|Ht / Wt:||6'5" / 214 lb.|
|Born:||September 30, 1996|
|Drafted:||2018 / Rd. 6 (207)|
St. Brown got some work with the starting offense during the offseason program, Wes Hodkiewicz of Packers.com reports.
Analysis: Davante Adams, Geronimo Allison and Marquez Valdes-Scantling reportedly got most of the first-team reps, with St. Brown, Jake Kumerow, Trevor Davis and J'Mon Moore also mixing in. St. Brown seems to have made a full recovery from the concussion that held him out for Week 17 of his rookie season, but he's no lock to stick on the 53-man roster for the start of the 2019 campaign. Allison, Valdes-Scantling and Kumero all seem to have made a stronger impression during the offseason program.
St. Brown (concussion) is inactive Sunday against Detroit.
Analysis: St. Brown's presence on the inactive list comes as little surprise, as the wideout entered the week with a doubtful tag after failing to take the practice field. The rookie is coming off his best game of the season with five catches for 94 yards in Week 16, but he'll be unavailable to keep that momentum going in the regular season finale. With Davante Adams (knee) also on the inactive list, the Green Bay receiving corps will be led by Randall Cobb and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
St. Brown (concussion) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Lions, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: St. Brown's presumed absence is partially cancelled out by the return of Randall Cobb from a concussion of his own, but this will still be a shaky receiving corps if Davante Adams (knee) can't go. Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Jake Kumerow are the top candidate to absorb St. Brown's vacated snaps, with the rookie sixth-round pick robbed of the opportunity to continue his late-season momentum. St. Brown caught five passes for 94 yards in last week's win over the Jets, improving his rookie-year efficiency marks to 15.6 yards per catch and 9.1 per target. He's likely earned the opportunity to compete for a starting job in 2019.
St. Brown (concussion) wasn't participating in the portion of Thursday's practice that was available to the media, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Analysis: The rookie was at least able to get in some cardio work off to the side on a stationary bike, but he'll go down as a non-participant for the second straight practice. The Packers would likely need to see St. Brown advance to at least limited participation Friday to feel good about his chances to play in the season finale Sunday against the Lions. St. Brown is coming off a strong Week 16 performance in the win over the Jets, during which he hauled in all five of his targets for 94 yards. If he suits up in Week 17, St. Brown would likely work ahead of fellow first-year player Marquez Valdes-Scantling in three-receiver formations.
St. Brown (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: St. Brown was removed from Sunday's 44-38 win over the Jets midway through the fourth quarter, finishing with five catches for 94 yards on five targets. He's probably hoping for a chance to build on the breakout performance, but the Packers might prefer a cautious approach when dealing with a brain injury ahead of a Week 17 game that's devoid of playoff implications. Fellow wideouts Davante Adams (knee) and Randall Cobb (concussion) also missed practice Wednesday, though the former said he expects to play Sunday against the Lions.
St. Brown is under evaluation for a head injury suffered Sunday against the Jets.
Analysis: At the point of his departure midway through the fourth quarter, St. Brown led the Packers with 94 yards on his five receptions. If he enters the concussion protocol, he would be in danger of missing the final game of his rookie campaign.
St. Brown caught one pass for seven yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears.
Analysis: St. Brown was targeted three times for the second week in a row, but he did not make any noticeable impact in Week 15. His snap count did rise for the second week in a row, and he seems to have overtaken Marquez Valdes-Scantling for the No. 3 receiver spot on the Packers' depth chart. That does give him a small bit of intrigue for those looking for deep sleepers in Week 16, as the Packers will square off against a Jets defense that has been routinely beaten by opposing wide receivers all season. Still, with just three receptions for 19 yards over the last three weeks, there is not a lot in his favor outside the boost in playing time.
St. Brown caught two passes for 12 yards in Sunday's victory over the Falcons.
Analysis: St. Brown played more snaps than fellow rookie wideout Marquez Valdes-Scantling for the first time this season, but he still finished fourth on the team in targets -- third among receivers -- and failed to reach the 20-yard mark for the fifth time in six games. He figures to continue playing a ancillary role as long as the Packers remain in playoff contention.
St. Brown played 15 snaps but was not targeted in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals.
Analysis: St. Brown averaged 37 snaps between Weeks 10-12, but his playing time took a hit Sunday with fellow receivers Randall Cobb and Jake Kumerow returning from injuries. St. Brown figures to remain involved to some degree the rest of the way, but he was not very productive during the three-week streak previously mentioned -- he averaged just 24 yards per game -- and now finds himself back in the No. 4 spot on the Packers' wide-receiver ladder.
St. Brown (elbow) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against Arizona, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: St. Brown never advanced beyond limited participation in practice this week, but the lack of designation suggests any restrictions the wideout faced were likely maintenance-related. Though the elbow issue shouldn't impact St. Brown's usage in Week 13, the potential return of Randall Cobb (hamstring) might limit the rookie's involvement in three-receiver formations.
St. Brown (elbow) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: St. Brown's reps have been restricted for back-to-back days, so he may need to put in a full practice Friday to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. If he suits up this weekend, it's possible St. Brown's role could be scaled back a bit, as the Packers remain hopeful that fellow wideout Randall Cobb (hamstring) may be ready to return from a three-game absence.
St. Brown was limited in practice Wednesday due to an elbow injury, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: St. Brown matched his career high in targets with five this past Sunday at Minnesota, turning them into three catches for 53 yards. He emerged from the contest with an elbow issue, but with two practices to go this week he has plenty of time to rid himself of a designation for a Week 12 matchup versus the Cardinals.
St. Brown (elbow) caught three passes for 53 yards and had one carry for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Analysis: St. Brown got involved early, receiving all four of his touches in the first half, but he injured his elbow in the third quarter, and did nothing else after that despite returning to the game. Part of that was due to the ineffectiveness of the Packers' offense as a whole, but that's little solace for fantasy players who took a chance on him this week. St. Brown played the third-most snaps among Packers receivers for the second straight week, but it remains to be seen if that streak will extend to three, depending on his injury and the status of fellow wideout Randall Cobb (hamstring).
St. Brown (elbow) returned to Sunday's game against the Vikings, Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
Analysis: St. Brown picked up an elbow injury in the third quarter, but the receiver's return to the field is evidence it isn't severe.
St. Brown suffered an elbow injury during Sunday's game in Minnesota and is questionable to return , Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The rookie wideout seems to be gearing up for a return, catching passes on the sideline from backup quarterback DeShone Kizer, per Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. St. Brown hauled in each of his three targets for 53 yards prior to exiting the contest in the third quarter. He briefly went to the locker room and then came back to the sideline with his elbow taped.
St. Brown caught one pass for 16 yards in Thursday's loss to the Seahawks.
Analysis: St. Brown was on the field for a season-high 87.8 percent of the snaps Thursday, but he was only able to come down with one of the four passes thrown his direction. His snap count increased each of the last three weeks, but if fellow receiver Randall Cobb (hamstring) is able to return to action in Week 12, St. Brown's opportunities will likely take a hit.
St. Brown caught two passes for three yards in Sunday's victory over the Dolphins.
Analysis: St. Brown operated as the Packers' third receiver Sunday and was on the field for 57 percent of the Packers' 57 plays, his highest number since Week 5. However, on a day where the Packers dominated on the ground and quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for only 199 yards, he was not counted on for much. St. Brown's standing on the depth chart in Week 11 will depend on whether or not fellow receivers Randall Cobb (hamstring) and Trevor Davis (hamstring) will play, but with just five catches for 38 yards since the Packers' Week 7 bye, it will be tough to trust him in fantasy lineups regardless.
St. Brown is expected to start Sunday's game versus the Dolphins with Randall Cobb (hamstring) inactive.
Analysis: The Packers' passing attack is without regulars Geronimo Allison (groin) for the rest of the season and Cobb this week, leaving less competition than normal for snaps. Working behind Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Jimmy Graham, St. Brown will have an opportunity to get in on the act. Over the last four games, St. Brown has averaged 11.9 YPT on 12 targets but hasn't reached the end zone in his brief career.
St. Brown caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
Analysis: St. Brown operated as the Packers' fourth receiver Sunday with fellow wideout Geronimo Allison (hamstring/groin) sidelined, and although he was targeted four times during the 15 plays he was on the field for, he was only able to come up with the one short reception. St. Brown has shown some promise, but he hasn't been productive enough to do much for fantasy players, and he figures to move back down the depth chart again when Allison is able to return.
St. Brown (knee) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Patriots, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The knee issue never seemed to be a major concern, as St. Brown was able to practice throughout the week, albeit in a limited capacity Thursday and Friday. The rookie was limited to just six offensive snaps in the Week 7 loss to the Rams while Green Bay had all its key receivers at full strength, but the team could be down a member Sunday with Geronimo Allison (hamstring/groin) listed as doubtful for the contest. Marquez Valdes-Scantling would likely move into the starting lineup and benefit the most if Allison is in fact out, but St. Brown would presumably see his snap count pick up as well as part of the Packers' receiver rotation.
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