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Cardinals WR John Brown trying to add weight during the offseason

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Josh Brown had a great rookie year finishing with five touchdowns, 696 yards receiving and playing in all 16 games.  However, a lot of that production came earlier in the season and the numbers started to dwindle towards the end of the year. Some of that had to do with the Cardinals quarterback play after Carson Palmer went down with an injury, but...
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April 24, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: John Brown had a breakout rookie season for the Arizona Cardinals

Somewhere in the middle of all that insanity about Odell Beckham Jr. and the wide receiver class of 2014 the average NFL fan missed how great John Brown was for the Arizona Cardinals. Since today is Brown’s birthday it’s a good time to go back and look at the tape… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: Ten NFL head coaches already on the hot seat Bold Predictions: Five things that...
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April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

The Story Behind John Brown’s TD Dance

We’ve all seen the amazing dance that Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver John Brown did following the go-ahead touchdown against the St. Louis Rams. Now, we have the story from Brown on what that dance is all about. Kyle Odegard of the team’s official website caught up with the Dancing King himself to find out more. Brown’s end zone dance quickly goes viral: “This was...
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November 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: John Brown turning heads at camp

Every August fans watch preseason games and overanalyze every detail of every game. They see the third string quarterback lead a scoring drive and fans discuss his possible future as a starting quarterback. As fans we are all looking to play scout and find the next breakout talent. The problem with overanalyzing preseason games is the level of competition is unclear. Often times...
August 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Cardinals GM Compares John Brown To Anquan Boldin

There’s been relentless positive buzz about rookie receiver John Brown ever since the Arizona Cardinals selected the projected sixth to seventh round Pittsburgh State product in the third round (No. 91 overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft. Now Cardinals general manager Steve Keim is comparing his rookie progress to Anquan Boldin’s. Photo Credit: “I haven’t seen...
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August 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals Training Camp Notes Day 3: John Brown is fast

Arizona drafted John Brown in the third round of the NFL Draft and the name left many people wondering who he was. He appears to have made a name for himself with his speed just a few days into camp. Brown kept finding ways to get open and hauled in an 80-yard touchdown pass from Drew Stanton. Brown was able to break behind Tony Jefferson, the defensive back trying to stop him, and...
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July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals: Why to watch John Brown

Of all the Arizona Cardinals rookies, none have made more of a stir than third round selection John Brown. As a relatively high draft selection, maybe it’s not as much of a surprise that he’s clicking as quick as he is. But in terms of name recognition, Brown is very much an unknown commodity. I couldn’t even tell you where Pittsburg State was until the Cardinals drafted him...
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Mid-Week Report Card: John Brown

Another one of our new features is the mid-week report card. Each Wednesday, we’re going to give a grade to something in the world of the Arizona Cardinals. If you missed it, Arizona third-round draft pick John Brown has an amazing story behind him. As seen on the Cardinals official site, Brown’s half-brother, James Walker, was shot in altercation in 2010 but survived nine more...
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May 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Brown takes life's lessons in full stride

TEMPE, Ariz. -- John Brown knows all the reasons he wasn’t supposed to make it this far. He's heard them recited throughout his life. He was too slow as a kid. He was too poor to ever escape his circumstances. He was too lackadaisical in his studies. He was too small to entice pro scouts. "They told me I wasn't going to be able to play varsity," said Brown at an introductory...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals select John Brown in Round 3

The Arizona Cardinals used their second pick of the third round to take John Brown, a wide receiver from Pittsburg State University in Kansas. Brown is a smaller wide receiver at 5’10″ and 179 pounds but he has speed in the form of a 4.34-second 40-yard dash time. Brown’s biggest asset is his speed which could see him as a potential slot receiver or return man. He was the leading...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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