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Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Date of Birth:  07/19/1997
Age:  25
Height  6'2"
Weight:   222
College:  Ohio State
Drafted:  2017 | Round 7 | Pick 239
Depth Chart:  3rd string

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR


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WOLF SPORTS PROJECTION

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

The Cowboys signed Noah Brown to a new deal.

Ahead of free agency next week, Dallas is bringing Brown back with a one-year extension through 2022. Brown has been a strong depth option at receiver for the Cowboys, seemingly always stepping up and doing a nice job when called upon on offense. Brown 16 receptions for 184 yards last season (career-highs), and he figures to have a decent shot to catch his first career touchdown in Year 5 this season.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

The Cowboys have placed Noah Brown (knee) on the PUP list.

Brown is expected to be ready for the regular season, but he won't be anything higher than the No. 4 receiver behind Amari Cooper, Randall Cobb, and Michael Gallup. We'll see if the Ohio State product—who caught five passes for 54 yards last year—can get on the field soon.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass in playoff loss to the Rams.

Brown gained 13 yards on his lone reception in the Cowboys' Divisional Round loss, making a nice catch on the sideline on a comeback route to set up a fourth-and-short. The Ohio State product is entering his third NFL season in 2019, and he'll look to carve out a bigger role with the Cowboys. For fantasy purposes, he is probably worth picking up or holding onto in deep dynasty leagues if you're not sure what to do with a roster spot.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass in Cowboys' playoff victory.

Brown gained six yards on his lone reception in the Wild Card Round win over Seattle. The Ohio State product was also targeted on a corner route that likely would've been a touchdown on an accurate throw, but it was slightly underthrown by Dak Prescott and intercepted on a nice play by K.J. Wright. Brown will continue getting time on offense in the Divisional Round next weekend.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass in Week 17.

Brown gained three yards on his lone reception against the Giants. The Ohio State product's regular season ends with five receptions for 54 yards.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass against the Bucs.

Brown gained six yards on his lone Week 16 reception. The talented receiver might get a good amount of playing time to conclude the regular season depending on how the Cowboys, locked into the No. 4 seed, play things, but there should be better options for your championship fantasy lineups.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass in Cowboys's loss.

Brown gained 14 yards on his lone Week 15 reception. He was also targeted on a deep ball down the sideline but couldn't come up with it in tight coverage. Brown has potential, but he's not an advisable fantasy option at the moment.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass in win over the Saints.

It went for nine yards. Brown ran the one of the best comeback routes that Troy Aikman has ever seen on Thanksgiving, and it might have led to extended playing time in Week 13. Still, Brown isn't getting enough looks to warrant fantasy consideration at this point.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass in Week 12.

Brown gained 22 yards on his lone reception against the Redskins. Brown has upside, but he's just a deep-league dynasty-league option for now.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown doesn't catch a pass in Week 17.

Brown had four receptions for 33 yards this season, and he's only someone to keep an eye on in dynasty leagues.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches one pass against the Raiders.

Brown gained eight yards on his lone reception. He’s only a dynasty league option at the moment.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown doesn't catch a pass against the Giants.

Brown ran a deep crossing route and got to the opposite sideline, but a Dak Prescott pass was deflected right before Brown was able to make a play on the ball. Brown isn't a fantasy option at the moment.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown catches 14-yard pass in Week 11 loss.

It was the rookie's first reception since September. He isn't a fantasy option.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown gets one target in Week 3 win.

Brown caught a 13-yard pass against the Cardinals. He's not getting enough playing time to be on fantasy rosters right now.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Brown catches 19-yard score in win over the Colts.

The rookie out of Ohio State has make an impact for two straight games, and is making a case to be on the 53-man roster—or at least the practice squad—in Dallas or elsewhere. Brown will try to get some playing time in the regular season dress rehearsal next Saturday against Oakland.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

Noah Brown caught three passes for 41 yards in Saturday night's game against the Rams.

Brown will need Dallas to keep six wideouts to make Cowboys, but he will 100% be on an NFL team—practice squad at the very least—having just turned 20-years-old less than a month ago. Brown is an intriguing name to watch in dynasty leagues.

Noah Brown | Cowboys WR

The Cowboys select Ohio State receiver Noah Brown with the 239th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Brown is a big, versatile receiver that before the season was thought to have a chance to have a huge year for Ohio State. Brown had 32 receptions for 402 yards and seven touchdowns, and decided to go pro after his redshirt sophomore season (he missed 2015 with a broken leg). Brown is someone with a lot of potential, and he'll try to make the Cowboys roster as a rookie.