PRO (81-79/6-6): Levi Brown was traded to Pittsburgh from Arizona on October 2, 2013 in exchange for a conditional draft 2014 draft pick…re-signed to a five-year contract with the Cardinals as an unrestricted free agent on March 16, 2012…released by Arizona on March 13, 2012…originally drafted by the Cardinals in the first round (5th overall) of the 2007 NFL Draft.
Started at LT for the Arizona Cardinals for the first four games of the 2013 season…traded to Pittsburgh from Arizona for a 2014 conditional draft pick on October 2, 2013.
2012 (0-0): Levi Brown was placed on the Cardinals’ Reserve/Injured List on August 24, 2013 with a torn right triceps suffered in the team’s preseason contest vs. Oakland on August 17.
2011 (16-16): Levi Brown started all 16 games for the fourth consecutive season…9/25 at Seattle: Left the game in the second quarter with a rib injury but later returned…10/2 vs. N.Y. Giants: Helped the Cardinals rush for 156 yards and a season-high three rushing touchdowns…11/27 at St. Louis: Was part of an offensive line that paved the way for a season-high 268 rushing yards by the Cardinals’ offense, which averaged 7.1 yards per carry…the rushing total was the most for a Cardinals team since October 5, 1980, and RB Beanie Wells ran for a franchise-record 228 yards…12/18 vs. Cleveland: Made his 70th consecutive regular-season start…1/1 vs. Seattle: Started and helped open holes for the Cardinals to rush for 131 yards and a touchdown.
2010 (16-16): Levi Brown transitioned from RT to LT in the offseason and started all 16 games…9/12 at St. Louis: Helped block for the Cardinals to rush for 112 yards and a touchdown…9/19 at Atlanta: Was part of an offensive line that allowed the Cardinals to rush for 118 yards on just 13 carries (9.1 yards per carry)…9/26 vs. Oakland: Helped the Arizona offense to its third consecutive 100-yard rushing game, marking the first time the Cardinals rushed for 100 yards in the first three games of a season since 1988…10/10 vs. New Orleans: Played in his 50th career game and advanced a QB Max Hall fumble two yards for a touchdown, the first of his career…11/21 at Kansas City: Started his 50th career contest and helped the Cardinals rush for 101 yards and 5.1 yards per carry…12/12 vs. Denver: Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the first time on the season…helped pave the way for the Cardinals’ runners to gain 211 yards on 34 carries, which was the highest single-game total by Arizona since October 3, 2004 vs. New Orleans.
2009 (16-16/2-2): Levi Brown started all 16 games and both postseason contests at RT…selected as Pro Bowl Alternate following the season…part of an offensive line that helped Arizona rush for 1,494 yards on the season, the most by a Cardinals team since 2004 (1,668)…the team’s 4.1 yards per carry average was the highest by Arizona in a single season since the team averaged 4.4 yards per carry in 2002…9/20 at Jacksonville: Left the game during the second quarter with an ankle injury but eventually returned…part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack…10/18 at Seattle: Helped the Arizona offense possess the ball for 42:50, which was the highest for the team since 1994…11/8 at Chicago: Was part of an offensive line that opened holes for the Cardinals’ rushers to gain 182 yards…11/15 vs. Seattle: Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second time on the season…11/22 at St. Louis: Helped block for the Cardinals to gain 183 rushing yards, which were the most by the Cardinals since October 3, 2004 against New Orleans (211 yards)…the 487 rushing yards the Cardinals compiled during the three week stretch was the highest three-game total since the 494 rushing yards in games 10-12 in 1990…12/6 vs. Minnesota: Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack, and helped Arizona rush for 113 yards…the Vikings were held without a sack for the first time in 23 games, and it was the sixth time in 2009 that the offensive line allowed one or fewer sacks, all in Cardinals victories…1/3 vs. Green Bay: Was part of an offensive line that held the Packers without a sack, marking the fourth time in 2009 that the Cardinals held an opponent without a sack…NFC Wild Card Game 1/10 vs. Green Bay: Helped block for the Cardinals to rush for 156 yards against the Packers, who had the top-ranked rushing defense in the NFL during the regular season…NFC Divisional Game 1/16 at New Orleans: Helped block for Arizona to rush for over 100 yards.
2008 (16-16/4-4): Levi Brown started all 16 games and all four postseason contests at RT and was a member of an offensive line that had the same five starters for all 20 games…9/7 at San Francisco: Helped block for Edgerrin James to rush for 100 yards on 26 carries…9/14 vs. Miami: Left the game after suffering a knee injury but later returned…10/5 vs. Buffalo: Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack…helped the Arizona rushing attack score three touchdowns in back-to-back weeks (also 9/28 at N.Y. Jets) for the first time since 1979…11/10 vs. San Francisco: Was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the second time on the season…12/28 vs. Seattle: Helped block for James to record his 57th career 100-yard rushing performance…NFC Wild Card Game 1/3 vs. Atlanta: Started at RT in his first career postseason contest…was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the fourth time that season…NFC Divisional Game 1/10 at Carolina: Helped the Cardinals rush for 145 yards and control the ball for 39:49, both season-highs…NFC Championship Game 1/18 vs. Philadelphia: Helped pave the way for the Cardinals to rush for 102 yards…Super Bowl XLIII 2/1 vs. Arizona: Helped provide blocking for QB Kurt Warner to throw for 377 yards and three touchdowns.
2007 (13-11): Levi Brown appeared in 13 games as a rookie, making 11 starts at RT…missed three contests due to an ankle injury suffered in Week 3…9/10 at San Francisco: Started at RT in the season-opener and helped Arizona rush for 161 yards…9/16 vs. Seattle: Started at RT…helped Edgerrin James rush for 128 yards and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack…9/23 at Baltimore: Started at RT…left the game after suffering an ankle injury during the second quarter and did not return…Inactive for the next three games…10/21 at Washington: Appeared at LT in the second half when Mike Gandy left the game with a calf injury…11/4 at Tampa Bay: Saw action at RT in the fourth quarter when starter Elton Brown left the game with a knee injury…11/11 vs. Detroit: Started at RT, his first start since Week Three…11/25 vs. San Francisco: Started at RT and helped the Cardinals offense compile 552 total yards, the most by the team since 1949…12/2 vs. Cleveland: Started at RT and was part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the third time on the season…helped block for Edgerrin James to his second 100-yard rushing performance on the season…12/16 at New Orleans: Started at RT and helped pave the way for Edgerrin James to surpass 1,000 rushing yards for the season…12/30 vs. St Louis: Started at RT and helped the offense score 48 points, the most in a game for the Cardinals since 1977…part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack for the final two games of the season.
COLLEGE: Levi Brown started 33 games in his career at Penn State, with 32 coming at LT and one coming at RT…a two-time All-America selection… holds two degrees from Penn State…earned his degree in labor and industrial relations in December of 2005, before completing a second degree in psychology in December of 2006. 2006: Started 11 contests as senior, sitting out a pair of games with a knee injury. 2005: Started all 12 games at LT as a junior, helping the Nittany Lions lead the Big Ten Conference in scoring at 35.2 points per game…played a career-high 869 snaps, allowing only one sack and being penalized just twice. 2004: Started nine contests at LT one at RT during his sophomore season…the Penn State offense compiled 300 or more total yards in five of his 10 starts…2003: Appeared in all 12 games and made 11 starts…originally signed with Penn State with intention to play defensive line and was listed as the starting DT coming out of spring drills, but was switched to the offensive line before the start of the fall camp. 2002: Redshirted.
PERSONAL: Levi Brown is a graduate of Granby High School (Norfolk, Va.)…first-team All-Tidewater and second-team all-state selection on both offense and defense by the Virginia High School Coaches Association…selected to the U.S. Army All-American Game…finished his prep career with 189 tackles career tackles…registered six sacks, four forced fumbles and 22 TFL during his senior season…recorded 102 of his 189 career tackles as a junior.
The Pittsburgh Steelers took on the Miami Dolphins at Heinz Field in Week 14 of the 2013 NFL season.
Pittsburgh Steelers Kelvin Beachum, Jonathan Dwyer, Cameron Heyward and Will Johnson visit Allegheny Traditional Academy Middle School.
Highlight photos from the game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens defeated the Steelers 22-20.
The Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland on Thanksgiving Day.
The Pittsburgh Steelers celebrate Thanksgiving.