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Marquise 'Hollywood' Brown Celebrates New Deal with KC Chiefs on Twitch Stream

New Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown went live on Twitch to celebrate his new deal with the two-time defending champions.

The Kansas City Chiefs made a splash signing on Thursday night, signing free agent wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown to a one-year contract, reportedly worth $7 million and up to $11 million for the 2024 season.

After the deal was reported and reactions came in from around the league, Brown went live on his Twitch channel to celebrate his new deal. Brown sang along with music throughout his stream, but he highlighted his stream with a trio of songs that should be familiar to Chiefs fans: Tech N9ne's "Red Kingdom," "Swag Surfin'" by Fast Life Yungstaz, and "Blank Space" by Taylor Swift.

In the midst of the celebration, Brown stopped to thank his new viewers, the Chiefs organization, and head coach Andy Reid for his role in bringing him to Kansas City.

"Appreciate everybody for showing me love," Brown said. "You know, I could just thank a list of people, man. I appreciate everybody. Appreciate the Chiefs. Appreciate Coach Reid giving me the opportunity. Everybody over there. ... Hey, let's get it though, let's get to work, get back to work, get back to the grind."

His chat began to reference Reid's phrase he had texted to linebacker Drue Tranquill during the 2023 offseason, but Brown corrected them with the new version Reid sent Brown this year.

"They say, 'See red and think Super Bowls,'" Brown said. "He texted me, 'See red and think diamonds.' Rings, diamonds, it's all the same!"

"I'm ready to work, though," Brown said during the stream. "I'm ready to work. Ready to meet my teammates, meet the coaches, get ready to work. Earn my stripes, earn trust within the team and the organization, and let's go to work, man. Let's go to work."

Brown also made a bit of news about what he'll be wearing when he arrives in Kansas City. Brown wore No. 15 for his first two years in Baltimore before switching to No. 5 in 2021 and No. 2 for his two seasons in Arizona. On Thursday night, Brown celebrated his return to his collegiate number (which also happens to be Patrick Mahomes's college number), No. 5.

"I'm finna get back in that five, chat," Brown said, holding up his No. 5 Oklahoma Sooners jersey. "Hey chat, I'm too lit right now!"