The Ravens brought in free agent cornerback Chris Cook for a physical and visit Thursday, but do not plan to immediately sign the five-year veteran.
Cook, who was released by the San Francisco 49ers on Wednesday, is still in the process of working his way back physically after being limited to just six games last season because of a hamstring tear.
After dealing with a slew of injuries to defensive backs last season, the Ravens are looking to add a veteran cornerback despite also signing Kyle Arrington and Cassius Vaughn this offseason. Cook could be an option later this summer if he proves that he's 100 percent healthy.
Cook, 28, was a second-round NFL draft pick by the Minnesota Vikings in 2010 after playing at Virginia. He played four seasons with the Vikings, starting 29 games from 2010 to 2013 before joining the 49ers last year.
He does not have an interception in his NFL career.