Everette Brown

#50LB,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 263
Born:
College: Florida State
Birth Place: Stantonsburg, North Carolina
Draft: 2009 2nd round (11th pick) by the
  • An Unusual Approach To The Browns’ Quarterback Position
    Dawgs By Nature

    An Unusual Approach To The Browns’ Quarterback Position

    Over the last two offseasons, the Cleveland Browns have had the opportunity to draft any quarterback that they wanted, except Jared Goff. Now, perhaps Goff is the ONLY quarterback head coach Hue Jackson wanted and since we couldn't have him, nobody else was worth it, for two years. Could also be that we just did not like any of the guys that were available (including Goff) and instead are waiting for the apparent pot of gold at the end of next draft season’s rainbow (assuming several underclassmen declare). Another possible explanation is: perhaps the strategy is not to draft 1st round QB’s, ever. I don’t say this to be miserly or judgmental - other than to say that if the Browns are doing what

  • Isaiah Crowell: 'I feel like we're going to shock the world'
    Browns Wire3 hours ago

    Isaiah Crowell: 'I feel like we're going to shock the world'

    Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell hosted his third annual football camp for kids in his hometown of Columbus, Georgia this week. As part of his return to Georgia, “Crow” met with the local media to talk about his career thus far, but also where it is headed. Crowell definitely believes in the changes he’s seeing in Cleveland. “I feel very good about it,” Crowell proudly proclaimed. “I feel like we’re building something special. A lot of people are underestimating us, but I feel like we’re going to shock the world.” He senses the excitement around the rebuild. Now entering his third season, Crowell has a pretty solid grasp of what it takes to win in the NFL. After rushing for almost

  • Illustrated Review: Predators’ defense has tall task in containing Penguins’ Crosby, Malkin
    Sports Illustrated

    Illustrated Review: Predators’ defense has tall task in containing Penguins’ Crosby, Malkin

    In team sports, there's a defensive strategy that's been in play for decades, colloquially known as “anybody but him.” In baseball, teams intentionally walking Barry Bonds, lest risking the San Francisco Giants slugger beat them with the long ball.