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2 Kris Brown K
Height/Weight: 5-11/215 | Birthdate: 12/23/1976 | Birthplace: Southlake, TX, USA | Team: Dallas | College: Nebraska | NFL Experience: 1 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0 | Average Draft Position: 158.00

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Brown not in Cowboys' plans


(7/28/2011) The Cowboys have released kicker Kris Brown, making David Buehler their placekicker for the 2011 season. Brown made 4 of 5 field goals last season with the Chargers and was signed to the Cowboys roster before the end of the year.

Cowboys bring in K Brown


(12/30/2010) The Cowboys signed free-agent kicker Kris Brown on Thursday. However, David Buehler is expected to handle placekicking duties in Week 17 against the Eagles.

Chargers cut K Brown


(11/23/2010) The Chargers released kicker Kris Brown to make roster room for Vincent Jackson. Brown played in three games for San Diego, missing a game-tying field goal in the final seconds against the Patriots in Week 7.

Brown on active roster for now


(11/18/2010) Chargers K Nate Kaeding (right groin), who last played against the Rams in Week 6, has practiced all of this week and plans to play against the Broncos in Week 11. However, replacement K Kris Brown still remains on the active roster.

Brown has three points


(11/7/2010) Chargers kicker Kris Brown, who was making his return to Houston in Week 9, did not attempt a field goal and had just three extra points. Brown spent his entire career for the Texans before being joining the Chargers as a replacement for Nate Kaeding (groin).

Nine points for Brown in Week 8


(10/31/2010) Chargers K Kris Brown had his most productive game of the year in Week 8 against the Titans. The 33-year-old made field goals from 34 and 36 yards in the 33-25 win. He also converted three PATs but P Mike Scifres mishandled the snap on one of them, costing Brown an extra point.

Brown questionable for Week 8


(10/29/2010) Chargers K Kris Brown was limited in practice for a second straight day Friday because of an ankle injury, prompting the team to list him as questionable for Week 8 vs. Tennessee. Brown's health is a concern because K Nate Kaeding (groin) is still unavailable.

Brown walks without limp


(10/28/2010) Chargers K Kris Brown (left ankle) was limited in practice on Thursday as the team prepares for Week 8 vs. Tennessee. Brown's health is a concern because K Nate Kaeding (groin) is still unavailable. However, Brown was seen in the locker room after practice, and he didn't have a noticeable limp.

Brown just misses game-tying FG


(10/25/2010) Chargers K Kris Brown, who was signed on Wednesday to replace the injured Nate Kaeding, just missed what would have been the game-tying field goal with 27 seconds left in Week 7 against the Patriots. With the Chargers trailing 23-20 with 27 seconds left Brown lined up for a 45-yard attempt. However, a false start pushed San Diego back 5 yards setting up a 50-yard attempt. Brown's kick had the distance but clanked off the right upright. "It just stayed down that hashmark. It just hit the upright," Brown said. "It's frustrating because I felt like I hit it pretty good. It just didn't go in." Brown connected from 32 and 28-yards earlier in the game. He finished 2 for 3 with a long of 32-yards and made two extra points in the loss.

Brown has high standards


(10/21/2010) Chargers K Kris Brown, who was signed on Wednesday, has high expectations of himself to be a reliable kicker in the absence of Nate Kaeding, who is out with a groin injury. "I expect to play at a very high level," Brown said. "I have a standard, and it's about going out and executing and playing at (that high) level." The Chargers take on the Patriots in Week 7.

Chargers sign K Brown


(10/20/2010) The San Diego Chargers have signed free agent kicker Kris Brown, a sign that Nate Kaeding won't be able to kick Sunday against the Patriots. Kaeding injured his groin in last Sunday's 20-17 loss at St. Louis that dropped the Chargers to 2-4. "He's experienced," coach Norv Turner said. "He's been very productive. He kicked awfully well today and he's kicked at a high level in this league." To make room on the roster, the Chargers released third-string quarterback J.T. O'Sullivan.

Brown not cut, but on IR


(9/4/2010) The Texans placed kicker Kris Brown in injured reserve with a foot injury, keeping him within the organization even though he won't play this season. It was previously reported that Brown was cut. Neil Rackers will kick for the Texans in 2010.

Cutting Brown was tough call


(9/3/2010) Houston coach Gary Kubiak got his toughest cut out of the way first. The Texans released kicker Kris Brown, the only player remaining from the inaugural 2002 season. Brown lost a competition in training camp to Neil Rackers, a free agent who was signed in the offseason. Kubiak said Brown was the first player he met with on Friday, a sign of respect for the only player who's appeared in all 128 games in Texans history. "It was miserable, I don't know how to put it any differently," said Kubiak, who's entering his fifth season. "Kris and I had a lot of conversations throughout my time here. We've had some great conversations, we've had some tough conversations on Sunday nights. But I respect him as a man. He's a great person. I respect his career, and I know he's going to have a good one."

Report: Brown out in Houston


(9/3/2010) Neil Rackers has been named the kicker of the Texans, according to the Houston Chronicle. Kris Brown, who had been kicking for the team since its inception in 2002, is expected to be released. Brown missed some crucial attempts last season, which opened the door for competition in the first place. A career 77.3 percent field-goal kicker, Brown made just 65.6 percent last season.

Brown's miss Thursday costly?


(9/3/2010) Houston's Kris Brown came up short on a 56-yard field-goal try on the final play of the first half during Thursday's preseason finale against the Bucs. It was a potentially pivotal miss, as coach Gary Kubiak decides whether to keep Brown or free-agent acquisition Neil Rackers. Brown did convert his only PAT.

Texans' kicking battle almost over


(9/1/2010) It's coming down to the wire for Texans kickers Neil Rackers and Kris Brown, both of whom are battling for the right to boot the ball for Houston. Brown has been the franchise's kicker since they entered the league in 2002 but has received firm competition from Rackers. Both have been perfect through the preseason: Brown is 4 of 4 in field goals, hitting from 31, 26, 43 and 22 yards out along with three extra points, Rackers has hit four field goal attempts from 24, 52, 23 and 23 yards out with two extra points.

Brown has foot in boot


(8/30/2010) Houston K Kris Brown had his kicking foot in a boot and missed Monday afternoon's practice. Brown played through plantar fasciitis in Saturday's win over the Cowboys, but is questionable for Thursday's game against Tampa Bay.

Brown remains in the mix


(8/29/2010) Texans Ks Neil Rackers and Kris Brown remain neck and neck in their competition after Saturday's win over the Cowboys. Brown made his only field goal attempt, which came from 22 yards out; Rackers made both of his attempts, with a long of 37 yards. Each converted their extra point attempt, and failed to record a touchback on kickoffs. "It'll be a tough, tough decision (between the two)," head coach Gary Kubiak said.

Texans' Brown still fighting for job


(8/25/2010) While both kickers Neil Rackers and Kris Brown made long field goals against the Saints on Saturday, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak still expects more from them. “Both of them were disappointing kicking off,” Kubiak said. “I think they are better than that.”

Brown hits two field goals


(8/15/2010) The Texans' placekicking job battle continued Saturday night at Arizona when Neil Rackers made the lone 24-yard field-goal attempt he had. Kris Brown hit two field goals from 31 and 26 yards out and connected on the Texans' lone extra point.

Brown, Rackers ready for battle


(6/10/2010) The official team website for the Texans reports that Kris Brown and Neil Rackers are in a tough competition for the starting kicker job. Coach Gary Kubiak said the battle will be decided in training camp. "They're both kicking good," Kubiak said. "They're both fine kickers, and it's going to be a great competition. One of them is going to kick for us and the other one is going to be kicking somewhere else. They're two quality kickers, and we're lucky to have that type of competition in our camp."

Texans' kickers in dead heat


(6/3/2010) For the first time during OTAs, Texans' kickers Kris Brown and Neil Rackers took turns attempting field goals during team workouts on Tuesday. Brown went 4-for-6 from 35 yards, while Rackers went 3-for-6. They were much improved on Wednesday, both going 8-for-8 alternating kicks from mid-range. "They're both automatic," head coach Gary Kubiak said according to the Houston Chronicle. "It's going to be a great competition because you're looking at two very successful guys in the National Football League."

Texans kicking battle on the horizon


(4/6/2010) The Texans have signed kicker Neil Rackers to a two-year deal, and it is believed that he will compete for the job this summer with incumbent Kris Brown. Rackers had his worst season in six years with only 16 made field goals on 17 attempts and a long of 48; Brown also had a rough year with 21 of 32 field goals made.

Kubiak: Brown to face competition


(3/23/2010) Texans head coach Gary Kubiak said in an interview with CBSSports.com at the NFL owner's meetings in Orlando, FL that kicker Kris Brown will face competition for the starting job, and that the competition will come before training camp. Brown struggled mightily in 2009, hitting just 65.6 percent of his field goals in 2009 with 21 of 32 made. That includes a woeful 2 of 6 from 40 to 49 yards and 6 of 9 from 30 to 39 yards.

Brown has rough game Sunday


(1/3/2010) Texans kicker Kris Brown had a tough game Sunday against New England. Brown missed two field goals and was 4 of 5 on extra points.