Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury wasn’t happy that Cardinals’ wide receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown spent a day in jail earlier this week. Sharing with the media that Brown has “got to be better than that,” according to TMZ.
Per TMZ, Brown was arrested around 7:05 Am in north Phoenix after officers said he was speeding. Jail records show he was charged with exceeding 85 mph in a 65 mph zone — and according to several media outlets, the police said he was traveling at 126 mph.
“Obviously, he knows he’s got to be better than that,” the Arizona head coach said, “and he will be moving forward.”
The third-year head coach added Brown has “never” given him or the team “any issues” before his arrest on Wednesday [August 3, 2022].
Cardinals recently activated Brown off the non-football injury [NFI] list
Earlier this week, according to ESPN, Marquise “Hollywood” Brown started his return on Tuesday from a hamstring injury, which put him on the list of active/non-active injuries to start training camp
Per ESPN, when the Cardinals announced that Brown had been activated out of the NFI list, he took part in a pre-practice visit. He walked off the field with a coach as the team began to stretch to start practice, but that was not a concern.
“We’re just easing him back in,” Kingsbury said.
“The first step in Browns’ return is participating in walk-throughs, Kingsbury said. He hopes Brown can participate in individual drills by the end of the week and be full go by Monday “if everything stays on course.”
“That’s our timetable,” Kingsbury said. “We want him to get the walk-throughs, get those mental reps, so he feels comfortable when he’s out there.”
Cardinals struck a deal with the Ravens to Bring Brown to the desert
At the end of April of 2022, the Baltimore Ravens traded Marquise “Hollywood” Brown to the Arizona Cardinals for the 23rd pick of the 2022 NFL Draft. Baltimore also sent the 100th selection in the third round to the Cardinals as a part of the trade, according to Baltimore Ravens.com.
Cardinals have been trying to get his hands on Brown since the 2019 draft when he attempted in the first round to pair him with quarterback Kyler Murray, who was selected with the number one pick.
“This trade to me would’ve been done regardless,” Keim said after the deal. “It wasn’t a knee-jerk reaction. I wanted this player.”
“(Brown) makes sense for a number of reasons,” Keim said. “Two years of controlled costs, a dynamic receiver who has played inside and outside, obviously the chemistry with our quarterback, and is a vertical threat.”
The Cardinals needed a deep threat with DeAndre Hopkins missing the first six games of the season due to a failed PEDs test.
“I’ve never taken any of that kind of stuff,” the All-Pro wide receiver said at training camp, via Arizona Sports. “If you know about what it is, it can be in shampoo, and it can be in a lot of different things. Obviously, the NFL is very black and white, so of course, I wish the rule wasn’t so black and white. It is what it is. “It’s hard to know when something gets contaminated at a trace amount when you’re not working at the manufacturing company.”
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