While the Ravens try to shore up their offensive line, another position of concern is the cornerback spot.
With Domonique Foxworth lost for the season due to a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee, Lardarius Webb still recovering from surgery to repair the torn ACL in his right knee, and Fabian Washington (knee surgery) and Walt Harris (Achilles tendon) practicing sporadically, the secondary has been relying heavily on Chris Carr, Travis Fisher, Cary Williams, rookie Prince Miller and even K.J. Gerard, who usually plays safety.
Coach John Harbaugh said the organization continues to monitor the free agent market for cornerbacks.
"Oh yeah, we're looking," he said. "We look at every position, but I think that's a position of interest, without a doubt. We're looking hard, and there are guys out there. We're studying the guys who are out there, and there are guys on [other teams'] rosters that we're looking at. So Ozzie and his staff are looking at the whole gamut, and we're looking at those guys on tape as coaches."
Harbaugh was then asked about former Raven Frank Walker. "Sure, Frank would have a shot," Harbaaugh said. "Frank knows our scheme. He's got some options, some teams he's talking to right now. But he's one guy of a lot of guys we're looking at."
Shawn Springs? "One guy of a lot of guys we're looking at."
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