Offensive tackle Trent Brown wasn’t a New England Patriot for long, but his impact won’t be forgotten with the 2018 Super Bowl champions.
On Thursday, the newly signed Oakland Raider shared a goodbye video message to the Patriots and fans via Uninterrupted.
On the first day of free agency, Brown signed a four-year contract worth $66 million dollars with $36.75 million guaranteed.
The contract made him the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history.
At his introductory press conference in Oakland, Brown spoke about the significance of his new contract.
“I mean I shed a few tears. Not in front of my family and Drew, but definitely that night behind closed doors I shed a few tears. Just being a seventh-rounder and being able to say or anybody being able to say that I was the highest paid offensive lineman in NFL history is a true testament to just staying the course, sowing good seeds, treating people the way you want to be treated and God will definitely reap harvest 10-fold.”
In his lone season in Foxboro, Brown started every game at left tackle right through the Super Bowl.