Each football player has a specific role in the game organization, but the left tackle has a huge responsibility – protecting the quarterback’s blind side.
But, experts rushed with the conclusions after Trent Brown was listed on the Pats roster. He’s 6-foot-8 and 380 pounds which makes him the biggest player in the National Football League. However, this makes him a nice option for Brady’s blind side protection.
Brown is much more than this. He may be too big for someone’s criteria, but he sure has a lot to offer. And let’s not forget the fact that he has a big heart, too.
“He does, and it’s almost to his detriment. I have to remind him often times that he can’t save people who don’t want to be saved. I tell him, ‘You have to be careful of people taking advantage of you.’ He’s a sweetheart,” said Tiffany Brown. She and her husband Reginald raised the NFL player.
You won’t hear this coming out of Brown’s mouth. But, he has a special place in his heart for Tiffany and Reginald. They played a huge role in his life.
“I was, for sure, over-blessed before I even opened my eyes on this earth. God, for sure, blessed me with two angels as parents. I really, really, really don’t feel like there’s anything I can do to repay them, but I’m for sure going to try to give back those blessings that they’ve done for me,” the 25-year-old player said of his parents.
Tiffany and Reginald never thought that Brown would become a professional football player. Not in their wildest dreams.
Brown ended up playing with the New England Patriots in March 2018. He was the team’s top left tackle since the very first moment he arrived at the field.
“God blessed me with size and ability. If I didn’t have it, I wouldn’t be here. I look at everything as a blessing. God doesn’t make any mistakes,” Brown said.
And yes, all Pats, including Bill Belichick, are proud of him.