Philadelphia Eagles: Bryce Brown Remains Top Make-or-Break Player for 2013

July 13, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles enter 2013 with the potential to feature one of the game’s most dangerous rushing attacks. LeSean McCoy is an All-Pro back capable of handling a full workload. He can catch passes out of the backfield and score every time he touches the football.
Behind McCoy is Bryce Brown, a big, physical back with top speed who has the ability to be a stud sometime soon. A former high school sensation, Brown was a YouTube highlight who was rated as the No. 1 high school player in the nation. He verbally committed to the University of Miami, changed his mind and went to the University of Tennessee, and then transferred to Kansas State University, before declaring for the NFL draft early.
In all, Brown had just 104 career collegiate carries. He barely played at all. He’s still learning the intricacies of the game, which would justify his struggles as a rookie. Still, Brown rushed for 564 yards and four scores on 4.9 yards per carry in 2012. That’s pr...

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