For the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League, Spencer Brown is an offensive tackle. He is 2.03 m tall and weighs 141 kg. He attended Lenox High School, where he played defensive end and tight end for the eight-man football team in addition to participating in baseball, basketball, golf, and track.
He was named first team All-State as a senior with 67 tackles, a state-best 17 sacks, and four fumble recoveries on defense and 24 receptions for 388 yards and seven touchdowns on offense. He played collegiate football for the Panthers at the University of Northern Iowa.
Brown redshirted his true freshman season in addition to switching from tight end to offensive lineman and gaining over 80 pounds. He was a redshirt junior who started every game for the Panthers and was chosen for the second team of the Missouri Valley Football Conference. Prior to announcing his decision to forego his senior redshirt season and prepare for the 2021 NFL Draft, Phil Steele named him a preseason first team FCS All-American.
He was chosen by the Buffalo Bills with the 93rd overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. In July 2021, he signed a rookie deal of $4 million with the Buffalo Bills. In October 2021, he was promoted to right tackle in preparation for his debut in the league.
How Much Does Spencer Brown Make?
Spencer Brown makes $1,208,674 as salary every year per his contract with the Buffalo Bills.