Jim McMahon. James Robert McMahon Jr. (born August 21, 1959) is an American former football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 15 seasons, most notably with the Chicago Bears. McMahon played college football at BYU, winning the Davey O'Brien Award and Sammy Baugh Trophy as a senior.
Rich McHugh. ( NewsNation Now) — Jim McMahon is one of the most iconic quarterbacks to play professional football. Larger than life on the field and off, McMahon led the Chicago Bears to their only Super Bowl title, in 1985. He’s back in Chicago for his forthcoming documentary about his life, “Mad Mac.”.
Jim McMahon. James Robert McMahon (Mad Mac, Jersey Jim, The Punky QB or McManiac) Position: QB Throws: Right. 6-1 , 195lb (185cm, 88kg) Born: August 21 in Jersey City, NJ (Age: 63-168d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. 1x Pro Bowl. 2x SB Champ. 1991 PFWA Comeback Player.
Updated: Feb 5, 2023 / 02:55 PM CST. PHOENIX, Ariz. – The pillar of most franchises is the quarterback. But, there has not been one quite like Jim McMahon. Cool, creative, and as tough as they ...
Jim McMahon played the game of football with reckless abandon. He suffered various injuries, including a lacerated kidney and various concussions, throughout his career but played through most of them. In 2012, McMahon, in a Sports Illustrated article, said that concussions he suffered during his NFL days might be catching up with him. He said he was suffering from memory loss, saying he would walk into a room and forget why he went there.
Jim McMahon, who started his career in Chicago and ended it in Green Bay, told 1252 Sports that Green Bay was the best franchise he was with in the NFL.
Being born on 21 August 1959, Jim McMahon is 63 years old as of today’s date 4th February 2023. His height is 1.85 m tall, and his weight is 88 kg. Career. Jim McMahon has achieved ultimate success in his professional career as a National football player. He started playing football during his school period. In 1982 he began his professional career.
July 27, 2020. Jim McMahon wasn’t one of the most durable quarterbacks in the NFL, but he was one of the toughest. Never in his 15-year NFL career did the former Chicago Bears quarterback play in all 16 regular-season games. He never started more than 13 games in a season.
Nearly six years ago, former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon characterized former Browns (and current Patriots) coach Bill Belichick as a liar. Earlier today, McMahon opted for a more colorful term.
Jim McMahon says he 'owned' the Packers during his run as the Bears' starting QB McMahon's comments came after being told Aaron Rodgers' claim that he owns the Bears By Bryan DeArdo