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San Francisco 49ers safety Ji’Ayir Brown, Trenton native, honored with Key to the City

Ji’Ayir Brown of the 49ers, the pride of Trenton, gets the keys to the city


Ji’Ayir Brown of the 49ers, the pride of Trenton, gets the keys to the city

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TRENTON, NJ (CBS) – San Francisco 49ers safety Ji’Ayir Brown, a graduate of Trenton Central High School received the keys to the city of Trenton on Monday.

The New Jersey capital honored Brown, who also goes by the nickname “Tig,” during a ceremony Monday on the steps of Trenton City Hall.

A banner hanging from City Hall read “Congratulations Ji’Ayir Brown on dreams fulfilled… we are proud of you!” The banner was flanked by gold balloons with Brown’s No. 27.

Trenton gave the keys to the city to a hometown hero who made a Super Bowl appearance in his rookie season.

“God has been amazing in my life, I have been blessed with so much,” Brown said. “From my family, all of you, my family, everyone here is my family, to my athletic ability.”

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Speakers, including Brown’s high school coach, mentioned multiple accolades in his career, including winning defensive MVP at the Rose Bowl and his interception of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl LVIII.

Brown played three years at Penn State before the 49ers took him in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft.

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