Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
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@ 15 21
vs 14 21
vs 28 24
vs 23 22
@ 20 22
@ 7 19
vs 29 25
vs 22 22
vs 6 19
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@ 8 19
vs 15 21
@ 19 22
vs 24 23
@ 30 25
vs 7 19
@ 23 22

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2022
2021 0.00 0.00
2020 33 458 13.88 3 0.00 637
3y Avg. 35 506 14.46 3 2 2.00 687.6
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Fantasy News

  • John Brown: Reverts to practice squad

    Brown reverted to the Buccaneers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Brown saw five offensive snaps but was never targeted this past Sunday against the Rams. After stints with Oakland, Denver and Jacksonville this season, Brown joined the Buccaneers' practice squad on Jan. 13. With Tampa Bay's season over, Brown will work to rebound from his catch-less 2021 next season.
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  • Buccaneers' John Brown: Elevated from practice squad

    The Buccaneers elevated Brown from their practice squad Saturday, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. Brown joined Tampa Bay's practice squad Jan. 13 but didn't join the active roster for last week's wild-card win over Philadelphia. The 31-year-old could carve out a slight role in the passing game if Cyril Grayson (hamstring) is ruled out, but he's unlikely to see a significant target share in Sunday's divisional-round matchup against the Rams.
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  • John Brown: Could play in divisional round

    Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians suggested Wednesday that Brown could be called up from the practice squad for Sunday's divisional-round game against the Rams, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. Brown, who previously worked with Arians during their time together in Arizona, signed with the Bucs' practice squad last week but didn't get the call for their wild-card win over the Eagles. It's possible he enters the mix this week, especially if Breshad Perriman has any setbacks with his hip injury and Cyril Grayson is out another week with a hamstring injury. Still, Brown would likely just be in in line for a part-time role after he didn't impress enough to earn an extended stay with any of the Raiders, Broncos or Jaguars earlier this season.
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  • John Brown: Remains on practice squad

    The Buccaneers didn't elevate Brown from their practice squad ahead of Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Eagles, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. Brown joined the Buccaneers' practice squad Thursday but won't join the active roster as an additional depth option for Sunday's playoff opener. It's not yet clear whether he'll be elevated if the Buccaneers advance to the divisional round.
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  • John Brown: Joins Tampa Bay's practice squad

    Brown has been signed to the Buccaneers' practice squad. Brown last caught a regular-season NFL pass in 2020, when he was with the Bills, but he'll give the Buccaneers some added depth at wide receiver in advance of the team's postseason run. With Chris Godwin (knee) on IR, Antonio Brown no longer in the mix and Cyril Grayson dealing with a hamstring issue, it's plausible that John Brown could be promoted to the active roster before long. The 31-year-old wideout thus is reunited with coach Bruce Arians, who worked with Brown for four seasons (2014 through 2017) while the two were with the Cardinals.
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  • John Brown: Not with Jaguars anymore

    The Jaguars released Brown from their practice squad Monday, John Shipley of SI.com reports. The John Brown experiment has ended after two games as the Jaguars continue to try and find a deep threat at wide receiver. The veteran wideout only played seven snaps for Jacksonville over the last two weeks -- three in Week 11 and four in Week 12 -- and didn't register a single catch despite being targeted twice.
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  • Jaguars' John Brown: Elevated to active roster

    The Jaguars have elevated Brown to the active roster for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Brown was brought up to the active roster ahead of the team's Week 11 loss to the 49ers, but he played just four offensive snaps. He will likely have a similar role during Sunday's matchup with the Falcons.
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  • John Brown: Returns to practice squad

    Brown has reverted to the Jaguars' practice squad, per the NFL's transaction report. Brown was brought up to the active roster ahead of the team's Week 11 loss to the 49ers. He ended up seeing the field for four offensive snaps, but he did not see any targets.
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  • Jaguars' John Brown: Elevated by Jacksonville

    Brown was elevated from the Jaguars' practice squad ahead of Sunday's game against the 49ers. Brown has spent just under two weeks on the Jaguars' practice squad and will provide extra depth at wide receiver Sunday. He made two appearances with the Broncos earlier in the year but failed to haul in his lone target.
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  • John Brown: Joins Jags' practice squad

    Brown was signed to Jacksonville's practice squad Monday. Brown was let go by the Broncos in late October and will now link up with the Jaguars. The 31-year-old was a gameday elevation from the practice squad in two games for Denver and failed to catch his lone target.
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  • John Brown: Released Tuesday

    Brown was released by the Broncos on Tuesday after he reverted to the practice squad, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. The wide receiver was active the last two games for the Broncos, failing to reel in a catch with one target over those contests. Brown reverted to the practice following Week 7, and with Jerry Jeudy (ankle) expected to return Week 8, the team decided to cut him loose. The 31-year-old will now search for a new squad going into middle of the regular season.
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  • Broncos' John Brown: Catchless in loss

    Brown failed to secure his only target in Thursday's 17-14 loss to the Browns. Brown was elevated from the Broncos' practice squad ahead of Thursday's matchup with the Browns, but the veteran ended up playing on just six of the team's 50 offensive snaps. The wideout's only target in the contest was a shot into the end zone early in the second quarter, but quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's pass was intercepted. Brown was signed by Denver to provide depth at the wide receiver position, but he will likely struggle to see much playing time as Jerry Jeudy is set to make his return from an ankle injury in Week 8. Next up for Denver is a matchup with Washington on Oct. 31.
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  • John Brown: Returns to practice squad

    Brown reverted to the Broncos' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Brown was a gameday elevation for Sunday's loss to Baltimore and wasn't targeted on six offensive snaps. The 30-year-old joined Denver's practice squad less than a week ago, so he could see a few more opportunities if he's able to get more comfortable in the offense.
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  • Broncos' John Brown: Elevated to active roster

    Brown was elevated to the active roster Saturday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Coach Vic Fangio essentially confirmed this designation was coming as early as Friday. Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur also hinted Brown has a specific package of plays installed for him, which would seem to suggest the veteran pass catcher will be active ahead of Sunday's contest against his former team. The 31-year-old was arguably the most talented wide receiver still remaining without a roster, but with Jerry Jeudy (ankle) expected to return soon, it's hard to see Brown carving out a ton of playing time over the coming weeks.
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  • John Brown: Likely call-up for Week 6

    Coach Vic Fangio said Friday that there'a a high likelihood Brown will be elevated from the practice squad for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. In conjunction with Thursday's comments from offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur that the team was putting together a package of plays for Brown, it certainly appears that the veteran wide receiver will be ready to make his Denver debut come Sunday. The 31-year-old Brown spent the previous three seasons with the Bills and is just two years removed from a 2019 campaign in which he set career highs in catches (72) and receiving yards (1,060).
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  • John Brown: Gets opportunity with Denver

    Brown was signed to Denver's practice squad Tuesday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Brown worked out for the Broncos earlier in the day and evidently made enough of an impression for the team to sign him. The 31-year-old speedster wasn't able to crack the Raiders' 53-man roster this preseason, but he could have a clearer path to a promotion in Denver while Jerry Jeudy (ankle) and KJ Hamler (knee) are on injured reserve. While with Buffalo in 2020, Brown hauled in 33 of 52 targets for 458 yards and three touchdowns across nine games.
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  • John Brown: Let go by Raiders

    Brown has been released by the Raiders, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The report notes that the speedy wideout asked for his release from the team and with his request granted, Brown will now look to catch on with another team looking for pass-catching experience and depth.
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  • Raiders' John Brown: On the bubble?

    Brown may be competing with undrafted rookie Dillon Stoner for a single roster spot, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Brown played in the Raiders' final preseason game, while Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards, Hunter Renfrow, Zay Jones and Willie Snead all were rested. The Raiders gave Brown more than $3 million in guaranteed money on a one-year contract, but it's a sunk cost at this point, and he'd arguably be clogging up a roster spot as a backup receiver who doesn't play special teams. Brown has been running with the backups for most of the summer, with the Raiders seemingly favoring Ruggs, Edwards and Renfrow as the Week 1 trio. They've carried a fullback and used multi-TE formations a good amount under Jon Gruden, with the fourth and fifth receivers often playing just a few snaps per game on offense.
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  • Raiders' John Brown: Listed as second-stringer

    Brown is listed as Henry Ruggs' backup on the Raiders' first unofficial depth chart of 2021. Brown is the veteran of a young position group, but it's Ruggs, Bryan Edwards and Hunter Renfrow who are listed as starters, while the 31-year-old is placed on the second unit. Granted, depth charts are put together by PR departments, so this doesn't necessarily mean Brown won't be in the starting lineup Week 1 against Baltimore. He signed a one-year, $3.75 million contract this offseason, with nearly all of the money guaranteed.
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  • Raiders' John Brown: Lands in Vegas

    Brown agreed Wednesday with the Raiders on a one-year contract, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Released by the Bills last week, Brown didn't take long to land on his feet, joining a Las Vegas offense in which he could conceivably be the No. 1 wide receiver. Nelson Agholor agreed to sign with the Patriots on Monday, leaving Henry Ruggs, Hunter Renfrow and Bryan Edwards as the top options at wideout for the Raiders. The soon-to-be 31-year-old Brown averaged 4.4 catches for 63.3 yards in 24 regular-season games for Buffalo the last two years.
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