The always energetic Sergio Brown offered this tweet earlier in the week.
Sunday he backed that up with a trio of tackles, a sack, a pass deflection and was a stabilizing force at the backend of the Colts defense.
“I saw (Brown) fly around and make a bunch of plays, make a great third down stop in the first half,” Chuck Pagano said of Brown after the game.
“It seemed like he was everywhere. I’ll wait, I need to look at the tape and I’ll be able to give you a fair evaluation but it looked like he did a nice job.”
The highlight for Brown came on an early fourth-and-one at the Colts three-yard line.
With Baltimore going for it, Brown came flying in from Joe Flacco’s blindside and sacked the Ravens quarterback.
“I feel like the play we made down there on the fourth-and-goal, it was a great one to jump start the rest of the game,” Brown said after the game. “It was a great momentum carrier for the rest of the game.”
As Brown was wrapping up his media sessions on Sunday afternoon, his head coach walked by him and let out a, “Way to go Serg!” which brought an ear-to-ear grin across the face of the Colts safety.
It’s a moment Brown’s wanted for a while now and he made the most of it on Sunday.
“I couldn’t write a story better than this,” Brown said.
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The Indianapolis Colts today signed free agent outside linebacker Victor Butler to the active roster and waived outside linebacker Chris Carter.
Butler, 6-2, 245 pounds, appeared in 63 career games (two starts) for the Dallas Cowboys from 2009-2012 and totaled 65 tackles (48 solo), 11.0 sacks, five passes defensed, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 40 special teams tackles. He joined the New Orleans Saints in 2013 and spent the entire season on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list. In 2012, Butler set career highs with 23 tackles and three passes defensed, while tying a career-high with 3.0 sacks. In 2011, he also posted 3.0 sacks and a career-best 14 special teams tackles. Butler was originally selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round (110th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft out of Oregon State.
Carter was signed by the Colts as a free agent on September 10, 2014 and played in one game this season. He has competed in 30 games (four starts) with the Colts (2014) and Pittsburgh Steelers (2011-13) over the past four seasons and holds career totals of eight tackles (four solo), one fumble recovery and nine special teams stops. He was originally selected by the Steelers in the fifth round (162nd overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft out of Fresno State. Read more »
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