Sam Mustipher visited Ravens

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The Ravens hosted free agent interior offensive lineman Sam Mustipher on a visit late last week, Jeff Zrebiec of reports.

The Ravens have a need for a backup center with guard versatility after losing Trystan Colon to the Jets earlier this offseason. Patrick Mekari, the team’s swing tackle, has center experience.

But the Ravens likely want a better option behind Tyler Linderbaum, and Billy Price, Pat Elflein, Chase Roullier and Matt Skura also are available as free agents.

The Bears declined to extend a restricted free agent tender to Mustipher in March.

He started 40 games for the Bears the past three seasons.

3 responses to “Sam Mustipher visited Ravens

  1. Do some of these front office guys even watch tape? This guy is among the worst O-Linemen I have ever seen in the NFL and I have watched games for a long time. He was the weakest link on one of the the 3 worst OLs in the league last year. The Ravens would be better served giving an UDFA a shot.

  2. Tells you how historically bad the Bears OL was when a guy that started 40 games is allowed to walk and can’t find a backup role anywhere at the age of 26.

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