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ANDRE BROWN RUMORS & GOSSIP

Former Texans RB Andre Brown Clears Waivers, Free To Sign Anywhere

  Recently released RB Andre Brown cleared waivers Tuesday, making him free to sign with any team, according to Adam Schefter. In a somewhat surprising move, the Texans released Brown on Monday before he ever took a regular season snap with the team.  He was expected to back-up RB Arian Foster this year, at least before it was recently announced that Brown was fifth on the running...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Texans Release RB Andre Brown

  The Houston Texans released veteran RB Andre Brown, according to Pro Football Talk. Recent reports indicated that Brown was the Texans’ fifth running back on their depth chart and was in danger of being released in the coming weeks. John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reported earlier in day that the Texans hosted three veteran running backs for workouts on Monday including...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Texans dump Andre Brown, sign William Powell

The Houston Texans waived Andre Brown and Dennis Johnson on Monday. The #Texans have released running back Dennis Johnson. — Tania Ganguli (@taniaganguli) August 11, 2014 Texans release RB Andre Brown, per league source. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) August 11, 2014 Houston then signed William Powell. Source: Texans sign RB William Powell to a 2-year deal. — Josina...
Via Pro Football Zone
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Texans cut three running backs including Andre Brown; sign Ronnie Brown

NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported on Monday that the team released running back Andre Brown. Houston also cut runners Dennis Johnson and Tim Cornett, per John McClain of The Houston Chronicle. The moves clear a path for new talent after the Texans worked out journeymen Brian Leonard, Ronnie Brown and William Powell earlier on Monday, per […] The post Texans cut three running backs...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Breaking: Houston Texans release running back

The Houston Texans have released running back Andre Brown, according to Pro Football Talk, who tweeted the news: Texans release RB Andre Brown, per league source. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) August 11, 2014 Brown has just 876 career rushing yards in 21 games, on 214 carries with the New York Giants and Denver Broncos. The Texans signed him hoping to find a veteran running...
Via cover32 - Texans
15 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: 49ers, Browns, Panthers, Texans, & Vikings

  49ers HC Jim Harbaugh told reporters Sunday that he expects to have WRs Michael Crabtree and Brandon Lloyd back from their hamstring injuries soon. (Bill Williamson) Browns Veteran WR Nate Burleson mentioned that he could consider retiring from the NFL, depending on how things go this years. (Dave Birkett) Panthers RB Jonathan Stewart was able to return from his hamstring...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
17 days ago  |  Discuss

He may not get 30 carries again but Andre Brown's workload should stay high (RB touches week 10)

Andre Brown had 30(!) carries in his season debut for the Giants, as coach Tom Coughlin wisely eased him back into the lineup. With Peyton Hillis pushed into a clear reserve role and David Wilson being shut down, we’re going to see this type of work from Brown for here on out. It probably won’t be 31 touches a week mind you, but he roughly tripled Hillis’ snap count and had...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
November 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Don’t expect the Giants to bring back Brandon Jacobs

Even though it looks like Andre Brown will miss about half of the upcoming regular season, the Giants likely won’t be looking to bring back Brandon Jacobs. I am told, however, that a Brandon Jacobs reunion "seems very unlikely" at the moment. … But never say never, I guess. #NYG — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) August 30, 2013 It was obvious over the past...
Via Pro Football Zone
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Giants lose running back Andre Brown to fractured leg

getty images Andre Brown suffered a fractured left leg in the Giants preseason finale on Thursday night. Brown fractured the same leg last season and losing him puts the Giants in a jam as the regular season approaches. Brown was set to be the primary backup to David Wilson. The injury to Brown will make Wilson an every down back. Brown will miss at-least a significant part of the...
Via Tireball.com
August 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Potential starter Andre Brown among running Backs to target late

So, Andre Brown went and fumbled in his first preseason game, which is a shame because he isn’t as talented as David Wilson, but don’t fret, he is going to get the chances to punch home TDs and his fair share of carries. He is a back who should be targeted, even if he doesn't start he'll have value as he plays with a powerful offense and will be seeing the majority of...
Via Fantasy Sports Locker Room
August 16, 2013  |  Discuss
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