Former NFL player Jason Brown was earning millions of dollars on the gridiron but, at the height of his career. Football, after all, is an instrument that helps both players and fans At the time, Jason's older brother, Lunsford Bernard Brown II, known as. In the latest "On the Road" Steve Hartman meets Jason Brown, who walked away from a lucrative pro football career to farm.
NFL Fans Running Onto Field Compilation NFL player gives up $37 million contract to buy farm, grow sweet potatoes St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown quit football to become a farmer in Louisburg, N.C., CBS News reports. He finds it more His agent wasn't a fan of the idea. Woman uses pocket knife and hammer to fight off alleged rapist. Feldman: NFLPA thinks it may get more favorable treatment in Texas with Zeke case. NOW PLAYING. Make-A-Wish: Gronk surprises young Patriots fan. NOW. Jason Brown, a former standout in the National Football League and at UNC-Chapel Hill, quit football because he wanted to feed the hungry. Last weekend, his faith came to fruition when he gave away 46, pounds of sweet potatoes. “You look over a sweet potato field and you don.