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Jason Brown’s life has taken an interesting twist.
Brown walked away from football in 2012 following a successful nine-year career to become a farmer and grow crops to feed the hungry. The former NFL center delivered his own baby Tuesday at his North Carolina home, according to The News Observer.
Brown and his wife, Tay...
You have to give props to Jason Brown. First he decided to quit football and buy a farm to help feed the hungry. If that’s not remarkable enough, Brown delivered his baby son while on the farm.
Apparently, his wife went into labor before medical assistance could arrive. With no medical assistance,Brown and his wife Tay were forced to do it themselves.
Retired St. Louis Rams C Jason Brown learned how to farm from YouTube, donated 46,000 pounds of sweet potatoes to charity. Steve Hartman met Brown, who quit the NFL to tackle a new field, literally. First Fruits Farm. Awesome.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return to the Top Sports Blog
Jason Brown was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens and once signed a deal worth $37.5 million, that included a $20 million guarantee for the Rams. After getting cut by the Rams, Brown gave up football to serve others. Brown purchased a 1,030 acre farm near Louisburg, N.C, where he harvests food for the hungry. Brown […]
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The triple axel bit Jason Brown again. He says he isn't discouraged, though.
Brown, who turned 18 last month, is regarded as a rising star among the U.S. men after winning the bronze medal last year in the junior world championships. But he knows to reach his potential, he must start landing the triple axel in competition as well as he has been in practice. The triple axel is...
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January 25, 2013
St. Louis Rams (1-7) at Cleveland Browns (3-5)GAME SNAPSHOT
KICKOFF: Sunday, 1 p.m. ETGAMEDATE: 111311
SURFACE: Natural Grass
PREDICTION: Rams 20-15
KEYS TO THE GAME: The Browns haven't been able to hold up against physical running teams and Rams RB Steven Jackson's bruising style puts their 30th-ranked defense on the spot. Jackson has 359 rushing yards and three touchdowns...
The Browns are coming off a thorough drubbing from which surgeons are still trying to extract the ball from down their throats where the Texans systematically ran it. The competition level gets a little lighter with St. Louis this week, and clearly there will be some, “Hey, you! I know you! I know you!” going on between Pat Shurmur and his former team.
St. Louis is down there...
Rams center Jason Brown was Billy Devaney's signature signing. No one imaginged he'd be a "healthy scratch" three years later.
The Rams coaching staff wanted to send a shock wave through their team, and no better place to start than the middle of it all, I suppose. Center Jason Brown has been benched, held up as an example for an offensive line that has underperformed...