JAMMAL BROWN RUMORS & GOSSIP
According to ESPN 980 in Washington D.C., offensive lineman Jammal Brown’s contract will void this coming Friday and he’ll become a free agent.
Source tells 980 Jammal Brown’s deal auto-voids 5 days after SBowl (Friday). He’ll be a FA, will cost 3.3 dead money vs ’13 cap (4.6 M now)
— ESPN 980 (@ESPNRadio980) February 7, 2013
Brown will be turning 32 years-old next month...
The Washington Redskins have kept right tackle Jammal Brown on the physically unable to perform list, giving up hope that he will play this season.
Brown was placed on PUP after surgery on a torn ligament in his left hip in August. Tuesday was the last day the Redskins could activate him to the 53-man roster.
Brown was a two-time Pro Bowler with the New Orleans Saints but missed...
Via AP on Fox
November 27, 2012
Washington Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown has undergone another surgery on his left hip, ruling him out for four to six more weeks.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Monday that he will meet with Brown to determine the lineman's future.
Brown missed the 2009 season after hip surgery when he was with the New Orleans Saints. The Redskins traded for him, but he hasn't been able...
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August 27, 2012
The silver lining during training camp for Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown is that his problematic right hip hadn't required surgery. However, Brown was unable to fix the injury through rehab and a pair of cortizone shots and finally underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament last week, according to The Washington Post. Brown is expected to miss 4-6 weeks and will likely...
The good news for the Washington Redskins is that right tackle Jammal Brown doesn't need surgery on his chronically ailing left hip. The bad news is that there's no timetable for him to return to action.
Brown, 31, missed four games last season with hip and groin injuries after being sidelined for all of 2009 with New Orleans following surgery on the left hip. The two-time...
When the Washington Redskins re-signed right tackle Jammal Brown in July to a five-year deal worth $20.25 million, the hope was that two years removed from hip surgery, he would regain the form that made him a Pro Bowl player in 2006 and 2008 with the New Orleans Saints.
But it quickly became apparent that Brown still hadn’t fully recovered, and he remained hobbled for a second...
After missing the previous two games with a groin injury, right tackle Jammal Brown should be able to return to action Saturday against Minnesota, Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said.
Brown was again limited in practice with a groin injury Thursday but the Redskins have noticed progress this week.
“If there’s no setback, hopefully he’ll be able to go,” Shanahan said.
Washington Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown said Tuesday that his strained left groin feels better and he hopes to play Saturday against the visiting Minnesota Vikings.
Brown had yet to fully test the injury, and hadn’t yet been evaluated by coaches. But he hoped to do so today and then begin preparations to return to action at week’s end.
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Right tackle Jammal Brown hopes he’ll be available Sunday at the New York Giants, but he won’t know his exact status until later in the week.
“If I can go, I’m gonna go,” Brown said Wednesday morning.
Brown aggravated his injured left groin during pregame warmups in last Sunday’s loss to New England. He was unable to play in the game and Tyler Polumbus took his place...
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Washington Redskins right tackle Jammal Brown is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Miami.
Brown was limited in practice Friday with a groin injury. Coach Mike Shanahan said Thursday that Brown was unlikely to play.
Brown was hurt in the first half of last week's loss to San Francisco. If he doesn't play, Sean Locklear will start at right tackle.