Marquise Brown visiting Dolphins

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Former Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise Brown got some good news about his foot during a medical checkup in Indianapolis early this week and he’ll be sharing that with an AFC East team.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Brown will be visiting the Dolphins. Brown grew up in nearby Hollywood, Florida, so the trip is a homecoming of sorts for the wideout.

Brown had surgery to repair a Lisfranc injury suffered late in the 2018 season and has been out of a walking boot for some time as he makes progress in his recovery.

We also learned this week that Brown is one of 23 players who have accepted invitations to attend the draft in Nashville, which suggests he expects to be picked sooner rather than later. Miami’s in a spot to make that happen at No. 13, although that position could change before they are actually on the clock later this month.

10 responses to “Marquise Brown visiting Dolphins

  1. There is absolutely no way Miami is taking a WR at 13. None. Zero. Zilch. The only way this is happening is if Miami trades way down in the first round and even then it is highly doubtful.

  2. “Miami’s in a spot to make that happen at No. 13″
    — He’s 5’9” and injured/injury-prone. As a #2 WR, like Albert Wilson, he is not a first rounder. Maybe a fourth rounder.

  3. Short and slow (nobody knows his 40 time because he’s injured). Maybe a take a flyer in the 5-6 round range. I’d take a Lil’ Jordan Humphrey before Hollywood! He may not be a burner but he’s a big, strong position receiver.

  4. Because Brown is from Florida i don’t think this “counts” as a visit for Miami per nfl rules for pre draft visits. This meeting really doesn’t mean much. Just an opportunity for Miami to throw people off their trail.

  5. Imagine if some day an athlete shows up on draft day with crutches expecting to be drafted in the 1st round.

  6. This is Antonio Brown’s Lil cousin. We all know how crazy AB is. Yet another crazy Brown receiver is headed for the NFL. Hope he doesn’t end up a big diva like big Cuz.
    Where ever he ends up i would be really shocked with all you guys if that place is in Miami

  7. When I was watching Murrays highlights I was like – wow Murray is good but holy crap this Hollywood Brown is wide open every bloody time! How special would Murray be right now with a crappy w/o?

  8. ^to add to the above comment. The last time Miami drafted a WR in the first round it was Devante Parker who is always injured. Then before that was Ted Ginn Jr who was not worth the first rounder. And before that I think it was Yatil Green. We have no luck with wideouts in the first round.

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