Marquise Brown

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5' 9"
166 lbs
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Marquise Brown is Trying to Put the “Hollywood” Back in Hollywood Brown, Signs a One Year Prove it Deal with the Chiefs
4 months ago

Marquise Brown is trying to put the Hollywood back in Hollywood Brown by signing a one year prove it deal with the Chiefs worth around 7 million and up to 11 million with incentives.

Marquise Brown is trying to put the Hollywood back in Hollywood Brown by signing a one year prove it deal with the Chiefs, worth around 7 million and up to 11 million with incentives. The speedy 5 ‘9, 170 pound, former first round selection by the Baltimore Ravens played the last 2 seasons with Cardinals in which he never lived up to the expectations, recording just 1283 yards on 118 receptions in 26 games played with the club. 




The Chiefs are looking to get similar production like Brown had for the Ravens back in 2021, when he finished as the WR19 and had 91 receptions for 1008 yards and 6 touchdowns. This is a win-win situation for both sides, the Chiefs get their field stretching burner on the cheap to complement Rashee Rice and Travis Kelce, Brown gets the chance to prove himself on a one year deal in hopes of landing a big contract in 2025. This move gives the Chiefs some flexibility, with their first round selection and can now pick the best talent instead of being handcuffed to a positional need. 

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Marquise Hollywood Brown Shut Down for Rest of Season (IR)
6 months ago

Marquise “Hollywood” Brown has been battling a heel injury for weeks and is finally headed to IR.

Jonathan Gannon has announced that Marquise “Hollywood” Brown has been placed on the injured reserve list and will miss the last two games of the season. This news does not come as a surprise since the Cardinals have been mathematically eliminated from the playoffs for weeks. The Cardinals are currently in the process of rebuilding, and it is possible that Brown might not play for them next season since he will become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

Due to poor quarterback play and multiple injuries, Brown’s season was a huge disappointment with only 51 receptions, 574 receiving yards, and 4 touchdowns.

Marquise (Hollywood) Brown ruled OUT for week 16
6 months ago

Marquise (Hollywood) Brown is sidelined with a heel injury for week 16.

Marquise Brown has been struggling with a nagging heel injury that has been bothering him for a few weeks. He had to leave last week’s game early due to a re-aggravation of his heel. The Cardinals have nothing left to play for but their pride, so it may be unrealistic to expect to see Brown playing again this season. If Brown has indeed played his final snaps of the season, his 2023 campaign will end with 51 catches, 574 yards, and 4 touchdowns.

With Brown ruled out for week 16, waiver wire star Trey McBride could be in line to see double-digit targets once again this week against the Bears who have had issues covering TEs this season.

Michael Wilson Ruled Out For Week 12; Will Marquise Brown be joining him?
7 months ago

Michael Wilson is officially out Week 12 against the Rams.

Michael Wilson has been dealing with a nagging shoulder injury for a few weeks now. Coach Jonathan Gannon has confirmed that Wilson won’t play on Sunday. Fantasy football managers are excited to see how Wilson will perform with a competent QB like Kyler Murray under center, but unfortunately, they will have to wait for at least one more week. It is possible that Wilson could be held out for an additional week to give him more time to recover, especially with the Cardinal’s bye week coming up in week 14.

With Michael Wilson out and Marquise Brown injured, Rondale Moore and Greg Dortch could be the primary receivers for the Cardinals against the Rams on Sunday and both could be in flex consideration if you are in a bind for Week 12.