Stevie Brown aims for 2014 return

Posted Aug 30, 2013

The Giants lost Andre Brown to a fractured leg but a week before lost another Brown as Stevie Brown will look for a 2014 return

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Stevie Brown said no date has been set for his knee surgery. The safety tore his left ACL last week against the Jets and was placed on injured reserve.

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“I’m still trying to get my motion back and get all the swelling out,” Brown said in his first public comments since suffering the injury.

After a breakout 2012 season in which he intercepted eight passes, Brown is resigned to spending all of 2013 as a spectator.

“It’s very disappointing,” Brown said. “You work all summer getting ready for the season and just a freak accident like that to happen definitely (stinks).”

Brown will use Thomas as a role model in his recovery.

“I’ve talked to T2 a few times,” Brown said. “I was asking him about the different type of surgeries that he’s had and the different surgeons that he’s had. Just the whole recovery process. I know me and him are going to get together some time this weekend and talk a little bit more as well.”