Patrick Ramsey

Patrick Allen Ramsey is a professional football player who at present is a free agent. He played his NCAA football with Tulane before being picked by the Washington Redskins in round one of the 2002 NFL Draft. He was the 32nd pick overall.

At Tulane, Ramsey set 20 school passing records, including most yards in the air in a single season, attempts and completions. In 1999, he threw 25 touchdowns, the second-most by any Tulane QB. The following year, he tossed 24 touchdowns.

At 6’3 and weighing 225 lbs,Patrick has been a part of many major teams. In his first three years as a pro, Ramsey was the Washington RedSkins starting quarterback. But he often split time with other signal callers. In 2004, he was designated as the starter by Joe Gibbs, who had replaced Steve Spurrier as head coach. But after Ramsey went down with a slight injury in the first game, he was demoted to the backup spot. In 2006, he was traded to the New York Jets. The Jets waived him after that season. Ramsey served as the Denver Broncos backup since 2007. He was released from this team in March 2009 in the beginning of free agency.

The Tennessee Titans signed him on 3rd April, 2009 and served as the third quarterback after Vince Young and Kerry Collins. He was released when Cary Williams, the cornerback was activated from the practice squad on 3rd October. By the month of December, he was signed by the Detroit Lions team and the following year, on 28th July, 2010, he signed a one year contract with the New Orleans Saints team. Prior to the 2010 NFL, he was released as a part of the final cuts with Chase Daniel getting the backup spot. As the quarterback of Jacksonville Jaguars was injured, Ramsey was called on as a potential replace for the team and released on 29th October, 2010.

On 15th November, 2010, he signed with the Miami Dolphins after Chad Henne and Chad Pennington got injured. Ramsey was released on 30th November, 2010, on waivers.

In his professional seasons, the quarterback has played in 37 games, completing 55.9-percent of his passes (509 of 910). He’s thrown 35 touchdown passes, 5,930 passing yards and 30 interceptions. His rating stands at 74.9.

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