Cardinals free agent WR John Brown agrees to deal with Ravens


Still, Brown could inject some life into the Ravens' air attack that ranked just 29 last season with an average of 189.4 passing yards per game.

But the signings of Grant and Brown did little to ease the concern of fans who had hoped the Ravens would land one of the top free-agent receivers after owner Steve Bisciotti suggested the team would make "a splash" in free agency to help its struggling offense.

This time previous year, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin was comfortably sitting atop the depth chart for the Kansas City Chiefs, a clear team leader and performer who was a voice of leadership in the locker room and on the field. He missed two games in October with a shoulder injury, and he was sidelined for the final two games with a knee issue.

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The veteran wideout's release comes shortly after the Ravens added wideouts, Ryan Grant and John Brown. In addition, Grant receives a $10 million signing bonus, per Ian Rapport.

Releasing Maclin brings $5 million in cap savings.

Considered the top wide receiver available at the time, Maclin had averaged 68 catches, 900-plus receiving yards and six touchdowns in the first seven seasons of his National Football League career. According to Evan Massey, the Ravens are among the most interested in acquiring former Green Bay Packers wideout Jordy Nelson.