“Brown didn’t receive a much-wanted extension before this season, which means he’ll be playing for his football future in 2023. The better he plays and the higher the numbers he puts up, the more money he’ll be looking at this coming offseason in free agency.”

During last season, in games when Brown was healthy, the 26-year-old wide receiver averaged 59 yards per game and scored three touchdowns.

Both of these numbers saw a decline compared to his 2021 season with the Baltimore Ravens. Furthermore, he did not record a single touchdown after Week 5.

However, it is important to note that Hollywood Brown was sharing reps with future Hall of Famer DeAndre Hopkins for the majority of the year.

This is something Brown won’t need to be concerned about this season, as Hopkins has now joined the Titans.

Brown’s contract is set to expire by next spring, which adds significance to this season as it will play a crucial role in determining his future destination in the coming years.