Left guard Eric Steinbach, coming off surgery on his back and unwilling to take a pay cut, was released by the Cleveland Browns in March, but he has garnered interested from a number of teams, including the Chicago Bears, Seattle Seahawks, and Baltimore Ravens.
The Browns are certainly open to bringing Steinbach back at a reduced price, but that is in no way a done deal with the amount of teams interested in his services. It would be especially painful for Browns fans to see Steinbach sign with the Ravens, blocking for a running back like Ray Rice. Of course, this all depends on whether or not Steinbach is fully healed from his injury.
Before missing all of the 2011 season, Steinbach was as reliable as they come in the NFL. Since 2007, his first year in Cleveland, Steinbach played in all but two games (62 of 64 games) and paired with left tackle Joe Thomas to help make the left side of the offensive line a real strength for the team.