Mr. Ty Warren - 2011 Huffines Discussion Scholar

Mr. Ty Warren

New England Patriots Defensive Lineman

"A Professional Football Player's Off-Season Progression"

Ty Warren currently plays defensive lineman for the Denver Broncos and previously played for the New England Patriots in the National Football League. He was drafted in 2003 and started 92 of 105 games for the Patriots. During his time with the Patriots, Warren was been a part of six division championships, three conference titles and two Super Bowl crowns. In 2007, he was selected as a defensive co-captain on the first team in NFL history to complete a 16-0 regular season. He has regularly been among the leaders on the team in solo tackles and was the AFC Defensive Player of the Month in December 2006.

Mr. Warren was originally raised in Bryan, Texas and was first-team All-State as a senior football player as well as a three-year letterman in track. He played four seasons of football at Texas A&M and was All-Big 12 Conference first- and second-team selections during his playing days at A&M. He has recently returned to A&M and completed his degree in Agricultural Leadership and Development in May 2011.

Mr. Warren is known for his community involvement through his and his wife’s non-profit foundation “First and Goal”. This foundation is involved in a number of community projects both in the Bryan/College Station area and in the Foxborough, MA area. In particular, the First and Goal foundation is heavily involved in supporting the mission of the Boys & Girls clubs in both Texas and Massachusetts. Mr. Warren was recognized for his community involvement by being the recipient of the Patriots’ Ron Burton Community Service Award in 2007.