Rodney Peete


Quarterback for the National Football League's Detroit Lions (1989-1993), Dallas Cowboys (1994), Philadelphia Eagles (1995-1998), Oakland Raiders (2001), and Carolina Panthers (2002-2003).

Quarterback for Carolina Panthers (2002).

Was quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1995-1998.

Father of twins R.J. Peete and Ryan Peete (b. on October 19, 1997), son Robinson Peete (b. on August 11, 2002) and son Roman Peete (b. on February 25, 2005).

Tied with Scott Mitchell for 99th on NFL All-Time Passing Attempts List (2,346).

Ranks 95th on NFL All-Time Pass Completions List (1,344).

Co-host of " The Best Damn Sports Show Period " on Fox Sports Net.

Retired from the NFL after the 2004-2005 season.

Several relatives also played in the NFL. His father, Willie Peete, played for the Chicago Bears , uncle Eugene Jackson played for the Cleveland Browns , uncle Moody Jackson played for the Ottawa Roughriders, uncle Steve Jackson played for the Saskechewan Roughriders and uncle Floyd Livingston played for the Dallas Cowboys.

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