|Position:||Defensive back/Return specialist|
|Born:||May 5, 1947|
Houston, Texas, U.S.
|NFL Draft:||1969 / Round: 2 / Pick: 51|
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Tommy Marshall Maxwell (born May 5, 1947) is a former American football player. After playing college football at Texas A&M, he spent six seasons playing in the NFL. In his second season, he helped the Baltimore Colts win Super Bowl V.
He is the founder of Coaches Outreach, a non-profit Christian organization that aims to spiritually develop high school coaches and their spouses.
Maxwell lettered in football at Texas A&M from 1966–68. In the 1967 season, he helped the Aggie team win a Southwest Conference (SWC) title after a 0–4 start. The Aggies were invited to play the Cotton Bowl Classic, in which they defeated Alabama. He was also named a first-team All-SWC wide receiver in the same season. and a first-team All-American defensive back in 1968. In the 1969 NFL Draft, he was picked by the Baltimore Colts in the second round (51st overall).
A career-ending neck injury forced Maxwell to retire after the 1974 season.