Free-agent running back Terrance West paid a visit to the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles on Tuesday, the Baltimore Sun reported.
West appeared in only five games for the Baltimore Ravens last season before suffering a calf injury on Oct. 8. He finished with 138 yards and two touchdowns on 39 carries.
A former third-round draft pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2014, West rushed for 673 yards and four touchdowns during his rookie campaign.
West, 27, was traded to the Tennessee Titans but appeared in just two games before he was released by the team in 2015. He was claimed by Baltimore and spent most of the past three seasons with the Ravens.
The 5-foot-10, 225-pounder had his best season in 2016, establishing career highs by rushing for 774 yards and five touchdowns on 193 carries. He also had 34 receptions and a score.
West, should the Eagles decide to sign him, faces an uphill battle to secure a roster spot with the team, who already have a glut of running backs on the roster.