Free agent pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul visits Ravens

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The Baltimore Ravens have made a number of quality additions during the 2022 offseason. They’ve added playmakers on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, but there’s still time for the team to bring in even more players as they look to perfect their roster.

On Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported that free agent pass rusher Jason Pierre-Paul visited with Baltimore.  The 12-year veteran then posted an Instagram story of him in the Ravens’ locker room with the message “currently good vibes” under it.

It looks as if the Ravens still have eyes on re-signing Justin Houston after placing the unrestricted free agent tender on him, but it doesn’t hurt for the team to check out the other free agents on the market. If they were to sign a veteran outside linebacker it would add experience to a room that has plenty of young talent on it, as well as a bit of uncertainty with the recoveries of Tyus Bowser and David Ojabo from torn achilles injuries.

The former New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers pass rusher has 91.5 career sacks. Adding him to the Baltimore defense would be another great addition to an already stout defense, and his leadership would be helpful for young players such as Odafe Oweh, Daelin Hayes, and David Ojabo.