Byron Chamberlain



Byron Chamberlain 

Byron Chamberlain is a former American football tight end in the NFLHe was drafted by the Broncos in the 7th round (222nd overall) in the 1995 NFL Draft. He played 6 years in Denver from 1995-2000, in Minnesota for 2 seasons, and Washington for one. He won back-to-back Super Bowl Championships as a member of the Denver Broncos (Super Bowls XXXII & XXXIII). In 73 games with the Broncos, Chamberlain had 72 receptions for 964 yards, a 13.4 average, and 3 touchdowns. His most productive year was in 2001 with the Vikings--he caught 57 passes for 666 yards, an 11.7 average, 3 touchdowns and was voted to the 2002 Pro Bowl.

Byron is a founding owner of the Freedom Football Leaguea legion of former NFL football players, entrepreneurs, football operations experts, health and wellness thought-leaders, innovative legal minds, and financial visionaries committed to reimagining, reinventing, and reforming professional American football. He also runs the Byron Chamberlain Foundation, which was established to help "break the cycle" of negative effects that poverty has on today's youth. The foundation's focus is on developing community based programs that serve the educational, social and physical needs of those residing in the inner city communities as well as raise awareness about several health and social concerns that threaten under-served communities.

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