Player Bio

Brandon Greene
OL #60
Height:
6-5
Weight:
295
Age:
24
College:
Alabama
Experience:
1

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Recent Games
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16 CLE W 20-3
17 @MIN L 10-23

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Biography

Greene played at Alabama from 2012-16 while appearing in 54 games as a tight end, offensive lineman and on defense. Most recently in 2016, Greene moved to strictly playing tight end after spending the previous three seasons split between offense and defense. Primarily used as a run blocker, Greene’s tight end career was highlighted by a 24-yard reception in overtime at LSU in 2014.

Greene played at Alabama from 2012-16 while appearing in 54 games as a tight end, offensive lineman and on defense. Most recently in 2016, Greene moved to strictly playing tight end after spending the previous three seasons split between offense and defense. Primarily used as a run blocker, Greene’s tight end career was highlighted by a 24-yard reception in overtime at LSU in 2014.

 

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