The Pittsburgh State product has backed up his teammates' admiration by emerging as one of the top wide receivers in the NFL.
It's now known that Brown belongs with the best and could be a future Pro Bowl wideout. However, the praises keep pouring in.
It's hard to argue with Palmer when cornerbacks get burned every week trying to keep up with Brown. Many times defenders are forced to hold Brown just to keep him from scoring on a deep bomb from Palmer.
Palmer threw more compliments at Brown, who has recorded 33 catches for 497 yards and two touchdowns this year.
"He's, surprisingly, a great 50-50 ball guy and we all know that," Palmer said. "We've seen him do it all training camp long. He runs very decisive routes. He catches the ball well. I've said it -- I think he's the fastest player in the league. He's just a very well-rounded player and I expect to see him continue to grow more and more."
"Smoke had 200 (yards) just because they couldn't cover him," said Bruce Arians when asked if Palmer is forcing the ball to Brown. "But no, (Palmer) has thrown it to Michael (Floyd) on third down. We spread it around as much as any team in the league, so no."