It's the first visit we've heard reported for Rubin. His chances of returning to the Cleveland Browns weren't very good to begin with after a down (but injury-filled) season. He was one of the longest-tenured players on the roster, but the odds of him returning took an even bigger hit when the Browns signed free agent DT Randy Starks to a 2-year, $8 million deal the other day.
Wherever Rubin catches on, I wish him the best. He ended up being a bit overpaid with his previous contract, but with the right deal and being put in the right position on the defensive line (not at nose tackle), he can still be a good contributor in the NFL.