knee issues. He was a full-time starter the two previous seasons. His best year came in 2014, when he had 110 tackles, 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles.
Jenkins has primarily played weakside linebacker in his career.