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Samson Brown
Assistant Defensive Backs

Bio

3rd year in NFL/1st year with the Bills

 

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Samson Brown enters his third season in the NFL and first as a position coach as Assistant Defensive Backs coach.  He spent the 2010 and 2011 seasons with the NY Jets as a coaching assistant.

Prior to his time with the Jets, he worked for three seasons with the University of Albany football program. One year as the tight ends coach after working for two years with the outside linebackers. Brown was also an intern coach with the NFL's Green Bay Packers in the summer of 2009.

 

Brown previously coached the tight ends at Hofstra University. He served as an assistant coach for two years at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and one season at Siena College. At Rensselaer, Brown worked with the defensive backs, wide receivers, and special teams. He also interned with the New York Giants' scouting department.

PERSONAL

Brown was a four-time All-Northeast Conference free safety at UAlbany. He totaled 52 tackles, 10 pass break-ups and two interceptions in leading the Great Danes to the 2002 conference championship. Brown, who was named to the All-NEC first team on three occasions, finished his career ranked among the school's all-time tackles leaders with 240. He was named to the Football Gazette mid-major All-America squad.

Brown earned a B.A. in information science and policy from UAlbany in 2003. Brown is married, his wife name is Martina.

 

 

BROWN’S COACHING CAREER

NFL

 

 

Buffalo Bills

New York Jets

2013

2010-11

Asst. Defensive Backs

Coaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

COLLEGE

 

 

Albany

Hofstra
RPI
Siena

 

2007-09

2006

2004-05

2003

 

 

 

Tight Ends (2009)/ Outside Linebackers (2007-08)

Tight Ends

Defensive Backs/Wide Receivers

Defensive Backs

 

 

 

 

3rd year in NFL/1st year with the Bills

 

COACHING EXPERIENCE

Samson Brown enters his third season in the NFL and first as a position coach as Assistant Defensive Backs coach.  He spent the 2010 and 2011 seasons with the NY Jets as a coaching assistant.

Prior to his time with the Jets, he worked for three seasons with the University of Albany football program. One year as the tight ends coach after working for two years with the outside linebackers. Brown was also an intern coach with the NFL's Green Bay Packers in the summer of 2009.

 

Brown previously coached the tight ends at Hofstra University. He served as an assistant coach for two years at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and one season at Siena College. At Rensselaer, Brown worked with the defensive backs, wide receivers, and special teams. He also interned with the New York Giants' scouting department.

PERSONAL

Brown was a four-time All-Northeast Conference free safety at UAlbany. He totaled 52 tackles, 10 pass break-ups and two interceptions in leading the Great Danes to the 2002 conference championship. Brown, who was named to the All-NEC first team on three occasions, finished his career ranked among the school's all-time tackles leaders with 240. He was named to the Football Gazette mid-major All-America squad.

Brown earned a B.A. in information science and policy from UAlbany in 2003. Brown is married, his wife name is Martina.

 

 

BROWN’S COACHING CAREER

NFL

 

 

Buffalo Bills

New York Jets

2013

2010-11

Asst. Defensive Backs

Coaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

COLLEGE

 

 

Albany

Hofstra
RPI
Siena

 

2007-09

2006

2004-05

2003

 

 

 

Tight Ends (2009)/ Outside Linebackers (2007-08)

Tight Ends

Defensive Backs/Wide Receivers

Defensive Backs

 

 

 

 

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