|Born:||July 17, 1977|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight:||215 lb (98 kg)|
|High school:||Phoenix (AZ) Moon Valley|
|Career NFL statistics|
Travis Martin Brown (born July 17, 1977) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League. Brown played college football for Northern Arizona University. He is now a Christ's Church of the Valley campus pastor in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Not selected in the 2000 NFL Draft, Brown was signed by the Seattle Seahawks in 2000. While with the Seattle Seahawks, Travis played for 1 regular season game against the Oakland Raiders. At this game he made 1 pass attempt, which was incomplete. This game was won 27-24.
Brown was traded to the Buffalo Bills in 2001 and played for the Bills during the 2001, 2002, and 2003 seasons. In 2001 he saw his first significant action in relief of an injured Alex Van Pelt, against the Miami Dolphins. Brown completed 15 passes for 201 yards and 1 touchdown, but it would not be enough to overcome Dolphins, who beat them 34-7. In 2003 Brown would play against the Miami Dolphins again, relieving an ineffective Drew Bledsoe late in the game, where he completed 3 out of 4 passes for 41 yards, and ran for 5 yards. His attempts would prove futile, as the Dolphins prevailed against him yet again, beating the Bills 20-3. Travis Brown also relieved Bledsoe in the next game against the New England Patriots, throwing for 119 yards and being intercepted only once. The New England Patriots prevailed, however, by shutting them out and scoring 31 points of their own.
On August 28, 2004, Travis sprained his left knee against the Indianapolis Colts in the preseason. This caused Travis to reach an injury settlement with the Bills that September, which allowed him to be released into free agency. Travis Brown was signed by the Colts, who then released Joe Hamilton.