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Alex Brown
DE #96
Height:
6-3
Weight:
260
College:
Florida
Hometown:
White Springs, Fla.
Experience:
10
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 143 411 337 74 45.5 0 39 5 0 27 -- 18
2010 NO 16 39 32 7 2 -- 3 -- -- -- -- --
2009 CHI 16 48 36 12 6 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2008 CHI 16 44 42 2 6 -- 6 1 0 -2 -2 -2
2007 CHI 16 41 31 10 4.5 -- 5 1 0 7 7 7
2006 CHI 16 46 40 6 7 -- 2 2 0 22 11 18
2005 CHI 16 45 38 7 6 -- 6 -- -- -- -- --
2004 CHI 16 50 39 11 6 -- 8 -- -- -- -- --
2003 CHI 16 58 48 10 5.5 -- 5 1 0 0 -- 0
2002 CHI 15 40 31 9 2.5 -- 3 -- -- -- -- --

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NFL CAREER – A consistent performer and the model of durability, Brown has appeared in 143 consecutive games, the longest current consecutive games streak for an NFL defensive end. Renowned for his run-stopping ability, the 2002 fourth-round draft choice has also proven himself as an accomplished pass-rusher, recording 45½ sacks, notching six or more in five separate seasons. The former University of Florida standout has notched 528 career tackles (318 solo) along with five interceptions, 31 pass defenses, 17 forced fumbles and 12 fumble recoveries. In his first season in New Orleans, Brown lined up opposite Will Smith at left end.

NFL CAREER – A consistent performer and the model of durability, Brown has appeared in 143 consecutive games, the longest current consecutive games streak for an NFL defensive end. Renowned for his run-stopping ability, the 2002 fourth-round draft choice has also proven himself as an accomplished pass-rusher, recording 45½ sacks, notching six or more in five separate seasons. The former University of Florida standout has notched 528 career tackles (318 solo) along with five interceptions, 31 pass defenses, 17 forced fumbles and 12 fumble recoveries. In his first season in New Orleans, Brown lined up opposite Will Smith at left end.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Signed by Saints to two-year contract, 4/8/10; Released by Chicago Bears, 4/1/10; Re-signed by Chicago to two-year contract extension, 2/19/08; Re-signed by Chicago to four-year contract extension, 12/1/04; Signed by Chicago to a three-year contract, 7/24/02; Selected by Chicago in the fourth round (104th overall) of the 2002 NFL Draft.

HONORS2005: NFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 12); Sports Illustrated All-Pro. 2004: NFC Defensive Player of the Week (Week 9).

2010 – In his first season in New Orleans, started all 16 games for the seventh time in nine seasons, recording 45 tackles (27 solo) with two sacks, three pass defenses, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery…Recorded first sack of the season and as a Saint at Arizona, Oct. 10…First quarter fumble recovery at Carolina, Nov. 7 led to a TD, also adding three tackles (two solo) to go over 500 for his career…Had four solo tackles, one sack and a forced fumble in finale vs. Tampa Bay, 1/2/11…In NFC Wild Card Playoff at Seattle, 1/8/11, notched postseason career-best eight tackles (seven solo), had a pass defense and sacked Seahawks RB Leon Washington on a halfback option play. 2009 – Started all 16 games his final season in Chicago, notching 39 tackles (24 solo) with six sacks, two pass defenses and a fumble recovery…Notched two sacks in win over Pittsburgh, Sept. 20…Had six tackles and a sack in Nov. 1 win over Cleveland…Made 100th career start at San Francisco, Nov. 12…Had sacks in back-to-back wins to close season vs. Minnesota and at Detroit. 2008 – Starting all 16 games, led team with six sacks, 16 QB hits and a career-high 13 tackles for loss…Finished with 39 tackles, an interception, a pass defense, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery...Blocked potential game-winning kick vs. Green Bay Dec. 22 with :25 remaining in a tie game as well as an extra point vs. Detroit, Nov. 2. 2007 – Played in all 16 games with two starts and made 58 tackles with 4½ sacks, an interception, five pass defenses two forced fumbles and a blocked kick…Made the most of his two starts in the final two games, tallying two sacks, an interception, four pass defenses, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery and 11 tackles. 2006 - Selected as a Pro Bowl alternate after recording a career-high seven sacks and two interceptions, leading the defensive line with 71 tackles as he started all 16 games…Also notched three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and two pass defenses…Added 10 tackles and first career postseason sack in three playoff starts. 2005 - Named an alternate for the Pro Bowl after recording six sacks and 75 tackles…Selected to Sports Illustrated All-Pro Team…Led defensive line with nine tackles for loss, eight pass defenses and three forced fumbles while starting all 16 games…Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week after notching two sacks at Tampa Bay, Nov. 27. 2004 - Started at DE in all 16 games, leading Chicago with six sacks and posting 73 tackles with four pass defenses, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery…Earned first career NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors after posting career-high four sacks at NY Giants, Nov. 7. 2003 - In first season as full-time starter, led Bears with 5½ sacks while pacing the defensive line with career-high 79 tackles while forcing two fumbles and recovering one with an interception and three pass defenses…Recorded first career pick in win over Oakland, Oct. 5…Notched career-high 12 tackles at Detroit, Nov. 9. 2002 - Appeared in final 15 games, starting nine of the last 10 at RDE…Tied for fourth among all NFL defenders with three fumble recoveries, tied for team-lead with three forced fumbles and added 2½ sacks…Also totaled 49 tackles (32 solos) and three pass defenses…Made NFL debut at Atlanta, Sept. 15, posting a pass defense… Recorded first three NFL tackles at Buffalo, Sept. 29…Started first NFL game at RDE at Minnesota, Oct. 27, recording four tackles and forcing first career fumble…Recorded first sacks of his career, getting 1½ against New England, Nov. 10.

COLLEGE – Selected as an All-American, first-team All-SEC and Lombardi Award semifinalist (finalist as a senior) each of the final three seasons of his Florida career (1998-2001)…Established school record with 33 career sacks, including single-season UF-best 13 as sophomore, starting 31-of-46 games…Totaled 161 tackles with 47 total stops behind the line of scrimmage (sixth-best total in school history)…First-team All-American selection by several publications…Lombardi and Nagurski Awards Finalist…AP SEC Defensive Player-of-the-Year…Started every game at RDE as senior, recording 50 tackles with 10.5 sacks, 14 TFLs and four PBUs, while forcing one fumble and blocking three kicks…Second-team All-American choice by the Walter Camp Football Foundation and ABC Sports…Started 11 of 12 games as junior, recording 56 tackles, 7½ sacks and 12 TFLs…In first season at DE, garnered first-team All-American honors by Football News and the Walter Camp Football Foundation…Started nine games as sophomore, making 45 tackles with 13 sacks, 18 TFLs, two interceptions, and five forced fumbles…Saw action at SLB in all 11 games as freshman, backing up Jevon Kearse, and recorded 10 tackles and two sacks…Recreation Program Delivery Major.

PERSONAL – One of the nation’s elite prep LBs coming out of Hamilton County (White Springs, FL.) HS in 1996, concluding prep career with a first-team All-State (3A) selection and district MVP on defense and offense…All-American his senior season, credited with 117 tackles while rushing for 767 yards with 18 TDs and passing for 863 yards with 6 TDs at QB... Selected as district MVP in basketball and was the State 3A Champion in the discus in 1996…Owner and President/CEO of men’s professional volleyball team in Puerto Rico, Indios de Mayaguez (www.indiosdemayaguez.com)…He and wife, Karimar, have a son, Antonio, and a daughter, Kaylen.

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