Recently, the Liberty Flames Sports Network Game On show had an opportunity to catch up with former Flames' football standout Mike Brown.
Brown is entering his fourth season in the NFL after signing a free agent contract with the Carolina Panthers during the offseason.
The Charlottesville, Va., native got his start in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2012. In three seasons with the Jags, Brown finished with 39 career receptions, 534 career receiving yards and two career touchdowns.
Brown finished up his four-year career at Liberty (2008-11) as a two-time Walter Payton Award candidate. The quarterback posted 15 career games with 300 or more total offensive yards and completed his career ranked No. 3 in total offense (7,947 yards), No. 4 in total offensive plays (1,104) and No. 5 in total offense per game (180.6).
Brown is one of six former Liberty football players competing in the NFL, as he is joined by Walt Aikens (Miami Dolphins/Liberty: 2011-13), Dominique Davis (Pittsburgh Steelers/Liberty: 2012-14), Kevin Fogg (Pittsburgh Steelers/Liberty: 2009-13), Jacob Hagen (St. Louis Rams/Liberty: 2011-14) and Rashad Jennings (N.Y. Giants/Liberty: 2006-08).
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