Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden put an end to any lingering speculation surrounding his offensive tackles.
"We like that as a launching pad for us," Gruden told reporters. "Trent played very well at right tackle for San Francisco, he played left tackle very well for New England. That gives us some versatility. That's how we're going to start the show."
With Brown, the Raiders have a player who is flexible enough to play both tackle positions and the team can continue to develop Miller, whom Oakland selected as a first-round pick (15th overall) in 2018.
Still, Brown's position could turn some heads when considering he signed a four-year contract worth $66 million with $37.5 million fully guaranteed during free agency.
But after looking beyond the money, the position makes perfect sense given Oakland's division.
Of those pass rushers, Brown projects to square off two times during the regular season against Miller and Ingram, who combined for 21.5 sacks from the left side of the defensive line in 2018.