Former Indianapolis Colts cornerback Marlin Jackson is visiting the Ravens on Tuesday, according to ESPN.

A first-round selection in the 2005, he started in 2007 and 2008. But Jackson sustained torn knee ligaments in practice the last two seasons to finish on injured reserve.

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The Colts didn't tender Jackson, making him a free agent. Jackson, 26, has four career interceptions in five seasons.

The Ravens are looking to provide depth at that position. The team currently has Domonique Foxworth, Fabian Washington and Chris Carr. Lardarius Webb could be a factor, but there is uncertainty whether he will be ready for the regular season after tearing his ACL late last season.

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