|Sep. 25, 20166:18 PM PT7:18 PM MT8:18 PM CT9:18 PM ET1:18 GMT9:18 AM 北京时间6:18 PM MST8:18 PM EST8:18 PM CT5:18 UAE (+1)21:18 ET0:18 - Brown caught 12 passes for 140 yards on Sunday agains the Eagles but did not find the end zone.
Analysis: Since scoring twice in Week 1, Brown does not have a TD, leaving most of his fantasy owners frustrated.
|Sep. 12, 20166:35 PM PT7:35 PM MT8:35 PM CT9:35 PM ET1:35 GMT9:35 AM 北京时间6:35 PM MST8:35 PM EST8:35 PM CT5:35 UAE (+1)21:35 ET0:35 - Brown was in last season's form in the Steelers' 2016 opener, as the star wideout logged eight catches totaling 126 yards and two touchdowns to help Pittsburgh defeat Washington.
Analysis: Coming off a season in which he tied for the NFL lead with 136 catches and finished second with 1,834 receiving yards, it goes without saying that Brown should be a fixture in weekly lineups. He'll next face a Cincinnati team he burned for 119 yards on seven grabs in January's AFC Wild Card round.
|Aug. 31, 201612:03 PM PT1:03 PM MT2:03 PM CT3:03 PM ET19:03 GMT3:03 AM 北京时间12:03 PM MST2:03 PM EST2:03 PM CT23:03 UAE15:03 ET18:03 - The Steelers restructured Brown's current contract Wednesday to give him a $4 million advance against his 2017 salary.
Analysis: This is the second straight year the Steelers have tweaked the details of Brown's contract to give him a pay bump. The team advanced the two-time All-Pro $2 million in 2015. Brown will make $10.25 million this season.
|July 31, 20167:57 PM PT8:57 PM MT9:57 PM CT10:57 PM ET2:57 GMT10:57 AM 北京时间7:57 PM MST9:57 PM EST9:57 PM CT6:57 UAE (+1)22:57 ET1:57 - Brown made it clear that he wants a new contract, but never considered holding out despite greatly outperforming his current deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The wide receiver spoke about his contract status for the first time on Sunday following the Steelers' first padded training camp practice at St. Vincent College. Brown insisted he's focused on preparing for the upcoming season and not his contract situation.
Analysis: Brown currently has two years left on his current contract, which expires in 2017. He established franchise records by recording at least 120 receptions and 1,600 receiving yards in consecutive seasons. The 28-year-old Brown also set NFL records, becoming the first player in league history with 526 receptions in his first six years and the first to catch at least 125 passes in consecutive seasons.