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Pharaoh Brown | Tight End

Team: Oregon Ducks
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 234

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Rob Rang of CBS Sports writes that Oregon junior TE Pharaoh Brown "has the talent to be Oregon's next star tight end."
Brown is coming off a forgettable campaign more notable for his off-the-field news (suspended for the bowl game for his role in a snowball fight) than his on-field production (10 catches for 123 yards and two touchdowns). There's no denying his physical ability, however (and, compared to Colt Lyerla, Brown is Tim Tebow). "He's a talented athlete with good size and big, soft hands," wrote Rang. The 6-foot-5, 241-pounder runs a 4.74 forty. Jun 22 - 6:50 PM
Source: CBS Sports

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Oregon starting sophomore TE Pharaoh Brown has been suspended for the school's bowl game for his involvement in a school snowball fight.

Brown participated in "a viral video that showed University of Oregon students -- including several football players -- pelting cars and drivers with snowballs Friday," according to the Oregonian. Head coach Mark Helfrich handed down the suspension after speaking with the two drivers whose cars were hit. Oregon is scheduled to play Texas in the Alamo Bowl on Dec. 30.
Mon, Dec 9, 2013 03:52:00 PM

Oregon sophomore TE Pharaoh Brown is dealing with a leg injury recently suffered during practice.

In fact, Brown left Tuesday's practice with his left leg in a cast and on crutches. "I just tweaked it a little bit," said Brown. "I had to mobilize it a little bit. It happened a few days ago in practice." He added the cast should be removed on Friday and Brown should be ready to play in the season opener. The tight end has drawn praise this summer and could be an outstanding combo with Colt Lyerla.
Source: 247 Sports
Wed, Aug 14, 2013 11:07:00 AM

Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich was impressed with sophomore TE Pharaoh Brown during offseason activities.

"We have a lot of young talent at tight end, and we've been waiting for some guys to step up and he had a very productive, consistent spring," Helfrich said. "He was in that mode of a guy who played a freshman, but didn't get to catch a ton of balls... His effort was great. I'm very excited to see him develop." The Ducks have a great young tight end in Colt Lyerla, but the duo could really help each other in terms of generating a matchup advantage.
Source: CBS Sports
Thu, Jun 27, 2013 10:30:00 AM