The Warrior Beat

Brown to Rams; Paredes, Meatoga, Masch get NFL deals

April 28th, 2012


Former Warrior linebacker Aaron Brown was selected in the seventh round by the St. Louis Rams.

Brown said he was driving to a friend's house when he received The Call.

He said he will compete at weak-side linebacker.

Brown said the rookie camp is in two weeks.

He said he used to follow the Rams because of  running back Marshall Faulk. Brown used to be a running back.

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Corey Paredes said he has reached a free-agent deal with the Minnesota Vikings. He said he will be used as a middle linebacker. He said he has not been told yet when he will report to rookie camp.


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Vaughn Meatoga has reached a free-agent deal with the Washington Redskins. He will be a nose tackle.

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Zach Masch has reached an agreement with the Seattle Seahawks. He will compete at defensive end and defensive tackle.

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The Warrior Bowl is significant in measuring how players perform "when the lights go on," head coach Norm Chow.

A greater emphasis will be placed on the 14 practices. Key players — Billy Ray Stutzmann, Paipai Falemalu, Leroy Lutu — did not play in the Warrior Bowl. What's more, the Warriors only used the basic offensive and defensive schemes to shield several plays from future opponents who might have been scouting the game.

And like some of those Disney DVDs, the Warriors are going into the vault. Training camp , which opens in early August, is expected to be closed to the public.

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