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Amon-Ra St. Brown

#1 WR,

Lions

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ACTUAL 2022

- FPTS

RANK: -

2023 SEASON

260 FPTS

RANK: 9

AGE

23 yrs

HEIGHT/WEIGHT

6'0'' / 202 lbs

COLLEGE

USC

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2023162609th1441051148610.9

Signing massive extension

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-04-24

St. Brown and the Lions reached agreement Tuesday on a four-year extension, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

The initial report has it as a $120 million deal, including $77 million guaranteed. If those numbers hold up when more details come out, St. Brown will tie Tyreek Hill's WR record for average annual value ($30 million) and have the stand-alone record for money guaranteed. Of course, he probably won't hold those records for long, as the list of star WRs nearing the end of their rookie contracts includes Justin Jefferson, CeeDee Lamb and Ja'Marr Chase. In any case, St. Brown has improved his receiving volume and fantasy production with each passing season in the NFL, and he should have another big year in 2024 while catching passes from QB Jared Goff in an offense that will be coordinated by Ben Johnson for at least one more season.

Weekly Stats 2022

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Performance Splits 2020 to 2022

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Career Stats

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Yards ball travels in the "Air" per completion. "YAC" is average yards gained after catch. "Drop"ped pass rate. "Share" of team passing targets.

Talking extension

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-03-26

St. Brown is discussing an extension with the Lions, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.

The 2021 fourth-round pick is entering the final season of his rookie contract, after catching 315 passes for 3,588 yards and 21 touchdowns through his first three year. It's likely only a matter of time before St. Brown becomes one of the highest-paid non-QBs in the league, though he may be hesitant to sign before seeing what other top WRs from his draft class and the year before end up getting (e.g. Justin Jefferson, CeeDee Lamb, Ja'Marr Chase). In any case, St. Brown will be back as the lead target for Jared Goff in a talented Detroit offense that looks set to return either nine or 10 starters from last season plus a handful of key backups.

Totals 89 yards in playoff loss

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-28

St. Brown recorded seven receptions on 11 targets for 87 yards in Sunday's 34-31 loss to the 49ers. He added one rush for two yards.

St. Brown unsurprisingly had a key role in the Detroit offense, compiling double-digit targets for the fourth time in his last six games. He failed to top 100 yards or reach the end zone for the first time in that span, though he still managed long receptions of 23 and 17 yards -- both of which set up scores -- to make his mark on the contest. St. Brown has improved in each of his three campaigns in the league, and he closed the 2023 regular season with 119 receptions for 1,515 yards and 10 touchdowns. He'll be entering the final year of his rookie contract in 2024 and could be headed for a significant contract extension with the Lions this offseason.

Hauls in winning touchdown Sunday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-21

St. Brown caught eight of 14 targets for 77 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-23 divisional-round win over the Buccaneers.

While Sam LaPorta led the Lions in catches, St. Brown paced the team in receiving yards and targets and was on the other end of Detroit's final score of the game, a nine-yard TD toss from Jared Goff with a little over six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. St. Brown's yardage total was actually his lowest since Week 14, but the third-year wideout has gotten into the end zone in five of six games since, and he should be Goff's top downfield option again next weekend against the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.

Hits century mark in playoff debut

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-14

St. Brown hauled in seven of nine targets for 110 yards in Sunday's 24-23 win over the Rams.

The moment wasn't too big for Amon-Ra in his playoff debut after he led the Lions in every receiving category while notching the first 100-yard game of his postseason career. St. Brown didn't get involved on any of Detroit's three touchdown drives to open Sunday's victory, but he played a key role between the goal lines on each of those 75-yard scoring drives. St. Brown will look to record the first touchdown reception of his career when the Lions host the NFC divisional game next Sunday.

Finishes regular season strong

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-07

St. Brown brought in seven of 10 targets for 144 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' 30-20 win over the Vikings on Sunday.

St. Brown found himself in the familiar position of leading the Lions across the board in receiving categories, essentially playing a normal amount of snaps in a game Detroit needed to position itself for a potential ascension to the No. 2 seed. The third-year wideout's yardage total was his second-highest tally of the season, and he heads into the postseason riding the momentum of a 119-1,515-10 line across 16 regular-season contests, including three 100-yard efforts in the last four games.

Solid production in loss

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-12-30

St. Brown secured six of eight targets for 90 yards and a touchdown and rushed once for 11 yards in the Lions' 20-19 loss to the Cowboys on Saturday night.

St. Brown led the Lions in receiving yards and checked in second to Sam LaPorta in both receptions and targets. The third-year pro found the end zone from 11 yards out with 23 seconds remaining to put the Lions within a point at the time. St. Brown now has a career-high nine touchdowns on the campaign and crossed the 1,300-yard threshold as well with Saturday's production, which marked his third straight game with at least 90 receiving yards and a score. St. Brown and the Lions wrap up the regular season at home against the Vikings on Sunday, Jan. 7.

Picks apart Vikings secondary

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-12-24

St. Brown secured 12 of 14 targets for 106 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 30-24 win over the Vikings.

Minnesota had no answer for St. Brown with the division title on the line. Continuing to pile on the stats after already setting career highs in receiving yards (1,175) and touchdowns (seven) last week against Denver, St. Brown had his way with a burnable Vikings secondary over the middle of the field while also finding success working the sidelines and on a screen. With few receivers leaguewide handling bigger roles on offense, St. Brown should again stay busy when Detroit travels to Dallas in Week 17.

Returns to form

RotoWire Logo Published: 2023-12-16

St. Brown recorded seven receptions on nine targets for 112 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 42-17 win over the Broncos.

St. Brown was overshadowed by the performances of Sam LaPorta and Jahmyr Gibbs, but he nevertheless turned in a needed bounceback performance. He entered the game having failed to top 100 receiving yards in four consecutive games, though he ended that stretch with three catches of over 20 yards. St. Brown also chipped in a touchdown on a 15-yard reception just before halftime, his seventh of the season and fourth in his last six contests.

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