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35 Bryce Brown RB
Height/Weight: 6-0/220 | Birthdate: 5/14/1991 | Birthplace: Wichita, KS, USA | Team: Buffalo | College: Kansas State | NFL Experience: 3 | Owned/Started%: 77/27 | Average Draft Position: 171.14
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Bills RB Fred Jackson officially ruled out for Week 8


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/24/2014) As expected, Bills running back Fred Jackson was officially ruled out for Week 8 against the Jets because of a groin injury, per WGR.

Jackson sustained the injury in the previous week against the Vikings and will likely require at least two weeks of recovery. The team will likely turn to Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon to shoulder the load against New York.


Taking a look at the waiver wire for running backs


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/21/2014) With a slew of running backs injured or on bye in Week 8, the waiver-wire is going to be a feeding frenzy this week. In his weekly waiver-wire column, Jamey Eisenberg, tabs Bills back Bryce Brown (4 percent ownership) as the must-add option.

Brown is set to see a larger role in the wake of injuries to C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson, who can be freely dropped at this point. The Rams' Tre Mason (17 percent), the Jaguars' Denard Robinson (5 percent), the Saints' Travaris Cadet (4 percent) and the Panthers' Jonathan Stewart (47 percent) round out the rest of the top-five for the running back priority list. 


Bills backs might get off to slow start


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/21/2014) Bills running backs Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon don't have a great matchup on the way in what will be their first games with an expanded role in Week 8, but both should still be on Fantasy radars.

Both Brown and Dixon will be among the most-added players on waivers this week, with C.J. Spiller already out for the season and Fred Jackson likely to miss some time. Brown is considered the more promising option of the two long-term, though there is a good chance both could struggle in Week 8 against the Jets.

The Jets have allowed just four touchdowns to opposing running backs this season, and three of them have been through the air. Opposing backs are averaging just 76.7 yards on 3.7 yards per carry on the ground, so the Bills' running game could be in for a rough outing.

The team hasn't given much of an indication as to how the playing time will be split up, but the beat writer for the team's official website thinks Dixon will at least get the edge in passing downs. Brown is the more talented runner, but the team may play it safe, at least at first, and split time between the two.

The Bills follow up Sunday's game with a bye in Week 9, so we might have to wait until Week 10 to really see how the running game shakes out. If you have the roster space, either player will be worth placing a waiver-wire bid on, but they may be tough to rely on at first. 


Bills not ready to name starter between Anthony Dixon, Bryce Brown


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2014) Bills coach Doug Marrone is not ready to tip his hand on who he intends to use in the backfield Week 8 against the Jets. With C.J. Spiller likely out for the season with a broken clavicle and Fred Jackson sidelined at least four weeks with a groin injury, the Bills will likely turn to Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown for the majority of the workload on Sunday.

"We have a little bit of a feel" for what Dixon and Brown offer, from games and practice, respectively, Marrone said during his Monday news conference, per the team's official website.


Bills' Jackson: Bills won't 'miss a beat' with Brown, Dixon at RB


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2014) Bills running backs Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon are expected to shoulder the workload after running backs Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller suffered injuries Sunday against the Vikings.

While only time will tell how coach Doug Marrone intends to use his new backfield formation, Jackson spoke highly of Brown when asked specifically about the third-year back during an interview Monday with WGR Sportsradio 550.

"He is an every down back," Jackson said, per the team's official website. "He can do it all. He’s a guy who can carry the ball 20-25 times. He’s a guy who can pass protect his butt off and run routes well out of the backfield. We won’t miss a beat with a guy like him. He’s a guy who is going to come out and can produce. We know what he’s capable of doing. I’m excited to see him get his opportunity. It comes at a time when we’ve lost a couple of guys who were valuable to the team, but that’s why we have Bryce and Boobie. They can step in and shoulder that weight and we don’t expect to miss a beat."


Anthony Dixon, Bryce Brown names to watch for Bills


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/19/2014) The Bills could be without their top two running backs after Week 7, which could thrust Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown into larger roles moving forward.  

With C.J. Spiller's season likely done and Fred Jackson dealing with a groin injury, Dixon carried the ball 13 times for 51 yards, while adding 15 yards on three receptions. He should see a bigger role than he has so far this season, but it might be Brown who has more value for Fantasy owners, since Dixon has never carried the ball more than 14 times in his five NFL seasons.

The Bills acquired Brown this offseason but have yet to use him. However, he has more potential than Dixon and figures to be a bigger part of the team's future anyways. Brown had thrived in limited opportunities in the past, rushing for 387 yards and four touchdowns on 71 carries over the course of four games late in his rookie season with the Eagles.

Whether Jackson will be sidelined moving forward remains to be seen, but Brown looks like the back to target on waivers this week. He should finally see the field and has enough upside to make him worth a flier. 


Mike Williams among Bills inactives Week 6


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/12/2014) Bills wide receiver Mike Williams, safety Aaron Williams, cornerback Ross Cockrell, running back Bryce Brown, linebacker Randell Johnson, tackle Cyrus Kouandjio and wide receiver Marcus Easley were all ruled inactive Week 6 vs. New England.

Bills announce Week 5 inactives vs. Lions


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(10/5/2014) The Bills have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's game against the Lions: defensive tackle Kyle Williams (knee), linebacker Nigel Bradham (knee), guard Chris Williams (back), wide receiver Marcus Easley (knee), cornerback Ross Cockrell, running back Bryce Brown and offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio.

Bradham and Kyle Williams were doubtful to play on the team's final injury report, and the absence of both key defenders could cause problems against the Lions offense. Easley and Chris Williams had already been ruled out Friday.


Bills announce Week 4 inactives


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/28/2014) The Bills have designated the following players as inactive for Sunday's Week 4 battle with the Texans: wide receivers Marquise Goodwin (concussion) and Marcus Easley (knee), linebacker Randell Johnson (knee), offensive lineman Chris Williams and Cyrus Kouandjio, running back Bryce Brown and cornerback Ross Cockrell.

Bills announce Week 3 inactives


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/21/2014) Linebacker Keith Rivers (groin) headlines the Bills' inactive list for Week 3 against the Chargers. Joining him on the sidelines are linebacker Randell Johnson, defensive back Ross Cockrell, tight end Chris Gragg, running back Bryce Brown, and offensive linemen Cyril Richardson and Cyrus Kouandjio.

Bills announce seven inactives for Sunday


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/14/2014) The Bills seven-player inactive list for Week 2 is as follows: defensive backs Ross Cockrell and Jonathan Meeks, running back Bryce Brown, linebacker Keith Rivers, tight end Lee Smith, and offensive linemen Cyril Richardson and Cyrus Kouandijo. 

Stephon Gilmore among Bills inactives in Week 1


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Bills starting cornerback Stephon Gilmore is inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Bears with a groin injury.

Gilmore's absence is a plus for the Bears' talented wide-receiver corps, as cornerback is projected to be the strength of the Bills back seven on defense. Other Bills inactives include running back Bryce Brown, offensive tackle Cyrus Kouandjio, guard Cyril Richardson, safety Jonathan Meeks, tight end Lee Smith and defensive end Jacquies Smith. Anthony Dixon, who was questionable to play with a hamstring issue, is active over Brown.


Bryce Brown the odd man out?


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/7/2014) Bills coach Doug Marrone said he prefers to use two running backs, not three. That's presumably bad news for newly-acquired Bryce Brown, who's behind C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson.

"I don’t know if I want to get it down to three. I’ve never been a guy that has three backs playing in the game," Marrone told ESPN.com. "I’ve always believed, and you guys know, in the two backs. It’ll come down to two backs; the two backs going in there."


Bryce Brown racks up 40 yards on the ground in Bufallo debut


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(8/3/2014) Bills running back Bryce Brown led the team in rushing during Sunday's preseason opener against the Giants.

Brown, who was traded from Philadelphia in the offseason, didn't get his first touch until early in the second quarter with the second-team offense. He played until the third quarter and finished with 40 yards on seven carries, averaging 5.7 yards per attempt. He also caught all two of the passes thrown his way for 12 yards.

Bryce Brown off to a hot start


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/22/2014) Sammy Watkins might be getting most of the attention through the early days of Bills camp, but running back Bryce Brown has looked great so far. Acquired via trade from Philadelphia, Brown seems to like his change of scenery as he's shown off his burst getting into the second level of the defense according to ESPN. Adding hyperbole, TheMMQB.com says Brown looked as if he has "rockets in his shoes." 

Brown is expected to at least serve as depth behind C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson this season, but a strong camp and preseason could push him into a part-time role. 


Bryce Brown part of Bills' future?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/8/2014) The Bills have C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson as their primary running backs entering the 2014 season, but Bryce Brown could be part of their long-term plans.

ESPN noted that Spiller is entering a contract year and could ask for a lot of dough while Jackson is 33 years old. Brown, a third-year player, is someone the team would like "to develop into one of their lead backs," according to the site. He's under contract through the 2015 season and should carry a cheaper price tag than Spiller. 


Bills acquire Bryce Brown from Eagles


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(5/10/2014) With C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson both on the last year of their contracts, the Bills have aqcuired running back Bryce Brown from the Eagles for a conditional fourth round draft pick in 2015, which can turn into a third-round selection in 2016, ESPN reports. Both teams also swapped seventh round picks in this year's draft.

Brown, who was on the trading block during the offseason, rushed for 878 yards in two seasons with the Eagles, including 314 yards and two scores in 2013.

Report: Chip Kelly prefers Chris Polk to Bryce Brown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/25/2014) Eagles coach Chip Kelly prefers Chris Polk's running style to Bryce Brown's and sees Polk "as a better complement" to running back LeSean McCoy, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. Polk is more of a north-south runner, and Kelly likes that he "wastes so few yards."

If Brown is traded, Polk would be in for a major increase in touches.


Not far-fetched to trade Bryce Brown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/11/2014) The Eagles might want to explore what they can get for No. 2 running back Bryce Brown, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer. Brown is talented enough to be a starter and Eagles brass is high on Chris Polk, who took snaps ahead of Brown at times last season, the report said.

The paper notes the Jets traded a fourth-round pick for Chris Ivory last year. If the Eagles could get a third-rounder for Brown, they'd have to consider it.


Eagles looking for more out of Bryce Brown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(1/28/2014) Putting aside his 65-yard touchdown run against the Bears, Eagles No. 2 running back Bryce Brown averaged under 3.4 yards per carry on his other 74 attempts, reports Birds 24/7. Brown was stuffed at or behind the line of scrimmage 15 times, or once every five carries.

"Maybe Brown just needs more time in the system, but in a run-heavy offense, the Eagles need more production from their No. 2 guy," the report said.


Bryce Brown scores critical touchdown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/29/2013) With his team leading 17-16, Eagles backup running back Bryce Brown broke loose for 6-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter at Dallas. The score proved to be the difference in Philly's win.

Brown, who finished with two carries for 11 yards, has scored in each of the past two weeks. He was not targeted in the passing game against the Cowboys. 


Bryce Brown goes for 115 yards, touchdown


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/23/2013) Eagles backup running back Bryce Brown joined in the fun Sunday night, gliding through the Bears defense for 115 yards and a touchdown on just nine carries. Brown averaged 12.8 yards per tote in producing his first 100-yard game and first score this season.

Facing a demoralized Chicago defense, Brown broke loose for a 65-yard touchdown with 6:24 remaining. Brown visits the Cowboys in Week 17.


Several Eagles make minor plays in win over Lions


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/8/2013) Running back Bryce Brown contributed the most among the minor players for the Eagles in their defeat of Detroit on Sunday. He managed 19 yards on six carries and added a catch for 13 yards.

Tight end Brent Celek had two catches for 29 yards. Fellow tight end Zach Ertz was blanked.


Bryce Brown has four rushing yards in victory


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/1/2013) Eagles running back Bryce Brown gained four rushing yards on five carries in Sunday's 24-21 win over the Cardinals. It was the second straight game with fewer than five rushing yards for Brown. 

Brown had trouble finding running room all day, and was sitting on -2 total yards at halftime. He also didn't see a passing target in the game. 

The Eagles face the Lions in Week 14. 


Bryce Brown again a minimal contributor


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/17/2013) Though he got a chance to play for a series when starter LeSean McCoy went down with a hamstring injury in the second quarter Week 11 against the Redskins, Eagles backup running back Bryce Brown went back to being an afterthought when McCoy returned to the lineup for the second half. In all, Brown had four carries for 2 yards and two catches for 28.

The six touches were about the norm for Brown this season. He has only once had double-digit touches in a game.

The Eagles are on bye in Week 12. They'll host the Cardinals in Week 13.