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|Date of birth:March 14, 1973|
|Place of birth: Washington, D.C.|
|Undrafted in 1995|
|No regular season or postseason appearances|
|* Baltimore Stallions (1995)|
|CFL status: International|
|Career highlights and awards|
Dan Crowley (born March 14, 1973) is a retired Canadian Football League quarterback from the United States. He played college football for the Towson Tigers, setting several school records. After college, Crowley professionally debuted in 1995 for the CFL USA team, the Baltimore Stallions. Crowley also played for the Montreal Alouettes in 1996, as well as the Edmonton Eskimos from 1999 until 2001. Known as a career backup, Crowley received his first major starting opportunity with the then-new Ottawa Renegades in 2002, becoming the team's first starting quarterback.
College career[edit | edit source]
Crowley played college football for the Towson Tigers, who represent Towson University, from 1991 to 1994. Crowley set records in the passing categories of attempts (1,169), completions (617), yards (8,900), and touchdowns (81). Crowley started 35 of 40 games, achieving a 22–13 record as a starter.
Canadian Football League[edit | edit source]
Baltimore Stallions[edit | edit source]
Montreal Alouettes[edit | edit source]
Edmonton Eskimos[edit | edit source]
Ottawa Renegades[edit | edit source]
After being a career backup in the CFL, Crowley got a true opportunity to start at quarterback, with the Ottawa Renegades, in 2002. Additionally, he would be the franchise's first starting quarterback. Crowley, however, played average football in his 13 starts (4-9-0-2) throughout Ottawa's inaugural season. Chuck Clements and Oteman Sampson also made starts for the Renegades in 2002. After average play and inconsistency, to start to the following season, was released by the team. Crowley was released in an impromptu fashion. Renegades owner Eric Tillman stated, "This was a very difficult decision because of the tremendous respect we have for Dan as a person," but added, "Unfortunately, we're not getting the production we hoped for." Crowley was replaced by Kerry Joseph, who went on to pass Crowley in terms of franchise records.
After football[edit | edit source]
After his professional football career ended, Crowley became a staff member of Towson University's athletic department.
References[edit | edit source]
- Zelkovich, Chris (2 July 2014). "10 reasons why the RedBlacks will be better than the Renegades". 55 Yard Line. Yahoo! Sports. https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/blogs/cfl-55-yard-line/10-reasons-why-redblacks-better-renegades-164955297.html. Retrieved 10 November 2014.
- "Staff Directory Dan Crowley". Towson Tigers. http://towsontigers.com/staff.aspx?staff=28. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- "Baltimore's Forgotten Champions: An Oral History". Capital News Service Maryland. http://cnsmaryland.org/interactives/baltimore-stallions-oral-history/. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- "Dan Crowley". Just Sports Stats. http://www.justsportsstats.com/footballstatsindex.php?player_id=crowldan001. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- "All-Time Roster". Esks. Archived from the original on December 4, 2014. https://web.archive.org/web/20141204000110/http://esks.com/page/history-honourroll. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- Holder, Gord (June 30, 2014). "Playoffs? Playoffs! It could happen, Renegades say". Ottawa Citizen. https://ottawacitizen.com/sports/football/cfl/playoffs-playoffs-it-could-happen-renegades-say. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- Sekeres, Matthew (July 5, 2003). "Renegades' Crowley shocked by release. (Ottawa QB 'Blown Away').". National Post. http://business.highbeam.com/435424/article-1G1-105851677/renegades-crowley-shocked-release. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- "Renegades release Crowley". CBC. July 5, 2003. http://www.cbc.ca/sports/football/renegades-release-crowley-1.407780. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
- "Kerry Joseph". Canadian Football League Players Association. https://cflpa.com/players/kerry-joseph/. Retrieved November 10, 2014.
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