Buffalo’s organized team activities wrapped up on Thursday, and while everyone knows players like
Defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz has already mentioned Brown as a solid player and his play in OTAs was solid. He showed a nose for the ball and also had a couple of interceptions over the last few weeks. If that continues in training camp Brown could have a bigger role than some might think in 2014.
A month ago he was a tryout player in rookie minicamp from East Central (Oklahoma). His knack for getting separation earned him a contract, and that ability to separate from defenders has continued. He’s not dominating or taking over practices by any means, but he’s popping up in practice and turning in a play here and there almost every day.
For a player that far down on the depth chart it could be enough to land a practice squad role come September.
There have been a couple of defensive backs further down the depth chart who have made plays like
He’s frequently around the ball and appears to have a high football IQ. He also has made a few interceptions through the course of OTA practices and could land a role as a reserve safety with a strong training camp.