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Receiving Yards
Longest Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Jan 8, 2023 4 95 37 0 9
Jan 1, 2023 4 97 78 1 15
Dec 24, 2022 6 103 48 0 10
Dec 18, 2022 9 181 68 0 18
Dec 11, 2022 4 70 33 1 13


Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
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vs 30 24
@ 21 21
vs 16 20
@ 20 21
@ 1 13
vs 18 20
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vs 28 22
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vs 24 21
vs 27 22
@ 28 22
@ 4 17
vs 9 18
vs 5 17
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Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 88 1496 17.00 11 0.00 21112.4
2021 63 869 13.79 5 10 5.00 1179
3y Avg. 74 1147 15.50 9 3 3.00 16611.1
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Catches long touchdown

    Brown recorded six catches on eight targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 38-35 Super Bowl loss to the Chiefs. Brown made his presence known early in the game when he made an impressive 45-yard grab for a touchdown to kick off the second quarter. He also chipped in some additional production, highlighted by a 22-yard reception just before halftime to set up a field goal. The effort capped Brown's first season in Philadelphia, during which he posted a career-best 88 receptions and 1,496 yards across 17 regular-season games.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Manages four catches in rout

    Brown caught four of eight targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. The Eagles' passing game never had to ramp it up, as Brock Purdy (elbow) got hurt early for the Niners, and their offense struggled with journeyman Josh Johnson (concussion) under center. As a result, Brown had a second straight quiet playoff performance after reaching at least 70 yards in six straight games to close out the regular season. The hip issue that's slowed the fourth-year wideout in practice lately may have also been a factor, but Brown will have two weeks to heal up before the Super Bowl.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Clear of injury report

    Brown (hip) isn't listed Wednesday on the Eagles' first injury report ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers. Brown was slow to get to his feet a few times during the later stages of this past Saturday's divisional-round win against the Giants. He touched on the subject Sunday, telling Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer that his left hip got banged up during the contest. According to McLane, Brown also said that he's "good to go" prior to Wednesday's walk-through, which was confirmed now that his name wasn't included among Philadelphia's injured players on the active roster. Brown thus is set to face a San Francisco defense that was vulnerable against wide receivers during the regular season, ranking 26th in yards per target (8.5) and tied for 26th in total touchdowns (18) allowed.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Downplays hip issue

    Brown tweaked his left hip in Saturday's 38-7 win over the Giants in the divisional round, but he told the Eagles training and coaching staffs that he'll be fine moving forward, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Because the Eagles raced out to a 28-0 halftime lead, Brown was afforded some rest late in the contest and finished the victory with three catches for 22 yards on six targets while playing 51 of 69 snaps on offense (73.9 percent). The hip issue doesn't look to be anything that will affect Brown's availability for the NFC Championship Game matchup with the 49ers this coming Sunday, but Brown could have his reps managed early on during the practice week as a precaution. By the time Sunday arrives, however, Brown should be ready to handle a full workload as the Eagles aim to return to the Super Bowl for the second time in six seasons.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Quiet in divisional-round win

    Brown brought in three of six targets for 22 yards in the Eagles' 38-7 divisional-round win over the Giants on Saturday night. Brown turned in a surprisingly middling showing in a game during which the Eagles offense was close to clicking on all cylinders. The Giants appeared to do a good job limiting Brown with star cornerback Adoree' Jackson, but fellow pass catchers DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert were able to take advantage. Brown will aim to atone for the quiet performance in an NFC Championship Game battle against either the Cowboys or 49ers a week from Sunday.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Leading receiver in win

    Brown caught four of 10 targets for 95 yards in Sunday's 22-16 win over the Giants. Even with Jalen Hurts being held back in his return from a shoulder strain, Brown still nearly recorded his sixth 100-yard game of the season. The 25-year-old wideout wraps up his first regular season in Philadelphia with 88 catches on 145 targets for 1,496 yards, all career highs, and 11 touchdowns (tying the mark he hit in 2020), and he and Hurts will now get a week to rest with the Eagles having secured the top seed in the NFC and a first-round bye.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Breaks free for long touchdown

    Brown recorded four catches on nine targets for 97 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Saints. The Eagles offense was held in check for much of the day, and Brown had only two catches for 15 yards until late in the third quarter. Things changed quickly, however, as he had a catch and run of 78 yards to reach the end zone and account for the longest play of the day by either team. Brown has either a touchdown or 100 receiving yards in each of his last six games.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Good to go

    Brown (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Saints. Brown and RB Miles Sanders (knee) both resumed full practice participation Friday and avoided injury designations for Week 17, while QB Jalen Hurts (shoulder) is listed as doubtful. Brown topped 100 yard last week in Gardner Minshew's first start of the season, albeit with teammate DeVonta Smith having an even bigger game in a close, shootout loss to the Cowboys.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Stays limited at practice

    Brown (rest/knee) was a limited practice participant Thursday. The Eagles have held back-to-back walkthroughs this week, for which Brown has had a cap on his reps. Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer noted that Brown was donning a compression sleeve on his left leg as he went through drills. Considering 'rest' was added next to Brown's name on Thursday's injury report, he may not be in any danger of sitting out Sunday against the Saints. Friday's report will reveal whether he has a designation ahead of that contest.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Limited by knee issue

    Brown was a limited participant at Wednesday's walk-through session due to a knee injury. While top quarterback Jalen Hurts (shoulder) and running back Miles Sanders (knee) were listed as non-participants, Brown at least was able to log some on-field reps as the team kicked off Week 17 prep. Brown has yet to miss a game this season and has seen at least 80 percent of the snaps in eight consecutive contests, so Philadelphia may be capping his workload in practice to keep him as healthy as possible ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Saints.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Another 100-yard performance

    Brown hauled in six of eight targets for 103 yards during Saturday's 40-34 loss at Dallas. Since a sparse Week 10 performance against the Commanders (one seven-yard catch on four targets), Brown has notched 100 receiving yards three times over the last six outings, with that trio all coming in the past four contests. Overall, during that six-game stretch, he's accrued a 36-579-4 line on 53 targets. And the most recent outburst from Brown occurred with Gardner Minshew and not Jalen Hurts (shoulder) under center. There's also a chance Hurts misses a Week 17 matchup with the Saints on Sunday, Jan. 1, but Brown's production doesn't appear to be bothered by the Eagles' quarterback change.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Career-high 181 yards in win

    Brown caught nine of 16 targets for 181 yards in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Bears. DeVonta Smith accounted for 104 of Jalen Hurts' 139 passing yards in the first half, while Brown turned his team-leading six targets into just two catches for 25 yards. In the third quarter, Brown got the Eagles down to the two-yard line with a 29-yard catch to set up Hurts' second rushing touchdown of the afternoon. Then, in the fourth, a 68-yard catch helped Brown overtake Smith for the team lead in receiving yards for the game. Brown had a three-game touchdown streak snapped in this one, but the star wide receiver set a new single-game career high in receiving yards thanks to his 156-yard second half, giving him plenty of momentum heading into a Week 16 trip to Dallas.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Team-high receiving yardage Sunday

    Brown secured four of six targets for 70 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' 48-22 win over the Giants on Sunday. Brown didn't come close to matching his stellar totals from the Week 13 win over his old Titans squad, but he still led the Eagles in receiving yards and secured his 10th touchdown of the season on a 33-yard grab just before the halfway point of the second quarter. He also eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark on the season with Sunday's production, and he'll carry a three-game streak with at least one scoring reception into a Week 15 road battle versus the Bears.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Crushes former team

    Brown recorded eight receptions on 10 targets for 119 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 35-10 win over the Titans. Brown faced Tennessee for the first time since being traded during the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft. He made his former team pay, delivering touchdowns of 40 and 29 yards to account for the majority of his production. While this marked only his third game of the season surpassing 100 receiving yards, Brown continues to find the end zone at a tremendous clip. He now has nine touchdowns for the season, six of which have come in his last six games.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Mixed results in Week 12

    Brown caught four of six targets for 46 yards and a touchdown Sunday, but he also lost a fumble in a 40-33 win over Green Bay. Brown converted a short catch for a score -- his seventh of the campaign -- to help offset an early turnover in an eventual shootout victory. Overall, it was a step in the right direction after the star wideout produced just 67 yards and no scores over his last two contests. Jalen Hurts and Miles Sanders did the heavy lifting against the Packers' porous rush defense (300 combined rushing yards), but Brown and the passing attack may need to flip that script against the Titans' far-superior defensive front Sunday.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Cleared to play

    Brown (illness) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Packers. Brown returned to practice Friday as a full participant after being limited Thursday, but he admitted afterward that he was still feeling somewhat sick. While the illness might have some affect on his stamina and/or workload, Brown is cleared to play and belongs in most fantasy lineups this week.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Will practice Friday

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said that Brown (illness) will be back at practice Friday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Brown missed Thursday's practice with an illness after avoiding the injury report entirely Wednesday, so it's encouraging to see him back on the field and handling reps, even if he ultimately does so in a limited fashion. The Eagles have yet to determine whether Brown will carry an injury designation into Sunday's contest against the Packers, but more information on that front will be revealed later Friday. Meanwhile, fellow wideout DeVonta Smith (knee) was a limited participant Thursday and could also carry a designation into the weekend.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Contained on the road

    Brown caught five passes for 60 yards on seven targets against Indianapolis on Sunday. The Colts undeniably tried to roll their coverage toward Brown, and they had some measure of success containing the star receiver and reducing the Philadelphia passing game to more of a dink-and-dunk attack as opposed to its usual big-play profile. Brown's abilities make him almost matchup-proof as long as the Eagles can keep Jalen Hurts upright, so a bigger game against Green Bay in Week 12 is certainly within reach.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Avoids injury designation

    Brown (ankle/rest) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Colts, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Brown reportedly rolled his ankle in the first half last week when he caught only one pass for seven yards in a loss to Washington, but he managed limited practices Wednesday and Thursday before upgrading to full participation Friday. Fellow wideout DeVonta Smith (knee) also avoided an injury designation and should be fine to handle his usual role Sunday against CB Stephon Gilmore and the Colts.
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  • Eagles' A.J. Brown: Another limited practice

    Brown (ankle/rest) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday. During the media-access portion of the session, both Brown and DeVonta Smith (knee) were spotted hauling in passes during individual drills, per Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Both wide receivers maintained their activity level for a second straight day, which, in Brown's case, isn't a surprise after he rolled his ankle during this past Monday's loss to the Commanders. In the end, Friday's injury report will reveal whether or not Brown enters the weekend with a designation for Sunday's contest at Indianapolis.
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