Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports
The Clarion Ledger is reporting that Ole Miss defensive back Chief Brown injured himself during an offseason workout and as a result will likely need to miss the 2014 season.
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Coach Hugh Freeze confirmed that Brown tore his Achilles, an injury that typically requires a six to eight-month rehab.

"Very sad," Freeze said.

Brown, a redshirt junior from Winona, moved to Ole Miss' nickel corner (husky) position in the spring and was expected to be Tony Conner's primary backup there this fall.
Last season Brown finished with 38 tackles (19 solo), a fumble recovery and an interception. He played strong safety and free safety.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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7 Comments
Good for ole miss, def not the kid though! fixed. Still trash lol
Reply42 months
lsu480 = trash no doubt about it.

GatorReb = Lets compare championships
Reply42 months
lsu480 = trash

I am sure other LSU fans would agree.
Reply42 months
That is brutal. I feel sorry for the kid.
Reply42 months
Lsu480.

"Good"

??? Really dude? GTFO.

It's a college kid trying to play football and he has a possible season ending injury in the summer and your response is "Good".

You're trash. Never put the game ahead of the kids. 27-24
Reply42 months
Good
Reply42 months
massive loss
Reply42 months
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