Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 19 22
@ 14 21
vs 18 22
@ 11 20
@ 32 27
vs 27 24
@ 5 19
@ 25 23
vs 10 20
vs 20 22
@ 23 22
@ 13 21
vs 14 21
BYE
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vs 4 18
vs 1 14
@ 20 22
vs 32 27
Player Outlook
St. Brown will look to revive his career with the Bears but until he gets consistent playing time he is not worth rostering.

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points per Game
2022
2021 9 98 10.89 14 4.67 100.8
2020 7 117 16.71 1 7 7.00 171.4
3y Avg. 8 108 13.50 0 10 5.00 110.8
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Strong start to camp

    St. Brown has emerged as a top option in the Bears' passing attack, Alyssa Barbieri of USA Today reports. St. Brown has an advantage over the other wide receivers in Bears' camp, as he's played in offensive coordinator Luke Getsy's offense during his time in Green Bay. He's been quite effective in the red zone, as his 6-foot-5 frame has provided Justin Fields with a big target. Although St. Brown is currently behind Byron Pringle and rookie Velus Jones on the depth chart, he'll continue to make his push toward earning a regular role in the offense. St. Brown is going undrafted in most fantasy leagues, but if he can move up the depth chart, he may be a consideration as a late-round pick.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: New competition at receiver

    St. Brown may face an uphill battle for playing time after the Bears selected Velus Jones in the third round of the 2022 Draft, Adam Jahns of The Athletic reports. In the Bears' quest to add speed to their receiver room in the offseason, St. Brown and Byron Pringle were added in free agency. However, now that the Bears used the No. 71 pick in the draft to select Jones, who ran a 4.31 40-yard dash, St. Brown is expected to enter training camp outside the top three receivers on the depth chart.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Officially signs with Chicago

    St. Brown signed a contract with Chicago on Wednesday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. The Bears also brought in Byron Pringle as a free-agent signing after losing Allen Robinson to the Rams during the offseason, but St. Brown should still have a chance to compete for targets behind Darnell Mooney ahead of the 2022 campaign. During his third professional season with Green Bay in 2021, St. Brown hauled in nine of 17 targets for 98 yards while rushing three times for 14 yards.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Expected to sign with Bears

    St. Brown is expected to sign a contract with the Bears on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. St. Brown had a career-low mark in receiving yards last year, as he secured nine of 17 targets for 98 yards while rushing three times for 14 yards. The Bears lost Allen Robinson via free agency during the offseason, so St. Brown should have a chance to carve out a role behind Darnell Mooney in a re-tooling Chicago wideout corps.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Limited role in 2021

    St. Brown was targeted 17 times and caught nine passes for 98 yards over 13 games in the 2021 season. He also added three carries for 14 yards. St. Brown's 13 appearances were a career high, but the 112 yards from scrimmage he accumulated were a career low. He will be a free agent this offseason, so it remains to be seen if he will return to Green Bay for a fifth campaign or head elsewhere.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Snags two passes in Week 18

    St. Brown was targeted five times and caught two passes for 22 yards in Sunday's 37-30 loss to the Lions. St. Brown could have had a huge day had quarterback Jordan Love had a little more time to find him on a deep route late in the contest, but he wound up making only a minor mark in the box score. St. Brown could see more snaps than he is accustomed to in the playoffs if fellow wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling (back) misses any time, but even in that scenario he would remain behind Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and almost certainly Randall Cobb (groin).
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Clears concussion protocol

    St. Brown has cleared the concussion protocol and will play Saturday against the Browns, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. St. Brown participated fully in practice Thursday, paving the way for him to suit up. The 6-foot-5, 214-pounder has caught just six passes all season, but St. Brown could take on a larger role Saturday if Marquez Valdes-Scantling (illness) is unable to clear COVID-19 protocols by then.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Logs limited walkthrough

    St. Brown (concussion) was limited at Wednesday's walkthrough. St. Brown suffered a concussion during the Packers' Week 14 win against the Bears. He didn't practice at all last week and was listed as limited on Tuesday's estimated practice report, so Wednesday's activity marked his first on-field work since picking up the injury. Clearly, he's making progress through the protocol for head injuries, but St. Brown likely has a few phases to complete before he officially gains clearance to play, which may make it difficult for him to be available Saturday versus the Browns.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Limited Tuesday

    St. Brown (concussion) was listed as limited on Tuesday's practice estimate. St. Brown sat out Sunday's win over the Ravens after suffering the concussion Week 14, and Tuesday would have been his first time back on the field if the Packers had held a session. The 25-year-old will need to fully clear the protocol for head injuries to have a chance of suiting up Saturday versus Cleveland.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Not playing Sunday

    St. Brown (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's game in Baltimore, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. Since sustaining a concussion last Sunday against the Bears, St. Brown made negligible progress through the protocol for head injuries, missing all three Week 15 practices. With the fourth-year wide receiver sidelined, Green Bay will roll out Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Allen Lazard, Amari Rodgers, Malik Taylor and Juwann Winfree at wide receiver.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Likely out Sunday

    St. Brown (concussion) is doubtful for Sunday's game at Baltimore. St. Brown suffered the concussion last week against the Bears and is expected to be sidelined for at least one game. Amari Rodgers and Juwann Winfree should serve as the Packers' depth wide receivers Sunday.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Ruled out due to concussion

    St. Brown (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Bears. St. Brown's evaluation revealed a concussion, ruling him out for the remainder of the contest. He'll need to clear the NFL's five-step concussion protocol in order to be eligible to suit up in Week 15 against the Ravens.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Evaluated for concussion

    St. Brown is being evaluated for a concussion Sunday against the Bears. If St. Brown tests negative for a concussion, he may be able to return to the game, but his return should be viewed as questionable at this point. He wasn't targeted before being injured but made one tackle.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Quiet in victory

    St. Brown was targeted twice and caught one pass for seven yards in Sunday's 36-28 victory over the Rams. After racking up a season-high 54 yards from scrimmage in Week 11, St. Brown barely made a mark in the box score during Sunday's victory. He did finish fourth among Packers wideouts in snaps as a result of Randall Cobb (groin) leaving the game, and he is the receiver most likely to benefit should Cobb miss more time. Even in that scenario, though, St. Brown would not be in position to offer much help to fantasy players, as he would slot in fourth on the depth chart behind three other receivers.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Logs full practice Wednesday

    St. Brown (ankle) was able to log a full practice for the Packers on Wednesday. St. Brown was unable to suit up for the Packers in Week 10 after logging limited practices all week leading up to the game. Expect the receiver to be on track to play in Week 11 barring any setbacks. If he's unable to play, St. Brown's absence won't have a major impact on the offense.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Won't play Sunday

    St. Brown (ankle) is inactive Sunday against the Seahawks, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. St. Brown was a limited participant at practice all week. With the Packers' wide receiver unit, aside from St. Brown himself, back at full strength, his absence will not heavily impact the offense.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Limited in Thursday's practice

    St. Brown (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice session. St. Brown has had his reps capped at practice on each of the last two days. If he hopes to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, he'll likely need to log a full practice session Friday.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Could start Week 8

    St. Brown looks on track to serve as a top-three receiver for the Packers in Thursday's game against the Cardinals, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Davante Adams and Allen Lazard are on the reserve/COVID-19 list, while Marquez Valdes-Scantling (hamstring) is uncertain to return from injured reserve ahead of Thursday's game. Only Lazard has been officially ruled out for the contest, while Adams looks unlikely to clear the necessary COVID-19 protocols ahead of Thursday's 8:20 p.m. ET kickoff and Valdes-Scantling's status is more up in the air. Randall Cobb is the safest bet for targets among Green Bay wide receivers, but St. Brown could be right in the mix for the snap lead, especially if Valdes-Scantling doesn't play. St. Brown played exactly 12 snaps in each of Green Bay's past three games, and for the season he has more special-teams tackles (four) than targets (three). He hasn't seen much playing time on offense since putting up 21-328-0 on 36 targets as a rookie in 2018.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Steadily earning more snaps

    St. Brown did not catch a pass but did have one carry for 13 yards in Sunday's 24-10 victory over Washington. He couldn't haul in the lone pass thrown his direction Week 7, but he did make an impact on his lone rushing attempt in the contest. St. Brown -- who had a touchdown wiped off the board Week 6 due to an offensive pass interference penalty -- has steadily seen his snap count percentage increase, from 15.3 percent Week 4 to a season-high 21.4 percent in Sunday's contest.
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  • Packers' Equanimeous St. Brown: Promoted from practice squad

    St. Brown was signed to the Packers' active roster from the practice squad Wednesday. The 25-year-old has been on Green Bay's practice squad all season and was a gameday elevation for three contests, catching one of two targets for zero yards. St. Brown should see sporadic offensive snaps while also playing a role on special teams.
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