Arizona Cardinals receiver Marquis Brown caught 126 MPH

Marquis Brown #5 of the Baltimore Ravens warms up before their pre-season game against the Washington FL at FedExField on August 28, 2021 in Landover, Maryland. Brown, now with the Arizona Cardinals, was arrested yesterday for “criminal speed” in Arizona.

When you buy a luxury car, you put the highest grade of gas in the tank because premium car engines are as good as the fuel you burn. Burning an 87 octane in a supercar you just paid so much money for is a colossal waste of money and fuel.

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Specifically, it’s a story about one NFL team – the Arizona Cardinals – who raised $230.5 million for the quarterback, Keeler Murray, hoping to lead them all the way to the Super Bowl. But Murray’s best weapon—his high-octane fuel, is out of reach Deandre Hopkins – suspended in first six games next season. So this season the Cardinals chose the Cardinal to fill their attack with a slightly less explosive option by signing former Baltimore Ravens future Marquis Brown. They believed Brown would at least keep the car running smoothly as Murray’s first choice in Hopkins’ absence, and when the latter returned, the team could put the pedal to the floor.

The problem is with Brown, referring to footballer-turned-rapper Antonio Brown – taking that analogy literally, as he was arrested for criminal speeding on Wednesday after he was Recorded a performance of 126 mph On a highway near Phoenix. For clarity, our sister site Deadspin ReportThat in Arizona, you should do at least 85 to put on bracelets rather than just get a ticket in Arizona, and Marquis Brown has clocked a full 41 miles on top of that. Criminal speed in the state comes with a 30-day hoosegow limit and a $500 fine.

Marquis Brown’s arrest could theoretically leave the Cardinal’s offense running on a regular basis to start the season, if the NFL decides to impose its own discipline on Brown, which you should know by now does not require the player to face a criminal charge, less than convinced. The league’s personal conduct policy allows for suspension from play if it engages in “behaviour that constitutes a real risk to the safety and welfare of another person”. If he is suspended, it will likely be for a short while since Marquis Brown, unlike his famous cousin, has never had a smoke with the league’s disciplinary apparatus in his career.

Antonio Brown hasn’t played an NFL game since he took his shirt off and walked off the field in the penultimate regular season game of the 2021 season on January 2. Bay Buccaneers recipient last seen doing Whatever this is On stage at Rollin Loud Music Festival, fined $426 Driving a Porsche at more than 100 miles per hour in the 45 mph region north of Pittsburgh in 2019.

Soft hands and leaden feet should primarily run in the family.