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Orlando Brown Trade Destinations: Where The Ravens’ Pro Bowl Tackle Can Land This Offseason

Kartik Mathur

Orlando Brown

Orlando Brown has made a name for himself as he’s regarded as one of the best tackles in the league. Here are a few trade destinations for Orlando Brown:

Orlando Brown Trade Destinations:

1. Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs could be looking into this seriously. Patrick Mahomes was pressured throughout the entire Super Bowl which was a big problem. Here’s what the Chiefs could do:

The Chiefs could trade Eric Fisher, the long-time Chief’s tackle. This would be an upgrade for Mahomes, as Orlando Brown is younger and could also be a healthier option.

Predictions: Chiefs trade Eric Fisher and 2022 3rd round pick for Orlando Brown

2. Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow was sacked a lot in 2020. The Bengals could trade a massive haul for Brown and protect Burrow’s blindside.

Even though the Bengals have the 5th overall pick and could draft Penei Sewell (the best offensive tackle prospect in the draft), they could solidify their offensive line with Orlando Brown.

Furthermore, Bengals could then use the number 5 overall pick in the draft to get a solid receiver such as Ja’marr Chase as the Bengals will lose 2 receivers this offseason: A.J Green and John Ross.

Predictions: Bengals trade 2021 second-round pick (38), 2021 third-round pick (69) and a 2022 first-round pick

Why does Orlando Brown want to be traded?

The Ravens had signed him to a 5 year, $98.75million earlier this year. However, Brown was shifted from the left tackle to right tackle position.

Brown firmly states he is a left tackle. It’s not about the money, it’s because he wants to honor his father who played at left tackle.

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