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Marquise Brown
Wide Receiver
Ht: 5' 9" Wt: 180 Age: 23 Exp: 2 years College: Oklahoma Drafted: 2019 R1 25,
Avg FF PTS
7.15
Per Game
Cumulative FF PTS
14.3
Position Rank: 38th
Projected FF PTS
14
Week 2 @HOU
Upside / Downside
+7.26
Week 2 @HOU
Posted: 9/21/2020 6:48 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown caught five of his six targets for 42 yards.
Huddle Up: The Ravens pounded the Texans on the ground and played solid defense, so Brown wasn't needed all that much to stretch the field. If anything, the fact he was able to be this active against a team intent on not getting beat deep gives him a reasonably high fantasy floor. Expect Brown to be much more productive in Week 3 for what figures to be a high-scoring affair at home against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 3.
Posted: 9/14/2020 1:12 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown posted five receptions for 101 yards on six targets in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns.
Huddle Up: Hollywood led the way, and is the top dog among the pecking order of the Baltimore wide receivers. He is a solid WR3/4 or flex fantasy option heading into Week 2 against the Houston Ravens.
Posted: 8/05/2020 4:53 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown said he added 23 pounds this offseason and currently weighs 180 pounds.
Huddle Up: Brown was a big play threat during his rookie season and finished with 584 yards and seven touchdowns. The Ravens do not throw a lot, but Brown will be the main option among the receivers on the roster. He has the chance to be a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 7/30/2020 3:38 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown is in line for a huge jump in 2020, according to quarterback Lamar Jackson. Brown has bulked up after an injury-riddled rookie season. 'I feel like he's going to have a huge jump, more than people may think,' Jackson said. 'He was hurt last year, people didn't know that, but he went out there and battled his tail off each and every game on a messed up foot. Now his full potential is going to show this year I feel. He's still young, but he's going to show off. My job is to get the ball out quicker, because he's a lot faster with that foot 100 percent.'
Huddle Up: Brown was a hot waiver claim early in the season but tailed off after the injury. He resurfaced in the playoffs with seven grabs for 126 yards against the Tennessee Titans. Look for Brown to be an upside WR3 in fantasy.
Posted: 6/28/2020 4:10 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown 'had a great offseason physically,' according to offensive coordinator Greg Roman.
Huddle Up: Brown showed flashes of his big-play ability during and inconsistent rookie year, but a foot injury probably didn't help matters. Baltimore's run-heavy approach is a recipe for erratic production, but a healthy Brown is a WR3 with upside.
Posted: 6/12/2020 6:17 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown has said he plans on making a 'big statement' this season -- his second NFL season -- and that has Ravens head coach John Harbaugh excited. Harbaugh added that Brown is currently working out without restriction this offseason after dealing with a nagging foot injury much of the 2019 season. 'That's going to be really interesting to see, because his talent is at a high level,' Harbaugh said in a recent radio interview. 'His motivation is at a high level. His hands are better, and really kind of a lot better, than we thought. Not that we didn't think he had good hands, but he's got really good hands. So all those things, I can't wait to see when he gets back.'
Huddle Up: Brown finished his rookie campaign with 46 catches for 584 yards and seven TDs, but his only 100-yard receiving game came in Week 1 -- his pro debut -- and the foot issue seemed to be more of an issue than Brown or the Ravens let on. If Lamar Jackson takes more strides as a passer, Brown could challenge or WR2 fantasy status.
Posted: 5/10/2020 9:59 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown played at 157 pounds at times as a rookie in 2019, according to Tyler Dunne of Bleacher Report. In addition to working out this offseason with Lamar Jackson, Brown is planning to play the 2020 season between 170 and 175.
Posted: 2/25/2020 2:52 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown (foot) had surgery to remove a screw from his foot, and it may limit him in the offseason program. However, he should be fine for training camp and moving forward.
Huddle Up: Brown showcased his freakish talent at times last year, but he has had trouble staying healthy. He'll be a boom-or-bust WR3 option in drafts.
Posted: 1/31/2020 10:49 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown is expected to make a bigger impact in the passing game in 2020 because he was never fully healthy this season, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Brown did not fully recover from foot surgery and was limited during practices for most of the season.
Huddle Up: Brown will have the offseason to recover from all of his injuries and likely will be the top receiver for the Ravens next season. He posted 584 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019 despite his injuries and should be able to improve on those stats. He can be at least a No. 3 receiver in fantasy leagues next season.
Posted: 12/29/2019 8:26 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown (illness) is officially active for the team's Week 17 game.
Huddle Up: Brown will be in uniform but may not receive a lot of playing time since the Ravens have clinched the No. 1 seed. Fantasy players should look for other receivers to use in their lineups and avoid Brown.
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