Former Penn State Linebacker Cam Brown Signs With Miami Dolphins

Former Penn State football linebacker Cam Brown signed with the Miami Dolphins, the team announced Wednesday. Brown’s length of contract and salary were not revealed.

Brown spent four years with the Nittany Lions, missing only one game during that time. He finished his career in Happy Valley with 199 total tackles, 15 tackles for loss, five sacks, and earned third-team All-Big Ten honors during his senior season.

After a fantastic career donning the blue and white, Brown moved on to the NFL where he was drafted by the New York Giants in the sixth round in the 2020 NFL Draft.

During his time with the Giants, Brown was mainly a special teamer, recording 1,328 career snaps on special teams. On defense and special teams, he totaled 35 tackles and two forced fumbles.

Brown will likely fill a similar role in Miami that he had in New York, although a spot on the team’s defensive rotation isn’t out of the question.

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Matt is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in sports studies from Bensalem, Pa. Matt is a huge Philadelphia sports fan and an overall sports fan in general. When not watching sports, you'll find him taking down any Dollar Dog challenge or rewatching the Big Ten Maps Commercial. To reach him, follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @matt_brown63, or email him at [email protected].

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