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first_imgErrorOK ErrorOK 0 Comments   Share   “In the offseason I’m just going to try to keep my bodylight like I’m supposed to and come back ready to build onwhat I’ve started,” Browner said. “I’ve got a Pro Bowlalternate under by belt so I want to make some noise nextyear.”Finishing this season with a strong performance against anelite receiver like Fitzgerald would give him a headstart. “I think Larry Fitzgerald’s greatest attribute is the wayhe goes and attacks the ball,” Browner said. “I don’tthink he’ll show us any routes we haven’t seen, but whenthe ball is in the air he’s a great competitor. I haven’tseen too many guys do it like he do it when the ball’s inthe air.”Browner would know. He saw it first hand earlier thisseason.In the first half of the teams’ Week 3 meeting atCenturyLink Field, the 6-foot-4 Browner and safety EarlThomas were outjumped by Fitzgerald on a pass in the endzone from Kevin Kolb.“He may be the best at doing that,” Browner said ofFitzgerald, who finished the game with five catches for 64yards and the touchdown.The matchup between Browner and Fitzgerald figures to beone of the more intriguing ones in Sunday’s regular-seasonfinale. Fitzgerald, who’s 6-foot-3, 218 pounds and doesn’tposses elite speed by NFL standards, is the type ofbigger-bodied receiver that Browner is best suited tocover.Furthermore, it will be a measuring stick of sorts.Browner’s first NFL season has been a success — he hassix interceptions and was voted a first alternate to thePro Bowl — but, as he admits, his game still has room forimprovement. Specifically, Browner said he has to betterunderstand the threshold of allowable contact withreceivers. He leads the league in penalties, most of themcoming in pass coverage. Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Brady Henderson is the editor at, thewebsite of ESPN Radio 710, our sister station in Seattle. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The Seahawks’ and Cardinals’ elimination from playoffcontention has raised questions about each team’smotivation heading into their Week 17 matchup.Larry Fitzgerald and the Cardinals aren’t likely to findany in the form of trash talk from Brandon Browner.The Seahawks cornerback was a guest on “Seahawks Weekly”Wednesday and talked about the challenge of facing theCardinals’ Pro Bowl receiver. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img

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