Everette Brown is an American football coach and former full-back and is currently assistant defender coach for the Carolina Panthers team of the National Football Federation. He played college football in the State of Florida and was initiated by the Carolina Panthers team in the second round of the NFL Draft in 2009. Brown has also played for the San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions, Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins.
|Position||Assistant linebackers coach|
|Date of birth||Aug 7, 1987|
|Place of birth||Greenville, North Carolina|
|High school||Stantonsburg (NC) Beddingfield|
|NFL Draft||2009 / Round: 2/ Pick: 43|
Carolina Panthers drafted him in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft. Before joining the Dallas Cowboys in 2013, he also played for the Chargers and Lions.
During his senior season at Beddingfield High School, he had 120 tackles and 16 sacks on his way to being ranked the #3 weakside defensive end in the USA.
During his college career at Florida State University, he was named to the First Team All-ACC and was named a Sporting News Freshman All-American.
Odell and Jenai Brown raised him in Stantonsburgh, North Carolina.
After defensive end Julius Peppers demanded a trade from the Carolina Panthers, he was drafted as a replacement.
Florida State Seminole Football Players. North Carolina American Football Players