The Canadian-born NFL players Sydney Brown & Chase Brown are twins. The football stars have a younger sister named Mya Brown, who is their dearest.
Both the Brown brothers were selected in the 2023 NFL draft, with touted prospects like Bryce Young, CJ Stroud, Devon Witherspoon & Anthony Richardson, to name a few.
Sydney Brown, an American-Canadian football player, is a safety for the Philadelphia Eagles. His twin brother Chase Brown, a Canadian-born, plays as a running back for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Before joining his brother, Chase, in Illinois in 2019 and fulfilling their childhood dream of playing together, Sydney was playing college football for Western Michigan.
Additionally, Brown attended London South Collegiate Institute in London, Ontario, before going to Saint Stephen’s Episcopal School in Bradenton, Florida, in 2016 with his twin brother, Chase Brown.
Moreover, Chase relocated from Canada to Florida in high school as a junior before attending Saint School for the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
Chase and Sydney Brown Sister: Who Is Mya Brown?
Chase and Sydney Brown’s mother, Raechel Brown, was just a teenager when she had twins. Raechel was a single mom who had to work and had a great deal of responsibility for her kids.
Chase and Sydney have a sister named Mya Brown.
Raechel became sick after her daughter was born, struggled, and became homeless.
At the time, Raechel was living with her father and brother until their demise.
After that, she relied on her mother and her stepfather, Alan McQuillan.
Chase and Sydney didn’t live with their father, Darren Isaac, who, for a short period of time, played in the Canadian Football League. Darren Isaac was absent for most of the twins’ childhood.
The Browns were struggling to live and had to float between living in a shelter and with Raechel.
Professional Career Of Twin Brown Brothers
During Sydney’s junior and senior seasons, he totaled 132 tackles and three interceptions. As for Chase, he set the record for rushing his school career.
Sydney was committed to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to participate in college football.
Additionally, Sydney Brown started 10 of 11 games, recording 88 tackles, three interceptions, and an interception returned for a touchdown.
As a freshman in Western Michigan, Chase played for the Western Michigan Broncos football team and also rushed for 352 yards on 71 carries, for an average of five yards per carry.
On November 14, 2020, Chase already had his 100-yard game against Rutgers, totaling 134 rushing yards. After one week, against Nebraska, he rushed for 115 yards and two touchdowns.
In addition, Chase Brown was named the Jon Cornish Trophy winner for the best Canadian player in NCAA football in 2022.
Not to mention, Chase was ranked 2 in the 2023 CFL Draft as a Canadian prospect.
During the pandemic lockdown in 2020, the twin brothers returned to Canada, stayed with their Nan, and changed the garage into a gym.