Looking to round out their defensive line rotation, the
Kemoeatu, 33 got his start as an undrafted free agent with the Ravens in 2002. A Tonga native and a Utah graduate, Kemoeatu played four seasons with the Ravens. He started 16 games and made 30 tackles in 2005, his final season in Baltimore. He has also played for the
"When we signed Maake as a rookie free agent in 2002, he really rose to the occasion and worked his way into becoming a highly-regarded player in Baltimore and throughout the league," director of pro personnel Vincent Newsome said in a statement. "He is incredibly strong -- someone who has heavy hands and great punch. For a guy his size, he also moves really well and creates separation."
The 6-foot-5, 335-pound defensive tackle has played 121 career games, 73 of them starts, making 237 tackles and recording four sacks.
"Maake will be given an opportunity to make our 53-man roster, and if he does, he will provide added depth on our D-line and help our ability to stop the run,” general manager