Marquise Brown put the entire NFL on notice with his incredible performance in Week 1. The first-round pick from Oklahoma had the rest of the league buzzing over his debut with Baltimore.
In his first game as a member of the Ravens, Brown had four receptions for 147 yards and two touchdowns. Miami’s secondary had no answer for the speedy wide receiver.
Brown’s playmaking ability opened up the offense in ways the Ravens weren’t able to last year. He should form a dynamic duo with Lamar Jackson for years to come.
While the Ravens cannot wait to see what’s in store for Brown’s second career game, the former Sooner might have to wait another week due to a hip injury.
Baltimore released its injury report for this weekend’s game against Arizona. Brown is listed as questionable, but ESPN reporter Jamison Hensley believes he will be active on Sunday.
Here’s the full status report from the Ravens:
Friday's Injury Report: pic.twitter.com/vavn87j6za
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Mark Andrews is another key component of the Ravens offense. His presence in the red zone has made him one of the go-to targets for Jackson.
In the event the Ravens have Brown and Andrews on the field this Sunday, they could find themselves in for another high-scoring game.
Brown will get the chance to reunite with his former college quarterback, Kyler Murray, who also had a nice debut during the first week of the season.