Tarell Brown life and biography

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Tarell Brown biography

Date of birth : 1985-01-06
Date of death : -
Birthplace : New York, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-10-08
Credited as : Football player NFL, cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers, Super Bowl/NFL Draft player

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A 5th-round pick by the 49ers in 2007, Tarell Brown has proven valuable when given the opportunity. Brown started a career-high 4 games in 2009, and finished with 37 tackles, 2 INTs and 9 PDs. Brown was signed to a three-year contract ex­tension on 10/28/09.

Originally a 5th-round (147th pick overall) draft choice by SF in 2007... Signed a three-year contract extention through 2013 on 10/28/09.

•Tarell was the recipient of the Thomas Herrion Award in 2007. The honor is given to the 49ers rookie or first-year player who best exemplifies the spirit of Herrion, the former 49ers lineman who died in August of 2005. It’s not only his work ethic that got Brown to where he is today, but also his ability to overcome a variety of challenges throughout his young life. At the age of 9, Brown’s mother was killed as she was getting into her car to go to work early one morning. Following his mother’s death, Brown moved in with his father, Robert, who not only saw football as an escape for his son, but also as an opportunity for him to earn a scholarship and a solid education. Just prior to the NFL Draft, his father died of a heart attack on Valentine’s Day. After recording his first career INT in 2008 against the Lions, Brown sent the ball to his family home in Mesquite, TX, in dedication to his late parents.
•Won the Dallas-Area Punt, Pass & Kick Championship at Texas Stadium as a 9-year-old and finished 3rd at the national competition in San Diego.

2007: Thomas Herrion Award

•Set career highs in tackles (37) and PDs (9), while tying career highs in INTs (2) and special teams tackles (16).
•Made his first start of the season at Ind. (11/1), recording 2 tackles and 1 PD.
•Picked off QB Jay Cutler in the 2nd qtr. and returned it 51 yds vs. Chi. (11/12), setting up RB Frank Gore’s 14-yd. TD run on the following play.
•Had a career-high 8 tackles at GB (11/22).
•Intercepted QB Kurt Warner vs. Arz. (12/14).

•Saw action at nickel back due to injuries to CB Shawntae Spencer (knee) and CB Donald Strickland (knee) vs. Det. (9/21) and registered his first career INT.
•Made first career start at Arz. (11/10) when team opened in nickel package and tallied 6 tackles.
•Sealed a 49ers victory at StL (12/21) by intercepting a QB Marc Bulger pass on the 49ers 38-yd. line with 22 seconds remaining in the 4th qtr.

•Suffered a torn MCL and partially torn ACL in the season finale vs. Cle. (12/30).


•Played in 47 career games with 35 starts for the Longhorns, finishing with 169 tackles, 3 INTs, 1 sack, 1 FR, 2 FFs and 20 PDs. Also amassed 315 yds. on 17 kickoff returns. As part of Texas’ 2005-06 National Championship Team his senior year, did not allow any TD catches and his main pass cover­age assignments had just 3 catches for over 20 yds. during his 11 starts. Earned second-team Academic All-Big 12 conference honors and was a member of UT’s Athletic Director’s Honor Roll.


•Attended North Mesquite (TX) HS, where he was a three-year starter at cor­nerback and two-year starter at running back. Rushed for 3,011 yds. and 42 TDs in his final two seasons, receiving an invitation to play in the 2003 U.S. Army All-American Game.
•As a senior, gained 1,885 yds. with 28 TDs on 182 carries (10.4 avg.) and caught 10 passes for 281 yds. with 2 scores. Also threw a 26-yd. TD pass.
•Was a two-year letter-winner in track (100m, sprint and mile relays) and a sophomore starter at shooting guard in basketball.
•Born Tarell Lameek Brown (1/6/85) in New York City, NY. Resides in Mesquite, TX.

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