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Malcom Brown

Malcom Brown

Height: 6' 2"Weight: 320 lbsAge: 26College: TexasDrafted: #32 (1st Rd. by New England)

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Malcom Brown signs three-year pact with Saints

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Saints and DL Malcom Brown have agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract.

Fantasy Impact

The former first-round pick by New England had a disappointing contract season with the Pats. Having just turned 25, Brown is certainly young enough to get back on track in New Orleans next year. He should slide in as the team's starting nose tackle.

Jakeem Grant second WR drafted at 186th by Dolphins

Texas Tech's Jakeem Grant joins Rutgers’ Leonte Carroo as the second receiver drafted by the Dolphins. The team obtained the sixth-rounder (No. 186) after trading sixth and seventh round picks with the Minnesota Vikings.

Fantasy Impact

The Dolphins may look to see if Jakeem Grant can handle return duties. Third-round pick Kenyan Drake also has the potential to return kicks. Jarvis Landry was the main returner for the Dolphins last year, and provided a bonus in leagues where players were rewarded for return yards. Owners planning to draft him with that in mind, may want to temper those expectations going into camp and see what happens with the Grant and Drake picks.

Reginald James2 years ago
Malcom Brown sustained an injury at Patriots camp

First-round draft choice Malcom Brown sustained a left foot or ankle injury that required him to stay down on the sideline for several minutes with his shoe off. He soon put the shoe back on and remained on the field as a spectator for the rest of the practice. It did not appear that Brown’s injury was too much of a cause for concern, however, as the medical staff did not treat him on the field, and the rookie defensive lineman actually spoke to reporters afterward. “Just working and competing,” he said with a smile several times in response to repeated questions.

Fantasy Impact

It does not look like Malcom Brown suffered a serious injury on Friday but it is worth keeping an eye on updates. Brown is expected to help fill Vince Wilfork's shoes in the middle of the Patriots defense. If he can produce like he did in college, Brown could be a sleeper pick at IDP.

John Aubin5 years ago
Malcom Brown projects as Patriots top impact rookie

When the Patriots looked to replace Vince Wilfork, they looked at the draft, especially when the Texas defensive tackle fell to them at 32. When discussing Brown in his article, Oliver Thomas said that "versatility could help the first of 11 New England draft selections carve a place early on in [2015.] Brown lined up in both a 4-3 and 3-4 scheme at Texas, serving anywhere from a five-technique defensive end to a zero-technique nose tackle. Though as for where he’ll best fit into the Patriots’ multiple front, one-technique and three-technique figure to be his most common residence based on the team's personnel in place."

Fantasy Impact

Stopping the run was a tall task for the Patriots last season and defensive tackles are not typically high performers in IDP leagues, but Malcom Brown should boost the Patriots defensive line as they replaced the veteran Vince Wilfork with a much more flexible option at nose tackle. They will need to put more pressure on quarterbacks this season as their defensive backfield has been almost completely turned over.

Michael Vincent5 years ago
Malcom Brown


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