AFC North Standings

Team Div Overall
3-3-0 12-4-0
3-3-0 10-7-0
3-3-0 9-8-0
3-3-0 7-10-0

2022 Passing

STATS CMP
Pass Completions
ATT
Pass Attempts
PCT
Completion Percentage
YDS
Passing Yards
YDS/G
Passing Yards per Game
TD
Touchdown Passes
INT
Interceptions Thrown
RATE
Passer Rating
Regular Season 22 49 44.9 302 151.0 0 2 48.2

Top Anthony Brown News

  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Should play Sunday in some capacity

    Brown is expected to be part of a timeshare at quarterback in Sunday's wild-card game against the Bengals along with Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist), who is listed as questionable but is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    The Ravens haven't formally named a starter for their playoff opener, but Rapoport suggests that designation might not matter much, as head coach John Harbaugh is expected to use packages of plays throughout the game that cater to both quarterbacks' strengths. When healthy, Huntley has been filling in as the starter for the injured Lamar Jackson (knee), but Brown picked up his first NFL start in the Week 18 loss to Cincinnati while Huntley was out with shoulder tendinitis. Though Huntley put in a full practice Friday and looks set to play, the Ravens apparently aren't convinced that he's ready to handle the entire playbook since the shoulder issue has limited his throwing activity in recent days. The extent to which Brown may be used is difficult to pin down, but the timeshare arrangement nonetheless figures to limit the upside of both quarterbacks in DFS.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Two picks in first career start

    Brown completed 19 of 44 passes for 286 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's 27-16 loss to the Bengals.

    Brown made his first career start with both Tyler Huntley (shoulder) and Lamar Jackson (knee) sidelined. The Ravens showed no hesitation in letting him take to the air, though he managed only 6.5 yards per attempt and threw two interceptions that led directly to Bengals' touchdowns. Baltimore and Cincinnati will meet up again in the wild-card round, though it would be surprising to see Brown under center again.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Gets first NFL start

    Brown will start at quarterback Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati with Tyler Huntley (shoulder) declared inactive, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    The Ravens are prioritizing preparation for the playoffs, holding out some other starters that weren't even listed on the injury report. Brown, an undrafted rookie, won't have TE Mark Andrews or RB J.K. Dobbins at his disposal for his first NFL start, and other key players could also be rested or pulled early. Brown completed three of five passes in a Week 14 win over the Steelers after Huntley entered concussion protocol, mostly handing the ball off to his running backs.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Candidate for Week 18 start

    Brown took the reps with the first-team offense during practice this week and could start Sunday in Cincinnati if Tyler Huntley (shoulder/wrist) -- who is listed as questionable -- isn't available, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

    Top quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) has already been ruled out for a fifth straight game, and though Huntley is the next man up on the depth chart, he wasn't able to do much throwing in practice this week while he manages right shoulder tendinitis. Though Baltimore has some playoff positioning at stake in Week 18, the team is most likely to wind up as the AFC's No. 6 seed and take on the Bengals in a rematch during the wild-card round, so head coach John Harbaugh could choose to err on the side of caution and hold Huntley out. The Ravens elevated a fourth quarterback (Brett Hundley) to the roster Saturday, potentially setting the stage for Hundley to back up Brown while Huntley sits out. Resolution on the Ravens' plans at quarterback should come when the team releases its inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, but Brown looks like he may have a chance at seeing his first extended NFL action. The undrafted rookie out of Oregon's lone appearance to date came against the Steelers back in Week 14, when he completed three of five pass attempts for 16 yards.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Signed to active roster

    The Ravens signed Brown to their active roster Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Brown had been elevated from the practice squad each of the previous three weeks, so Baltimore was required to sign him to the active roster in order to deploy him as the backup to Tyler Huntley again Week 17. Brown has gotten into only one game thus far, completing three of five passes for 16 yards and rushing three times for minus-5 yards against Pittsburgh in Week 14. His backup role has coincided with Lamar Jackson's continued absence due to a knee injury.

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  • Anthony Brown: Back to Baltimore's practice squad

    Brown reverted back to the Ravens' practice squad Monday.

    Brown was active as the backup to Tyler Huntley for the entirety of Saturday's contest, but he ultimately didn't see the field. Normal starter Lamar Jackson (knee), is expected to resume "football-related movements" this week and could be in line to play in Week 17.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Rejoins active roster

    The Ravens promoted Brown from the practice squad to the active roster ahead of Saturday's matchup with Atlanta, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Brown presumably will be the backup to Tyler Huntley, who is listed as questionable with a shoulder injury but is expected to make the start. Lamar Jackson (knee) is out for a third consecutive week.

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  • Anthony Brown: Returns to practice squad

    Brown reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Brown was activated to serve as Baltimore's backup quarterback for the second game in a row with Lamar Jackson out due to a PCL sprain. However, the rookie never saw the field behind Tyler Huntley, who once again started in place of Jackson. Brown will now be eligible for one more elevation from the practice squad this season, which the Ravens will likely exercise should Jackson remain sidelined against Atlanta on Saturday.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Elevated from practice squad

    Brown has been elevated from the Ravens' practice squad ahead of Saturday's game against the Browns, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    With Lamar Jackson still out with a knee injury, Brown is in line to back up Tyler Huntley (who has cleared the NFL's concussion protocol) on Saturday. In relief of Huntley in Week 14 against the Steelers, Brown completed three of five passes for 16 yards and added three carries for minus-five yards.

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  • Ravens' Anthony Brown: Moves back to practice squad

    Brown reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Monday.

    Brown served as Baltimore's backup quarterback in Week 14 against the Steelers with Lamar Jackson sidelined due to a PCL sprain. However, he was forced into action after starter Tyler Huntley went out with a concussion in the second half. As a result, Brown stepped in for 23 of the team's 61 offensive snaps, completing three of five passes for 16 yards to go along with three carries for minus-5 yards in his NFL debut. While the rookie signal-caller was not asked to do much against Pittsburgh, he's likely next in line to start if Jackson does not return in time for Saturday's game versus Cleveland. Either way, Brown will almost certainly be elevated from the practice squad for the second game in a row Week 15.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 217 lbs
Birthplace: Aberdeen Township, NJ
Age: 24
School: Oregon
Experience: R