Mark Anderson has been making the rounds of teams looking for pass rushing help since free agency got underway and his travels have now landed him in Baltimore.
Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that Anderson was at Ravens headquarters for a visit with team officials on Tuesday. The Ravens have made pass rushing help part of their offseason to-do list and Anderson certainly fits the bill. He had 12.5 sacks for the Patriots across the regular season and playoffs as a situational pass rusher and he’s the best pass rusher currently on the open market.
The Ravens have a need for help in the front seven after losing both Cory Redding and Jarret Johnson as free agents in the last week. Where Anderson would fit into their scheme isn’t entirely clear, but they’ve shown enough creativity with using Terrell Suggs that plugging Anderson in shouldn’t be a problem.
Anderson has also drawn interest from the Dolphins, Jaguars and Titans.