Jason Pierre-Paul Is Meeting With The Ravens

June 9th, 2022

It would be a little sad to see Super Bowl-season hero Jason Pierre-Paul in a Baltimore uniform, and that very well could happen soon.

JPP, per NFL Network, is on a free agent visit with the Ravens today.

He’s 33 years old and coming off shoulder surgery after an ineffective season because of that shoulder. But JPP isn’t quitting, and perhaps now he’s healthy.

The Ravens have frequently been a friendly place to older greats past their prime. Freakish six-time Pro Bowler Calais Campbell, 35, re-signed with them this offseason.

However, Joe can’t count JPP out of possibly having another season of true greatness in his body. The dude blew digits off his hand in an explosion and made it back to the field after multiple surgeries, and he later had a quick and impressive return from a broken neck. His tenacity and ability to power through pain is incredible.

JPP’s seemingly chronic knee issue might be what ultimately ends his career. But if he can pass a physical, he’ll surely have a job this season. Angry pass rushers find employment.

The Ravens play in Tampa this season, at The Licht House on Oct. 27.

29 Responses to “Jason Pierre-Paul Is Meeting With The Ravens”

  1. geno711 Says:

    I am guessing he does not pass his physical right now and will not be signed.

  2. Bojim Says:

    Watch him blow up.

  3. GOB Says:

    His legs are shot.

  4. #8 Says:


  5. DoooshLaRue Says:

    If anyone can do it, it’s JPP.
    Love that guys fire.

    Thanks for all your effort man, you were one of the few warriors during the last part of the “soft93” years.

  6. Ash Says:

    Awesome hope they sign him.

  7. PassingThru Says:

    I wish him the best.

    Come on, front office… sign an OLB like Trey Flowers.

  8. DR FEELGOOD Says:

    Perfect fit for him and the team. All the best JPP and thank you for what you did here at USF and with the Bucs!! True warrior in every sense of the word. If I had to be in a foxhole I would want him in it.

  9. Duane Says:

    Ravens currently have 5 million in cap space, half of what this team has. Will be interesting to see how it plays out.

  10. Daryl Green Says:

    So, and yes Suh🤙🏾

  11. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Our cap money is reserved for Gronk & the draft class…..perhaps we restructure someone and bring in another player….I’m thinking OLB.

  12. David Says:

    I understand why the Buccaneers could not risk money on him but I would not be surprised if he has one more Good year left. I highly doubt it though. Fingers are one thing, shoulders on an edge rusher are completely different.

  13. Goodbuc'nlife Says:

    It’s hard to replace that kind of heart and passion. His leadership is next to none and that will be missed and felt throughout that team. It will be interesting to see how that impacts the defense just from an accountability standpoint. With both him and Suh gone, we have a huge void in the leadership department. With that, I hope Devin White, LVD, and Logan Ryan are up to task to caral the troops when the tough gets going. Suhs strip of Cam Akers in the Championship game is a prime example of what I’m speaking of. LFG. Go BUCS!!!!

  14. Capt.Tim Says:

    If he doesnt get starter money- then we should sign him as a situational player.
    On 3rd and long, Id trust Jpp and Shaq as the duo to get it done.
    Counting on a rookie for pass rush is a losing gamble. No proof that JTS is gonna be effective. Shaq needs another pass rusher to be a threat.

    Bucs look weak at pass rushing. If JPP GOT LIMITED SNAPS- I bet he would still get sacks.

    If not, I wish him the very best. First real pass rusher we had in years, when he first came here.

  15. HC Grover Says:

    The VooDoo Hex will be lifted. Bucs will clobber the Stanks.

  16. Dman Says:

    Never count this guy out.

  17. Chris Tucker@Apple Roof Cleaning Tampa Says:

    Never count JPP out, he is like a cat who has 9 lives!
    If he does leave, I wish him well, and thank him for all his time here in Tampa.

  18. Jerry R Jones Says:

    Unfortunately he would have to deal with the Ravens implosion.

  19. Jerry R Jones Says:

    No proof JTS will be effective? WTH are you smoking?

  20. Buczilla Says:

    He’s one of my favorite Bucs ever and I wish him the best except for when/if he plays us.

  21. MadMax Says:

    Best of luck Mr. JPP, you’re beast among men. If we could have that SB version of him back….man we would be winning again.

  22. steele Says:

    Plan B: Carlos Dunlap or Justin Houston. No other FAs would add much. Nassib is a known quantity who got double digit sacks, but that was a few years ago.

    If none of that happens, we are stuck with praying for JTS and Logan Hall to be over the top great.

    If we’re looking for an upgraded pass rush, it’s not looking good right now.

  23. ChiBuc Says:

    He’s possibly moving on, not beyond. These fan-boy farewell eulogies are just weird.

  24. Adrnagy Says:

    Hopefully he goes unsigned. And we sign him week 10-12. Fresh legs. He could be a big addition late season.

  25. Hodad Says:

    Perfect place for him to land since he’s already an old crow.

  26. teacherman777 Says:

    It’s disgraceful that we are not resigning him.

    He rebuilt our defense before Tom came to town.

    JPP helped us get that Super Bowl.

    He should retire as a Buc.

  27. Buccos Says:

    JPP was my favorite player. He’s a dog! Relentless pass rusher who also excels at the run. Future HOF’r I believe. Has only lost one playoff game. Best of luck #90

  28. Cobraboy Says:

    As a vet, his salary is guaranteed for the season.

    If he signs after the 1st regular-season game, his salary is not guaranteed.

    He’s worth a flyer after the 1st regular-season game, but not before, based on his age & injury status.

  29. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Having JPP in Tampa was a dream fulfilled for me. One of my favorite all time players.

    That said…Cobraboy is right.

    And frankly, I think Suh would have a bigger impact as a player.