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Morocco Brown
Director of Pro Personnel

Morocco Brown enters his sixth season in 2013 as Director of Pro Personnel after being hired from the Chicago Bears on May 20, 2008.

He is responsible for coordinating the advance scouting of Redskins opponents, participating in all Draft meetings, and the evaluation of all professional leagues for potential free agents and trade prospects.

Morocco Brown enters his sixth season in 2013 as Director of Pro Personnel after being hired from the Chicago Bears on May 20, 2008.

He is responsible for coordinating the advance scouting of Redskins opponents, participating in all Draft meetings, and the evaluation of all professional leagues for potential free agents and trade prospects.

Brown has been responsible for adding a number of free agents that have contributed significantly during the tenure of Head Coach Mike Shanahan. In an aggressive start to the 2012 free agency period, Brown was instrumental in the signing of receivers, Pierre Garçon and Joshua Morgan.

During an abbreviated free agency period during the 2011 offseason, Brown was instrumental in the Redskins signing defensive end Stephen Bowen, nose tackle Barry Cofield and cornerback Josh Wilson, all of whom helped the Redskins jump from the 31st-ranked total defense in the NFL in 2010 to the 13th-ranked total defense in 2011.

Bowen posted six sacks in 2011, more than the 5.5 sacks he registered in his first five NFL seasons.

In Cofield, Brown identified a nose tackle that Redskins coaches have labeled among the brightest in the game. Cofield led all NFL defensive tackles in 2011 with eight pass breakups (eight), according to NFL GSIS.

Wilson started at cornerback in all of the Redskins’ 16 games in 2011, helping the unit improve from 31st to 12th in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game.

Brown also assisted in the acquisitions of fullback Darrel Young, nose tackle Chris Baker, long snapper Nick Sundberg and kicker Kai Forbath. In his time in Washington,

Young transitioned from his college position of linebacker into one of the NFL’s most dynamic fullbacks.

Forbath joined the Redskins in 2012 and broke the NFL record for consecutive field goals made to open a career, converting on his first 17 attempts.

Prior to re-joining the Redskins, Brown spent the previous seven seasons as Assistant Director of Pro Personnel with Chicago (2001-07). He directed the scouting of upcoming AFC opponents and the Arena Football League for the Bears.

During his tenure in Chicago, the Bears captured the 2006 NFC Championship and made the club’s first Super Bowl appearance since 1985.

Brown spent the 2000 season and 2001 offseason as an assistant scout with Washington. Brown prepared weekly scouting reports, evaluated NFL prospects and managed free agent and draft prospect visits.

Brown originally entered the NFL as a scouting intern with the Indianapolis Colts in the spring of 2000.

He is a 1999 graduate of North Carolina State University, where he lettered in football for four years and served as team captain his senior season.

He led the Wolfpack in tackles for three straight seasons and was twice named honorable mention All-ACC. He earned a bachelor’s degree in parks, recreation and tourism with a concentration in program/sports management.

A native of Hampton, Va., Brown attended Kecoughtan High School. Brown’s brother, Milan, is the head men’s basketball coach at Holy Cross. Brown and his wife, Kendra, have two sons, Macari and Macaiden, and a daughter, Makailyn. The family resides in Ashburn, Va.