A.J. Brown

A.J. Brown

Height: 6' Weight: 226 lbsAge: 22College: Ole Miss

2019 Outlook

Strength of Schedule
WR Rank: 28th (hard)
Draft Rank (ECR) #212
Best / Worst #96 / #273
ADP #191


A.J. Brown is quiet in his preseason debut

A.J. Brown did not record a catch during Saturday's 22-17 preseason loss to the Patriots.

Fantasy Impact

Taken with the 51st overall pick in this year's draft, Brown has high expectations coming into the season. The rookie is currently fourth on the depth chart and will need to do more in the preseason if he will want to move up.

John AubinAug 18, 2019
A.J. Brown returns to practice on Monday

A.J. Brown (leg) returned to team drills Monday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

Fantasy Impact

The Titans second-round pick in this year's draft has high expectations coming into the season. Brown is behind Corey Davis and Adam Humphries on the depth chart and will need to show up this preseason as he fights Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharpe for targets.

John Aubin1 week ago
A.J. Brown does not practice with the Titans on Saturday

A.J. Brown (leg) was limited to individual work during Saturday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

Fantasy Impact

Brown slipped awkwardly on an individual drill and afterward appeared to be favoring his left leg in practice on Friday. Coach Mike Vrabel considers Brown "day-to-day" with the leg issue and fantasy owners should keep an eye on updates.

John Aubin3 weeks ago
A.J. Brown selected No. 51 by Tennessee Titans

The Tennessee Titans have selected wide receiver A.J. Brown with the No. 51 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Fantasy Impact

A,J, Brown is an exciting get for the Tennessee Titans. He can win both inside and out, and should provide an exciting 1b option for Marcus Mariota. Dominant after the catch, Brown could thrive in a slot role. Brown has future WR1 upside.

Raju Byfield17 weeks ago
A.J. Brown works out for Texans

Former Ole Miss wide receiver A.J. Brown held a private workout for the Texans on April 12.

Fantasy Impact

Brown is regarded as a first-round talent in this year's draft after leading the SEC in receiving in 2017 and 2018. The Texans are likely doing due diligence in preparation for the draft, as they are expected to use the 23rd pick to upgrade a poor offensive line. Still, a one-two punch of Brown and All-Pro DeAndre Hopkins would be a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses.

Zachary Hanshew18 weeks ago