Phil Loadholt praises the strength of Colorado Football OL Tyler Brown

Phil Loadholt, the new offensive line coach for Colorado football, has been surrounded by many great people during his college, NFL and coaching careers, but none can match the strength of Tyler Brown, as Loadholt recently revealed.

Speaking to Uncle Neely of the Pregame Show, Loadholt called Brown the strongest player he’s ever seen at any level. That’s high praise for someone who started 89 games in his career as right tackle for the Minnesota Vikings.

Brown transferred from Jackson State to Colorado before last season, but was not immediately eligible by the NCAA due to his dual transfer status. The NCAA’s decision drew widespread criticism, as many felt Brown’s exemption should have been approved due to his documented mental health issues.

Fortunately, the 1.90 m tall and 140 kg offensive guard is allowed to return for the 2024 season.

Here is the full clip of Uncle Neely talking about his interaction with Loadholt on the DNVR Buffs Podcast:

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