The mother of a former Buffalo Bills player tragically lost her life in a homicide, succumbing to severe injuries inflicted during an assault. Regrettably, her son is currently unaccounted for, as reported by WGRZ. The Cook County Medical Examiner has officially classified Myrtle Brown’s passing as a result of deliberate violence.
The search for Sergio Brown, the former Buffalo Bills player, is currently underway by the Maywood Police Department. He was born in Maywood, Illinois, and is 35 years old. Interestingly, his father, Mario Brown, was the first African-American men’s basketball player at Texas A&M University.
After attending the University of Notre Dame, Brown entered the 2010 NFL Draft but unfortunately went undrafted. However, his passion for the game remained intact, and he signed with the New England Patriots on April 29, 2010. Although he was initially cut, he was soon signed to the practice squad. Brown’s NFL journey has seen him play for multiple teams, with the Buffalo Bills being one of them.
On September 1, 2012, Sergio Brown signed with the Indianapolis Colts. After three years, he joined the Jacksonville Jaguars on March 11, 2015. However, the Jaguars released him on April 18, 2016. Later, the Falcons signed Brown on August 20, 2016, but they waived him just after a week on August 27, 2016. Finally, the Buffalo Bills picked him up on November 2, 2016. During his time in Buffalo, Brown played in eight games, wearing number 38 on his jersey.
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