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Tampa Bay Buccaneers center Ryan Jensen is supposedly drawing interest from the New York Jets, Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens, according to ESPN’s Dan Graziano and Jeremy Fowler.
Graziano and Fowler include that the Bucs haveactually been attempting to re-sign him priorto complimentary company, however it’s uncertain if they can get a offer done in time.
The interest in Jensen doesn’t come as a surprise after he did a strong task securing Tom Brady over the last 2 seasons.
Baltimore is an apparent location for the 30-year-old, who invested the veryfirst 4 seasons of his profession with the Ravens from 2014-17. He invested most of his time securing Joe Flacco, and now, Lamar Jackson requires that defense gettingin 2022.
In addition, the Ravens’ existing center, Bradley Bozeman, is set to endedupbeing a totallyfree representative, so his prospective departure opens up the door for a Jensen return.
The Bengals are likewise an apparent location for Jensen. Cincinnati’s offensive line was ruthless in 2021 and hadahardtime to safeguard Joe Burrow, who was continuously under pressure. The requirement to overhaul the offensive line was more evident throughout the Super Bowl, when Burrow was sacked 7 times.
As for the Jets, they have a lot of cap space and a requirement to strengthen their offensive line. Adding Jensen would be a huge get in defense for Zach Wilson and would assistance set the tone for the offensive line moving forward.
Jets basic supervisor Joe Douglas was likewise a part of the Ravens’ personnel that prepared Jensen in 2014, so it’s no surprise New York would have interest in finalizing him based on Douglas’ familiarity alone.