The former 2018 5th round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals has appeared in 21 career games (1 start), recording 17 tackles (11 solo), a tackle for loss, and a sack.
At 6’3”, 290 pounds (with 34 1/2” arms), Brown should compete for a spot on the Colts active 53-man roster this offseason as a rotational backup defensive tackle—as he possesses some impressive physical measurables:
With pick 158 in the 2018 NFL Draft, the #Bengals selected Andrew Brown, DT, Virginia.— Kent Lee Platte (@MathBomb) June 14, 2019
He posted a great #RAS with okay size, good speed, good explosiveness, great agility at the DT position.#Bengals pic.twitter.com/ijvDEA51nf
With the Colts in their 4-3 base defense, Brown projects as a three-technique defensive tackle with his quickness, penetration, and ability to shoot gaps.
He appears to be worth the flyer for potential additional positional depth.