- Height / Weight
- 6'2" / 205 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- January 8, 1990 (29)
- 7th Season
- 2013 / Rd. / Pk. (ARZ FA)
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown has been a ghost for weeks, but as a reminder to all fantasy owners that Seattles receiving corps is actually quite deep, he was targeted for a pair of touchdowns this week. In his first targets in a month, Brown hauled in three passes for 67 yards and two scores. Brown was considered a solid addition when he was brought in, but he was quickly supplanted by David Moore as the teams No. 3 receiver. Instead, Brown has mostly been a decoy. While this game was great, its unfortunately likely just a bright spot in an otherwise quiet season. Brown shouldnt be owned in any but the deepest fantasy leagues.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown hadn't been targeted in weeks, but that didn't mean quarterback Russell Wilson had forgotten about him. On the opening drive in London, Wilson found Brown for a 5-yard touchdown to put the Seahawks on the board and set the pace for the rest of the game. It was Brown's only touch of the game, and he's still not fantasy relevant in any but the very deepest of leagues, but it was a nice reminder that Seattle's under-the-radar offense is overflowing with options on every play.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jaron Brown was considered a bit of a sleeper coming into the season because his home run ability made it questionable how the team was exactly going to use him. Unfortunately, he's been an afterthought for the majority of the year, logging just four receptions for 43 yards heading into the Dallas game on Sunday. He still didn't see much action in Week 3, but he did play a big role when he snagged the team's first touchdown of the game. It's only Brown's 10th TD of his career, and it was a crucial one as Seattle followed it to their first win of the season. Brown will likely see his usage drop even more when Doug Baldwin returns, but expect Seattle to keep him in their back pocket as a surprise once in a while.