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Former Capitol High School star leaves UL-L football team

LAFAYETTE, La. -- Ragin' Cajuns football seniors Bradley Brown and Jalen Fields have left the program and intend to transfer to another school, head coach Mark Hudspeth announced today.

"I would like to thank both Bradley and Jalen for the contributions that they have made to the Ragin' Cajuns football program and we wish them well," Hudspeth said.  

Brown, a 5-10, 180-pound  wide receiver from Baton Rouge, La., caught 15 passes for 187 yards as a reserve in 2012.  He joined the program in 2011 after two seasons at Northwestern State and redshirted.  Brown played high school at Capitol and was a teammate of quarterback Terrance Broadway.

Fields, a 6-5, 280-pound senior defensive lineman from Dalton, Ga., played in eight games as a reserve on the defensive line in 2012, making nine tackles.  Prior to joining the Cajuns, Fields played for two years at Georgia Military Institute.

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