Brown doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game in Kansas City.
Brown has yet to take part in a Friday practice this season, but the DNP was chalked up as non-injury related by the Ravens. His availability thus isn't in question for Week 3, when he'll take on a Chiefs defense that has conceded four TDs to wide receivers through two contests.
Brown did not take part in Friday's practice for the third straight week, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
The Ravens have now held Brown out of three straight Friday practices, which they are doing to give him a chance to rest his surgically-repaired foot. It's of course possible he's being held out this Friday for another reason, so his status will be a bit up in the air until the Ravens release their final injury report for Week 3. However, based on the last couple weeks, there's plenty of reason to be optimistic he will suit up Sunday against the Chiefs.
Brown played 51 of the Ravens' 79 offensive snaps (64.6 percent) in Sunday's 23-17 win over the Cardinals, Childs Walker of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Brown played the most snaps of any running back, wide receiver or tight end for Baltimore, also leading the team in targets (13) and tying Mark Andrews with eight catches. The fantasy production didn't match his Week 1 output, but Brown's underlying use was actually more encouraging, with his snap share jumping from 18.4 percent to 64.6 percent, while many of his targets came on short throws. Given the early results, it's a safe bet the Ravens will continue to rely on Brown and Andrews as the central figures in their pass-catching corps. The team travels to Kansas City for a potential shootout in Week 3.
Brown caught eight of 13 targets for 86 yards during Sunday's 23-17 win over Arizona.
Brown didn't have an encore quite as good as his two-touchdown beatdown of Miami in Week 1, but the numbers still look pretty good. The rookie first round pick has quickly emerged as a go-to target for Lamar Jackson with 18 targets in two games as compared to veteran Willie Snead's four. A favorable matchup awaits in Week 3 against the Chiefs.
Brown (hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Though he was only on the field for 14 snaps in Week 1's 59-10 blowout win over the Dolphins, Brown hauled in four of his five targets in that contest for 147 yards and two TDs. While we don't expect things to go quite so easy for the Ravens in Week 2, Brown's speed and big-play ability give him a degree of weekly fantasy upside, even if his playing time is something that might only increase incrementally in the coming weeks.
Brown (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Brown and tight end Mark Andrews (foot) both were held out of practice Friday, though coach John Harbaugh said the wide receiver is fine to play, while Adam Schefter of ESPN confirmed the tight end also is expected to suit up. Even so, anyone invested in the Ravens offense would be wise to check back around 11:30 a.m. ET on Sunday when the inactive list is released. Brown lit up Miami last week, catching four of five targets for 147 yards and two touchdowns on just 14 snaps.
Coach John Harbaugh said there's no concern about Brown (hip) missing Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.comreports.
A limited participant the previous two days, Brown appears to have been held out entirely Friday. The Ravens aren't worried about his availability, but it's possible the hip issue could limit his workload, following an NFL debut in which Brown caught four passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns on just 14 snaps. Another update will be available Friday afternoon when the Ravens release their final injury report.
Brown (hip) did not take part in Friday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Brown was limited at the Ravens' first two practice sessions of the week, but for one reason or another, he did not take part Friday. It's possible Brown could still get some work in behind the scenes, and he still had a huge Week 1 despite not practicing last week, so he could certainly both play and be effective this week still. However, his absence Friday does leave his status for Week 2 up in the air until the Ravens provide more information.
Brown (hip) remained limited at practice Thursday.
Though he only logged 14 snaps in Week 1's 59-10 win over the Dolphins, Brown hauled in four of his five targets in the contest for 147 yards and two TDs. Despite his limitations this week, we'd expect Brown to be available Sunday against the Cardinals, an outcome that would be cemented if the speedy wideout returns to a full practice Friday.
Brown (hip) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic
The rookie lands on the injury report after playing 14 snaps in a blowout win. Brown was dominant when on the field, catching four of five targets for 147 yards and two touchdowns. He'll have two more chances to turn in a full practice before his status for Sunday's game against Arizona is officially in question.
Brown brought in four of five targets for 147 yards and two touchdowns in the Ravens' 59-10 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.
Brown had carried a questionable tag due to his recovering foot, but the rookie wasted no time eliminating any doubt about his health by shaking loose for a 47-yard touchdown grab just 6:23 into the contest. He one-upped himself a little over four minutes later, eviscerating the Dolphins' secondary with the aid of a beautiful throw from Lamar Jackson for an 83-yard score. With another pair of grabs on the afternoon, Brown made it a stellar all-around debut, one he'll look to follow up on successfully against the Cardinals in a Week 2 home matchup.
Brown (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Though he failed to practice in the Ravens' final session of the week Friday, Brown never appeared in much serious jeopardy of missing the Week 1 matchup. The dynamic rookie is expected to serve as one of Baltimore's starting receivers in the season opener, but Brown may not be in store for much week-to-week target volume with the Lamar Jackson-led attack expected to remain one of the NFL's more run-oriented offenses in 2019.
Despite his 'questionable' designation, Brown (foot) doesn't appear in danger of missing Sunday's game in Miami, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official website reports. "[Brown] will play in the game," coach John Harbaugh said Friday.
Added to the injury report Thursday as a full participant, Brown then was held out of Friday's practice. It may just be a matter of maintenance, with the rookie first-round pick coming off Lisfranc surgery in January. The extent of his role is a question mark, but it sounds like he'll at least be active Sunday against the Dolphins.
Brown (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Miami, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Brown appeared on Thursday's injury report due to a foot issue, but he was a full participant in that session. While the rookie wideout was held out entirely Friday, there's an expectation from coach John Harbaugh that Brown will take the field Week 1, per Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic. No matter, Brown's status will remain in limbo until about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
Coach John Harbaugh said Brown (foot) had no setbacks and will play in Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Brown was added to the injury report Thursday -- albeit as a full participant -- and wasn't spotted by the media at Friday's practice. Harbaugh seems to be hinting that it was part of a maintenance plan related to the rookie wide receiver's Lisfranc surgery in January. Whatever the case, another update should be available Friday afternoon after the Ravens release their final injury report.
Brown (foot) was not spotted at Friday's practice, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.
Brown popped up on Thursday's injury report with a foot injury, but he was a full participant in practice, so there was not much cause for concern. However, his absence Friday certainly raises an eyebrow and leaves his availability for Week 1 uncertain. The Ravens will provide an official update on Brown's status when their final injury report of the week comes out.
Coach John Harbaugh confirmed Brown is "full go" for Sunday's season opener in Miami.
Harbaugh mentioned the wideout's speed and reliable hands, but the coach also cautioned that the Ravens will need to be "vigilant in what we ask him to do," because Brown is a rookie who hasn't taken many practice reps while working his way back from Lisfranc surgery in January. The first-round pick did suit up for the final two weeks of the preseason, hauling in each of his three targets for 17 yards. With Willie Snead, Seth Roberts, Chris Moore, Miles Boykin and even Jaleel Scott all in the mix, it will be hard to get a read on Baltimore's WR usage until the team has played a game that counts. It's anyone's guess how snaps and targets are divided Sunday in Miami, though Brown and Boykin are the obvious upside plays in terms of long-term fantasy value.
Brown was not targeted during Thursday's 20-7 preseason win over Washington, but fumbled twice on two punt-return attempts.
The Ravens gave their rookie speedster a look at punt returner, and it didn't go well as Brown fumbled both of his attempts. Hollywood fumbled just once during his two seasons at Oklahoma, so the alarm bells shouldn't be sounding yet, but it might be something to think about given Brown's diminutive stature. At the very least, it'll probably be a while before he's asked to go back to field a punt again. Brown should have a role on offense Week 1 in Miami, though it isn't clear if he'll be a starter or get regular snaps.
Brown caught each of his three targets for 17 yards and lost four yards on one carry in Thursday's preseason win over the Eagles.
Baltimore held out a bunch of key players, including quarterback Lamar Jackson and slot receiver Willie Snead. The starting lineup featured Brown, Miles Boykin and Chris Moore as the wide receivers, with Brown ultimately logging 19 snaps in his first taste of NFL action. In addition to his four touches that counted, the rookie first-round pick had a two-point conversion called back on a holding penalty. Hard as it may be to get a read on his Week 1 role, it at least appears Brown will be available for Baltimore's Sept. 8 opener in Miami after working his way back from foot surgery.
Coach John Harbaugh said Brown is still adjusting to the speed of the NFL and the mental aspect of the game, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. "[Brown] has a ways to go with all of that," Harbaugh said. "I'm confident he'll get there, and we'll know what to do to use him, how to use him early in the season."
Harbaugh made his comments after Monday's joint practice with the Eagles, which marked the fourth consecutive practice Brown has taken part in. Working his way back from Lisfranc surgery in January, the rookie first-round pick has missed the first two weeks of the preseason but hopes to play in Thursday's exhibition against Philadelphia. It sounds like his role will be limited early in the season, with a chance to grow if he makes the most of his opportunities.
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