An autobiography of one of the greatest players in New England Patriots history Spotlighting a New England sports icon, this autobiography chronicles the extraordinary life and career of Troy Brown, the talented athlete who played 15 seasons with the New England Patriots. Brown demonstrates how his grit, hustle, and hard work endeared him to a generation of football fans. Brown's past is explored, relating how he made it through college and into the pros despite being given up on several times. His years with the Patriots are documented in detail, covering what it was like to play for Coach Belichick, why Tom Brady has been so successful, and the secrets behind his three Super Bowl wins. Traveling from his younger years in South Carolina through his college career in West Virginia and to the pinnacle of the NFL, this inspirational, rags-to-riches sports memoir will entertain, inform, and inspire football fans of all stripes, especially the hundreds of thousands of fans who support the Patriots one of the most successful franchises in the league.
Troy Brown played for the New England Patriots for 15 seasons as a wide receiver, defensive back, and punt returner. He retired from the NFL after the 2007 season. He currently works for Comcast SportsNet New England and serves as co-host of NFL Sunday on Sportsradio 850 WEEI. He lives in Huntington, West Virginia. Mike Reiss is a reporter and analyst for ESPNBoston.com who has covered the Patriots since 1997. He lives in Westwood, Massachusetts.