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By BOB BAUM
AP Sports Writer
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - John Brown's long, difficult journey to the NFL makes his the most intriguing story of the Arizona Cardinals' training camp. The fact that he is very, very good makes it even better.
No one has made a bigger splash in the Glendale workouts than the small, speedy wide receiver from Pittsburg State, an NCAA Division II school in Kansas.
And no one thinks he is just a training camp wonder who will fade when the real season starts. Watch the practices, and there is no doubt this guy has the skills that coach Bruce Arians loves.
In his NFL debut last Saturday night, Brown caught five passes for 87 yards in Arizona's 32-0 rout of Houston.
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