Buccaneers trade OL Zuttah to Ravens for 2015 pick

The overhaul of the Buccaneers offensive line continues, as the team trades guard/center Jeremy Zuttah to the Ravens for a 2015 draft pick.

Jeremy Zuttah has spent the past six seasons with the Buccaneers.

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TAMPA, Fla. -- Offensive lineman Jeremy Zuttah is headed to the Baltimore Ravens.

The Buccaneers announced Zuttah, 27, will go to the Ravens for what FOX Sports NFL Insider Peter Schrager reports is a mid-round draft pick in 2015.

Zuttah has spent the past six years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since entering the league as a third-round selection, 83rd overall, out of Rutgers. He has started 76 of 90 career games played, with experience at both guard and center.

Zuttah's trade continues the offensive line overhaul since new coach Lovie Smith and new general manager Jason Licht took over early this year.

Previously, guard Davin Joseph was released March 8 and tackle Donald Penn was released March 13. Guard/center Ted Larsen signed with the Arizona Cardinals in free agency.