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  • Eagles' Sydney Brown: Will begin camp on PUP list

    Brown (knee) will be placed on the active/PUP list at the start of training camp, Jimmy Kempski of reports. This move isn't surprising, as Brown underwent surgery on his ACL in late January. It's not yet clear if the second-year safety will be ready for the start of the regular season, but he can be activated off the PUP list at any time in the preseason, at which point he'd be eligible to practice and participate in exhibition contests.
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  • Eagles' Sydney Brown: Finishes rookie year with one pick

    Brown (knee) finished his rookie season with 45 tackles, one forced fumble and one interception in 14 regular-season games. Brown went through a mix of highs and lows after being selected 66th overall by the Eagles in April. He played a very minor role the first two games, then injured his hamstring in Week 3 and missed three contests. He returned as an important part of the Eagles' secondary, however, starting six of the team's final 11 games. He returned an interception for a touchdown in Week 17 but suffered a torn ACL in Week 18, an injury which could affect his availability for the start of next season.
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  • Eagles' Sydney Brown: Gets ruptured ACL confirmed

    Brown sustained a ruptured ACL during Sunday's 27-10 loss against the Giants, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Unsurprisingly, the diagnosis means Brown will be done for the rest of the season, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. If Reed Blankenship (groin) is also unable to play in the wild-card round, it could mean a postseason start for Tristin McCollum.
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  • Eagles' Sydney Brown: Believed to have torn ACL

    Brown is believed to have suffered a torn ACL during Sunday's game against the Giants, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Brown will undergo testing Monday to confirm his diagnosis, but he'll presumably face a lengthy recovery timetable that will sideline him for the playoffs and potentially the start of the 2024 season. He had a promising rookie season in which he tallied 45 tackles (32 solo), an interception, a forced fumble, three pass defenses a touchdown over 14 games.
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  • Eagles' Sydney Brown: Philly adds in third round

    The Eagles selected Brown in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 66th overall. Brown (5-foot-10, 211 pounds) is the identical twin of running back and former Illinois teammate Chase Brown, and like his brother, Sydney offers eye-catching athleticism on a sturdy frame. Brown's 4.47-second 40, 40.5-inch vertical and 130-inch broad jump are all excellent figures, and Brown was otherwise a standout producer in a smothering Illinois secondary. Brown needs to get his angles under control -- he seems to gun himself out of frame a good amount when crashing down for run support -- but if the Eagles can coach up Brown's tackling fundamentals, he should emerge as a viable starter.
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