Ezekiel Ansah remains on the open market, but the free-agent defensive end is making the rounds with potential employers.
While it is unclear what happened behind the scenes during the visit, the announcement stopped short of saying a deal was accomplished.
Ansah saw Dr. Neal ElAttrache on Monday and found out his shoulder is structurally sound. Reviews were positive and he should be cleared by mid-August. The key will be getting strength back in his shoulder, a source tells NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Outside of signing Ansah or another free agent, Baltimore could address the defensive end position during the draft.
Meanwhile, free agency hasn't been too kind to veteran defensive linemen.