Cardinals WR Marquise Brown (foot) is expected to be activated from IR and play vs. the Chargers on Sunday, HC Kliff Kingsbury said. Brown has been practicing for a couple of weeks now after going down back in Week 6. He carries elevated risk in his 1st game back but certainly has enough upside to make sense in plenty of fantasy lineups. Brown averaged 10.7 targets, 7.2 catches, 81 yards and .5 TDs over the first 6 games of the season -- although none of those came with WR DeAndre Hopkins.
Cardinals WR Marquise Brown caught 6 passes for 61 yards in Sunday's loss at Atlanta. His 9 targets trailed TE Trey McBride and WR Greg Dortch (10 apiece), with David Blough serving as the 4th different starting QB this season. Brown gets a San Francisco matchup in Week 18 that has dominated opponent rushing. That could make Brown a decent WR3 for PPR, especially if WR DeAndre Hopkins (knee) remains out. We'll see whether QB Colt McCoy makes it back from the concussion that cost him the past 2 games.
Cardinals WR Marquise Brown played a season-low 66% of the offensive snaps in Sunday night's loss to the Bucs. We figured that was due to the groin injury that had him questionable coming in. But Brown said that he was being disciplined by HC Kliff Kingsbury after showing up late to a team meeting. We're expecting Brown to get back to full playing time in Week 17 but will keep an eye on the situation.
Cardinals WR Marquise Brown (groin) is active for tonight's game against the Buccaneers. We'd still bet on some elevated risk after the groin issue limited his Thursday and Friday practices. The bigger limitation might be 3rd-string QB Trace McSorley, who has completed just 46.2% of his 39 career passes in the NFL. Try to not use Brown in fantasy football lineups if you can help it. He sits relatively low in our Week 16 WR rankings.
Cardinals WR Marquise Brown (groin) logged back-to-back days of limited practice and is officially questionable for Week 16 vs. the Buccaneers. The affectionately nicknamed 'Hollywood' was a fantasy stud to open the season before succumbing to injury. In the time since he's been less-than-stellar. To add insult to injury, third-string QB Trace McSorley will be under center as the Cardinals QB in Week 16. The downgrade at QB makes Brown a risky WR4 option for fantasy lineups this week.
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