Bryce Brown

RB / Seattle Seahawks / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 220 lb Age: 24 College: Kansas State Bye 9

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    Bryce Brown: Waived by the Seahawks

    Brown was waived by the Seahawks on Saturday, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports. Brown was waived in order to make room for Jeremy Lane, who was activated from the reserve PUP list Saturday. Brown was expected to add depth at the running back position after Marshawn Lynch underwent hernia surgery during the week, but it appears as if the Seahawks are comfortable relying on Thomas Rawls and Fred Jackson for the bulk of the work out of the backfield.

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    Seahawks' Bryce Brown: Promoted to Seahawks' roster

    Brown re-signed with the Seahawks on Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Brown was waived by Seattle last weekend, but the team decided to bring him back just a couple days later, presumably to provide insurance in case Marshawn Lynch (abdomen) is unable to play again this week. Brown is not a lock to suit in Week 12, but he figures to work as the Seahawks' third running back if he does.

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    Bryce Brown: Set to rejoin Seahawks

    Brown is set to re-sign with the Seahawks, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports. The signing isn't official, but it does makes sense that the Seahawks would turn back to Brown, as Marshawn Lynch (abdomen) may require season-ending surgery. Of course, with Thomas Rawls and Fred Jackson still around, Brown is still another injury or two away from actually having a role in the Seattle offense. He had a couple big games for the Eagles back in 2012, but his running ability is overhyped and he has never impressed with his vision or decision-making.

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    Seahawks' Bryce Brown: Waived by the Seahawks

    Brown was waived by the Seahawks on Saturday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports. This move seems to signal that Marshawn Lynch could be active for Sunday's game against the 49ers, as the Seahawks surely wouldn't compromise their depth at the running back position had they assumed Lynch would be unavailable. Brown will now have the opportunity to catch on with another team, but he's unlikely to stumble into fantasy relevance this season unless he joins a team in serious need of a running back.

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    Seahawks' Bryce Brown: Signs with Seahawks

    Brown agreed to a contract with the Seahawks on Tuesday. Brown has been out of work since being released by the Bills in September, but the Seahawks decided to add him to the roster to improve their running back depth. Brown slots in fourth on the depth chart, so even if the injured Thomas Rawls (calf) is unable to play Sunday, Brown would still be looking at a minimal role behind Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Bills send RB Bryce Brown packing

    The Bills have released veteran running back Bryce Brown, who combined for 302 yards rushing and receiving last year but did not play in the 2015 season opener. Brown has rushed for progressively fewer yards in each season of his NFL career. He topped out at 564 yards with Philadelphia in 2011, when he averaged a fine 4.9 yards per carry.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Bills RBs coach confirms LeSean McCoy will get bulk of carries

    Although the Bills have a crowded backfield, Bills running backs coach Anthony Lynn confirmed Tuesday the plan is for LeSean McCoy to be the workhorse back when healthy. Although, his status for Week 1 is a bit iffy since he is coming off a preseason hamstring injury. "All along we brought him in to put the bulk of the workload on him," Lynn told "And he has some good help in Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown and Karlos Williams. So those guys will all play a complementary role but Shady will get the bulk of it. "And far as his availability (for Week 1), I'll hope he'll be ready to roll. I can't say that for that sure, but if he's ready to roll, we're gonna use him and we got a plan for him. And if he's not, we're not gonna blink." Lynn also added McCoy could also be used in goal-line situations. "Shady's done a good job in goal line and short-yardage," he said. "Sometimes it's not the biggest, most powerful back. It's the back with the best instincts and feel. Marcus Allen was a 205-pound runner but was the best goal-line runner I've seen in my time. So he has a knack to get through the hole and get skinny in the hole. So I'm not saying that I'm gonna take [McCoy] out at the goal line, but Karlos can definitely get the job done."

  • by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

    Report: Bills have discussed Bryce Brown trade scenarios

    The Bills have had trade discussions involving running back Bryce Brown, according to NFL Network. Brown appeared in seven games for Buffalo last season.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Bills RB Bryce Brown (personal) not partaking in voluntary workouts

    Bills running back Bryce Brown has been unable to participate in voluntary offseason workouts because of personal reasons, running backs coach Anthony Lynn said Tuesday. "Bryce is doing what he has to do right now, taking care of his family in the offseason," Lynn said, per ESPN. "But yes, it will set him back. I mean, he's five, six weeks behind everyone else. Once he gets here it's going to be hard to slow down and catch him up. That's one of my biggest concerns. "But he's got the playbook and hopefully he's taking care of his business and he'll come in in great shape and we'll see what happens." Although coach Rex Ryan called out Brown in March about his fumbling issues, general manager Doug Whaley has implored the coaching staff to give Brown a "clean slate." "Rex has a way of motivating guys and getting his point across. I think Bryce got the point," Lynn said. "It's more mental than drills: just helping him know and feel where the ball is, just having an awareness of where the ball is. "Runners naturally are going to swing the ball, when you try to maintain your balance and fall and all those types of things. But when you have that awareness of where the ball is, then you can protect it more times than not."

  • by Jason Butt |

    Bills' Rex Ryan: Bryce Brown needs to hold on to the football

    Bills running back Bryce Brown is officially on notice. Speaking at the NFL owners meetings on Tuesday, coach Rex Ryan talked a bit about his deep running back group that features LeSean McCoy, Fred Jackson and Anthony Dixon. The fourth running back in that stable? "[T]he fast dude. Brown is it?" Ryan said, via "I'm not gonna learn his name until he holds on to the football. And if he does, he'll have a chance to play. But until we feel comfortable with it, he won't." It should be noted that Brown only fumbled once in 2014 with the Bills, though he appeared in just seven games. He didn't fumble at all in 2013 but coughed the ball up four times in 2012 with the Eagles. Ryan has a reputation of being beloved by his players so this may not irk Brown too much once they become better acquainted. But if Brown wants a shot at playing time, or even a 53-man roster spot, he'll need to prove his fumbling ways are a part of the past.

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