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Here is your answer as Antonio Brown admits: - Santana Moss is faster. Hey, I'm not just a pretty face. :laugh:

Q: What was your time in the 60-meter dash at the Big East championships and what was Santana Moss' time? -Steven Kann (Scottsdale, AZ)

AB: I think it was 6.6 or 6.7. Moss won by eight tenths of a second. It was a photo finish.

Santana Moss sets the 60 meter dash record at 6.77 in 2000 and then Antonio Brown runs a 6.88 in 2001 to finish 4th.




Men's 60 Meter DASH

Meet: 6.77 SANTANA MOSS, MIAMI 2000 - Set 60 meter dash record

Preliminaries - Results - Saturday 02/17/2001


1 Buchanon, Philip FR Miami, University 6.85

2 Marsh, Laban JR Connecticut, University 6.87

3 Ordway, Jonathan SR Boston College 6.92

4 Brown, Antonio JR West Virginia University 6.88 <<<<

5 Davey, Travis SR Notre Dame, University 6.94

6 MaGahee, Willis FR Miami, University of 6.94

7 Patterson, Maurice SR Pittsburgh, University of 6.97

8 Rego, Cooper JR West Virginia University 6.97

9 Charles, Chris FR Connecticut, University 6.99

10 Bedoya, Carlos FR Villanova University 7.03

10 Jones, Andrew JR Pittsburgh, University 7.03

12 Jones, Daryl SR Miami, University 7.05

13 Hester, Charlz SO Seton Hall University 7.07

14 Regis, Marvin SO Seton Hall University 7.10

15 Jenkins, Jevon FR Virginia Tech 7.12

16 McCoy, Darryl JR Virginia Tech 7.16

17 Byrd, Brandon JR Pittsburgh, University of 7.18

18 Williams, Turhan JR Rutgers University 7.20

19 Howard, Brandon SO West Virginia University 7.31

20 Johnson, Andre SO Miami, University of 7.68

Santana Moss:

Set both season and career school and Big East records as he returned four punts for touchdowns in 2000 and six total for his career. His six scores rank second on the NCAA Division 1-A career-record list. He averaged 18.2 yards per punt return in 2000.

He is a two-sport star who originally came to Miami on a track scholarship. He has earned Big East honors on the Hurricane track teams as a sprinter on both indoor and outdoor teams. He set a conference record for the indoor 60 meters with a 6.77 time that earned him Most Outstanding Track Athlete honors.

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Antonio Brown: Teflon Hands when he senses a big hit is coming. Not the type of trait I prefer in a special teams return guy.

Hey I'm just going to warn you now. Your signature violates the size limit here on the boards.

Just lookin out so you don't get a ban..:)

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wow, yeah forgot about that.. I remember him being sent over there(nfl europe).. but have no clue which team it is.

Brown was allocated to NFL Europe, but according to this article, he will not be playing. Bummer, was hoping to see him getting some playing time... My guess is he wont be around this next year...



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yea i think brown is faster but he has no hands no route runnin imagine if antonio brown had hands he would be another good reciever 4 us ....2 bad though does anyone know if hes at nfl europe cause we should have at least sent him there 2 see if he can get any betta

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Antonio Brown runs a 4.18 40. I'm not sure what Moss's 40 time is, but it isn't 4.18. However, Moss has 1 important element that Brown doesn't. He catches the ball.


Maybe Brown will end up somewhere else in the NFC East. I'll applaud him for dropped punts.

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