Jeremy Zuttah Reportedly Agrees to 2-Year Contract with Baltimore Ravens

Jeremy Zuttah Reportedly Agrees to 2-Year Contract with Baltimore Ravens

Jeremy Zuttah Reportedly Agrees to 2-Year Contract with Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens signed center Jeremy Zuttah to a two-year deal Friday after he was released by the San Francisco 49ers.

Zuttah's deal is worth $4 million with the 31-year-old blocker potentially being able to earn $2 million more through incentives, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

Zuttah played for the Ravens from 2014-2016 before being traded to the San Francisco 49ers along with their 2017 sixth-round pick for the 49ers 2017 sixth-round pick.

It makes ideal sense for the Baltimore Ravens to bring Zuttah back, as their offensive line is in dire straits.

With the season-ending injuries to Alex Lewis, rookie Nico Siragusa, and the loss of John Urshel to retirement has weakened the interior offensive line tremendously.

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He has started 41 games at center in over three seasons with the Ravens and he used to play guard during his tenure with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Now with the addition of Zuttah, there will be yet another potential new combination up front for the Ravens, who have also been playing the entire training camp without starting quarterback Joe Flacco (back). Zuttah, who went to the Pro Bowl previous year, visited the Colts as well, but the Ravens announced on Friday that he's back with the club.

Zuttah, who was cut by the 49ers August 9, started all 16 games last season, but they Ravens parted ways with him as they stated a desire to be bigger and stronger up front. Wide receiver Kenny Bell was waived/injured in a corresponding move.

Zuttah has played guard in college and in the National Football League with his former drafted team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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