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Mark Robert Rypien (born October 2, 1962) is a former professional football quarterback. He was drafted by the Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
of the National Football League
National Football League
(NFL) in the 6th round of the 1986 NFL draft. He is the first Canadian-born quarterback to start in the NFL and win the Super Bowl
Super Bowl
MVP award, doing so in Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XXVI.

Contents

1 Early years 2 Professional career 3 NASCAR 4 Passing statistics 5 Personal life 6 See also 7 References 8 Sources 9 External links

Early years[edit] Born in Calgary, Alberta, Rypien moved to the United States
United States
in 1965 and was raised in Spokane, Washington. He was a star three-sport athlete at Shadle Park High School, and led the Highlanders to the state title in basketball as a senior in 1981.[1] All three of his varsity numbers (football, basketball, and baseball) were later retired by the school.[2][3] He accepted a football scholarship to Washington State University in Pullman,[4] and joined the Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta
fraternity. A knee injury in spring drills in 1982 redshirted him for that season[5] and he nearly left football and WSU in November 1983.[6][7] After a good showing as a late replacement to the roster in the Senior Bowl,[8] he was selected by the Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
in the sixth round of the 1986 NFL Draft, the 146th overall pick and the eighth quarterback selected. Professional career[edit]

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Rypien spent his first two years as a professional on the Redskins' injured reserved list, first with a bad knee in 1986, then a bad back in 1987. He watched from the sidelines as the Redskins won Super Bowl XXII under coach Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs
in January 1988 behind the quarterbacking of veteran Doug Williams.[citation needed] Rypien became the second stringer after Jay Schroeder, who had lost his job to Williams late in the 1987 season, was traded to the Los Angeles Raiders. In Week 4 against the newly relocated Phoenix Cardinals, Rypien got his first chance to start for an injured Williams and threw for 303 yards and two touchdowns in a 30-21 loss. In six starts, he went 3-3 and he appeared in nine games overall, including a four-touchdown game in a rematch against the Cardinals. He threw for 1,730 yards in those games and finished with three more touchdowns than Williams had, by a count of 18 to 15.[citation needed] Named the starter for 1989 ahead of the injured and aging Williams, Rypien emerged as a star quarterback as he threw for 3,768 yards with 22 touchdowns and led the Redskins to a 10-6 record. The team missed the playoffs but Rypien received a bid as an injury replacement for Joe Montana
Joe Montana
and Don Majkowski
Don Majkowski
in that year's Pro Bowl
Pro Bowl
(NFC coach John Robinson elected to bring only one injury replacement for his intended starter and #2 quarterback).[citation needed] Rypien was best known for his phenomenal accuracy as a deep passer,[9][10]</ref> https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1755&dat=19940416&id=JLIcAAAAIBAJ&sjid=WnwEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6811,659462</ref> A running joke among sportswriters in Washington was that Rypien could only throw "ducks" in a ten-yard game of catch going during warmups, but threw such a beautiful, accurate deep ball that from sixty yards away, he could play catch with someone sitting down. According to former head coach Joe Gibbs, "Rypien's sideline throws would wobble and didn't look all that pretty. But that man could seriously throw the deep stuff."[11] A 1992 Sport Magazine article touted him as one of the best deep passers ever. 1991 was Rypien's best season; he threw for 3,564 yards and 28 touchdowns with 11 interceptions, leading the Redskins to Super Bowl XXVI after recording a 14-2 regular season record. He was named the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the game, passing for 292 yards and 2 touchdowns and leading his team to a 37-24 win over the Buffalo Bills. Rypien, a native of Calgary, Alberta, became the first foreign-born player to earn the honor. Rypien was named to the Pro Bowl
Pro Bowl
in both 1989 and 1991.[citation needed] Rypien was one of several players to benefit from the team's success following their championship season. The Redskins signed him to a 3-year, $9 million deal entering the 1992 season. However, the team battled age and injuries and finished the regular season with a 9–7 record, barely making the playoffs. His passing yardage was a respectable 3,282 yards, but his passer rating fell from 97.9 in 1991 to 71.7 in 1992 and his interceptions outnumbered his touchdowns 17 to 13. Although a dominant team performance in the playoffs brought victory over the Minnesota Vikings
Minnesota Vikings
in an NFC Wild Card away game, the Redskins eventually lost on a rainy, muddy field in a bruising game vs. the San Francisco 49ers, and the Rypien era was essentially over. Under new Head Coach Richie Petitbon, Rypien had his best training camp in 1993 and expectations were high following a Monday Night win over the defending Super Bowl
Super Bowl
Champion Dallas Cowboys. However, Rypien injured his knee in Week 2 against the Arizona Cardinals
Arizona Cardinals
and the team began a precipitous slide toward a 4–12 season finish.[citation needed] When he was healthy enough to return, Rypien performed spot duty, sharing time with the newly acquired Rich Gannon. The Redskins hired Norv Turner
Norv Turner
as their head coach in 1994. Rypien participated in offseason workouts, but the team released him from his contract. He went on to become a backup, serving with the Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
in 1994, the St. Louis Rams
St. Louis Rams
in 1995 and 1997, and the Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles
in 1996. He signed with the Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
for the 1998 season but never made it to Atlanta. His son's death from a malignant brain tumor that August caused Rypien to leave the game (although he would return in 2001 for a stint with the Colts).[12] He would return to football with the Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts
in 2001. His last touchdown pass came in relief of Eagles quarterback Ty Detmer, an 8-yarder to Irving Fryar with five seconds remaining in a 37-10 loss to the Colts. In August 2002, Rypien was signed by the Seattle Seahawks as a backup quarterback, played in two preseason games and finished 13-of-21 passing for 97 yards, but was cut early in September. His last professional game was on June 10, 2006; as part of a promotional gig, Rypien played one game for the Rochester Raiders
Rochester Raiders
of the Great Lakes Indoor Football League.[citation needed] In 11 NFL seasons, Rypien completed 1,466 of 2,613 passes for 18,473 yards and 115 touchdowns, with 88 interceptions. He rushed 127 times for 166 yards and 8 touchdowns.[citation needed] NASCAR[edit] Main article: Ppc Racing Rypien had a brief stint in NASCAR
NASCAR
racing as a team owner, and was the original owner of the 2004 Nextel Cup
Nextel Cup
championship-winning No. 97 team driven by Kurt Busch, having sold it to Jack Roush's Roush Racing
Roush Racing
in 1997.[13] Passing statistics[edit]

Year Team GP GS Att Com Pct Yds TD Int Rate

1988 Washington Redskins 9 6 208 114 54.8 1,730 18 13 85.2

1989 Washington Redskins 14 14 476 280 58.8 3,768 22 13 88.1

1990 Washington Redskins 10 10 304 166 54.6 2,070 16 11 78.4

1991 Washington Redskins 16 16 421 249 59.1 3,564 28 11 97.9

1992 Washington Redskins 16 16 479 269 56.2 3,282 13 17 71.7

1993 Washington Redskins 12 10 319 166 52.0 1,514 4 10 56.3

1994 Cleveland Browns 6 3 128 59 46.1 694 4 3 63.7

1995 St. Louis Rams 11 3 217 129 59.4 1,448 9 8 77.9

1996 Philadelphia Eagles 1 0 13 10 76.9 76 1 0 116.2

1997 St. Louis Rams 5 0 39 19 48.7 270 0 2 50.2

2001 Indianapolis Colts 4 0 9 5 55.6 57 0 0 74.8

Totals

104 78 2,613 1,466  56.1  18,473 115  88  78.9

Key to Abbreviations GP= Games Played GS= Games Started Att= Passes attempted Com= Passes Completed Pct= Completion percentage Yds= Yards TD= Touchdowns Int= Interceptions Rate= Passer rating Personal life[edit] On June 8, 2006, Rypien was inducted into the National Polish-American Sports Hall of Fame.[14] Rypien's cousin, Rick Rypien, was a member of the Winnipeg Jets
Winnipeg Jets
of the NHL before the latter's August 15, 2011 death.[15][16] Former NHL player, Shane Churla, also is Rypien's cousin.[17] In the fall of 2015, his nephew, Brett Rypien, became the starting quarterback for the Boise State Broncos football
Boise State Broncos football
team as a true freshman.[18] Rypien's daughter, Angela, played the 2011 season for the Seattle Mist of the Lingerie Football League; she currently is playing for the LFL's Baltimore Charm.[19][20] An avid golfer, Rypien has been known to participate in charity tournaments at various locations across the nation. He has played in one PGA Tour
PGA Tour
event ( Kemper Open
Kemper Open
in 1992),[21][22][23] and one Web.com Tour event (Buy.com Tri-Cities Open in 2000), and missed the 36-hole cut by a substantial margin both times.[23] He has been a regular competitor at the American Century Championship, the annual competition at Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe
to determine the best golfers among American sports and entertainment celebrities. Rypien won the inaugural event in 1990,[24] and won his second crown 24 years later in 2014;[25] he has a total of eleven top ten finishes.[26] Televised by NBC in July, the tournament is played at Edgewood Tahoe Golf Course in Stateline, Nevada.[citation needed] See also[edit]

Biography portal

List of NFL quarterbacks who have passed for 400 or more yards in a game List of 300-Yard Passing Games by NFL Quarterbacks

References[edit]

^ Weaver, Dan (September 18, 1990). "Rypien: local ties are important..." Spokane Chronicle. p. C1.  ^ Blanchette, John (May 16, 1992). "Rypien keeps Shadle close to his heart". Spokesman-Review. p. C1.  ^ " Shadle Park High School
Shadle Park High School
of Spokane retires Rypien's three numbers". Sarasota Herald. May 18, 1992. p. 3C.  ^ Van Sickel, Charlie (December 5, 1980). "Rypien goes for Cougars". Spokane Daily Chronicle. p. 27.  ^ Van Sickel, Charlie (May 7, 1982). "Knee shelves Rypien". Spokemsan-Review. p. 29.  ^ Devlin, Vince (November 3, 1983). "Rypien welcome to return". Spokesman-Review. p. 31.  ^ Weaver, Dan (November 8, 1983). "Rypien will remain a Cougar". Spokesman-Review. p. 19.  ^ Shearer, Ed (January 19, 1986). "Rypien helps self with Senior Bowl showing". Bowling Green (KY) Daily News. Associated Press. p. 11-A.  ^ http://espn.go.com/blog/nflnation/tag/_/name/mark-rypien ^ George, Thomas (January 13, 1992). "PRO FOOTBALL; Rypien Savors A Special
Special
Moment". The New York Times. Retrieved May 12, 2010.  ^ [http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2006/dec/22/20061222-124633-6818r/?page=2 Quote by Joe Gibbs[, The Washington Times; accessed February 5, 2018. ^ Klancnik, Rudy, "After son's death, Rypien devoting life to foundation", ESPN Sports News; accessed February 5, 2018. ^ Pockrass, Bob (January 31, 2014). "NFL and NASCAR: Former NFL stars who dabbled in stock-car racing". Sporting News. Archived from the original on May 22, 2013. Retrieved March 2, 2014.  ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20131021092316/http://polishsportshof.com/inductees/football/mark-rypien. Archived from the original on 2013-10-21.  Missing or empty title= (help) ^ " Rick Rypien
Rick Rypien
found dead in his home". CBSSports.com. Retrieved August 16, 2011.  ^ Boren, Cindy. " Rick Rypien
Rick Rypien
suspended indefinitely by NHL for fight with fan". The Washington Post. Retrieved August 16, 2011.  ^ Molnari, David (December 26, 1993). "Everything Is Relative - Or So It Seems". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved August 16, 2011.  ^ Frei, Terry. "Colorado State no match for Boise State, lose in blowout". Denver Post. Retrieved October 11, 2015.  ^ Boren, Cindy (May 11, 2011). "Mark Rypien's daughter to quarterback a Lingerie league team". The Washington Post. Retrieved August 16, 2011.  ^ Patrick Seitz (2011-07-30). " Lingerie Football League
Lingerie Football League
needs stars". Tech-media-tainment. Retrieved 2012-04-22. For season three, the LFL has two stars in the making: Seattle Mist
Seattle Mist
quarterback Angela Rypien, the daughter of Super Bowl
Super Bowl
MVP quarterback Mark Rypien, and Toronto Triumph linebacker Krista Ford, niece of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and daughter of City Councillor Doug Ford. They’re relatives of sports and political figures, so that gives news writers a hook to cover the games. So far, the LFL has gotten scant coverage from the mainstream media, which treats it like a peep show. Adding stars can only help the fledgling league.  ^ "Rypien gets invitation to Kemper". Free Lance-Star. Fredericksburg, Virginia. wire reports. March 31, 1992. p. B1.  ^ "Rypien gets strokes from fans". Spokane Chronicle. Washington. wire reports. May 29, 1992. p. C3.  ^ a b Ginsburg, David (May 30, 1992). "Rypien misses Kemper cut". Kentucky New Era. Hopkinsville, KY. Associated Press. p. 2B.  ^ "Rypien dodges blitz, wins $75,000". Spokane Chronicle. Spokane, Washington. Associated Press. July 16, 1990. p. C3.  ^ " Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
wins American Century title". ESPN.com. Associated Press. July 20, 2014. Retrieved July 16, 2017.  ^ Tahoe Celebrity Golf Tournament website

Sources[edit]

Associated Press
Associated Press
(2007-01-22). "Manning to have X-rays, should play in Super Bowl". ESPN.com. Retrieved 2007-01-22. 

External links[edit]

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Preceded by First winner American Century Celebrity Golf Classic
American Century Celebrity Golf Classic
champion 1990 Succeeded by Rick Rhoden

Preceded by Billy Joe Tolliver American Century Celebrity Golf Classic
American Century Celebrity Golf Classic
champion 2014 Succeeded by Mark Mulder

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Washington State Cougars starting quarterbacks

Bill Sewell Jack Wigmore (1969–70) Ty Paine (1970–72) Chuck Peck (1973–74) Wally Bennett (1974) John Hopkins (1975–76) Jack Thompson (1975–78) Steve Grant (1979) Samoa Samoa (1980) Clete Casper (1981–82) Ricky Turner (1981–83) Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
(1983–85) Ed Blount (1986) Timm Rosenbach (1986–88) Brad Gossen (1989–90) Aaron Garcia (1989–90) Drew Bledsoe
Drew Bledsoe
(1990–92) Mike Pattinson (1993) Chad DeGrenier (1993) Shawn Deeds (1993) Chad Davis (1994–95) Ryan Leaf (1995–97) Paul Mencke (1998–99) Steve Birnbaum (1998–99) Jason Gesser (1999–2002) Matt Kegel (2000–03) Josh Swogger (2003–04) Alex Brink (2004–07) Gary Rogers (2008) Marshall Lobbestael (2008–09, 2011) Kevin Lopina (2008–09) Jeff Tuel
Jeff Tuel
(2009–12) Connor Halliday (2011–2014) Luke Falk (2014–2017) Tyler Hilinski
Tyler Hilinski
(2017)

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
1986 NFL Draft selections

Markus Koch Walter Murray Alvin Walton Ravin Caldwell Mark Rypien Jim Huddleston Rick Badanjek Kurt Gouveia Wayne Asberry Kenny Fells Eric Yarber

Draft years 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1950 AAFC 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XXII champions

6 Ali Haji-Sheikh 10 Jay Schroeder 11 Mark Rypien 12 Steve Cox 17 Doug Williams (MVP) 23 Todd Bowles 24 Kelvin Bryant 26 Craig McEwen 28 Darrell Green 29 Reggie Branch 30 Anthony Allen 31 Clarence Vaughn 32 Vernon Dean 34 Brian Davis 35 Keith Griffin 36 Timmy Smith 38 George Rogers 40 Alvin Walton 41 Tim Morrison 45 Barry Wilburn 46 Dennis Woodberry 50 Ravin Caldwell 51 Monte Coleman 52 Neal Olkewicz 53 Jeff Bostic 54 Kurt Gouveia 55 Mel Kaufman 57 Rich Milot 58 David Jones 61 Rick Kehr 63 Raleigh McKenzie 64 Steve Hamilton 65 Dave Butz 66 Joe Jacoby 67 Kit Lathrop 68 Russ Grimm 69 R. C. Thielemann 71 Charles Mann 72 Dexter Manley 73 Mark May 74 Markus Koch 76 Ed Simmons 77 Darryl Grant 78 Dean Hamel 80 Eric Yarber 81 Art Monk 82 Anthony Jones 83 Ricky Sanders 84 Gary Clark 85 Don Warren 86 Clint Didier 87 Terry Orr 88 Joe Caravello 89 Clarence Verdin

Head coach: Joe Gibbs

Coaches: Chuck Banker Don Breaux Joe Bugel Joe Diange Dan Henning Bill Hickman Paul Lanham Larry Peccatiello Richie Petitbon Jerry Rhome Dan Riley Warren Simmons Charley Taylor Emmitt Thomas LaVern Torgeson

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Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
Super Bowl
Super Bowl
XXVI champions

2 Kelly Goodburn 6 Cary Conklin (IR) 8 Chip Lohmiller 10 Jeff Rutledge 11 Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
(MVP) 16 Stan Humphries 20 Alvoid Mays 21 Earnest Byner 26 Danny Copeland 27 Brad Edwards 28 Darrell Green 30 Brian Mitchell 31 Clarence Vaughn 32 Ricky Ervins 34 Terry Hoage 35 Martin Mayhew 37 Gerald Riggs 40 Alvin Walton 45 Sidney Johnson 47 A. J. Johnson 48 Travis Curtis 50 Ravin Caldwell 51 Monte Coleman 53 Jeff Bostic 54 Kurt Gouveia 55 Andre Collins 57 Matt Millen 58 Wilber Marshall 60 Fred Stokes 61 Mark Adickes 62 Ralph Tamm 63 Raleigh McKenzie 65 Mohammed Elewonibi (IR) 66 Joe Jacoby 67 Ray Brown 68 Russ Grimm 69 Mark Schlereth 71 Charles Mann 74 Markus Koch 75 Eric Williams 76 Ed Simmons 78 Tim Johnson 79 Jim Lachey 80 Keenan McCardell (IR) 80 Joe Johnson 81 Art Monk 82 John Brandes 83 Ricky Sanders 84 Gary Clark 85 Don Warren 86 Stephen Hobbs 87 Ron Middleton 88 James Jenkins 88 Jimmie Johnson 89 Terry Orr 94 Bobby Wilson 97 Jumpy Geathers 99 Jason Buck

Head coach: Joe Gibbs

Coaches: Don Breaux Jack Burns Bobby DePaul Rod Dowhower Jim Hanifan Larry Peccatiello Richie Petitbon Dan Riley Wayne Sevier Warren Simmons Charley Taylor Emmitt Thomas LaVern Torgeson Steve Wetzel

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Super Bowl
Super Bowl
MVP Award

I: Starr II: Starr III: Namath IV: Dawson V: Howley VI: Staubach VII: Scott VIII: Csonka IX: Harris X: Swann XI: Biletnikoff XII : Martin & White XIII: Bradshaw XIV: Bradshaw XV: Plunkett XVI: Montana XVII: Riggins XVIII: Allen XIX: Montana XX: Dent XXI: Simms XXII: Williams XXIII: Rice XXIV: Montana XXV: Anderson XXVI: Rypien XXVII: Aikman XXVIII: E. Smith XXIX: Young XXX: Brown XXXI: Howard XXXII: Davis XXXIII: Elway XXXIV: Warner XXXV: Lewis XXXVI: Brady XXXVII: Jackson XXXVIII: Brady XXXIX: Branch XL: Ward XLI: P. Manning XLII: E. Manning XLIII: Holmes XLIV: Brees XLV: Rodgers XLVI: E. Manning XLVII: Flacco XLVIII: M. Smith XLIX: Brady 50: Miller LI: Brady LII: Foles

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Super Bowl
Super Bowl
champion starting quarterbacks

I: Starr II: Starr III: Namath IV: Dawson V: Unitas VI: Staubach VII: Griese VIII: Griese IX: Bradshaw X: Bradshaw XI: Stabler XII: Staubach XIII: Bradshaw XIV: Bradshaw XV: Plunkett XVI: Montana XVII: Theismann XVIII: Plunkett XIX: Montana XX: McMahon XXI: Simms XXII: Williams XXIII: Montana XXIV: Montana XXV: Hostetler XXVI: Rypien XXVII: Aikman XXVIII: Aikman XXIX: Young XXX: Aikman XXXI: Favre XXXII: Elway XXXIII: Elway XXXIV: Warner XXXV: Dilfer XXXVI: Brady XXXVII: Johnson XXXVIII: Brady XXXIX: Brady XL: Roethlisberger XLI: P. Manning XLII: E. Manning XLIII: Roethlisberger XLIV: Brees XLV: Rodgers XLVI: E. Manning XLVII: Flacco XLVIII: Wilson XLIX: Brady 50: P. Manning LI: Brady LII: Foles

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70 Greatest Redskins

21 Terry Allen RB 1995–98 41 Mike Bass CB 1969–75 20 Cliff Battles B 1932–37 33 Sammy Baugh
Sammy Baugh
QB 1937–52 31 Don Bosseler B 1957–64 53 Jeff Bostic
Jeff Bostic
C 1980–93 4 Mike Bragg P 1968–79 80 Gene Brito
Gene Brito
DE 1951–53, 1955–58 43 Larry Brown RB 1969–76 77 Bill Brundige DE 1970–77 65 Dave Butz DT 1975–88 21 Earnest Byner RB 1989–93 84 Gary Clark WR 1985–92 51 Monte Coleman
Monte Coleman
LB 1979–94 53 Al DeMao
Al DeMao
C 1945–53 36 Chuck Drazenovich
Chuck Drazenovich
LB 1950–59 35 Bill Dudley RB 1950–51, 1953 17 Turk Edwards T 1932–40 44 Andy Farkas FB 1938–44 37 Pat Fischer CB 1968–77 28 Darrell Green
Darrell Green
CB 1983–2002 68 Russ Grimm
Russ Grimm
G 1981–91 55 Chris Hanburger LB 1965–78 57 Ken Harvey LB 1994–98 56 Len Hauss C 1964–77 27 Ken Houston S 1973–80 70 Sam Huff LB 1964–67, 1969 66 Joe Jacoby T/G 1981–93 47 Dick James RB 1955–63 9 Sonny Jurgensen
Sonny Jurgensen
QB 1964–74 22 Charlie Justice RB 1950, 1952–54 17 Billy Kilmer QB 1971–78 26 Paul Krause
Paul Krause
DB 1964–67 79 Jim Lachey T 1988–95 14 Eddie LeBaron
Eddie LeBaron
QB 1952–53, 1955–59 72 Dexter Manley DE 1981–89 71 Charles Mann DE 1983–93 58 Wilber Marshall LB 1988–92 73 Mark May
Mark May
T 1981–89 79 Ron McDole DE 1971–78 63 Raleigh McKenzie
Raleigh McKenzie
G 1985–94 53 Harold McLinton LB 1969–78 40 Wayne Millner E 1936–41, 1945 49 Bobby Mitchell FL 1962–68 30 Brian Mitchell RB 1990–99 81 Art Monk
Art Monk
WR 1980–93 3 Mark Moseley
Mark Moseley
K 1974–86 29 Mark Murphy S 1977–84 21 Mike Nelms
Mike Nelms
KR 1980–84 52 Neal Olkewicz LB 1979–89 23 Brig Owens LB 1966–77 65 Vince Promuto G 1960–70 44 John Riggins
John Riggins
RB 1976–79, 1981–85 11 Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
QB 1987–93 83 Ricky Sanders
Ricky Sanders
WR 1986–93 76 Ed Simmons T 1987–93 87 Jerry Smith TE 1965–77 60 Dick Stanfel
Dick Stanfel
G 1956–58 74 George Starke T 1973–84 72 Diron Talbert DT 1971–80 84 Hugh (Bones) Taylor E 1947–54 42 Charley Taylor WR 1964–77 7 Joe Theismann
Joe Theismann
QB 1974–85 67 Rusty Tillman LB 1970–77 85 Don Warren TE 1979–92 25 Joe Washington RB 1981–84 17 Doug Williams QB 1986–89

Coaches

George Allen Head Coach 1971–77 Ray Flaherty
Ray Flaherty
Head Coach 1936–42 Joe Gibbs
Joe Gibbs
Head Coach 1981–92

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Boston Braves / Boston Redskins / Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins
starting quarterbacks

Hank Hughes (1932) Jim Musick (1933) Steve Hokuf (1934) Pug Rentner (1934–1935) Bill Shepherd (1935) Eddie Britt (1936) Ed Smith (1936) Sammy Baugh
Sammy Baugh
(1937–1952) Bill Hartman (1938) Frank Filchock (1938–1939, 1941, 1944) Jim German (1939) Roy Zimmerman (1942) George Cafego
George Cafego
(1943) Jim Youel (1946–1947) Jack Jacobs (1946) Tommy Mont
Tommy Mont
(1948) Harry Gilmer
Harry Gilmer
(1949–1951) Eddie LeBaron
Eddie LeBaron
(1952–1953, 1955–1959) Jack Scarbath (1953–1954) Al Dorow (1954–1956) Ralph Guglielmi
Ralph Guglielmi
(1955, 1958–1960) Eagle Day (1960) Norm Snead (1961–1963) Sonny Jurgensen
Sonny Jurgensen
(1964–1974) Dick Shiner (1965) Jim Ninowski (1968) Billy Kilmer (1971–1978) Randy Johnson (1975) Joe Theismann
Joe Theismann
(1976–1985) Mike Kruczek (1980) Jay Schroeder
Jay Schroeder
(1985–1987) Ed Rubbert (1987) Doug Williams (1987–1989) Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
(1988–1993) Stan Humphries (1990) Jeff Rutledge (1990) Rich Gannon
Rich Gannon
(1993) Cary Conklin (1993) Heath Shuler
Heath Shuler
(1994–1995) John Friesz (1994) Gus Frerotte
Gus Frerotte
(1994–1998) Jeff Hostetler
Jeff Hostetler
(1997) Trent Green
Trent Green
(1998) Brad Johnson (1999–2000) Jeff George (2000–2001) Tony Banks (2001) Shane Matthews (2002) Patrick Ramsey
Patrick Ramsey
(2002–2005) Danny Wuerffel
Danny Wuerffel
(2002) Tim Hasselbeck (2003) Mark Brunell
Mark Brunell
(2004–2006) Jason Campbell
Jason Campbell
(2006–2009) Todd Collins (2007) Donovan McNabb
Donovan McNabb
(2010) Rex Grossman
Rex Grossman
(2010–2011) John Beck (2011) Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III
(2012–2014) Kirk Cousins
Kirk Cousins
(2012–present) Colt McCoy
Colt McCoy
(2014)

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Cleveland Browns
Cleveland Browns
starting quarterbacks

Cliff Lewis (1946–1947, 1949) Otto Graham
Otto Graham
(1946–1955) George Ratterman
George Ratterman
(1953–1956) Babe Parilli
Babe Parilli
(1956) Tommy O'Connell
Tommy O'Connell
(1956–1957) Milt Plum (1957–1961) Len Dawson
Len Dawson
(1961) Jim Ninowski (1962–1963, 1965) Frank Ryan (1962–1968) Gary Lane (1967) Bill Nelsen (1968–1972) Mike Phipps
Mike Phipps
(1970–1976) Don Gault (1970) Brian Sipe
Brian Sipe
(1974–1983) Will Cureton (1975) Dave Mays (1977) Terry Luck (1977) Paul McDonald (1982–1984) Gary Danielson
Gary Danielson
(1985–1988) Bernie Kosar
Bernie Kosar
(1985–1993) Jeff Christensen (1987) Mike Pagel (1988, 1990) Don Strock (1988) Mike Tomczak (1992) Todd Philcox (1992–1993) Vinny Testaverde
Vinny Testaverde
(1993–1995) Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
(1994) Eric Zeier
Eric Zeier
(1995) Ty Detmer
Ty Detmer
(1999) Tim Couch (1999–2003) Doug Pederson
Doug Pederson
(2000) Spergon Wynn (2000) Kelly Holcomb (2002–2004) Jeff Garcia
Jeff Garcia
(2004) Luke McCown
Luke McCown
(2004) Trent Dilfer
Trent Dilfer
(2005) Charlie Frye
Charlie Frye
(2005–2007) Derek Anderson (2006–2009) Brady Quinn
Brady Quinn
(2008–2009) Ken Dorsey
Ken Dorsey
(2008) Bruce Gradkowski
Bruce Gradkowski
(2008) Jake Delhomme
Jake Delhomme
(2010) Seneca Wallace
Seneca Wallace
(2010–2011) Colt McCoy
Colt McCoy
(2010–2011) Brandon Weeden
Brandon Weeden
(2012–2013) Thad Lewis
Thad Lewis
(2012) Brian Hoyer
Brian Hoyer
(2013–2014) Jason Campbell
Jason Campbell
(2013) Johnny Manziel
Johnny Manziel
(2014–2015) Connor Shaw
Connor Shaw
(2014) Josh McCown
Josh McCown
(2015–2016) Austin Davis
Austin Davis
(2015) Robert Griffin III
Robert Griffin III
(2016) Cody Kessler
Cody Kessler
(2016) DeShone Kizer
DeShone Kizer
(2017) Kevin Hogan
Kevin Hogan
(2017)

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Cleveland / St. Louis / Los Angeles Rams starting quarterbacks

Bob Snyder (1937) Parker Hall (1939–1942) Jack Jacobs (1942) Albie Reisz (1944) Bob Waterfield
Bob Waterfield
(1945–1952) Jim Hardy
Jim Hardy
(1948) Norm Van Brocklin
Norm Van Brocklin
(1950–1957) Bill Wade
Bill Wade
(1954, 1956, 1958–1960) Frank Ryan (1959–1961) Buddy Humphrey (1960) Zeke Bratkowski
Zeke Bratkowski
(1961–1963) Roman Gabriel (1962–1972) Ron Miller (1962) Terry Baker (1963) Bill Munson (1964–1965) Pete Beathard (1972) John Hadl (1973–1974) James Harris (1974–1976) Ron Jaworski
Ron Jaworski
(1975–1976) Pat Haden
Pat Haden
(1976–1981) Joe Namath
Joe Namath
(1977) Vince Ferragamo
Vince Ferragamo
(1979–1980, 1982–1984) Jeff Rutledge (1979) Dan Pastorini
Dan Pastorini
(1981) Bert Jones (1982) Jeff Kemp (1984–1985) Dieter Brock (1985) Steve Bartkowski (1986) Steve Dils (1986–1987) Jim Everett
Jim Everett
(1986–1993) T. J. Rubley (1993) Chris Miller (1994–1995) Chris Chandler
Chris Chandler
(1994, 2004) Mark Rypien
Mark Rypien
(1995) Tony Banks (1996–1998) Steve Walsh (1996) Steve Bono
Steve Bono
(1998) Kurt Warner
Kurt Warner
(1999–2003) Trent Green
Trent Green
(2000, 2008) Marc Bulger
Marc Bulger
(2002–2009) Jamie Martin (2002, 2005) Scott Covington (2002) Ryan Fitzpatrick
Ryan Fitzpatrick
(2005) Gus Frerotte
Gus Frerotte
(2007) Brock Berlin (2007) Kyle Boller
Kyle Boller
(2009) Keith Null (2009) Sam Bradford
Sam Bradford
(2010–2013) A. J. Feeley
A. J. Feeley
(2011) Kellen Clemens
Kellen Clemens
(2011, 2013) Shaun Hill
Shaun Hill
(2014) Austin Davis
Austin Davis
(2014) Nick Foles
Nick Foles
(2015) Case Keenum
Case Keenum
(2015–2016) Jared Goff
Jared Goff
(2016–present) Sean Ma

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