During his rookie campaign, Marquise Brown caught 46 passes for 584 yards and seven touchdowns. Considering his quarterback threw for 3,127 yards, Brown’s yardage total could be seen as a disappointment. But the speedy playmaker started the year battling foot and ankle injuries that are now reportedly fully healed. Brown says those injuries prevented him from playing at 100% and put a cap on his speed. Heading into 2020, the Ravens second-year wide receiver has a clean bill of health after getting a screw removed from his foot in February. Sports Illustrated’s fantasy football analyst Corey Parson labels Brown as his breakout candidate for the upcoming season. Parson discussed Brown’s potential in 2020 with RavenCountry editor Todd Karpovich and highlighted his projections for the season.
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