Brandon London

#15WR,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 210
Born:
College: Massachusetts
Birth Place: Richmond, Virginia
Draft: Undrafted
  • ABC News

    Trumaine Johnson won't reach deal by July 17 deadline for franchised players

    The Los Angeles Rams and Trumaine Johnson will not reach an agreement on a long-term contract by the July 17 deadline, a source told ESPN, meaning the cornerback will play under the franchise tender for the second straight season. Johnson signed his franchise tender with the Rams on March 6, guaranteeing himself a 2017 salary of $16.742 million, which will make him the NFL's highest-paid cornerback. Johnson is one of three players who received the franchise tag and have not agreed to a long-term contract this offseason. Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins and Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell are the others. There is an improved tone in talks between Cousins and the Redskins,

  • James Harrison checks in as most intimidating player in the NFL
    Steelers Wire

    James Harrison checks in as most intimidating player in the NFL

    There are some NFL players that scare even other players. Every player in the league plays with intensity, but there are some guys who take it to a whole different level. NFL Network asked former player Shawn Merriman NFL Network asked former player Shawn Merriman to list his five most intimidating players in the league, and yes, the Pittsburgh Steelers resident superhero James Harrison is No. 1. There’s no doubt if you watch the way Harrison trains on social media that some players would be intimidated before Deebo even steps on the field. I can’t imagine how terrifying it would be for a young tackle to look up and see Harrison staring him down before the snaps. He is more intimidating in practice

  • AFC North Q&A: Do Ravens have Super Bowl-caliber defense?
    ESPN.com

    AFC North Q&A: Do Ravens have Super Bowl-caliber defense?

    Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer Close University of Maryland graduate Lives in the Baltimore area with his wife and son Follow on Twitter Newly acquired safety Tony Jefferson said the Baltimore Ravens' defense has a chance to be legendary after finishing No. 7 last season. Let's leave legendary alone for a second and just focus on whether it's Super Bowl-caliber. ESPN's AFC North reporters provide their opinions. Jeremy Fowler, ESPN's Pittsburgh Steelers reporter: The Ravens' defense can be top five in the league in 2017, but it's not quite Super Bowl-caliber just yet. Let's call it AFC North-caliber. Baltimore can win the division behind an always stout rushing defense and a safety tandem