Eagles WR A.J. Brown (knee) practiced fully on Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation in advance of Week 17 vs. the Saints. Brown has been an elite fantasy option all season. Without QB Jalen Hurts last week vs. the Cowboys, he logged 103 receiving yards with 6 receptions on 8 targets from QB Gardner Minshew. There's no reason to believe Brown will slow down on Sunday. Fire him up with confidence in your lineups.
Eagles WR A.J. Brown roped 3 of 6 targets for 22 yards in Saturday's Divisional Round win vs. the Giants. Teammate WR DeVonta Smith led the team in receiving in this contest, corraling 6 of 10 targets for 61 yards and 1 TD. TE Dallas Goedert also found the end zone in addition to 5 receptions and 58 yards of his own. QB Jalen Hurts was extremely efficient as a passer in this contest, but the game plan was considerably more focused on the rushing attack. Fantasy managers who roster Brown in playoff contests will hope for better luck next week.
Eagles WR A.J. Brown (knee/rest) logged limited participation at practice again on Thursday. It's clear the Eagles are being cautious with Brown based on his injury designation. We'll have a better idea tomorrow as to whether or not he'll get the green light to play in Week 17 vs. the Saints.
Eagles WR A.J. Brown (knee) is listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's practice report. It's too soon to tell how this will affect his status for Week 17 vs. the Saints. Track this storyline as the week unfolds.
WRs A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith dominated Eagles receiving in Sunday's narrow win over the Bears. Brown led the team in targets (16), receptions (9) and yards (181). Smith added a 5-126 line on 8 targets. WR Quez Watkins was the only other Eagle to exceed 2 looks, catching 4 of his 6 for a mere 6 yards.
Eagles WR A.J. Brown caught 8 balls for 119 yards and 2 TDs in Sunday's beatdown of the team that traded him in April. Brown led the team with 10 targets, notching scores from 40 and 29 yards out. His longer TD came a play after Brown appeared to score from the same distance but just missed getting a 2nd foot down inbounds. WR DeVonta Smith added 5-102-1 receiving, averaging 20.4 yards per catch. Philly's WRs face another soft secondary in their Week 14 matchup with the Giants.
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