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Patriot Pride
Patriot Pride

Patriot Pride

My Life in the New England Dynasty
By Troy Brown, By Mike Reiss

SPORTS & RECREATION

288 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Cloth, EPUB, Mobipocket, PDF

Cloth, $25.95 (US $25.95) (CA $28.95)

ISBN 9781629371146

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Oct 2015)

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Mar
04
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Portland, ME
6:30pm
Mar
03
Troy Brown - "Patriot Pride" ›
Newton Highlands, MA
6:30pm
Feb
24
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Warwick, RI
7:00pm
Jan
26
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Hingham, MA
7:00pm
Jan
25
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Acton, MA
6:00pm
Dec
19
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Saugus, MA
2:00pm
Dec
18
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Foxboro, MA
6:00pm
Dec
11
Troy Brown - "Patriot Pride" ›
Barboursville, WV
7:00pm
Dec
10
Troy Brown - "Patriot Pride" ›
Huntington, WV
12:00pm
Dec
01
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Burlington, MA
7:00pm
Nov
17
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Foxboro, MA
6:00pm
Nov
16
Troy Brown and Mike Reiss - "Patriot Pride" ›
Plainville, MA
7:00pm

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Patriot Pride:

My Life in the New England Dynasty

By Troy Brown & Mike Reiss

 

Contact: Bill Ames, Triumph Books, 312.676.4256, b.ames@triumphbooks.com

 

Spotlighting a New England sports icon, Patriot Pride: My Life in the New England Dynasty chronicles the extraordinary life and career of Troy Brown, the talented athlete who played 15 seasons with the New England Patriots. In his own words, Brown demonstrates how his grit, hustle, and hard work endeared him to a generation of football fans. The player explores his own past, relating how he made it through college and into the pros despite people giving up on him several times. Brown’s years with the Patriots are documented in detail, covering what it was like to play for Coach Belichick, why Tom Brady has been so successful, and the secrets behind the Patriots’ three Super Bowl wins.

 

Traveling from his younger years in South Carolina through his college career in West Virginia and to the pinnacle of the NFL, this inspirational, rags-to-riches sports memoir will entertain, inform, and inspire football fans of all stripes, especially the hundreds of thousands of fans who support the Patriots—one of the most successful franchises in the league. Highlights include:

 

  • A reflection on Brown’s historic career at Marshall University that included winning an NCAA National Championship as well as setting the NCAA records for kickoff return average and kickoff return touchdowns, both of which still stand.
  • A look back at Brown’s 2001 Pro Bowl season that culminated in the first of many Patriots’ Super Bowl wins, as well as his perspective on the Patriots’ near-perfect 2007 season
  • An inside look at how Brown temporarily but successfully converted to defensive back in an emergency role for the well-being of the Patriots team in 2004
  • How Brown coped with walking away from the game he loves after fifteen years and what he has accomplished in his life after football

 

Troy Brown retired as a three-time Super Bowl champion, New England’s all-time leader in receptions, and a fan favorite among Patriots fans due to his relentless dedication to the franchise and his numerous critical moments in playoff games. Patriot Pride: My Life in the New England Dynasty is the ultimate look back and celebration of the career of one of the greatest players of the New England Patriots’ dynasty during the 21st century.

 

 

About the Authors:

Troy Brown played for the New England Patriots for 15 seasons as a wide receiver, defensive back, and punt returner. He retired from the NFL after the 2007 season. A graduate of Marshall University, Brown currently works for Comcast SportsNet New England and serves as co-host of NFL Sunday on Sportsradio 850 WEEI.

 

Mike Reiss has covered the Patriots since 1997. He is a reporter and analyst for ESPNBoston.com. Mike is a lifelong New Englander and lives with his family in suburban Boston.

 

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