Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 17 21
@ 20 22
vs 4 18
@ 25 23
vs 31 26
@ 26 23
vs 14 21
@ 16 21
vs 32 27
@ 4 18
@ 18 22
vs 23 22
@ 11 20
BYE
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vs 11 20
@ 19 22
vs 8 19
vs 25 23
Player Outlook
Brown's Fantasy value was negatively impacted by the acquisition of Jahan Dotson, but the 22-year-old still has some appeal in Dynasty leagues, where he should be stashed at least until early in the year. If Brown is the No. 3 wide receiver, he may have some best ball appeal as a deep threat. Brown can be ignored in redraft unless something happens to McLaurin or Dotson.

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2022
2021 12 165 13.75 -4 -4.00 161.1
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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' Dyami Brown: Making case for role

    Brown had a good first week of training camp, making a number of catches downfield, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports. The 2021 third-round pick had minimal impact as a rookie, despite getting some starts at the beginning and end of the season. He'll likely be a backup again if everyone is healthy, potentially coming off the bench to provide a deep threat as the No. 4 receiver. Granted, the Commanders don't lack for speed in their starting WR group, with Terry McLaurin joined by Curtis Samuel and first-round pick Jahan Dotson. An opening for Brown to make a fantasy impact might require an injury to one of those three, even with the strong start to training camp.
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  • Commanders' Dyami Brown: Gets some run with starters

    Brown isn't likely to have an every-down role this year, but he did run with the first-team offense in Terry McLaurin's absence throughout most of the offseason program, Ethan Cadeaux of NBC Sports reports. The 2021 third-round pick actually opened his rookie season as a starter, but he lost the job after a slow start and then dealt with a knee injury. Brown ultimately caught only 12 of 25 targets for 165 yards in 15 games (six starts), and the Commanders then took WR Jahan Dotson in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. The team likely envisions a top three comprised of Terry McLaurin, Dotson and a finally healthy Curtis Samuel, with Brown perhaps coming off the bench as a part-time deep threat. Injuries could always throw a hitch in that plan, of course, in which case Brown could have an opportunity to make starts again.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Disappointing debut campaign

    Brown finished his 2021 rookie season with 12 catches for 165 yards on 25 targets, playing 15 of 17 games and logging 335 snaps on offense. The third-round pick started his first three games and five of his first six, yet entered the midpoint of the season with only eight catches for 81 yards. Brown then averaged only 11.2 snaps on offense over his final 10 games, stuck in a bench role even as Washington had minimal success finding productive pass catchers apart from top WR Terry McLaurin. While the 22-year-old Brown could get another shot at a starting job come spring/summer, there's no doubt his initial pro campaign was disappointing relative to the expectations and opportunity he had. Of course, he might've been given more time to develop -- rather than named as a Week 1 starter -- if Washington's passing offense wasn't so unimpressive in the first place.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Catches two passes

    Brown played 13 snaps in Sunday's 56-14 loss to Dallas and caught both his targets for 53 yards. It's been a quiet rookie year for the third-round pick, even though he got plenty of playing time early on. He's been either injured or buried on the depth chart since October, but Brown finally made a big play with his 48-yard gain in the first quarter of Sunday's loss. While a starting job may not be in the cards this year, it is possible Brown gets a little more playing time over the final couple weeks of the season, perhaps stealings snaps from DeAndre Carter.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Limited to eight snaps

    Brown played eight snaps on offense without drawing any targets in Sunday's 29-19 win over the Buccaneers. Curtis Samuel (groin) was out again, but Washington otherwise had all its wide receivers healthy and chose to use DeAndre Carter (3-56-1 on six targets and 67 percent snap share) as its No. 2 receiver. Brown, Dax Milne (27 percent) and Cam Sims (18 percent) also rotated in for some snaps, but it was mostly Carter and slot specialist Adam Humphries (52 percent) lining up alongside No. 1 receiver Terry McLaurin (96 percent). The lack of playing time makes Brown a long shot for a breakout in the second half of his rookie season, especially given that he failed to produce when he got more snaps back in September. In any case, the third-round pick seems to have moved past a knee injury and should be available for Week 11 against Carolina.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Playing in Week 10

    Brown (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. After logging limited practices Wednesday through Friday, Brown entered the weekend as questionable for Week 10 action. Now clear to play for the first time since Week 7, he should be in the mix for targets behind Terry McLaurin and slot receiver Adam Humphries with Curtis Samuel again sidelined due to a lingering groin injury. Brown, a rookie third-round pick, hasn't been efficient with his 20 targets in six appearances this season, putting together just eight catches for 81 yards and no touchdowns.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Questionable for Sunday

    Brown (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. With Curtis Samuel (groin) out at least one more week, Brown could have a starting spot if he ends up playing. Of course, he hasn't been able to turn snaps and routes into targets and catches this year, and Washington could also give DeAndre Carter and Cam Sims some chances across from go-to guy Terry McLaurin.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Limited Thursday

    Brown (knee) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Brown maintained his activity level on the practice field out of Washington's bye after sitting out the team's last game Week 8 due to a knee issue. With Curtis Samuel (groin) unlikely to be available Sunday versus the Buccaneers, Brown could be the other outside receiver opposite Terry McLaurin this weekend while Adam Humphries mans the slot.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Practicing after bye

    Brown (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Brown is back at practice after a bye week, having missed Week 8 with the knee injury beforehand. He may be a starter if he makes it back for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, as Curtis Samuel (groin) appears unlikely to play this weekend. The other options for perimeter snaps across from Terry McLaurin are Cam Sims (hamstring), DeAndre Carter, Antonio Gandy-Golden and Dax Milne.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Absent from practice again

    Brown (knee) did not practice Thursday. Brown exited Sunday's game with a knee injury and underwent an MRI on Monday. He has missed both practices this week, so his availability appears to be in jeopardy Sunday at Denver.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Misses practice with knee injury

    Brown (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports. Brown was able to do some work on a side field two days after getting an MRI. His presence on the field seemingly confirms the injury is minor, but it doesn't necessarily mean he'll be ready for Sunday's game against the Packers. Terry McLaurin (ankle) and Curtis Samuel (groin) also missed practice Wednesday.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Exits Sunday's game

    Brown was forced out of Sunday's game against the Packers with a knee injury. Prior to his exit from the contest, Brown hadn't been targeted. The 2021 third-rounder is coming off a Week 6 effort that saw him catch three of his six targets for 30 yards in Washington's 31-13 loss to Kansas City.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Limited once again

    Brown (knee) was limited in practice Thursday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Brown was available for Sunday's Week 6 matchup against the Chiefs and hauled in three of six targets for 30 yards. He's had his reps capped in practice to begin the week, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him take the field Sunday against Green Bay.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Limited participant in practice

    Brown (knee) was limited in Washington's practice Wednesday. Brown has been dealing with an aggravated knee injury since Week 5 when he was unable to suit up against the Saints. The receiver was limited and listed as questionable leading up to Week 6, but he managed to play against the Chiefs. Expect Brown to be able to play in Week 7 barring any setbacks.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Cleared for Sunday's game

    Brown (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. After missing Washington's Week 5 loss to the Saints, Brown managed limited participation in practices Wednesday through Friday and was listed as questionable heading into the weekend before gaining clearance ahead of Sunday's matchup. With Curtis Samuel (groin) and Cam Sims (hamstring) both inactive for Week 6, Brown could step into a top-three role at receiver alongside Terry McLaurin and Adam Humphries.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Questionable for Week 6

    Brown (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. If he returns after missing one game, the rookie could take on a larger role than usual. In addition to WRs Curtis Samuel (groin) and Cam Sims (knee) being ruled out, Washington has top receiver Terry McLaurin (hamstring) listed as questionable. James Palmer of NFL Network reports that McLaurin is on track to play, but if not, Washington could be left with Brown, Adam Humphries and DeAndre Carter as the regular trio for three-wide formations. First, we'll need to see if Brown and/or McLaurin is inactive ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Limited again Thursday

    Brown (knee) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Brown didn't appear in Sunday's game against the Saints due to his knee injury, but he's practiced in a limited capacity on each of the last two days. The rookie could enter Week 6 without an injury designation if he's a full participant in Friday's practice.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Unavailable for Week 5

    Brown (knee) won't suit up against the Saints on Sunday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Brown injured his knee in the Week 4 win over Atlanta and will miss at least one game as a result of the injury. The rookie third-round pick will look to heal up before a Week 6 showdown with the Chiefs, at which time he'll have an opportunity to add to his season totals of five catches (on 14 targets) for 51 yards.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Misses practice with knee injury

    Brown (knee) isn't practicing Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Brown and Cam Sims (hamstring) both suffered injuries in the second half of the Week 4 win over Atlanta, which also happened to be Curtis Samuel's first game in a Washington uniform. Even if he returns to health quickly, Brown may be the team's fourth or fifth wide receiver at this point.
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  • Football Team's Dyami Brown: Puts up 34 yards

    Brown caught three of six targets for 34 yards in Thursday's 30-29 win over the Giants. Brown finished fifth on the team in receiving and tied for fourth in targets, again working with Terry McLaurin and Adam Humphries as part of Washington's regular trio for three-wide sets. Curtis Samuel (groin) can return from IR as soon as Week 4, but while he eventually figures to take a lot of Brown's snaps, it isn't yet clear when Samuel will be ready. Washington does have Cam Sims as an option for perimeter snaps if Brown can't get going soon, but even if the latter isn't seeing many targets, his speed could be useful. He'll get a tough matchup next, traveling to Buffalo in Week 3.
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