Having played for a legendary coach like Bob Paroli, Joe Horn was able to develop his football skills and stood out as a quarterback, tailback, and wide receiver. But despite his successes everywhere else on the field, Horn was actually voted to the Mid-South 4A All-Star team as a punter.
Horn’s professional football career began in 1995 with the Memphis Mad Dogs of the Canadian Football League, where he led the team in receptions and receiving yards. In 1996, he entered the ranks of the NFL after being drafted in the fifth round by the Kansas City Chiefs. In 2000, he joined the New Orleans Saints as a free agent, where he has been selected to the Pro Bowl four out of his six years with the team. Horn also holds franchise records for receiving yards, receiving touchdowns, and receiving games. His 1,399 receiving yards in 2004 was the second most in the league.
**Joe Horn Speaker**
Aside from his stellar football career, another perfect Joe Horn speaker topic is his support of the victims of Hurricane Katrina. He served as the representative of the team in many community events in the wake of the tragedy.
**Joe Horn Appearance**
A Joe Horn appearance is known for his particular style of dress, which earned him the nickname “Hollywood” with his Saints teammates.
**Joe Horn Endorsement**
With his distinct style and his distinguished record of community service, a Joe Horn endorsement is an opportunity to partner with a star athlete who also has the support, admiration, and trust of the fans.
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