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{{Infobox NFL player
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{{short description|American football quarterback}}
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{{Infobox NFL biography
 
|name=Quinn Gray
 
|name=Quinn Gray
 
|image=
 
|image=
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|death_date=
 
|death_date=
 
|death_place=
 
|death_place=
|heightft=6
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|heightin=2
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|height_in=2
|weight=240
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|weight_lbs=240
|college=[[Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University#Athletics|Florida A&M]]
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|high_school=[[Dillard High School|Fort Lauderdale (FL) Dillard]]
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|college=[[Florida A&M Rattlers football|Florida A&M]]
 
|undraftedyear=2002
 
|undraftedyear=2002
|debutteam=Jacksonville Jaguars
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|pastteams=
|debutyear=2005
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* [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] ({{NFL Year|2002}}–{{NFL Year|2007}})
|finalyear=
 
|finalteam=
 
|pastteams=<nowiki></nowiki>
 
* [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] ({{NFL Year|2002}}-{{NFL Year|2003}})*
 
 
* [[Frankfurt Galaxy]] ({{FRA season|2003}})
 
* [[Frankfurt Galaxy]] ({{FRA season|2003}})
* [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] ({{NFL Year|2004}}–{{NFL Year|2007}})
 
 
* [[Houston Texans]] ({{NFL Year|2008}})*
 
* [[Houston Texans]] ({{NFL Year|2008}})*
 
* [[Indianapolis Colts]] ({{NFL Year|2008}})*
 
* [[Indianapolis Colts]] ({{NFL Year|2008}})*
 
* [[Kansas City Chiefs]] ({{NFL Year|2008}})
 
* [[Kansas City Chiefs]] ({{NFL Year|2008}})
 
* [[New York Sentinels]] ({{UFL Year|2009}})
 
* [[New York Sentinels]] ({{UFL Year|2009}})
:<small>*Offseason and/or practice squad member only</small>
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|pastteamsnote=yes
|highlights=<nowiki></nowiki>
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|highlights=
 
* [[World Bowl]] champion ([[World Bowl XI|XI]])
 
* [[World Bowl]] champion ([[World Bowl XI|XI]])
|statseason=2008
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|statlabel1=[[Touchdown|TD]]-[[Interception|INT]]
|statlabel1=[[Touchdown|TD]]-[[Interception (football)|INT]]
 
 
|statvalue1=13-5
 
|statvalue1=13-5
 
|statlabel2=Passing yards
 
|statlabel2=Passing yards
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|statlabel3=[[Passer rating|QB Rating]]
 
|statlabel3=[[Passer rating|QB Rating]]
 
|statvalue3=91.4
 
|statvalue3=91.4
|uflstatseason=2009
 
|uflstatlabel1=[[Touchdown|TD]]-[[Interception (football)|INT]]
 
|uflstatvalue1=3-3
 
|uflstatlabel2=Passing yards
 
|uflstatvalue2=639
 
|uflstatlabel3=Completion Percentage
 
|uflstatvalue3=52.9
 
|ufl=171
 
 
|nfl=GRA766862
 
|nfl=GRA766862
 
|pfr=GrayQu00
 
|pfr=GrayQu00
 
}}
 
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'''Quinn F. Gray, Sr.''' (born May 21, 1979) is a former [[American football]] [[quarterback]] who played for four seasons in the [[National Football League]] and one season each in the [[United Football League (2009)|United Football League]] and [[NFL Europe]]. He played for the [[Frankfurt Galaxy]] in 2003, the [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] from [[2005 NFL season|2005]]&ndash;[[2007 NFL season|2007]], the [[Kansas City Chiefs]] in [[2008 NFL season|2008]], and the [[New York Sentinels]] in [[2009 UFL season|2009]]. He was signed by the Jaguars as an [[undrafted free agent]] in 2002. He played [[college football]] at [[Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University#Athletics|Florida A&M]]. Gray has also been a member of the [[Houston Texans]] and [[Indianapolis Colts]].
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'''Quinn Fordham Gray, Sr.''' (born May 21, 1979) is a former [[American football]] [[quarterback]] who played for four seasons in the [[National Football League]] and one season each in the [[United Football League (2009)|United Football League]] and [[NFL Europe]]. Gray's last job was coaching the high school football team Whitefield Academy. He played for the [[Frankfurt Galaxy]] in 2003, the [[Jacksonville Jaguars]] from [[2005 NFL season|2005]]&ndash;[[2007 NFL season|2007]], the [[Kansas City Chiefs]] in [[2008 NFL season|2008]], and the [[New York Sentinels]] in [[2009 UFL season|2009]]. He was signed by the Jaguars as an [[undrafted free agent]] in 2002. He played [[college football]] at [[Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University#Athletics|Florida A&M]]. Gray has also been a member of the [[Houston Texans]] and [[Indianapolis Colts]].
   
 
==Early years==
 
==Early years==
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==Professional career==
 
==Professional career==
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===Jacksonville Jaguars===
 
===Jacksonville Jaguars===
 
In 2002, Gray attended training camp with the Jacksonville Jaguars, appearing in three preseason games, completing 5 of 8 passes for 55 yards and one interception. In 2003, he was allocated to [[NFL Europe]], where he led the [[Frankfurt Galaxy]] to a win in [[World Bowl XI]].
 
In 2002, Gray attended training camp with the Jacksonville Jaguars, appearing in three preseason games, completing 5 of 8 passes for 55 yards and one interception. In 2003, he was allocated to [[NFL Europe]], where he led the [[Frankfurt Galaxy]] to a win in [[World Bowl XI]].
   
He attended the Jaguars training camp the next year, winning the 3rd quarterback job. He first saw action in a regular season game with the season finale against the [[Tennessee Titans]] in the 2005 season, completing 14 passes for 100 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions for a [[passer rating]] of 119.0. He again saw action in the 2006 season finale versus the [[Kansas City Chiefs]], entering the game to replace [[David Garrard]] in the third quarter. Down 28-10, he nearly led the Jaguars to a comeback, completing 13 of 22 passes 166 yards, with no interceptions, and rushing for 26 yards and 2 touchdowns.
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He attended the Jaguars training camp the next year, winning the 3rd quarterback job. He first saw action in a regular season game with the season finale against the [[Tennessee Titans]] in the 2005 season, completing 14 passes for 100 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions for a [[passer rating]] of 119.0. He again saw action in the 2006 season finale versus the [[Kansas City Chiefs]], entering the game to replace [[David Garrard]] in the third quarter. Down 28-10, he nearly led the Jaguars to a comeback, completing 13 of 22 passes 166 yards, with no interceptions, and rushing for 26 yards and 2 touchdowns.
   
 
In October 2007, he became starting quarterback of the Jaguars due to an injury to Garrard. Gray went 2-1 as the starter. He also started the last game of the season against [[Houston Texans]], losing 42-28.
 
In October 2007, he became starting quarterback of the Jaguars due to an injury to Garrard. Gray went 2-1 as the starter. He also started the last game of the season against [[Houston Texans]], losing 42-28.
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===Indianapolis Colts===
 
===Indianapolis Colts===
With quarterback [[Peyton Manning]] out of the early portion of 2008 Training Camp with a knee injury, Gray signed with the [[Indianapolis Colts]].<ref>http://www.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=article7&news_id=b5bbecae-1d5e-4a64-9901-65eec83f033b</ref> He was released on August 30, 2008.
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With quarterback [[Peyton Manning]] out of the early portion of 2008 Training Camp with a knee injury, Gray signed with the [[Indianapolis Colts]].<ref>[http://www.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=article7&news_id=b5bbecae-1d5e-4a64-9901-65eec83f033b ] {{webarchive |url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080730021558/http://www.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=article7&news_id=b5bbecae-1d5e-4a64-9901-65eec83f033b |date=July 30, 2008 }}</ref> He was released on August 30, 2008.
   
 
===Kansas City Chiefs===
 
===Kansas City Chiefs===
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===New York Sentinels===
 
===New York Sentinels===
Gray was signed by the [[New York Sentinels]] of the [[United Football League (2009)|United Football League]] on August 5, 2009.<ref>http://uflaccess.com/ufl/quinn-gray-signs-with-ufl-new-york/</ref>
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Gray was signed by the [[New York Sentinels]] of the [[United Football League (2009)|United Football League]] on August 5, 2009.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://uflaccess.com/ufl/quinn-gray-signs-with-ufl-new-york/ |title=Archived copy |accessdate=August 5, 2009 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20090813211041/http://uflaccess.com/ufl/quinn-gray-signs-with-ufl-new-york/ |archivedate=August 13, 2009 }}</ref>
   
 
==Coaching career==
 
==Coaching career==
Gray was announced as the new head coach at [[Andrew Jackson High School (Jacksonville, Florida)|Andrew Jackson High School]] in [[Jacksonville, Florida]] on March 18, 2010.<ref>http://www.firstcoastnews.com/sports/news-article.aspx?storyid=153472&catid=14</ref>
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Gray was announced as the new head coach at Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida on April 6, 2017.
He resigned on March 14, 2011, and accepted an assistant coach position
 
at his alma mater, [[Florida A&M University]], as the quarterbacks coach.
 
<ref>http://www.famuathletics.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=25300&ATCLID=205235887</ref>
 
<ref>http://rattlernation.blogspot.com/2011/03/gray-hired-as-assistant-famu-football.html</ref>
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
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{{reflist}}
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.houstontexans.com/team/player.asp?player_id=339 Houston Texans bio]
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*[http://justsportsstats.com/footballstatsindex.php?player_id=grayqui001&defensesort=14 Just Sports Stats]
*[http://www.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=bio&player_id=532 Indianapolis Colts bio]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20090701134832/http://www.houstontexans.com/team/player.asp?player_id=339 Houston Texans bio]
*[http://www.jaguars.com/team/Player.aspx?id=1846 Jacksonville Jaguars bio]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20080807022700/http://www.colts.com/sub.cfm?page=bio&player_id=532 Indianapolis Colts bio]
*[http://www.kcchiefs.com/player/quinn_gray/ Kansas City Chiefs bio]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20080320072908/http://www.jaguars.com/Team/Player.aspx?id=1846 Jacksonville Jaguars bio]
*[http://www.ufl-football.com/players/profile/171 United Football League bio]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20081027172934/http://www.kcchiefs.com/player/quinn_gray/ Kansas City Chiefs bio]
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20100313074748/http://www.ufl-football.com/players/profile/171 United Football League bio]
   
 
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| NAME = Gray, Quinn
 
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| SHORT DESCRIPTION = [[American football]] player
 
| DATE OF BIRTH = May 21, 1979
 
| PLACE OF BIRTH = Fort Lauderdale, Florida
 
| DATE OF DEATH =
 
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Latest revision as of 13:07, August 25, 2019

Quinn Gray
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Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born: (1979-05-21) May 21, 1979 (age 41)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:240 lb (109 kg)
Career information
High school:Fort Lauderdale (FL) Dillard
College:Florida A&M
Undrafted:2002
Career history
* Jacksonville Jaguars ( 2002 2007)
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards
* World Bowl champion (XI)
Career NFL statistics
TD-INT:13-5
Passing yards:1,328
QB Rating:91.4
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Quinn Fordham Gray, Sr. (born May 21, 1979) is a former American football quarterback who played for four seasons in the National Football League and one season each in the United Football League and NFL Europe. Gray's last job was coaching the high school football team Whitefield Academy. He played for the Frankfurt Galaxy in 2003, the Jacksonville Jaguars from 20052007, the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008, and the New York Sentinels in 2009. He was signed by the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2002. He played college football at Florida A&M. Gray has also been a member of the Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts.

Early yearsEdit

Gray attended Dillard High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and was a letterman and a star in football as a quarterback, basketball, and in baseball as a pitcher. In football, he won All-Region and All-District honors.

Professional careerEdit

Jacksonville JaguarsEdit

In 2002, Gray attended training camp with the Jacksonville Jaguars, appearing in three preseason games, completing 5 of 8 passes for 55 yards and one interception. In 2003, he was allocated to NFL Europe, where he led the Frankfurt Galaxy to a win in World Bowl XI.

He attended the Jaguars training camp the next year, winning the 3rd quarterback job. He first saw action in a regular season game with the season finale against the Tennessee Titans in the 2005 season, completing 14 passes for 100 yards, 2 touchdowns, and no interceptions for a passer rating of 119.0. He again saw action in the 2006 season finale versus the Kansas City Chiefs, entering the game to replace David Garrard in the third quarter. Down 28-10, he nearly led the Jaguars to a comeback, completing 13 of 22 passes 166 yards, with no interceptions, and rushing for 26 yards and 2 touchdowns.

In October 2007, he became starting quarterback of the Jaguars due to an injury to Garrard. Gray went 2-1 as the starter. He also started the last game of the season against Houston Texans, losing 42-28.

Gray became an unrestricted free agent following the 2007 season.

Houston TexansEdit

On March 24, 2008, the Houston Texans signed Gray to a one-year, $645,000 contract.[1] He was released by the team on June 9.

Indianapolis ColtsEdit

With quarterback Peyton Manning out of the early portion of 2008 Training Camp with a knee injury, Gray signed with the Indianapolis Colts.[2] He was released on August 30, 2008.

Kansas City ChiefsEdit

On October 22, 2008, Gray was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs after quarterbacks Brodie Croyle and Damon Huard were placed on injured reserve.[3]

The Chiefs released Gray on March 11, 2009.

New York SentinelsEdit

Gray was signed by the New York Sentinels of the United Football League on August 5, 2009.[4]

Coaching careerEdit

Gray was announced as the new head coach at Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida on April 6, 2017.

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

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