Gilbert Brown is perhaps one of the most underrated players and doesn’t get the love he deserves. He was a run-stuffing specialist and an anchor to one of the best defenses in team history during the mid-to-late 1990s.
At 6-foot-2 and 340 pounds, he was a large man who often required multiple blockers to keep him from disrupting players. If opposing teams dared to try and run-block him with one guy, it often ended in disaster for them and glory for Brown.
He often found himself in the backfield simply because he couldn’t be moved out of the way. He clogged lanes and allowed his teammates to thrive off the subtracted attention. And who can forget his most famous move of all; The Gravedigger!