C.C. Brown

#38S,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 208
Born:
College: Louisiana-Lafayette
Birth Place: Greenwood, Mississippi
Draft: 2005 6th round (14th pick) by the
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    What Derek Carr’s deal means for the Jaguars and Blake Bortles

    On Thursday, Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr became the highest-paid player in NFL history by signing a five-year extension worth $125 million. According to Tom Pelissero of USA Today, the deal includes $70 million in guaranteed money with $40 million guaranteed upon the contract signing. When looking at the contract in its totality, Carr will average $25 million a year. With Carr’s blockbuster deal out of the way, the question that has now been raised amongst the Jacksonville Jaguars community is what does this mean for Blake Bortles? In a recent episode of Harp on Sports with Seth Harp of Sports Radio 930 AM, Harp elaborated on the deal’s impact on the Jags and, like most, he seems to

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    Bengals among the least popular teams in the NFL

    The Cincinnati Bengals have had a rough stretch over the years. Despite going to the playoffs several times in recent history, they’ve failed to advance at all. It’s something that has bothered fans and has been fodder to those that would like to laugh at Cincinnati’s discomfort. Following a 6-9-1 season in 2016, it seems that the Bengals aren’t all that popular across the board. According to a ranking of popularity by 24/7 Wall St., Cincinnati ranks No. 24. Even though the Bengals have pretty cheap average ticket prices comparatively at only $164, their stadium wasn’t filled very often. Cincinnati had only a 92.4 percent fill rate in 2016. While that sounds high, it’s only a shade better than

  • 10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp
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    10 NFL players with most to prove in training camp

    Before long, all 32 NFL teams will officially be reporting to training camp in preparation for the 2017 regular season. It will be the beginning of a quest for Super Bowl LII, and everyone should legitimately feel like they have a chance. That extends to the players — both rookies and veterans — who will be trying to earn a job or secure a starting position. It’s easy to point out highly-drafted rookies or fringe players who need to perform well in training camp, but what about players of prominence? Whether they’re coming off injury, switching positions, or just looking to rebound from a poor 2016 season, here are 10 players with the most to prove in training camp. 10. Sammy Watkins, WR, Buffalo