11:00 AM ET 05.06 | The last time Les Brown caught a touchdown pass, he was a lanky all-state wide receiver in Salt Lake City. After high school, Brown played basketball for three years at Utah's Westminster College before he became buried by paperwork for two years as an accountant in a private equity firm. His memories of playing football faded. Then, a little more than a week ago, the 24-year-old Brown, after months of intensive training and an eye-opening performance at Brigham Young's pro day, found himself as perhaps the unlikeliest of the 64 players on the field as the Miami Dolphins opened voluntary workouts. Brown has been out of football so long that his return does not really classify as a comeback; surely no one at the professional level had heard of him before March 29. On that day, Brown ran the 40-yard dash in 4.43 seconds and recorded a 39-inch vertical leap to draw the interest of a half-dozen teams, including the Super Bowl champion Giants.