Brown hauled in two of his four targets for 23 yards in Week 6 against the Broncos.
Brown showed moments of promise in Week 6, notably having a 42-yard catch negated by offensive pass interference. He also got involved in the offense early, registering a 13-yard grab on the opening play of the Titans' third possession. However, the end result was an uninspiring line, a microcosm of the team's overall passing attack. While Brown's role appears to be growing as his rookie season wears on, Tennessee rarely has enough pass volume to go around, particularly when Adam Humphries, Corey Davis and even Delanie Walker appear to be prioritized ahead of him in the passing attack.
Brown caught both of his targets for 27 yards in Week 5 against the Bills.
One week after delivering a splash performance, Brown disappeared to the periphery in Week 5. Though he hauled in his pair of targets, Brown was out-targeted by Adam Humphries, Corey Davis and Dion Lewis. While Brown has shown he's capable of delivering big plays, the team is hesitant to regularly air out the ball and also appears content to develop him slowly. In Week 6, the Titans will travel to Denver in what projects to be another slow-paced and low-scoring matchup, meaning Brown isn't likely to see an uptick in volume.
Brown hauled in all three of his targets for 94 yards and two touchdowns in Week 4 against Atlanta.
Brown finished third on the team in targets and receptions, but he led the Titans in receiving yards. The highlight was a 55-yard touchdown that came in the first quarter, when he caught a slant over the middle before racing down the sideline for the long score. Still in the opening frame, Brown hauled in his second touchdown reception on a back-shoulder fade from 11 yards away. Overall, he has just 17 targets and 10 receptions through four games, but he has quickly proven to be a big-play threat by averaging 22.3 yards per reception. Despite an inconsistent passing attack, Brown shows continuously growing rapport with Marcus Mariota, and that should only increase as the season progresses.
Brown hauled in one of his five targets for four yards Week 3 against Jacksonville.
Brown was the second-most targeted Titans receiver but failed to convert that into production. Positively, he was on the field for a season-high 40 snaps, 50 percent of the team's total. Though the output was disappointing, it appears that Brown is set to continue to increase his role on the offense as his rookie season progresses.
Brown (knee) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice.
Brown's knee injury was revealed when he was a limited participant in Monday's practice, but that issue was short-lived, and he'll be ready for Thursday's game versus the Jaguars. Although he's still marked as the No. 4 wideout, Brown played 44 percent of offensive snaps in Week 2. However, he couldn't follow up his 100-yard NFL debut, posting three receptions for 25 yards on five targets in Week 2 versus the Colts.
Brown (knee) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's practice estimation, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Given that Tennessee played Sunday, the team didn't conduct a formal practice Monday, but Brown's limited designation makes his status worth monitoring ahead of Thursday's game against Jacksonville. The rookie second-round pick caught three of his five targets for 25 yards in Sunday's loss to Indianapolis.
Brown caught three of five targets for 25 total yards during Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Colts.
Brown caught just as many balls as he did in Week 1's impressive debut, but the Colts obviously did a much better job than the Browns of staying in front of the big target as Brown was unable to get the kind of big plays he enjoyed against Cleveland. It's too early in the season to determine whether Brown and the Titans beat up on a bad Browns defense or if expectation should be tempered, but Thursday will be a good test against division rival Jacksonville.
Brown hauled in three of four targets for 100 yards in Sunday's 43-13 win over the Browns.
Brown showed off his big-play ability in his NFL debut, hauling in a 51-yard catch and leading the team in receiving yards. Tennessee's offense is still centered around running back Derrick Henry and tight end Delanie Walker -- each of whom scored two touchdowns -- but the second-round pick out of Ole Miss seems to have carved out a role as a field stretcher ahead of his team's Week 2 clash with the Colts.
Brown caught one of three targets in the team's third preseason game against the Steelers on Sunday.
Brown worked with the first-team offense, joining Corey Davis and Adam Humphries as the top wide receivers. Though it wasn't a spectacular statistical performance, it was positive to see Brown regularly targeted in the offense. Originally slowed by a leg injury to start training camp, Brown appears set to earn a relatively large role in the Titans offense throughout his rookie campaign.
Brown did not record a catch during Saturday's 22-17 loss to the Patriots.
Brown was a first-team All-SEC receiver in each of the past two seasons -- alongside Calvin Ridley (2017) and Jerry Jeudy (2018) -- but had little offensive impact on the stat sheet Saturday night, other than drawing a 27-yard pass interference penalty on J.C. Jackson to set up a touchdown pass from Marcus Mariota to Delanie Walker on the subsequent play. He'll aim to record his first reception next Sunday against a Steelers defense that looked formidable in containing Kansas City to 223 passing yards and seven total points in Week 2 of the preseason.
Brown (leg) returned to team drills Monday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
The 51st overall pick in this year's draft was held out of Thursday's preseason opener and limited to individual drills over the weekend. His leg injury was never thought to be serious, but it's kept him out of practice since July 26. With Corey Davis serving as the top outside option and Adam Humphries locked in for slot work, Brown will need to earn his snaps in a competition against Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharpe.
Brown (leg) stretched with the team and worked on a separate field doing start and stop drills, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Brown made his first return to the practice field since exiting with the leg injury on July 26. He's yet to participate in full-team drills, but this is still a positive sign for his potential availability for the regular season.
Brown (leg) won't suit up for Thursday's preseason game against the Eagles, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Brown is managing a leg issue he suffered July 26. He has yet to return to practice since sustaining the injury, but has worked with trainers. A timetable for the rookie receiver's recovery remains undisclosed. As long as Brown remains sidelined, Tennessee's depth wideouts such as Tajae Sharpe, Cody Hollister and Darius Jennings stand to see increased preseason action.
Brown (leg) worked with trainers but did not practice Monday, John Glennon of The Athletic reports.
Brown continues to take steps in recovering from a leg injury sustained July 26, but has yet to return to practice. The rookie second-round pick has remained in close contact with the Titans and earned praise for his participation in team meetings, but would be well served to resume practicing sooner rather than later. When healthy, Brown will work to carve out a meaningful role in Tennessee's wideout corps alongside Corey Davis and Adam Humphries.
Brown (leg) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Brown seemingly took steps forward Wednesday, catching passes from a JUGS machine after practice. However, he remained sidelined Thursday -- for the fifth consecutive day. While coaches have praised the rookie's work in meetings, Brown will have to return to practice at some point to work his way into a receiving corps that already features Corey Davis and Adam Humphries.
Brown (leg) remained sidelined at Wednesday's practice, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
On the plus side, Brown was spotted catching passes for a JUGS machine after practice, per Wyatt. Meanwhile, coach Mike Vrabel praised the 22-year-old for his work in meetings. Once healthy, the No. 51 overall pick in April's draft will look to carve out a role in a Tennessee wideout corps that currently features top option Corey Davis and free-agent addition Adam Humphries. The 6-foot, 226-pound rookie's path to volume out of the gate this season appears muddled, but that could change if injuries hit other members the Titans' pass-catching unit down the road.
Brown (leg) did not practice Monday, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.
Brown missed a third consecutive day of practice after exiting practice Friday. He's struggled to remain on the field early in his rookie season and is now falling behind in training camp.
Brown (leg) did not practice Sunday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Brown exited Friday's practice early and has not yet returned to the field. However, he did catch passes from a JUGS machine after the session. While the severity of the injury is unknown, Brown has now missed time in both OTAs and training camp, making durability a concern early in his career.
Brown (leg) was limited to individual work during Saturday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Brown exited Friday's practice early after an awkward slip and is reportedly considered day-to-day. The 2019 second-rounder previously dealt with a hamstring issue during OTAs. Brown will work to get healthy as soon as possible and resume practicing with teammates.
Coach Mike Vrabel considers Brown "day-to-day" with a leg issue after the wide receiver left Friday's practice early, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
The 2019 second-rounder slipped awkwardly on an individual drill and afterward appeared to be favoring his left leg, per Davenport. It amounted to Brown's entire workload Friday, after which Vrabel said he has yet to meet with the Titans' training staff. Brown previously tended to a hamstring injury during the offseason program, so he hasn't exactly had an ideal start to his NFL career.
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