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 Mike Brown

Mike Brown, a former National Football  League player who starred for Delaware head coach Danny Rocco at Liberty University, was named the Blue Hens' offensive quality control assistant in March, 2017.

He will have responsibilities supporting the Blue Hens’ full-time staff in various areas, including practice preparation and film breakdown.

A native of Charlottesville, Va., Brown enjoyed an outstanding career at Liberty University in 2007-10 where he played quarterback and wide receiver for Rocco and led the Flames to four straight Big South Conference titles.

He was a three-year offensive team captain and earned All-American honors as a wide receiver in 2009 when he caught 60 passes for 698 yards and rushed for 442 yards and nine touchdowns and as a quarterback in 2010 when he threw for 2,956 yards and 23 touchdowns and ran for 854 yards and nine scores. He was a three-time All-Big South selection and was selected as the Big South Player of the Year in 2009 as a receiver and 2010 as a quarterback.

Brown, who earned his degree in finance with a minor in coaching from Liberty in 2011, then moved on to a three-year career in the NFL with the Jacksonville Jaguars. He joined the coaching ranks in 2016, serving under head coach Jim Harbaugh at the University of Michigan as an offensive analyst and running backs assistant.

Updated 3/15/17

Position: Offensive Quality Control
Hometown: Charlottesville, Va.
High School: Monticello
Alma Mater: Liberty
Graduating Year: 2011
Major: Business Finance
Experience: 1st Year
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