Marlon Brown

#14 WR / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 214 lb Age: 24 College: Georgia Bye 9

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    Ravens' Marlon Brown: Held catchless

    Brown was not targeted in Sunday's 16-13 win over the Rams. Brown barely saw the field, stuck behind Kamar Aiken, Chris Givens and Jeremy Butler. Brown struggled with his limited opportunities earlier this season and has clearly fallen out of favor. His seven-touchdown rookie season in 2013 is a distant memory.

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    Ravens' Marlon Brown: Could get more opportunities

    With Steve Smith (Achilles) out for the season, Brown is one of five healthy wide receivers on Baltimore's active roster, the team's official website reports. Brown had seven touchdowns as an undrafted rookie back in 2013, but he's been consistently underwhelming the past two seasons, showing minimal ability to gain separation from defensive backs. He has just 13 receptions for 106 yards on 29 targets this season, making him a less interesting option than Kamar Aiken, Chris Givens and arguably even Jeremy Ross. Even with Steve Smith injured, Brown played fewer than half of the offensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Chargers.

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    Ravens' Marlon Brown: Catches just one of four targets

    Brown caught one pass for nine yards on four targets in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the 49ers. Brown has been inefficient with the few opportunities he's received this season, largely because he doesn't have the quickness to separate from NFL defensive backs. It's increasingly clear that his seven-touchdown rookie campaign (2013) was just a product of Joe Flacco having nobody else to throw to. Flacco's options aren't much better this year, but Kamar Aiken is clearly ahead of Brown for the No. 2 wide receiver job. Brown is also starting to lose snaps to in-season acquisitions Jeremy Ross and Chris Givens.

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    Report: Ravens WR Steve Smith expected back Sunday

    Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith (back) is expected to play Sunday against the 49ers, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Smith said that he was not expecting to Sunday because his back did not respond in the way he was hoping during his limited practices this week, but he apparently had some late improvement that could allow him to get back on the field. Kamar Aiken and Marlon Brown were expected to see bigger workloads if Smith sat, but that could be pushed down now that he is likely to play.

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    Report: Ravens WR Steve Smith has four broken bones in back

    An MRI revealed Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith has four broken bones in his back, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Smith is currently being considered day to day with the injury, as it may be an ailment the veteran wideout can play through, depending on his level of pain tolerance. Smith is undoubtedly one of the toughest players in the NFL, but at 36 years old he may find it difficult to suit up while dealing with such a highly painful injury. Kamar Aiken, Marlon Brown, and new addition Chris Givens are in line to receive additional targets if Smith is forced to miss any time.

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    Ravens WR Michael Campanaro hits injured reserve with back injury

    Ravens wide receiver Michael Campanaro hits injured reserve with back injury Campanaro (back) was placed on injured reserve Saturday. Campanaro's initial prognosis was that he was week to week with a herniated disc, so the Ravens either opted for surgery or wanted to conceal yet another blow to an already shallow group of receivers while they negotiated a trade for Chris Givens. With Campanaro out, Steve Smith still nursing a back injury, and first-round draft pick Breshad Perriman (knee) requiring surgery, it looks like Givens, Kamar Aiken, and Marlon Brown will receive the majority of Joe Flacco's receiver targets in the near future.

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    Ravens WR Marlon Brown has quiet night in Week 4 win

    Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown caught two passes for nine yards on four targets in Thursday's 23-20 overtime win over the Steelers. Baltimore entered the game without much of a receiving corps, then watched Steve Smith and Michael Campanaro exit with lower-back injuries. Brown still couldn't get anything going, whereas Kamar Aiken caught five passes for 77 yards and a touchdown on seven targets. Although he has trouble getting open and hasn't done much this season, Brown could be forced into something close to an every-snap role, if Smith (back) misses any time. Should that happen, Aiken would be the more attractive option, but the Baltimore receiving corps would mostly just be a difficult mess to predict.

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    Ravens WR Marlon Brown catches just two passes in Week 3 loss

    Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown caught two passes for 29 yards on five targets in Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Bengals. Although Kamar Aiken again got the starting nod over Brown, the two wideouts have been on approximately equal footing in terms of both snaps and targets through three weeks. Neither has made any kind of case to be more involved in the offense, with both showing an inability to separate from defensive backs. If Breshad Perriman (knee) ever gets healthy, he might step right into a starting role.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Ravens WR Marlon Brown back at practice Tuesday

    Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown was back at practice Tuesday for only the fourth time since training camp began, according to The Baltumore Sun. He had been sidelined since Aug. 2 due to back and hamstring injuries. Brown said the injuries were "nothing major," as he participated in individual drills Tuesday. "It's just a process [coming back], but if you get over that hump, you're good," Brown said. "I like practicing, and I just wasn't practicing. It was definitely difficult." Brown underwent an MRI on his back, which revealed no disc damage, coach John Harbaugh said. It is still uncertain if Brown will be ready for Thursday's preseason opener against the Saints. "We haven't talked about that yet," Brown said. "It's my first day today. We're just going to see how it goes, day-by-day."

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    Report: Ravens WR Marlon Brown dealing with back issue

    A back injury prevented Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown from participating in Saturday's practice, sources told The Baltimore Sun. Brown is considered day to day. He has caught 73 passes for 779 yards and seven touchdowns over the last two seasons.

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