TRANSACTIONS: Signed with Houston Texans on May 16, 2014 ...
• Finished his career as a four-year starter with 167 total tackles, 27.5 tackles for loss, seven sacks and five blocked kicks
• Played in 10 games, making eight starts
• Finished the year with 37 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss and one sack
• Had a season-high six tackles versus Central Michigan and Kent State
• Blocked a field goal for the fifth time in his career
• Played in all 12 games, making 10 starts
• Made 33 total tackles, including 8.5 for a loss and 3 sacks
• Had a season-high six tackles against Minnesota (Sept. 17) and Bowling Green (Sept. 24)
• A second-team All-MAC performer and starter in all 14 games
• Recorded 27 solo tackles and 26 assists, tied for fourth-most among his teammates
• Ranked third-best on the team with 10 tackles for loss for 33 yards and added three quarterback sacks, two forced fumbles, two blocked kicks, two QB hurries, two PBUs and one fumble recovery
• Started nine games and made 40 tackles
• Recorded five tackles for loss and blocked two kicks
• 2008 Woodbridge High School team had a perfect 10-0 regular-season record
• As a senior, accumulated 82 tackles and 10 quarterback sacks
• Also lettered in track and field as a shot putter and in baseball as a first baseman
• Austin Brown
• Born Sept. 14, 1991
• Son of Greg and Laurie Brown
• Completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology in May 2013
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