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38 C.C. Brown DB
Height/Weight: 6-0/208 | Birthdate: 1/27/1983 | Birthplace: Greenwood, MS, USA | Team: Jacksonville | College: La.-Lafayette | NFL Experience: 7 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Brown joins Jaguars


(12/20/2011) Jacksonville placed DB Darcel McBath on injured reserve Tuesday because of a broken hand. The Jaguars, who now have 28 players on injured reserve this season, signed seven-year veteran DB C.C. Brown to take his place.

DB Brown leaves game


(10/31/2010) Lions safety C.C. Brown left the team's Week 8 game against the Redskins with a right knee injury. He needed help getting off the field after making a hit on Washington RB Keiland Williams.

Lions sign safety Brown


(5/10/2010) The Lions have signed safety C.C. Brown. Brown, a sixth-year pro who began his career in Houston, started seven games for the Giants last season. He was benched after a poor outing in a loss to Philadelphia in early November and finished with 69 tackles, three passes defensed and three forced fumbles last season. Brown was initially tendered an offer as a restricted free agent this winter, but the Giants withdrew the offer after signing free agent safety Deon Grant. The Lions have five safeties on the roster: Louis Delmas, Marquand Manuel, Marvin White, Ko Simpson and Daniel Bullocks, but Simpson and Bullocks are coming off microfracture knee surgeries last fall.

Giants make change at safety


(11/6/2009) The Giants decided Friday to insert Aaron Rouse into the starting lineup at safety for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Rouse will replace beleaguered veteran C.C. Brown, who has been beaten twice on deep passes for touchdowns during the losing streak. In making the switch, coach Tom Coughlin said Rouse plays the ball better in the air than Brown, so he will be paired with Michael Johnson. "We have three guys, they all play a lot," Coughlin said. "The third safety played 26 snaps the other day. So we are just going to try to maneuver around a little bit and defend the deep ball better, that's all."

Giants defenders chip in Sunday


(10/26/2009) Several Giants defenders played well Sunday against the Cardinals. DB C.C. Brown had 11 tackles and a forced fumble. LB Antonio Pierce had 10 tackles. DB Terrell Thomas had seven tackles and an interception. DL Mathias Kiwanuka had two tackles and a sack. LB Justin Tuck had five tackles and a forced fumble. LB Danny Clark as one tackle and a sack. DL Osi Umenyiora had a tackle.

Phillips out for season


(9/24/2009) Safety Kenny Phillips' season with the New York Giants ended just days after the best game of his career. Phillips, who had two interceptions in Sunday night's win over Dallas, was placed on injured reserve by the Giants (2-0) on Thursday because of an unhealthy left knee. The team also announced it was awarded safety Aaron Rouse off waivers from Green Bay. Phillips had been bothered by the knee since training camp. An MRI on Wednesday revealed that the patella femoral arthritis in his knee has worsened. A final determination has not yet been made on how to treat the condition. Phillips was leading the team in interceptions (2) and tackles (16) and was tied for the lead in passes defended (2). With Phillips out, C.C. Brown will start Sunday at Tampa Bay. Rouse, 6-4 and 227 pounds, had nine tackles in Green Bay's 31-24 loss to Cincinnati last week. He had three solo tackles in the season-opening victory over Chicago. Injuries in the secondary have become a concern for the Giants. Cornerbacks Aaron Ross and Kevin Dockery missed the opening two games with hamstring injuries and don't appear ready to play this weekend.

Phillips could miss Week 3


(9/24/2009) Safety Kenny Phillips was missing at the Giants' practice, increasing concerns about the left knee that has bothered him for the past month. A Giants spokesman said Thursday that he had no immediate word on Phillips. Coach Tom Coughlin said last week that dealing with Phillips' injury this season would be a matter of maintenance. However, he did not practice on Wednesday and was not at practice Thursday. Phillips had two interceptions in the Giants' 33-31 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night. Injuries in the secondary have become a concern for the Giants (2-0). Aaron Ross and Kevin Dockery missed the opening two games with hamstring injuries and don't appear ready to play Sunday at Tampa (0-2). S Michael Johnson isn't downplaying the impact of Phillips' knee injury. "It would be a major loss," Johnson said. "I look at him as a Pro Bowl-status player." CB Corey Webster said New York's secondary strategy will be unchanged without Phillips in the lineup. "(Safety C.C.) Brown has been preparing like a starter," Webster said. "We're going to call it the same way."

Giants nab DB Brown


(3/5/2009) The New York Giants padded their defense a little more on Wednesday, signing former Houston Texans safety C.C. Brown. Brown is the fourth defensive player signed since free agency opened last week, joining linebacker Michael Boley, defensive end Chris Canty and defensive tackle Rocky Bernard. "C.C. is a young veteran safety," general manager Jerry Reese said. "He is a physical player who has played a lot of football in this league in his short career. We expect him to come in and create great competition at this position and strengthen it as well."

Texans sign Sapp, put Brown on IR


(9/30/2008) The Houston Texans placed DB C.C. Brown on injured reserve and signed FB Cecil Sapp on Tuesday. Brown broke his arm against Jacksonville on Sunday and had surgery on Monday. Sapp spent five seasons with the Broncos and scored two touchdowns in 2007.

Brown breaks arm in Week 4


(9/28/2008) Texans safety C.C. Brown broke his arm and will have surgery Monday. Head coach Mitch Kubiak wasn't sure how long he will be out after the game.

Texans won't play in Week 2


(9/13/2008) The Baltimore Ravens-Houston Texans game was rescheduled to Nov. 9 after Reliant Stadium was severely damaged by Hurricane Ike, meaning both teams will not play in Week 2. The new date also affects the Cincinnati Bengals' schedule. Houston was originally scheduled to play the Bengals on Nov. 9. Now, those teams will play on Oct. 26 and Cincinnati will take its bye week on Nov. 9, when the Texans now play the Ravens.

Texans re-sign DB Brown


(4/1/2008) The Texans re-signed safety C.C. Brown on Monday. Brown started each game last season and finished with 83 tackles, an interception, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles. A sixth-round pick in 2005, Brown has appeared in 47 games with 44 starts for Houston. He has 260 tackles and three interceptions in his three-year career.

C.C. Brown gets 84 tackles


(1/29/2008) Texans DB C.C. Brown had 84 tackles (64 solo), one interception, three fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles in 16 games in 2007.

Texans defenders help out in win


(12/9/2007) Texans DB Fredrick Bennett (eight tackles), LB DeMeco Ryans (six tackles), DB Jamar Fletcher (four tackles), DB Von Hutchins (four tackles), DB C.C. Brown (three tackles, one fumble recovery), DL N.D. Kalu (half a sack) and DL Omobi Akoye (half a sack) all made nice contributions in Houston's 28-14 win over the Buccaneers in Week 14.

Texans defenders step up in win


(11/18/2007) Notable Texans defenders from Week 11 vs. New Orleans include: LB Morlon Greenwood (nine total tackles, one interception), CB C.C. Brown (seven solo tackles, forced fumble), CB Von Hutchins (nine total tackles, interception), LB DeMeco Ryans (10 total tackles) and DE Mario Williams (six total tackles, sack).

Texans' Brown gets interception


(10/7/2007) Houston starting strong safety C.C. Brown picked off Cleo Lemon in the Texans' 22-19 victory over Miami in Week 5. The pick was the third of his three-year career. Brown also led the Texans in tackles on Sunday with eight.

C.C. Brown becomes starting SS


(8/12/2007) The Texans are looking to sign players to beef up their depth in the secondary after strong safety Glenn Earl and cornerback Jason Horton suffered season-ending injuries Saturday. Earl fractured his foot and will have surgery on Tuesday, while Horton broke his arm and will undergo surgery Monday. Third-year player C.C. Brown will move from free safety to take Earl's place.

Texans list Week 16 injuries


(12/20/2006) Texans WR Jerome Mathis (hamstring) is doubtful, DL Lional Dalton (neck) is questionable, while DL Anthony Weaver (knee), DL Mario Williams (foot) and DB C.C. Brown (toe) are listed as probable for Week 16 vs. Indianapolis.

Texans list Week 15 injuries


(12/17/2006) Notable Texans inactive for Week 15 at New England include: QB Quinton Porter (third QB), WR Jerome Mathis, FS C.C. Brown, WR Derrick Lewis, LB DaShon Polk, DT Cedric Killings and RB Samkon Gado.

Texans list Week 15 injuries


(12/13/2006) Texans RB Jameel Cook (knee) is out, DB C.C. Brown (foot) is doubtful, while WR Jerome Mathis (groin), DL Anthony Weaver (knee) and DL Mario Williams (foot) are probable for Week 15 at New England.

DB Brown has 4 tackles vs. TEN


(10/30/2006) Houston DB C.C. Brown had four tackles against Tennessee.

Texans DST gets torched


(10/15/2006) The Texans gave up four touchdowns in a 34-6 loss against Dallas. They only sacked Cowbous QB Drew Bledsoe twice with DB C.C. Brown and LB Demarco Ryans. Brown led the Texans with 10 tackles, and Ryans was second with nine. DB Dunta Robinson had five tackles. And DL Mario Williams had six tackles.


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