Kelly Holcomb has been a well-traveled NFL quarterback. He was undrafted in 1995 and signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Holcomb has played with many NFL teams, including the Indianapolis Colts (1996-2000),Cleveland Browns (2001-2004) and Buffalo Bills (2005-2006). He also played for the Barcelona Dragons in 1996 (NFL in Europe) and the Philadelphia Eagles as an off-season player. In 2007, he was a part of the Minnesota Vikings squad.
Holcomb came out of Middle Tennessee State University and played his first professional games for the Barcelona Dragons in NFL Europe. He saw his initial season in the NFL in 1997 with the Indianapolis Colts. Since 1997, he has played with four NFL clubs. From 1998 to 2000, Holcomb Was unsigned by an NFL squad.
In seven seasons in the National Football League, the quarterback has played in 41 games, completing 63.3-percent of his passes for 39 touchdowns and a 79.2 QB rating. He’s also thrown 38 interceptions.
For much of his career, Holcomb has been a back-up quarterback. The veteran is poised, wily and tough. He performs well in the pocket and moves around with aplomb. But Holcomb is not very good on his feet being slow, cumbersome and staying in the pocket too long. He is not an effective scrambler and has health issues. As this article is being written, the quarterback is unsigned.