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  2. Vinny Testaverde - Wikipedia

    Vincent Frank Testaverde Sr. ( / tɛstəˈvɜːrdi /; born November 13, 1963) is an American former professional football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL) for 21 seasons. He played college football for the Miami Hurricanes, where he was an All-American and won the Heisman Trophy in 1986.

  3. Vinny Testaverde Stats, Height, Weight, Position, Draft ...

    Vinny Testaverde. Vincent Frank Testaverde (Vincent Priceless) Position: QB Throws: Right. 6-5 , 235lb (196cm, 106kg) Born: November 13 in New York, NY (Age: 59-120d) More bio, uniform, draft, salary info. 2x Pro Bowl.

  4. What Happened to Vinny Testaverde and Where is He Now?

    April 28, 1987: Vinny Testaverde was the 1st player selected in the NFL Draft by Tampa Bay. #80s — Old School 80s (@OldSchool80s) April 28, 2021. Testaverde signed with the Cleveland Browns, where he finally posted his first season with more touchdowns than interceptions.

  5. Vinny Testaverde Stats, News, Bio | ESPN

    Vinny. Testaverde. Quarterback. Follow. Birthdate. 11/13/1963. College. Miami. Birthplace.

  6. Vinny Testaverde Career Stats |

    Career Stats for QB Vinny Testaverde The official source for NFL news, video highlights, fantasy football, game-day coverage, schedules, stats, scores and more. Skip to main content

  7. Vinny Testaverde - Heisman

    Vinny Testaverde. QB | RS Senior | University of Miami. Testaverde won Miami’s first Heisman Trophy while leading the Hurricanes to an undefeated regular season in 1986. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Testaverde went to school at Sewanhaka High in Floral Park on Long Island, and graduated in 1981.

  8. Where Are They Now: Vinny Testaverde - New York Jets

    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.