Video: Brown on NFL Combine

Offensive lineman Braden Brown from BYU talks one on one from the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
February 21, 2013

Examining the offensive line issues

In a year in which the offensive line was looking to make a statement, after what was considered a subpar performance last year despite loads of talent, there still seems to be some issues up front. It's clear to see the line is struggling with missed assignments, mental breakdowns and poor technique. So what gives?
September 25, 2012

Sorting out the offensive line

There was some shuffling of offensive linemen on the first day of fall camp. Many new faces and some unexpected surprises lined up in the trenches the first day. The shuffle of personnel is an indication of the caliber of talent on the roster. Time will have to be the deciding factor when sorting this group out.
August 3, 2012

Brown's Remarkable Transformation

Switching from tight end to offensive tackle can be tough, given the requirements needed to play the position successfully. But what is even more remarkable is when a 6-foot-6-inch, 250-pound tight end is able to increase his size to 300 pounds without gaining much body fat. That's just what Braden Brown did.
August 8, 2010

Brown Takes to Tackle

Redshirt freshman Braden Brown cut his teeth at tight end before recently moving over to offensive tackle largely due to depth issues this season. After starting and being effective at right tackle against New Mexico, could Brown have made a decision to play a different position?
November 17, 2009

What Can Brown Do For You?

There's no question that tight ends Dennis Pitta and Andrew George are BYU's two primary players at their position. Behind Pitta and George, 6-foot-6-inch, 250-pound tight end Braden Brown is quietly going about his business and is on the cusp of becoming the next big-time BYU tight end.
August 25, 2009

The Next in Line

He's 6 feet 6 inches, 260 pounds and runs very well for his size, insomuch that he has caught a few passes downfield in the early days of spring camp. This freshman tight end has a lot of upside to his abilities, and they'll be put to good use at multiple positions in the Cougar offense in the near future.
March 23, 2009

BYU Commitments Strengthened

Nearly two dozen Cougar football recruits were on campus this weekend for their official recruiting trips. The visitors had many fun activities scheduled for them during their stay, but the greatest thing they did could not have been planned ahead of time. The recruits, most of them already committed, solidified their allegiance to BYU and started coming together as a team.
January 14, 2007