Anthony Brown

QB · Baltimore Ravens

Height 6'1" Weight 217
DOB 1998-07-27 Age 24.5

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Tyler Huntley To Start, But Anthony Brown Could Play

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley (shoulder) is expected to start in Sunday night's wild-card game against the Cincinnati Bengals after he made good progress this week while working through his right shoulder injury. However, it is a "possibility" that the Ravens use both Huntley and rookie Anthony Brown under center against the Bengals. Starter Lamar Jackson (knee) remains out with a Grade 2 PCL sprain, so Huntley will make his fifth start of the season despite battling shoulder tendinitis and a wrist injury. In his five games, Huntley has completed 67 percent of his passes and also has 43 rushing attempts. Using both Huntley and Brown could present a challenge for Cincy's defense. Without much to work with in the passing game, fantasy managers should be looking to avoid Huntley for their starting lineups in playoff leagues.

    Jan 15 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown Tyler Huntley
  • Tyler Huntley Resumes Throwing

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley (shoulder) was a limited participant during Thursday's practice. Huntley was also limited on Wednesday, but he did resume throwing on Thursday, which is good news for the organization. Quarterback Lamar Jackson (knee) didn't practice and appears doubtful for this game. It appears Huntley has a chance at playing, but the team will likely wait until later in the week before making a final decision. Otherwise, Anthony Brown would be asked to start if both quarterbacks are unable to play this weekend.

    Jan 12 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown Tyler Huntley
  • Anthony Brown Throws Two Interceptions In First Career Start

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Anthony Brown threw for 286 yards and two interceptions while completing 19 of his 44 attempts. This was the rookie third-string quarterback's first career start as both Lamar Jackson (knee) and Tyler Huntley (shoulder) were unable to suit up. His accuracy and decision-making need some work, but he was also thrown in without a lot of the starters on offense. The Ravens will now set their sights on getting Jackson healthy enough to play the Bengals again in the wild card round of the playoffs.

    Jan 8 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown
  • Tyler Huntley Inactive, Anthony Brown To Start In Week 18

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) is officially inactive for the Week 18 regular season finale against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. With Lamar Jackson (knee) still missing as well, rookie Anthony Brown will make his first career start. With the Ravens unable to win the AFC North division with a win over Cincy now, they have elected to rest Huntley another week in case Jackson is unable to return for the first round of the playoffs next weekend. Brown played in relief of a concussed Huntley in Week 14 against the Pittsburgh Steelers and went 3-for-5 for 16 yards and was sacked once. He shouldn't be started in any fantasy lineups, and it would be smart to avoid the Ravens offense altogether in Week 18.

    Jan 8 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown Tyler Huntley
  • Tyler Huntley Has "Really Good Chance" To Play In Week 18

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley (shoulder, wrist) has a "good chance" to play against the Cincinnati Bengals, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Huntley was limited in practice all week and didn't throw passes due to shoulder tendinitis, but he could very well suit up in Week 18. Lamar Jackson (knee) has been ruled out, so if Huntley can't go, Anthony Brown would start for Baltimore. The Ravens have already clinched a playoff berth, so it'll be interesting to see what decision they make if Huntley's game-day status is close and could go either way. It's likely that Huntley will be listed as questionable on Friday's final injury report for Week 18.

    Jan 6 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown Tyler Huntley
  • Anthony Brown Will Start In Week 15 If Needed

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Anthony Brown will start in Week 15 against the Browns, if necessary, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Lamar Jackson (knee) is unlikely to return for a few weeks, so Tyler Huntley (head) was under center during Sunday's narrow win over Pittsburgh. However, with Huntley exiting for a concussion evaluation, Brown took over for the rest of the game, connecting on three of his five throws for 16 yards and three carries for negative yardage. Fantasy managers should monitor Huntley's condition throughout the week. Yet, if he can't go, Brown may have his hands full versus a Cleveland defense looking to bounce back from the loss to Cincinnati. Considering the rookie didn't play his first professional snap until Week 14, he's not a recommended fantasy option.

    Dec 11 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown
  • Tyler Huntley Injured Sunday, Replaced By Anthony Brown

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Tyler Huntley exited Sunday's game after being hit hard by a group of Pittsburgh Steelers defenders. He is being evaluated for a concussion and is officially questionable to return. Huntley totaled eight completions, 88 passing yards, 38 rushing yards, and one sack before departing. He had been playing in place of Lamar Jackson (knee), so now Baltimore will have to turn to its third-string quarterback, Anthony Brown. An undrafted rookie out of Oregon, Brown was signed to the active roster this past week and has never played an NFL snap.

    Dec 11 · Source via Ravens Anthony Brown Tyler Huntley
  • Quarterback Stats



    14@PITW 16-140.32337.713.183560.0160013-5-1.6700
    18@CINL 16-2712.378100.056.444194443.228602400-01

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