Top 100 players in Arizona Cardinals franchise history: 80-71
#75 Lomas Brown
Brown had a very long career, which started in 1985. He came to the Cardinals in Arizona in 1996. He played just three seasons in the desert but had quite an impact while he was here.
He spent his first 11 seasons with the Detroit Lions. After being a consistent producing offensive lineman for the Lions, it was a bit surprising to see him land with the Cardinals.
However he made the Pro Bowl in that first season with the team. He started all 16 games in ’96, all 14 he played in 1997, and all 16 in 1998.
Pro Football Reference named him to the 1st team All-1990’s Team. Pro Football Weekly and United Press International named Brown to their All-Pro 1996 teams.
Though he only made one Pro Bowl in his short three-year stint with the Cardinals, he did finish with seven Pro Bowl seasons. He retired after the 2002 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.