The Baltimore Ravens have signed two-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva to a two-year deal Tuesday, it was announced.

The deal is for $14 million and includes $8 million that is fully guaranteed, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter

After not drafting an offensive tackle last week, the Ravens added Villanueva to play right tackle and replace Orlando Brown Jr., who was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs on April 23.

Villanueva, 32, started at left tackle for the Pittsburgh Steelers for the past six seasons but would fit in with the Ravens’ supersized offensive line on the right side. He ranked 18th last season in run block win rate — three spots higher than Brown (21st) — which should fit in with a Baltimore offense that ran the ball on a league-high 50.3% of plays from scrimmage last season.