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Tim Brown to Blue?

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The Winnipeg Blue Bombers haven't announced it yet, but the paperwork is done and Tim Brown is heading north.

No, not the Oakland Raiders-Heisman-Trophy-winner Tim Brown, but the Tim Brown who starred at Rutgers as a fleet-footed receiver/returner.

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The sports agency that represents Brown announced late Thursday that the 5-foot-8, 165 pounder had signed with the Bombers. He'll likely compete with Chris Garrett and others for kick-returning chores as a way to spell off starting corner Jovon Johnson from handling too much. Brown had stints with both the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals last season after a spectacular career with the Scarlet Knights.

Watch some of his highlights:

 

And to read a good background story on the man, read this.

 

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