Preston's Playbook is a community outreach program focused on promoting excellence in education, a healthy lifestyle, and a respectful attitude amongst youth of all ages. It was launched in October 2017, with the help of college teammate, Justin Gilmore. Preston's Playbook executes his strategy through a variety of endeavors to encourage youths to master life skills and "Go Pro" wherever their God-given gifts and abilities lead them. His personal game plan of hard work, teamwork, dedication and staying out of trouble serves as an example.

"There are many personal attributes that one can write about to describe him. However, there is one single character trait that really defines him..."big hearted." Preston strongly desires to see all those around him succeed in life. He will go the extra mile to help people achieve their ambitions, even if that means personal sacrifice. He understands, recognizes, and often speaks of the support he has had, throughout his sports career. Had it not been for this support and encouragement he received from "big hearted people," then he would not be in the position he is in today. Many people talk about giving back and I can confidently say that Preston "lives" this every day, as he spends many hours, as well as personal money, to support others. Being big hearted and giving back is more than just a responsibility to Preston. No, to him, it defines who you are, which is why he goes to great efforts to do it."  ~ Michael Hairston


Niagara-Wheatfield Football Game

Growing up, Preston Brown wanted to be a football player like his father. Now that he’s established himself in the NFL, Preston Brown seeks to emulate Mike Brown, the educator.

“My father’s a phys. ed. teacher and a football coach, ” the Bills linebacker said. "So I want to find ways to give back to the kids in the community."


WBFO story on urban teacher academy

We are proud to say one of our education stories caught the attention of Buffalo Bills linebacker Preston Brown. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley received an email from Brown's mother, Patrice Brown, December 12th, station a story on the Urban Teacher Academy was "heartfelt" and as a result of hearing our coverage, her son is adopting the inaugural freshman class. 


preston brown Leads hometown huddle

The Bills teamed up with the American Dairy Association Northeast with the Fuel Up to Play 60 program and the United Way once again to host the annual Hometown Huddle event, which featured an NFL Flag Clinic event at Nathaniel Rochester Community School #3.  Aiming to help kids eat healthy and exercise regularly, Bills linebacker Preston Brown, led a group of fourth and fifth graders through a variety of football drills, while discussing important nutritional habits.