Aaron Brown

#50LB,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 237
Born:
College: Hawaii
Birth Place: Puyallup, Washington
Draft: 2012 7th round (2nd pick) by the
  • Dak Prescott hype getting out of control, as shown by NFL top 100 list
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    Dak Prescott hype getting out of control, as shown by NFL top 100 list

    Dak Prescott was incredible in 2016. Prescott was a revelation last season, and the hype isn’t going to slow down anytime soon. The NFL Network does its “Top 100 Players” countdown every offseason, and it’s a flawed list in many ways.

  • USA Today

    Jaguars claim OL Rhaney off waivers, release Collins

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars have claimed offensive lineman Demetrius Rhaney off waivers from the Los Angeles Rams. The Jaguars announced the move Wednesday and said they released rookie offensive lineman Parker Collins to make room on the roster for Rhaney. The 6-foot-2, 301-pound Rhaney was a seventh-round draft pick out of Tennessee State by the Rams in 2014. He spent his first season on injured reserve but played in every regular-season game the past two seasons, starting once at left guard in 2015. For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and https://www.twitter.com/AP_NFL

  • Rams CB Trumaine Johnson "0 Percent" Chance To Sign Contract
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    Rams CB Trumaine Johnson "0 Percent" Chance To Sign Contract

    CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora has a piece up tonight covering the three players on a franchise tag looking to ink a long-term deal: Washington Football Conglomerate QB Kirk Cousins, Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell and Los Angeles Rams CB Trumaine Johnson. The chances Cousins gets a deal in D.C.? La Canfora gives it 80%. Bell to remain the bellwether in Pitt? 50%. Tru to work out a multi-year contract extension after being tagged for his second year in a row? Odds: 0 percent In most cases I'd never say never, but this is the exception. The sides spoke just once, a ways back, and weren't close enough to even merit a follow-up phone call. Which actually isn't surprising, given the particulars