For the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, Orlando Brown plays offensive lineman in the NFL. His height is 2.03 m, and his weight is 154 kg. Peachtree Ridge High School was his alma mater, where he also participated in football. He opted to enroll at the University of Oklahoma, where he played collegiate football for the Oklahoma Sooners football team.
Redshirting his first year at Oklahoma in 2014, he was named the starting left tackle the following year. He declared his intent to bypass his senior year and join the 2018 NFL Draft in January 2018. He participated in all of the positional drills and the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, but he did not perform well.
His time in the 40-yard sprint, which was the slowest of any prospect at the combine, was described as “historically poor” by NFL expert Mike Mayock. The Baltimore Ravens selected Brown in the third round with the 83rd overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. In January 2020, he was elevated to the Pro Bowl roster as an alternate offensive lineman.
Brown was acquired by the Kansas City Chiefs in a trade in April 2021. In March 2022, the Chiefs placed him with the non-exclusive franchise tag. On August 2, 2022, he signed his $16.7 million franchise tag tender after failing to reach a long-term arrangement.
Where Is Orlando Brown From?
Orlando Brown is from Baltimore, Maryland in the United States of America.