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"So Antonio Brown Jersey , get this. Remember last month when the Chiefs sent pass rusher Dee Ford to the 49ers for a second round pick? Well, now the Chiefs are looking to trade their first round pick this year and their second round pick next year to Seattle for pass rusher Frank Clark. No, seriously, that’s what is being reported right now.I mean, why trade Dee Ford at all if you are just going to then trade a bunch of picks to get Frank Clark? Do they really think Clark is that much better than Ford? Both players were slapped with the franchise tag and they are giving Clark a huge payday as well.Both players had 13.0 sacks last season and are one sack apart over their past two full seasons. Clark is three years younger (25) than Ford (28), so there’s that.It just seems like an odd series of events, but, hey, if that’s what the Chiefs want to do, more power to them. Raiders fans can laugh at them for it, but having to deal with Frank Clark twice a season is no laughing matter.Follow @LeviDamien Breaking down former Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise Brown and how he would fit with the Raiders"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Raiders StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Raiders NewsYahoo Raiders Team PageYahoo Raiders ReportYahoo Raiders Depth ChartYahoo Raiders TransactionsYahoo Raiders PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昇FL Draft 2019 scouting report: Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown won’t miss any time after Lisfranc surgeryNew,57commentsBreaking down former Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise Brown and how he would fit with the RaidersPDTShareTweetShareShareNFL Draft 2019 scouting report: Marquise ‘Hollywood’ Brown won’t miss any time after Lisfranc surgeryKevin Jairaj-USA TODAY SportsEntering the 2019 offseason with a desperate need at wide receiver, the Raiders sent a third and fifth round pick to the Steelers for Antonio Brown. But might the Silver & Black consider drafting his younger cousin Marquise “Hollywood” Brown as well? The Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist from Oklahoma is one of the most dangerous receivers in the 2019 NFL Draft and would immediately upgrade Jon Gruden’s offense giving him yet another toy to play with. Once considered a top-20 talent, Brown’s stock took a hit after he underwent Lisfranc surgery in February. However, recent reports say he is not expected to miss any of the offseason practices or training camp which could allow his draft stock to recover and makes him an intriguing option for the Raiders with one of their top four picks.Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma Measurables5’9”, 166 lbsStats2018: 75 Receptions, 1,318 Yards (17.6 Yards per Reception) Amari Cooper Jersey , 10 Touchdowns2017: 57 Receptions, 1,095 Yards (19.2 Yards per Reception), 7 TouchdownsAwards2018 Second-Team All-American2018 First-Team All-Big 122018 Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist 2017 All-Big 12 Honorable MentionStrengthsMarquise Brown is from Hollywood... Florida. He earned his nickname “Hollywood” due to his home-run ability and knack for highlight plays. In his two seasons as a starter at Oklahoma, Brown played at a different speed than his peers and he uses that speed and quickness to stretch opposing defenses. He is extremely quick in and out of his breaks which helps him to create separation from defensive backs. Among all FBS receivers, Brown ranked fourth in yards per route run and was fifth in deep passing yards according to Pro Football Focus. His impact in Oklahoma’s offense was similar to the one that Tyreek Hill has on the Chiefs. WeaknessesAt just 5’9” and 166 lbs, “Hollywood” has a small frame that could lead to durability issues in the NFL. Due to his size, he had trouble winning 50/50 balls and also struggled to make contested catches. Brown suffered a Lisfranc injury in February which could cause an otherwise first round talent to fall out of the first round. VerdictBecause of his size, NFL teams may be hesitant to view Brown as a number one receiver, but that would be a mistake as Tyreek Hill, DeSean Jackson, and Santonio Holmes are all players in a similar mold that excelled because of their speed and explosiveness. Brown will never fit the mold of a strong receiver that will win contested catches, but he doesn’t have to because of the separation he creates. His quickness and route running savvy often leave him so open, that his size becomes a non-issue. As his name suggests, “Hollywood” is a big time threat to score every play and is arguably the best wide receiver in the 2019 NFL Draft.Pro ComparisonTyreek HillFit with RaidersWith Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams projected to lineup on the outside, Marquise Brown would work out of the slot where he would add a different dimension to the Raiders offense. He would give the Silver & Black one of the best receiving trios in the NFL, and defenses would be forced to pick their poison between three extremely explosive receivers. While Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden could focus on improving the defense in the first round, it would be awfully tempting to draft get this kind of wide receiver talent at the top of the second round when the Raiders select at 35 overall.
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