Baltimore Sun photo by Karl Merton Ferron
August 4, 2012
Reserve defensive tackle Ma'ake Kemoeatu (pictured right) has been plagued by injuries during his past two seasons in the NFL, and he sat out all of last year. But if the Ravens can round him into shape, he would provide great depth on the defensive line.
Kemoeatu, who played his first four seasons in Baltimore, is a load. It would be great bringing a 345-pound, nine-year veteran off the bench to play behind Haloti Ngata (center) or Terrence Cody (left). Kemoeatu looks to be in much better shape now than he was in minicamp. He has been steady in practices.