Larry Brown is a former NFL corner back for the Dallas Cowboys and the Oakland Raiders. He attended Texas Christian Univsierty as an upper classman and played football there. He would go on to be drafted 320th overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 1991 NFL Draft.
In 1992, he played opposite to Kevin Smith, making them the youngest starting cornerback duo in the league. In 1993, he recorded 63 tackles and 11 passes defensed (tied for second on the team). In 1994, he tallied 57 tackles, 4 interceptions and 12 passes defensed. 1995 proved to be a big year for Brown. That year, the Cowboys made it to the Super Bowl and won! Brown was named the Super Bowl MVP. It became their third championship in four seasons.
Brown has been a cohost of The Dallas Cowboys Radio Network Pregame and Postgame Shows on 105.3 The Fan, the flagship station of the Dallas Cowboys Radio Network. He played himself in an episode of Married with Children. He was named Number 3 in One Shot Wonders. Brown's son Kameron was a 4-star wide receiver in high school and is currently playing football for Texas A&M.