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Troy Brown Agent

Category:

Football

Title:

Retired Wide Receiver, New England Patriots

Travels From:

Massachusetts

Fee Range:

$5,001 - $10,000

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Troy Brown Booking Agency Profile

Call PFP Sports Talent Agency at 1.800.966.1380 if you would like to contact a Troy Brown booking agent for a speaking engagement, personal appearance, product endorsement or corporate event. Football great, Troy Brown, was born on July 2, 1971 in Barnwell, South Carolina. Brown is a former NFL wide receiver who was drafted by the New England Patriots in the eighth round of the 1993 NFL Draft. He played college football at Marshall.

Brown played his entire 15-year career with the Patriots. He earned three Super Bowl rings with the team and retired as the franchise leader in career receptions.

Troy Brown was drafted by the Patriots out of Marshall in the 8th round of the 1993 NFL Draft (198th overall). He was waived as a final cut in the 1994 preseason but was resigned on October 19. In 1997, he recorded 41 catches for 607 yards and 6 touchdowns despite being behind both Terry Glenn and Shawn Jefferson on the depth chart at receiver as well as competing with Ben Coates and Vincent Brisby for catches. In 1998, he resumed his duties as a punt returner.

His first year as a starter was 2000 with 83 catches for 944 yards and 4 touchdowns. In 2001 he, alongside Tom Brady, led the Patriots to their first ever Super Bowl championship, recording 101 catches during the season for 1199 yards and 5 touchdowns, setting the franchise record for receptions and earning his first trip to a Pro Bowl. He also returned 29 punts for 413 yards and 2 touchdowns, giving him a league leading 14.2 yards per return average. During the AFC Championship Game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the playoffs that season, Brown returned a crucial punt for a touchdown which provided the winning margin, adding to the two he returned for touchdowns during the regular season. In 2002, he recorded 97 receptions for 890 yards and 3 touchdowns. In 2003, he had 40 catches for 472 yards, helping his team back to Super Bowl XXXVIII.

In 2004, he had only 17 receptions, but contributed in what was originally an emergency role on defense, ranking second on the team in interceptions with three. He was topped in this category only by Eugene Wilson. Further demonstrating his versatility, during the 2006 preseason he lined up as an emergency quarterback; when questioned as to why Brown had appeared there, the head coach of the Patriots, Bill Belichick, joked that he had lined Brown up there "to develop his legend".

Brown was released by the Patriots on March 1, 2005 for salary cap reasons, but he signed a new contract with them on May 23. He signed despite a better financial deal from the New Orleans Saints. In the 2005 season, he recorded 39 receptions for 466 yards.

On July 17, 2007, Brown reached an agreement with the New England Patriots for a 15th season, making him the second longest-playing Patriot behind Steve Grogan. On July 28, he was placed on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list,[9but was activated on November 27.

In addition to playing offense and defense with success, Brown is the Patriots' all-time leading punt returner with 252 returns for 2,625 yards and 3 touchdowns. He is first all-time in Patriots history in receptions (557) and second all-time in receiving yards (6,366). Troy Brown was also listed as the fourth string quarterback for the 2006 season, behind Brady, Matt Cassel, and Vinny Testaverde.

One of Troy Brown's greatest postseason games, while maybe not his flashiest, came in the AFC Divisional Playoff game, when the Patriots met the favored San Diego Chargers. With 5 minutes left in the game, the Patriots were down 21-13 and facing 4th and 5. Tom Brady, known for his playoff poise, uncharacteristically threw his third interception to the Chargers' Marlon McCree. Troy Brown, making what teammate Tedy Bruschi described as a "quick mental switch" from offensive to defensive player, instinctively ripped the ball out of McCree's grasp. The fumble was subsequently recovered by the Patriots Reche Caldwell, giving them a fresh set of downs. New England went on to tie the score with a touchdown and a two point conversion, and then won the game on a 31-yard field goal. Brown also caught 5 passes for 39 yards in the game.

On March 13, 2008 the Boston Globe reported that the Patriots would not offer him a contract for the 2008 season. On September 25, 2008, Brown made an official retirement announcement from professional football with Patriots owner Robert Kraft and head coach Bill Belichick. He departed football as the all-time leader for the New England Patriots in receptions with 557.

Brown currently resides in Huntington, West Virginia, where a portion of West Virginia Route 10 was designated Troy Brown Way.

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