Trey Burton just finished his seventh season as a tight end in the NFL. He was undrafted coming out of college at the University of Florida and signed with the Philadelphia Eagles. He played four seasons in Philly and threw a touchdown pass to quarterback Nick Foles right before halftime of Super Bowl LII, helping the Eagles to their first ever Super Bowl title.
After playing the 2018 and 2019 seasons with Chicago, Burton played 2020 with the Colts and helped Indianapolis to a playoff berth.
Burton joined us on Radio Row in Tampa for Super Bowl LV to discuss his Super Bowl experience three years ago, his work with the International Justice Mission in fighting against human trafficking, and who he is rooting for in this year’s big game.
You can learn more about IJM and donate here.
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