Brown to Baltimore, no offer yet for Okeafor

Offensive tackle Orlando Brown has agreed to a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens. He was one of the few free agents other than Chike Okeafor that the Broncos are still involved with. Read about them in today's story links.

Broncos woo Okeafor - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
March 14, 2003 - The Denver Broncos discussed financial parameters Thursday with the representative for Chike Okeafor, but so far the free-agent defensive end has not received a formal offer. "We did speak a couple times," confirmed Andy Simms, Okeafor's agent. "I can't say we've moved forward. They know the range we're in. And we've spoken in terms of ranges. But that's about it."

Right-minded Ravens sign Brooks, close in on Brown - Baltimore Sun - Jamison Hensley
March 14, 2003 - While the Ravens are uncertain about their chances to lock up cornerback Chris McAlister to a long-term deal by today's deadline, they patched up their void at right tackle and severed all ties with free-agent quarterback Kordell Stewart.

Brown turns down larger deal to join Ravens - - Len Pasquarelli
Thursday, March 13 - More than three years after his career was nearly ended by an errantly-tossed penalty flag that struck him in the eye, offensive tackle Orlando Brown is back in the NFL, with learning that he has agreed to a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens. Brown, 32, was sought by four other teams and sources said he turned down an offer from the Minnesota Vikings that would have paid him nearly triple what he will earn from the Ravens in 2003. The one-year deal will afford Brown with an opportunity to re-establish himself in the league and then become a free agent next spring.

Brayton shines for NFL scouts - Denver Post - Adam Thompson
March 14, 2003 - BOULDER - Tyler Brayton introduced himself Thursday at Colorado's timing day before 48 NFL scouts in a style as fit for pro wrestling as pro football.

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