On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Eagles decided to part ways with their all-time leading rusher by releasing Brian Westbrook.
Westbrook, who has a history of injuries, missed eight games in 2009 after suffering ankle injuries and two concussions. In his eight-year career with the Eagles, he never played a full season. This seems to be part of the reason why Philadelphia didn't want to bring him back in 2010. He was also due to make $7.25 million.
Now that he's a free agent, Westbrook may have to accept the fact that he will most likely be signed by a team for a limited role as a No. 2 (or even No. 3) running back. Here are five potential teams that may consider signing Westbrook now that he is no longer with the Eagles.