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Regarded as the number one recruit in the country in 2008, this former high school All-America selection took an unconventional route to the NFL. Brown played only 13 games on the collegiate level with Tennessee and Kansas State, rushing 104 times for 476 yards and 3 TDs. He left Tennessee following his freshman
year in 2009 when head coach Lane Kiffin took a job at USC. He transferred to Kansas State and sat out the 2010 season, but suffered an ankle injury early in 2011 and played in just one game before leaving the program. After participating in the Wildcats Pro Day in 2012, he ended up being drafted by the
Eagles in the 7th round. In an impressive rookie campaign, Brown broke the team’s single-game rushing record with 178 yards in his first NFL start.

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Regarded as the number one recruit in the country in 2008, this former high school All-America selection took an unconventional route to the NFL. Brown played only 13 games on the collegiate level with Tennessee and Kansas State, rushing 104 times for 476 yards and 3 TDs. He left Tennessee following his freshman
year in 2009 when head coach Lane Kiffin took a job at USC. He transferred to Kansas State and sat out the 2010 season, but suffered an ankle injury early in 2011 and played in just one game before leaving the program. After participating in the Wildcats Pro Day in 2012, he ended up being drafted by the
Eagles in the 7th round. In an impressive rookie campaign, Brown broke the team’s single-game rushing record with 178 yards in his first NFL start.

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