Ravens reportedly close to deal with Jeremy Zuttah

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The Ravens are “close” to a deal to reunite with center Jeremy Zuttah, according to Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun.

Per Preston, discussions have become “more intense” between the Ravens and Zuttah about a return. He cautioned, though, that the Colts remain in the picture. Zuttah visited Indianapolis this week.

Zuttah made the Pro Bowl in 2016, but the Ravens traded him to San Francisco in March in an exchange of sixth-round picks. The 49ers released him last week after Zuttah failed to push Daniel Kilgore for the starting job.

In nine seasons, Zuttah has played both guard positions and center. He made 41 starts at center for the Ravens over the past three seasons.

10 responses to “Ravens reportedly close to deal with Jeremy Zuttah

  1. I’m not sure what happened to this guy… We 49ers fans were excited to get him but he just never showed up in practice and could not beat out the guys ahead of him.

  2. I was going to say this is like drinking spoiled milk and putting it back in the refrigerator, but then I realized, no, this is like drinking spoiled milk, throwing it in the garbage, then having some other family pick it out of the garbage, they drink it and realize it is spoiled and they throw it away, then you come along, pick it out of the garbage and put it back in the refrigerator.

  3. Ravens are sending playoff tickets with the regular season tickets. PLAYOFFS! What? And you have to make a payment by September 7th or you lose them. That stadium had plenty of empty seats last year – and if you look on stubhub there are plenty to be had this year. It’s just an arrogant approach to ask people to pay 5 months in advance for something that probably won’t happen…classy…and of course they keep your money and use it towards next years tickets

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