Quarterback Brock Berlin is presently a free agent. He is a former American football player who played as a quarterback and was third on the depth chart of the St. Louis Rams. After playing football for the University of Miami, where he threw 34 touchdown passes, garnering 5,099 yards and compiling a 19-5 record, he entered the 2005 NFL Draft. However, he was not chosen and later signed a contract with the Miami Dolphins (2005-2006).

With the Miami Dolphins he served as their backup QB during training camp but was not an active player in the season roster. In the off-season, he was assigned to NFL Europe’s Hamburg Seas Devils. During the 2006 pre-season, Berlin played a bit going six of 12 for 104 yards and one TD. The Dolphins released him on August 30, 2006.

In April 2007, he signed with the Dallas Cowboys to be their third-string QB. He was released by the Cowboys on May 10, 2007 and the Rams signed him on May 17, 2007. He started his first regular-season NFL game on December 9, 2007. Playing against the Cincinnati Bengals, he hit 17 of 27 passes for 153 yards, while tossing one interception. Berlin completed 60.7-percent of his passes.

Position Quarterback
Born 4 Jul 1981
Nationality United States United States
Team History
193 detroit lions Detroit Lions 2009
201 los angeles rams LA Rams 2007 - 2008
43 dallas cowboys Dallas Cowboys 2007
174 miami dolphins Miami Dolphins 2005 - 2006

He was signed on 7th September, 2009 to the Detroit Lions squad and released on 23rd September.

The six-foot-one, 215-pound signal caller is small for the NFL. He’s raw and untested. Berlin will never be a starter.

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