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The Brown Bag 005 w/ Michael T Brown

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Marvcus Raymond Patton (the Los Angeles, California Native) is a former professional football player who was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the 8th round of the 1990 NFL Draft, from UCLA. Patton played in 13 NFL seasons from 1990 to 2002 for the Buffalo Bills, the Washington Redskins, and the Kansas City Chiefs. Patton never missed a regular season game in his entire career. After earning a full-time starting role in his fourth season with the Bills, he started all but three games for the remainder of his career.
Currently, Patton resides in the Northern VA with his lovely wife, Dr. Ina Patton, and their two daughters. Marvcus is a Entrepreneur that owns sports-themed restaurants in Northern Virginia, one of which is Lucky's Sports Theatre and Grill in Springfield, Virginia, and The All American Steakhouse in Woodbridge, VA.  Patton and his wife also created a children's apparel and book company, Girls Like Math. Girls Like Math boasts a product line that promotes positive images for girls and challenges gender stereotypes with fun, hip clothing and entertaining books and games.  Patton is also passionate about giving back to youth through Motivational speaking and various other charitable causes.