Thomas Brown is an American football coach and former player. He is the running backs coach and assistant head coach for the Los Angeles Rams of the National Football League (NFL).
Brown previously served as the offensive coordinator and running backs coach at the University of Miami. He played college football at Georgia. Thereafter, he played professionally in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons and the Cleveland Browns.
During his college days, Brown kept on being useful in his subsequent year, beginning each of the 12 games and driving the Bulldogs with 736 yards and four scores on 147 endeavors. He included 67 yards six gatherings and returned two opening shots for 19 yards.
His season-high of 146 surging yards on 20 conveys against South Carolina. A 9-yard halfback score pass to quarterback Joe Tereshinski, playing for the harmed D.J. Shockley, came against the Florida Gators. Brown additionally ran for a profession-long 52-yard score against West Virginia in the 2006 Nokia Sugar Bowl.
When Did Thomas Brown Retire From Playing?
Thomas Brown retired from playing in the National Football League (NFL) in the year 2010 after he was released by the Cleveland Browns.
How Many Years Did Thomas Brown Play In The NFL?
As a player, Thomas Brown played in the National Football League for three (years). He was first drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He proceeded to the Cleveland Brown a year later.