WR - ARI
Marquise Brown and Kyler Murray, who played together at Oklahoma, got in their first practice together Monday. Brown has been slowed by a hamstring injury and Murray with Covid-19 and a wrist injury this summer.
Even though they played together in college, the more reps Brown and Murray get during the preseason, the better. It's not ideal that both have missed time, but given their familiarity with each other, they may be able to sync up quickly. Brown's fantasy value should be strongest at the start of the season while DeAndre Hopkins is serving his suspension.
Marquise "Hollywood" Brown was arrested early this morning on criminal speeding charges.
Brown was traded from the Ravens to the Cardinals on draft night, and the hype around his return to action with former college QB Kyler Murray has been discussed at length. With the Cardinals already missing DeAndre Hopkins for the first six weeks of the season (suspension) the last thing they need is another receiver missing time. Brown started training camp on the NFI list but was recently removed. If he is able to get on the practice field with the team sooner rather than later, that would be a positive sign for someone joining a new offense. Assuming Brown is on the field for Week 1, he is a definite buy-low, sell-high candidate as he will see a major increase in volume in the first six weeks of the season.
The Arizona Cardinals have activated WR Marquise "Hollywood" Brown from the NFI list, which he was placed on this past Tuesday after injuring his hamstring in private workouts, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
As expected, Brown has been activated from the NFI list shortly after being placed on it last week. Currently coming off the board as the WR #23 according to FantasyPros ADP, Brown is in line to receive a massive target share in this Arizona Cardinals pass-heavy offense and will have the opportunity to reward fantasy managers with a lofty return on investment, especially early on with Deandre Hopkins serving a six-game suspension to start the season.
The Cardinals placed Marquise Brown on the non-football injury list on Tuesday with a hamstring injury but Kliff Kingsbury said on Wednesday that he expects him to return soon.
Specifically, Kingsbury described Brown's injury as a hamstring "tweak," so it indeed sounds like nothing to worry about. Arizona desperately needs a healthy Brown after losing Christian Kirk in free agency and needing to replace DeAndre Hopkins for the first six games because of a suspension. Brown, who had 91 catches for 1,008 yards and six touchdowns last season, should see plenty of targets if he he's healthy, particularly in the early part of the season, but it's imperative that he start getting in work with Kyler Murray as soon as possible. Thankfully, it sounds like that will be the case.
The Ravens traded WR Marquise Brown and the No. 100 pick to the Cardinals for Arizona's No. 23 pick.
The 24-year-old WR is heading into his fourth NFL season and becomes another weapon for Kyler Murray in Arizona's high-powered offense, joining DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green, and Rondale Moore at the top of the WR depth chart. For his career, Brown has tallied 195 receptions for 2,361 yards and 21 touchdowns. Fantasy managers in dynasty leagues can move him up a couple of notches with the change of scenery and new QB.
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