The issue is, with Brown already under contract for next season, there's no need for Baltimore to part ways with the 24-year-old without getting acceptable compensation. According to ESPN's Jamison Hensley, that compensation would at least have to include a Day 1 draft pick.
"Brown could get traded but it’s far from a given because the Ravens likely won’t deal him for anything less than a first-round pick," Hensley wrote on Tuesday.
For what it's worth, ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. thinks Baltimore should ask for a first-rounder and then some in exchange for Brown.
A third-round pick out of Oklahoma in 2018, Brown has started 42 of 48 games in his three seasons in Baltimore, including all 16 each of the last two years.
He'd be an excellent pickup for any team in need of an offensive tackle this offseason, but as others have said, the quality depth in this year's draft class could make some franchises wary of paying the price for Brown.