Gerald McCoy’s visit with the Browns went “great” and they tried to sign him before he left town Friday, but he’ll honor a commitment to visit the Ravens on Tuesday, a league source said.
Talks between the Browns and McCoy’s agent, Ben Dogra, continue, and McCoy could end up signing with the Browns next week depending on how his trip to Baltimore goes. McCoy will return to Orlando to spend Memorial Day weekend with his family before heading to Baltimore on Tuesday. He could take one more visit after that, but the Browns and Ravens are currently the frontrunners.
The Bengals are also among the nine or so teams interested, the source said.
McCoy is committed to visiting Baltimore in part because they had the No. 1 defense in the NFL last year, and in part because he has a relationship with Ravens defensive line coach Joe Cullen, who coached him in Tampa. Cullen also coached for the Browns in 2013.