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Athletes and
Entertainers for Kids
Tim Brown

National Chairman

tb_h01_pic01.jpg Tim Brown, National Chairman of Athletes & Entertainers for Kids and 911 for Kids has helped over five million children and teens through mentoring and educational programs. Brown's phenomenal NFL career can only be shadow by his service to youth and underserved communities throughout the nation.

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Brown believes that giving back to the community is an important responsibility that gives him tremendous joy. He humbly and quietly supports hundreds of schools, hospitals, churches and community organizations. It is no wonder that he has gained the respect and praise of athletes and business leaders around the world. Brown is regarded as one of NFL's premiere players and leaders by his peers, owners, and league administration.

"I was fortunate to grow up in a wonderful, supportive and loving family," said Brown. "I realized early on that many children are not as fortunate and just finding a meal is a daily fight for thousands of youth."

tb_h02_pic01.jpg In 1987 Brown attended his first Athletes & Entertainers for Kids community outreach program at the invitation of former Raiders teammate and Hall of Famer Howie Long. Long. Long helped to establish AEFK with Elise Kim in 1986 and was the National Chairman of the foundation at that time (Long now serves and Chairman Emeritus of AEFK). Brown's exemplary style on and off the field made him the perfect candidate to later become AEFK's key leader of the foundation.

"AEFK is a unique mentoring organization that continues to be community oriented and community drive." comments Brown. "I continue to be impressed by the scope of children AEFK serves on a daily basis. From the critically ill to those suffering from poverty and parental neglect, AEFK reaches out to empower a wide spectrum of hurting children through really great innovative programs that are both educational and fun. What's most important is that AEFK's services are on-going throughout the year, not just holiday times or for a media opportunity. Often our celebs want to spend private quality time with the kids, with no media."

tb_h01_pic03.jpg In 1995 Brown became AEFK's National Chairman. That same year he accepted a distinguished appointment of Spokesperson for 911 for Kids, the nation's official educational program teaching the proper use of 911. The 911 for Kids program is also used in Canada and the Cayman Islands.

"I didn't realize the impact that abandoned, misused and prank 911 calls had on our cities and government," says Brown. "Our program not only can help save lives and property but it has dramatically reduced the millions of dollars spent on answering these non-emergency calls to 911. 911 for Kids is not only a wonderfully entertaining program for children but more importantly they learn and take home the message to family members and friends. We are looking forward to expanding our efforts internationally with our new "Emergency Ready" program will help parents prepare their children for both natural and man-made disasters."

Brown's signature mentoring program is his "Mentor Mini Camp" held each fall at Raider headquarters for 100 fatherless boys. "Children especially boys need positive male role models," comments Brown. "This program as with all our AEFK mentor matching programs is the beginning point for many important friendships that will help boys to hopefully become responsible adults."

In 2000 Brown held his "Mentor Mini Camp in Sacramento that year. His former Texas Governor - George W. Bush, helped Brown rally the 200 enthusiastic youth participants. The mentees and mentors got first hand experience of seeing what a great quarterback our future president is and would be in leading our country.

"We are honored and so very fortunate to have Tim Brown serve as our national Chairman and the spokesperson for critical AEFK educational programs, " says Elise Kim, founder and CEO of AEFK. "Both Tim and his wonderful wife Sherice are exemplary role models not only for the youth we serve but also for our nation. They constantly amaze me with the graciousness, love and kindness for others."

Oakland Raiders Captain Tim Brown is destined to be inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame but perhaps even more compelling is his legendary performance off the field in service to the community. He has been and will be in the future an international Hall of Famer and force in community services. Children around the nation may not know Brown's impressive football statistic, but they enthusiastically recognize Brown for his "kindness and benevolence" statistics, which is recorded at over 200%.


tb_h02_pic02.jpg2001: In 2001, became the Raiders all-time scoring leader in touchdowns reaching the 100 touchdown mark for his career, the first Raider to accomplish this feat...The 100 touchdowns ties him with Hall of Famer Franco Harris for 12th place in NFL history...Begins 2002 season having caught at least two passes in 140 straight games, second-longest streak among active NFL players...Last game without catch was on October 3, 1993 vs. Kansas City...Holds Raider career records in catches (937), receiving yards (13,237), total yards from scrimmage (17,752), punt returns (310), punt return yardage (3,217) and receiving touchdowns (95)...Currently the fifth all-time leading receiver in NFL history with 937 receptions...Ranks 5th all-time in NFL history with 13,237 receiving yards...Ranks seventh in NFL history with 17,863 total all-purpose yards...

Became the all-time leader in Pro Bowl appearances as a Raider with ninth selection following another spectacular season...Started in all 16 league games at wide receiver, ranking first on the team and seventh in the AFC in receptions with 91...The 91 receptions are the second-most in his career (104 in 1997)...Finished first on the team and fifth in the AFC in receiving yards with 1,165, the ninth consecutive year he has surpassed 1,000 receiving yards, second-best in NFL history (11 - Jerry Rice 1986-96)...Tied with Jerry Rice for first on the team in receiving touchdowns with nine...Had a long reception of 46 yards while averaging 12.8 yards per catch...Returned punts for the first time since 1998, fielding six for 111 yards with a long of 88, a touchdown the third of his career...The three punt returns for touchdowns ties him with Claude Gibson and George Atkinson for a franchise record...Averaged 18.5 yards per return, the best in his career...Has now returned a team-record 310 punts, fourth-best in NFL history...Has 3,217 punt return yards, best in team history and fifth-highest in NFL history... Carried the ball four times for 39 yards and a career-best 9.8 yards per attempt...Had a career-long 19-yard run...At Kansas City (9/9) in the season opener, he caught a team-high eight passes for 133 yards and one touchdown...Against Dallas (10/7), he pulled in a team-high seven passes for 114 yards...The next week at Indianapolis (10/14), he caught a team-high seven passes for 145 yards, a season-high...Against Denver (11/5) on Monday Night Football, he reeled in a team-high and season-high nine passes for 95 yards and two touchdowns...At the New York Giants (11/25) he caught a team-high six passes for 117 yards and two touchdowns...The following week, he caught five passes for 63 yards and two touchdowns for his second-consecutive two-touchdown performance of the season and third overall on the season...Finished the season with four 100-plus yard games raising his career total to 41...Caught at least three p asses in every game and five or more in 12 contests in 2001...

Saw action at wide receiver in the Pro Bowl, catching two passes for 41 yards, second on the AFC with a long of 30 yards...Returned two kickoffs for 54 yards with a long of 33...

tb_h02_pic03.jpg2000: Surpassed the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the eighth straight season, a feat only accomplished by two other players in NFL history... Led the team in receptions with 76 and receiving yardage with 1,128...Had a career-best 11 touchdown receptions ranking second in the AFC and seventh in the NFL while breaking his old mark of 10 touchdowns set in 1995...Finished third in the AFC in average yards per reception (14.8)... Against Indianapolis (9/10), he caught a 26-yard pass to put him over 11,000 receiving yards for his career...In a contest against Denver (9/17), he caught two touchdown passes, the first tied him with Raiders Hall of Famer Fred Biletnikoff for the most receiving touchdowns in Silver and Black history with 76...On the second touchdown of the contest, he became the Raiders all-time leader in touchdown receptions with 77... Best performance of the season was at San Francisco (10/8), snagging seven passes for 172 yards and two touchdowns, the second touchdown of the contest was a 31-yard strike from QB Rich Gannon for the win in overtime...In a contest at Kansas City (10/15) on his fourth of five receptions on the day, he topped the 800-reception mark for his career...Against the New York Jets (12/10) he caught a team-high three receptions for 31 yards to bypass the 12,000-yard receiving mark for his career... Went over the 100-yard receiving mark twice during the season to bring his total to 37 career games of over 100-plus yards receiving - a franchise record...Led the team in receptions in 13 contests and receiving yardage in 10 games... Started in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Miami (1/6) and tied for a team-high in receptions with two for 27 yards in the victory...Started in the AFC Championship Game and had team-highs in receptions with five and yardage with 48.

1999: Went over 1,000-yard receiving mark for seventh straight year which has only been accomplished by two other players in NFL history (Jerry Rice and Chris Carter)… Recorded a team-high 90 receptions (T-4th in NFL) for 1,344 yards (5th in NFL) and six touchdowns to earn his eighth trip to the Pro Bowl… With the 1999 Pro Bowl selection, he ties Pro Football Hall of Famers Art Shell and Howie Long for the most All-Star game appearances in Silver and Black history with eight… Was also named the AFC Player of The Week following contest versus New York.

1998: Went over 1,000-yard receiving yardage mark for sixth straight year after recording 1,012 yards on 81 catches (10th-best in NFL)… Career total of 9,600 yards is Raiders all-time record, which he set in during November 1 contest at Seattle when he totaled 74 yards… Led Raiders with nine touchdowns, one shy of career best set in 1995...

1997: Made seventh trip to the Pro Bowl after a record setting season with the Silver and Black… Credited with career high 104 receptions for 1,408 yards and five touchdowns while adding 19 yards rushing. Became Raiders all-time leading receiver, surpassing Hall of Famer and current wide receivers coach Fred Biletnikoff with 599 career receptions… Became Raiders all-time total yardage record holder with 13,022 yards, breaking old mark of 12,803… Has exceeded 1,000 yards in a season five straight years-also a Raider record… Posted a Raiders single season record with seven 100-yard plus receiving games and five 150-yard receiving games, tying an NFL record… Only Raider to surpass 100 receptions in a season… Broke Art Powell's single season total reception yardage record of 1,361 by accumulating 1,408 yards-a Raider record that stood since 1964…Tied for first in the NFL with 104 catches while placing second in the league with 1,408 receiving yards… Finished seventh in the AFC with 1,427 total yards from scrimmage… Shared the Commitment to Excellence Award with Jeff George and Russell Maryland…Became only the third Raider to top 8,000 receiving yards in his career, joining Fred Biletnikoff and broke Todd Christensen's single season team record (95)… Broke the Raiders single game receiving record of 12 receptions, which he shared with Dave Casper. Broke Art Powell's single season total reception yardage record of 1,361 by accumulating 1,408 yards

1996: Led the team in receiving with 90 catches for 1104 yards, an average of 12.3 yards per carry and 9 TDs.

1995: Pro Bowl starter for third straight year in 1995 after topping AFC in receiving yards for third consecutive season with career-high 1,342 yards, second-most in team history. Topped Raiders and placed third in AFC in receptions with 89, which tied his career-high and most ever by a Raider wide receiver. Scored 10 touchdowns in 1995 for 46 in eight year pro career to place seventh among all-time Raiders. Six 100-yard receiving games in '95.

1994: Led Raiders and placed third in AFC with 89 catches, also a career-high and most-ever by a Raider wide receiver… First on Raiders and second in AFC in touchdown receptions with nine, including two versus both Atlanta and New Orleans… Has scored 240 points in Raider career, which places him 12th on team's all-time scoring list and ninth among non kickers… Also led Raiders and ranked second in AFC in punt returns in '94 with 12.2-yard average on 40 attempts and 487 yards on punt returns was tops in NFL in '94… Enters 1995 having caught 316 career passes to rank fifth among all-time Raider pass catchers… Pro Bowl starter at wide receiver for 1993 season after leading AFC with 1,180 receiving yards… Tied for fourth best in AFC in '93 with 80 receptions while 11.6-yard average on 40 punt returns placed third in AFC, fifth in NFL… Seven touchdowns scored in1993, which tied for fourth best in AFC… Posted four 100-yard receiving games in '93

1992: Led team in receiving, receiving yards and touchdowns with 49 catches for 693 yards for 14.1-yard average and seven touchdowns...Also led Raiders and placed fifth in AFC in punt returns with 10.4-yard average on 37 returns for 383 yards while playing in 15 league games with 12 starts... Had Raiders longest reception with a 68-yard touchdown catch against the N.Y. Giants...Caught six passes for 104 yards, one touchdown at Cincinnati and had eight catches for 88 yards and game-tying touchdown with seconds left during win at Washington...

1991: Named to second Pro Bowl as kick returner after sharing AFC lead in punt returns with 11.4-yard average...Active for all 16 league games plus Wild Card contest with one start at wide receiver against New Orleans... Finished third on team in receptions with 36 for 554 yards and tied for team lead in touchdowns scored with five...Recorded first punt return for touchdown of pro career with 75-yard return against Cincinnati...Best receiving game statistically was two catches for 106 yards, including 78-yard touchdown reception against Buffalo...Scored two touchdowns receiving in regular season finale against Kansas City...

1990: Played in all 16 league games as third wide receiver and punt returner...Led team and ranked fourth in AFC in punt returns with 8.7-yard average on 34 returns for 295 yards...Also had 18 receptions for 265 yards and three scores...Tied for top mark in NFL in punts returned in single game with six against Kansas City...

1989: Totaled one catch for eight yards, four punt returns for 43 yards and 10.8 average and three kickoff returns for 63 yards in league opener before sustaining season-ending injury...

tb_h03_pic02.jpg1988: Pro Bowl kick returner during rookie season...Led NFL in kickoff returns with average of 26.8 yards per return...Kickoff return yardage total of 1,098 yards also led the NFL...Led AFC in punt return yardage with 444...Raiders leading receiver with 43 catches with 725 reception yards, most of any rookie receiver in AFC for 1988...Also caught five scoring passes for the league season... Played in all 16 league games, starting nine...Returned kickoff 97 yards for a touchdown in his first NFL game against San Diego...Had 114 yards on just four receptions and a 49-yard touchdown catch at Seattle... Broke Gale Sayers' NFL record for most total yardage by rookie with 2,317 yards (725 on receptions, 50 yards rushing, 1,098 on kickoff returns and 444 on punt returns)...Raiders first round draft pick in 1988 (sixth player taken).

College Highlights
tb_h03_pic01.jpg Heisman Trophy winner in 1987 as senior at Notre Dame… Named United Press International and The Sporting News College Player of the Year… Consensus All-America selection as a senior. ..Ranked sixth nationally in 1987 with 167.9 all-purpose yards per game. Led team with 39 catches for 846 yards and 21.7-yard average. Returned three punts for touchdowns including two against Michigan State… Had career-high 294 all-purpose yards versus Boston College. Holds school career records for receiving yards (2,493), kickoff return yards (1,613) and all-purpose yards (5,024)… Also rushed for 442 yards during college career. Consensus All-America as junior wide receiver… Set school record with 1,937 all-purpose yards. .Ranked third in nation with 27.9 kickoff return average… Had career high 184 yards receiving against Navy. . . Ran two kickoffs back for touchdowns. Caught 45 passes for 910 yards and five touchdowns. Sports Illustrated Offensive Player of the Week for 252 all-purpose yards versus Southern California… School's leading receiver as sophomore… Played in Aloha and Cotton Bowls as well as Japan Bowl and Hula Bowl All-Star contests following senior season... Lettered one year as sprinter on Notre Dame track team.

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