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Sooners in the NFL: Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews' Ravens come up short in loss to Raiders

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Marquise Brown

Junior wide receiver Marquise Brown walks off the field after the Orange Bowl against Alabama Dec. 29.

Former OU receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown, tight end Mark Andrews and the Baltimore Ravens fell to the Las Vegas Raiders 33-27 in overtime on Monday night.

Brown had a strong performance despite the loss. Entering his third year with Baltimore, Brown had six receptions for 69 yards and a touchdown plus five yards on one carry. Brown’s touchdown came in the second quarter with nine minutes and four seconds left, and was the first connection of the 2021 season between him and quarterback Lamar Jackson.

In his fourth year with the Ravens, Andrews had a rough game, with only three receptions for 20 yards in Monday’s matchup. He also had a crucial dropped pass late in the game.

Brown, Andrews and the Ravens (0-1) now turn to face Kansas City (1-0) in Baltimore on Sunday, Sept. 19 at 6:20 p.m. CT.

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