Player Profile: Bryce Brown
This is the first in a series of profiles on lesser known and up-and-coming players on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Rookie running back Bryce Brown made waves in his first start Monday night, rushing for 178 yards and two touchdowns, even though he also fumbled twice. Brown, a seventh round pick out of Kansas State, was the number 1 high school running back of his graduating class in the entire country. Despite playing only 13 games in his college career and transferring from Tennessee after his freshman year, the Eagles took a chance on him as the draft waned down. Filling in for the injured LeSean McCoy, Brown averaged 9.3 yards per carry. While he still has much to learn, the future for this young player does look bright in Philadelphia.