A.J. Brown Fantasy Stats

#11 WR  |  Philadelphia Eagles

Height / Weight 6'1"  /  226 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jun 30, 1997 (27)
Experience 6 seasons
Drafted 2019  /  Rd. 2  /  Pk. 51   (TEN)
College Mississippi

Season Stats

Career 77 379 599 5947 42 91 9.9 15.7 5 70 14.0 1 7 5 16.0 1228.7

Game Log

1Sep 10, 2023PHINE710790237.911.30000014.9
2Sep 14, 2023PHIMIN46290124.87.2000006.9
3Sep 25, 2023PHITB9141310289.414.60000022.1
4Oct 1, 2023PHIWAS91317525913.519.40000038.5
5Oct 8, 2023PHILAR6812703815.921.20000018.7
6Oct 15, 2023PHINYJ7913104914.618.70000020.1
7Oct 22, 2023PHIMIA10151371429.113.70000029.7
8Oct 29, 2023PHIWAS8813022516.216.20000033.0
9Nov 5, 2023PHIDAL79661207.39.40000019.6
11Nov 20, 2023PHIKC148082.08.0000001.8
12Nov 26, 2023PHIBUF59371114.17.40000014.7
13Dec 3, 2023PHISF8131140388.814.20000019.4
14Dec 10, 2023PHIDAL913940247.210.40001116.4
15Dec 18, 2023PHISEA510560155.611.20000010.6
16Dec 25, 2023PHINYG611800327.313.30000014.0
17Dec 31, 2023PHIARI455301810.613.2000009.3
18Jan 7, 2024PHINYG119099.09.000011-0.1

Eagles Depth Chart


Jalen Hurts

Kenny Pickett


Saquon Barkley

Kenneth Gainwell

Will Shipley


DeVonta Smith

John Ross


A.J. Brown

Johnny Wilson


Parris Campbell

Ainias Smith

Britain Covey


Dallas Goedert

C.J. Uzomah

Grant Calcaterra


Jordan Mailata

Fred Johnson


Landon Dickerson

Trevor Keegan


Cam Jurgens

Dylan McMahon


Tyler Steen

Matt Hennessy

Max Scharping


Lane Johnson

Mekhi Becton


Reed Blankenship

Mekhi Garner


Milton Williams

PJ Mustipher

Thomas Booker IV


Jalen Carter

Moro Ojomo


Bryce Huff

Brandon Graham

Jalyx Hunt


Josh Sweat

Nolan Smith Jr.

Patrick Johnson


Darius Slay Jr.

Kelee Ringo


C.J. Gardner-Johnson

Sydney Brown

Tristin McCollum


Quinyon Mitchell

James Bradberry IV

Josh Jobe


Cooper DeJean

Avonte Maddox

Eli Ricks

Tyler Hall

A.J. Brown News

A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown Staying In Philadelphia On Massive Contract

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown has signed a three-year, $96 million contract, which is the highest for any wide receiver in NFL history. This contract keeps him as an Eagle through 2029. Brown struggled toward the end of last season, and there were growing concerns that the All-Pro was interested in leaving Philadelphia. This massive extension puts those rumors to rest. Despite the disappointing finish, the 26-year-old tallied 1,456 yards and seven touchdowns. Brown will again be considered a top-tier wide receiver in fantasy drafts this year and will serve as the primary target for Jalen Hurts.
Apr 26   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown Shuts Down Trade Rumors

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown said on 94 WIP Sports Radio in Philadelphia that he wants to stay with the team. "I have no problem. I want to be here, it's as simple as that. I love where I'm at, it's as simple as that. Next question," Brown said. The 26-year-old Pro Bowl wideout was calling into the radio station to dispel rumors that he could be a trade candidate this offseason. He also said he has no issues with quarterback Jalen Hurts after the team's late-season meltdown in 2023 that culminated in a wild-card loss to the Buccaneers. Brown is entering the second year of his four-year, $100 million extension and will continue being Hurts' top target in the passing game. The no-doubt WR1 in fantasy had 1,456 receiving yards -- his fourth 1,000-yard season in five years -- and seven TDs on a career-high 106 catches last year.
Feb 24   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown Ruled Out For Wild-Card Round

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) has been ruled out for his team's wild-card matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night. Brown injured his knee during a Week 18 loss to the New York Giants and will not be able to suit up in his team's playoff game, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. According to Schefter, Brown worked hard in his rehab to get on the field vs. Tampa Bay but he will be held out of the contest. Brown has reportedly progressed enough in his rehab that if the Eagles can beat the Buccaneers and advance to the next round of the playoffs, he could return to action. With Brown out, DeVonta Smith and Dallas Goedert become high-end plays in DFS contests while Quez Watkins becomes a name worth sprinkling into tournament lineups.
Jan 13   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

No A.J. Brown At Practice On Friday

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) was not seen at practice on Friday for the second straight day this week. Brown injured his knee in the Week 18 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday, and although it's not believed to be a serious injury, he has yet to practice this week and is a big question mark for Monday's wild-card playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Given his high DFS salary and the fact that quarterback Jalen Hurts (finger) dislocated the middle finger on his right throwing hand last week, Brown has become an extremely risky fantasy lineup option for the first round of the playoffs. DeVonta Smith (ankle), who missed Week 18, and tight end Dallas Goedert could be heavily involved in the passing attack if Brown is out or limited against Tampa Bay.
Jan 12   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

No Practice For A.J. Brown Thursday

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) was not seen at practice with the rest of the team on Thursday. Brown went down early in the Week 18 loss to the New York Giants with what looked like a painful knee injury. We haven't really gotten too many specifics on Brown's injury, although it's not considered serious. Still, the 26-year-old will probably need to get back on the practice field to have a shot at suiting up on Monday night in the wild-card game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brown was one of the best wideouts in fantasy in 2023 with his fourth 1,000-yard season and seven touchdowns on a career-high 106 receptions in 17 games, but he'll have bust potential in DFS if he plays on wild-card weekend and isn't at 100 percent. He's currently the third-most expensive receiver on DraftKings.
Jan 11   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown's Injury Not Believed To Be Serious

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) was scheduled to undergo an MRI exam earlier this week, but the NFL Network's Mike Garafolo says from his understanding, Brown's knee injury isn't believed to be serious. The 26-year-old went down in the Week 18 loss to the New York Giants with a knee injury and looked to be in significant pain. The Eagles have an extra day this week with their wild-card meeting against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night, but Brown's practice status will be worth monitoring later this week for sure. Fellow wideout DeVonta Smith (ankle) missed Week 18, and quarterback Jalen Hurts dislocated a finger on his throwing hand last Sunday, so Philly's best offensive players are heading into the playoff opener with question marks. At a $8,100 DraftKings price tag (third-highest price among receivers), Brown could have bust potential on Monday if he suits up and isn't 100 percent.
Jan 10   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown Done For Rest Of Week 18

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) won't return to Sunday's game against the New York Giants. The wideout didn't last long before exiting with a knee injury, so he'll finish with one catch for nine yards. Not many can say for sure how severe the injury is. But it's possible the team could be preserving him for the postseason by holding him out, especially since the Eagles likely aren't going to overcome the massive deficit. At any rate, fantasy managers should expect Brown to appear on the injury report ahead of Philly's first postseason contest. However, he'll likely be out there, contingent on the severity of his ailment.
Jan 7   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown Injures Knee, Questionable To Return

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) exited during the first quarter of Sunday's game against the New York Giants and is officially questionable to return. At the time of his departure, he had caught one pass for nine yards and also lost a fumble. The Eagles are still in contention for an NFC East title and would love to get Brown back, but they still need to be cautious ahead of the playoffs. DeVonta Smith (ankle) is already sidelined, so the Eagles will have to rely on tight end Dallas Goedert, Olamide Zaccheaus, Quez Watkins, and Julio Jones in the passing game.
Jan 7   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

A.J. Brown Could Have Ball Forced His Way In Season Finale

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown will go on the road to take on the New York Giants in Week 18. Fellow receiver DeVonta Smith (ankle) has already been ruled out for Sunday's game due to an ankle injury that he suffered late in last week's loss to the Cardinals. With little production coming from the likes of Quez Watkins and Julio Jones this season, Brown could be force-fed targets this weekend. Offensive coordinator Brian Johnson already relayed to the press this week that they need to get the 26-year-old more involved, and that should start Sunday with Smith out. Brown gained 80 yards on six receptions back in Week 16 in the two team's first meeting and will aim to clear that line to end the regular season. Consider the fifth-year receiver a top-five option in Week 18.
Jan 6   
A.J. Brown  • WR  •  Eagles

Eagles Pledge To Get A.J. Brown More Involved

Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Brian Johnson recognizes the lack of productivity for All-Pro wide receiver A.J. Brown in recent weeks and said the team needs to do a better job getting him the ball. "A.J. is a great player, and we've got to force him the ball sometimes and make sure we get him going," Johnson said Tuesday, via the team's official transcript. Brown remarkably posted six straight games for 125+ receiving yards early in the season, but he has just one game of at least 100 receiving yards since Week 9. In last week's loss to the Arizona Cardinals, Brown hauled in just four passes for 53 yards. Unfortunately for fantasy managers, his week-winning upside disappeared when it mattered most in the fantasy football playoffs. With the frustration mounting in Philadelphia, Brown could be force-fed targets in the Week 18 finale against the New York Giants. He remains a must-start in fantasy football and a strong DFS option.
Jan 3