Derrick Brown

Derrick Brown Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'5" / 326 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 15, 1998 (22)
2020 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 7 (CAR)

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Panthers Reach Deal With Derrick Brown

The Carolina Panthers agreed to a four-year fully guaranteed deal for $23.621 million with rookie defensive tackle Derrick Brown on Friday, according to agent Drew Rosenhaus. Brown, who was the seventh overall pick in the draft, becomes the first player taken in the first round in 2020 to agreed to terms. Carolina started with Brown and took all defensive players in the draft for the first time in history. The defensive tackle from Auburn will immediately step in as a starter in Week 1 and will help a Panthers run defense that was one of the worst in football in 2019.

May. 8th • 8:02 PM
Panthers Select Derrick Brown Seventh Overall

The Carolina Panthers selected Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown with the seventh overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft on Thursday. The first defensive tackle off the board, Brown will certainly help a porous Panthers defensive line and defense that, in general, was horrible against the run and rushing the passer in 2019, even with now-retired linebacker Luke Kuechly as a sideline-to-sideline beast. Brown will give the Panthers consistent production on the defensive side of the ball and he plays with tremendous effort. Carolina should get good great interior pocket push from Brown, and they'll need it with Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and now Tom Brady inside the division.

Apr. 23rd • 9:15 PM
Lions Taking A Liking To Derrick Brown

The Detroit Lions coaching staff has recently taken a liking to Auburn defensive tackle Derrick Brown, according to sources. There could be a couple of players that the Lions like with pick No. 3 in the first round, but they'd love to get them at No. 5 or No. 6 after a trade down. If they don't move back a few spots, Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah could be the pick, as he fills a big need after the Lions traded Darius Slay this offseason. It's unknown if any team is desperate enough for a quarterback -- Tua Tagovailoa or Justin Herbert -- to move all the way up as far as No. 3 to take one of them.

Apr. 20th • 10:13 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Teddy Bridgewater
P.J. Walker
RB Mike Davis
Trenton Cannon
LWR Robby Anderson
Pharoh Cooper
RWR D.J. Moore
Keith Kirkwood
SWR Seth Roberts
Brandon Zylstra
TE Ian Thomas
Chris Manhertz
LT Russell Okung
Greg Little
LG Chris Reed
Dennis Daley
C Matt Paradis
RG John Miller
Michael Schofield III
RT Taylor Moton
Trent Scott
LDE Brian Burns
Marquis Haynes
LDT Zach Kerr
Woodrow Hamilton
RDT Derrick Brown
Bravvion Roy
RDE Stephen Weatherly
Efe Obada
WILL Shaq Thompson
Julian Stanford
MLB Tahir Whitehead
Adarius Taylor
SAM Jermaine Carter
LCB Donte Jackson
Corn Elder
SS Juston Burris
Sam Franklin Jr.
FS Tre Boston
Jeremy Chinn
RCB Rasul Douglas
Eli Apple
K Joey Slye
Michael Palardy