AFC North Standings

Team Div Overall
3-3-0 12-4-0
3-3-0 10-7-0
3-3-0 9-8-0
3-3-0 7-10-0

2022 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 4 51 12.8 0 19

Top Anthony Schwartz News

  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Drops further on depth chart

    Schwartz (concussion) dropped further down the depth chart following Cleveland's acquisitions of Elijah Moore and Marquise Goodwin.

    The Browns went into the offseason with the goal of giving Deshaun Watson more weapons on offense, and the additions of Moore and Goodwin are a start. Cleveland can trot out Amari Cooper, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Moore and Goodwin when it wants to run four-wide sets. It's hard to see the team giving Schwartz, who has had the offseason to recover from a concussion he sustained last December, more chances after the 2021 third-round selection has disappointed over his first two seasons. Along with Schwartz, one can add Demetric Felton and Michael Woods onto the pile of wideouts that shouldn't get much work if they manage to stick with the team.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Heads to IR

    Cleveland placed Schwartz (concussion) on injured reserve Wednesday.

    Schwartz suffered a concussion during the Week 13 win over Houston and will now miss at least four games after landing on IR. In a corresponding move, Cleveland claimed Jaelon Darden off waivers from Tampa Bay to add depth at receiver and in the return game.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Not practicing Wednesday

    Schwartz (concussion) won't practice Wednesday, Anthony Poisal of the Browns' official site reports.

    Schwartz suffered a concussion during the Week 13 win over Houston and remains sidelined to start Week 14 prep. The second-year wideout will have two more opportunities to return to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Sunday's game against the Bengals.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Minimal role in win

    Schwartz caught his lone target for 12 yards, had one carry for six yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 27-14 win over Houston.

    Schwartz took a step back after he scored on a 31-yard touchdown run the previous week. On Cleveland's second series, his fumble led to Houston taking a first-quarter lead. The Browns were able to overcome the miscue, but it was another reminder of the ball security issues that have plagued Schwartz. He finished with five snaps on a day when the team lost slot receiver David Bell (hand). Demetric Felton (36 snaps) was the primary beneficiary of Bell's injury.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Dealing with concussion

    Schwartz was placed in concussion protocol Monday, Brad Stainbrook of reports.

    Schwartz sustained a concussion in Sunday's win over the Texans, placing his status for Week 14 in doubt. He'll have to clear protocol and return to practice to dispel any concerns over his availability for the Browns' matchup with the Bengals. If Schwartz is not able to go, Michael Woods could be active for the first time since Week 11.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Scores on opening drive

    Schwartz caught one of two targets for 17 yards and had one carry for a 31-yard touchdown run in Sunday's 23-17 overtime victory of Tampa Bay.

    Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski has prepared well on scripted opening drives and that continued Sunday, the sixth time in 11 games the Browns have struck on their opening possession. Schwartz, who has been invisible on offense this season, took a double-reverse flip from Kareem Hunt and followed superb blocking by quarterback Jacoby Brissett and wideout Amari Cooper to give Cleveland the early lead. It was Schwartz's first touchdown since Week 16 of 2021. The Browns drafted the speedy wideout with the idea of getting the ball into his hands in non-conventional ways, but his snaps were curtailed after the season opener. After Week 1, Schwartz had just one catch and five targets over the nine games entering Sunday's contest.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Makes first catch since Week 1

    Schwartz caught his lone target for three yards in Sunday's 39-17 loss to the Dolphins in Week 10.

    Schwartz hauled in his first pass since Week 1 while playing 12 snaps, his most since Week 6. He's been marginalized due to a series of mistakes and drops, sitting fifth on the wide receiver depth chart. For a time in 2021, Schwartz held a return role on kickoffs, but that spot now belongs to rookie Jerome Ford.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Healthy scratch Week 7

    Schwartz (coach's decision) is inactive Week 7 against Baltimore.

    Schwartz will be a healthy scratch after suiting up each of the past three weeks, though considering he hasn't recorded a catch since Week 1, his absence shouldn't cause any issues for the offense. Rookie Michael Woods was active for the first time last week and even caught one of his two targets, so it's possible he has surpassed Schwartz on the depth chart.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Gets three garbage-time targets

    Schwartz did not catch any of his three targets in Sunday's 38-15 loss to New England in Week 6.

    Schwartz has been invisible all season, but he got some late-game run when the Browns were down by three scores. It wasn't a very impressive showing for the second-year wideout, who dropped passes on consecutive plays on Cleveland's final drive. A case of the drops is largely why Schwartz has seen limited playing time this season.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Gets first target since Week 1

    Schwartz did not catch his lone target in Sunday's 30-28 loss to the Chargers in Week 5.

    The target was the first since Week 1 for Schwartz, who played a season low eight snaps on offense. The 2021 third-round pick has yet to make an impact and has apparently fallen out of favor.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Invisible in loss

    Schwartz played 11 snaps and was not targeted in Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Falcons.

    Schwartz's diminished role continued in Week 4, the third consecutive week in which he saw 12 snaps or fewer without getting a target. One possible path to relevancy is in the return game after Jerome Ford, who had handled kick returns the last three games, suffered an ankle injury. Demetric Felton replaced Ford as the kickoff returner Sunday, but that was Schwartz's role for a long stretch in 2021.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Playing time dwindling

    Schwartz was not targeted and played five offensive snaps in Thursday's 29-17 win over Pittsburgh in Week 3.

    Schwartz's playing time has dropped in successive weeks, from Week 1's 22 snaps to 12 then five. He has return experience and was in the mix during the preseason, but those chores have gone to others the first three weeks. Schwartz is offering little to the Browns or fantasy managers.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: Goes untargeted in loss

    Schwartz was not targeted over 12 snaps in Sunday's 31-30 loss to the Jets in Week 2.

    Schwartz's playing time slipped from 23 snaps Week 1, one more than rookie David Bell, to 12 in Week 2, eight fewer than Bell. The Browns have a quick turnaround for Week 3's matchup with the Steelers on Thursday. Thus far, only tight ends Jesse James (wrist, out) and Harrison Bryant (thumb/thigh) are banged up, so it might be more of the same for Schwartz this week.

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  • Browns' Anthony Schwartz: One catch in win

    Schwartz caught one of two targets for 19 yards and ran twice for 20 yards in Sunday's 26-24 win over the Panthers.

    Schwartz had a difficult preseason during which he had an injury and a case of the drops, wiping out any chance of winning the No. 2 job. Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski stressed the wideout has the support of coaches and teammates however, and that appeared to be the case in Week 1. He played 23 snaps, well below the 66 each for top receivers Amari Cooper and Donovan Peoples-Jones, but Schwartz had a key 19-yard grab on third-and-four on a fourth-quarter drive that produced points. He also had a pair of end-arounds, providing extra value in an offense that's expected to be ground-based with Jacoby Brissett under center.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 186 lbs
Birthplace: Pembroke Pines, FL
Age: 22
School: Auburn
Experience: 3