Things were fairly bad for the Arizona Cardinals offense on Sunday Night Football and according to reports, they are even worse for Jaron Brown.
The young wide receiver, who has continued to make strides in his play this season, has suffered an ACL tear according to multiple reports.
#AZCardinals WR Jaron Brown suffered a torn ACL, based on initial tests, in Sunday’s tie, source said. If tests confirm his season is over— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 24, 2016
It is just another setback in what has been a tough year for the Arizona Cardinals offense, that has struggled to find their legs this year after a record setting 2015.
Brown has 11 receptions for 187 yards and one touchdown, giving him 17 yards per reception on average.
He has been an integral cog in a sputtering Arizona Cardinals passing attack, but it looks like the Cardinals will have to find a new weapon.
Brown's continued progression had some wondering if he would be able to replace Michael Floyd in 2017 and beyond, now he will have to battle back from an injury.
Good luck to Brown moving forward, hoping for a speedy recovery and his return to the field for the Arizona Cardinals in 2017.