TE - New England Patriots
Pharoah Brown hauled in both of his targets for 25 yards in the Patriots' 26-23 Week 16 win over the Denver Broncos.
Brown remains minimally involved in the New England offense of late, receiving two targets or less in each of his last five games for the Patriots. Fantasy managers are best served leaving Brown off rosters in all formats, with a tough Week 17 matchup against the Buffalo Bills up next.
Pharaoh Brown caught both of his targets for 33 yards in the Patriots' 31-17 loss to Miami.
Brown has gotten behind the defense three times this season for receptions of over 20 yards. The 29-year-old is considered the third tight end in a struggling offense and can be left on the waiver wire heading into a Week 9 matchup with Washington.
Pharaoh Brown caught 2-of-2 targets for 51 yards in the Patriots’ 29-25 win over the Bills.
Brown has just five catches on the season and has not seen more than two targets in any game this season. Fantasy managers can leave the 29-year-old on the waiver wire heading into a Week 8 matchup with Miami.
Pharaoh Brown caught 2-of-2 targets for 71 yards and one touchdown in Patriots’ 15-10 win over the Jets.
Brown cashed in on a 58-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter for the lone Patriots’ touchdown on the day. This was Brown’s first game action since signing with the team, but fantasy managers should temper their expectations moving forward. The 29-year-old will likely still operate as the third tight end when the team travels to Dallas for Week 4.
TE Pharaoh Brown is signing with the New England Patriots.
The Patriots had an extra roster spot available after placing OT Riley Reiff on injured reserve, so they signed Brown as a free agent to their active roster. He has never eclipsed over 200 receiving yards in a season throughout his career and will be behind Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki on the depth chart, so there's not much fantasy value expected to be had here with the veteran.