Name:Justin Brown08-03-12 Transfer from Penn State College:OklahomaNumber: 19 Height: 6-3 Weight: 207 Position:WRPos2: Class/Draft Year:Sr/2013 40 Low: 4.52 40 Time:4.6240 High: 4.72
Projected Round:Stock:High: 7th Low: PFA Rated number 57 out of 342 WR's483 / 2429 TOTAL
Data Scout Notes: 2012: HMC-WR&KR/HMM-AP...4* Penn State transfer...2011: NA...2010: NA
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Draft Scout Justin Brown News
02/04/15 - WR Justin Brown, who was waived by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Dec. 30, was claimed by the Bills Monday (Feb. 2). The Steelers selected Brown in the sixth round of the 2013 draft. The 6-foot-3 Oklahoma product recorded 12 catches for 94 yards in eight games.
The Steelers waived Brown to make room for running back Ben Tate, whom they signed after Le'Veon Bell suffered a knee injury in the final regular-season game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
12/31/14 - WR Justin Brown was waived by the Steelers Tuesday (Dec. 30).
08/31/13 - WR Justin Brown was released Saturday by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
04/28/13 - A closer look at the Steelers' picks: Round 6/186 - Justin Brown, WR, 6-3, 209, Oklahoma...After Plaxico Burress, he becomes the tallest receiver on the team. One of the transfers from Penn State permitted to play immediately because of the sanctions levied on the Nittany Lions. He said he left because of the opportunity to catch passes from Landry Jones, drafted by the Steelers on the fourth round. - The Sports Xchange
01/04/13 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Justin Brown has been a consistent addition since transferring from Penn State. And if Jalen Saunders is to face discipline for a Sunday marijuana arrest, Brown will be even more important at the Cotton Bowl. Brown has caught 66 passes for 822 yards and has returned 22 punts for a 13.6 average and a touchdown. He's been a consistent player all season, and here's his chance to cement his one-year legacy at Oklahoma, where he's earned the respect of coaches and players in a way many four- and five-year players haven't. - The Sports Xchange