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Bennie Brazell No. 80     Florida Tuskers Wide receiver Personal information Date of birth: June 2, 1982 (1982-06-02) (age 29) Place of birth: Houston, Texas Height: 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m) Weight: 182 lb (83 kg) Career information College: LSU NFL Draft: 2006 / Round: 7 / Pick: 231 Debuted in 2006 for the Cincinnati Bengals Career history Cincinnati Bengals (2006–2007) Jacksonville Jaguars (2008)* Florida Tuskers (2010–present) *Offseason and/or practice squad member only Career highlights and awards N/A Stats at NFL.com Bennie Brazell (born June 2, 1982 in Houston, Texas) is an American football wide receiver for the Florida Tuskers of the United Football League. He was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football at Louisiana State. Contents 1 College career 2 Professional career 3 Personal 4 References 5 External links College career Brazell went to college at Louisiana State University where he was a member of the football team as well as the indoor and outdoor track and field teams. At LSU he played on the 2003 football national championship team and he was a five-time track and field national champion and a 14 time All-American. He was also the 2002 SEC Male Track & Field Freshman of the Year. Brazell was a football and track and field teammate of Xavier Carter while at LSU. Brazell was a 2004 Olympic Games finalist in the 400 meter hurdles. His career best time was 47.67 seconds, achieved in June 2005 in Sacramento. Professional career Brazell was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He was on the injured reserve list for the 2006 season. He failed to make the 53 man roster for the 2007 season. In 2008, Brazell tried-out for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but was not offered a contract. In 2010, Brazell was added to the roster of the USA Rugby Sevens squad. His first match will be in tour to Fiji.[1] Personal Brazell is a former student at Westbury High School in Houston, Texas. His parents are Karen F. Mayes and Bennie Brazell III, brothers Chris, Floyd Johns, sister London and son Cameron. References ^ http://bleacherreport.com/articles/328168-usa-7s-team-ready-to-break-out External links LSUSports.net Football Bio LSUSports.net Track & Field Bio [1] IAAF profile for Bennie Brazell v · d · eLSU Tigers Football 2003 BCS & USA Today/ESPN National Champions Joseph Addai | Eric Alexander | Dwayne Bowe | Bennie Brazell | Michael Clayton | Tory Collins | Travis Daniels | Buster Davis | Peter Dyakowski | Matt Flynn | Randall Gay | Skyler Green | Devery Henderson | Marquise Hill | Jack Hunt | Brian Johnson | Donnie Jones | LaRon Landry | Chad Lavalais | Nate Livings | Matt Mauck | Adrian Mayes | Rudy Niswanger | Melvin Oliver | Stephen Peterman | Chase Pittman | Ronnie Prude | Marcus Randall | JaMarcus Russell | Marcus Spears | Craig Steltz | Cameron Vaughn | Justin Vincent | Corey Webster | Andrew Whitworth | Ben Wilkerson | Kyle Williams | Jonathan Zenon | Keith Zinger Head Coach Nick Saban Coaches Derek Dooley | Jimbo Fisher | Stan Hixon | Travis Jones | Will Muschamp v · d · eVirginia Destroyers current roster Active roster 14 Chris Greisen | 23 Jerome Carter | 32 J. R. Reed | 49 Ryan Senser | 55 Terrence Melton | 63 Adrien Clarke | 66 Anthony Davis | 68 McKinley Boykin | 84 Galen Stone | 97 Arnold Harrison | -- Delbert Alvarado | -- Trevor Anderson | -- Jada Brown | -- Martail Burnett | -- Derek Devine | -- Bryan Evans | -- David Hale | -- Matt Henry | -- Jason Horton | -- Neal Howey | -- Dexter Jackson | -- Billy Latsko | -- Michael Matthews | -- Brandon McRae | -- Joe Monteverde | -- Jonathan Palmer | -- Chris Patrick | -- Will Patterson | -- Adrian N. Peterson | -- Aaron Rouse | -- Wynel Seldon | -- Clifton Smith | -- DeAngelo Willingham | -- Jerron Wishom | -- Jahi Word-Daniels Reserve lists 21 Cletis Gordon (Unsigned) | 22 Nate Salley (Unsigned) | 24 Darius Vinnett (Unsigned) | 31 DeJuan Tribble (Unsigned) | 38 J. D. Runnels (Unsigned) | 43 Maurice Hicks (Unsigned) | 44 Herana-Daze Jones (Unsigned) | 50 Tony Taylor (Unsigned) | 52 Odell Thurman (Unsigned) | 56 Patrick Chukwurah (Unsigned) | 57 Darryl Blackstock (Unsigned) | 58 Enoka Lucas (Unsigned) | 65 Josh Beekman (Unsigned) | 70 Shane Olivea (Unsigned) | 72 Kyle Young (Unsigned) | 76 Na'Shan Goddard (Unsigned) | 81 Cortez Hankton (Unsigned) | 82 John Standeford (Unsigned) | 88 Calvin Russell (Unsigned) | 95 Claude Wroten (Unsigned) | 98 Bryan Save (Unsigned) | -- Aundrae Allison (DP) | -- Hank Baskett (Unsigned) | -- Reggie Brown (Unsigned) | -- Atiyyah Ellison (Unsigned) | -- Clint Ingram (DP) | -- Terrence Metcalf (Unsigned) | -- Langston Moore (Unsigned) | -- Willie Parker (Unsigned) | -- Keiwan Ratliff (Unsigned) | -- Dominic Rhodes (Unsigned) | -- Ian Scott (DP) | -- Kevin Shaffer (Unsigned) | -- Ryan Sims (DP) | -- Pat White (Unsigned) Persondata Name Brazell, Bennie Alternative names Short description Date of birth June 2, 1982 Place of birth Houston, Texas Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to an American football wide receiver born in the 1980s is a stub. 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