The Ravens made a move late Tuesday to address an offensive line that has been a huge problem through the first four games of the season.
According to multiple reports, Baltimore has traded for Jacksonville Jaguars left tackle Eugene Monroe.
In exchange for Monroe, the Ravens will reportedly send the Jaguars multiple later round picks in next year's NFL draft.
Monroe will likely take over for Bryant McKinnie as Baltimore's starting left tackle.
McKinnie was a key part of the Ravens' run to a Super Bowl last season, but he reported to training camp overweight for the second summer in a row and he's now struggled through the early part of the regular season, especially in the run game.
According to Pro Football Focus, McKinnie has graded out as the third-worst run blocking tackle in the league so far this season.
In Monroe, Baltimore gets a former 10-pick who is just 26 years old and who, according to PFF, graded out as one of the better left tackles in the NFL last year.
Jacksonville picked Monroe eighth overall in the 2009 NFL draft.
Monroe reportedly struggled as a rookie in 2009, but he's started every game he's played in each the last four years.
Adding Monroe will surely help, but there are questions that still remain as far as the Ravens' offensive line.
McKinnie was an issue, but he was far from the only issue.
Second-year center Gino Gradkowski has struggled in his first year as a starter.
Left guard Kelechi Osemele impressed the team with his play as a rookie last season, but he has already been flagged for four penalties this season and has had problems in pass protection.
Right tackle Michael Oher has appeared to do a good job in pass protection. But according to PFF, Oher has graded out as the worst run blocking tackle in the league through four games.
Baltimore has had other problems offensively besides just the offensive line, but the line has given up 12 sacks, tied for 10th most in the NFL, and is largely to blame for how ineffective the Ravens' running game has been despite having two talented running backs in Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce.
Baltimore averaging just 2.6 yards per carry, the third-lowest average in the league.
Against the Buffalo Bills Sunday, Rice and Pierce combined for just 24 yards on nine carries against a Bills defense that entered the game as one of the league's worst against the run.
The line also allowed four sacks and 12 quarterback hits, and Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the line was partly to blame for at least two of quarterback Joe Flacco's interceptions.