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|Baltimore replaced a John Brown with a Marquise Brown, but other than changing the nameplate in the locker, it's going to be hard to tell them apart. Slightly built, but with speed to burn, Marquise Brown was the lightning bolt on the other side of numerous big plays for the Oklahoma Sooners the last few seasons. "Hollywood" gives the Ravens a lid-lifting deep threat that pairs well with Lamar Jackson's cannon of an arm. Defenses who risk stacking the box with too many guys will be susceptible to Brown's explosive potential. While Marquise is a fantastic schematic and strategic fit for this offense, let's tempter our fantasy expectations. This is still a run first (and second) team, and it remains to be seen if Brown can return to form after missing much of the offseason recovering from a foot injury. This is the player, who during Week 9 your opponent will be forced to start, and after doing virtually nothing before or after, will have 3 catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns and directly be responsible for your crushing defeat.
| Marquise Brown has screw removed from foot|
May limit him in the offseason program
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Feb 25, 9:00 am
|#Ravens WR Marquise "Hollywood" Brown had offseason surgery to remove the screw from his foot that plagued him last season, sources say. While it may limit him in the offseason program, he’ll be fine by camp. The move eliminates any complications moving forward for Brown’s foot. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Marquise Brown played most of 2019 bothered by his ankle/foot issue. Hopefully having the screw removed will start him out healthy for the upcoming season. Brown was a boom or bust fantasy asset in his rookie year and will likely be cast in a similar role in 2020.