Report: Ravens expected to replace Brown with Villanueva
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The Baltimore Ravens are expected to replace Orlando Brown, who the team traded to the Kansas City Chiefs in a blockbuster deal, with Alejandro Villanueva at right tackle, ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports.

A contract between the two sides likely won't become official until after next week's draft, Hensley adds.

Villanueva joined the Steelers in 2014 and started each of the last six seasons at left tackle, but he will move to the right side in Baltimore.

The 32-year-old will also provide the stability needed to protect Lamar Jackson's blindside. Ronnie Stanley, one of the NFL's premier left tackles, suffered a season-ending ankle injury last November.

D.J. Fluker and Tyre Phillips manned the right tackle spot for the Ravens when Brown slid over to the left side following Stanley's injury.

Villanueva, a two-time Pro Bowler, provided stout pass-blocking to Pittsburgh's offensive line.

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