Marlon Brown

Marlon Brown

Baltimore Ravens

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By Miguel Garcia, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Dec 14th 7:28pm EST

In Week 15's matchup against the Jaguars, Marlon Brown lead all Ravens in receiving with 66 yards on 5 receptions.

Fantasy Impact: Brown made the most of his opportunities by catching all the balls sent his way. If Torrey Smith cannot get back to form because of his ailing knee, Brown may be in line to repeat this performance next week against the Texans.

By Phil Falvo, Ravens Correspondent, Thu, Dec 4th 9:38pm EST

Marlon Brown returned to practice Thursday after suffering a concussion in the Raven's Week 13 loss to San Diego. Brown said he isn't feeling any lingering effects from the concussion. (Source: The Baltimore Sun)

Fantasy Impact: With Torrey Smith missing two consecutive practices due to a knee injury, Brown could step into a starting role. However, Miami's pass defense is ranked 2nd in the NFL, giving up less than 200 yards per game through the air. Keep an eye on practice reports, but Brown should be considered no more than a desperation start. Look to better options this week.

By Blaine Blontz, Ravens Correspondent, Sun, Nov 30th 1:52pm EST

Ravens wide receiver Marlon Brown exited the game and went to the locker room to be examined by team trainers. (Source: Ravens on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Baltimore hasn't announced what the injury is to this point, but he appeared to hit the back of his head prior to leaving the field. The Ravens could be checking for a concussion.

By Andy Holloway, Ravens Correspondent, Mon, Aug 4th 10:00am EDT

After a slow start to camp, second-year wide receiver Marlon Brown has picked it up of late. "He’s made great strides," coach John Harbaugh said of Brown. "Marlon made some circus catches today and had a couple of catch-and-runs on crossing routes. You can use that big body." (Source: Baltimore Sun)

Fantasy Impact: Brown surprised people last season with a Ravens rookie record 7 touchdowns. He's a big body at 6-foot-5 215, but benefited from the lack of red zone and wideout options in Baltimore last season. With Steve Smith in the fold, Dennis Pitta healthy, and Owen Daniels capable in the red zone, we wouldn't expect a statistical ascension in year two for Brown. Look at him in the WR4 range or a stash in dynasty leagues.

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