Update: Cardinals' Marquise Brown (foot) avoids season-ending injury

MRI testing revealed that Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Marquise Brown avoided suffering a season-ending foot injury in the team's Week 6 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Ian Rapoport reports.

What It Means:

Brown was initially believed to have suffered a season-ending injury, but Rapoport reported that MRI testing revealed that the talented young receiver appears to have avoided that kind of injury. Rapoport added that Brown will receive a second opinion on his injured foot from Dr. Robert Anderson, and is now expected to miss about six weeks. He is still likely headed for the Injured Reserve.

Brown will still miss a chunk of time this season with his injury, but will be worth hanging onto in season-long leagues where possible (particularly in those that have IR spots). The former first-round pick has averaged 7.2 catches and 80.8 yards per game so far this season, and has accounted for 50% of the team's total receiving touchdowns through the first six weeks of the season.