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Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Logs 13 catches in 2023
Brown finished the 2023 season with 13 catches (on 15 targets) for 208 yards and a touchdown in 17 games with the Patriots.
Brown, who turns 30 in May, carved out a niche in the Patriots offense this past season alongside fellow TEs Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki, making his mark as a run blocker, while also logging six receptions that resulted in 15-plus yard gains, per Evan Lazar of the team's official site. Brown is slated to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason and should be able to land another opportunity to work in a complementary role in 2024, be it in New England or elsewhere.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Active for Sunday's game
Brown (ribs) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Brown, who practiced in a limited fashion this past week, approached the contest listed as questionable, but he'll be able to give it a go in the Patriots' season finale. With Hunter Henry (knee) sidelined Sunday, Mike Gesicki and Brown are slated to lead the team's Week 18 TE corps, but Brown hasn't caught more than two passes in any of the 16 games that he's suited up for this season, so he's only a fantasy option in the deepest of formats.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Chance to play Week 18
Brown (ribs) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Jets.
Brown likely suffered a ribs injury during New England's Week 17 loss to the Bills, but he was able to practice in a limited fashion throughout the week, and he has a chance to play Sunday. The 29-year-old saw his highest snap share of the season (68 percent) in last Sunday's loss, and he could have the opportunity to see increased work on a Patriots offense that's without Hunter Henry (knee) again in Week 18.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Lands on injury report
Brown was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday due to a rib injury.
While Hunter Henry (knee) missed a second straight game, Brown saw his highest snap share of the season (68 percent) in this past Sunday's 27-21 loss to the Bills, finishing with one catch for five yards. However, he seemingly sustained an injury at some point along the way, and he may need to upgrade to full practice participation Thursday or Friday to avoid taking an injury designation into this weekend's season finale versus the Jets.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: One catch Sunday
Brown caught his only target for five yards in Sunday's 27-21 loss to the Bills.
With Hunter Henry (knee) sidelined for the second straight game, Brown and Mike Gesicki both logged 36 of a possible 53 snaps on offense Sunday. However, it was Gesicki who did more in the passing game, catching four of his six targets for 35 yards. As the Patriots' season finale against the Jets approaches, Brown is off the fantasy lineup radar, with an overall 12-208-1 receiving line through 16 games.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Two catches in Week 16
Brown, who logged 27 of 58 snaps on offense in Sunday's 26-23 win over the Broncos, caught both of his targets for 25 yards.
With Hunter Henry (knee) inactive, Brown and Mike Gesicki (38 snaps, two catches for 15 yards and a TD) handled the majority of New England's TE reps. Through 15 games, Brown has recorded an 11-203-1 line on 11 targets, and he has yet to record more than two catches this season. His fantasy utility remains limited as a Week 17 game against the Bills approaches.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Good to go versus Kansas City
Brown (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Brown was a late addition to the Patriots' injury report Saturday with a foot injury, though the issue doesn't appear serious enough to force him out for Sunday's contest. Brown has split his time between backup tight end duties and special teams, and has caught all eight of his targets for 174 yards and a touchdown over 13 games this season.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Late addition to injury report
Brown has been deemed questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs due to a foot injury.
Brown wasn't listed on the Patriots' injury report until Saturday, so it's unclear when the foot issue cropped up. The veteran tight end regularly logs about half of New England's offensive snaps, but his work as a pass catcher has been limited. Over his past five games, Brown has totaled just one catch on one target for four yards.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Involvement on offense declining
Brown played 32 of the Patriots' 64 snaps on offense but went without a target in Sunday's 6-0 loss to the Chargers.
Brown made some splash plays over the Patriots' first eight games of the season with four of his seven receptions during that stretch going for 20-plus yards, but he's been relegated almost exclusively to a blocking role ever since. The 29-year-old has gone without a target in four straight contests, and fellow tight ends Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki should remain more involved in the passing game than Brown in the weeks to come.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Active for Sunday's game
Brown (back) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Commanders.
After missing practice Wednesday, Brown returned to limited sessions Thursday and Friday prior to being listed as questionable for Week 9 action. The tight end will be out there Sunday, but given that he continues to work in a time-share with Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki, Brown's weekly fantasy upside is limited.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Questionable versus Washington
Brown (back) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Commanders.
Brown put forth a limited practice Friday and will look to avoid his first absence of the season Sunday. If he suits up against the Commanders, Brown will continue to fill a depth role in a tight end corps that also includes Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Returns to practice Thursday
Brown (back) returned to practice Thursday, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports.
Brown was absent for Wednesday's session, but his return to he field a day later bodes well for his Week 9 status, though the tight end may need to practice fully by Friday to avoid heading into Sunday's game against the Commanders minus an injury designation. The 29-year-old played ahead of Mike Gesicki last week against the Dolphins and caught both of his targets for 33 scoreless yards. On the year, Brown has been a big-play machine with seven grabs for 170 yards (24.3 yards per catch) and one touchdown on seven targets.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Misses practice Wednesday
Brown didn't practice Wednesday due to a back injury.
Brown logged 21 of the Patriots' 53 snaps on offense in this past Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, catching both of his targets for 33 yards. Now that the tight end has missed Wednesday's practice, he'll have two more chances to return to the field ahead of Sunday's game against the Commanders. If Brown is able to suit up this weekend, he'll continue to work in a timeshare at tight end with Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Catches two passes Sunday
Brown played 21 of 53 snaps on offense and caught both of his targets for 33 yards in Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Dolphins.
Brown, who now has four catches for 84 yards over his last two outings, actually out-snapped Mike Gesicki (15 snaps, two catches) Sunday, but with Hunter Henry (31 snaps, three catches) also in the mix, he's involved in a timeshare at tight end that limits his weekly fantasy ceiling.... See More ... See Less
Patriots' Pharaoh Brown: Two catches in Week 7
Brown, who was on the field for 23 of a possible 60 snaps on offense, per Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, caught both of his targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 29-25 win over the Bills.
Brown, who was out-snapped Week 7 by fellow TEs Hunter Henry (30 snaps, two catches) and Mike Gesicki (30 snaps, two catches), now has five catches for 137 yards and a TD in seven games to date. As New England's third option at the position, Brown is off the fantasy radar as long as both Henry and Gesicki are on hand.... See More ... See Less
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