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Donald Brown biography

Date of birth : 1987-04-11
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-12-18
Credited as : Football player NFL, running back for the Colts, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Donald Brown is an American football running back for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.

Appeared in 10 games, starting last six at RB…was inactive at Jacksonville 10/3, vs. Kansas City 10/10 and at Washington 10/17…was 1-7 receiving at Houston 9/12…was 16-69, 1 TD rushing and 1-19 receiving vs. NY Giants 9/19...attempts and yards were both career-highs….was 7-12 rushing at Denver 9/26…was 9-166 rushing and 2-13 receiving vs. Houston 11/1…was 15-50 rushing and 3-47 receiving at Philadelphia 11/7…was 12-50 rushing vs. Cincinnati 11/14…was 17-68 rushing and 3-40 receiving at New England 11/21…was 11-24 rushing and 5-47 receiving vs. San Diego 11/28…was 4-4 rushing and 1-4 receiving vs. Dallas 12/5…was 15-38 rushing and 3-24 receiving at Tennessee 12/9.

Appeared in 11 games with one start at RB…start came at Buffalo 1/3…was inactive vs. San Francisco 11/1, vs. Houston 11/8, vs. Tennessee 12/6, vs. Denver 12/13 and at Jacksonville 12/17…was 78-281, 3 TDs rushing and 11-169 receiving…was 4-26, 1 TD rushing and 1-24 receiving at Miami 9/21…15t rush in fourth quarter was first of career…was 14-40 rushing, 1-72 receiving and 1-21 KOR at Arizona 9/27…was 9-33, 1 TD rushing vs. Seattle 10/4…was 2-58 rushing at St. Louis…45-yard rush in 1st quarter was career-long…was 15-22, 1 TD rushing vs. NYJ 12/27. POST-SEASON: Appeared as reserve RB vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game and vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV…was 16-46 rushing and 3-26 receiving…was 6-10 rushing and 2-15 receiving vs. Baltimore…was 6-18 rushing vs. NYJ…was 4-18 rushing and 1-11 receiving vs. New Orleans.


Three-year letterman who started 23 of 37 career games…was 698-3,800, 33 TDs rushing and 48-276, 2 TDs receiving…also was 9-23.3 KOR avg. and had 4,286 all-purpose yards…set school marks in rushing attempts and yards and ranks tied for 2nd in rushing TDs…ranks 5th in Big East Conference history in rushing attempts, 6th in rushing yards and 9th in rushing TDs…had school-record 17 100+-yard rushing games, including school-record eight consecutive…17 100+ games ranks 7th in conference history…started 13 games as junior…was First-Team All-America choice by the NFL Draft Report and The Sporting News and Second-Team selection by Associated Press and Walter Camp Football Foundation…became school’s first First-Team All-American since program was elevated to Football Bowl Subdivision…was named Big East Conference Player-of-the-Year and Eastern College Athletic Conference Player-of-the-Year…was 367-2,083, 18 TDs rushing and 21-125 receiving…rushing yardage total led nation and set school and conference seasonal record, while carries total ranked 2nd-most in Big East history (380, Ray Rice, 2007)…led Big East and was 6th in NCAA with 2,208 all-purpose yards, an average of 169.9 yards per game…set Big East seasonal record with 11 100+ games…also had three 200+ games…was 36-214, 1 TD at Temple and 20-206, 3 TDs vs. Virginia…was 29-261, 1 TD vs. Buffalo in International Bowl…had 45t rush and 75-yard carry…started five of 12 games as sophomore…was 170-821, 8 TDs rushing and 14-85 receiving…was 24-154, 1 TD vs. Rutgers and 22-129, 1 TD at West Virginia…started five of 12 games as freshman…was 161-896, 7 TDs rushing, 13-66, 2 TDs receiving and 9-23.3 KOR…was Second-Team All-Big East choice…had four 100+ games…was 28-199, 2 TDs at Rutgers…was 43-205, 2 TDs vs. Pittsburgh to set school’s single game rushing mark by freshman…was redshirted as freshman in 2005…holds degree in exercise science.


Full name is Donald Eugene Brown II…born in Atlantic Highlands, N.J.…attended Red Bank Catholic High School…team captain rushed for 2,032 yards and scored 27 TDs as senior…was named First-Team all-division, all-county and All-Jersey Shore…was Second-Team all-state choice…was recipient of All-American Scholar Award…lettered six times on school’s track teams…single…resides in Atlantic Highlands, N.J.

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