Last week, Troy Brown made the news cycle when it was announced that he would be attending the NFL's "Broadcast Bootcamp." Brown apparently did a solid job, because along with former Packers tackle Mark Tauscher, Brown has won a one-game television gig with the NFL. Josh Alper of ProFootballTalk.com writes:
Troy Brown played wide receiver and defensive back during his long career with the Patriots and he's adding another position to the list in retirement.
Brown will be a studio analyst for one game as a result of his strong work at the NFL Broadcast Boot Camp in New Jersey this week. Brown was one of 23 current and former players accepted into the six-year-old program designed to help players move into broadcasting when they are done playing. Former Packers tackle Mark Tauscher won the same one-game gig at the end of the four-day camp.
This is awesome news for Troy. Unfortunately, his television spot will only be available overseas, in the United Kingdom. Hopefully, he does a great job that can lead to something for him with the NFL in the states. For now, I wish Troy nothing but the best of luck!