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Nov 27, 2022 6 46 13 0 4
Oct 16, 2022 5 68 26 0 6
Oct 9, 2022 8 78 25 1 13
Oct 2, 2022 6 88 23 1 14
Sep 25, 2022 14 140 20 0 14

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2022 49 531 10.84 3 0.00
2021 91 1008 11.08 6 5 5.00 1348.4
2020 58 769 13.26 8 1 1.00 1247.8
3y Avg. 65 787 12.11 7 2 2.00 1208
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Six catches in return

    Brown recorded six receptions on eight targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Chargers. Brown returned to action for the first time since Week 6 and immediately led Arizona in targets and receptions. His yardage total was held in check as he worked in short areas of the field. That limited him to only 5.8 yards per target while his longest reception of the day went for 13 yards. The Cardinals will now head into their Week 13 bye, though Brown should be back at near full strength by the time the team takes on New England in Week 14.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Back on active roster

    The Cardinals activated Brown (foot) from injured reserve Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. With the anticipation over, the Cardinals finally will have the wide receiver duo of DeAndre Hopkins and Brown available in the same game for the first time this season Sunday against the Chargers. Coach Kliff Kingsbury has said that Brown likely will be on a "pitch count" of sorts in his first action since Week 6, according to Urban. Still, Brown's presence could mean for a more potent Arizona offense, as he put together a 43-485-3 line on 64 targets in the first six contests of the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: On track to play

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday that he expects Brown (foot) to play Sunday against the Chargers, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. The Cardinals designated Brown for return from injured reserve last Wednesday and had him out on the practice field again this week. Kingsbury said Wednesday that the speedy wideout was likely to be on a pitch count in his first game back after missing more than a month with foot injury, but Brown at least sounds like he's on track to play for the first time since Week 6. The Cardinals will have until 4 p.m. ET on Saturday to officially activate Brown from IR for this weekend's game.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: May be limited Sunday, if active

    Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Brown (foot) likely will be on a "pitch count" Sunday against the Chargers if the Cardinals activate him from injured reserve, Darren of the team's official site reports. The Cardinals designated Brown for return from IR last Wednesday, but he didn't do enough in practice to get back on the active roster for Monday's eventual loss to the 49ers. Now that he's taking part in drills for a second consecutive week, he may have a better shot to play Sunday, but if he's active he likely won't take on a full allotment of snaps. Arizona's receiving corps is banged up at the moment, with Rondale Moore (groin) expected to miss Week 12 and Greg Dortch (thumb) not taking part in Wednesday's walk-through session. As a result, Brown still could make waves working behind DeAndre Hopkins and potentially ahead of A.J. Green and Robbie Anderson if he's available and if Moore and Dortch aren't.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Not activated Monday

    Brown (foot) wasn't activated from injured reserve ahead of Monday night's game against the 49ers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. The Cardinals designated Brown for return from injured reserve last Wednesday, but the wideout isn't quite ready to suit up for game action and thus will target a potential return Week 12 against the Chargers. In the meantime, look for DeAndre Hopkins -- who is listed as questionable for Monday's contest but trending toward playing, per Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com -- Rondale Moore and A.J. Green to lead the team's Week 11 wideout corps, with Robbie Anderson and Greg Dortch also in the mix.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Not expected to play Monday

    Brown (foot) isn't expected to be reinstated from injured reserve ahead of Monday's game against the 49ers in Mexico City, Jordan Schultz of TheScore.com reports. Arizona will have until 4 p.m. ET on Monday to formally decide whether to add Brown to the 53-man roster for the Week 11 contest, but given that the receiver first resumed practicing this past Wednesday after missing the past four games with the left foot injury, it doesn't come as a major surprise that the team is leaning toward holding him out against the 49ers. On a positive note, Schultz relays that Brown is "feeling much better" and hopes to make his return to the lineup Week 12 against the Chargers, though his availability for that contest will hinge on how he fares during the Cardinals' next three practices. Brown's expected absence for at least one more game leaves the Cardinals with DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring), Rondale Moore, A.J. Green, Robbie Anderson and Greg Dortch as their options at receiver.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Mixes into individual drills

    Brown (foot) took part in some individual drills at Thursday's practice, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. After suffering what was initially a potentially season-ending left foot injury in Week 6, Brown has spent nearly a month on injured reserve, from which the Cardinals designated him for return Wednesday. With a 21-day window open to prove his health, he managed to mix into some individual work to begin Week 11 prep, looking crisp running routes and hauling in passes. Brown may not be cleared for Monday's game against the 49ers in Mexico City, but Arizona at least may have a decision to make about bringing him back to the active roster in the coming days.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Could play this week

    Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Brown (foot) has a chance to play in Monday's game against the 49ers, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Brown was designated to return from injured reserve earlier Wednesday and now will be evaluated on the practice field. If the Cardinals don't deem Brown ready to play Monday, he could make it back for a Week 12 matchup against the Chargers, after which Arizona will go on bye.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Cleared for practice

    Arizona designated Brown (foot) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Brown can return to the practice field as soon as Wednesday, opening a 21-day window before he needs to be activated from IR. The Cardinals presumably hope to have him available well before that window closes, perhaps even as soon as Monday's game against the 49ers. Brown averaged 7.2 catches for 80.8 yards and 0.5 touchdowns over the first six weeks of the season, before missing the past month with a foot injury while DeAndre Hopkins returned from suspension and took over as Arizona's high-volume No. 1 receiver.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Getting close to return, per HC

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday that Brown (foot) is "getting close" and is expected to be back after the team's Week 13 bye at the latest, per Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site. Brown was placed on injured reserve Oct. 20 due to a foot injury he suffered Week 6 and was slated to be sidelined 4-to-6 weeks. Per Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com, Kingsbury added that the wideout "is getting to the point where he's going to be day-to-day," but the Cardinals won't rush him back until he's 100 percent. Before the injury, Brown secured 43 of 64 targets for 485 yards and three scores, but all of that production came when DeAndre Hopkins was sidelined due to a suspension.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Officially goes to injured reserve

    The Cardinals placed Brown (foot) on injured reserve Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. This move was expected after Brown sustained a foot injury this past Sunday in Seattle that's slated to keep him sidelined for at least one month. He'll thus miss at least the Cardinals' next four games and perhaps more considering the aforementioned timeline. With Brown joining Antoine Wesley (hip) on IR, Arizona's receiving corps now consists of DeAndre Hopkins, Rondale Moore, A.J. Green, Robbie Anderson and Greg Dortch.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Out at least one month

    Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Brown (foot) will be sidelined at least one month, Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic reports. Brown's expected multi-week absence was confirmed after he received a second opinion on the left foot injury that forced him out in the second half of the Cardinals' Week 6 loss at Seattle. While the nature of the issue isn't known, Brown seems a likely candidate to be placed on injured reserve considering the timeline. In Brown's absence, the recently activated DeAndre Hopkins will resume leading Arizona's passing game, with Rondale Moore, A.J. Green, newcomer Robbie Anderson and Greg Dortch also candidates for targets at wide receiver.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Out indefinitely, per coach

    Brown was listed as a non-participant on Monday's practice estimate, and coach Kliff Kingsbury deemed the wide receiver "out indefinitely" due to the left foot injury that he sustained Sunday in Seattle, Kevin Parrish of the Cardinals' official site reports. Brown departed Arizona's Week 6 loss in the second half and was wearing a boot on his left foot after the game. While initial X-rays came back negative, he's getting a second opinion to determine the severity of the injury and also a timeline for his return to action, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. In the end, Brown is slated for a multi-week absence at the very least, which may have spurred the Cardinals' trade for Robbie Anderson on Monday. While Anderson may not immediately make an impact in the team's receiving corps, DeAndre Hopkins is back from a six-game suspension, and Rondale Moore, A.J. Green and Greg Dortch also are on hand to man the position for Thursday's matchup with the Saints.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Getting second opinion

    An MRI revealed Brown's left foot injury won't require surgery and may sideline him for six weeks, but the wideout will get a second opinion before moving forward, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. This is certainly an encouraging development after news dropped earlier Monday that Brown may miss the remainder of the season, but the extent of his issue remains unclear. On Monday, the Cardinals traded for Robbie Anderson and activated DeAndre Hopkins to the active roster following a six-game suspension, a pair that'll join Rondale Moore and A.J. Green to cover for Brown's absence.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Potentially out for season

    Brown suffered a potentially season-ending foot injury during Sunday's loss to the Seahawks and will undergo further testing Monday to determine the severity of the issue, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Brown's X-rays came back negative, but he had a walking boot on his left foot following Sunday's loss. The extent of the issue remains unclear, but based on Schefter's report, there's a possibility the wideout could miss the remainder of the season. Arizona already has begun to mitigate the potential loss by trading for Robbie Anderson, who'd grown disgruntled in Carolina, and will get DeAndre Hopkins back from a six-game suspension Week 7. Regardless, Brown was by far the Cardinals' most productive offensive player through six games, totaling 43 receptions for 485 yards and three scores, so his absence will be a major blow to Arizona's offense.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Sports boot after negative X-rays

    X-rays on Brown's ankle came back negative, but he had a walking boot on his left foot after Sunday's 19-9 loss to the Seahawks, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. While Brown didn't break any bones, the boot suggests he may have suffered ligament damage. A high ankle sprain could mean a 4-to-6-week absence for Brown, who caught five of nine targets for 68 yards before getting hurt. Even recovering from a milder low ankle sprain would be an uphill battle before Thursday's Week 7 clash with the Saints, but at least Arizona's expected to get fellow wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins back from suspension for that one.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Hurts ankle late in Week 6

    Brown needed help to get to the locker room in the second half of Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN reports. Weinfuss' ESPN colleague Field Yates reports that Brown couldn't put any weight on his ankle after being rolled up on. Brown had five catches for 68 yards prior to being injured. With a short week ahead of him before Thursday's game against the Saints, Brown could miss at least one additional game.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Top DFS Play

    This may be the last week for it, but Brown is locked into double-digit targets against one of the worst defenses in football. He's a top-five wide receiver for me this week and he's considerably cheaper than everyone else I can say that about.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Efficient on 10 targets

    Brown caught eight passes for 78 yards and a touchdown on 10 targets in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Eagles. Brown could have had another touchdown if not for a dropped pass, but his box score was still very clean overall. He's generally been productive for the Cardinals and his fantasy investors, and in Week 6 he gets a Seattle defense that seemingly can't cover anyone, especially a blur like Brown.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Cleared for flight

    Brown (foot) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Brown and A.J. Green (knee) both were full practice participants Friday and avoided the final injury report, while Rondale Moore (knee) is listed as questionable and likely will be a game-time decision. Brown gets a tough matchup against the Eagles and their talented CB duo (Darius Slay and James Bradberry), but it's tough to take him out of lineups when he's averaging 11.3 targets per game and has scored at least 12.8 PPR points each week. The nature of his production has been quite different from most of his time in Baltimore, with Brown relying on volume rather than big plays and seeing more of his targets near the line of scrimmage. He's notably avoided any drops this year but has yet to produce a gain of more than 26 yards.
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