Vincent Frank Testaverde Sr. (/ t ɛ s t ə ˈ v ɜːr d i /; born November 13, 1963) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 21 seasons. He played college football at Miami , where he was an All-American and won the Heisman Trophy in 1986.
Vinny Testaverde. Vincent Frank Testaverde (Vincent Priceless) Position: QB Throws: Right 6-5, 235lb (196cm, 106kg) Born: November 13, 1963 in New York, NY. College: Miami (FL) (College Stats) Weighted Career AV (100-95-...): 97 (172nd overall since 1960)
Vinny Testaverde College & NFL Career. Advertisement. Born in New York, Testaverde headed down to Florida to join the Miami Hurricanes college football team. He served as the backup when the Hurricanes broke through and won their first national championship in 1983. By 1985, he had taken over as the starting quarterback.
Vinny. Testaverde. Quarterback. Follow. Birthdate. 11/13/1963. College. Miami. Birthplace.
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As incredible as it seems, Vinny Testaverde played in 21 of them, seven as quarterback for the Jets. The first overall pick in the 1987 Draft by Tampa Bay, Testaverde spent six years with the Buccaneers, three with the Cleveland Browns and two with the Baltimore Ravens before he returned to his hometown team as a free agent in 1998.
On Monday, the Buccaneers signed rookie quarterback Vincent Testaverde, the son of Vinny Testaverde, who played six seasons in Tampa after being selected first overall in the 1987 draft.
Testaverde had agreed to terms with the Panthers the Tuesday night before, but his flight from New York was canceled, and he didn't get to Charlotte until moments before practice.
Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde scored on a 5-yard sneak that gave New York a 32-31 win, but the ball never crossed the goal line. The refs (the real ones, mind you) thought Vinny's helmet was ...