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Cardinals’ Kliff Kingsbury would ‘love’ to get deal done with Marquise Brown, views him as ‘long-term answer’

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Arizona Cardinals sent their first-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft went to the Baltimore Ravens for #1 wide receiver Marquis Brown and a third-round pick. It’s surprising that Brown will break out of the attack and have the opportunity to have a major impact on another system, but also exciting because he’s reunited with quarterback Kyler Murray, who won the Heisman Trophy during his time with Brown in Oklahoma. .

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Murray’s impending extension has been Arizona preseason history, but Brown should be signing soon too. The former 25th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft has two years left on his contract, but Cardinals head coach Cliff Kingsbury says he’s “gladly” renewing his contract and that the franchise views Hollywood as long term. -Term piece in the offense.

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“Yes, we would like to do it.” – Kingsbury. told USA TODAY Sports. “Hollywood is the guy we see as the long-term answer.”

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The wide receiver market exploded this offseason. According to Spotrac Calculated Market Value Prediction ToolBrown was projected to sign a four-year, $68,459,400 contract that would bring AAV to $17.1 million. This AAV will make him the 17th highest paid wide receiver in the NFL.

Brown will have an immediate opportunity to play the No. 1 role in 2022 as DeAndre Hopkins will be suspended for the first six regular season games due to a PED suspension. Kingsbury said he already likes what he saw from his new weapon.

“He works very hard. I know his name is Hollywood, so you might think he will be intimidating, but he works very hard. He is a great practice player. Everything you ask him to do, he does at full speed,” Kingsbury said. “He’s fast moving, he’s dynamic, he can really run, and for a little guy, he can really track the ball around the field well and make plays.”

Brown ends a career in which he caught 91 passes for 1,008 yards and six touchdowns. While it shone as an effective melee weapon, it also struggled with falls at times. However, Hollywood has just turned 25 and its best football is yet to come. Kingsbury clearly sees him and Murray as an up-and-coming dynamic duo that could be the face of the franchise for years to come.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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