That increases the Ravens' Pro Bowl selections to seven, which nearly matches their win total this past season (eight).
Zuttah, the 13th-best center last season by Pro Football Focus, showed toughness by battling through injuries but struggled at times inside because he is undersized. In his third season as Baltimore's starting center, he was also the Ravens's second-most penalized offensive lineman with six.
The Ravens could decide to part ways with Zuttah this offseason. Baltimore can free up $2.392 million if it releases him.
Zuttah was added to the Pro Bowl to replace Pittsburgh's Maurkice Pouncey, who passed on the Pro Bowl after playing in the AFC Championship Game.
He will join kicker Justin Tucker, safety Eric Weddle, fullback Kyle Juszczyk and long-snapper Morgan Cox as Baltimore players participating in the all-star event in Orlando, Florida. Two Ravens have opted not to play because of injuries: guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder) and linebacker C.J. Mosley (calf).