Learn about Brown away from the field.
Major: Physical education
Any thoughts on what you'd like to be doing after football: "I might be interested in coaching. I haven't really thought about it too much though."
Favorite TV show: Sanford and Son
Married or single: Married with three children.
When did you start playing football: "It was back in the third grade. I loved the game right from the start."
Any mentors along the way: My coaches.
Did you have a football hero: Tony Dorsett.
What was your Welcome to the NFL Moment: "Buffalo took me in the first round of the 1995 draft. I was so excited. It was great until I actually got there. I'll never forget getting off that plane. It was so cold. Right away I thought, "What have you gotten yourself into?" Luckily that kind of weather is something you get used to pretty quickly. During college, Pittsburgh wasn't exactly tropical either. I acclimated well and got my job done on the field."
What's your strength as a player: "My size and my desire to play the game. Also, I'm very competitive. I think that's true of every professional player."
What was your first job: "I was a landscaper. That's hard work."
Your first car: A sweet ‘77 T Bird.
Do you have any advice for young players: "Pay attention to your coaches. They know more about the game than you do. Always give every play your full effort and attention."
Do you have a favorite food: "I need to keep my strength up so I eat quite a bit of just about anything."
Why did you choose to sign with Chicago as a free agent? "This is a great team. All of the ingredients for success are here."
What's your goal this year with the Bears: "To stay healthy and make an impact. Making the playoffs is always a goal."