Equanimeous St. Brown
WR - GB
Week 7 Outlook
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown has been promoted to the active roster for the team's Week 2 matchup against the Detroit Lions.
St. Brown will revert back to the practice squad on Tuesday but will be active for a matchup against younger brother Amon-Ra, a promising rookie receiver for the Lions. There is no way to predict how many snaps Equanimeous will receive, as he may not have been the player promoted had tonight's opponent been different. Hopefully, the Packers can feed him a couple of targets if gamescript allows for it, but the older St. Brown is not on the fantasy radar.
The Packers have waived wide receiver Equanimeous St. Brown ahead of Tuesday's 53-man roster deadline.
A sixth-round pick in 2018, St. Brown caught 21 passes for 328 yards during his rookie campaign. He missed all of 2019 due to an ankle injury but played in 2020, catching seven passes for 117 yards and a score. The 24-year-old was on the roster bubble after Green Bay traded for Randall Cobb and drafted Amari Rodgers, among making other moves.
Packers WR Equanimeous St. Brown caught one pass for 27 yards in the Packers' win over the Rams on Saturday night.
Brown has yet to prove himself in the NFL, but his size and speed are compelling. We'll have to wait and see if Brown can show improvement heading into the final year of his four-year contract. At this point in time, Brown cannot be considered an option for fantasy.
Equanimeous St. Brown brought in his only target for a 21-yard TD in the Packers’ 40-14 win over the Titans on Sunday.
St. Brown hauled in a 21-yard reception for his only catch of the game. Fortunately, it was a touchdown grab - the first of his career - but St. Brown isn't involved in the offense enough to warrant fantasy consideration moving forward.
Equanimeous St. Brown brought in his only target for 23 yards in the Packers’ 34-31 loss to the Colts on Sunday.
St. Brown came down with just his second reception of the season and his first since Week 8 when he hauled in a 12-yarder against Minnesota. The second-year man is off the fantasy radar in redraft formats, especially with Allen Lazard back in the fold.