Tim Brown is a former American professional football player with an estimated net worth of $20 million. Tim Brown began his career with Woodrow Wilson High School’s football team. Although Tim was an associate of the high school group, he concealed playing football from his mom. He recorded 4-25-1 throughout the period of three years as a starter for the team. In school, Tim played for the Notre Dame Fighting Irish from 1984 to 1987. Brown was twice made it to the College Football All-America Team, and won the Heisman Trophy in 1987. He completed his career with 137 receptions for 2,493 yards, and 22 touchdowns. Brown entered the 1988 NFL Draft, and picked in the initial round, 6th overall pick by the Los Angeles Raiders. Brown was voted nine-time to the Pro Bowl and named to the First-Team All-Pro twice. After 12 years stint with the Raiders, he was released by the team and signed immediately to Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2004. The next year, he secured a one day contract with all the Raiders to retire with the team. Upon retirement, he was the National Chairman of Athletes and Entertainers for Kids in 1995. Brown was an analyst for ESPN College Football, and host of weekly sports-talk show on WRDI. He has been the general manager and co-owner of Indoor Football League’s Texas Revolution. Timothy Donell Brown was born on July 22, 1966 in Dallas, Texas.