|Team:||Green Bay Packers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'5" / 214 lb.|
|Born:||September 30, 1996|
|Drafted:||2018 / Rd. 6 (207)|
St. Brown had seven receptions for 117 yards and a touchdown and one carry for seven yards over 12 games in 2020.
Analysis: St. Brown was inactive for Week 1 and spent the next several weeks on injured reserve, but he appeared in every game after the Packers' Week 5 bye and eventually settled into the fourth spot on the depth chart. While St. Brown did not contribute much last season, he remains under contract with the Packers for another year, so he's a good bet to earn a roster spot in 2021. Even if he comes away with one, though, it seems unlikely he would open any higher on the depth chart than where he finished the previous campaign.
St. Brown (ankle/knee) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Buccaneers, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: St. Brown was limited in practice all week due to a pair of injuries, but his status for Sunday's playoff game never seemed to be in real jeopardy. He's all set to handle his usual offensive role behind Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
St. Brown (knee/ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: St. Brown has been regularly featured on Green Bay's injury report since coming off IR in Week 6 of the regular season, but he hasn't actually missed any time since then. The No. 4 wideout, who caught one of two targets for 27 yards against the Rams last weekend, shouldn't been in any real danger for Sunday's NFC Championship game against the Buccaneers.
St. Brown (knee) is not listed on Thursday's injury report, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Analysis: St. Brown had his practice reps capped due to lingering knee injury this week, as per usual, but he's all set for Saturday's NFC divisional-round matchup against the Rams. He'll handle his usual offensive role behind Davante Adams, Allen Lazard and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
St. Brown (knee) was listed as a limited participant on Tuesday's practice estimate.
Analysis: St. Brown has been a regular on the injury report, but he's played in 10 straight games and should be fine again this week. The third-year wideout hasn't logged more than 18 offensive snaps in a game since the Week 12 win over the Bears. St. Brown should manage a similar role in the NFC divisional-round game against the Rams.
St. Brown was targeted once and did not catch a pass in Sunday's victory over the Bears.
Analysis: St. Brown hauled in his first career touchdown pass in Week 16, but he made only a blip in the box score Sunday. St. Brown finished fourth among Packers wideouts in snaps in each of the team's last five games, but in addition to the score, he racked up just five targets, three receptions and 43 yards over that span.
St. Brown (knee) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bears, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
Analysis: Limited practices have been the standard for St. Brown this season, but he's been in the lineup in every game since making his season debut in Week 6. The third-year receiver is still a rare offensive contributor, adding just seven receptions for 117 yards and a touchdown this season.
St. Brown (knee) was a partial participant at Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: St. Brown has had his reps limited at practice since returning to the field in Week 6, so this news is not too concerning. He caught his only target in last week's victory over the Titans and recorded his first career touchdowns. Assuming he can overcome his knee issue, the Notre Dame product will look to carry that momentum into Week 17 against the Bears.
St. Brown hauled in a 21-yard touchdown pass in Sunday's victory over the Titans.
Analysis: St. Brown was targeted only once in Sunday's contest, but he made the most of the opportunity, finding paydirt for the first time in his career. St. Brown was the only Packers wideout besides Davante Adams to do anything of note in Week 16, but he still finished a distant fourth among players at his position in snaps played, and was on the field for just one more play than fifth wideout Tavon Austin.
St. Brown (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Titans, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The 24-year-old has been nursing the injury for the past couple weeks, but he's clear to play Sunday versus Tennessee. St. Brown has played fewer than 20 offensive snaps with two catches for 22 yards over the past three games.
St. Brown (knee) was listed as a limited participant during Thursday's practice session, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: That makes back-to-back limited sessions for the Notre Dame product, after he battled through his knee issue to gain Week 15 activation against Carolina. St. Brown's practice workload may be remaining tempered as the team attempts to avoid re-injury for the 24-year-old wideout. Friday's injury update will help gleam more detail on his potential Week 16 availability for a primetime matchup against Tennessee.
St. Brown (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: St. Brown has had a cap on his practice reps since retaking the field Week 6, so there's no reason to believe his availability is in real danger. With just six catches for 96 yards on the year, however, St. Brown will be off the fantasy radar in most formats heading into Sunday's game against the Titans.
St. Brown was not targeted in Saturday's victory over the Panthers.
Analysis: St. Brown overcame a knee injury and took the field Saturday, but he played only a bit role in Week 15, finishing a distant fourth among Packers wideouts with 11 snaps. The Packers' receiving corps is at full strength, so in Week 16 St. Brown will remain at-best the fourth option in what is mainly a three-receiver offense.
St. Brown (knee) was removed from the injury report after contributing a limited practice session Thursday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Analysis: St. Brown's role has remained peripheral over the 2020 campaign, with just one start to his name and two appearances with more than 25 offensive snaps. Of late, however, he's been slightly more involved, with at least one reception in four consecutive weeks heading into Saturday night's matchup against Carolina. Over his first five outings of the year, the Notre Dame product managed just one catch for 12 yards.
St. Brown (knee) was a limited participant on Tuesday's practice estimate.
Analysis: St. Brown's knee injury has lingered all season, and there's no indication that he's in danger of missing Saturday's game against the Panthers. The third-year wide receiver has logged fewer than 20 offensive snaps in three of four games since Allen Lazard (abdomen) returned from IR. His role isn't expected to grow this week.
St. Brown (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Analysis: The 24-year-old was limited to 11 offensive snaps last week due to the concussion, but he was able to clear the concussion protocol this week. St. Brown should continue to operate as a reserve option in the passing game.
St. Brown (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: St. Brown practiced fully Friday, but he still needs to clear the final hurdles of the league's five-step concussion protocol. The 24-year-old appears to be on the right track. Malik Taylor (hamstring) is also questionable, and if both end up inactive, newcomer Tavon Austin could be thrust into the No. 4 receiver role.
St. Brown (concussion) was a limited participant during Thursday's practice.
Analysis: The Packers' receiving depth is currently a bit thin, as Allen Lazard (abdomen), Malik Taylor (hamstring) and St. Brown were all limited Thursday. It was a positive sign for St. Brown to practice in some fashion, as he was forced to miss Wednesday's session completely. It appears the Notre Dame product is still in the league's concussion protocol, however, so he'll need to be officially cleared in order to suit up in Week 14's game against Detroit.
St. Brown (concussion/knee) didn't suit up in Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: St. Brown left last week's game against the Eagles while being evaluated for a concussion, as it's unclear if he was officially diagnosed. The depth receiver will need to clear the league's concussion protocol as well has a knee issue in order to play in Week 14 against Detroit.
St. Brown is being evaluated for a concussion and his return to Sunday's game against the Eagles is questionable.
Analysis: The Packers likely won't throw again as they look to run out the clock on a late lead, so the depth receiver likely won't need to see the field again in this one. St. Brown will need to pass the league's five-step concussion protocol in order to play in Week 14 against the Lions.
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