While it remains to be seen as to how much playing time the former collegiate standout ultimately receives, Brown could play a vital role for the Ravens in Week 1. Baltimore will try to pounce on the struggling Dolphins.
Thr soon-to-be Ravens rookie notably underwent surgery to repair a Lisfranc injury that he suffered ahead of this year's NFL Scouting Combine. With Brown's recovery making its way into the preseason, he previously missed the Ravens' first two preseason games before suiting up for the team's matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.
He promptly caught three passes for 17 yards alongside one rushing attempt for a four-yard loss. He then played in Baltimore's final preseason game as well, muffing a pair of punt return attempts.
Brown was originally selected by the Ravens in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft out of Oklahoma. After starring as a member of the Sooners, Brown was unable to get out of the first round this past spring.
The Ravens thought highly enough of him to select him at No. 25 overall. Brown will now try to help second-year signal caller Lamar Jackson take the next step in 2019. Although Jackson has been categorized primarily as an elite rusher, the addition of Brown could certainly change such a notion.