Brown (concussion) was waived from injured reserve Tuesday.
Brown was placed on injured reserve prior to Week 1. The 27-year-old receiver last played in a regular-season game for the Ravens in 2015.
The Bears placed Brown (concussion) on injured reserve Saturday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Brown suffered this concussion during the team's fourth preseason game. He was expected to be a depth wideout after hauling in just 14 passes for 112 yards in 2017.
Brown was evaluated for a concussion during Saturday's preseason game against the Chiefs, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
With approximately a week remaining before roster cuts, a confirmed concussion could play a factor in the team's decision on his roster spot. More information regarding his status moving forward should surface following tests.
Brown signed a contract with the Bears on Thursday, Patrick Finley of The Chicago Sun Times reports.
Brown didn't play in 2017 after being waived by Denver before the start of the regular season. He last saw regular season action while with the Ravens in 2015, recording 112 yards on 14 catches in 10 games. He'll be looking to get a spot near the bottom of the Bears' receiver depth chart in 2018.
Brown was waived by the Broncos on Saturday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Brown wasn't able to separate himself from a crowded Broncos receiving corps. He'll re-enter free agency in hopes of landing with a team in need of size at receiver.
Brown (undisclosed) returned to action in the Broncos' preseason opening win over the Bears, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports.
Brown recorded one catch for 15 yards in his return. It was his first action since being placed on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury in December. While the practice squad figures to be his likely destination, he will look to impress as the preseason progresses.
The Broncos placed Brown (undisclosed) on injured reserve Saturday.
The details surrounding Brown's injury haven't been disclosed. The towering wideout previously spent training camp with the Broncos, and while he impressed in his limited time, was ultimately waived due to a back injury prior to the season opener. He then resurfaced in Denver weeks ago, but never made any sort of on-field contribution. His release allowed the team to add more depth at linebacker with Brandon Marshall (hamstring) on the shelf.
Brown re-signed with the Broncos on a two-year contract Monday, The Denver Post report.
Brown was with the Broncos ahead of training camp, but was waived due to a back injury. Now, he'll once again reunite with coach Gary Kubiak, who was Brown's offensive coordinator in 2014 when both belonged to the Ravens. In 38 career games, the Georgia product recorded 87 receptions for 891 yards and seven scores.
Brown (back) was designated as waived/injured by the Broncos on Thursday, NFL Network's James Palmer reports.
Brown suffered a setback with his back injury Wednesday, an issue that placed him on IR in 2015 as a member of the Ravens. His 2016 season is in jeopardy at this point, while he was a bit of a longshot to make the Broncos' roster given his nagging back injury.
Brown left Wednesday's practice with a back issue, Troy Renck of 7News Denver reports.
Brown has dealt with a nagging back issue since the end of 2015. The injury landed him on IR last season with the Ravens, and was also the reason for his release from Baltimore in May. An MRI is likely in store for Brown in the near future, the result of which may ultimately decide his immediate future in Denver.
The Broncos signed Brown to a one-year contract Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Brown was likely brought in to provide a bit of competition for the last spot allotted to the wide receiver position. In three seasons with the Ravens, he hauled in 87 passes for 891 yards and seven touchdowns, yet none of those end-zone visits have occurred since his rookie campaign in 2013.
Brown has been waived by the Ravens, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Brown re-signed with the Ravens back in March, but his release Friday comes with a failed physical designation. The towering wideout landed on injured reserve last season due to a back injury, so that ailment is presumably still an issue. Although Brown impressed with 49 catches, 524 receiving yards and seven scores as a rookie, he's been a marginalized member of an underwhelming Ravens receiving corp since, so it'll be interesting to track his free-agent options ahead of training camp.
Brown re-signed with the Ravens on Thursday.
Brown posted a 49-524-7 receiving line as a rookie back in 2013, but he didn't earn much playing time the past two seasons, even when the Ravens' receiving corps was decimated by injuries. He'll merely be competing for one of the final roster spots.
Brown (back) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday afternoon.
Brown hasn't played since Week 11 and didn't have much of an impact when he was healthy. It's unclear what Baltimore's receiving corps will look like next season, but there's no reason to believe that Brown will be a major part of the plan. His contract only runs through 2015, so he may look to catch on with another team.
Brown (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Brown has missed the Ravens' last four games, and he hasn't practiced in more than a month, so at this point in the season, given Baltimore's situation, it seems unlikely that Brown will return.
Brown (back) did not practice Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Brown has missed the Ravens' last four games and hasn't practiced in a month, so there's little reason for fantasy owners to make the wideout a lineup consideration at this time of the season.
Brown (back) is inactive Sunday against the Chiefs.
Brown didn't practice all week and will now miss his fourth straight game. On the season, he's posted 14 receptions for 112 yards.
Brown is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Even if he were available, Brown wouldn't necessarily have a role in the offense. He'll likely have to fight for a roster spot next year.
Brown (back) sat out Wednesday's practice.
With just 14 catches for 112 yards in 10 games to date, Brown's status is of more import to the Ravens' depth at wideout than it is to fantasy owners.
Brown (back)is inactive Sunday against the Seahawks.
Brown didn't practice all week and will miss his third game in a row. He hasn't been much of a factor this year, as he's only caught 14 passes for 112 yards.