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About Tom Brown

Tom Brown was a first-team All-American in baseball and an All-Atlantic Coast Conference star in football at the University of Maryland. He played Major League Baseball for the Washington Senators and became a starting defensive back on the greatest Green Bay Packers teams under Vince Lombardi.

Tom Brown is the first man to play Major League Baseball and participate in two NFL Super bowls.



In 1966 Tom Brown clutched an interception of Dallas Cowboy's Don Meridith's desperation pass with seconds remaining, Guaranteeing Green Bay a spot in the 1st Super Bowl.



Tom and his daughter, now grown up, look on in one of Tom's favorite photos. His daughter, Jesse, played Basketball for 4 years for UMBC where she set 3 records and has graduated with a degree in Psychology.
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