For a relatively unproven wide receiver, $14.5 million guaranteed seems like quite a lot, especially for a team with as little cap space as the Baltimore Ravens.
Grant (6-foot-0, 204 pounds) was a fifth-round pick out of Tulane by the Redskins in 2014.
The Baltimore Ravens reportedly have released eight-year wideout Jeremy Maclin, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Former Indianapolis Colts receiver Donte Moncrief, who was rumored to be on the Ravens' radar, is signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to reports. If those three depart, the only returning receivers for the Ravens will be Breshad Perriman, Chris Moore and Quincy Adeboyejo.
As a whole, Maclin's been a solid receiver, twice landing within the NFL Network's Top 100 (No. 61 in 2015 and No. 93 in 2016), but recently, injuries and age have caught up with the veteran.
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. It's considered a deep draft at wide receiver, with no elite receivers but value through the first few rounds.