Still looking to improve the depth in their secondary, the Ravens tried out three veteran defensive backs today, according to Aaron Wilson of The Carroll County Times and The National Football Post.
The team had cornerbacks Ken Lucas and Walt Harris and safety Ken Hamlin in for an audition today.
Lucas, who checks in at 6-0, 205 pounds, has 25 career interceptions in his nine NFL seasons. He has split those years between the Panthers and Seahawks, and spent last year in Seattle.
You might remember Lucas as the player who was punched in the face by teammate Steve Smith during Panthers training camp in 2008.
Harris (5-11, 196) is a 14-year vet who did not play last season because of a knee injury. The 35-year-old has 35 career picks, 15 of which came in his last three seasons combined.
Hamlin (6-2, 209) is a seven-year veteran and played the last three years with the Cowboys. He has started all but two of the 98 games that he has played in his career. Dallas released the 29-year-old last month.
The Ravens signed cornerback Travis Fisher and undrafted free agent safety Brad Jones a couple weeks ago, but could still want to add extra defensive backs because of injuries to corners Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb and safety Ed Reed.