OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Free-agent defensive tackle Gerald McCoy's visit with the Baltimore Ravens will continue into Wednesday morning.
McCoy arrived in Baltimore on Tuesday afternoon and left the team facility at 7 p.m. to have dinner with coaches and players.
A source said the visit with McCoy has been "great." The Ravens are hoping he doesn't leave town without a contract.
McCoy, 31, visited the Browns on Friday and left Cleveland without a deal. The Browns have remained in contact with McCoy and are still in contention for the six-time Pro Bowl lineman.
The addition of McCoy would significantly upgrade Baltimore's pass rush on the interior and help in the retooling of last season's top-ranked defense in the NFL.