The Baltimore Ravens have done a good job of rebuilding their offensive line, at least at a couple of positions.
During the season, they acquired offensive tackle Eugene Monroe from the Jacksonville Jaguars and were able to lock him down just as he was set to hit free agency in the offseason.
Over the weekend, they worked out a trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, acquiring guard/center Jeremy Zuttah, who the Buccaneers were eager to ship out of town as they continue to rebuild and retool their offensive line.
According to Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun and The National Football Post, as part of the acquisition of Zuttah, the Ravens have re-signed the veteran to a five-year deal.
The deal the Ravens did for newly-acquired center Jeremy Zuttah is a new five-year contract, according to a source
— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 27, 2014
Zuttah was originally drafted by the Buccaneers with the 83rd overall pick of the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft. The former Rutgers Scarlet Knight became a versatile player for the Buccaneers, starting games at both guard spots and center during his career.