Orlando Brown Jr. Stats: Height, Weight, Position, & Net Worth

Orlando Brown Jr. Stats: Height, Weight, Position, & Net Worth

Orlando Brown Jr.

  • Personal Information:
    • Full Name: Orlando Claude Brown Jr.
    • Date of Birth: May 2, 1996
    • Age: 27 years
    • Birthplace: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
    • Parents:
      • Father: Orlando Brown Sr. (Former NFL offensive lineman)
      • Mother: Mira Brown
    • Partner: Holly Luyah (Instagram model)
    • Children: One son
  • Career Information:
    • Current Team:
    • Position: Tackle
    • Draft:
      • Year: 2018
      • Round: 3rd
      • Pick: 83rd overall by the Baltimore Ravens
    • College: Oklahoma
  • Physical Details:
    • Height: 2.03 m (6 feet 8 inches)
    • Weight: 156 kg (345 pounds)
  • Financial & Contractual Details:
    • Latest Contract: 4 years, $64,092,000 (Signed March 16, 2023)
    • Average Annual Salary: $16,023,000
    • Net Worth: Estimated between $2-3 million
  • Other Details:

Orlando Brown Jr. Net Worth

As of 2023, Orlando Brown Jr.’ net worth is estimated to be around USD 160 million.

Orlando Brown Jr., the formidable offensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals, has established a strong financial foundation with an estimated net worth of $2.7 million as of 2023. His NFL journey commenced at the University of Oklahoma, leading to his selection by the Baltimore Ravens in the 2018 NFL Draft, and subsequent trades to the Kansas City Chiefs and then the Bengals. These moves have not only showcased his skill set but also significantly contributed to his market value in the league.

  • Net Worth and Financial Achievements:
    • Brown’s financial achievements are highlighted by his contracts in the NFL, most notably his four-year, $64 million contract with the Bengals. This deal includes a $31.1 million guaranteed, demonstrating the high value placed on his talents on the field​​.
  • Income Sources:
    • Beyond his substantial NFL earnings, Brown’s income is complemented by endorsement deals and personal investments. While specific endorsements were not detailed, athletes of his caliber often partner with leading sports and lifestyle brands, contributing to their overall income.
  • Lifestyle and Investments:
    • Orlando Brown Jr. has maintained a lifestyle commensurate with his professional success, including significant investments such as his contract with the Bengals. Details on personal investments or real estate holdings were not provided but are typical avenues for athletes to diversify their wealth.
  • Philanthropy:
    • Brown has shown a commitment to giving back, notably his efforts to raise awareness for type 1 diabetes prevention research. This personal cause highlights his commitment to leveraging his platform for the betterment of others, especially considering his family’s history with the condition​​.

Orlando Brown Jr.’s career trajectory in the NFL underscores not just his prowess as a leading offensive tackle but also his strategic approach to financial planning and community engagement. As he continues his career with the Bengals, both his contributions on the field and his impact off it are expected to grow, further solidifying his legacy within and beyond the sport.

Orlando Brown Jr. Stats

Position: Offensive Tackle
Jersey Number: #75
Team: Cincinnati Bengals (previously with Baltimore Ravens)

2020 Season Defensive Stats (with Baltimore Ravens):

  • Games Played (GP): 16
  • Total Tackles (TOT): 1 (1 Solo, 0 Assists)
  • Sacks (SACK): 0
  • Forced Fumbles (FF): 0
  • Fumble Recoveries (FR): 0
  • Interceptions (INT): 0
  • Passes Defended (PD): 0
  • Stuffs (STF) and Stuff Yards (STFYDS): 0
  • Kicks Blocked (KB): 0

Career Defensive Stats (up to 2020):

  • Games Played (GP): 16
  • Total Tackles (TOT): 1 (1 Solo, 0 Assists)
  • Other defensive statistics: Identical to the 2020 season as this appears to be his only recorded season with defensive stats.

Orlando Brown Jr., primarily an offensive tackle, has minimal defensive statistics, reflecting his role on the offensive line rather than the defensive unit. In the 2020 season with the Baltimore Ravens, he recorded a single tackle over 16 games. His primary contributions to the team are likely in offensive line play, which is not captured in these traditional defensive statistics.

Orlando Brown Jr. 2023-24 Profile

Orlando Brown Jr. — the 6 foot 8 inch, 340 pound offensive lineman for the Cincinnati Bengals — is one of the NFL’s most unsung heroes. Then again, every offensive lineman in the history of American football is an unsung hero. But Orlando Brown Jr. seems one step above the rest, in the way that he conducts himself both on and off the field, and in the way that he has been able to protect every quarterback that he has played with. Teammates clearly respect him, and value the contributions that he makes to his Bengals squad every Sunday.

In this article, we’ll discuss Orlando Brown Jr.’s general information, take a look at his pre-NFL background, analyze what he has been able to achieve in his NFL career so far, and predict what he might see from him in the 2023-24 NFL season and beyond.

Orlando Brown Jr. General Information

Orlando Claude Brown Jr. was born on May 2, 1996, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. His parents are Orlando Brown Sr. and Mira Brown. Orlando Brown Sr. was also an NFL offensive lineman, and is considered one of the greatest linemen in NFL history. Unfortunately, Brown Sr.’s career was derailed when an NFL referee hit him in the eye with a penalty flag, which caused him to go temporarily blind and miss 3 NFL seasons. Brown Sr. died when Orlando Brown Jr. was just 15 years old.

Orlando Brown Jr. is currently dating Instagram model Holly Luyah. The couple have been together since 2019, and currently have one son together.

On March 16, 2023, Orlando Brown Jr. signed a four year, $64,092,000 contract with the Cincinnati Bengals — making for an average annual salary of $16,023,000. Brown Jr.’s net worth is estimated to be between $2-3 million.

Brown Jr. wears jersey number 75.

Orlando Brown Jr. Background

Orlando Brown Jr. attended Peachtree Ridge High School in Suwanee, Georgia. After showing an incredibly unique blend of athleticism and size at the offensive tackle position, Brown Jr. received scholarship offers from top colleges, like Tennessee, Oklahoma, Alabama, and Arkansas. Brown initially committed to Tennessee but changed his commitment to Oklahoma.

Brown Jr. redshirted during his freshman year at Oklahoma, in order to gain strength. He then won the starting left tackle job prior to the 2015 season. In his junior season, Brown made the 2017 College Football All-America Team, and was one of three finalists for the Outland Trophy, which is awarded to the best interior lineman in college football every season. Oklahoma finished the season 12-2, then lost to Clemson in the College Football playoffs. Baker Mayfield, Brown Jr.’s quarterback that season, finished fourth place in Heisman voting (and would win the Heisman in 2017).

After his junior season finished, Brown Jr., who was certainly one of the best offensive linemen in college football over the past few years, announced that he intended to enter the 2018 NFL Draft, as he was expected to be a first round selection.

Then came the NFL Scouting Combine, which presents a chance for scouts to analyze various athletic drills by potential draft picks. In the 2018 NFL Combine, Brown Jr. had a notoriously bad performance.

His 40-yard dash time (5.85 seconds) was the slowest among any prospect at the combine and was described as a “historically bad time”. He also finished last in the bench press (14 reps of 225 pounds), vertical jump (19.5 inches), and broad jump (82-inch) among all offensive linemen at the combine. The abysmal performance certainly hurt his draft stock, and would end up costing him a lot of money on draft day.

Luckily, Brown produced better numbers at the Oklahoma Pro Day, with an improved 40-yard dash (5.68s), 20-yard dash (3.28s), 10-yard dash (1.88s), bench press (18), vertical jump (25 1/2″), and broad jump (7’5″).

Once the Pro Day was over, Brown Jr. was projected to be a second or third round pick, and was ranked anywhere between the fourth and eighth best offensive tackle in the draft.

Come Draft night, the Baltimore Ravens selected Brown in the third round (83rd overall) of the 2018 NFL Draft. This was the same NFL Draft where the Ravens selected Lamar Jackson, their future franchise quarterback.

Orlando Brown Jr.’s NFL Career So Far

In his rookie season, Brown Jr. appeared in all 16 games and started 10 games at right tackle. The Ravens would make the playoffs in that 2018 rookie season, but would lose to the San Diego Chargers in the Wild Card round.

Brown Jr. became the Ravens full-time starting right tackle in the 2019 season, only producing 2 penalties all season and playing 100% of their snaps on offense, which amounted to 1,105.

The Ravens finished the 2019 regular season with a 14-2 record, and made it to the Divisional Round of the playoffs before losing to the Tennessee Titans. However, Brown Jr.’s quarterback, Lamar Jackson, would win the 2019 NFL MVP Award, and Brown Jr. was named to the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl.

Brown Jr. followed up his outstanding 2019 season with another excellent year in 2020. Once again, Brown Jr. started every game at tackle, played 100% of snaps (1,026), and was only called for 5 penalties all year. The Ravens would finish the year 11-5, beat the Tennessee Titans in the Wild Card Round, then lose to the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Round.

Brown Jr. was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs on April 23, 2021. Brown Jr. immediately became the Chiefs’ starting tackle (protecting their franchise quarterback, Patrick Mahomes), played 1,128 snaps, and only produced 4 penalties. The Chiefs ultimately lost in the AFC Championship Game, but Brown Jr. was named to his third consecutive Pro Bowl. 

Although penalties crept up to 6 for Brown Jr. in 2022, he still played 1,132 snaps, didn’t miss a game, and had an excellent year. The Kansas City Chiefs ultimately won the Super Bowl that season, giving Brown Jr the first Super Bowl championship of his career. Brown Jr. was also named to the Pro Bowl after the season, for the fourth straight time.

On March 17, 2023, Brown Jr. signed the aforementioned contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. So far this season, he had played 98% of the Bengals’ offensive snaps, and has produced 3 penalties.

Orlando Brown Jr. 2023-24 Season Forecast

So long as he stays healthy (which he has done an incredible job of thus far in his NFL career), there’s no reason why Orlando Brown Jr. won’t continue to be one of the league’s premiere offensive lineman, and continue to earn Pro Bowl appearances. While Brown Jr. (nor any other offensive lineman) will never earn the recognition he deserves from the media and pop culture, his teammates know the impact he makes. And when it’s all said and done, Brown Jr. could produce a Hall of Fame worthy career. He’s already well on his way there.

James Idayi
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