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96 Alex Brown DE
Height/Weight: 6-3/260 | Birthdate: 6/4/1979 | Birthplace: Jasper, FL, USA | Team: Chicago | College: Florida | NFL Experience: 10 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Brown loses out in numbers game


(8/31/2011) The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the Saints are likely to use Turk McBride as their starting left end in the absence of Alex Brown. Brown was released on Tuesday. "After going through it all and also looking at the timing of it, there is still that opportunity within this next week that he'll have a chance to sign with someone else, and also the door is not totally shut if that opportunity presents itself here. But nonetheless, it was a hard decision we had to make," said coach Sean Payton.

Saints make flurry of moves


(8/30/2011) The Saints made a flurry of moves Tuesday to get down to an 80-player roster. They waived/injured LB Erza Butler and RB Chris Taylor. They released DL Alex Brown, while also waiving WR John Chiles, FB Kolby Hurt and DB Mark Parson.

Brown gets Week 17 sack


(1/2/2011) Saints DL Alex Brown picked up a sack in the Week 17 loss to Tampa Bay. Brown notched his first sack since Week 5 at Arizona in the performance. He added three tackles.

Brown gets a QB hurry


(11/1/2010) Saints DL Alex Brown hurried QB Ben Roethlisberger in the Week 8 win over the Steelers. He also registered a solo tackle in the win. "Aside for one drive, they didn’t get a whole lot," Brown said. "What we were able to show is that we’ve got pretty damn good defense here as well. That’s what I think we were able to show.”

Brown records first sack in Week 5


(10/11/2010) Saints DL Alex Brown recorded his first sack of the year in Week 5 against the Cardinals. He was able to bring down rookie QB Max Hall in the second quarter to force Arizona into a field-goal attempt. He finished the day with two tackles and a pass defended in the 30-20 loss.

Brown has five tackles


(9/26/2010) Saints DL Alex Brown played well in Sunday's overtime loss against the Falcons in Week 3. Brown had five tackles, all solo. It was his first solo tackles of the season.

Still no solo tackles for Brown


(9/21/2010) After just assisting on one tackle in the season opener, Saints DL Alex Brown had another slow game in Week 2 against the 49ers. He assisted on two more tackles in the 25-22 win.

Brown looks like a starter


(8/5/2010) DE Alex Brown continues to make plays during practice in both running and passing situations during training camp, and now there's little question that he'll replace Bobby McCray as the starter opposite Will Smith. Brown knows that the Saints' defensive scheme keeps players on their toes, but he likes it that way. He also likes the idea of charging after the passer more for the Saints than he did with the Bears. "(The Bears) were used to playing 13-10 games, 17-14 games," Brown explained. "Here, after the first quarter, you can be up 24-3, and you've got plenty of chances to rush the quarterback."

Brown, McCray in competition


(6/8/2010) Competition between old college friends will help decide who will be the starting left defensive end for the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints. Bobby McCray and Alex Brown were teammates for three years at Florida and are close friends off the field, but they're competing for work on it. For now, McCray is getting the most work with the first team, just as he did throughout the playoffs filling in for an injured Charles Grant. But Brown, who is joining the Saints after spending his career in Chicago, is hot on his trail.

Brown signs with Saints


(4/7/2010) According to a report on ESPN, the Saints have signed DE Alex Brown to a two-year contract. Brown visited the Saints on Tuesday, and Saints GM Mickey Loomis has cited defensive end among the defending champions more pressing needs since the release of Charles Grant this year. Brown will be 31 in June and has played eight seasons for Chicago before he was released this offseason. His six sacks last season ranked second on the team.

Brown visits Saints


(4/7/2010) The New Orleans Saints have brought in free agent Alex Brown for an offseason visit. Team spokesman Greg Bensel says the former Bears DE was at the Saints' suburban training headquarters Tuesday. Saints GM Mickey Loomis has cited defensive end among the defending champions more pressing needs since the release of Charles Grant this year. Brown will be 31 in June and has played eight seasons for Chicago. His six sacks last season ranked second on the team.

Bears release DE Brown


(4/1/2010) The Bears have released veteran defensive end Alex Brown, roughly a month after signing Julius Peppers. The 31-year-old Brown was a fourth-round selection by the Bears in 2002 out of Florida. He was slated to make $5 million this season and slightly more in 2011, but the team didn't view him worthy of the contract. Mark Anderson, who had strong rookie season in 2006 with 12 sacks, could now be the starter. The Bears also intend to move Israel Idonije from tackle to defensive end.

Brown makes big MNF sack of Favre


(12/29/2009) Bears DL Alex Brown came up with a huge sack of Minnesota QB Brett Favre to help secure an overtime win during the Week 16 game on Monday night. Brown finished the game with the sack and three tackles.

Bears defenders struggle vs. Ravens


(12/20/2009) The Bears had several defenders chip in Sunday at Baltimore in a 31-7 loss against the Ravens. LB Lance Briggs had 13 tackles. DB Charles Tillman had eight tackles. DB Zack Bowman had three tackles and an interception. LB Hunter Hillenmeyer had seven tackles and a sack. LB Nick Roach had two tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. DL Alex Brown had three tackles. DL Gaines Adams had one tackle. DL Adewale Ogunleye had one tackle. And DB Danieal Manning had three tackles.

Brown should play Week 13


(12/4/2009) Bears DL Alex Brown (calf) is listed as probable for Week 13 vs. St. Louis. He practiced in full Thursday and Friday after sitting out Wednesday. Brown had one tackle in Week 12 against the Vikings.

Bears defenders play well Sunday


(11/23/2009) The Bears had several defensive players do well Sunday against the Eagles. DB Daniel Manning had four tackles. LB Lance Briggs had 11 tackles and a sack. DB Charles Tillman had seven tackles and three forced fumbles. DB Zack Bowman had six tackles and an interception. DE Alex Brown had three tackles. DL Tommie Harris had two tackles and a sack. DE Adewale Ogunleye had three tackles.

Bears defenders struggle in loss


(11/8/2009) Notable Bears from Week 9 vs. Arizona include: DB Danieal Manning (12 total tackles), LB Hunter Hillenmeyer (10 total tackles), LB Lance Briggs (nine solo sacks), CB Zack Bowman (four solo tackles, interception) and DL Alex Brown (two solo tackles, sack, two forced fumbles).

Brown has four tackles


(10/4/2009) Bears DL Alex Brown had four tackles and a half-sack Sunday against Detroit.

Bears defense banged up


(10/2/2009) The Bears will likely be without injured linebackers Hunter Hillenmeyer and Pisa Tinoisamoa when they host the Lions on Sunday. Both were listed as doubtful on Friday, with Tinoisamoa hobbled by a knee injury he suffered in the season opener at Green Bay and Hillenmeyer recovering from a rib injury in last week's win over Seattle. On the plus side, Pro Bowl linebacker Lance Briggs (foot) is expected to play even though he was listed as questionable. Defensive end Alex Brown (ankle) and defensive tackle Israel Idonije (knee) were also listed as questionable.

Two Bears DL active Week 3


(9/27/2009) Bears DL Alex Brown (ankle) and DL Tommie Harris (knee) are both active and expected to start Week 3 at Seattle. Brown was questionable on the injury report and Harris was probable.

Brown a question mark for Week 3


(9/23/2009) Bears DE Alex Brown was able to practice in a limited fashion on Friday as the team prepares for its Week 3 game at Seattle. He is listed as questionable for the game after missing practice on Wednesday and Thursday but the Chicago Tribune did report on Wednesday that Bears coach Lovie Smith said Brown should be able to play in the game.

DE Brown should be OK


(9/21/2009) Bears defensive end Alex Brown was in the trainer's room instead of a hospital room a day after he limped off the field with a sprained left ankle. Coach Lovie Smith said Brown should be available this week against Seattle. Smith said Brown "means a lot to our football team. We need him on the field."

Brown gets two sacks, hurts ankle


(9/20/2009) Bears DL Alex Brown picked up his first two sacks of the season Week 2 against the Steelers, finishing with four solo tackles. He had six sacks last year. He needed help getting off the field late in the fourth quarter, though, with a sprained left ankle.

Brown has two tackles


(12/7/2008) Bears DL Alex Brown had two tackles Sunday against Jacksonville.

Brown gets sack


(12/1/2008) Bears DL Alex Brown had five tackles and a sack Sunday at Minnesota.