Free agent defensive tackle Aubrayo Franklin is visiting the Atlanta Falcons on Monday, Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports.
Franklin, 31, has 204 tackles, four sacks and an interception during his 114-game career with the Baltimore Ravens (2003-06), San Francisco 49ers (2007-10) and New Orleans Saints, where he started nine of 16 games last season.
Jonathan Babineaux and Corey Peters are entrenched as the Falcons' starting defensive tackles, with 2009 first round pick Peria Jerry and restricted free agent Vance Walker backing them up. Should Franklin join the Falcons, he'd be reunited with Mike Nolan, who was the Ravens' defensive coordinator in 2003-04 and the 49ers head coach from 2005-08. Nolan became the Falcons defensive coordinator on January 17.