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Brown was home schooled until his senior year when he attended Phoenix South Mountain High School, part of the Phoenix Union School District. He participated in athletics at South Mountain for three years, even when he was home schooled. He played three seasons with the Jaguars in three different sports – football, basketball and track – but excelled in football.

Brown was home schooled until his senior year when he attended Phoenix South Mountain High School, part of the Phoenix Union School District. He participated in athletics at South Mountain for three years, even when he was home schooled. He played three seasons with the Jaguars in three different sports – football, basketball and track – but excelled in football.

Brown was home schooled until his senior year when he attended Phoenix South Mountain High School, part of the Phoenix Union School District. He participated in athletics at South Mountain for three years, even when he was home schooled. He played three seasons with the Jaguars in three different sports – football, basketball and track – but excelled in football.

The group of players suing the league, including star quarterbacks Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Drew Brees, have said the lockout is inflicting irreparable harm on their brief playing careers by preventing them from working out at team headquarters, holding full practices with teammates and coaches and jeopardizing games. Nelson agreed and issued the injunction.

But the NFL said Monday that the judge “failed entirely to consider the serious, immediate and irreparable harm the injunction posed to the NFL” and “vastly overstated both the harm to the (players) and the nature of that harm.”

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