Ravens Sign former Panther, Schofield
The Baltimore Ravens continue to add offensive line depth signing 30-year old Michael Schofield on Tuesday.
The 2014 third round selection by the Denver Broncos out of the University of Michigan has played in 87 career games, and most notably was a starter for the Broncos during their Super Bowl 50 victory over the Carolina Panthers in 2015.
After being waived in 2017 by the Broncos, Schofield signed with the Los Angeles Chargers starting five games at right tackle for an injured Joe Barksdale. Schofield would go on to start all 16 games at right guard for the Chargers in both 2018 and 2019, before signing in free agency with the Carolina Panthers for the 2020 season.
Schofield would go on to appear in 11 games starting in three for the Panthers in 2020, and was a cap casualty this offseason.
Schofield who has predominantly played at right guard, is a very versatile player who has played both left and right tackle at points during his seven year NFL career. The ability to play multiple positions along the offensive line is a plus for both the Ravens and Schofield who will look to stand out among one of the Ravens deepest offensive groups.