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Spergon Wynn III (born August 10, 1978) is a former American and Canadian football quarterback. He was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the sixth round of the 2000 NFL Draft. He played college football at Southwest Texas State. Wynn also played for the Amsterdam Admirals, Minnesota Vikings, BC Lions, Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts.

Contents

1 College career

1.1 Statistics

2 Professional career

2.1 Cleveland Browns 2.2 Amsterdam Admirals 2.3 Minnesota Vikings 2.4 BC Lions 2.5 Winnipeg Blue Bombers 2.6 Toronto Argonauts 2.7 Statistics

3 Personal life 4 References 5 External links

College career[edit] Wynn started his college career playing for the Minnesota Golden Gophers of the University of Minnesota, but he transferred to play quarterback for the Southwest Texas State Bobcats of Southwest Texas State University, now known as Texas State University, between 1998 and 1999. In these two years, Wynn piled up 3,497 yards passing, good for sixth on Southwest Texas State's record books. In 1998, Wynn threw for 1,851 yards and 10 touchdowns. In 1999, Wynn was selected to the All-Southland Conference second team after throwing for 1646 yards and 14 touchdowns for the Bobcats. Statistics[edit]

Year Team Passing Rushing

Cmp Att Pct Yds Y/A TD Int Rtg Att Yds Avg TD

1998 Southwest Texas State 173 284 60.9 1,851 6.5 10 6 123.1 – – – –

1999 Southwest Texas State 161 322 50.0 1,646 5.1 14 13 99.2 94 -49 -0.5 3

Career 334 606 55.1 3,497 5.8 24 19 110.4 94 -49 -0.5 3

Professional career[edit] Cleveland Browns[edit] Wynn was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the sixth round (183rd overall) in 2000. He was the last quarterback picked in that draft before New England drafted Tom Brady. Wynn played for the Browns in 2000, seeing action in seven games, including one start – a 48-0 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.[1] With the Browns, Wynn completed 22 of 54 (40.7%) passes for 167 yards, no touchdowns, one interception, and a passer rating of 41.2. Amsterdam Admirals[edit] In the summer of 2001, Wynn was sent to NFL Europe to develop his skills. He started for the Amsterdam Admirals, throwing 14 touchdowns and 2,039 yards. Minnesota Vikings[edit] Following the 2000 season, September 2, 2001, Wynn was traded to the Minnesota Vikings, along with running back Travis Prentice, in exchange for draft picks in the 2002 and 2003 NFL drafts. Wynn was a third string backup to Daunte Culpepper and Todd Bouman in the 2001 and 2002 seasons and played in the last three games of the 2001 season, starting two of them. This was due to season-ending injuries to both Culpepper and Bouman. In the Vikings' next-to-last regular-season game against the Green Bay Packers on December 30, 2001, Wynn threw the only touchdown pass of his NFL career, a 47-yard strike to tight end Byron Chamberlain. BC Lions[edit] After his 2002 stint with the Minnesota Vikings, Wynn made his way north to Canada to play for the BC Lions, completing 67 of 99 passes for 894 yards, 6 touchdowns, and one interception. He also rushed for 2 touchdowns and 145 yards on 36 attempts.[2] Winnipeg Blue Bombers[edit] On April 13, 2005, Wynn was acquired by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for a conditional pick in the 2006 CFL Draft.[3] Toronto Argonauts[edit] Wynn was traded to the Toronto Argonauts on February 22, 2006 for safety Mike Crumb.[4][5] Statistics[edit]

Year Team Games Passing Rushing

Att Comp Pct Yards TD Int Rating Att Yards Avg Long TD

2000 CLE 7 54 22 40.7 167 0 1 41.2 3 15 5.0 11 0

2001 MIN 3 98 48 49.0 418 1 6 38.6 8 61 7.6 14 0

2001 AMS 10 337 193 57.3 2,041 14 9 77.8 31 110 3.5 17 0

2003 BC 18 65 46 70.8 626 4 1 115.3 28 126 4.5 31 1

2004 BC 15 34 21 61.8 268 2 0 106.0 8 19 2.4 9 1

2005 WPG 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2006 TOR 18 147 93 63.3 1,109 5 4 86.2 16 55 3.4 14 1

NFL totals 20 152 70 46.1 585 1 7 39.5 11 76 6.9 14 0

CFL totals 54 246 160 65.0 2,003 11 5 96.6 52 200 3.8 31 3

Personal life[edit] Wynn is currently an energy broker with Amerex Energy in Houston, Texas. He has a son, Spergon IV. References[edit]

^ Doerschuk, Steve. "Browns, Jaguars have a strange history". www.cantonrep.com. Retrieved 1 February 2013.  ^ [1] ^ "Lions trade Wynn to Winnipeg". CBC Sports. April 18, 2005. Retrieved 2009-05-14.  ^ "Bombers acquire Crumb from Argonauts". February 22, 2006. Retrieved 2009-05-14.  ^ "Argos acquire QB Wynn". CBC Sports. February 22, 2006. Retrieved 2009-05-14. 

External links[edit]

Career statistics and player information from NFL.com • ESPN • CBS Sports • Pro-Football-Reference Spergon Wynn at the Canadian Football League at the Wayback Machine (archived 2015-09-30) Spergon Wynn at Yahoo! Sports at the Wayback Machine (archived 2003-02-13) Spergon Wynn at Sports Illustrated at the Wayback Machine (archived 2005-09-13)

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Cleveland Browns 2000 NFL draft selections

Courtney Brown Dennis Northcutt Travis Prentice JaJuan Dawson Lewis Sanders Aaron Shea Anthony Malbrough Lamar Chapman Spergon Wynn Brad Bedell Manuia Savea Eric Chandler Rashidi Barnes

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Cleveland Browns starting quarterbacks

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

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Amsterdam Admirals starting quarterbacks

Jamie Martin (1995) Will Furrer (1995–1996) John Sacca (1997) Mike McCoy (1997) Jay Fiedler (1997) Kurt Warner (1998) Jake Delhomme (1998) Dan Gonzalez (1999) Mike Cawley (1999) Jim Kubiak (1999–2000) Ron Powlus (2000) Spergon Wynn (2001) Kevin Daft (2002) Ken Mastrole (2002) Shaun Hill (2003) Clint Stoerner (2004) Gibran Hamdan (2005–2006) Kurt Kittner (2005) Jared Allen (2006) Drew Olson (2007)

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Minnesota Vikings starting quarterbacks

George Shaw (1961) Fran Tarkenton (1961–1966, 1972–1978) Ron Vander Kelen (1963, 1966–1967) Bob Berry (1966, 1974) Joe Kapp (1967–1969) Gary Cuozzo (1969–1971) Bob Lee (1970–1971, 1976–1977) Norm Snead (1971) Tommy Kramer (1977, 1979–1989) Steve Dils (1980–1981, 1983) Wade Wilson (1983–1991) Archie Manning (1984) Tony Adams (1987) Rich Gannon (1990–1992) Sean Salisbury (1992–1994) Jim McMahon (1993) Warren Moon (1994–1996) Brad Johnson (1996–1998, 2005–2006) Randall Cunningham (1997–1999) Jeff George (1999) Daunte Culpepper (2000–2005) Todd Bouman (2001) Spergon Wynn (2001) Gus Frerotte (2003, 2008) Tarvaris Jackson (2006–2008, 2010) Kelly Holcomb (2007) Brooks Bollinger (2007) Brett Favre (2009–2010) Joe Webb (2010) Donovan McNabb (2011) Christian Ponder (2011–2014) Matt Cassel (2013–2014) Josh Freeman (2013) Teddy Bridgewater (2014–2015) Shaun Hill (2016) Sam Bradford (2016–2017) Case Keenum (2017)

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Toronto Argonauts starting quarterbacks

Mullen Stukus Krol Dekdebrun Wirkowski Galiffa Dublinski Knox Rote Stephens Liske Day Gabler Wilkinson Jonas Theismann Rae Ealey Adams M. Jackson Holloway Barnes Watts Congemi Renfroe Foggie Dunigan Kerrigan Ham Slack White Graves Austin Flutie K. Bell Barker Kemp Sampson S. Jackson Bishop Ballard Allen Brady Wynn McMahon Butler Joseph Pickett Lemon D. Bell Jyles Ray J. Jackson Collaros Harris Kilgore LeFe

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