LEVI BROWN RUMORS & GOSSIP
TEMPE, Ariz. Levi Brown experienced an unfamiliar sensation last season as he watched the Cardinals train wreck of season from the sidelines with a torn triceps.
For five seasons, the fifth pick in the 2007 Draft was a lightning rod for criticism of Arizonas offensive line. But with Brown out of lineup for all of 2012, it was suddenly open season on Cardinals quarterbacks...
Everybody has the Arizona Cardinals taking an offensive tackle or offensive guard with the 7th overall pick, but I don’t see the value in either of those picks. Levi Brown tore his triceps last August and all of a sudden he is the worst left tackle in the history of the NFL, and trading a high draft pick for Brandon Albert who is only a year younger than Brown with similar injury...
The Arizona Cardinals have a big void to fill, in more ways than one, with the loss of Levi Brown to an injury that almost certainly will sideline the starting left tackle for the season.
D.J. Young, a second-year pro who spent most of last season on the Arizona practice squad, will get the start Thursday night at Tennessee. Well-traveled D'Anthony Batiste will start at right...
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August 20, 2012
The Cardinals uncertainty on offense took another blow on Friday night as starting left tackle Levi Brown suffered a torn triceps in a preseason win against the Oakland Raiders, according to ESPN. Brown will undergo an MRI on Saturday morning and is expected to miss at least three months, according to the report.
Brown, who was taken No. 5 overall in the 2007 draft, has started...
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. -- Levi Brown could have high-tailed it out of town this offseason when the Cardinals released him. Maybe he should have.
The Cardinals left tackle has been a lightning rod for media and fan criticism since he arrived as the clubs first-round (fifth overall) pick in 2007 ahead of -- stop us if youve heard this before -- running back Adrian Peterson.
The Arizona Cardinals have agreed to terms on a five-year contract with Levi Brown just three days after he was released by the team in a salary cap move.
Brown, the fifth overall draft pick in 2007, was cut loose because he would count nearly $17 million on this year's salary cap.
Brown has been a starter since his rookie season, moving from right to left tackle in 2010. While...
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March 16, 2012
The Arizona Cardinals have released starting left tackle Levi Brown in a salary cap move.
Brown, who started 75 games in five seasons with Arizona, has a contract that would have counted nearly $17 million against the team's cap for the coming season. The move was expected regardless of whether the Cardinals are able to lure quarterback Peyton Manning. However, with Brandon...
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March 13, 2012
The Cardinals plan to release left tackle Levi Brown, according to an ESPN report.
Brown, the No. 5 overall pick in the 2007 draft, would have cost the Cardinals 17 million next year, an amount the Cardinals have made it known they did not intend to pay. While the release was not a surprise in that regard, the team has expressed interest in bringing Brown back at a lower salary...
According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, Arizona Cardinals left tackle Levi Brown will more than likely hit the free agent market.
Brown is going into the final year of his current contract, but is scheduled to make $17 million in 2012. The Cardinals are working on renegotiating a new deal with him, but it doesn’t look like it will happen.
If Brown does become a free...
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TEMPE, Ariz. -- Levi Brown is at a crossroads in his career.
His salary cap figure will increase from 9.4 million this year to 16.9 million in 2012, the final year of his deal. The Cardinals cant and wont pay that much, raising the possibility that Sundays game against the Seahawks will be the offensive tackles last in a Cardinals uniform unless the two sides can negotiate a new...