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Cardinals rookie receiver John Brown developing quickly

TEMPE, Ariz. -- With starting quarterback Carson Palmer still out with a shoulder problem, the Arizona Cardinals are relying on surprising players beyond backup Drew Stanton to seal wins. Rookie wide receiver John Brown is turning heads three games into his NFL career. The 5-foot-11, 179-pound receiver already has three touchdowns for the team, two of which have been for go-ahead scores. Brown was a third-round draft pick of NCAA Division II Pittsburg State, a Kansas school with an enrollment of just over 7,400. But coach Bruce Arians said Brown isn't a typical rookie. "He's very mature, very mature, and he came in with a quick understanding of what we were trying to get done," he said...

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