Malcolm Brown will be entering his 5th year in the league for the 2020 season. In his career, he’s played in 54 games carrying the ball 197 times for 769 yards (average of 3.9 yards a run) and six touchdowns. In the air, he’s caught 20 of 28 possible catches for 165 yards and one touchdown.
As recently as last season in 2019, he had a career-high 69 attempts and ran for a career-high 255 yards (average of 3.7 yards a run) with five touchdowns while getting 16 first downs for the team. In the air, he had just two receptions, one 10 yards and the other six yards for a mere total of 16 yards.
He’ll have a similar role in 2020 as he’s had his whole career, limited action but one that’s important as he will be needed when the team needs to get a few yards on the ground. Standing at 5’11 and 222 pounds, he will give the team a running back that can get through defenders and help block in the back pocket for defensive players that get by the line when the team decides to throw the ball.