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Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Date of Birth:  06/04/1997
Age:  24
Height  5'9"
Weight:   166
College:  Oklahoma
Drafted:  2019 | Round 1 | Pick 25
Depth Chart:  Starter

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR


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Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially questionable for Week 2.

If we had to guess, we'd say Brown will be ready to play in a big game against the Chiefs. But with the Ravens playing on Sunday night, you'll need to be sure you have a backup option if you plan on using Brown in your Week 2 fantasy lineup.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (hamstring) has returned to practice for the Ravens.

Brown missed most of the summer with his hamstring issue, but he's back in the mix exactly two weeks from the Ravens' Week 1 Monday night game against the Raiders. "Hollywood" should be ready to go to open the season.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown is dealing with a hamstring issue.

Brown has missed a few practices with the hamstring issue, and now Ravens head coach John Harbaugh says the injury appears more serious than they first thought. Hopefully Brown is able to return to the field soon, but he can probably be considered week-to-week for now.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

The Ravens activated Marquise Brown from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Brown missed no games while on the COVID list, and he is eligible to play tomorrow against the Jaguars. Missing the week of practice makes Brown a riskier Week 15 fantasy option than he normally would be.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown has been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Ravens are losing Brown just two days after he caught the game-winning touchdown against the Browns, along with fellow youngsters Miles Boykin and James Proche. Because of the new rules, we believe all three will be out in Week 15, but Baltimore will hope they can beat Jacksonville with a run-heavy game plan.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Lamar Jackson is expecting a Year 2 leap from Marquise Brown.

Of the ultra-fast former first-round receiver, Jackson told the Ravens' official website, "I feel like he's going to have a huge jump, more than people may think. 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 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." Brown had a solid rookie campaign, with the highlight coming in his debut with four catches for 147 yards and two touchdowns in Week 1 against the Dolphins. But the foot injury seemingly caught up to "Hollywood" a bit last year, and it's great to hear that Jackson is optimistic about him after the connection had major success on limited targets in 2019. Brown has a ton of upside in the middle rounds of fantasy drafts, and he should be a nice boom/bust FLEX option at the least this season.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown had surgery to remove the screw from his foot, according to Ian Rapoport.

Rapoport says that "Hollywood" will be good by training camp, but it may limit him in the offseason program. The screw being inserted into his foot was due to a foot injury suffered at the end of his college career, so hopefully getting it removed will allow Brown to have zero complications in 2020 and beyond.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially active for Week 11.

Brown continues to get listed as questionable while dealing a minor ankle issue, but there was no question he’d be out there against the Texans. Against a team that is susceptible to the deep ball, the dynamic rookie receiver is a top-20 wide receiver option for Week 11.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially questionable for Week 11.

Brown did not practice yesterday before returning today, and that appears to be the dynamic rookie receiver's routine at less than 100%. Like last week, three is little doubt Brown will suit up on Sunday, and expect him to be active when actives and inactives are revealed at 11:30 AM ET on gameday.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh) is officially active for Week 10.

Brown was again listed as questionable wit his ankle/thigh issue, but he was fully expected to play today against the Bengals. Facing a team that’s given up its share of big plays this season, Brown is a high-upside FLEX option with six teams on a bye.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh) is officially listed as questionable for Week 10.

Even Lamar Jackson (illness) is listed as questionable, so this is basically just a game status that indicates "Hollywood" still isn't quite at 100%. Barring something not feeling right in pregame warmups, it would be a surprise if he's not out there on Sunday against the Bengals. The Ravens play at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday, so Brown's status will be known in the morning.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh) is officially active against the Patriots.

Brown was expected to return to the lineup for tonight’s big matchup, but there was some concern after he did not practice on Friday. The dynamic rookie receiver has obvious big-play upside, but he’s difficult to trust in Week 9 fantasy lineups against New England’s elite defense.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle/thigh) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday night.

Brown was expected to return to the lineup coming off the bye, but a missed practice today with an issue that's now also being called a thigh in addition to the ankle puts his status in some doubt. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh did say that he expects the dynamic rookie receiver to play barring something unforeseen, though, and Baltimore might just be managing his practice reps. If you want to use Brown in your Week 9 fantasy lineup against the Patriots, just be sure to have a backup plan from the Sunday night or Monday night game.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is expected to return after Baltimore's bye week.

Brown has missed the last two games with an ankle injury, but he should be ready to go after the bye week gives him more time off. If the dynamic rookie receiver is available in your league, he's worth a look to add to your bench.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially inactive for the Ravens.

Brown did not practice all week leading up to today’s Week 7 matchup at Seattle, so things were trending in this direction. The Ravens have a bye next week, so there should be hope that the dynamic rookie receiver is ready to go off the bye when Baltimore faces New England in Week 9.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Week 7.

Brown did not practice at all this week, but the Ravens are still hoping the electric rookie receiver can give it a go this Sunday against the Seahawks. We don't expect "Hollywood" will play, but if you're planning to try to use him, be sure to have a backup plan from the later slate of games, as the Ravens kickoff at 4:25 PM ET.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) officially did not practice today.

Brown is looking doubtful for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, but we'll see how he's listed on the final Week 7 injury report when it's released sometime tomorrow.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) did not practice today.

Brown’s practice habits hadn’t really affected his game status until last week when he didn’t play after not practicing all week, but he’ll probably need at least a limited session over the next two days to have a shot at suiting up on Sunday. Baltimore’s first-round pick would be more of a volatile FLEX if he ends up playing.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially inactive against the Bengals.

Brown did not practice all week, so this is not a surprise despite him being deemed a game-time decision. The rookie receiver has battled a few injuries this year, but this is his first missed game. Consider Brown 50/50 to face the Seahawks in Week 7.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Week 6.

Brown is set to be a game-time decision on Sunday, but the good news is the Ravens face the Bengals at 1:00 PM ET, so his status will be known before all the games aside from the London Game (9:30 AM ET) have kicked off. However, Brown did not practice the last two days and might be on the worse side of questionable. The rookie receiver will have upside if active, but there’s a chance he’s limited at less than 100%.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) officially did not practice today.

This is a step in the wrong direction for Brown, who is looking iffy for Week 6 against the Bengals. Ideally, the rookie receiver will be able to get in a limited practice tomorrow. "Hollywood" Brown is trending towards a questionable tag and a potential gametime decision.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (ankle) officially did not practice today.

Brown was banged up during last Sunday's win over the Steelers, but Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that he thinks the rookie receiver will be OK. It's only Wednesday, and we'll track his status the next couple of days leading up to Baltimore's Week 6 game against Cincinnati.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown catches four passes in Week 4.

Brown gained 22 yards on his four receptions against the Browns, as Cleveland did a nice job against Baltimore's passing attack. The rookie receiver did have an opportunity at a touchdown on a crossing route in the end zone, but the pass was thrown a little low and he couldn't come up with it. After bursting onto the scene with lines of 4/147/2 and 8/86 to start his career, "Hollywood" has been held to six receptions for 71 yards in the past two weeks. Despite the fast start, Brown looks like he's settling in as more of a boom/bust FLEX option as a rookie.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown explodes in NFL debut.

Brown caught four passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns in Baltimore's 59-10 victory at Miami, and his first two receptions were long touchdowns—the first was a 47-yarder on a catch-and-run slant, and the second was on an 83-yard deep ball down the middle of the field. "Hollywood" Brown became the first player in NFL history with two 40+ yard touchdowns in his first game. While this came against a Dolphins team that couldn't have played much worse, it's good to see Brown's gamebreaking ability immediately shine after the Ravens took him in the first round of this year's draft. Brown gets a promising Week 2 matchup against the Cardinals next Sunday.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

Marquise Brown (foot) has passed his physical.

"Hollywood" has been recovering from a Lisfranc foot injury that ended his season at Oklahoma, but that didn't stop Baltimore from selecting him in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, and he will now get on the field to potentially establish himself as the team's top receiver. Unless quarterback Lamar Jackson makes some huge strides as a passer, Brown will probably be a full-blown boom-or-bust option in redraft leagues this season.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says Marquise Brown (foot) should be ready "in a few weeks."

Rapoport tweets that he's been told "Hollywood Brown is progressing well and should be back on the field in a few weeks." After the Ravens were hoping Brown would be good to go at the start of training camp, hearing a few weeks as a timetable for his summer debut is an obvious concern. A foot injury is already a concern for a guy that relies on track-star speed like Brown, and it's bad news that he apparently isn't progressing as well as everyone hoped. The more time Brown misses, the less likely it is that he's able to make a big fantasy impact as a rookie this season.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

The Ravens placed Marqise Brown (foot) on the reserve/non-football injury list.

Baltimore hoped their speedy first-round rookie receiver would be ready to go for the start of camp, but they'll have to wait. This isn't a good sign for "Hollywood" Brown, but he can be taken off the NFI list at any time. Hopefully he's ready to go within the first week of camp as he looks to get acclimated to his new offense—we'll keep you updated.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

The Ravens hope Marquise Brown (foot) will be ready for training camp.

Recovering from a broken foot suffered during his final season at Oklahoma, Brown still hasn't been cleared to run at full speed. But barring setbacks, the Ravens believe he'll be ready for the start of training camp. In what's expected to be a low-volume passing offense, more missed time this summer for Brown wouldn't be a good sign for his fantasy outlook as a rookie. He'll certainly have a role as a deep threat whenever he gets on the field, though.

Marquise Brown | Ravens WR

The Ravens have selected Marquise Brown with the No. 25 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

"Hollywood" can flat-out fly, and he's the first wide receiver off the board in this year's draft. Brown is basically unstoppable when he gets a step on the defense, making a bunch of plays on deep balls from Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray the last two seasons—but he also has great toughness for a receiver that excels primarily as a deep threat. Our full scouting report on Brown is located in the link below. Durability is the slight concern, as a Lisfranc injury forced Brown to miss the pre-draft process including the combine. He'll be an electric player whenever he's on the field, though, and a huge Year 1 impact as the potential No. 1 wide receiver for Lamar Jackson is certainly possible.

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