Data Scout Notes: 2014: 2ndM...2013: 1stC...2012: NA
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Draft Scout Jamon Brown News
08/30/15 - LG Jamon Brown suffered a lateral sprain to his right ankle, and while it's doubtful he will play in the preseason finale against Kansas City, he should be OK for the season opener. Brown was retaped on the sideline after playing 21 snaps (the rest of the starting line played 29) and wanted to go back in and play.
08/27/15 - Rookie RT Rob Havenstein and rookie RG Jamon Brown have each played a total of only 26 snaps in the first two preseason games, but they are expected to play a lot more in Saturday's game against the Colts. Head coach Jeff Fisher said, "You'll see JB and Rob playing a little bit more, we need to get them some more live reps. Again, I keep going back to the Dallas experience (two days of practices against the Cowboys), those were extra reps. I think you'll probably see them play most of the first half this week."
06/15/15 - G Jamon Brown, selected by the Rams in the third round of the draft (72nd overall), signed a four-year contract Monday (June 15).
05/05/15 - A closer look at the Rams' nine picks: Round 3/72 - Jamon Brown, G/T, 6-4, 323, Louisville...Started 39 games over the last three seasons, playing right tackle in 2012 and left tackle the last two years. Brown went to Louisville as a defensive lineman, but made the switch to the offensive line during his freshman season. He started one game at guard that season. Expect to begin his Rams career as a guard. - The Sports Xchange
07/24/14 - Other Louisville prospects to watch in 2014: OT Jamon Brown...Earned All-AAC first-team honors after moving from right tackle to start on the left side in 2013. Brown is a mammoth physical specimen with tremendous length and girth, whose extremely wide frame alone makes for an incredibly difficult barrier for speed rushers to get around. He flashes dominant capability as a run-blocker as well, with powerful hands and impressive lower-half power to dictate opponents with ease when he's able to latch on. Brown is certainly a prospect worth keeping an eye on leading up to next year's draft, but heavy feet and limited movement skills probably make him better suited to play guard at the next level. - Derek Stephens, NFLDraftScout.com