Brown turns 27 in May and has been effective in a back-up role behind Todd Gurley over that past two seasons though the Rams offensive line was woeful in 2019. In his past two campaigns, Brown has amassed 112 carries, 467 yards and five touchdowns as a runner along with seven receptions and another touchdown as a receiver. He will compete with 2019 rookie Darrell Henderson for the lead role though the Rams were far more of a committee team in 2019. It remains to be seen if a committee is the favored approach going forward or, perhaps, it was necessitated by Todd Gurley's questionable knees. In either case, the cap-strapped Rams aren't likely to make a splash in free agency to bring in a high-profile name which bodes well for both Brown and Henderson, at least in 2020. Dynasty owners shouldn't count out Brown, DLF's RB55, as he carries NFL size (5'11/222), possesses underrated hands and has the experience and trust to win the lead role. At a significant discount to Darrell Henderson, Malcolm Brown should be owned in all formats on the possibility he emerges as the lead runner when the 2020 season kicks off.