The Ravens, along with other
Jean Francois, 26, was a solid rotational player last season on a strong
The 6-foot-3, 295-pounder is a former LSU standout and seventh-round draft pick who recorded 22 tackles and a sack in three starts last season with two starts at end and one at nose guard, playing in every game. For his career, 51 career games and five starts, Jean Francois has 49 tackles, three sacks and one forced fumble.
He played in 328 snaps and got a positive grade for run defense from Pro Football Focus.
Jean Francois gets high marks as a run-stopper, but isn't considered much of a pass rusher.
That wouldn't necessarily be problem for the Ravens, who are primarily looking for someone to bolster the middle of their run defense.
Jean Francois is a Miami, Fla., native who would seem to fit in perfectly with Ravens
After lackluster seasons by nose guards
A former second-round draft pick coming off a disappointing season, Cody is likely to face competition inside during training camp. Kemoeatu's agent has said the veteran lineman wants to continue his career, but it's unclear if he's in the Ravens' plans.