For Washington's Zach Brown, A Productive Season Despite Nagging Oblique Injury

Zach Brown, a North Carolina Tar Heel alum, led the NFL with 149 tackles in 2016, 97 of which were solo. This years’ season was an unusual one for Brown, as he dealt with a nagging oblique injury. However, he wasn’t going to let that stop him from playing each and every week. Pro Football Focus graded him the best defender on the team. “I didn’t want to let my guys down." (Washington Redskins)

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