2022 NFL Draft: Five Team Fits for Aggies OL Kenyon Green

Aggies OL Kenyon Green. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
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Kenyon Green, 2022 NFL draft
Kenyon Green, 2022 NFL Draft prospect /

Miami Dolphins

It’s been pretty clear that the biggest need for the Miami Dolphins is offensive line. It’s important that for the development of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa that they give him much better pass protection.

The Dolphins don’t have their own selection and instead will have the 49ers selection after trades in last year’s draft, so they pick will likely fall in the late teens or early twenties. Green projects as a mid first round pick, so the Dolphins are one of the most likely teams to land him. He’d give the Dolphins a chance to put out their best five every week with his versatility.

Cincinnati Bengals

Last year the Bengals caught some heat for passing on Penei Sewell in favor of Ja’Marr Chase.  Clearly, Chase has shown this season that it was the right choice. However the Bengals still need to improve their offensive line.

The Bengals have a very promising offense for the future with Joe Burrow along with good receivers and running backs surrounding him. Their biggest priority moving forward has to be improving pass protection to reduce the chances of another Burrow injury.

Kenyon Green could step in and play either right guard or right tackle for them.  Where the Bengals pick falls remains to be seen, but if they have a high enough pick to get him they could be a prime destination for him.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens offense hasn’t been as dominant as it has been in past seasons and a big reason for that has been because of subpar offensive line play.

Baltimore would also really value his versatility as they have Ronnie Stanley who is high-level player when he’s on the field but has struggled with injuries in recent seasons. Kenyon Green could probably play guard, but also could move out to tackle if necessary. His skills in the run game would fit well in Baltimore.

Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders have needs in a lot of areas and offensive line is one of them. Kolton Miller has developed into a good left tackle, but aside from him the offensive line has had their struggles this season. Much like everyone else I’ve listed Kenyon Green could step in and play guard or tackle for the Raiders as well. If Alex Leatherwood is a permanent guard, it’s possible Green is the right tackle for the future.

Pittsburgh Steelers

It’s been pretty obvious that aside from quarterback, the Steelers biggest need is offensive line.  They have really struggled in both run blocking and pass protection. Kenyon Green wouldn’t solve all of their problems, however he’d certainly be a nice addition.