Equanimeous St. Brown



Experience: 5 years

Height: 6-5

Age: 25

Weight: 214 lbs

College: Notre Dame


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17VikingsW 37 - 1011414140
14BearsW 45 - 30
16BrownsW 24 - 221-10-10-100
15@RavensW 31 - 30
12RamsW 36 - 2817770
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9@ChiefsL 7 - 13
10SeahawksW 17 - 0
8@CardinalsW 24 - 21212670
7Football TeamW 24 - 10000011313130
6@BearsW 24 - 14
5@BengalsW 25 - 22
4SteelersW 27 - 170000
2LionsW 35 - 1710000

Career Stats

WRTE Career

2018Green Bay Packers1272132815.654015550
2020Green Bay Packers121711716.724117770
2021Green Bay Packers13299810.92603144.7130


2021 SEASON:

  • Appeared in 13 games with two starts and ranked No. 3 on the team with seven tackles on special teams
  • Posted nine receptions for 98 yards (10.9 avg.) and three carries for 14 yards (4.7 avg.)
  • Was signed to the active roster from the practice squad on Oct. 13
  • Was on the Packers' practice squad for the first five weeks, but was elevated to the active roster for three games (Weeks 2 and 5 as a standard elevation, Week 4 as a COVID-19 replacement)
  • At San Francisco (Sept. 26): Played on six snaps on offense and five on special teams, recording one reception for 0 yards
  • Vs. Pittsburgh (Oct. 3): Appeared on 11 plays on offense and 10 on special teams, recording a tackle on a third-quarter kickoff return
  • At Cincinnati (Oct. 10): Played on 12 snaps on offense and registered a tackle in 11 snaps of work on special teams
  • At Chicago (Oct. 17): Appeared on 12 plays on offense and 13 on special teams, tying for the team lead with two tackles
  • Vs. Washington (Oct. 24): Played 12 snaps on offense and eight on special teams, posting a 13-yard carry to the Washington 14 midway through the second quarter
  • At Arizona (Oct. 28): Made his first start of the season with WRs Davante Adams and Allen Lazard sidelined (COVID-19/reserve), appearing on 67 of 73 snaps and posting two receptions for 12 yards (6.0 avg.)
  • At Kansas City (Nov. 7): Appeared on three plays on offense and 15 on special teams
  • Vs. Seattle (Nov. 14): Inactive (ankle)
  • At Minnesota (Nov. 21): Played 21 snaps on offense and 16 on special teams, posting a season-high 43 receiving yards on two catches (21.5 avg.) with an 11-yard carry
  • Vs. L.A. Rams (Nov. 28): Played 26 snaps on offense and 22 on special teams, recording a 7-yard reception and two tackles on special teams
  • Vs. Chicago (Dec. 12): Appeared on five plays on offense and seven on special teams. Recorded a tackle on special teams before departing the game after sustaining a concussion in the second quarter
  • At Baltimore (Dec. 19): Inactive (concussion)
  • Vs. Cleveland (Dec. 25): Started and played 48 snaps on offense
  • Vs. Minnesota (Jan. 2): Played on 18 snaps on offense and four on special teams, recording a 14-yard reception
  • At Detroit (Jan. 9): Appeared on 51 plays on offense, the most among wide receivers, and caught two passes for 22 yards (11.0 avg.)
  • Vs. San Francisco (NFC Divisional, Jan. 22): Started as the third WR and played 19 snaps on offense. Also appeared on five plays on special teams and posted a tackle

2020 SEASON:

  • Played in 12 games with one start and was inactive for one contest
  • Posted seven receptions for 117 yards (16.7 avg.) and a TD, with six picking up first downs, one carry for 7 yards and a tackle on special teams
  • Also appeared in both postseason contests, recording two receptions for 37 yards (18.5 avg.) and two tackles on special teams
  • Was placed on injured reserve (knee) on Sept. 19 and then was activated from on Oct. 17
  • At Houston (Oct. 25): Downed a JK Scott punt at the Houston 2-yard line in the second quarter
  • Vs. Minnesota (Nov. 1): Posted a 12-yard reception and a tackle on special teams
  • At Indianapolis (Nov. 22): Started as the third WR for the first time on the season and posted a 23-yard reception, taking a screen pass down to the Indianapolis 2-yard line to set up RB Aaron Jones' 2-yard TD run on the next play
  • Vs. Chicago (Nov. 29): Played 38 snaps and registered a season-high two receptions for 39 yards (19.5 avg.), including a 24-yarder on a third-and-10 in the third quarter, and added a 7-yard run
  • Vs. Tennessee (Dec. 27): Posted his first career TD reception when he caught a 21-yarder from QB Aaron Rodgers on the opening play of the second quarter. Came across the field to free himself from CB Desmond King II to make the grab in the end zone
  • Vs. L.A. Rams (NFC Divisional, Jan. 16): Appeared on 32 plays on offense in his NFL playoff debut and posted a 27-yard reception down to the Los Angeles 4 on a third-and-7 on Green Bay's opening drive
  • Vs. Tampa Bay (NFC Championship, Jan. 24): Hauled in a 10-yard reception and was tied for the team lead with two tackles on special teams

2019 SEASON:

  • Was placed on injured reserve on Aug. 31 after sustaining an ankle injury in the preseason vs. Oakland (Aug. 22) in Winnipeg
  • Spent the entire season on injured reserve

2018 SEASON:

  • Played in 12 games with seven starts and posted 21 receptions for 328 yards (15.6 avg.)
  • Ranked No. 5 in the league among rookies (min. 15 rec.) in yards per catch
  • Teamed with Valdes-Scantling to become the first rookie duo in team history to both register 20-plus receptions with an average of 15.0-plus yards per catch
  • Of his 21 receptions on the season, 13 picked up first downs (58.3 percent) and 12 were for 15-plus yards (52.2 percent)
  • Had one carry for 5 yards
  • Was active, but did not see any time, in one game, and was inactive for three contests
  • Vs. Chicago (Sept. 9): Played two snaps on special teams in his NFL debut
  • At Detroit (Oct. 7): Made his first career start, opening as the third WR with Randall Cobb (hamstring) and Geronimo Allison (concussion/hamstring) both sidelined. Finished No. 2 on the team with 89 receiving yards on three receptions (29.7 avg.), highlighted by a 54-yard reception late in the fourth quarter. His average of 29.7 yards per catch was the best by a Packers rookie (min. three rec.) since WR James Jones posted a 35.7-yard average (3-107) at Denver on Oct. 29, 2007. With under 20 seconds remaining, made an out-and-up move to create separation from CB Nevin Lawson to make the catch from Rodgers near the Green Bay 42 before spinning away to take the ball down the sideline for a 54-yard gain to the Detroit 23. Posted his first career reception midway through the first quarter, making a sliding grab over the middle for a 17-yard gain on second-and-16
  • At Minnesota (Nov. 25): Started and hauled in three receptions for 53 yards (17.7 avg.), with all three catches picking up first downs (15, 23, 15 yards). Also had his first career carry, picking up 5 yards on a jet sweep in the first quarter
  • At N.Y. Jets (Dec. 23): Started and played 39 snaps, pacing the team with a career-high 94 yards on a career-best five receptions (18.8 avg.). Late in the first half, made an inside move before cutting it up the field to find an opening as he hauled in a pass from Rodgers and took it 34 yards to the New York 24 on a drive that would be capped off by RB Jamaal Williams' 7-yard TD run. Midway through the fourth quarter, beat CB Trumaine Johnson down the right sideline for a 22-yard catch, absorbing a hit from DB Darryl Roberts after he made the catch that would sideline him for the remainder of the game and the season finale vs. Detroit (concussion)
  • 2018 Draft: Selected by the Packers with a compensatory pick in the sixth round (No. 207 overall)