8 offensive linemen the Ravens should target in 2022 free agency

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It’s no secret that the Baltimore Ravens are going to look to make sweeping changes to their offensive line this offseason. Following an injury-riddled disappointment of a 2021 season, the Ravens know that they need to make some serious upgrades.

That includes having new starters at anywhere from 2-4 positions on the offensive line. The only player we can safely say at this time will be a Week 1 starter for the Ravens is right guard Kevin Zeitler.

The other positions, whether due to injury, performance, or free agent status, remain up in the air.

The Ravens remain concerned about the long-term health of Ronnie Stanley and could look to add some insurance behind him this offseason. On top of that, it’s unclear how the right tackle position is going to shake out.

With Alejandro Villanueva an expected cap casualty, the Ravens will be looking for additional tackle depth even with the likes of Patrick Mekari and Ja’Wuan James on the roster.

There’s also the situation with Bradley Bozeman at center. If Bozeman walks in free agency, the Ravens will need to search for a replacement. Perhaps that player could come on the free-agent market.

Finally, the left guard position remains a jumbled mess. Do the Ravens trust the likes of Ben Cleveland, Tyre Phillips, and Ben Powers at that spot or will they look for an upgrade?

There are a lot of questions and few answers. Let’s take a look at eight offensive linemen who could prove to be those answers (or at least part of the solution) in free agency.