The Baltimore Ravens have already begun looking at their quarterback options this offseason, working out Ryan Nassib on Wednesday, according to ESPN's Field Yates.
Nassib, 27, has spent time with three teams over the last two seasons. He was a 2013 fourth-round pick of the New York Giants who has thrown 10 career passes in the NFL.
How the Ravens handle their quarterback situation will be interesting this year. The only certainty is Joe Flacco returning for his 11th season as Baltimore's starter. Ryan Mallett isn't expected to return as the top backup, and coach John Harbaugh indicated the team will discuss drafting a quarterback.
Nassib has appeared in five games and has never started one. He finished his final season with the Giants in 2016 on injured reserve (elbow). Nassib was with the New Orleans Saints for spring workouts and training camp last season before being cut and joining the Jacksonville Jaguars last September as the No. 3 quarterback. Known for a strong arm, Nassib has had issues with touch and accuracy.
Baltimore also worked out wide receivers Walter Powell and Diontae Spencer, according to Yates.
Powell didn't have a catch last season and finished on the Jacksonville Jaguars' practice squad. After making 14 catches for the Buffalo Bills in 2016, he was suspended for the first four games of 2017 for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drug policy and was cut by Buffalo after being reinstated.
Spencer caught 71 passes for 922 yards and six touchdowns for the CFL's Ottawa Redblacks. A return specialist as well, he averaged 13.3 yards on punts (scoring one touchdown) and 24.3 yards on kickoffs.
Earlier in January, the Ravens worked out quarterback Matt McGloin. He started six games as a rookie for the Oakland Raiders in 2013, but he has only played in six games since. McGloin spent last season with the Houston Texans before being released on Nov. 7.