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NFC North Standings

Team Div Overall
4-2-0 13-4-0
5-1-0 9-8-0
3-3-0 8-9-0
0-6-0 3-14-0

2022 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 21 323 15.4 1 56

Top Equanimeous St. Brown News

  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Slow finish to year

    St. Brown caught one pass for three yards in the Bears' 29-13 loss to the Vikings in Week 18, and ended the season with 21 receptions, 323 yards and a touchdown over 16 games played.

    After failing to reach 120 yards in either of his last two seasons in Green Bay, St. Brown posted similar numbers with the Bears this year than he had during his rookie season in 2018. Going into the fifth year of his career, he's likely ticketed to be a depth option next year and beyond.

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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Picks up knee injury

    St. Brown sustained a knee injury during Sunday's contest against the Vikings.

    The Bears made the ruling on St. Brown late in the third quarter, deeming him questionable to return. If he's unable to do so, he'll emerge from Week 18 having caught his only target for three yards.

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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Signs one-year extension

    St. Brown and the Bears agreed Wednesday on a one-year contract extension, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.

    Selected by Green Bay in the sixth round of the 2018 draft, St. Brown caught 21 passes for 328 yards as a rookie and now has a similar receiving line (20-320-1) four years later in his first season on the Bears. He had only 215 receiving yards total over the three years in between, but the Bears seem to have been pleased with his blocking in their run-heavy offense, as St. Brown has started each of the 15 games he's played while handling a 60 percent snap share. That said, he might just be a backup and special teams player next season if the Bears find a real receiving threat to pair with Darnell Mooney (ankle). St. Brown is expected to get his 16th start of the season this Sunday against the Vikings, catching passes from Nathan Peterman instead of Justin Fields (hip), who has been ruled out for the season finale.

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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Targeted three times

    St. Brown caught two passes for 20 yards in the Bears' 41-10 loss to the Lions on Sunday.

    St. Brown has posted at least 20 yards in four of his last five games, but he's only surpassed 25 yards just once since Week 8, and his lack of volume will make him a low-upside fantasy option in Week 18 against the Vikings.

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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Cleared for Sunday

    St. Brown (concussion) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Detroit.

    St. Brown apparently has cleared concussion protocol after missing one game, while fellow Bears wide receivers Chase Claypool (knee) and Dante Pettis (ankle) are listed as questionable. None has been a reliable source or targets or production, but St. Brown at least figures to play a lot of snaps this weekend.

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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Progressing through concussion protocol

    St. Brown (concussion) was limited at Thursday's practice.

    Making his first appearance on the practice field since suffering a concussion Week 15 against the Eagles, St. Brown still has multiple phases to complete before the Bears can clear him from the protocol for head injuries. As for the rest of Chicago's injured wide receivers, Chase Claypool (knee) returned Thursday with a cap on his reps, while Dante Pettis (ankle) didn't log any activity, leaving question marks in the position group ahead of Sunday's game at Detroit.

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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: No practice Wednesday

    St. Brown (concussion) didn't take part in practice Wednesday.

    Since sustaining a concussion Week 15 against the Eagles, St. Brown hasn't logged any on-field work, signaling that he hasn't made much, if any, progress through the five-step protocol for head injuries. Chase Claypool (knee) also didn't practice Wednesday, while Dante Pettis (ankle) was limited, so the Bears' receiving corps is particularly banged-up at the moment.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 214 lbs
Birthplace: Placentia, CA
Age: 26
School: Notre Dame
Experience: 6