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Jan 7, 2024 1 18 18 0 1
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
St. Brown has barely produced numbers through his four NFL seasons. That's very unlikely to change in his fifth since he's competing for playing time with the Bears this preseason. Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 5 62 12.40 0.00 40.6
2022 21 323 15.38 1 54 9.00 362.3
2021 9 98 10.89 14 4.67 100.8
3y Avg. 12 179 14.92 1 25 8.33 151.1
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Set for free agency

    St. Brown caught one pass for 18 yards in the Bears' 17-9 loss to the Packers on Sunday. St. Brown was most valuable as a blocker, which explains why he was targeted six times in seven games played despite being on the field between 37 and 59 percent of the snaps in each contest he suited up for. The veteran ended the season with five catches for 62 yards. After two seasons with Chicago and five years in the league, St. Brown is an unrestricted free agent.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Looking good for Sunday

    St. Brown (pectoral) was a full participant at practice Wednesday. St. Brown has missed the last three games due to a pectoral injury, but he appears to be on track to return this Sunday against the Falcons. With Darnell Mooney in concussion protocol, St. Brown could be in line for an expanded reps at receiver, though it won't necessarily translate to a meaningful target share.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Out for Sunday

    St. Brown (pectoral) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals. The 27-year-old wideout is in line to miss his third consecutive game in Week 16, as he continues to recover from a pectoral issue. With St. Brown missing even more time, expect Tyler Scott to continue seeing increased opportunities as the Bears' No. 3 wide receiver.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Misses another practice

    St. Brown (pectoral) didn't participate in Thursday's practice. St. Brown has missed Chicago's last two games with this pectoral issue, and he's now opened the team's week of practice with consecutive DNPs. The 27-year-old wideout has not practiced since popping up on the Bears' injury report prior to the team's Week 15 contest, and he'll almost certainly carry an injury designation into the weekend.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Remains out of action

    St. Brown (pectoral) did not practice Thursday. St. Brown's inability to get on the field in any capacity Thursday likely pushes him closer to doubtful for Sunday's game against the Browns, after he also missed the Bears' Week 14 win over the Lions. However, he'll have one more chance to get on the practice field Friday before Week 15 prep comes to a close.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Opens Week 15 with practice absence

    St. Brown (pectoral) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice. St. Brown and fellow wideout DJ Moore (ankle) both opened the week as spectators for practice, though Moore was able to play through the injury in last week's win over the Lions and looks likely at this stage to be available for Sunday's game against the Browns. Meanwhile, St. Brown was sidelined against Detroit, and his inability to practice Wednesday doesn't provide much early optimism that he'll be back in action this weekend. Even if St. Brown is able to overcome the pectoral injury and gain clearance for Sunday's contest, he won't be a high-priority option in Chicago's passing attack.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Out Sunday, viewed as week-to-week

    St. Brown (pectoral) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Lions. According to Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic, head coach Matt Eberflus labeled St. Brown as "week-to-week," so the veteran wideout could be in line to miss game action beyond Sunday after he wasn't able to practice in any capacity Wednesday through Friday. St. Brown's upcoming absence becomes all the more interesting after depth receivers Tyler Scott (hamstring) and Velus Jones (illness) were added to the injury report Friday and are listed as questionable for Sunday. It's more a problem for the Bears than fantasy managers, as Chicago uses three-receiver sets less often than most teams and hasn't provided many targets for any pass catchers besides wideout DJ Moore and tight end Cole Kmet. Even No. 2 wide receiver Darnell Mooney has struggled to stay involved while playing a vast majority of the snaps on offense week after week.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Surprise addition to injury report

    St. Brown (pectoral) did not participate in Thursday's practice. The 27-year-old wideout wasn't listed on Chicago's injury report Wednesday, but he now seems to be dealing with some sort of pectoral issue that held him out of Thursday's practice. Unless St. Brown is able to log a full practice session Friday, he'll almost certainly carry an injury designation into the weekend.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Active Thursday

    St. Brown (hamstring) is active for Thursday night's game against the Panthers. The wide receiver was activated off injured reserve earlier in the day and listed as questionable. St. Brown spent the previous four weeks on IR and has one catch for 21 yards this season.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Activated off IR

    St. Brown (hamstring) was activated off injured reserve and is listed as questionable ahead of Thursday night's game against the Panthers, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. The 27-year-old wideout has spent the last four weeks on IR with a hamstring issue, but he's got a chance to play Thursday night after being activated to the team's active roster. St. Brown recorded one catch for 21 yards through two games thus far, and he could very well be Chicago's No. 3 wide receiver once he returns to the field.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Deemed questionable

    St. Brown (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against Carolina. The Bears designated him to return from injured reserve Monday and will need to add St. Brown back to the 53-man roster in order to have him available for the Week 10 contest. The team listed him as a full practice participant Monday through Wednesday, suggesting he'll at least be ready by Week 11 if not by Thursday. It's unclear if St. Brown eventually will return to the No. 3 receiver role he occupied at times earlier this season, as the Bears have been using rookie Tyler Scott in that spot of late.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Moves to injured reserve

    The Bears placed St. Brown (hamstring) on injured reserve Friday. St. Brown was inactive for the Bears' first three games of the season before stepping in as the team's No. 3 wideout beginning Week 4, when Chase Claypool was a healthy scratch and then traded to Miami the following week. The 27-year-old played 65 total snaps on offense in the Bears' last two games, but he wasn't especially involved in the passing game, drawing just two targets. With St. Brown now set to miss at least the next four games while recovering from the hamstring injury, rookie Tyler Scott will likely be next in line to get a look as the No. 3 option behind DJ Moore and Darnell Mooney.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Ruled out for Week 6

    St. Brown (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings. St. Brown was unable to practice at all during the week after hurting his hamstring in last Thursday's win over Washington. Tyler Scott, Velus Jones or Trent Taylor could see more opportunities behind DJ Moore and Darnell Mooney in Chicago's receiving corps Sunday, while St. Brown will set his sights on returning in Week 7 against the Raiders.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Misses another practice

    St. Brown (hamstring) didn't practice Thursday. Despite having added time to heal up from the hamstring injury after the Bears played the Commanders on Thursday night last week, St. Brown has failed to practice in both of Chicago's first two Week 6 sessions. If St. Brown is unable to practice Friday and is ultimately ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Vikings, rookie Tyler Scott would likely step in as the Bears' No. 3 receiver.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Dealing with hamstring issue

    St. Brown is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Commanders due to a hamstring injury. St. Brown was active for the second consecutive game as Chase Claypool (coach's decision) remains away from the team. He was targeted only once prior to suffering the injury, and it's unclear if he will be able to return.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: One grab in season debut

    St. Brown caught his lone target for 21 yards in the Bears' 31-28 loss to the Broncos on Sunday. With Chase Claypool a healthy scratch, St. Brown took the field for the first time this season. He was targeted 17 times in 13 games last season in 2022, and should continue to play over Claypool and see light target volume.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Set to dress in Week 4

    St. Brown is expected to be active for the first time this season in Sunday's game against the Broncos, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Meanwhile, No. 3 wideout Chase Claypool will be a healthy inactive Sunday after getting off to a poor start to the season in addition to intimating to reporters earlier this week that he's been frustrated with how he's been used through the Bears' first three games. Despite logging more than 50 percent of the snaps on offense in 12 of his 16 appearances with the Bears in 2022, St. Brown mustered an underwhelming 21-323-1 receiving line on 38 targets. While he likely won't provide an upgrade over Claypool from a pass-catching perspective, the big-bodied St. Brown is a willing and capable blocker and reportedly turned in a strong week of practice, according to Rapoport. It's unclear if the Bears plan on having St. Brown serve as a one-for-one replacement for Claypool, or if rookie Tyler Scott will also get the chance to see reps as a third receiver behind DJ Moore and Darnell Mooney.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Healthy scratch in Week 3

    St. Brown (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's Week 3 matchup against the Chiefs. St. Brown will continue to await his season debut, as Sunday qualifies as his third healthy scratch in as many games to open the season. The speedster's next opportunity to see his first action of 2023 comes in a Week 4 home matchup against the Broncos next Sunday.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Sits again Sunday

    St. Brown (coach's decision) was ruled inactive for Week 2's matchup against Tampa Bay. It's the second consecutive week St. Brown will be on the outside looking in, even though there had been some questions about fellow wideout Chase Claypool's status for the contest following a poor Week 1 showing. The fact the Bears kept six other receivers active for the Week 2 matchup shows St. Brown likely has a lot of work to do to move up the depth chart.
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  • Bears' Equanimeous St. Brown: Won't suit up Sunday

    St. Brown (coach's decision) was ruled inactive for Sunday's season opener versus Green Bay. St. Brown caught a career-high 21 passes (on 38 targets) for 323 yards across 16 games with Chicago last season. However, his role should be diminished in the team's now crowded wide receiver corps this season, as DJ Moore, Darnell Mooney and Chase Claypool are expected to round out the Bears' starting trio. With Velus Jones (coach's decision) also inactive, veteran Trent Taylor and rookie Tyler Scott will slot in as the Bears' reserve wideouts Week 1.
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