WR - WAS
Week 14 Outlook
Washington Football Team wide receiver Dyami Brown (knee) is listed as questioable for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Brown missed Week 8 due to a knee injury but is trending in the right direction to suit up Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 22-year-old owns 10% of the team's target share and should see an uptick in snaps with Curtis Samuel (groin) ruled out. Brown is a boom-or-bust flex and is a dart throw at best in deep-league formats in Week 10.
Washington Football Team wide receiver Dyami Brown (knee) won't play in Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.
Brown did not practice this week and has been ruled in Sunday's game against the Broncos. Washington also ruled out teammate WR Curtis Samuel. Terry McLaurin, Adam Humphries, Cam Sims (hamstring), and DeAndre Carter should see an uptick in targets while Brown is out. The 21-year-old has hauled in eight catches for 81 yards over six games in 2021. Washington has a bye in Week 9; Brown's next chance to return will be in Week 10 against Tampa Bay.
Dyami Brown (knee) did not practice again on Thursday. He has yet to practice this Week ahead of their Week 8 matchup against the Broncos.
Even if Brown manages to suit up this week, he will be very hard to trust. Against a stout Denver defense, he will likely need a big play just to warrant any upside at all.
Dyami Brown (knee) did not practice on Wednesday after suffering a knee injury in Week 7 against the Packers.
While this injury may not keep Brown out for an extended period of time, his status for Week 8 is looking doubtful. He has been hard to trust this season, regardless of the fact that he had a role open up due to the Curtis Samuel injury.
Washington wide receiver Dyami Brown will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of his knee injury, according to NFL insider Ian Rapoport. The belief is he has a minor knee injury but may only miss one game.
Washington plays the Broncos in Week 8 but has a bye in Week 9, and Brown could return as early as Week 10 against the Buccaneers. Through parts of six games, Brown has caught eight of his 20 targets for just 81 yards.