The Ravens have worked out former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Jalil Brown, according to a source.
Brown played at Colorado with Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith and was drafted in the fourth round in 2011 by the Chiefs.
In two seasons with Kansas City, the 6-foot-1, 207-pound player had 33 tackles and one forced fumble.
Cut by the Chiefs last year, Brown played in five games for the Indianapolis Colts and had four tackles. He was with the Miami Dolphins after being waived-injured and later was removed from injured reserve.
At Colorado, Brown finished with 167 career tackles, six interceptions and 21 pass deflections and played in the Senior Bowl all-star game.
Brown broke Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs' Arizona state high school single-game rushing record with 412 yards as a senior at South Mountain High School in Phoenix.