PRO: Signed by Buffalo as a free agent on June 8, 2009… released by Indianapolis on June 16, 2008 after signing with the team on October 3, 2007… released by New England on September 12, 2007… originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round (208th overall) draft choice by the Patriots in 2007.
• Was out of football for the season
• Spent the season as a member of New England’s and Indianapolis’ practice squad
Transferred to Central Connecticut for his senior campaign after spending his first three collegiate years at Rutgers… led CCSU with 277 rushes for 1,877 yards (6.7 avg.) and 20 touchdowns… averaged 168 yard per game as a senior… set a Northeast Conference single-season record with 1,877 yards… set an NCAA record with 197 rushing yards in the first quarter vs. St. Francis (PA)… tabbed to America Football Coaches Association I-AA Coaches’ All-America Team… named finalist for I-AA Walter Payton Award, Third Team AP All-American, Co-Male Athlete of the year by Connecticut Sports Writers’ Alliance and ECAC Division I-AA All-Stars… lettered three years at Rutgers, rushing for 696 yards and scoring nine touchdowns… ran for 550 yards and eight touchdowns as a freshman.
The son of Robinetta Brady… attended New Britain (Conn.) High School, earning Hartford Courant All-State and All-Central Connecticut Conference honors as a senior in 2001… rushed for 1,147 yards and 19 touchdowns to lead the team to an 11-1 record and the top ranking in the state in 2001… added Prep Star all-region honors and was rated the No. 16 athlete in the country by ESPN… gained 252 yards and scored three times to lead the Golden Hurricanes to a 26-9 win over Greenwich in the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference Class LL championship game… totaled 228 yards and scored three times in the semifinal win over West Haven… as a junior, he gained 1,536 yards… attended Milford (Conn.) Academy in 2002 (prep school), averaging more than seven yards per carry in four games… majored in sociology at Central Connecticut.