|Height: 5.08||Born: Stockton, CA|
|Weight: 190||College: Temple|
|Birthdate: 1984-10-25||Years: 1 CGY / 5 CFL|
Calgary signed Brown as a free agent on June 16, 2015. He signed with the BC Lions on May 17, 2011, and spent four seasons with the team. From 2008-10, Brown played in the Indoor Football League, spending time with the Billings Outlaws and Sioux City Bandits.
(Calgary) Brown played 12 games and recorded 64 punt returns for 559 yards (avg: 8.7, longest: 35), 26 kickoff returns for 609 yards (avg: 23.4, longest: 34), three missed field goals for 119 yards (avg: 39.7, longest 35) and 11 carries for 47 yards. He was placed on the six-game injury list before Game 11 and returned to the line-up early for Game 15. He was on the one-game injury list for the last two games of the regular season. Brown was on the reserve list for the Western Semi-Final and the one-game injury list for the Western Final.
(BC) Brown appeared in seven regular-season games for the Lions and amassed 1,719 all-purpose yards. The totals included 704 rushing yards, 44 receiving yards on six catches, 469 yards on kickoff returns and 502 yards — including a 75-yard touchdown — on punt returns. Brown also played in the Eastern Semi-Final and had 311 all-purpose yards including 25 rushing, 180 on kickoff returns and 106 on punt returns. His playoff performance included a 74-yard kickoff return and a 75-yard punt return. Brown played his 50th career regular-season game on Sept. 13 against Winnipeg.
(BC) Brown dressed for 13 games and scored a pair of touchdowns — one on a 97-yard kickoff return against Calgary on Aug. 17 and another on a 125-yard missed field goal return against Montreal on Aug. 22. He had 1,989 all-purpose yards including 73 rushing, 15 receiving, 467 on punt returns, 1,221 on kickoff returns and 213 on missed-field goal returns.
(BC) Brown played 17 games and earned West Division all-star honours as he registered 2,687 all-purpose yards. He was the West’s finalist for the CFL’s Most Outstanding Special Teams Player award. Brown ranked among the league leaders in three return categories — punt, kickoff and missed-field goal — and scored two punt-return touchdowns. He also had a rushing major. Brown had 136 return yards in the Lions’ Western Final loss to Calgary.
(BC) Brown was the Lions’ nominee for the Most Outstanding Rookie award as he racked up 2,017 all-purpose yards in 15 games. He had 64 carries for 376 yards and five touchdowns, 11 receptions for 72 yards, 52 punt returns for 521 yards and one score, 48 kickoff returns for 994 yards and three missed-field goal returns for 54 yards. He made his CFL debut in a June 30 game against Montreal and scored on a 97-yard punt return. Brown played in both the Western Final and the Grey Cup and had 92 all-purpose yards in the former and 159 in the latter.
Brown played two seasons at Temple after transferring from City College in San Francisco. In his senior season with the Owls in 2006, he ran for 731 and two touchdowns and added 33 receptions for 218 yards. In 2004, Brown had 432 rushing yards and two touchdowns in addition to 33 receptions for 199 yards and one major. At City College in 2003, he led his school to a perfect 12-0 season as he rushed for 1,354 yards and 19 touchdowns in 10 games.
Brown was conference MVP after his senior season at Franklin High School in Stockton, Calif., as he rushed for 1,800 yards and scored 26 touchdowns in 10 games. He was a part of Indoor Football League championship teams in both 2009 and 2010 with the Billings Outlaws.