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Height/Weight: 5-11/190 | Birthdate: 1/25/1989 | Birthplace: Upland, CA, USA | Team: San Diego | College: San Diego State | NFL Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 19/2
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Chargers' role players contribute


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) The Chargers got a few minor contributions in their win over Kansas City. Among them, fullback Le'Ron McClain had a 3-yard carry and safety Eric Weddle had a 2-yard run.

Receivers Seyi Ajirotutu and Vincent Brown were each targeted once without a catch.


Chargers get offensive contributions


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/22/2013) The Chargers got an array of offensive contributions in their win over the Raiders. Receiver Vincent Brown caught two of five targets for 38 yards, and tight end John Phillips caught a 5-yard pass before leaving with a knee injury.

Tight end Ladarius Green was targeted once without a catch.


Vincent Brown leads the way with 54 yards


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/13/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown had a solid game in Week 15 against the Broncos Thursday, as he racked up his most yards since Week 5 in a 27-20 win Thursday.

Brown brought in all three passes thrown his way in the game, for a team-high 54 yards. He had a long reception of 32 yards in the game.

Brown hasn't made much of an impact in his second season, but he has played a bigger role than his rookie season. He has 39 receptions for 434 yards and a touchdown heading into Week 16 against the Raiders. 


Vincent Brown, Eddie Royal do little in Week 14 win


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/8/2013) Chargers wide receivers Vincent Brown and Eddie Royal both failed to make an impact during Sunday's win over the Giants in Week 14.

Brown was targeted four times and finished with three catches for 30 yards while Royal caught three of the four passes thrown his way for only 13 yards. Royal has not been targeted more than four times over his last four games. Brown has just 46 yards combined over his last two games.

The Chargers will travel to Denver for a Week 15 showdown against the Broncos on Thursday night.


Vincent Brown, Seyi Ajirotutu can't get going


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2013) Chargers receivers Vincent Brown and Seyi Ajirotutu were both held in check during Sunday's loss to the Bengals in Week 13.

Ajirotutu fell out of the rotation and was held without a target. Brown was targeted twice but had only one reception for a gain of 16 yards. That catch came in the second quarter of a 17-10 defeat.

The Chargers will host the Giants in Week 14.

Five probable Chargers ready to play


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Chargers S Jahleel Addae, WR Vincent Brown, DE Lawrence Guy, C Nick Hardwick and LB Manti Te'o are active Week 12 against the Chiefs.

Brown was limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but returned to full practice Friday. Hardwick was limited Thursday, but practiced in full Friday. Addae, Guy and Te'o were full participants every day this week.


Most Chargers probable on injury report


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/22/2013) Two Chargers starters have been designated as questionable for the game Sunday in Kansas City. They are wide receiver Eddie Royal (toe) and cornerback Johnny Patrick (concussion).

Royal did not participate in any practice this week, but the same held true the previous three weeks and he was active for every game.

The probables for the Chargers are safety Jahleel Addae (ankle), wide receivers Vincent Brown (shoulder) and Keenan Allen (knee), defensive end Lawrence Guy (toe), center Nick Hardwick (neck), running back Ryan Mathews (hamstring) and linebacker Manti Te'o (elbow).


Vincent Brown limited with shoulder problem


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/20/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown was limited in Wednesday practice with a shoulder ailment. Brown has not been blanked in the last five games, but he has just 10 catches for 126 yards and no touchdowns during that stretch.

Three snag two for Chargers in Sunday defeat


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/17/2013) Three Chargers caught two passes each in the loss Sunday against the Dolphins. The most productive was wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu, who gained 38 yards.

More established receivers did less with their opportunities. Eddie Royal added 20 yards and Vincent Brown 17 on their two catches.


Chargers backups do little in pass game


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown and tight end Ladarius Green failed to make a big impact Week 10 against the Broncos.

Brown caught three balls for 35 yards. He was targeted four times. Green caught just one pass, picking up 25 yards. 

They'll face off against the Dolphins Week 11.


Vincent Brown, Ladarius Green make small contribution


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(11/3/2013) The San Diego Chargers received minor receiving help from tight end Ladarius Green and wide receiver Vincent Brown on Sunday during an overtime loss at Washington Week 9. 

Brown and Green each caught one pass in the game from quarterback Philip Rivers. Brown was targeted six times but caught one ball for 17 yards. Green finished with one catch for 10 yards on the one target. Neither player scored. 

Brown has one touchdown this season and has fallen way behind Keenan Allen on the depth chart. Green is just the backup tight end to Antonio Gates. San Diego hosts Denver Week 10. 


Vincent Brown with solid Week 9 matchup


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/29/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown has only seen six targets come his way over the last two games heading into Week 9 at Washington. With Keenan Allen emerging and Eddie Royal still there to take away targets, Brown has four catches for just 57 yards in those last two games. 

He does have the capacity to have a big game against the Redskins Sunday, however. The Redskins' pass defense has been atrocious this season and opposing wide receivers have been able to rack up Fantasy points in bunches against them. Washington is currently allowing the third-most Fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers on the season. Only the Bills and Eagles are allowing more. 

Still, Brown hasn't scored since Week 1 of the season and has only topped 41 receiving yards once -- Week 5 at Oakland when he caught eight passes for 117 yards. 

Washington provides a nice matchup, but Brown should only be utilized in deeper Fantasy leagues as a No. 4 Fantasy wide receiver or flex option for Sunday's game.

Vincent Brown goes for 26 yards


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown caught two passes for 26 yards Sunday during the Week 7 win at Jacksonville. Brown was targeted twice in the game. His long catch went for 15 yards. The Chargers have a bye Week 8 and return Week 9 at Washington. 

Vincent Brown taking back seat


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/16/2013) Chargers wideout Vincent Brown has one career catch against his Week 7 opponent's, the Jaguars. That catch came back in 2011 at Jacksonville, where Sunday's game will be played, and went for a 22-yard touchdown.

Heading into this year's game against the Jaguars, Brown is coming off a poor performance. He went for two catches for 31 yards last week after going for eight grabs and 117 yards the week prior. He hasn't scored since Week 1 and he's taken a back seat behind rookie Keenan Allen.

The Jaguars have not been a good defense this season, though they have allowed just one 100-yard game to a wide receiver. Brown should be considered mostly a flex option for the Week 7 game.

Vincent Brown limited to two catches


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/15/2013) After catching seven passes in each of the previous two games, Chargers receiver Vincent Brown wasn't much of a factor in the win over the Colts. He caught two of four targets for 31 yards as fellow wideout Keenan Allen stole the show.

Brown was targeted on a sideline bomb in the first quarter, but the pass was broken up. Brown visits the Jaguars in Week 7.


Vincent Brown looking to spin 7-7-7


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/9/2013) Chargers receiver Vincent Brown enters Week 6 off consecutive seven-catch games. Seventeen of his 31 targets have come the past two weeks. He's yet to drop a pass this season.

On the flip side, Brown's 117-yard effort against Oakland last week was his first game clearing 50 yards, and he hasn't scored since Week 1. He's averaging only 10.3 yards per reception and 2.2 yards after the catch.

For now, Brown remains a much better option in PPR leagues than standard formats. Use him as PPR flex Monday night against the Colts.


Vincent Brown has big game for Chargers in Oakland


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/7/2013) The loss for the season of veteran receiver Malcom Floyd to injury has thrust other Chargers wide receivers into the spotlight. Among them is Vincent Brown, who shined brightly in that light Sunday night in Oakland.

Brown performed brilliantly in the loss with eight catches in nine targets for a team-best 117 yards. Both totals represent a season-high. He was particularly effective in a third quarter in which he snagged four passes for 85 yards in helping his team begin a vain comeback.

The Chargers hope his stock continues to rise when they host the Colts in Week 6 on Monday Night Football.


Fantasy owners should continue to wait on Vincent Brown


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/4/2013) Mike McCoy made good on his promise last week to get wide receiver Vincent Brown more involved in the passing game. But that involvement didn't exactly translate into a boon for Fantasy owners.

Brown caught a season-high seven passes in the defeat of Dallas, but for just 41 yards. He hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 1. More was expected of Brown after the loss of fellow wideout Malcom Floyd for the season and considering the explosive start for quarterback Philip Rivers. He has just 15 catches for 91 yards on the year for a woeful 6.1 YAC.

The Sunday game in Oakland could at least provide an opportunity for Brown to break loose. Opponents have proven quite proficient passing on the Raiders, who rank 17th in touchdowns allowed through the air with seven. Oakland is worse against the run, but the Chargers simply haven't shown enough on the ground. Their offense is ideal for Fantasy receivers, but Brown has yet to take advantage.

He could eventually, but he is no more than a flex option in deeper leagues at this point. Fantasy owners should stay away from Brown this week if possible.


Vincent Brown racks up 41 yards in Week 4


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(9/29/2013) Chargers receiver Vincent Brown was heavily involved in the passing game Sunday against the Cowboys in Week 4.

Brown caught seven of the nine passes thrown his way for 41 yards in a 30-21 victory. His nine targets were the second most among San Diego receivers. He has 15 catches for 91 yards through four games.

Brown and the Chargers will travel to Oakland for a Week 5 showdown against the Raiders.

'Touches will come' for Vincent Brown


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/24/2013) While Malcom Floyd, Antonio Gates and Eddie Royal have all been a big part of the Chargers' passing game through three games, wide receiver Vincent Brown has had a minimal impact. He's totaled eight catches on 14 targets for 50 yards and one touchdown.

Despite his slow start, coach Mike McCoy said there are no physical concerns with Brown, who missed the 2012 season due to a broken ankle and part of training camp with a hamstring injury. McCoy said Brown's production is a result of quarterback Philip Rivers not forcing passes, but added Brown's "touches will come."

"There may be something where Vincent may be No. 1 in the progression, but a coverage changes so you do not get it to him," McCoy said, per U-T San Diego. "It’s not like we’re not trying to get him the ball. It’s just Philip taking what the defense is giving him. All the receivers have done a great job of having the flexibility to move them around. In some of the no-huddle we have run, whether they are an X receiver or a Z receiver, they have done everything we've asked them to do. His touches will come."


Vincent Brown has two-catch outing Week 3


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/22/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown failed to capitalize Week 3 at Tennessee with wide receiver Malcom Floyd sidelined due to a neck injury. He managed just two catches for 11 yards.

Brown was targeted on a 1-yard touchdown pass in the second half -- his only incompletion of the game. Brown hasn't scored in two straight games after scoring in the opener.

San Diego is back in action Week 4 vs. Dallas.


Vincent Brown a Week 3 sleeper?


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(9/17/2013) With Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd expected to be sidelined Week 3 at Tennessee with a neck injury, the opportunities for Vincent Brown -- who is listed behind Floyd on the depth chart -- to make an impact should increase.

Brown hasn't had much of an impact in the first two games, totaling six catches for 39 yards. He did record a touchdown in the opener, however. The Titans allowed Houston receivers to rack up 230 receiving yards and one touchdown Week 2. Wide receivers are averaging 196 yards and 25 Fantasy points per week against Tennessee. 

If Floyd is out and Brown has to step into the starting lineup, then he could have sleeper potential Week 3. The Titans could focus their attention in the passing game to Antonio Gates and Eddie Royal, who are both coming off big performances Week 2. Still, there are plenty of other quality receivers to start in Fantasy, so consider Brown just a low-end option for deeper formats.


Vincent Brown has 26 receiving yards


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/15/2013) Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown caught four passes for 26 yards in Sunday's 33-30 victory over the Eagles. Brown was targeted seven times, the fourth-most on the team. 

Brown now has six receptions for 39 yards and a touchdown over the season's first two games. The Chargers travel to Tennessee to take on the Titans in Week 3. 


Vincent Brown a better bench option for Week 2


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/12/2013) Not only is Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown coming off a lost 2012 season thanks to a broken ankle, he's also competing with two other receivers -- Malcom Floyd and Eddie Royal -- as well as Ryan Mathews and Antonio Gates for the attention of Philip Rivers. Any of those five players could lead the team in receiving in Week 2, and the target breakdown against the Texans in Week 1 shows evidence of that: those five players averaged four targets, with none getting more than six or fewer than two. 

With a mix of players looking to break out each week (or, even worse, those players cannibalizing the breakout potential of each other) -- and Rivers only throwing for 195 yards in Week 1 -- it's best to sit back and see how things shake out before starting a wide receiver from this group.

The best we can say about Brown for Week 2 is that he's very talented, he's in an offense that should pass a good deal, and there's always a chance he's the guy who breaks out in Week 2. But with the absence of solid numbers to back things up, Brown is best left on the bench. 


Vincent Brown scores on spectacular effort


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/10/2013) Chargers wideout Vincent Brown, who missed all of last season with a broken ankle, scored a difficult 10-yard touchdown to put his team ahead 21-7 late in the first half Monday. On the play, Brown caught a short pass and lunged full-out for the pylon, barely hitting it before landing out of bounds.

Brown, who finished with two catches for 13 yards, was targeted four times. He visits the Eagles in Week 2.