But much like what general manager Ozzie Newsome pointed to at the National Football League combine, Baltimore is doing a makeover on their wide receiver corps this offseason.
The news comes shortly after it was announced that the Baltimore Ravens signed former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver John Brown. Brown will be operating on a one-year contract in his new locale, per Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio.
The 5-foot-11, 179-pound receiver is coming off a season where he caught 21 passes for 299 yards (both career lows) and three touchdowns.
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John Brown started in the NFL in 2014 upon being drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the third round of that year's NFL Draft.
Brown enters his fifth season with much to prove after health issues limited him over the past two years. He was diagnosed with the sickle cell trait during the 2016 season, and then-Cardinals coach Bruce Arians suggested that the condition led to Brown dealing with persistent hamstring injuries.
Meanwhile, Grant, 27, had 84 catches for 985 yards and six touchdown receptions in four seasons with Washington.
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After 65 catches for more than 1,000 yards in 2015, his last two years' production combined for 60 catches for 816 yards.
Given Newsome's stated desire to overhaul the position, the Ravens were linked as a possible trade partner with the Miami Dolphins for receiver Jarvis Landry, but he was ultimately dealt to the Cleveland Browns.
Mike Wallace, the team's top receiver the past two years, remains available.
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