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2021 Receiving

STATS REC YDS AVG TD LNG
Regular Season 2 23 11.5 0 20

Top Amon-Ra St. Brown News

  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Catches two passes

    St. Brown caught two of four targets for 23 yards during Sunday's 41-33 loss to the 49ers.

    The final numbers for St. Brown weren't great, but they would have been better if Jared Goff didn't miss the rookie while he was streaking down the sideline for a would-be touchdown in the first quarter. However, St. Brown at least finished second in offensive snaps (59) behind Kalif Raymond (69) after Tyrell Williams (undisclosed) was knocked out of the game in the third quarter. If Williams is forced to miss time, St. Brown again could handle a large majority of the offensive snaps when Detroit travels to Green Bay in Week 2.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Less competition for targets

    St. Brown could see a large number of targets this season after Detroit released Breshad Perriman on Monday, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports.

    St. Brown already was in line to have a decent role in the offense with Perriman on board, but there's more upside for the rookie without the previously presumed starting outside receiver in town. While St. Brown seems to be behind Kalif Raymond and possibly Quintez Cephus in the rotation to start the year, the Lions' receiving corps remains as one of the most underwhelming league-wide. St. Brown should have plenty of opportunities to solidify a spot under No. 1 option Tyrell Williams as the season unfolds.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Little impact against Colts

    St. Brown caught two of three targets for four yards in Friday's preseason loss to the Colts.

    The Lions' depth chart at wide receiver remains wide open, but St. Brown has done little to climb it during game action, catching exactly two passes in all three preseason contests for only 28 total yards. The fact that he was a fourth-round pick in the 2021 draft should assure him of a spot on the 53-man roster and maybe even steady target volume, but fantasy value could be elusive.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Underwhelming against Steelers

    St. Brown caught two of five targets for 12 yards during Saturday's 26-20 preseason loss to the Steelers.

    After having an impressive offseason, training camp and preseason opener, St. Brown's performance Saturday was somewhat underwhelming. While many of the team's first-half offensive struggles can probably be blamed on QB Tim Boyle, it was St. Brown's fault on at least one incompletion, and it's possible multiple drops could be attributed to the USC product. However, St. Brown was targeted five times on his 11 offensive snaps, and that was with projected starter Breshad Perriman also on the field. Even if St. Brown loses some snaps to Kalif Raymond and/or Quintez Cephus to some extent early on during the regular season, the rookie seems primed to have a significant offensive role for the Lions from the jump.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Building rapport with Goff

    St. Brown caught both of his targets for 12 yards in Friday's 16-15 preseason loss to the Bills.

    Detroit doesn't have much in terms of established weapons at wide receiver and is also dealing with injuries at the position, which has opened the door for St. Brown to build some nice early chemistry with quarterback Jared Goff. In addition to his two catches that counted, St. Brown also had a 13-yard catch-and-run erased by a penalty. The rookie made a nice first impression here and will look to build on this effort in Week 2 of the preseason against the Steelers.

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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Impressing in training camp

    St. Brown has been Detroit's most consistent receiver thus far in training camp, Nick Baumgardner and Chris Burke of The Athletic reports.

    With Tyrell Williams, Breshad Perriman (hip) and Quintez Cephus (head) all having missed time due to injury, St. Brown has logged plenty of reps with the first-team offense. While Williams is still expected to open the regular season as the No. 1 option at wideout, there probably isn't a wide receiver corps in the league that is less settled than Detroit's. At the very least, St. Brown seems to have an inside track to regular snaps in three-wide formations, and it may not be that big of a surprise if the rookie can edge out Perriman and Cephus for work in two-receiver sets as well.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 197 lbs
Birthplace: Anaheim Hills, CA
Age: 21