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Oct 2, 2022 6 88 23 1 14
Sep 25, 2022 14 140 20 0 14
Sep 18, 2022 6 68 24 0 6
Sep 11, 2022 4 43 26 1 10

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2022 30 339 11.30 2 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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Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Finds end zone in win

    Brown caught six of 11 targets for 88 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 26-16 win over the Panthers. His 23-yard grab in the fourth quarter capped the scoring for the Cardinals. Brown has seen double-digit targets in three straight games, posting a 26-296-1 line on 39 targets over that stretch as he continues to solidify his spot as Kyler Murray's top option while DeAndre Hopkins (suspension) remains out. The Arizona passing game faces a tough test in Week 5 against the undefeated Eagles, however.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Playing in Week 4

    Brown (foot) is listed as active Sunday at Carolina. Despite capping Week 4 prep with a limited practice due to a foot issue, Brown will be available to the Cardinals offense, as expected. With fellow wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins (suspension) and A.J. Green (knee) absent, Brown again should serve as the team's top receiver, which has resulted in a 20-208-0 line on 28 targets the last two games.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Expected to face Panthers

    Brown (foot), officially listed as questionable, is expected to play Sunday against the Panthers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Brown was added to the injury report Friday, though he still managed a limited session. While that casts some doubt over his status Sunday, he appears probable to suit up. Kyler Murray is likely to look Brown's way quite often, as A.J. Green (knee) has been ruled out and DeAndre Hopkins (suspension) remains sidelined.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Status in question for Sunday

    Brown (rest/foot) is questionable for Sunday's game in Carolina, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Brown made a sudden appearance on the Cardinals' Week 4 injury report Friday, logging a limited session as he tends to a foot issue. If he's able to avoid the inactive list ahead of Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff, he again will be poised for significant volume in a receiving corps that'll be without DeAndre Hopkins (suspension), A.J. Green (knee) and Antoine Wesley (hip, IR).
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Massive numbers in loss

    Brown caught 14 of 17 targets for 140 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams. Kyler Murray set new career highs in both passing attempts and completions, and while all that volume resulted in only four field goals, Brown was by far his favorite target. The 140 receiving yards represented the former Raven's best performance since he hauled in a career-high 147 yards in his NFL debut back in 2019, and Brown could be poised for big numbers again in Week 4 against a Panthers secondary that just got torched for 147 yards by New Orleans rookie Chris Olave.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Good volume but mediocre returns

    Brown caught six passes for 68 yards on 11 targets in an overtime win over Las Vegas on Sunday. Brown has been running his routes from DeAndre Hopkins' former position -- the left outside receiver spot -- but the returns have been lacking through two weeks. His 17 targets in Arizona have resulted in 10 catches for 111 yards and one touchdown, which isn't enough for how much Arizona depends on Brown while Hopkins is suspended. The Cardinals will hope to get Brown going against Tennessee in Week 3.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Scores in Cards debut

    Brown caught four of six targets for 43 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 44-21 loss to Kansas City. The former Raven had a quiet first half in his Cardinals debut, but Brown connected with Kyler Murray on a six-yard score early in the fourth quarter. With DeAndre Hopkins suspended and Rondale Moore dealing with a hamstring strain, Brown figures to be Murray's top target in the early going this season as he looks to improve on the career-high 91 catches and 1,008 yards he put up in 2021.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Not slated to play Saturday

    Brown is not in line to play in Saturday's preseason finale against the Titans, according to Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic. As a result, Brown is next in line to see game action in Week 1 against the Chiefs. At that point, he's likely to serve as the Cardinals' No. 1 wideout, with DeAndre Hopkins (suspension) slated to sit out the first six games of the season.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Back to 100 percent

    Brown isn't slated to play in Sunday's preseason game against the Ravens, but he said Wednesday that his hamstring currently is 100 percent, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Brown landed in Arizona on Day 1 of the draft back in April via a trade with the Ravens, but his training camp so far has included a stint on the non-football injury list and a slow ramp up since returning to practice Aug. 2. He didn't partake in his first on-field work with quarterback and college teammate Kyler Murray (wrist) until Monday, at which point the Cardinals were seen operating in 10 personnel, with Brown and Rondale Moore as slot receivers and DeAndre Hopkins and A.J. Green manning the outside, per Urban. Whether or not Arizona's offense actually utilizes the Air Raid this season remains to be seen, but Brown should benefit early on with his new squad while Hopkins serves a suspension for the first six games of the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Finally getting work with Murray

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Monday that Brown (hamstring) and Kyler Murray (wrist) practiced for the first time together since the start of training camp, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Both players have dealt with injuries in camp, with Brown getting back on the field last week, which coincided with limitations on Murray's practice reps due to a sore wrist. It's unclear if either or both were able to handle every drill Monday, but the Cardinals showed evidence of testing out the Air Raid, with Brown and Rondale Moore in the slot and DeAndre Hopkins and A.J. Green as outside receivers, per Paul Calvisi of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM. The team won't be able to operate with that personnel Week 1 due to Hopkins' six-game suspension to begin the season, but his lack of availability should be a boon for Brown, who was reunited with Murray, his college quarterback, back in April.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Takes part in individual drills

    Brown (hamstring) took part in individual drills off to the side during Monday's practice and is expected to return to full-team work by Wednesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury suggested that Brown would increase his activity Tuesday, and if all goes well, the wideout will be back to full speed by the middle of the week. Even if that comes to fruition, Brown is unlikely to play in Friday's preseason opener in Cincinnati, given the lack of full practice sessions he has under his belt up to this point in training camp.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Not practicing yet

    Brown (hamstring) isn't practicing Thursday but is down on the field watching his teammates, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Coach Kliff Kingsbury said earlier this week that he hoped to get Brown back in individual drills by Friday and back to full participation by Monday. That could still happen, though it isn't looking great at this point. Brown's recent arrest for speeding is less of an issue, as it didn't cost him any practice time and isn't likely to lead to an NFL suspension.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Gets arrested Wednesday

    Brown (hamstring) was arrested Wednesday in Phoenix on criminal speeding charges, Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic reports. Brown has been slowed by a hamstring issue during the first week-plus of training camp, kicking it off on the active/non-football injury list before returning to drills Tuesday. At that time, head coach Kliff Kingsbury noted that Brown was being "eased" back in, but he was expected to be a full participant by early next week. Per Arizona Sports 98.7 FM, Brown wasn't present to the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, and the reason for his absence has now been revealed. When he's back on the field at 100 percent is still in question, but a legal matter now is plaguing him as well.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: No full practice until next week

    Brown (hamstring) will be eased back into practice after the Cardinals removed him from the non-football injury list Tuesday, with coach Kliff Kingsbury saying the wideout may not be a full participant until Monday, Bob McManaman of The Arizona Republic reports. Brown was on the NFI list for the first week of training camp after injuring his hamstring in a training session over the summer. He spent plenty of time on the injury report in three seasons with Baltimore but missed only three of a possible 52 games (including playoffs). The Cardinals don't seem too worried about his current issue, counting on Brown to be ready for Week 1 while fellow wideout DeAndre Hopkins serves the first game of a six-week suspension.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Removed from NFI list

    Brown (hamstring) was activated from the non-football injury list Tuesday morning, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Brown can now practice with his Cardinal teammates, after missing the first week of training camp due to a hamstring injury he reportedly suffered during a private workout over the summer. He may be eased into practice with his new team, as there's a high recurrence rate for soft-tissue injuries -- and perhaps even more so for speed-dependent players. Brown has nearly six weeks to ramp up before Arizona's season opener against Kansas City, at which point teammate DeAndre Hopkins will begin serving a six-game suspension.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: May practice next week

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury is hopeful Brown (hamstring) returns to practice "next week at some point," Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. "I don't know when, but that's our hope," Kingsbury added Friday. The Cardinals placed Brown on the active/non-football injury list Tuesday due to a hamstring issue, giving him a chance to practice at any point during training camp once he's healthy. With more than a month before the regular season, he'll have plenty of time to reach 100 percent, but getting back on the field will be the first step in that process. Once he's available, Brown is poised to serve as the team's top wide receiver Week 1, when DeAndre Hopkins' six-game suspension kicks in.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Opening camp on NFI list

    Brown has been placed on the Cardinals' non-football injury list due to a hamstring issue, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. The wideout is eligible to come off the list whenever he is ready to practice, but Brown is now slated to miss some time with Arizona's training camp about to open. Once he's able to return to the field, Brown will look to cement his key role in an offense that will open the coming season minus DeAndre Hopkins, who has been suspended for six games out of the gate for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. While Hopkins is out, Brown will be in line to serve as Kyler Murray's top downfield option, with A.J. Green, Rondale Moore and Antoine Wesley also in the mix for targets.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: On pace for volume sans Hopkins

    Brown may need to take on a larger role in the Cardinals offense to begin the upcoming season after DeAndre Hopkins was suspended six games Monday for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances, Lindsay Jones of The Athletic reports. Arizona made a splash on Day 1 of the 2022 Draft when it acquired Brown and a third-round pick for the team's first-rounder. He was slated to operate with Hopkins and A.J. Green at wide receiver in the base offense, but Brown now should assume No. 1 duties as of Week 1 of the campaign. Brown is coming off the first 1,000-yard season of his pro career in 2021 and previously worked with quarterback Kyler Murray at Oklahoma in 2018, compiling a 75-1,318-10 line in a high-powered scheme. With Hopkins out of the picture for six contests, Brown's primary competition for targets will be Green, Rondale Moore and Antoine Wesley at wide receiver, tight ends Zach Ertz and rookie second-round selection Trey McBride and top running back James Conner.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: To receive fifth-year option

    GM Steve Keim said the Cardinals will exercise the fifth-year option on Brown's rookie contract after acquiring the wide receiver in a draft-day trade with the Ravens on Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. As part of the exchange, Baltimore received the 23rd overall pick in this year's draft, while Arizona gained the speedy Brown and pick No. 100 on Friday. Brown has experience playing with Kyler Murray at Oklahoma, and the former is coming off a three-year stretch in which he upped his catch and yardage totals each season, culminating with a 91-1,008-6 line on 146 targets in 2021. With the Cards, Brown joins a group of wide receivers that boasts DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green and Rondale Moore, along with tight end Zach Ertz and running back James Conner.
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  • Cardinals' Marquise Brown: Gets moved to Arizona

    The Ravens dealt Brown and a 2022 third-round pick to the Cardinals on Thursday for the 23rd overall selection in this year's draft, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The Cardinals added another big-play threat to their receiving corps, but instead of bringing in a rookie via the draft they're reuniting Brown with college teammate Kyler Murray. While working together at Oklahoma in 2018, Brown was among Murray's top wideouts en route to the latter winning the Heisman Trophy. Since then, Brown was a first-round pick of the Ravens in 2019, increasing his catch and yardage totals in each of his three pro campaigns. Last year, he wrangled 91 of 146 passes for 1,008 yards and six touchdowns in 16 games. With the move to Arizona, Brown joins a skill-position group that features DeAndre Hopkins, James Conner, Zach Ertz, A.J. Green and Rondale Moore, among others.
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