The Marquise “Hollywood” Brown era in Baltimore has officially begun.
The rookie wide receiver took his first NFL touch 47-yards to the house in front of his hometown crowd.
He wasted no time getting his second NFL touchdown, an 83-yard TD pass from Lamar Jackson.
That pass ties for the 5th-longest pass play in team history, and is also the longest reception ever by a Ravens rookie.
Want more? Brown now becomes the third player in NFL history whose first two career catches were for touchdowns.
If that wasn’t enough for the rookie to add to his NFL debut, the former Oklahoma Sooner has now caught a TD pass from each of the last three Heisman winners: Kyler Murray and Baker Mayfield at Oklahoma and now Lamar Jackson in Baltimore.
For all you fantasy owners out there, hope you didn’t leave this guy on your bench for Week 1.
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