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Chris Weinke's first start at FSU 1998
Published: 2016/08/31
Channel: Single Shot
Chris Weinke - Seminole Legends - Florida State Seminoles
Chris Weinke - Seminole Legends - Florida State Seminoles
Published: 2013/04/11
Channel: SeminolesRecruiting
Weinke To Snoop
Weinke To Snoop
Published: 2012/07/10
Channel: dreschinbham
The Greatest - ACC QBs | #4 - Chris Weinke | ACCDigitalNetwork
The Greatest - ACC QBs | #4 - Chris Weinke | ACCDigitalNetwork
Published: 2013/11/25
Channel: ACC Digital Network
Chris Weinke Highlight, WK 16 vs. Falcons 2006 - (15:00) C.Weinke pass short right
Chris Weinke Highlight, WK 16 vs. Falcons 2006 - (15:00) C.Weinke pass short right
Published: 2017/06/01
Channel: NFL Highlights History
2015 Ram Seminole Legend: Chris Weinke
2015 Ram Seminole Legend: Chris Weinke
Published: 2015/10/15
Channel: Florida State Seminoles
Heisman Highlights - Chris Weinke
Heisman Highlights - Chris Weinke
Published: 2017/08/28
Channel: ESPNCreativeWorks
Chris Weinke Has Helped Improved the Skills of Many Players who were Selected in the Past 4 Drafts
Chris Weinke Has Helped Improved the Skills of Many Players who were Selected in the Past 4 Drafts
Published: 2013/04/29
Channel: CoxSportsTV
Jameis Winston & Chris Weinke @ NYC Nole Banquet
Jameis Winston & Chris Weinke @ NYC Nole Banquet
Published: 2013/12/14
Channel: Kevin Shores
Old Man Heisman
Old Man Heisman
Published: 2007/07/23
Channel: CBS
Training Philosophy - Classroom Instruction Series by IMG Academy Football (1 of 5)
Training Philosophy - Classroom Instruction Series by IMG Academy Football (1 of 5)
Published: 2015/01/09
Channel: IMG Academy
Chris Weinke to Snoop Minnis 98-yard TD
Chris Weinke to Snoop Minnis 98-yard TD
Published: 2014/09/16
Channel: Wayne McGahee III
Aaron Suttles with his take on the hiring of Chris Weinke
Aaron Suttles with his take on the hiring of Chris Weinke
Published: 2017/03/01
Channel: Tide 102.9
Chris Weinke on game superstitions
Chris Weinke on game superstitions
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Single Shot
FSU-Chris Weinke
FSU-Chris Weinke
Published: 2010/08/13
Channel: dipdipsetset
Chris Weinke intervew Marcus Mariota Heisman to Heisman
Chris Weinke intervew Marcus Mariota Heisman to Heisman
Published: 2017/08/27
Channel: Single Shot
Weinke
Weinke
Published: 2013/05/25
Channel: naborsmedia
Chris Weinke talks voting for the Heisman
Chris Weinke talks voting for the Heisman
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Single Shot
Seminole Legends
Seminole Legends
Published: 2016/03/06
Channel: Single Shot
Seminole Moment: Chris Weinke
Seminole Moment: Chris Weinke's 40-Yard TD Pass to Anquan Boldin vs. Miami (2000)
Published: 2017/07/02
Channel: Seminole Moments
Seminole Moment: Chris Weinke
Seminole Moment: Chris Weinke's 34-Yard TD Pass to Snoop Minnis vs. UF (2000)
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: Seminole Moments
Chris Weinke: The one thing in football he couldn
Chris Weinke: The one thing in football he couldn't live without
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Single Shot
Chris Weinke returns to college football
Chris Weinke returns to college football
Published: 2017/09/05
Channel: Single Shot
Chris Weinke is the only Heisman who can spell
Chris Weinke is the only Heisman who can spell
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Single Shot
I interviewed Chris Weinke, Heismann Trophy winner
I interviewed Chris Weinke, Heismann Trophy winner
Published: 2007/10/24
Channel: Davesdetours
Chris Weinke confesses who his favorite Heisman is to Danny Wuerffel
Chris Weinke confesses who his favorite Heisman is to Danny Wuerffel
Published: 2017/08/30
Channel: Single Shot
Winston Speaks to FSU Alumni in NYC
Winston Speaks to FSU Alumni in NYC
Published: 2013/12/14
Channel: Florida State Seminoles
2002 McFarlane Toys Chris Weinke Review!!!
2002 McFarlane Toys Chris Weinke Review!!!
Published: 2017/05/31
Channel: JMS 1
Chris Weinke Shares Memorable Moment at Heisman House
Chris Weinke Shares Memorable Moment at Heisman House
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Single Shot
Chris Weinke Signing Autograph
Chris Weinke Signing Autograph
Published: 2017/07/19
Channel: MR.GEEKMEOUT
Progression Read- Classroom Instruction Series by IMG Academy Football (5 of 5)
Progression Read- Classroom Instruction Series by IMG Academy Football (5 of 5)
Published: 2015/01/09
Channel: IMG Academy
What is Chris Weinke
What is Chris Weinke's go-to meal for guests?
Published: 2017/09/01
Channel: Single Shot
Chris Weinke Interview - September 18, 2009
Chris Weinke Interview - September 18, 2009
Published: 2009/09/18
Channel: Kevin Schaefer
NFL QB Camp: IMG Academy
NFL QB Camp: IMG Academy
Published: 2012/03/31
Channel: Caleb Wilkerson
John Seter IMG with Coach Chris Weinke, August 2014
John Seter IMG with Coach Chris Weinke, August 2014
Published: 2014/09/01
Channel: John Seter
TTM autograph- Chris Weinke - Former Heisman Winner Florida State QB
TTM autograph- Chris Weinke - Former Heisman Winner Florida State QB
Published: 2010/09/28
Channel: The Network
Chris Rix - Highlight video FSU
Chris Rix - Highlight video FSU
Published: 2012/05/08
Channel: GP60HP25
2001 FedEx Orange Bowl National Championship
2001 FedEx Orange Bowl National Championship
Published: 2009/05/07
Channel: Orange Bowl
Josh Dyer training with Chris Weinke at IMG Madden Football Acadamy
Josh Dyer training with Chris Weinke at IMG Madden Football Acadamy
Published: 2011/12/31
Channel: Todd Dyer
Jimmy Weinke May 2015 AAU
Jimmy Weinke May 2015 AAU
Published: 2015/07/03
Channel: IN Legends
97.1 The Fan Common Man and The Torg Interview Chris Weinke 4-17-12
97.1 The Fan Common Man and The Torg Interview Chris Weinke 4-17-12
Published: 2012/04/23
Channel: WBNSradio
Weinke to Anderson 2nd Half
Weinke to Anderson 2nd Half
Published: 2014/12/06
Channel: Kyle Brewer
Which Heisman Winner Is the Worst Golfer?
Which Heisman Winner Is the Worst Golfer?
Published: 2007/07/16
Channel: CBS
Chris Weinke Quotes
Chris Weinke Quotes
Published: 2012/03/15
Channel: quotetank
Nissan Heisman House | Selfie Smackdown
Nissan Heisman House | Selfie Smackdown
Published: 2017/09/21
Channel: Nissan USA
Warrick To Dugans
Warrick To Dugans
Published: 2012/07/13
Channel: dreschinbham
Chris Weinke  Wilson
Chris Weinke Wilson's stock on rise Adam Mertz 3 7 2012
Published: 2014/05/20
Channel: madison.com
Weinke loves Rudy
Weinke loves Rudy
Published: 2006/11/22
Channel: Klitts
FSU WR Kelvin Benjamin
FSU WR Kelvin Benjamin's Incredible TD Grab | ACC Must See Moment
Published: 2013/11/30
Channel: ACC Digital Network
Panthers QB Draft History 2.0
Panthers QB Draft History 2.0
Published: 2011/05/02
Channel: AVSEAL2012
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Chris Weinke
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Weinke in 2001
Alabama Crimson Tide
Position: Offensive analyst
Personal information
Date of birth: (1972-07-31) July 31, 1972 (age 45)
Place of birth: Saint Paul, Minnesota
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight: 235 lb (107 kg)
Career information
High school: St. Paul (MN) Cretin-Derham Hall
College: Florida State
NFL Draft: 2001 / Round: 4 / Pick: 106
Career history
As player:
As coach:
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Passing attempts: 709
Passing completions: 386
Percentage: 54.4
Passing yards: 3,904
TDINT: 15–26
Passer rating: 62.2
Player stats at NFL.com

Christopher Jon Weinke (born July 31, 1972) is an American football coach and former player. Weinke is a former professional American football and baseball player. After spending six years in the Toronto Blue Jays minor league baseball system, he enrolled at Florida State University at the age of 26, and played quarterback for the Florida State Seminoles. He thereafter played professionally in the NFL, where he spent most of his career with the Carolina Panthers.

Weinke played minor league baseball in the Toronto Blue Jays farm system from 1990 to 1996, advancing to class Triple-A, before deciding to attend Florida State University. Head coach Bobby Bowden had initially recruited Weinke when he was a prep quarterback in 1989 at Cretin-Derham Hall High School. After quitting baseball, Weinke called Bowden, and Bowden offered him a scholarship with 1997 recruiting class. After arriving he quickly distinguished himself as a starting quarterback, leading the team to victory in the 1999 National Championship. In 2000, at 28, he became the oldest person to receive the Heisman Trophy. He was drafted by the Carolina Panthers in the 2001 NFL Draft, where he served mostly as backup quarterback until being released in 2006. He then spent one season with the San Francisco 49ers before leaving the NFL after the 2007 season.

Weinke only had two wins in his entire NFL career and won the first game of the 2001 Carolina Panthers season and then lost the rest. He also has the second longest losing streak in NFL at 17 behind Dan Pastorini (21). Despite this, Weinke is tied with Geno Smith for fourth most rushing touchdowns by a rookie quarterback (6), behind Vince Young (7), Robert Griffin III (7) and current Panther Cam Newton (14).

Early life[edit]

Weinke was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he attended Cretin-Derham Hall High School and was a three-sport star, playing first base for the baseball team, quarterback for the football team, and was captain of the hockey team. In 1989 during his senior year in high school, he was a Parade magazine and USA Today first team All-America selection, was named Minnesota's prep football player of the year, and was seen as the top senior quarterback in the country. Weinke was recruited by over 70 Division 1 schools, including Alabama, Arizona, Arizona State, Florida State, Illinois, Minnesota, Miami, Washington, and Wisconsin, but ultimately signed a national letter of intent and committed to play quarterback for the Florida State Seminoles of Florida State University[1] despite being a diehard Miami Hurricanes fan (due to fellow Cretin-Derham Hall alumnus Steve Walsh attending the school and starring for the team at quarterback).[2] However, he was also an all-state baseball player and was drafted in the 2nd Round of the 1990 Major League Baseball First-Year Player draft (the 62nd player taken overall) by the Toronto Blue Jays.[3] After spending four days in August 1990 on the FSU campus, Weinke put his college career on hold and instead signed a contract to play professional baseball and reported to the Toronto Blue Jays minor league baseball system.[1][4] Head football coach Bobby Bowden promised Weinke that he would always have a scholarship offer if he wished to return.

College football career[edit]

Although he was only one step away from playing in the major leagues, after the 1996 season Weinke decided to give up professional baseball and took a scholarship at Florida State University.[5]

Weinke entered Florida State University in 1997, when he was 25 years old and joined the Florida State Seminoles football team as a quarterback. As a sophomore in 1998, Weinke led the Florida State Seminoles to a 9–1 record and #2 national ranking before a season-ending neck injury by Patrick Kerney in the Virginia game forced him to the sidelines for the rest of the season. During his junior season in 1999, he led the #1-ranked Seminoles to the school's first undefeated national championship,[6] defeating Michael Vick and the Virginia Tech Hokies, 46–29. As a senior in 2000, Weinke led the nation in passing with 4,167 yards and won the Heisman Trophy, awarded to college football's best player, as well as the Davey O'Brien Award and the Johnny Unitas Award. He also led the Seminoles to the Orange Bowl for their third national championship game in as many years, where they lost 13–2 to the Oklahoma Sooners. At the age of 28, Weinke was the oldest player ever to win the Heisman Trophy. He finished his Florida State career with a 32–3 record and held numerous FSU records including most passing yards in a career and most career touchdown passes. In 2001, Weinke became the seventh Seminole (and second quarterback) to have his jersey retired. He also graduated with a degree in Sports Management and was a two-time ACC All-Academic Team selection.[1]

Weinke was originally recruited by Florida State as part of the same recruiting class as Charlie Ward, another quarterback who also won a Heisman Trophy and led the Seminoles to a national championship. They both were members of the 1990 Florida State football team, but Weinke left to pursue baseball before the 1990 season started.[7]

Professional football career[edit]

Carolina Panthers[edit]

Weinke was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the fourth round (106th overall pick) of the 2001 NFL Draft. In 2001, he was the starter when the Panthers finished with a 1-15 record. At the time, the Panthers' 15 consecutive losses in 2001 was a single season record. Weinke averaged 36 pass attempts per game, more than any rookie in NFL history up to that point. After the season, Weinke became the Panthers backup quarterback. He saw his first action since the 2002 season on October 16, 2005, when starter Jake Delhomme went down with an injury against the Detroit Lions. Weinke threw a touchdown pass to wide receiver Ricky Proehl, giving the Panthers the 21–20 win over the Lions.

He re-signed with Carolina during the 2006 off-season, where he continued to back up Delhomme. On December 10, 2006 in a game against the New York Giants, Weinke made his first start since 2001 in place of an injured Delhomme. The Panthers lost the game, but Weinke threw for 423 yards, topping the previous single-game team record of 373 set by Steve Beuerlein. Weinke started the next two games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Atlanta Falcons, with the game against Atlanta being his second (and last) win as a starter in the NFL. As a starting QB for the Panthers, Weinke's team lost 17 consecutive games that he started (14 in 2001, 1 in 2001 and 2 in 2006).

Franchise Records[edit]

  • Pass completions, regular season game (34, 2006-12-10 NYG), rookie game (36, 2001-12-30 ARI)
  • Pass attempts, regular season game (61, 2006-12-10 NYG), rookie season (540), rookie game (63, 2001-12-30 ARI)
  • Interceptions, rookie season (19; with Kerry Collins), rookie game (4, 2001-10-21 @WAS; with Kerry Collins x2 and Cam Newton)
  • Times sacked, rookie game (8, 2001-12-02 @NOR)

San Francisco 49ers[edit]

The San Francisco 49ers signed Weinke on December 12, 2007 after injuries to quarterbacks Alex Smith, Trent Dilfer and Shaun Hill. He started the final game of the 2007 season in a 20-7 loss to the Cleveland Browns. Weinke was not brought back by the 49ers for the 2008 season.

Later life[edit]

After retirement, Weinke and his family lived in Austin, Texas, where he worked as a vice-president in marketing and event-planning for Triton Financial.[5] In 2010, Weinke teamed with Pro Football Hall of Fame coach John Madden and became the director of the IMG Madden Football Academy in Bradenton, Florida.[8] The Academy offers a comprehensive football training program that emphasizes teaching the fundamental techniques of the game. In 2011, Weinke worked with the Carolina Panthers' number one draft pick Cam Newton at IMG up to two hours a day during the NFL lockout.[9]

Coaching career[edit]

On February 19, 2015, it was announced that Weinke had been hired as quarterbacks coach of the St. Louis Rams.[10] On January 18, 2017, it was announced by the LA Times that Weinke would be replaced by Greg Olson, effectively terminating his employment with the Rams.

On March 1, 2017, it was announced Weinke would be joining the University of Alabama coaching staff as an offensive analyst.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 16   Chris Weinke (1972-07-31). "Chris Weinke Profile - Florida State University Official Athletic Site". Seminoles.com. Archived from the original on November 23, 1999. Retrieved 2012-09-10. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ "1990 Major League Baseball Draft Pick Transactions". Prosportstransactions.com. 1990-11-20. Retrieved 2012-09-10. 
  4. ^ "Chris Weinke News - The New York Times - Narrowed by 'TORONTO BLUE JAYS'". The New York Times. 
  5. ^ a b "2009 ACC Football Legends: Chris Weinke, Florida State - The Official Athletic Site of the Atlantic Coast Conference". Theacc.com. 2009-10-06. Retrieved 2012-09-10. 
  6. ^ "Winners". Heisman.com. Archived from the original on 2013-10-05. Retrieved 2012-09-10. 
  7. ^ http://www.nolefan.org/summary/f1990.html
  8. ^ [2] Archived March 27, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
  9. ^ "Cam Newton working daily with Chris Weinke | ProFootballTalk". Profootballtalk.nbcsports.com. Retrieved 2012-09-10. 
  10. ^ "Rams hire former Heisman winner Chris Weinke as QBs coach". sportingnews.com/. Retrieved 2015-02-23. 

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