Ravens rookie Marquise Brown has been cleared for individual drills
The Baltimore Ravens have gone through some major changes this offseason, especially on the offensive side of the football. Lamar Jackson is the new quarterback of the future for the Ravens and they moved on from wide receivers Michael Crabtree and John Brown as well. Baltimore replaced them with two rookie receivers.
Marquise Brown was the big addition for the Ravens’ offense. He is one of the most dynamic receivers that has come into the NFL in recent years and will have a massive immediate impact for the Ravens.
There has been some concern about a foot injury that he has been dealing with. Thankfully, the Ravens and Brown have received some great news about his injury. He is ready to get back on the field and put in some work.
According to a report from Jamison Hensley of ESPN, the Ravens’ rookie wide receiver has been cleared to participate in individual drills.
Ravens first-round pick Marquise Brown won't fully participate until training camp because he's recovering from foot surgery. But he did jump into his first drill Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/YPaQplFfvR
— Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) June 12, 2019
It will be interesting to see what kind of rookie year Brown is able to have. Baltimore is hoping to pass the ball a lot more and cut down on Jackson’s rushing attempts. In order to do that, they will need the receivers to step up and Jackson’s arm to take a big leap forward.
Brown is ready to get to work and he has a great outlook and work ethic. Baltimore may have been very concerned about his foot injury, but everyone can breathe easier following this report.
Expect to see Brown attack this opportunity with everything he has. He has been waiting eagerly to get back on the field and he is now capable of doing just that.