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Saturday, September 2, 12:36 AM
ESPN's Dan Graziano hears that Washington Commanders wide receiver Dyami Brown has been a standout this offseason, even in a talented receiving room that includes 2022 first-rounder Jahan Dotson and Terry McLaurin. McLaurin suffered a toe injury in the final preseason game that could linger into the regular season, which might open up opportunities for others further down the depth chart like Brown. The Commanders have been impressed with Brown's improvement and they like his ability to make contested catches. The 23-year-old also spent two years playing at North Carolina with new Commanders starting quarterback Sam Howell. Brown only has 39 targets in 30 career games, but he could become interesting in fantasy if injuries open up more playing time for him in 2023.