When University of Florida defensive tackle Dominique Easley auditioned for NFL scouts last week, the Ravens sent defensive line coach Clarence Brooks there to work him out.
Brooks spent extra time with Easley, whose workout was attended by 17 NFL teams.
Easley is coming off a torn anterior cruciate ligament and torn meniscus in his right knee suffered last September. He is roughly 80 percent through his recovery.
Easley doesn't have a visit set up with the Ravens, but he's a talented player who was once projected as a first-round draft pick. He's now expected to go in the second round or third round despite a history of knee problems that also includes tearing the ACL in his left knee in 2011.
Could the Ravens use a player like Easley? Sure, considering they lost Arthur Jones to the Indianapolis Colts via a $33 million contract. He would likely be more of a luxury than a necessity.
Easley is scheduled for a medical recheck for NFL teams later this week.
He also has visits with the St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots, Cleveland Browns and the Dallas Cowboys this week.
Easley had 67 career tackles, 16 tackles for losses and 5.5 sacks for the Gators.