Lomas Brown was a 7 time Pro Bowler, 3 time First Team All Pro, and a Super Bowl champion during his 18 year NFL career as an offensive lineman. He's been nominated for enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He had a lengthy career the wide majority of NFL players could only dream of and then parlayed that into a second career as an ESPN NFL analyst. Brown isn't one of ESPN's highest profile analysts by a long stretch, but he's stuck around longer than the likes of Warrick Dunn, Derrick Brooks, Ray Buchanan, and others.
But this week, Lomas Brown's 18 year, 263 game career became narrowed down to one regretful play in 1994 when he admitted to intentionally missing a block in hopes of getting his quarterback, Scott Mitchell, knocked out of a game. Brown then got caught in a fiery tornado (if such a thing exists) of controversy that stretched from former teammates to his own Twitter page in one of the more astounding stories to involve a football analyst.no comments