The trade market for a franchise tackle is always a big one and the Baltimore Ravens have a slew of potential suitors for Orlando Brown Jr.
Orlando Brown Jr. proved that he is as good a right tackle in football over his first two-and-a-half seasons in the league including earning a Pro Bowl in 2019 at the position. In 2020, Brown successfully moved to the left side of the line in relief for an injured Ronnie Stanley and was good enough to once again earn Pro Bowl honors. Brown Jr. is set to become a free agent after the 2021 season concludes and will look to get a big, fat contract with someone, but he might be on a new team before Free Agency.
Brown Jr. made it clear on Twitter how he views himself and likely how he wants to get paid yesterday:
With this in mind, this could spell the end of Brown Jr.’s days in Baltimore with Stanley presumably returning for 2021 healthy. This opens up some avenues for the Ravens to explore in trading Brown Jr. this offseason. Plenty of teams should have interest in a young and stout offensive tackle who proved he can anchor either side of the line. His value is sky-high.
Here we are going to look at five teams who should be interested in acquiring Orlando Brown Jr.’s services, including possible trade scenarios for the 24-year old Pro Bowler.