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Brad Brown
Head Athletic Trainer

Biography

Brad Brown enters his 28th season as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Titans in 2014. Brown joined the Oilers in 1987 after spending two seasons as assistant athletic trainer for the Denver Broncos.

Following the 2000 season, Brown and his staff were awarded NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year honors by Ed Block Foundation and the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society. He followed that honor in 2001 by being named the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association's Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year. In October 2002, Brown returned to his alma mater at Fort Hays (Kan.) State University as a recipient of the FHSU Alumni Association Achievement and Distinguished Service Award. In January 2009 he was awarded the Joe Worden Clinic/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society. In October 2010, Brown was inducted into the Fort Hays State University Tiger Sports Hall of Fame.

Prior to his appointment in Denver, Brown was the head athletic trainer at Fort Hays State University (Kan.) from 1978-85, while also serving as an instructor in the school's Health and Physical Education Department. He had been a graduate assistant for the Tigers from 1977-78 after working as a student athletic trainer there from 1974-77. In addition, Brown was employed as a student athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs during their 1975-76 training camps.

A native of Norton, Kan. (6/1/55), Brown is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society.

In 2000, Brown received his 25 years of service pin from the National Athletic Trainers Association. He also is a member of the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society, where he served on the board as secretary for eight years. He holds both a B.S. and master's degree from Fort Hays and enjoys golfing and boating.

Brad and his wife, Kristi, have two married sons, Kyle and Joel, and are the proud grandparents of one granddaughter.

Brad Brown enters his 28th season as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Titans in 2014. Brown joined the Oilers in 1987 after spending two seasons as assistant athletic trainer for the Denver Broncos.

Following the 2000 season, Brown and his staff were awarded NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year honors by Ed Block Foundation and the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society. He followed that honor in 2001 by being named the Southeast Athletic Trainers Association's Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year. In October 2002, Brown returned to his alma mater at Fort Hays (Kan.) State University as a recipient of the FHSU Alumni Association Achievement and Distinguished Service Award. In January 2009 he was awarded the Joe Worden Clinic/Professional Athletic Trainer of the Year by the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society. In October 2010, Brown was inducted into the Fort Hays State University Tiger Sports Hall of Fame.

Prior to his appointment in Denver, Brown was the head athletic trainer at Fort Hays State University (Kan.) from 1978-85, while also serving as an instructor in the school's Health and Physical Education Department. He had been a graduate assistant for the Tigers from 1977-78 after working as a student athletic trainer there from 1974-77. In addition, Brown was employed as a student athletic trainer for the Kansas City Chiefs during their 1975-76 training camps.

A native of Norton, Kan. (6/1/55), Brown is certified by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Tennessee Athletic Trainers Society.

In 2000, Brown received his 25 years of service pin from the National Athletic Trainers Association. He also is a member of the Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society, where he served on the board as secretary for eight years. He holds both a B.S. and master's degree from Fort Hays and enjoys golfing and boating.

Brad and his wife, Kristi, have two married sons, Kyle and Joel, and are the proud grandparents of one granddaughter.

 

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