Patrick Murray’s upbringing, and connection to County Monaghan, have fueled much of his success both on and off the field. He grew up kicking points in St. Tiernach’s Park in Clones and eventually transitioned those skills into kicking field goals in the National Football League.
Patrick spent 6 years in the NFL playing primarily for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Cleveland Browns. While much success was had on the field, Patrick knew that football was not going to be the last career he had. While playing, he completed his MBA, and prepared for a life off the field where he could put his degrees earned at Fordham University and Indiana University to use. Patrick currently works as a director at Bramshill Investments, a large asset manager based in Florida but still keeps his ties to New York and Ireland close to him.
Patrick stays involved philanthropically with many charities including The Ireland Funds chapter in Naples, FL, and initiatives focused on growing Irish-American business connections abroad. Most importantly, Patrick is a devoted family man dedicated to his wife, daughter, and soon-to-be-born son.