Vincent Brown WR SD 2 Months

Vincent Brown is likely to be the Chargers' No. 4 receiver this year.

As beat writer Michael Gehlken notes, Brown "can play any wide receiver spot" in San Diego's offense. He's likely to serve as a utilityman behind "Z" receiver Keenan Allen, "X" Malcom Floyd, and slot man Eddie Royal. Brown flopped in a chance at a major role last season. His Dynasty league value is minimal.

Vincent Brown WR SD 7 Months

Vincent Brown was held catch-less in the Wild Card round.

Brown has faceplanted in his first fully-healthy NFL season, playing poorly throughout 2013 and ultimately losing his starting job to Eddie Royal. It would be a surprise if Brown made any impact on San Diego's postseason run.

Vincent Brown WR SD 7 Months2 Comments

Vincent Brown was held catch-less on one target in San Diego's Week 17 overtime loss to Kansas City.

Brown's 2013 season was his first ever as a fully healthy player, but highly disappointing. Philip Rivers showed little confidence in the former third-round draft pick due to blown routes and inconsistent physicality. Because Brown lacks blazing speed and explosiveness, he needs to be a receiver who wins contested passes. And he didn't do that enough in 2013, getting severely outplayed by Keenan Allen. Brown finishes with a 41-471-1 line in 16 games, starting 13. The Chargers may look to upgrade on him in 2014.

Vincent Brown WR SD 7 Months

Vincent Brown had two catches for 38 yards in Sunday's Week 16 win over the Raiders.

He was targeted five times in the passing game. Brown drew a pass interference call that set up a four-yard touchdown to Keenan Allen in the third quarter and nearly had a 30-yard catch down the left sideline but couldn't stay in bounds. He hasn't been a factor as the Chargers' No. 2 wideout this season and will enter Week 17 with just 41 catches, 472 yards, and one touchdown.

Vincent Brown WR SD 8 Months

Vincent Brown caught three passes for 54 yards in San Diego's Week 15 win over the Broncos.

Brown's 54 yards actually led the team on a night were San Diego dialed up only 19 passes, mustering 166 yards through the air. Embarrassingly for the summer sleeper, Brown's 54 yards were his second most of the season. He'll remain off the fantasy radar for Week 16.

Vincent Brown WR SD 8 Months

Vincent Brown managed three catches for 30 yards on four targets in the Chargers' Week 14 win over the Giants.

A disappointment in both real life and fantasy this year, Brown will be someone the Chargers likely look to upgrade during the offseason.

Vincent Brown WR SD 8 Months1 Comment

Vincent Brown was held to one catch for 16 yards in San Diego's Week 13 loss to the Bengals.

The one-catch afternoon came despite the fact that Eddie Royal (toe, chest) was inactive. Brown is now on pace for a hugely disappointing 44/467/1 stat-line. Simply not living up to the lofty expectations he set before missing the entire 2012 season with a broken ankle, Brown is not a must-hold in Dynasty leagues.

Vincent Brown WR SD 8 Months2 Comments

Vincent Brown did not catch a pass in Sunday's Week 12 win at Kansas City.

Philip Rivers attempted 39 passes and Brown saw one target. He's turned into a blocker in San Diego's scheme.

Vincent Brown WR SD 8 Months

Vincent Brown (shoulder) is listed as probable for Week 12.

Brown returned to a full practice Friday after being limited earlier in the week. He's no higher than the No. 4 option in the passing game and is just a WR5 for Sunday's matchup against the Chiefs.

Vincent Brown WR SD 8 Months

Vincent Brown (shoulder) remained limited in Thursday's practice.

Brown's injury isn't expected to hold him out against the Chiefs. He'll be a WR5.