Jalil Brown

#31CB,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 210
Born:
College: Colorado
Birth Place: Phoenix, Arizona
Draft: 2011 4th round (21st pick) by the
  • Fox News

    Prosecutors: Ex-NFL player is the victim of $4.5M fraud

    INDIANAPOLIS –  A money manager stole more than $4.5 million over nearly a decade from an unnamed former NFL player who played several years for the Indianapolis Colts, federal prosecutors said Friday. Kenneth Ray Cleveland, 63, of Agoura Hills, California, was indicted on seven counts of wire fraud and three counts of money laundering in the investment fraud scheme, U.S. Attorney Josh Minkler said. Cleveland was the football player's financial adviser starting when the player entered the NFL after college, prosecutors said, and the player provided Cleveland with millions of dollars to invest. Cleveland used $2 million of the money he received from the player to pay other clients in a Ponzi scheme

  • Could fourth straight 0-2 start spell doom for coach Chuck Pagano?
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    Could fourth straight 0-2 start spell doom for coach Chuck Pagano?

    Chuck Pagano has led the Indianapolis Colts to the playoffs in three of his five seasons, including an AFC Championship Game appearance in 2014. They’ve yet to have a losing record under Pagano. But the questions on how much longer Pagano will remain coach of Indianapolis beyond next season started when Chris Ballard was named general manager in January. Mike Wells: That’s usually the immediate reaction when a new general manager is hired and the head coach isn’t "his" guy, meaning Ballard wasn’t the person that hired Pagano, who is headed into Year 6 as coach of the Colts. It also doesn’t help that owner Jim Irsay said back in January, “For 2017, Chuck is our coach.” No guarantees beyond next

  • Chargers' Joey Bosa was on pace to best Reggie White, Dwight Freeney as rookie
    Chargers Wire

    Chargers' Joey Bosa was on pace to best Reggie White, Dwight Freeney as rookie

    Los Angeles Chargers second year defensive end Joey Bosa earned his fair share of accolades as a rookie even taking home the defensive rookie of the year award in 2016, however, most casual NFL fans still have little clue just how great Bosa during his first season. Bosa amassed 10.5 sacks in 12 games played for a sack-per-game rate of .875 When one expands that rate across a full 16 game season, Bosa would have tallied 14 sacks had injury not kept him off of the field for one-quarter of the season. For context, former Tennessee Titans defensive end Jevon “The Freak” Kearse holds the rookie all-time sack record with just 14.5, followed by former San Francisco 49ers rookie Aldon Smith’s 14. From