Patriot Pride
Patriot Pride

Patriot Pride

Brady, Belichick, and My Life in the New England Dynasty
By Troy Brown, By Chris Price


256 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Cloth

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

ISBN 9781600787607

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Oct 2012)

Not Yet Published. Estimated release date: October 2012
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The man who defined “The Patriot Way”
Spotlighting a New England sports icon, this autobiography 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 being given up on several times. His 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.

Author Biography

Troy Brown is a former professional football player for the New England Patriots, having played with them for 15 seasons as a wide receiver, defensive back, and punt returner. He retired from the NFL after the 2007 season and is now a commentator for Comcast SportsNet New England and a cohost of NFL Sunday on Boston’s Sports Radio 850 WEEI. Christopher Price is the author of The Blueprint: How the New England Patriots Beat the System to Create the Last Great NFL Superpower—which was named by Sports Illustrated as one of the top-five sports books of 2007—and New England Patriots: The Complete Illustrated History. He has contributed to the Boston Globe,,, and the Washington Post, having covered Boston sports for the last 15 years. They both live in Boston.