College: Texas | 4 years
Height: 5'11" | Weight: 222 lbs
Birth Date: 5/15/1993
Depth Chart: RB1.2
2019 Bye Week: 9
Total Pts: 30.4
Avg Pts: 3.38
Rank: 69 RB
|Week 1||17.30||Malcolm Brown 53 rushing yds (5.30 pts)|
Malcolm Brown 2 rushing TDs (12.00 pts)
. . . Malcolm Brown 5 yd rushing TD
. . . Malcolm Brown 1 yd rushing TD
|Week 2||5.70||Malcolm Brown 37 rushing yds (3.70 pts)|
Malcolm Brown 10 receiving yds (1.00 pts)
Malcolm Brown 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 3||0.70||Malcolm Brown 7 rushing yds (0.70 pts)|
|Week 4||1.40||Malcolm Brown 14 rushing yds (1.40 pts)|
|Week 5||0.30||Malcolm Brown 3 rushing yds (0.30 pts)|
|Week 6||4.00||Malcolm Brown 40 rushing yds (4.00 pts)|
|Week 10||1.00||Malcolm Brown 10 rushing yds (1.00 pts)|
|Week 11||2.90||6-19yds / 0.1TDs projected|
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown had five carries for 10 yards in Week 10 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Rookie Darrell Henderson shared the leftover work with him, and he had four carries for four yards. Brown and Henderson cancel each other out in fantasy, but both are quality insurance for Todd Gurley owners.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown (ankle) practiced in full Thursday and Friday, and he's ready to return in Week 10. Rookie Darrell Henderson didn't do enough in Brown's absence to usurp him as starting running back Todd Gurley's backup. Brown and Henderson will likely share the duties to a degree, which makes both of them useless in your fantasy lineup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both are worth having as depth or insurance for Gurley.
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay said that running back Malcolm Brown (ankle) is trending in the right direction to play in Week 10 against the Steelers. Brown has been out since Oct. 13 against the 49ers. If he makes it back this Sunday, he'll likely split backup duties with Darrell Henderson, making both players hard to trust as RB3/flex plays behind Todd Gurley in a tough matchup on the road. Brown scored two touchdowns in the season opener against the Panthers but has done very little since. On the season, he's rushed for 154 yards on 37 carries (4.2 yards per tote) and the two touchdowns. He has only three pass-game targets.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown (ankle) will be out for Week 8 against the Bengals in London. It will be Brown's second straight absence. Todd Gurley returned from a one-game absence in Week 7 but was spelled often by rookie Darrell Henderson. Gurley maintains RB2 value in fantasy, but this matchup could offer Henderson plenty of potential for substantial touches in the second half with positive game script expected against the winless Bengals. Henderson has clear RB3/flex appeal for those hurting at the position or with bye-week blues.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown (ankle) is not practicing on Wednesday. Brown sat out in Week 7 and doesn't appear to be any closer to returning for this week's contest against the Bengals. Todd Gurley returned from his one-game absence last weekend but was spelled often by rookie Darrell Henderson in a blowout win over the Falcons. The script could be the same this weekend against a winless Bengals squad if Brown misses a second straight game. Henderson needs to be owned by Gurley owners, and he could have RB3/flex appeal again in Week 8 if Brown can't play.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown (ankle) is doubtful for Week 7 against the Falcons. Todd Gurley (thigh) is expected to return from a one-game absence anyway, so Brown's fantasy appeal would've taken a hit anyway. With Brown unlikely to play, though, look for rookie Darrell Henderson to see his biggest workload of the season with Gurley likely to be scaled back. The Falcons have been generous to opposing running backs in 2019 as well, making Henderson a sneaky DFS pick and RB3/flex in deeper leagues.
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley (thigh) will take part in individual drills at practice on Wednesday, while head coach Sean McVay said that running back Malcolm Brown (ankle) is day-to-day. Gurley was inactive last weekend but has a chance to return in Week 7 against the Falcons in a pristine matchup. He'd have RB2 upside if he returns, but playing at less than 100 percent in a potential timeshare will make him a shaky fantasy commodity nonetheless. If Gurley returns to the fold, Brown will be a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex, although he could see more work than early in the season. Darrell Henderson's value hinges on whether one of Gurley or Brown sit out this weekend.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown rushed 11 times for 40 yards in the Week 6 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. He was not targeted in the passing game. It was a disappointing showing as he was the lead back with Todd Gurley (quadriceps) out. There's no indication if Gurley will be back next week. Brown will have a shaky matchup against the decent run defense of the Atlanta Falcons, but he'll at least be worth flex consideration.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown is expected to see a larger workload in Week 6 with running back Todd Gurley (quadriceps) doubtful to play. Brown has done very little since his banner Week 1 with two scores. He'll have a tough matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, which have been the best team against opposing running backs over the last three weeks. Brown will serve as a low-end RB2 this week. Rookie Darrell Henderson should also see his most extensive action of the season, and he's worthy of flex consideration.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown had just one rush for three yards in the Week 5 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Brown has just 15 carries for 61 yards over the last four games and has a tough matchup against the San Francisco 49ers next week. He is just a handcuff to running back Todd Gurley and shouldn't be started in any format.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown has done very little since he vultured two touchdowns in Week 1. The team has used the pass heavily through four weeks. Even while monitoring starting running back Todd Gurley's touches, Brown has just 14 carries for 58 yards over the last three games. Brown is just a handcuff to Gurley owners and should not be started in fantasy.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown rushed five times for 14 yards in the Week 4 loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brown has done very little since his two-touchdown effort in Week 1. At this point, he's just a handcuff to running back Todd Gurley and shouldn't be considered for your lineups Thursday night against the Seattle Seahawks.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown has been invisible since his 11-53-2 breakout in Week 1. He has rushed nine times for 44 yards in two games since then. The Rams play a tough Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defense this week that hasn't allowed a score to the position through the first three weeks. The silver lining is that the Rams could beat the Bucs handily. Their aerial attack has been on point, and their usage of starting running back Todd Gurley has been sparse. The Rams have to turn around and play the divisional-rival Seattle Seahawks Thursday night in Week 5. It's unlikely they would run Gurley into the ground with a short week before a more important game. That's where Brown enters the fold. It's a risky play, but if you're thin at the position due to injury, Brown should be considered in your flex spot because of that potential for work.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown rushed just three times for seven yards in Week 3. It was a tough day overall for the running game as the team rushed 24 times to 38 pass attempts. Brown has done little in the last two games after a two-touchdown opener. He has a tough matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next week, and at this point, he's just a handcuff to Todd Gurley.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown could be a sneaky flex option against the Cleveland Browns in Week 3. The Browns have given up the sixth-most fantasy points to running backs this season. They flashed some big plays on offense last week, but it arguable that they should have did more against the flailing New York Jets. The Rams shouldn't have a lot of trouble with the Browns, and that could benefit Brown if the team opts to use running back Todd Gurley sparingly. Brown has 17 rushes for 90 yards and two Week 1 touchdowns, which makes him a gamble each week. There is some upside to using him this week.
Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown rushed just six times for 37 yards and caught a 10-yard pass in the Week 2 victory over the New Orleans Saints. It was a step back for Brown, who had a much larger workload in the season opener. Brown can't be relied on as a consistent contributor, but there will be matchups that he can exploit. The Cleveland Browns might be one next week. The Rams could get a big lead, and Brown could have plenty of garbage time to run. He's a flex option in Week 3.