Tim Brown is one of the greatest wide receivers to ever play in the National Football League. As Notre Dame's Heisman Trophy winner in 1987, the first wide receiver to ever win the award, Brown was selected sixth overall by the Los Angeles Raiders in the 1988 NFL Draft. He would go on to play sixteen seasons for the Raiders, earning nine Pro Bowl selections and setting numerous team and league records. Since the end of his playing career, Brown has gone on to serve as a television analyst for Fox Sports, NBC and Sirius XM Satellite radio. Read More >
He has devoted his time and efforts to numerous charitable causes including the 9-1-1 For Kids, the President's Physical Fitness Council and various Christian-based organizations like Urban Faith in Chicago. Currently, Brown is a college football analyst for ESPN, as well as a co-host on a Dallas CBS affiliate. He continues to be involved in business and charity ventures.
Brown left the game as a Los Angeles and Oakland Raiders legend and one of the most respected men in sports. Now "Mr. Raider" shares his amazing journey, the triumphs, the heartbreaks, the struggles with women, Al Davis and God as well as the principles and priorities that made him the man he is today through his speeches and with his 2014 book The Making of a Man. Read Less ^