Trey Teague, member of the Mossy Oak ProStaff and former football player for the University of Tennessee, was inducted into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame. The ceremony was May 4 in Nashville, Tenn.
The Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame (TSHF) was established in 1966 as an organization dedicated to the preservation of Tennessee’s sports heritage while honoring the contributions of legendary individuals and teams that have significant ties to the state. TSHF recognizes the positive attributes of inductees such as hard work, team work, dedication, focus and how these attributes are needed to achieve success in life. Using these champions as role models, TSHF works to inspire youth to follow in the paths of these great teams and athletes.
“The Mossy Oak ProStaff is a diverse team of hunters from pro athletes to musicians to well-known outdoor industry folks. We’re proud of Trey’s accomplishments and are happy to have him on our team,” said Tim Anderson, Director of Public Relations and ProStaff for Mossy Oak. “What’s really neat about Trey’s induction into the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame is their involvement with youth and sports. Football is a great sport and so is hunting, so he’s definitely an inspiration for young people.”
Teague attended the University of Tennessee on a football scholarship and earned a degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science. While at Tennessee, he served as team captain and was starting center for the 1997 Southeastern Conference championship team. Teague was awarded All-SEC and All-American honors. In 1998, he was drafted by the Denver Broncos and was part of the 1998 Super Bowl Championship team. He also played for the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets, with his NFL career ending in 2006. Teague lives in Jackson, Tenn., with his wife Ashley and two children, Lilly and Everett.
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