Troy Brown Calls It A Career

Troy Brown and family
After 15 seasons with the New England Patriots, wide receiver Troy Brown announced his retirement, according to the Associated Press; Brown made the announcement at a new conference on Thursday, which was also attended by team owner Robert Kraft and head coach Bill Belichick.

Brown spent his entire 15-year career with the Patriots, having been drafted by the team in the eighth round out of Marshall University in 1993. His 557 receptions are first in franchise history and his 6,366 receiving yards are second only to WR Stanley Morgan 10,352. Brown played in one Pro Bowl (after the 2001 season); later during his career, he also played defensive back.

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