We are thrilled to confirm 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, Tim Brownwill receive the Inaugural Greater Houston Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Award on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at The Houstonian Hotel.
Tim Brown will join a distinguished group of individuals who have reached unparalleled athletic success and whose lives reflect the highest level of moral character and integrity. Our past honorees include, Football Hall of Fame Coach, Tom Landry; Houston Texans Owner, Robert McNair; Olympic Gold Medalist, Mary Lou Retton; Chick-fil-A Founder, Truett Cathy; one of Major League Baseball’s most successful pitchers, Andy Pettitte; former Houston Astros Owners, Drayton and Elizabeth McLane; the winningest Coach in Florida State football, Bobby Bowden; the winningest Coach in Baylor football, Grant Teaff; Astros great, Lance Berkman and most recently, All American and University of Houston Football legend Coach Bill Yeoman.
Former NFL wide receiver Tim Brown is a 2015 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee who was selected 9 times to play in the Pro Bowl. Tim played college football at Notre Dame and became the first wide receiver to win the prestigious Heisman Trophy. He spent 16 years with the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders, during which time he established himself as one of the NFL's most prolific wide receivers. Tim's success with the Raiders organization earned him the nickname Mr. Raider. Tim also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He has been an active supporter of FCA for many years and serves on the Leadership Advisory Board for the Dallas Area FCA. We know you will enjoy his solid Christian testimony and hearing how his faith and FCA propelled his athletic career. Join us as we honor him with the Greater Houston Fellowship of Christian Athletes Victory Award.