The Ravens might not be done shaping the roster they'll take into training camp, as they took a look at veteran offensive guard Eric Steinbach and others Tuesday at the Under Armour Performance Center, their training facility in Owings Mills.
Steinbach, 32, started 124 of his 125 career games over eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns. He hasn't played since 2010, however. He sat out last season because of issues with his back.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh said the team also had some outside linebackers work out for the team Tuesday.
"We say every year, we are always looking for players, we are always looking to upgrade and we had some outside backers in here, too, today," Harbaugh said. "So we've got an opportunity to where you've got good players who are available, we're going to take a look at them and try to make the roster better any way we can at any time.
"And if we can create some even better competition and put some more good players into the mix with the financial resources that we have, we always want to do that. So, Eric Steinbach's a heck of a player. I don't know where we stand, but we're going to look for any good player we can at any time."