Trent and his family teamed with ConocoPhillips to help build a new Ronald McDonald House in Kansas City, which opened on February 14, 2006.
Trent's height is 6-3 feet and his weight is 217 pounds.
Trent Green's wife is named Julie Green.
On Jun. 05, 2007 Trent Green was trade from the Kansas City Chiefs to the Miami Dolphins for a fifth-round draft. The fifth-round draft may be moved up to a fourth-round pick if Green plays 70 percent or more of the offensive snaps.
Trent played for the Kansas City Chiefs from 2001-2006.
Trent earned a Business degree at Indiana.
In 2002 Trent served as spokesperson for the Special Olympics Car Raffle with Grant Wistrom.
In 2003 Trent gave Wizards soccer tickets to military families from Whiteman Air Force Base.
Trent frequently hosts potluck dinners at the Ronald McDonald House for families staying there.
Trent Green threw for 1,342 yards, 7 touchdowns, and 9 interceptions in the 2006 season with the Chiefs.
In 2003 Trent was shown on the Midwest Dairy Council's growth poster, promoting a healthy diet.
Trent prepped at St. John Vianney High School in Kirkwood, Missouri right outside of St. Louis, where he was a 3-time all-conference and all-district choice in football.
In 1999 Trent established the "Trent Green Family Foundation" to help organizations such as Ronald McDonald House, Kansas City's Children's Mercy Hospital, St. Louis Children's Hospital and ReStart.
In 2002 Trent served as the keynote speaker at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame luncheon.
Trent and his family delivered Christmas gifts to patients at KU Medical Center over the holidays.
Trent Green threw for 4,014 yards, 17 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions in the 2005 season with the Chiefs.
Trent once appeared on Wheel of Fortune's NFL Week and won over $30,000 for his foundation in 2003.
Trent served as an in-studio analyst for ESPN's coverage of the NFL Draft in 2005 and 2006.
Trent got to kick off the Special Olympics Torch Run in Kansas City.
Trent has played in the American Century Golf Championships in Lake Tahoe, Nevada three times in a row from 2004-2006.
Trent has been named one of the "Top 100 Good Guys" twice, once in 2003 and once in 2005, in sports by The Sporting News.
Trent was once honored with a Special Achievement Award for Professional Athletics by the Kansas City Sports Commission in June 2005.
Although Trent was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, he spent the majority of his youth in the St. Louis area.
Trent Green threw for 4,591 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 17 interceptions in the 2004 season despite Priest Holme's injury.
Trent Green threw for 4,039 yards, 24 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions in the 2003 season with the Chiefs.
Trent Green is one of the only quarterbacks in history to pass for more than 4,000 yards in three or more seasons during their careers.
Trent Green threw for 3,783 yards, 17 touchdowns, and 24 interceptions in his first season with Kansas City
Trent has started 80 consecutive games, in his five years of play with them, a Chiefs QB record.
Trent played for the St. Louis Rams from 1999-2000.
Trent played for the Washington Redskins from 1997-1998.
Trent threw for 3,441 yards, 23 touchdowns, and 11 interceptions, the year he first started as a quaterback.
Trent became an NFL starter in 1998 with the Washington Redskins.
Trent was cut by the British Columbia Lions of the Canadian Football League in 1994.
Trent was drafted as the twenty sixth pick in the eighth round and 222nd overall by the San Diego Chargers in 1993.
Trent attended Indiana University.