Brown was cut by the Colts before he was signed to the Patriots’ practice squad on August 30. He made an impact in Sunday’s game against the New York Jets when catching a 58-yard touchdown pass that proved to be important in New England’s 15-10 victory.
New England still has a little ways to go before their showdown with Indianapolis. Nevertheless, Brown is looking to show what he can do in a strong tight ends room that also has Hunter Henry and Mike Gesicki.
“Can’t wait,” Brown said, when talking about facing the Colts.
Pharaoh Brown said he "can't wait" to face the Colts in November. Indy cut him last month, which was how he landed with the Patriots.
— Zack Cox (@ZackCoxNESN) September 28, 2023
The game could have implications for New England with Indianapolis currently sitting with a 2-1 record. In the meantime, it will be fun to see what kind of role Brown will play from here on out.