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Freddie Brown
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Height:
6-4
Weight:
210
College:
Utah
Hometown:
La Verne, CA
Experience:
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Brown seeks first regular-season action in 2010 after closing his rookie 2009 season on Bengals practice squad … Signed on 1-11-10 to Cincinnati’s offseason roster … A late-blooming college prospect, he broke into Utah’s starting lineup as a senior in 2008, aiding Utes’ 13-0 season and posting numbers that earned him a late ’09 draft selection by Cincinnati.

Brown seeks first regular-season action in 2010 after closing his rookie 2009 season on Bengals practice squad … Signed on 1-11-10 to Cincinnati’s offseason roster … A late-blooming college prospect, he broke into Utah’s starting lineup as a senior in 2008, aiding Utes’ 13-0 season and posting numbers that earned him a late ’09 draft selection by Cincinnati.

2009 RECAP: Drafted by Bengals in seventh round (252nd overall) … Played in all four preseason games, with one catch for 18 yards … Waived Sept. 5 … Signed Nov. 10 to Bengals practice squad, where he remained through the end of postseason play.

COLLEGE: Played four seasons (2005-08) at Utah, appearing in 42 games with 15 starts … Totaled 116 catches for 1358 yards and seven TDs … Made 13 of his career starts as a senior, leading unbeaten club in receptions (77) and receiving yards (900), with seven TDs … Capped his career with a 12-catch, 125-yard game as Utah upset Alabama in Sugar Bowl … In Utes’ key 2008 regular-season win vs. TCU, he made three crucial catches on winning TD drive, including go-ahead score with 48 seconds to play … Prior to his Utah career, he redshirted in 2004 at Citrus College (Glendora, Calif.).

PERSONAL: Hometown is La Verne, Calif. … Attended Damien High School, where he was a first-team all-league selection in both football and basketball … Earned bachelor’s degree from Utah in human development and family studies.

*NOTE: Brown did not earn an accrued year of experience toward NFL free agency in 2009 because he was not on an NFL 53-player roster, a Reserve/Injured list or a Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list for the required minimum of six games. He is designated a first-year player in 2010.

 

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