Ravens guard Jah Reid is expected to re-sign with the team.
Ravens guard Jah Reid is expected to re-sign with the team. (Jim McIsaac / Getty Images)

The Ravens officially re-signed veteran offensive guard Jah Reid to a one-year contract Thursday, a roster move intended to bolster depth on the offensive line.

Reid's contract has a base value of $745,000 with additional playtime incentives that could boost the deal, according to NFL sources.


Reid, 26, broke his hand and underwernt surgery to repair the damage toward the end of last season. He is healthy now and drew interest from two other NFL teams, including an AFC East club and an NFC West franchise.

Reid is a 6-foot-7, 320-pound 2011 third-round draft pick from Central Florida. He played in four games last season.

Reid played in 10 games as a backup guard in 2013. He started seven games in 2012 before a foot injury ended his season and required surgery during the Ravens' Super Bowl season and was placed on injured reserve.

Reid has played in 39 career games.

Reid completed the final year of a $2.6 million rookie contract last season.

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