Troy Fitzgerald Brown played as a wide receiver and also as a cornerback for the New England Patriots. He was drafted by the team in 1993 from Marshall University in the 8th round of the 198th pick and is the second longest playing player in the team’s history. He was also elected in 2010 into the College Football Hall of Fame. Troy played his entire fifteen years of career with the Patriots team. Whilst with this team, he even earned three Super Bowl rings and retired as a franchise leader.
This wide receiver is also a cornerback who won the Pro Bowl in 2001 and won the Super Bowl champion thrice in (XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX). Other than that, he won the All-Iron award in 2002 and the New England Patriots 50th anniversary team in 2009.
Brown officially retired from professional football on 25th September, 2008. During his career in NFL he made 557 receptions, with receiving yards of 6,366 and 31 touchdowns.