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Football Player
    (January 5, 1964 BC- )
    Born in Gainesville, Florida
    Drafted 240th overall by the Los Angeles Rams in the 1987 NFL Draft
    Quarterback for the Edmonton Eskimos (1987-92), Toronto Argonauts (1993), Baltimore Stallions (1994-95) and the Montreal Alouettes (1996-99)
    CFL Most Outstanding Player (1989)
    Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy winner (1989)
    Eddie James Memorial Trophy winner (1990)
    Grey Cup MVP (1995)
    Head coach of the Clark Atlanta University football team (2002-03)
    He opted to play in the CFL after he felt that he was going to be playing a different position in the NFL.
    He had a reputation for buckling under pressure during big games.
    He struggled to adapt to Toronto's run and shoot offense during his lone season with the club.
    His struggle to stay healthy in Montréal paved the way for Anthony Calvillo to take the quarterbacking reigns.
    He went 2-20 in two seasons as the head coach of the Clark Atlanta University football program.
    He was a standout quarterback at Georgia Southern University.
    He was the third string quarterback behind both Matt Dunigan and Damon Allen in his rookie season with the Eskimos.
    He established himself as the Eskimos starting quarterback following an injury to Allen, earning CFL Most Outstanding Player honors in the process.
    He guided the Baltimore Stallions to the lone Grey Cup victory ever recorded by an American team (1995).
    He was a big quarterback who wasn't afraid to use his size to his advantage.

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