The Ravens added inside linebacker Paul Worrilow to their 90-man roster Friday.
Worrilow suffered a torn ACL last year and missed the entire 2018 season as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles. He was released by Philadelphia earlier this month and had not appeared in any preseason games.
The 29-year-old Worrilow has 413 tackles, 11 pass deflections and four sacks during his five-year NFL career, with 72 games played, including 52 starts. He was a full-time starter with the Atlanta Falcons from 2013-2015.
If he made the Ravens' roster, Worrilow could add depth at inside linebacker behind Patrick Onwuasor, Chris Board and Kenny Young. Board suffered a concussion last week and the team is being cautious with his return.
Worrilow began his NFL career as an undrafted free agent in 2013, making the Atlanta Falcons' 53-man roster. After four seasons with the Falcons, Worrilow spent one year with the Detroit Lions before joining the Eagles in 2018. He was a former college teammate of Ravens tight end Nick Boyle at Delaware.