WR - FA
John Brown has been elevated to Buffalo's active roster for their Week 18 matchup against the New England Patriots.
Brown hasn't been very involved from the practice squad for the Bills this year, but he will have an opportunity to produce on Sunday. The team will need more depth at receiver with Cole Beasley remaining on the practice squad against New England, but he likely won't see the field a lot and doesn't project to be a start-worthy fantasy option.
John Brown was elevated from the Bills' practice squad to the active roster Thursday.
Brown has yet to suit up in a regular season game with the Bills this season. With receiver Khalil Shakir dealing with an illness, Brown will provide the Bills' with another depth option Thursday night. Fantasy managers should leave Brown on the waiver wire.
Per the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team has signed veteran WR John Brown to their practice squad.
Given that within the last month the Bucs have lost Chris Godwin to injury and parted ways with Antonio Brown this signing makes sense as a way to add some more bodies to the WR room in case any more injuries creep up before the team's playoff clash vs the Eagles on Sunday. This is not a guarantee that Brown will even be promoted to the active roster but more than anything it gives the Bucs a proven WR option that can be called upon if necessary.
The Jaguars signed WR John Brown to their practice squad on Monday.
There's no immediate impact that the Brown signing will have with the Jaguars' offense being ever so putrid. Brown may find his way into their rotation going forward in 2021.
The Denver Broncos promoted wide receiver John Brown ahead of Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Brown could see some action on Sunday, but he is not relevant from a fantasy football perspective.