The Baltimore Sun reports that former UC standout Parker Ehinger has been getting significant numbers of reps at Baltimore Ravens camp. An injury to Ravens starting right tackle Ronnie Stanley has opened up additional opportunities for the Cincinnati center.
Though Ehinger has more experience at guard, both at the pro and college level, he certainly has seen his share of time at tackle.
Ehinger was a three-year starter for the Bearcats, serving as a right guard during his sophomore and junior years before moving left tackle as a senior. During Gunner Kiel’s heyday, Ehinger was a big reason that the Bearcats registered one of the nation’s leading offenses, year-in and year-out.
Ehinger was a fourth round pick by the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016 but a series of knee injuries prevented him from finding a permanent home on their starting offensive line. After two years in Kansas City, Ehinger was flipped to the Dallas Cowboys but again spent most of the season on IR.
In 2019, he bounced from club to club before finding a late-season spot on Baltimore’s active roster.
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