Watch: TE Pharaoh Brown back to training, ahead of schedule

Published May. 6, 2015 4:23 p.m. EDT

It was one of the most devastating injuries in Oregon history. When tight end Pharaoh Brown went down with a nasty leg injury on November 8th, 2014 against Utah, the air was sucked right out of stadium.

Now, after surgery and months of being on bed rest, Brown is back in Eugene and is fighting to get back on the field for the Ducks.

In 2014, Brown was one of Oregon's breakout stars. In 10 games, Brown caught 25 passes for 420 yards and six touchdowns. He was quickly becoming one of Marcus Mariota's favorite targets.

Here is the breakdown of the video from the Pac-12:


"Oregon TE Pharaoh Brown talks about the recovery he's currently going through after a severe leg injury in a game back in November 8 against Utah, which required hum to undergo surgery and be bedridden for two months. See how he's overcoming those obstacles to get back on the field, including a little help from his friend Tiger."

(h/t Pac-12)

Photo Credit: Cary Edmondson - USA TODAY Sports


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