Stevie Brown RUMORS & NEWS

  • Texans Release S Stevie Brown

    NFL Trade Rumors "Tania Ganguli of reports that the Texans have released veteran S Stevie Brown. While this is unfortunate news for Brown, there are a number of teams that could use some help at safety including his former team the Giants. Brown, 28, signed a one-year, $825,000 contract that included..." August 28

  • Texans, Stevie Brown agree to 1-year deal

    ESPN "Former New York Giants safety Stevie Brown has agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Houston Texans, a source close to the situation confirmed Wednesday night. Brown, who turns 28 in July, is the second of the three safeties who started a game for the Giants in 2014 to depart via free..." April 30

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    Ralph Vacchiano @RVacchianoNYDN

    The Giants have officially re-signed S Stevie Brown and K Josh Brown. #NYG

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    Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

    Giants re-signed S Stevie Brown to a 1-year $4M deal.

  • Stevie Brown wants to return to Giants after lost 2013

    New York Post "In 2012, Stevie Brown put together a near-perfect setup season, bursting onto the scene in his first go-round with the Giants to emerge as a starting safety and lead the team with eight interceptions, tied for the second-most in the league. It was some showing, considering Brown came to the..." December 14

  • Rolle says loss of Stevie Brown is 'huge' for Giants defense

    Newark Star-Ledger "Antrel Rolle was looking forward to returning to practice and lining up alongside Stevie Brown. The two have developed a rapport and have a feel for one another that's difficult to replace in a week. To Rolle the loss of his fellow safety transcends the depth chart. "It's a huge blow. It's..." August 26

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    Albert Breer @AlbertBreer

    A torn ACL is feared for Giants S Stevie Brown which obviously would likely end his season.

  • Giants safety Stevie Brown preps for a breakout 2013

    Newark Star-Ledger "Stevie Brown hooked himself up to a harness and stepped onto a balky treadmill with rubber panels on the track. The contraption was rigged to make the 6-foot, 220-pound safety feel like he was almost 300 pounds. Unlike most treadmills, this one would only move if he applied force. A gauge..." July 14