Looking for more depth and experience on their injury-riddled offensive line, the Ravens brought back their starting center from the previous three seasons.
The Ravens announced Friday that they’ve signed Jeremy Zuttah to a two-year deal. Zuttah was let go by the San Francisco 49ers last week after the NFC West team swung a deal with the Ravens for him in March.
The deal is worth nearly $4 million in base salary and could be worth as much as $6 million in play-time incentives, according to the NFL Network.
What’s not immediately clear is whether the Ravens will pencil the 31-year-old in as the starting center or he’s being signed to provide depth along the interior of...