Michael McCrary was a dominant pass rusher for most of his 10-year NFL career.
The two-time Pro Bowl defensive end had 71 career sacks (including 48.5 in a four-year span from 1996-1999), and was one of the driving forces in the Ravens' Super Bowl season in 2000.
Now, McCrary is thinking about bringing his pass rushing knowledge to the coaching ranks.
McCrary has been attending Ravens minicamps this offseason, and he's using the practices to see if he's interested in moving into a coaching role.
"Mike's thinking about coaching right now," head coach John Harbaugh said. "He's been kind of learning, I guess. He's not working with our guys right now, but I think he just wants to get a feel for the profession.
"He's a Raven. He knows we want him around and get him a chance to do that. I'm sure he's had conversations with guys, just like all the guys do, so it's good to have Mike around a little bit. He's been here on a semi-regular basis."