Brown (illness) will be inactive for Sunday's upcoming matchup against Tampa Bay, Kelsey Conway of the Falcons' official site reports.
The 26-year-old offensive guard did not carry an injury designation heading into Atlanta's Week 16 matchup against Jacksonville, but Wes Schweitzer and Chris Lindstrom each fielded 100 percent of the team's offensive snaps during a 24-12 win over the Jaguars. Now officially ruled out for the season finale, Brown will wrap up the 2019 campaign without fielding a single snap over the Falcons' final four games of the year.
Brown (illness) was a non-participant for Thursday's practice session, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
The veteran offensive guard was dealing with an illness last week as well, but he seemingly improved and did not carry an injury designation heading into last Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Brown ultimately failed to log a single offensive snap during the contest, and his involvement is expected to be minimal for Atlanta's season finale against Tampa Bay with Chris Lindstrom and Wes Schweitzer currently slotted in as the starting guards.
Brown (illness) is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Brown has been held out of practice most of the week with an illness, but he was able to log a limited session Friday and should be good to go against Jacksonville.
Brown (illness) did not participate during Wednesday's practice session, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
The veteran guard has fallen out of the rotation with rookie first-round pick Chris Lindstrom's return from a foot injury, but he may very well be the team's most capable backup offensive lineman at the moment. Brown's status for Sunday's upcoming game against Jacksonville remains questionable, as the Falcons prepare to take on a Jaguars defense that is tied for fifth in the NFL with 43 sacks but that has so far proven susceptible to the run by surrendering 140.1 yards per game on the ground.
Brown (knee) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
On Sunday, the veteran guard made his return from a concussion suffered late in the Week 4 loss to Tennessee, and again sustained an injury, hurting his knee late in the third quarter. Brown was able to get back on the field for the fourth quarter, but the offensive line surrendered multiple sacks for the third straight game as Atlanta dropped to a 1-5 record on the season. His return to practice is a positive indicator that he will be able to play in Week 7 when the Falcons face off against a Rams defense that intends to infuse recently acquired Jalen Ramsey into the lineup immediately.
Brown (concussion) was a full participant during Wednesday's practice session, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
The veteran offensive guard was pulled from Atlanta's Week 4 loss to Tennessee after playing 16 offensive snaps, and he was inactive during the Week 5 shellacking at the hands of the Texans. So far this season the Falcons have averaged 3.9 yards per carry as a team in games in which Brown starts, compared to 3.5 yards per attempt when he has been forced to sit. Brown's return to practice gives Atlanta even more hope that it can get its ground game going in Week 6, with a favorable matchup against Arizona's 27th-ranked rush defense on tap.
Brown (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Brown sustained the concussion last week versus the Titans and was unable to clear the concussion protocol this week. Ty Sambrailo is in line to receive the start at right guard in his place.
Brown (concussion) won't return to Sunday's game against Tennessee, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Now that Brown has officially been diagnosed with a concussion, he'll enter the league's mandated concussion protocol. In Brown's stead, expect Ty Sambrailo to continue to fill in at right guard.
Brown is being evaluated for a head injury and is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Tennessee, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
Whenever a head injury is in play, it's likely that Brown is being evaluated for a possible concussion. As long as Brown is sidelined, look for Ty Sambrailo to fill in at right guard with a banged up offensive line for the Falcons.
Brown (hand) was a full participant in the Falcons' practice session Wednesday, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
The veteran guard exited during the first half of Atlanta's 27-24 loss to Indianapolis on Sunday, but was able to return to action later in the game, fielding 88 percent of the offensive snaps in total. His presence on the field as a full participant Wednesday bodes well for his chances to suit up Sunday against a Titans defense that is tied for 13th in the league with eight sacks thus far on the season.
Brown (hand) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Colts, Kelsey Conway of the Falcons' official site reports.
Brown was deployed at right guard since Chris Lindstrom (foot) is on injured reserve. Now that Brown has an injury of his own, Wes Schweitzer figures to bump over to guard.
Brown is expected to serve as Atlanta's starting right guard for at least the next eight weeks, with Chris Lindstrom (foot) landing on injured reserve Monday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
James Carpenter beat out Brown for the Week 1 start at left guard, while No. 14 overall draft selection Lindstrom was set to lock down the guard spot on the opposite side. Lindstrom's broken foot forces Atlanta to shuffle its front five, leading to the installation of Brown -- a fifth-year veteran with 38 career starts to his name -- into the starting lineup.
Brown (hamstring) is the early leader to start at left guard with James Carpenter (hip) nursing an injury, Will McFadden of the Falcons' official site reports.
Now fully recovered from his hamstring injury, Brown is receiving the majority of reps with the first team with Carpenter sidelined. Carpenter's injury is not expected to be long-term, so Atlanta's competition at left guard will likely resume in the coming weeks.
Brown (hamstring) participated in practice Tuesday after he was shaken up at the end of Monday's session and briefly met with the training staff, William McFadden of the Falcons' official site reports.
Brown appeared to tweak his hamstring late in Monday's practice and was unable to finish out the session, but coach Dan Quinn was unaware of the issue when speaking to the media post-practice, per ESPN.com's Vaughn McClure. This latest development is something to monitor over the coming weeks, but the severity of the injury appears to be minor given that Brown was back on the field with his teammates Tuesday. Fellow veteran and competitor for the starting left guard spot, James Carpenter (hip) continues to sit with a hip flexor strain, but Quinn said that the injury is not expected to be long-term.
Brown agreed Wednesday with the Falcons on a three-year, $18.75 million contract, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.
The deal includes $12.75 million guaranteed for the former Giant, who was never likely to be re-signed by New York after the organization recently traded for another offensive guard Kevin Zeitler. Brown should immediately step in as a starter for Atlanta.
Brown is expected to sign a three-year contract with the Falcons, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Brown played six games for the Rams last season before being waived by the team in late October, then landed with the Giants and played eight games. He'll now bolster the Falcons' offensive line on a three-year deal.
Brown was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Wednesday.
The Rams waived Brown on Tuesday in order to make room for Dante Fowler, though Brown wasn't without a team for long, as the Giants -- who are desperate for offensive line help -- snagged him. He'll likely be a depth option for New York.
Brown was waived by the Rams on Tuesday.
To make room for newly acquired Dante Fowler, the Rams decided to part ways with Brown. Brown appeared in five games for Los Angeles this season. It's unclear whether the Rams would be interested in signing him to the practice squad if he clears waivers.
Brown was activated from suspension by the Rams on Wednesday.
Brown's two-game suspension for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse has run its course, and the 2015 third-rounder has officially rejoined the team. Austin Blythe has impressed through the first two games of the season, so Brown may have to compete for his former starting role.
Brown (suspension) is eligible to play Week 3 against the Chargers, Rich Hammond of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Brown was suspended for two games for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse. Though Brown started all 16 games in 2017, it's unclear if he'll resume his role with the starters after Austin Blythe played well in his place the past two weeks.