Dyami Brown – Commanders WR
Establishing himself within the wide receiver room has been difficult for Dyami Brown to date. Not entirely unsurprising when one considers the Washington Commanders have Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel, and Jahan Dotson sitting above him on the depth chart.
Brown flashed potential when targets arrived. But the sample size isn’t big enough to suggest anything other than a rotational role heading into the 2023 campaign.
However, all hope is not lost with Brown.
Far from it, actually.
The former North Carolina stud is set to benefit from ex-college teammate Sam Howell as his quarterback once again if he wins the starting job. This was a highly productive tandem on the Tarheels, which could be the springboard for better fortunes at the next level if the same chemistry is conjured.
Another thing working in Brown’s favor is the presence of Eric Bieniemy, who has full offensive control after his high-profile switch from the Kansas City Chiefs. This should see things become more expansive, which might lead to more opportunities for the third-year-pro if he impresses enough during the upcoming preparation period.
Brown should see this as a major opportunity. And the Commanders drafted him in the second round for a reason, after all.