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Rams putting rookie O-linemen Havenstein, Brown right to work

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams plan to open the season with a pair of rookie offensive linemen playing side by side. Tackle Rob Havenstein and guard Jamon Brown must be quick learners and make the gamble pay off. Last year, the Rams had one rookie on the line. Tackle Greg Robinson was the second overall pick of the draft, so it was no surprise they cleared some space. This summer...
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Rams putting rookies Havenstein, Brown right to work

ST. LOUIS (AP) The St. Louis Rams plan to open the season with a pair of rookie offensive linemen playing side by side. Tackle Rob Havenstein and guard Jamon Brown must be quick learners and make the gamble pay off. Last year, the Rams had one rookie on the line. Tackle Greg Robinson was the second overall pick of the draft, so it was no surprise they cleared some space. This summer...
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Rams beef up o-line with third-round selection of Louisville's Jamon Brown

ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams selected Louisville offensive lineman Jamon Brown with the first of their two third-round picks in the NFL draft on Friday night. The Rams (6-10) began Day 2 by taking Wisconsin offensive tackle Rob Havenstein. They have only two returning starters on the offensive line. The 6-foot-6, 326-pound Brown started all 39 games at offensive tackle his last...
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May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 Browns draft blueprint in new orange hue

The one constant of the Cleveland Browns Draft Day experience is that the team tends to move around as much (or more) than any of their peers. The movement is particularly noticeable in the first round—sometimes it is moving up a single spot to obtain Trent Richardson, or Justin Gilbert; other tmes it is moving down to stockpile future picks, which initially involves passing up...
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April 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Despite Limited Action During His Sr. Year, Dominique Brown Is Ready To Prove His Worth

Photo: Pete CautilliHeading into the 2014 football season, senior running back Dominique Brown was expected to have a huge year. Although there were plenty of running backs on the depth chart, Brown had been the first string back throughout the spring and summer months. Brown was the best player on the field for Louisville in the season opener against Miami on Sept. 1. The Cincinnati...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Jamon Brown Steals The Show By Singing Acapella At The Louisville Football Luncheon

The Louisville football program had their annual kickoff luncheon this afternoon. Coach Petrino and Tom Jurich along with the five team captains spoke to the fans in attendance. Jurich was his usual self while Petrino gave a heartfelt speech about being back home at the University of Louisville. All seven speakers did a nice job at engaging the crowd and getting everything excited...
Via The Cardinal Connect
August 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Jamon Brown Will Live Out His Dream Playing For Petrino Under The Lights At PJCS

Photo: Joe Robbins – Getty Images As crazy as it sounds, it’s been nearly a decade since the first Bobby Petrino Louisville era came to an end. From 2003-06 Petrino guided the Cardinal program to a 41-9 record and produced one of the more exciting brands of football in the country. During Petrino’s first stint at Louisville, most of the players on the 2014 roster weren’t...
Via The Cardinal Connect
August 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Louisville tackle Jamon Brown sings John Legend’s “Ordinary People”

Louisville Cardinals tackle Jamon Brown showed off his impressive singing ability during the luncheon for the Russell Athletic Bowl.  He ended up singing John Legend’s “Ordinary People” and did a darn good job. [YouTube] The post Louisville tackle Jamon Brown sings John Legend’s “Ordinary People” appeared first on Diehardsport.
Via Diehardsport
December 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Louisville OT Jamon Brown Showed Off His Singing Skills Yesterday At Bowl Luncheon

…and the award for the most musically-talented bowl matchup of 2013 goes to the Russell Athletic Bowl, featuring the Miami Hurricanes and Louisville Cardinals! Last night, we showed you three Miami players performing Ben E. King’s ‘Stand By Me’ at the bowl’s kickoff luncheon — the trio did a pretty solid job and impressed the crown on hand. Today, video was released of...
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December 28, 2013  |  Discuss
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