Duane Brown is preparing for his 14th season, with 195 career starts (186 regular season + 9 playoff) under his belt. He’ll be 36-years old during Seattle’s Week 1 matchup against the Colts. One might assume that a player this far into their career would barely be hanging on, or at least showing obvious signs of decline. But Brown is coming off of a season where he played 98% of Seattle’s snaps, with borderline dominant film. If not for the NFC West having one of the greatest ironmen of all-time in Rams LT Andrew Whitworth — who’s still playing at a high level at 39-years old, even while starting only 9 games in 2020 — more people would probably recognize what Brown is doing.