The Baltimore Ravens are well into the offseason after falling short of the playoffs with an 8-9 record. General manager Eric DeCosta held an offseason preview press conference Friday morning to discuss the past season and the future of the franchise.

During the meeting with the media, one reporter asked him about wide receiver Antonio Brown and the rumors about him potentially joining the Ravens this offseason.

DeCosta responded that he doesn’t expect any “significant additions” at wide receiver, as he is “very comfortable” with where the Ravens are at in the position. The Athletic senior staff writer Jeff Zrebiec tweeted the response Friday morning.

DeCosta also brought up Ravens star receiver Marquise Brown, noting that he expects the team to sign him in his fifth-year option. Zrebiec shared this response to Twitter.

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Despite the Ravens’ lackluster season, Brown recorded 1,008 receiving yards and six touchdowns. He had the second most productive season as a receiver, behind tight end Mark Andrews. He had 1,361 receiving yards and nine touchdowns.

The main issue Ravens fans have with Marquise Brown is his tendency to drop passes. He only caught 91 of 146 targets this season, which is just 62 percent.

However, Marquise Brown has potential and a lot less baggage compared to Antonio Brown. AB is a star wide receiver, but his unprofessionalism off the field is almost too much for any team to take on.