OFFICIAL: Ravens have completed the signing of another Houston Texans star after reaching a mutual agreement

With Morgan Moses gone, who will start on the offensive line for the Ravens?

The Baltimore Ravens lost one of their best offensive linemen this offseason after letting Morgan Moses go in free agency. It’s not an ideal situation for Lamar Jackson or the offense because it could lead to some struggles in the trenches. Nonetheless, the front office may have finally found a replacement for Moses.

Josh Jones trade: Arizona Cardinals get 5th-rounder in deal with Texans

According to Ari Meirov of The 33rd Team, Josh Jones signed his contract with the Ravens on Thursday. He formerly played for the Arizona Cardinals and the Houston Texans. He currently has a new opportunity in Baltimore.

“The Ravens have signed former Cardinals and Texans OT Josh Jones.”

Jones is more likely to take on a rotational role. However, given the Ravens’ loss of Morgan Moses, Jones may fight for a starting role during training camp. Of course, the NFL Draft has yet to take place, but there is plenty of quality at offensive tackle.

Jones was originally selected by the Cardinals in the third round of the 2020 draft. There were high hopes that he would become a consistent starter. However, after three seasons, the team moved on, and he went to Houston to play for the Texans. Josh Jones has started 24 of his 60 career games.

The Ravens’ executive office made a wise decision to bring in a seasoned offensive tackle so early in the offseason. Increasing roster depth is always beneficial, and who knows? Perhaps Josh Jones will be a pleasant surprise in Baltimore’s offensive strategy. Especially with Derrick Henry in the backfield.

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