The Packers are the first team Wilkerson will meet with after he was released by the New York Jets on Monday, the Journal Sentinel of Milwaukee reported.
Green Bay is a logical choice for Wilkerson. The Packers' new defensive coordinator is Mike Pettine, who served in the same capacity with the Jets during Wilkerson's first two seasons in 2011 and 2012.
Wilkerson was two years into a five-year contract extension he signed with New York in 2016 when he was cut following a turbulent season in 2017.
The Jets benched Wilkerson for the opening quarter of a game against Kansas City on Dec. 3 and listed him as a healthy scratch two weeks later after he was late again for a team meeting. He displayed insubordination to coaches and was late for multiple team functions.
Wilkerson recorded 36.5 sacks in his first five seasons, including a career-best 12.0 in 2015, but his total slipped to 4.5 in 15 games in 2016 and 3.5 in 13 games last season.