Ravens had formal meeting with Oklahoma offensive tackle Tyler Guyton at NFL Combine

The Ravens face tough decisions at the offensive tackle spot entering free agency, with Ronnie Stanley and Morgan Moses potentially salary cap casualties.

Baltimore is always ahead of the curve at retooling the roster, and they’ve started to access elite talent like Tyler Guyton.

The Oklahoma All-Ammerican offensive tackle confirmed a formal meeting with Ravens brass at the combine on Friday.

At 6-7, 328 with 34 1/4-inch arms, Guyton’s frame and movement skills are elite, and he’s stout enough to anchor down against an elite power rusher.

Guyton already got Lane Johnson’s approval for the first round and could lead Baltimore into another Super Bowl window.

Story originally appeared on Ravens Wire