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Bengals' Chase Brown: Takes full reps Thursday
Brown (hamstring) was a full practice participant Thursday.
Brown opened Week 14 prep as a limited participant, though his ability to take every rep a day later likely confirms that his reps were capped Wednesday mainly for maintenance purposes after he took a season-high nine carries for 61 yards over his 11 snaps in Monday's 34-31 overtime win over Jacksonville. Meanwhile, lead back Joe Mixon scored two touchdowns but averaged fewer than 4.0 yards per carry for the second game in a row, which could prompt the Bengals to carve out a consistent role on the ground for Brown moving forward as the team seeks more efficiency for its rushing attack. Mixon should continue to rank as Cincinnati's clear top back on passing downs even if the coaching staff elects to lighten his workload as a ball carrier in future weeks.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Limited on Wednesday's estimate
Brown (hamstring) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's practice estimate, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Brown will look to return to full practice participation Thursday or Friday to clear up any concern about his availability for Sunday's game against the Colts. The running back missed four games while on injured reserve due to the hamstring issue, but he was reinstated ahead of Week 12 and has played in Cincinnati's last two games. He saw his biggest workload to date in this past Monday's 34-31 overtime win over Jacksonville, carrying nine times for 61 yards. Assuming the rookie fifth-round pick's listed limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related rather than the result of a setback, Brown should continue to have a role in Cincinnati's backfield rotation against Indianapolis on the heels of his strong showing in Week 13.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Plays on special teams in return
Brown failed to record a single carry or target in Sunday's 16-10 loss to the Steelers.
Brown returned to the field Sunday after four weeks on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, but he failed to play a single snap on offense. Instead, the rookie running back was used on special teams, playing just 11 snaps. Brown sits behind both Joe Mixon and Trayveon Williams on the depth chart, and he'll be far off the fantasy radar when the Bengals visit the Jaguars in Week 13.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Back in action Sunday
Brown (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Brown was activated from IR on Saturday, and he'll be in uniform for the first time since Week 6. In five games prior to landing in IR, the 2023 fifth-rounder carried just twice for six yards and caught three passes for seven yards, so until the rookie carves out a steady role behind top back Joe Mixon in a backfield that also includes Trayveon Williams, he'll be off the fantasy radar.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Activated off IR
The Bengals activated Brown (hamstring) off injured reserve Saturday.
Brown was nearing the end of his 21-day window to be activated before this move. He is now on the active roster, but it remains to be seen if he will be active for Sunday's tilt against the Steelers. When healthy, he is expected to provide depth at running back while also being an option to contribute on special teams.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Questionable after full practices
Brown (hamstring) is still on injured reserve but is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Brown will need to be activated from injured reserve by 4 p.m. ET on Saturday to play Sunday. The rookie running back had his 21-day window to return from injured reserve opened Monday and subsequently participated fully in all three of Cincinnati's practices. If he's activated for Sunday's game, Brown could split the opportunities behind Joe Mixon with Trayveon Williams and Chris Evans in a Bengals offense that may become more run-heavy after Joe Burrow's season-ending wrist injury.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Designated to return from IR
The Bengals designated Brown (hamstring) to return from injured reserve Monday.
The move opens Brown's 21-day practice window after he was initially sent to injured reserve on Oct. 28. The fifth-round rookie has appeared in five games, rushing two times for six yards and catching three passes for seven yards.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Moved to IR
The Bengals placed Brown (hamstring) on injured reserve Saturday.
Head coach Zac Taylor noted via Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site Friday that Brown picked up the injury in practice earlier in the week. He'll be forced to sit out for the next four games and will be eligible to return against the Steelers on Nov. 26. In the meantime, Trayveon Williams and Chris Evans will be in line for an increased workload behind starter Joe Mixon.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Ruled out for Week 8
Head coach Zac Taylor said Brown (hamstring) won't play Sunday against San Francisco and is week-to-week, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
Taylor confirmed that Brown injured his hamstring in practice earlier in the week. With the rookie running back sidelined, Trayveon Williams and Chris Evans will be on hand as backup options behind workhorse Joe Mixon against the 49ers.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Tending to hamstring injury
Brown (hamstring) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Brown and the Bengals are coming off a bye, so it would seem he picked up the hamstring issue at practice during the week. If he can't log a full practice Friday, he figures to carry an injury designation into the weekend.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Two touches in win
Brown rushed once for four yards and secured his only target for eight yards in Sunday's 17-13 win over the Seahawks.
Brown operated as Cincinnati's No. 3 back, playing just four of the Bengals' 54 offensive snaps Sunday. The rookie's one rushing attempt was his first since Week 2 while he has earned just one target through the air in each of the last three games. Barring an injury to starter Joe Mixon or primary backup Trayveon Williams, Brown will likely continue to see extremely limited usage in the Bengals' offense. Cincinnati heads into a Week 7 bye before returning to visit the 49ers in Week 8.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Suiting up again
Brown is active for the second consecutive game Week 4 against the Titans, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Brown got the chance to make his season debut last week and played a few snaps on special teams, in addition to getting his first career carry. The reason for that was largely assumed to be fellow running back depth option Chris Evans sitting out with a hamstring injury, but Evans is back this week, and Brown remains active. Still, both options will presumably be working behind Joe Mixon and Trayveon Williams. While it represents progress for Brown, the rookie still has several hurdles to climb before obtaining fantasy relevance.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Gets first NFL carry
Brown played one offensive snap in Sunday's loss to the Ravens and had one carry for two yards.
Brown also played seven snaps on special teams. He was active after sitting out the Week 1 loss to the Browns thanks to Chris Evans (hamstring) being sidelined, but Brown is also currently behind Trayveon Williams in the pecking order at running back.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Will make debut
Brown is active Sunday against the Ravens, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports.
Brown was a healthy scratch Week 1, but with No. 3 running back Chris Evans (hamstring) inactive, the Illinois product will get the chance to operate in that role Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Chase Brown: Won't debut Week 1
Brown (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Browns.
A rookie fifth-round pick, Brown had an underwhelming preseason but still landed a spot on the Bengals' 53-man roster. However, it appears the Illinois product is still buried on the depth chart, as Trayveon Williams and Chris Evans will operate as the primary backups to Joe Mixon in Week 1.... See More ... See Less
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