Travis Brown

Travis Brown

Travis began his playing career at Moon Valley High School in Phoenix. He then received a scholarship to Northern Arizona University where he started for four seasons, playing in 43 games, setting numerous school records including career passing yards (11,400) and career touchdowns (86). He was inducted into the NAU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2004. After his college playing career, Travis went on to play six seasons in the National Football League. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles, Seattle Seahawks, Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts. During his time in the NFL, Travis had the privilege to work with some of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the game including: Donovan McNabb, Drew Bledsoe and Peyton Manning. He was also taught by many of the great coaches of his time at the quarterback position including: Steve Axman, Brad Childress, Mike Holmgren,Sam Wyche, Steve Kragthorpe, Jim Zorn, Kevin Gilbride, and Jim Caldwell. Travis uses his experiences and his resources to give quarterbacks the greatest opportunity to succeed by teaching them all the details associated with playing the quarterback position, as well as the skills to be leaders on and off the field.