Spencer Brown Injury History

Spencer Brown
Position: OT
Height/Weight: 6’9″/311 lbs.
College: Northern Iowa
Year joined Bills: 2021
Acquired: 2021 NFL Draft 3rd round selection

High School Injuries:

2015 Junior year: Broke his left femur while playing basketball in high school. While the article itself did not specify the left side, other articles from the same source go on to reference issues with his left knee in high school indicating that the femur fracture was on the left side.

Attempted to play baseball but had continued soreness in his knee while playing, revealing an osteochondral defect under his patella that required surgical repair.  

During the season, the same article details that Brown tore his meniscus. He finished the football season and played through the basketball season with the injury. Despite dealing with pain, he was able to garner first-team all-state honors in basketball before going under the knife once again to repair the meniscus in April of that year.

College Injuries:

2016 Freshman year:

Redshirted as he was still recovering from his meniscus repair and gaining weight to transition from tight end in high school to offensive tackle.

2017 Redshirt Freshman year:

Appeared in 5 games before suffering a season-ending right knee injury. Specifically, he suffered an MCL tear along with damage to his patellar tendon.

2018 Redshirt Sophomore year:

Appeared in 13 games, did not suffer any publicly known injuries.

2019 Redshirt Junior year:

Appeared in 15 games, did not suffer any publicly known injuries.

2020 Redshirt Senior year:

Opt-out due to COVID due to his school postponing the season.

Pro Injuries:

General links:

Author: Dr. Trimble

My name is Dr. Kyle Trimble and I am, first and foremost, a Buffalo Bills fan!! When I am not cheering on the Buffalo Bills, I am a Physical Therapist. To give a background on myself; I was born and raised in Erie, PA, moved to Buffalo in 2006 to begin my studies at D'Youville College towards becoming a Physical Therapist at which time I became a devoted Buffalo Bills fan.  I graduated in 2013 with my Doctorate in Physical Therapy and moved home for several years. Moving back to the Buffalo area in 2016, I have gained extensive experience in outpatient orthopedics, skilled nursing, acute care hospital, and home care. Having obtained a significant wealth of knowledge that continues to grow, along with a undying fandom of the Bills, puts me in the unique position to educate my fellow fans about our great team. 
I am currently an injury spotter working with Dr. David Chao, Orthopedic Surgeon @ProFootballDoc based out of San Diego. In this role, I provide real time updates regarding injuries during the game. I hope you enjoy what I publish and I welcome any comments or questions you may have.
Disclaimer: My opinions are my own.  Any thoughts I have on the injuries is based on media reports, my knowledge of the injury, and speculation based on the information currently available.


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