Report: Ravens signing veteran LB Van Noy
The Baltimore Ravens are signing linebacker Kyle Van Noy, a source told CBS Sports' Josina Anderson.
The 32-year-old is expected to join Baltimore's practice squad first. The veteran defender was reportedly set to visit the Ravens' facility for the second time following a visit in July.
Van Noy started 13 of 17 games last season as a member of the Los Angeles Chargers. He tallied 46 tackles, eight tackles for loss, and five sacks in 2022.
Van Noy has proven to be a consistent pass-rusher during his career, racking up at least five sacks in each of his past four seasons.
Baltimore is bolstering its outside linebacker depth following multiple injuries at the position. David Ojabo exited the team's Week 3 game against the Indianapolis Colts with an ankle injury, Odafe Oweh (ankle) sat out last Sunday's matchup, and Tyus Bowser has been on the non-football injury list with a knee ailment since the start of training camp.
The former BYU product finds himself on his fifth team after beginning his career with the Detroit Lions, followed by stints with the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, and Chargers. Van Noy won two Super Bowls during his tenure with the Patriots in 2016 and 2018.