Randy Brown (politician)

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Randy Brown
Mayor of Evesham Township
Assumed office
2007
Personal details
Born Randy Scott Brown
(1967-07-30) July 30, 1967 (age 51)
Evesham Township, New
Jersey
, U.S.
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Patricia Brown
Education Catawba College (BA)

Randy Scott Brown (born July 30, 1967) is an American politician who is the current Mayor of Evesham Township. Brown is also a National Football League kicking consultant for the Baltimore Ravens. Prior to consulting for the Baltimore Ravens, Brown served as a kicking coach for the Chicago Bears and the Philadelphia Eagles.

Brown and Ravens head coach John Harbaugh have been friends since the late 1990s. Since that time, Brown worked with Harbaugh for the Eagles in 2004 and 2005 and again, with the Ravens, beginning in 2008.[1] Brown has coached in three AFC Championship games. He has coached Pro Bowl kickers Justin Tucker, Billy Cundiff and David Akers, along with Pro Bowl punters Sam Koch and Todd Sauerbrun. Harbaugh has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, calling Brown the "foremost kicking coach in the country."[2]

Prior to the working in the NFL, Brown was a decorated All-State, All-County and All Conference football player at Cherokee High School before his college career at Catawba College in North Carolina. At Catawba College he was named Academic All-American and second team NAIA All-American as a place kicker. Brown was the all-time leading scorer in Catawba football history with 234 points and was the holder of 10 scoring and kicking records, many of which still stand. Brown graduated in 1989 with a degree in journalism. In 2009, Brown was inducted to Catawba’s hall of fame.[3]

Political career[edit]

Brown currently serves as mayor of Evesham Township, New Jersey.[4] Brown was elected in 2007, re-elected in 2010 and again in 2014.[5][6]

Brown was an executive board member with the New Jersey Conference of Mayors and serves on the executive board of the New Jersey League of Municipalities.


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