Marquise Brown, WR (ARI)

Gets arrested Wednesday

Brown (hamstring) was arrested Wednesday in Phoenix on criminal speeding charges, Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic reports.

Brown has been slowed by a hamstring issue during the first week-plus of training camp, kicking it off on the active/non-football injury list before returning to drills Tuesday. At that time, head coach Kliff Kingsbury noted that Brown was being "eased" back in, but he was expected to be a full participant by early next week. Per Arizona Sports 98.7 FM, Brown wasn't present to the portion of Wednesday's practice open to the media, and the reason for his absence has now been revealed. When he's back on the field at 100 percent is still in question, but a legal matter now is plaguing him as well.

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Marquise Brown

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