Troy plays football for the New England Patriots of the NFL. He has 3 Super Bowl Championships during his career.
Troy has scored 31 touchdowns in his career including a career-high 6 in 1997.
Troy is 5'10" and weighs 196 pounds.
Troy has the Patriot's record for pass receptions with 557 and is second all-time with 6,366 receiving yards.
In 2000, Troy was named the Patriot's Miller Lite Player of the Year.
In 2001, Troy set a New England Patriot record with 101 pass receptions.
Troy lettered in football and track at Blackville-Hilda High School in Blackville, South Carolina.
Troy and his wife, Kimberly, have two sons, Sir'mon and SaanJay.
Troy has played 14 seasons for the Patriots, third longest in franchise history.
Troy majored in computer science at Marshall University.
In 2006, Troy held the first-ever Troy Brown Football Camp.
Troy won the New England Patriots Ron Burton Community Service Award in 2004.
Troy wants to coach football when his playing career is over.
Troy is the only New England Patriot player to have a reception and an interception in the same game.
Troy was an 8th round draft pick in 1993 the 198th overall.
Troy played his college football at Marshall University.
As of 2007, Troy holds the NCAA career kickoff return average record of 29.69 yards per return.
Troy: I still don't know what happened. He apologized to me. I told him that the ball boy was standing right next to him, and I usually toss the ball to the ball boy after I get up off the ground. It's what I've done my whole career. Later on at the end of the first quarter, he apologized to me. He said, 'if I made a mistake, then I apologize,' and I said, 'You did.' (On a taunting penalty after breaking the Patriot's reception record.)
Troy: It doesn't feel very good right now. We lost the game so that's really the only thing on my mind right now. I'm going to go home and think about that for the rest of the night, and try to get myself ready to go for next week against the Jets. (On breaking the Patriot's receiving record.)
Troy: My family has a very strong and special connection with Huntington and Marshall University. When Kim and I chose to raise our children in Huntington they enrolled at the Child Development Academy at Marshall University and the academy became a major positive force in their early development.
Troy: I'm planning on giving it another run-around. You never know what's going to happen. Some of it's in my court, and some of it's in their court.