Free-agent running back Terrance West spent part of Tuesday on a visit with the reigning Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, according to a league source.
It’s believed to be his first free-agent visit.
West, 27, started 17 games over parts of three seasons for the Ravens. However, his fate was essentially sealed this past season when he was sidelined for four weeks with a calf injury and Alex Collins emerged as the team’s starting back. West was a healthy scratch for six of the Ravens’ final seven games and he didn’t get a single touch after Week 5.
With Collins and Buck Allen still under contract and Kenneth Dixon returning from an injury/suspension, West’s...