Former Patriots LT Trent Brown Reportedly Signing 4-Year Deal With Raiders

Former Patriots LT Trent Brown Reportedly Signing 4-Year Deal With Raiders

But the Patriots selected Wynn in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft, and may expect him to start in 2019.

But his departure leaves a giant void on the New England offensive line, with second-year lineman Isaiah Wynn likely taking over for Brown at left tackle.

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Brown certainly earned a raise with his play during the 2018 season, and now he has a monstrous contract to match his mighty frame. Wynn, for one, says he's worthy of it.

News of Brown's departure broke as the NFL's legal tampering window opened up at noon on Monday. Linebacker Ja'Whaun Bentley didn't get into specifics, but still showed his support for his former teammate cashing in big. Curiously, news of the signing came less than 10 minutes into the start of the window where National Football League teams can begin negotiating with player agents.

The Oakland Raiders are not wasting any time this free agency period, as they will reportedly sign one of the best offensive tackles in football on Wednesday.

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