Defensive tackle Darius Kilgo worked out for the Ravens on Tuesday (Twitter link via NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero). Kilgo, who spent the bulk of last year on the Broncos’ taxi squad, profiles as a low-cost and low-risk addition for the Ravens’ 90-man roster.
A 2015 sixth-round pick, Kilgo was a member of that Broncos Super Bowl-winning squad. The 29-year-old hasn’t done a whole lot since getting released by Denver during the ’16 season, however — he compiled five tackles in eleven games for the Titans in 2018, but hasn’t seen live action outside of that. In recent years, he’s also had stints with the Patriots (where he earned a second Super Bowl ring), Jaguars, Titans, and Lions.
In other Ravens news — they could be a team to watch in the Julio Jones sweepstakes. Granted, they’ll only make a move if the price is right. At last check, the Falcons have set the asking price at a first-round pick. Meanwhile, some believe that Jones will want his new team to give him a new deal with more in the way of guarantees.
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