When did Sonny Jurgensen play in the NFL?

When did Sonny Jurgensen play in the NFL?

1964Washington Football Team
1957Philadelphia Eagles1954Duke Blue Devils football
Sonny Jurgensen/Dates joined

When did Sonny Jurgensen retire?

Sonny Jurgensen finally retired from football after the 1974 season. He completed seven seasons with the Eagles, and eleven with the Redskins. No member of the Redskins has worn his number, 9, since he retired.

Who drafted Jurgensen?

the Philadelphia Eagles
Drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round (43rd overall) of the 1957 NFL draft.

What was Sonny Jurgensen nickname?

Nicknamed “Red Roach”, Jurgensen’s success as a quarterback did not come from running ability. Instead, he achieved legendary status by his arm strength and pin point accuracy in passing.

What was Sonny Jurgensen’s number?

Sonny Jurgensen

No. 9
College: Duke
NFL Draft: 1957 / Round: 4 / Pick: 43
Career history
Philadelphia Eagles (1957–1963) Washington Redskins (1964–1974)

Who holds the record for most passing touchdowns in a career?

Brady entered the contest with 598 career passing touchdowns. He holds the all-time record for most passing touchdowns. He threw his 599th touchdown earlier in the game on a pass to wide receiver Chris Godwin.

How old is Sonny Jurgensen today?

87 years (23 August 1934)
Sonny Jurgensen/Age

Was Sonny Jurgensen a good quarterback?

Jurgensen is recognized as the finest pure passer of his time. A five-time Pro Bowl selection, he earned three NFL individual passing titles. He exceeded 400 yards passing in a single game five times, and threw five touchdown passes in a game twice.

What NFL player has the most interceptions?

Paul Krause
NFL History – Leaders

1 Paul Krause 81
2 Emlen Tunnell 79
3 Rod Woodson 71

Where is Sam Huff now?

Huff (knee) will continue his rehab assignment at Triple-A Frisco on Tuesday, Chris Halicke of SI.com reports. Huff began a rehab assignment with the ACL Rangers in late June and went 8-for-29 with three home runs across 29 at-bats. He’ll now continue his time in the minors with Frisco.

Who has the best QB stats of all time?

All-Time Passer Rating

1 Aaron Rodgers 104.93
2 Steve Young* 96.81
3 Tom Brady 96.62
4 Peyton Manning 95.71
5 Tony Romo 95.62