Bryon Anthony McCane II, better known by his stage name Bizzy Bone, AKA Lil Ripsta, is an American rapper and the youngest member of the Cleveland rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony. Bryon Anthony McCane II was born in Columbus, Ohio, in 1980, 4-year-old Bryon and his two sisters were abducted and held captive for over two years by his stepfather. Both his sisters were children of Bryons stepfather. The children were put into the backseat of a car and driven off and he says that at first, he did not know he had been kidnapped, and was made to believe that his mother and grandmother were dead. During his abduction period, he lived in homes, apartments and motels. He was often beaten and sexually assaulted, in 1983, the family had been living on the Kaw Indian Reservation in Kaw, Oklahoma for about a year-and-a-half. When he was thirteen, Bryon went to live with his oldest sister, at her home near Cleveland, during this period he met Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone, Wish Bone and Flesh-n-Bone. Bizzy Bone started in hip hop as a member of the group Bone Enterprise.
This Cleveland-based crew first got the ear of N. W. A founder Eazy-E who bestowed the moniker Thugs-n-Harmony on the group, in 2002, he appeared on the FOX series Americas Most Wanted and he revealed his abusive childhood and molestation. Bryon wrote and performed a song on the show entitled A. M. W. in which he thanks Walsh, in 2003, he returned to Kaw City to see his former neighbors, and meet the man who helped save him. He says that although he has bad memories here, he still considers Kaw City his hometown. Bizzy Bone started his career in 1998. He is best known for his style of combining rapid fire raps, double harmony choruses, with a soft-spoken and his solo debut, Heavenz Movie, was critically acclaimed and certified Platinum by the RIAA. The Gift, released on April 7,2001, peaked at #2 on the US Billboard Independent Albums chart, many of the songs on the album dealt with his personal life and childhood. In 2004, Bizzy released Alpha and Omega which showed a change in his musical and lyrical content, fans responded positively to the album.
Bizzy followed up with the internet album The Beginning and the End. Zach Beef III DVD. himself What Now, B Murda Bizzy Bone at MTV Bizzy Bone at AllMusic
Flex-Deon Blake is the stage name of an African-American gay pornographic actor who has appeared in gay pornographic films, gay pornographic magazines, and on websites. He starred in several productions, including the controversial film Niggas Revenge. In 2004, he was inducted into the Grabby Awards “Wall of Fame. ”Blake joined the US Air Force after high school and he pursued a degree in piano at Florida A&M University, before finding employment as a correctional officer. According to the Internet Movie Database, between 1995 and 2005 Flex-Deon Blake appeared in 42 gay pornographic films and this list includes mainstream productions such as Bacchus’s Black Workout 10 as well as more controversial movies, such as SX Video’s Barebacking with Jeff Palmer, vol. 3, in which Blake co-starred with the well-known gay performer Jeff Palmer, as a subject of Gay Studies The film Niggas Revenge, and Flex-Deon Blakes role in it, have become the subject of academic discussion. The latter referred Flex-Deon to the adult industry producer Edward James, the story is part of Bobbys book, My Life in Porn.
Bobby Blake with John R. Gordon, My Life in Porn, The Bobby Blake Story, tim Dean, Unlimited Intimacy, Reflections on the Subculture of Barebacking, ISBN 978-0-226-13938-8, 978-0226-13939-5. Owen Keehnen, More Starz, pp. 90–2, ISBN 978-1-934187-10-4, Flex-Deon Blake at the Internet Movie Database Flex-Deon Blake at the Internet Adult Film Database Flex-Deon Blake at the Adult Film Database
Christianity is a Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who serves as the focal point for the religion. It is the worlds largest religion, with over 2.4 billion followers, or 33% of the global population, Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God and the savior of humanity whose coming as the Messiah was prophesied in the Old Testament. Christian theology is summarized in creeds such as the Apostles Creed and his incarnation, earthly ministry and resurrection are often referred to as the gospel, meaning good news. The term gospel refers to accounts of Jesuss life and teaching, four of which—Matthew, Luke. Christianity is an Abrahamic religion that began as a Second Temple Judaic sect in the mid-1st century, following the Age of Discovery, Christianity spread to the Americas, sub-Saharan Africa, and the rest of the world through missionary work and colonization. Christianity has played a prominent role in the shaping of Western civilization, throughout its history, Christianity has weathered schisms and theological disputes that have resulted in many distinct churches and denominations.
Worldwide, the three largest branches of Christianity are the Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the denominations of Protestantism. There are many important differences of interpretation and opinion of the Bible, concise doctrinal statements or confessions of religious beliefs are known as creeds. They began as baptismal formulae and were expanded during the Christological controversies of the 4th and 5th centuries to become statements of faith. Many evangelical Protestants reject creeds as definitive statements of faith, even agreeing with some or all of the substance of the creeds. The Baptists have been non-creedal in that they have not sought to establish binding authoritative confessions of faith on one another. Also rejecting creeds are groups with roots in the Restoration Movement, such as the Christian Church, the Evangelical Christian Church in Canada, the Apostles Creed is the most widely accepted statement of the articles of Christian faith. It is used by Presbyterians and Congregationalists and this particular creed was developed between the 2nd and 9th centuries.
Its central doctrines are those of the Trinity and God the Creator, each of the doctrines found in this creed can be traced to statements current in the apostolic period. The creed was used as a summary of Christian doctrine for baptismal candidates in the churches of Rome. Most Christians accept the use of creeds, and subscribe to at least one of the mentioned above. The central tenet of Christianity is the belief in Jesus as the Son of God, Christians believe that Jesus, as the Messiah, was anointed by God as savior of humanity, and hold that Jesus coming was the fulfillment of messianic prophecies of the Old Testament. The Christian concept of the Messiah differs significantly from the contemporary Jewish concept, having become fully human, suffered the pains and temptations of a mortal man, but did not sin
Charles Frank Bolden, Jr. is a former Administrator of NASA, a retired United States Marine Corps Major General, and a former NASA astronaut. A1968 graduate of the United States Naval Academy, he became a Marine Aviator, after his service as an astronaut, he became Deputy Commandant of Midshipmen at the Naval Academy. On May 23,2009, President Barack Obama announced the nomination of Bolden as NASA Administrator, Bolden was confirmed by the Senate on July 15,2009. He is the first African American to head the agency on a permanent basis, on Jan 12,2017, Bolden announced his resignation from NASA during a town hall meeting at NASA Headquarters in Washington D. C. His last day would be January 19, and Robert M. Lightfoot Jr. was announced as acting NASA Administrator, Bolden graduated from C. A. Johnson High School in Columbia, South Carolina, in 1964. He is a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity, Bolden was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps following graduation from the United States Naval Academy in 1968.
He was president of his class and he underwent flight training at Pensacola, Meridian and Kingsville, before being designated a Naval Aviator in May 1970. He flew more than 100 sorties into North and South Vietnam, while there, he served as an ordnance test pilot and flew numerous test projects in the A-6E, EA-6B, and A-7C/E airplanes. He logged more than 6,000 hours flying time, Bolden was selected as an astronaut candidate by NASA in 1980. He was a member of the NASA Astronaut Corps until 1994 when he returned to assignments in the Marine Corps, first as the Deputy Commandant of Midshipmen at the Naval Academy, in July 1997, he was assigned as the Deputy Commanding General of I Marine Expeditionary Force. From February to June 1998, he served as Commanding General, in July 1998, he was promoted to his final rank of major general and assumed his duties as the Deputy Commander, United States Forces Japan. He served as the Commanding General, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing and he retired from the military in August 2004.
Selected by NASA in May 1980, Bolden became an astronaut in August 1981, a veteran of four space flights, he has logged over 680 hours in space. Bolden served as pilot on STS-61-C and STS-31, and was the commander on STS-45. Bolden was the first person to ride the Launch Complex 39 slidewire baskets which enable rapid escape from a Space Shuttle on the launch pad. The need for a human test was determined following a launch abort on STS-41-D where controllers were afraid to order the crew to use the escape system. On Jan 12,2017, Bolden announced his resignation from NASA during a Town Hall meeting at NASA Headquarters in Washington D. C and his last day would be January 19, and Robert M. Lightfoot Jr. was announced as acting NASA Administrator. On STS-61-C, Bolden piloted Space Shuttle Columbia, during the six-day flight, crew members deployed the SATCOM Ku band satellite, and conducted experiments in astrophysics and materials processing
Brooks was born in Augusta and grew up in Greenville, South Carolina, in a Christian family, her father was a deacon, and her mother, a minister. She began acting at the age of six in a nativity play put on by her church, for her final three years of high school, she attended South Carolina Governors School for the Arts & Humanities, a performing arts school. She studied drama at the Juilliard School and graduated in 2011, after graduating from Juilliard, Brooks won roles in two theater productions, the Shakespeare Theatre Companys Servant of Two Masters, and Blacken the Bubble. Her character Taystee was originally intended to be featured in the show for two episodes but ended up being written into the rest of the first season and into the seasons that followed. Taystees on-screen best friend Poussey is played by Samira Wiley, with whom Brooks has been friends since they met while studying together at Juilliard, Brooks was upgraded from a recurring cast member to a series regular for the shows second season.
In September 2013, Brooks was cast in a Season 3 episode of the HBO series Girls, on May 27,2015, the media announced that Brooks would make her Broadway debut in the upcoming fall 2015 revival of The Color Purple as Sofia. The musical opened on December 10 at the Bernard B, Brooks received praise for her performance, and received a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical. Danielle Brooks at the Internet Movie Database Danielle Brooks at the Internet Broadway Database
Elizabeth Lizzie Bolden was an American supercentenarian who, at the time of her death at age 116 years,118 days, was recognized by Guinness World Records as the worlds oldest living person. Elizabeth Jones was born in 1890 in Somerville, the daughter of freed slaves, Jones married Louis Bolden in 1908, and their first child, a son, was born on September 21,1909. Elizabeth and Lewis Bolden had three sons and four daughters and raised cotton and subsistence crops on farmland near Memphis until the 1950s. Only two daughters were still alive as of her death in 2006, they were Esther Rhodes, who died in 2007 at age 90, and Mamie Brittmon, who died in 2009 at the age of 86. When she turned 113 in 2003, the newspaper asked her why she had lived so long, the reporter speculated that Bolden just wasnt in the mood to talk that day. When one of her daughters kept trying to cover her with a blanket, if you werent my child, Id put you over my knee and whoop the out of you, she said. In her final years she resided in a Memphis, Tennessee nursing home that she had lived in since she was 109 and they requested that media attention be limited.
While she was the worlds oldest person Bolden was rarely seen in public and she was photographed for two different books in early 2005, and was featured in Jet magazine in May 2005 and the Memphis Commercial Appeal in June 2005. For her 116th birthday, new photographs were released for the first time in almost a year, elizabeth Bolden was verified in April 2005 as being the oldest documented resident of the United States since the death of Emma Verona Johnston the previous December. She displaced Bettie Wilson, who had previously been the oldest known American, Bolden regained the oldest living person title following the August 27,2006 death of María Capovilla. This was officially confirmed on September 17,2006 by Guinness World Records and she was previously thought to have held the title from the death of Hendrikje van Andel on August 30,2005. Until December 9,2005, when Capovilla was authenticated as older, at the time of her death aged 116 years 118 days she was the seventh-oldest undisputed person ever documented.
After her death, Emiliano Mercado Del Toro took over as the worlds oldest person and Julie Winnefred Bertrand took over as the worlds oldest woman. findagrave. com/cgi-bin/fg. cgi. page=gr&GRid=102162662
Amisho Baraka Lewis, better known by his stage name Sho Baraka, is an American Christian hip-hop artist and writer who has recorded both independently and as a founding member of the 116 Clique. He was originally signed to Reach Records until leaving in March 2011 and he co-founded a record label and group known as High Society with fellow Christian rappers J. R. Swoope, and Suzy Rock. His debut album Turn My Life Up was released in November 2007 and his second album Lions and Liars, was released March 2010. His third album Talented Xth was released in January 2013 and his fourth album, The Narrative, was released in October 2016. Born in Alberta, Canada on January 10,1979, but raised in California, he resided in Texas, Sho Baraka was introduced to hip hop at a young age. Living in Southern California during the height of gangsta rap presented its challenges to many youths, in high school Sho and some friends from his neighborhood formed a rap group that began touring with major recording artists.
But his life took a different turn after the rap group fizzled out, Sho enlisted and served in the military. He decided to heed his fathers advice and apply to college, there he came into contact with Lecrae and Tedashii and eventually the 116 Clique and Reach Records were formed. On April 13,2011, Rapzilla posted a blog from Sho stating that he planned to leave Reach Records after four years and two albums with the label. Although he is leaving the Reach label, Sho said he would continue to be an artist with Reach booking and continue to do concert dates and he would be featured on Reach projects released through the year. Sho Baraka is now a part of the music & art group High Society with Swoope, Lewis announced that he will release a new album, Talented Xth, on January 1,2013. On June 14,2016, he signed with Christian hip-hop label, Baraka can be spotted as Trip Lees fictional boss at the newspaper Trip Lee works for in the video for Trip lees song The Invasion off the album Between Two Worlds.
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Larry D. Alexander
Larry Dell Alexander is an American artist, Christian author and Catechist from Dermott, Arkansas in Chicot County. Alexander is best known for his creations of elaborate colorful, and black & white pen and ink drawings in his crosshatching, or hatching technique, and his acrylic paintings. He received notoriety and a personal presidential thanks for his rendition of a Clinton Family Portrait oil painting which he gave to U. S. President Bill Clinton in 1995. It is now a part of the collection at the Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock and he is known for the Arkansas Schools Tours that he did between 1996 and 2006. His father was a driver, and his mother was a beautician. Alexander began drawing at about the age of four and he never received any formal art training during any level of his schooling while growing up, as none was available in his small rural hometown. In years he attended Richland College in Dallas, Texas where he studied AutoCAD. Alexanders work is influenced by his experiences in life, such as growing up in the rural south during the 1950s and 1960s, as well as his life in Detroit.
Alexander moved to Detroit, Michigan after two years of school in Pine Bluff to seek employment in his chosen field. However, he was unsuccessful in the run, and instead, he ended up finding work in a Chrysler auto assembly plant. This led him to become a mechanic, a craft he worked at for the next seventeen years. He ultimately met and married his wife, Patricia while living in Detroit, encouraged by Patricia, he began using his art talent for the first time in fifteen years. He coined the phrase The Expressions Line for his first line of greeting cards in 1991, as a result, Hallmark Cards now has used the name on a line of their cards since 1997. His line should not be confused or associated with their product line, between 1991 and 1994 he created over 80 pieces of pen and ink fine art, including Renetta, Cowboy Fiddler, Young Kennedys, and Roundup. He used many of his drawings on his Fine-arTshirt T-shirt line of the mid-nineties, Alexander is a realist painter who works in a variety of other mediums including oils and watercolors. S.
The paintings feature images of people and sites of Dermott, such as a gin, his childhood house, where he went to school. Alexander said at the time that, I did the Dermott Series for many personal reasons, and Im overwhelmed by the response this collection is creating here in Texas. The series includes, Where I grew up, Picking Cotton, Cotton Gin, Hot Grits, In the kitchen with mama, and the old Chicot County High School, among others
William Wayne Billy Blanks is an American fitness guru, martial artist and the creator of the Tae Bo exercise program. Blanks was born in Erie, the fourth of fifteen children, Blanks began his study of the martial arts at the age of eleven, attending Karate and Taekwondo classes. He was born with an anomaly in his hip joints that impaired his movement, the resulting clumsiness caused taunts from Blanks siblings and led his instructors to believe that he would never accomplish much. Blanks found the answer to challenges in karate. When he saw Bruce Lee on TV, he decided he wanted to be a world martial-arts champion, Blanks was hired as a bodyguard for lead actress Catherine Bach during the filming of 1988s Driving Force, which was filmed in Manila during a time of political unrest. Blanks impressed the producers and was written into the script in a supporting role and this led to Blanks work in several martial arts films, including King of the Kickboxers and the first Bloodfist. Perhaps his most recognizable role to mainstream audiences is in the scene of Tony Scotts The Last Boy Scout.
Blanks appeared as the instructor to Ashley Judds character in Kiss the Girls. In the late 1980s, Blanks developed the Tae Bo workout, while running a studio in Quincy. He used components of his arts and Boxing training. The name is derived from taekwondo and boxing, Blanks opened a fitness center in Los Angeles to teach his new workout. He attracted some celebrity clients such as Paula Abdul, and he sold over 1.5 million VHS tapes in his first year, and is reported to have grossed between $80 million and $130 million in sales. Blanks is a Christian and released a line of Tae Bo workouts called the Believers series that includes motivational prayers. He has appeared on the Christian television network TBN, in 1974 Blanks married Gayle H. Godfrey, whom he met in karate class. Shortly after the marriage, he adopted Gayles daughter, Shellie Blanks Cimarosti, a martial artist, is prominently featured in many Tae Bo videos. Shellie has produced her own video called Tae Bo Postnatal Power and Blanks have a son, Billy Blanks, Jr. who works as a dancer and fitness instructor.
Blanks Jr. produced several best-selling DVDs, including Cardioke and Fat Burning Hip Hop Mix and he has starred in a touring production of the musical Fame, and has worked as a dancer in music videos with Madonna, Quincy Jones and Paula Abdul. Blanks and Godfrey were divorced in 2008 after 33 years of marriage, Godfrey filed for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences
Shaun Edward Alexander is a former American football running back who played for the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins of the National Football League. He played college football for the University of Alabama, and was drafted by the Seahawks 19th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft, in May 2011, he was inducted into the Alabama Sports Hall of Fame. Alexander set numerous NFL and Seattle Seahawks franchise records, and was named the NFL MVP in 2005 and he was named to the NFLs 2000 All-Decade team. Alexander was born and raised in Florence and his father, Curtis Alexander Jr. works for Morton Salt and his mother Carol works in the truancy department of the Boone County School District. He has an older brother Durran, and four older half-sisters and his parents divorced when he was 11, and he and Durran were raised by their mother in a two-bedroom apartment off of Shenandoah Drive in Florence Kentucky. He attended Florence Elementary School and Rector A. Jones Middle School, in 1991, he entered Boone County High School.
As a freshman, he played football for the varsity team and was voted Class President—as he was every year in high school. As well as football, Alexander excelled in basketball and baseball, in his sophomore season, he made the varsity team as the second-string running back. By mid-season, he was the featured running back as he rushed for 1,095 yards. During his junior season in 1993, Alexander ran for 2,396 yards and 42 touchdowns as Boone County made it to the state semifinals, in a game versus Campbell County, Alexander rushed for seven touchdowns. He was listed in Faces in the Crowd section of Sports Illustrated in January 1994, in 1994, in his senior season, Alexander rushed for 3,166 yards and a state record 54 touchdowns and was named Kentuckys Mr. Football. In three varsity seasons, Alexander rushed for 6,657 yards and 110 touchdowns—both of which are Top 10 prep all-time records, Alexander had narrowed his choices down to Michigan and Notre Dame. He ultimately chose Alabama because of the weather and the overall students enthusiasm.
In 1995, during his year in high school, Alexander accepted a scholarship from Gene Stallings. Mike DuBose would replace Stallings in 1997, in his freshman season on campus, Alexander was redshirted. In 1996, as a freshman, Alexander rushed for a school-record 291 yards. He finished the year with 589 rushing yards and six touchdowns, the 1997 season proved to be tough for both Alexander and the Crimson Tide, as Alexander finished with 415 rushing yards and three touchdowns, while the Tide limped to four victories. The following year turned out better for both, as Alabama improved to 7-5, and Alexander had 18 touchdowns and attained 1,178 yards
Michael P. Anderson
Michael Phillip Anderson was a United States Air Force officer and NASA astronaut. Anderson and his six crew members were killed in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster when the craft disintegrated during its re-entry into the Earths atmosphere. Anderson was born in 1959 to Barbara Anderson and Bobbie Anderson, Bobbie Anderson was transferred to Fairchild Air Force Base, about 12 miles away from Spokane, which Anderson spoke of as his hometown. He was graduated from Cheney High School, one of four African Americans in a class of 200 students, upon Andersons graduation from the University of Washington, he was commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force. After completing a year of training at Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi. At Randolph he served as chief of maintenance for the 2015th Communication Squadron. In 1986, he was selected to attend Undergraduate Pilot Training at Vance Air Force Base and he completed his masters degree while stationed at Offutt. From January 1991 to September 1992, he served as a commander and instructor pilot in the 920th Air Refueling Squadron, Wurtsmith Air Force Base.
From September 1992 to February 1995 he was assigned as a pilot and tactics officer in the 380th Air Refueling Wing, Plattsburgh Air Force Base. Anderson had logged more than 3,000 hours of time when NASA selected him for astronaut training in December 1994. He was one of 19 candidates selected from a pool of 2,962 applicants and he completed a year of training and evaluation, and was qualified for flight crew assignment as a mission specialist. Anderson was initially assigned technical duties in the Flight Support Branch of the Astronaut Office, in the fifth and last exchange of a U. S. astronaut, STS-89 delivered Andy Thomas to Mir and returned with David Wolf. The missions duration was 8 days,19 hours, and 47 seconds, Anderson served as payload commander and lieutenant colonel in charge of science experiments on the Columbia, NASAs oldest shuttle. On February 1,2003, the shuttle was returning to Earth after a successful 16-day trip to orbit, where the crew had conducted more than 80 scientific experiments.
Unbeknownst to her crew, the orbiter had suffered damage during its launch on January 16. During re-entry, the hole allowed super-hot atmospheric gases to penetrate the orbiters wing, leading to its destruction, the missions duration was 15 days,22 hours, and 20 minutes. The Columbia Accident Investigation Board reported that, in addition to the Columbias physical damage, prior to the final launch of the Columbia, Anderson told reporters, Theres always that unknown. Anderson was survived by his wife, Sandra Hawkins, and two daughters, aged 9 and 11 at the time of his death and he was survived by his parents and three sisters
Derrick Dewan Brooks is an American former football linebacker who played in the National Football League for fourteen seasons. He played college football for Florida State University, and was recognized as a consensus All-American. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first round of the 1995 NFL Draft, where he played his entire professional career. An eleven-time Pro Bowl selection and nine-time All-Pro, Brooks was named AP NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2002, later, he was elected to the 2000s all decade defensive team. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014 and is currently a co-owner, Brooks attended Washington High School in Pensacola, Florida. In his senior season in 1991, Brooks carried Pensacola to the playoff semifinals. While attending Florida State University, he played for the Florida State Seminoles football team from 1992 to 1994 and he was a four-year letterman, a consensus first-team All-American his junior and senior years, and a three-time first-team All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection.
After playing as safety as a freshman he switched to linebacker as a sophomore and he was a member of the 1993 Seminoles National Championship team. He finished his career with 274 tackles, five interceptions,8.5 sacks,13 passes defensed, four forced fumbles, in November 2010, Florida State retired Seminoles jersey number 10 in honor of Brooks. Brooks played 14 years for the Buccaneers and is considered one of the best players in franchise history. From 1995 to 2008, Brooks started 221 of 224 games, recording 1,698 tackles,13.5 sacks,25 interceptions, as a rookie in 1995, Brooks started 13 of 16 games. He finished the season with 78 tackles with a sack and earned first team honors from Pro Football Weekly. During his second season 1996, he started all 16 games and finished with a team leading 132 tackles, in 1997, Brooks earned his first trip to the Pro Bowl after recording 144 tackles,1.5 sacks, and two interceptions in 16 games. In 1998, Brooks had another Pro Bowl season after recording 156 tackles, in 1999, Brooks made the Pro Bowl for the third time and was a first team All-Pro selection for the first time in his career.
For the season he had 153 tackles, two sacks, and four interceptions, in 2000, Brooks earned his fourth consecutive trip to the Pro Bowl and his second consecutive first team All-Pro selection. He finished the season with 140 tackles, a sack, and had his first career touchdown on a 34-yard interception from Minnesota Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper, Brooks made his fifth consecutive Pro Bowl in 2001 after recording 112 tackles and three interceptions. Brooks best season came in 2002, during that year he was named NFL Defensive Player of the Year by the Associated Press and helped the Buccaneers win the franchises first Super Bowl. He made his sixth consecutive Pro Bowl and was a first team All-Pro selection for the third time, for the season he had 117 tackles, a sack, five interceptions, and returned a NFL record, for a linebacker, four touchdowns