Trevor Pryce

Former NFL standout Trevor Pryce mixes it up daily on Crowd Goes Wild.

Crowd Goes Wild: Trevor Pryce

Former NFL standout Trevor Pryce mixes it up daily on Crowd Goes Wild.

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Kevin Lynch

Former NFL standout Trevor Pryce mixes it up daily on Crowd Goes Wild.

Pryce, a two-time Super Bowl champion (1997 and '98) and four-time Pro Bowl defensive end, played 14 seasons in the NFL for the Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens and the New York Jets.

Pryce was drafted out of Clemson University in the first round of the 1997 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. The Broncos won back-to-back Super Bowls in Trevor's first two NFL seasons. In 1999, he notched a career-high 13 sacks and was voted to his first of four consecutive Pro Bowls (1999-2002).

Pryce recorded 336 tackles and 91 sacks in his career. In 2009, he was named to the Denver Broncos' 50th Anniversary Team. 

Pryce is an accomplished writer. He sold a children's screenplay about wishes -- born out of a conversation with his daughter -- to Sony Pictures. He recently wrote his first children's book, titled An Army of Frogs:  A Kulipari Novel. He has also appeared in The New York Times

Pryce taught himself to play keyboard and drums and built a recording studio in his home. He owns an independent music label, Outlook Music Co.

He resides in Ellicott City, Md., with his wife, Sonya, and their three children, Khary, Kamryn and Trevor Pryce III.