Tim Brown won the college football Heisman Trophy in 1987 while playing wide receiver for the University of Notre Dame. The former two-time All-American collegiate athlete earned the moniker “Touchdown Timmy” while amassing a school record 5,024 all-purpose yards and 22 touchdowns. As a professional football player, Tim became one of the most prolific wide receivers in NFL history. Tim earned the nickname “Mr. Raider” while playing 16 of his 17 NFL seasons for the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, where he holds a plethora of Raider records, including: receiving touchdowns (99), receiving yards (14,734), and receptions (1070). Tim is in the top ten of many career totals for NFL receiving: 5th in career receptions (1094), 6th in career receiving yards (14,934), 7th in career receiving touchdowns (100), and 5th in career all-purpose yards (19,679).
Tim Brown’s legendary career as an NFL wide receiver is surpassed only by his career as a role model and charitable leader. As the International Chairmen of Athletes and Entertainers for Kids, Tim has helped reach over 5 million youths in the numerous charity programs he supports. Every year, Tim hosts the Tim Brown Mentor Mini-Camp where underprivileged boys spend a day with professional football players having fun and learning valuable life lessons.
Ed "Too Tall" Jones