8 offensive linemen the Ravens should target in 2022 free agency

Ravens, Jason Peters (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)
Ravens, Jason Peters (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) /
2 of 5
Ravens, Mark Glowinski (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) /

8. The Ravens could target Alex Cappa in free agency

A former third-round pick, Alex Cappa has come a long way from Division II Humboldt State. Firmly entrenched as a starting right guard for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cappa helped anchor arguably the best offensive line in football.

He was the only player on the roster to play all 1,328 of his team’s offensive snaps including the postseason, starting all 19 possible games. Cappa has served as his team’s starting right guard in each of the last three seasons and hasn’t missed a game since 2019.

He’s durable, productive, and still relatively young as he just turned 27-years-old. His price tag could be a little expensive for what the Ravens are looking for, but if they can create a little extra cap space, he would undoubtedly be a major addition.

Adding Cappa opposite Kevin Zeitler at guard could give the Ravens one of the better guard duos in the NFL.

7. The Ravens could target Mark Glowinski in free agency

Mark Glowinski just has the look and feel of a Ravens player. At 6-foot-4, 310 pounds, Glowinski plays with a nasty demeanor and is a plus-blocker in the run game.

The 29-year-old played an important part in the Indianapolis Colts’ dominant rushing attack, helping pave the way for Jonathan Taylor’s big season. It’s easy to see him accomplishing similar feats with the Ravens.

Glowinski has three years of starting experience in Indianapolis under his belt and remains a solid starter, but the Colts have a pair of players in Chris Reed (assuming he’s re-signed) and Danny Pinter who could step into his role.

That could work to the Ravens’ benefit, however, as they could target Glowinski as an upgrade at left guard.