Orlando Brown Jr, offensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs, in his introduction ahead of the playoff game against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL on Saturday said that he is from the Easy Money University. 

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Several fans immediately reacted to the Kansas star’s introduction. 

“where is easy money university please tell,” one Twitter user said. 

“Did he really say Easy Money University. what school is that?!!! Gonna sign up now,” another one added. 

“Can I go to easy money university? Sounds like a great place,” a third one tweeted. 

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Which school did Brown Jr. attend? 

Brown Jr. played high school football at Peachtree Ridge High School in Suwanee, Georgia. He was a three-star prospect. Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Alabama, and Auburn all extended scholarship offers to him. Brown first pledged his allegiance to Tennessee but later switched to Oklahoma.

2014 saw Brown redshirt his first year at Oklahoma. He was selected as the starting left tackle in 2015. Brown made the decision to forgo his senior year and declare for the 2018 NFL Draft on January 3, 2018.

Orlando Brown’s NFL career

Brown was chosen by the Baltimore Ravens in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft (83rd overall). Analysts saw Brown, who was selected as the ninth offensive tackle overall in 2018, as one of the biggest draught steals.

On April 23, 2021, Brown was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for the Chiefs’ first-round pick (31st overall) in the 2021 NFL Draft, their third-round pick (94th overall), their fourth-round pick (136th overall), and their fifth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Brown also received a second-round pick (58th overall) in the 2021 NFL Draft and a sixth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.

Plus, in his debut season with the Chiefs, he was given a Pro Bown start by coach Andy Reid.