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Josh Brown
K #3
Height:
6-0
Weight:
202
Age:
36
College:
Nebraska
Hometown:
Foyil, OK
Experience:
12

Quick Stats (2014):

FGA
26
FGM
24
PCT
92.3
LNG
53

Biography

TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 7th round (222nd pick overall) draft choice by the Seattle Seahawks in 2003…Signed as a free agent by the St. Louis Rams on March 1, 2008…Contract terminated by the Rams on April 30, 2012…Signed by the Jets on May 2, 2012…Released by the Jets on Aug. 27, 2012…Signed by the Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 6, 2012…Signed by the Giants on March 13, 2013.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Brown has played in 180 regular-season games and in 10 postseason games, including Super Bowl XL…In the regular season, he made 278 of 336 field goal attempts (82.7%) and 385 of 387 extra point tries for 1,219 points…Brown scored at least 109 points in each of his first 6 NFL seasons, 5 with Seattle and 1 with St. Louis, and has scored at least 100 points in 9 of his 11 full seasons…Brown kicked a field goal at least 52 yards long in every season but 1, including a career-long 58-yarder as a rookie…He has made 34 of 51 attempts (66.7%) from 50 or more yards in the regular season…Brown has touchbacks on 160 of 819 kickoffs (19.5%).
TRANSACTIONS:
-    Originally a 7th round (222nd pick overall) draft choice by the Seattle Seahawks in 2003…Signed as a free agent by the St. Louis Rams on March 1, 2008…Contract terminated by the Rams on April 30, 2012…Signed by the Jets on May 2, 2012…Released by the Jets on Aug. 27, 2012…Signed by the Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 6, 2012…Signed by the Giants on March 13, 2013.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
-    Brown has played in 180 regular-season games and in 10 postseason games, including Super Bowl XL…In the regular season, he made 278 of 336 field goal attempts (82.7%) and 385 of 387 extra point tries for 1,219 points…Brown scored at least 109 points in each of his first 6 NFL seasons, 5 with Seattle and 1 with St. Louis, and has scored at least 100 points in 9 of his 11 full seasons…Brown kicked a field goal at least 52 yards long in every season but 1, including a career-long 58-yarder as a rookie…He has made 34 of 51 attempts (66.7%) from 50 or more yards in the regular season…Brown has touchbacks on 160 of 819 kickoffs (19.5%).
-    In postseason play, Brown has made 18 of 21 field goal attempts (85.7 %) and all 22 of his extra point tries…Has 5 touchbacks on 52 postseason kickoffs.
-    In 2014, Brown had the finest season of his career…He made 24 of 26 field goal attempts, a 92.3% success rate that was the highest in Giants history for a kicker with a minimum of 14 attempts. One of his misses was a block in St. Louis. The former mark of 92.1% (35 of 38) was set by John Carney in 2008.
-    Brown also made all 44 of his extra point tries for 116 points, the 3rd-highest total of his career (127 with Seattle in 2007 and 125 with St. Louis in 2010)…The 116 points was the 7th-highest scoring season in team history…Brown’s 44 extra points extended the Giants’ streak of consecutive successes to 321 since a Lawrence Tynes miss on Oct. 21, 2007 vs. San Francisco. That is the league’s 2rd-longest active streak, behind San Francisco (375)…Brown tied for 10th in the NFL with 46 touchbacks (on 79 kickoffs, a career-high 58.2 percentage).
-    In his first 2 seasons with the Giants, Brown succeeded on 47 of 52 field goal attempts, a 90.4 success rate. That is the highest in franchise history by a kicker with at least 50 attempts. The former mark of 81.4 was set in 2005-06 by Jay Feely (58 of 69).
-    Brown was 4-for-4 on field goal attempts of 50 or more yards in 2014, the 1st Giants kicker to be perfect on at least four 50-yard tries. He was one of two kickers to go 4-for-4 on attempts of 50-plus yards, joining Philadelphia’s Cody Parkey…Brown’s 4 field goals of at least 50 yards were a Giants single-season record. The previous mark of 3 was shared by Joe Danelo (1981), Steve Christie (2004) and Feely (2005)…Brown’s 5 field goals of 50+ yards for the Giants tie him with Lawrence Tynes for the 3rd-highest total in franchise history, behind Danelo (9) and Brad Daluiso (6).
-    Brown kicked field goals of 49 and 50 yards vs. Atlanta (10/5) to become the 1st Giants kicker with 2 field goals of at least 49 yards in a game since Raul Allegre booted 3-pointers of 52 and 53 yards at Philadelphia on Nov. 15, 1987. Brown had last accomplished the feat on Oct. 2, 2008, when he kicked field goals of 49 and 51 yards for St. Louis at Washington. The 49-yarder cleared the uprights as time expired and gave the Rams a 19-17 victory.
-    Brown recovered a fumble on an aborted field goal attempt vs. Houston (9/21) and was credited with his 1st career forced fumble when he separated Bubba Ventrone from the ball vs. San Francisco (11/16).
-    Brown’s perfect season ended when he missed a 43-yard field goal attempt in the 3rd quarter at Jacksonville (11/30). He had made his previous 12 attempts, dating back to the 2013 season, including his first 10 in 2014…Brown’s most recent miss had been on Dec. 29, 2013, when his 50-yard try vs. Washington in MetLife Stadium was wide left.
-    Brown tied his career high by kicking 5 field goals in a victory at Tennessee (12/7). He hit from 20, 19, 36, 52 and 42 yards. Brown also kicked 5 field goals in a 15-7 Giants victory at Philadelphia on Oct. 27, 2013.
-    At St. Louis (12/21), Brown’s 29-yard attempt was blocked by Daren Bates. It was the 1st block of a Giants field goal attempt since Oct. 14, 2012, when San Francisco’s Tarrel Brown blocked Tynes’ 40-yard try. Later in the game, Brown kicked a 52-yard field goal.
-    Brown kicked 4 field goals, including a 53-yarder, vs. Philadelphia (12/28). The 53-yard field goal was the longest by a Giants kicker since Tynes booted 1 from the same distance at Dallas on Oct. 25, 2010. Brown’s 53-yarder was his longest since he kicked a 53-yarder on Nov. 21, 2010 for St. Louis vs. Atlanta.
-    In 2013, Brown played in all 16 games in his 1st season with the Giants…He made 23 of 26 field goal attempts, a percentage of 88.5 that was then the 3rd-highest in Giants history (minimum 15 attempts). Carney hit 92.1 percent (35 of 38) in 2008 and Daluiso made 88.9 percent (24 of 27) in 1996…Brown also made all 31 of his extra point tries for 100 points…
-    From Oct. 21 to Dec. 29, 2013, Brown succeeded on a Giants-record 17 consecutive field goal attempts…The streak ended when he was wide left on a 50-yard field goal attempt in the 2nd quarter in the season finale vs. Washington (12/29). Brown had set the mark on a game-winning 45-yarder in overtime at Detroit (12/22). He had been tied with Tynes, who made 16 field goals in a row in 2010. Brown had not missed a field goal attempt since he was wide left on a 44-yard attempt at Kansas City (9/29).
-    Brown scored all of the Giants’ points on a career-high 5 field goals (from 40, 44, 33, 46 and 27 yards) at Philadelphia (10/27), He was the 1st Giant to kick 3 field goals of 40 yards or longer in a regular-season game since Oct. 14, 1991, when Matt Bahr booted field goals of 45, 40 and 44 yards in a 23-20 Monday night victory in Pittsburgh.
-    Brown kicked field goals of 41, 52 and 45 yards at Detroit to become the first kicker in Giants history with 3 field goals longer than 40 yards in a regular-season game. Daluiso kicked field goals of 43, 41 and 51 yards in an NFC Wild Card Game vs. Minnesota on Dec. 27, 1997…Brown’s 45-yarder in overtime vs. the Lions was his 9th career game-winning field goal (those that gave his team the lead for good in the final 2 minutes of the 4th quarter or overtime). His previous such kick was on Dec, 23, 2012, when his 43-yarder with 4 seconds left gave Cincinnati a 13-10 victory over Pittsburgh…Brown’s 52-yarder was not only his longest field goal, but his longest attempt of the season. It was Brown’s 30th career field goal of 50 or more yards (on 46 attempts).
-    The 52-yard field goal was the longest by a Giants kicker since Tynes kicked a 53-yarder at Dallas on Oct. 25, 2010. It was the first 50-yarder by a Giant since Tynes kicked a 50-yard field goal vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 4, 2012.
-    Brown had 35 touchbacks on 68 kickoffs, a 51.5 percentage.
-    In 2012, played in 4 regular-season games and 1 postseason game with Cincinnati…Made 11 of 12 field goal attempts, with a long of 52 yards, and all 8 of his PATs…Tied his then career-high with 4 field goals, including a 52-yarder, and an extra point, in his Bengals debut vs. Dallas (12/9). It was his eighth 4-field goal game…Booted 2 field goals and 4 PATs at Philadelphia (12/13)…Kicked a game-winning 43-yard field goal with 4 seconds remaining in the game at Pittsburgh (12/23), a victory that clinched a playoff berth for Cincinnati….Kicked field goals of 32, 38 and 47 yards vs. Baltimore (12/30)…Contributed field goals of 34 and 47 yards and a PAT in the AFC Wild Card Game at Houston (1/5).
-    In 2011, finished his 4-year stint in St. Louis by accounting for 42% of the Rams’ points…Made 21 of 28 field goal attempts (75%) and 18 PATs for 81 points…His longest field goal was 49 yards, making it the only season in his career in which Brown did not have a 50-yarder.
-    In 2010, kicked a career-high 33 field goals on 39 attempts (84.6%) and added 26 extra points for 125 points, the 2nd-highest total in his career...Matched his then career-high with 4 field goals (from 28, 52, 20 and 43 yards) at Arizona (12/5)…Missed a PAT for only the 2nd time in his career, snapping a streak of 165 consecutive extra points made, at Denver (11/28).
-    In 2009, Brown made 19 of 24 field goal attempts, including 6 of 50-or-more yards for the 2nd consecutive season...Added 16 PATs for 73 points, the 1st time in his career he failed to score 100 points, snapping a streak of 6 consecutive seasons with at least 100 points to open his career…Lined up in field goal formation and completed a 36-yard touchdown pass to TE Dan¬iel Fells with 54 seconds remaining in the 1st half at Detroit (11/1).
-    In his 1st season with St. Louis in 2008, Brown extended his streak of consecutive 100 point seasons, scoring 112 points and kicking 31 field goals (in 36 attempts)...Made 6 kicks of 50-or-more yards, tied for the 3rd-most of any kicker in a single season since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger...Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Month honors for October after scoring 33 points by hitting 9-of-10 field goal attempts and all 6 of his extra points tries…Kicked 4 field goals vs. Miami (11/30)…Booted 4 field goals, including the game-winning 49-yarder as time expired at Washington (10/12)…Connected on a pair of 54-yard field goals, the 1st time a kicker had made 2 in a game since he did so in 2007 season finale, and the 3rd time he made 2 kicks of 50-or-more yards in a game in his career, vs. the Giants (9/14).
-    In 2007, scored a career-high 127 points while connecting on 28 of 34 field goals and all 43 extra point tries. In the postseason, Brown was perfect on 4 field goal attempts and 5 PATs…Kicked a career postseason long 50-yard field goal in an NFC Wild Card Game vs. Washington (1/5)…Kicked 54 and 51-yard field goals at Atlanta (12/30), the 2nd time in his career he made two 50 yard kicks in a game…Scored 15 points on 4 field goals and 3 PATs vs. St. Louis (10/25).
-    In 2006, scored 111 points and tied an NFL record with 4 game-winning field goals in the final minute of regulation or overtime…Converted a 42-yarder at Detroit (9/10), a 54-yarder at St. Louis (10/15), a 38-yarder vs. St. Louis (11/12) and 50-yarder at Denver (12/3)…He was twice named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week…Hit 25 of 31 field goal attempts and all 36 of his extra points…Hit all 3 field goal attempts and 4 PATs in the postseason…Brown twice attempted a 5 field goals, at Detroit and at Denver.
-    In 2005, scored 110 points in the regular season and a career-high 22 in the postseason for the NFC champion Seahawks…Made 18 of 25 field goal attempts, a career-low 72.0 percentage…In the postseason he was off target on 3 of his 8 field goal attempts, the only playoff misses of his career…Opened the scoring in Super Bowl XL with a 47-yard field goal vs. Pittsburgh (2/5). Was also wide right on a 54-yard attempt and wide left on a 50-yard try…Had an extra point attempt blocked at Arizona (11/6), the 1st miss of his career after making 113 in a row…Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors vs. Dallas (10/23) after kicking a 55-yard field goal, the 2nd longest of his career, and a game-winning 50-yarder as time expired.
-    In 2004, scored 109 points while missing only 2 field goal attempts (23 of 25), tied for the fewest misses of any kicker with at least 25 attempts...Made a career-best 92% of his field goal tries…Also booted 40 extra points…In the playoffs, Brown kicked 2 field goals and 2 PATs…Kicked a career-high 4 field goals – from 33, 40, 28 and 31 yards – at New England (10/17)…After an injury to Tom Rouen, Brown punted for the first time in his career, a 35-yarder, vs. St. Louis (10/10).
-    As a rookie in 2003, Brown made 22 of 30 field goal attempts and all 48 extra point tries, a career-high, for 114 points…Opened the season with at least one field goal in nine consecutive games…Made his postseason debut at Green Bay (1/4) and connected on both field goal attempts as well as all 3 extra points…In the 4th game of his career, at Green Bay (10/5), kicked a 58-yard field goal that is still the longest of his career.

COLLEGE:
-    Finished his career at Nebraska 3rd on the school’s career scoring list with 315 points…As a senior, was a 1st-team All-Big 12 selection by the league’s coaches and 2nd team by the Associated Press after scoring 88 points…Made 14 of 18 field goal attempts and all 46 of his PATs…As a sophomore, scored 75 points and set a school record by hitting 60 consecutive extra point attempts…Kicked a 51-yard field goal and set an NCAA record by connecting on all 9 of his PATs in the Alamo Bowl vs. Northwestern.

OFF-THE-FIELD ACTIVITY:
-    Hosted the Kick Cystic Fibrosis with Josh Brown event at the Tommy Bahama flagship restaurant, bar and store in New York City. Brown performed a series of stunt kicks around the city and then NFL fans were encouraged to join the goodfor3 Club by making “per field goal pledges.” Each time Brown kicked a regular-season field goal, fans made donations ranging from $1 to $5,000 to the CF Foundation…Attended the Jay Fund’s annual Champions for Children Gala in New York City…Attended the Taste of the Giants event at MetLife Stadium…Signed autographs and greeted fans at the Children’s Place in Paramus, N.J.
PERSONAL:
-    Brown and his wife, Molly, have 3 children – sons Kobe and Kemper and a daughter, Georgia…Communications major…Played running back, safety, punter, kicker and punt and kickoff returner at Foyil (Okla.) High School, where he played 8-man football…Totaled 9,136 all-purpose yards and scored 122 touchdowns…Kicked a 61-yard field goal in the state playoffs…Four-year letterman in football and track and a 3-year letterman in basketball…Two-time Class A champion in the high jump, clearing 6’8” at the state meet in both 1997 and 1998.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesOverall FGsOverall FgsPATKickoffs
GGSBlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
TOTAL 11 58 336 278 82.7 387 385 99.5 1 837 63.9 160 648 23
2014 NYG 16 0 1 53 26 24 92.3 44 44 100 0 82 61.9 46 32 18.3
2013 NYG 16 0 0 52 26 23 88.5 31 31 100 0 70 64 35 32 22.4
2012 CIN 4 0 0 52 12 11 91.7 8 8 100 0 23 65.6 6 17 20.7
2011 STL 16 0 1 49 28 21 75 18 18 100 0 54 65.5 15 36 25.1
2010 STL 16 0 2 53 39 33 84.6 27 26 96.3 0 73 66.7 5 65 23.7
2009 STL 16 0 1 55 24 19 79.2 16 16 100 0 52 65.5 8 42 24.3
2008 STL 16 0 0 54 36 31 86.1 19 19 100 0 66 68.1 8 56 26.2
2007 SEA 16 0 1 54 34 28 82.4 43 43 100 0 87 63.3 13 70 24.9
2006 SEA 16 0 3 54 31 25 80.6 36 36 100 0 75 64.9 12 61 24.6
2005 SEA 16 0 1 55 25 18 72 57 56 98.2 1 89 62.9 4 82 22
2004 SEA 16 0 0 54 25 23 92 40 40 100 0 82 61.4 5 76 21.8
2003 SEA 16 0 1 58 30 22 73.3 48 48 100 0 84 60.2 3 79 20.6
Recent Games
WKOppResultOverall FGsPATKickoffs
BlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
1 @DET L 14-35 0 0 0 0 -- 2 2 100 0 3 65 3 0 --
2 ARI L 14-25 0 0 0 0 -- 2 2 100 0 3 65.3 1 2 --
3 HOU W 30-17 0 39 3 3 100 3 3 100 0 7 66.7 4 3 --
4 @WAS W 45-14 0 29 1 1 100 6 6 100 0 7 63 5 2 --
5 ATL W 30-20 0 50 3 3 100 3 3 100 0 7 63.4 3 4 --
6 @PHI L 0-27 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 65 1 0 --
7 @DAL L 21-31 0 0 0 0 -- 3 3 100 0 4 65 4 0 --
9 IND L 24-40 0 38 1 1 100 3 3 100 0 5 48.2 1 3 --
10 @SEA L 17-38 0 41 1 1 100 2 2 100 0 3 66.7 2 1 --
11 SF L 10-16 0 43 1 1 100 1 1 100 0 3 47.3 1 1 --
12 DAL L 28-31 0 0 0 0 -- 4 4 100 0 5 63.8 4 1 --
13 @JAC L 24-25 0 33 2 1 50 3 3 100 0 5 64.2 2 3 --
14 @TEN W 36-7 0 52 5 5 100 3 3 100 0 9 60.9 5 4 --
15 WAS W 24-13 0 32 1 1 100 3 3 100 0 5 55.4 2 1 --
16 @STL W 37-27 1 52 4 3 75 4 4 100 0 8 63.9 3 5 --
17 PHI L 26-34 0 53 4 4 100 2 2 100 0 7 63.6 5 2 --

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