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Jake Plummer Highlights
Jake Plummer Highlights
Published: 2013/10/31
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Jake "the Snake" Plummer — An American
Jake "the Snake" Plummer — An American's American
Published: 2010/07/23
Channel: Sinuous Sausage
Jake Plummer on The Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 3/17/16
Jake Plummer on The Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 3/17/16
Published: 2016/03/17
Channel: Dan Patrick Show
Tebow SLAMS Jake Plummer; Explains how God helps him
Tebow SLAMS Jake Plummer; Explains how God helps him
Published: 2011/11/22
Channel: spac3wars
My favorite Jake Plummer play
My favorite Jake Plummer play
Published: 2011/08/20
Channel: trvr420
Jake Plummer at Arizona State
Jake Plummer at Arizona State
Published: 2011/08/27
Channel: ActionFiguresTV
Jake Plummer On Pat Tillman Death
Jake Plummer On Pat Tillman Death
Published: 2006/09/16
Channel: EmpireResistance
JediASU: 1997 Rose Bowl - OSU at ASU - Jake Plummer Lead TD
JediASU: 1997 Rose Bowl - OSU at ASU - Jake Plummer Lead TD
Published: 2017/02/01
Channel: JediASU
'The 12 Greatest' preview: Arizona State's Jake Plummer
Published: 2017/08/18
Channel: Pac-12 Networks
Jake Plummer
Jake Plummer's tips for absorbing hits
Published: 2013/10/16
Channel: USA Football
2001 Arizona Cardinals @ Philadelphia Eagles- Jake the Snake Beats the Eagles with 17 seconds to go.
2001 Arizona Cardinals @ Philadelphia Eagles- Jake the Snake Beats the Eagles with 17 seconds to go.
Published: 2008/12/13
Channel: wa52lz
New Purdue Commit Jack Plummer (QB) puts on a show as ASU 7 on 7 Tournament
New Purdue Commit Jack Plummer (QB) puts on a show as ASU 7 on 7 Tournament
Published: 2017/06/14
Channel: Sportalytix
Jake Plummer Induction Video
Jake Plummer Induction Video
Published: 2012/07/06
Channel: SecondSonMedia
Not Jake
Not Jake's son: Gilbert QB Jack Plummer trying to make a name for himself
Published: 2017/06/15
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Jake Plummer Tribute - Jake
Jake Plummer Tribute - Jake's the 'Man'
Published: 2006/12/02
Channel: alpheratz9
Jake Plummer holds skills camp at BK
Jake Plummer holds skills camp at BK
Published: 2017/06/04
Channel: 6 On Your Side
JAKE PLUMMER HANDBALL DOCUMENTARY
JAKE PLUMMER HANDBALL DOCUMENTARY
Published: 2011/12/05
Channel: WPHLiveTV Handball
Former QB Jake Plummer looks for beer in bizarre Vine
Former QB Jake Plummer looks for beer in bizarre Vine
Published: 2015/01/08
Channel: Yahoo Sports
Former NFL QB Jake Plummer talks BSU Football
Former NFL QB Jake Plummer talks BSU Football
Published: 2017/06/05
Channel: 6 On Your Side
Jake Plummer
Jake Plummer
Published: 2016/02/06
Channel: Vic Lombardi
Jake Plummer discusses Gravitational Pattern Alignment
Jake Plummer discusses Gravitational Pattern Alignment
Published: 2016/04/10
Channel: Nelson Vetanze
What keeps Jake Plummer Thriving?
What keeps Jake Plummer Thriving?
Published: 2016/07/29
Channel: CW Hemp
Jake Plummer On Tom Brady Controversy, Past Letter to NFL
Jake Plummer On Tom Brady Controversy, Past Letter to NFL
Published: 2015/01/22
Channel: Sports360AZ
The HawkCast with Jake Plummer
The HawkCast with Jake Plummer
Published: 2014/11/21
Channel: The HawkCast
Jake Plummer on State of ASU Football
Jake Plummer on State of ASU Football
Published: 2015/10/02
Channel: Sports360AZ
Jake Plummer rallies Cardinals past Saints (Dec 21, 1998)
Jake Plummer rallies Cardinals past Saints (Dec 21, 1998)
Published: 2013/01/15
Channel: Todd Kelly
Jake Plummer / Last Broncos Interview Nov 2006
Jake Plummer / Last Broncos Interview Nov 2006
Published: 2008/03/27
Channel: alpheratz9
Quentin Griffin Denver Broncos vs KC. 3 TD Game
Quentin Griffin Denver Broncos vs KC. 3 TD Game
Published: 2015/12/24
Channel: Stephen Prince
CBD Clinic: Jake Plummer
CBD Clinic: Jake Plummer
Published: 2016/12/29
Channel: CBD CLINIC
Former Bronco Pushes For Research Into Medical Pot For NFL Players
Former Bronco Pushes For Research Into Medical Pot For NFL Players
Published: 2016/04/15
Channel: CBS Denver
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer talks Brock Osweiler
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer talks Brock Osweiler
Published: 2015/01/29
Channel: The Sports Show with Woody Paige and Les Shapiro
Gottlieb: Jake Plummer remembers Pat Tillman
Gottlieb: Jake Plummer remembers Pat Tillman
Published: 2016/10/27
Channel: CBS Sports
Jake Plummer excited over prospects at ASU spring football
Jake Plummer excited over prospects at ASU spring football
Published: 2014/04/18
Channel: Sports360AZ
WPHLiveTV Captures Ex NFL QB Jake Plummer Playing Handball
WPHLiveTV Captures Ex NFL QB Jake Plummer Playing Handball
Published: 2017/01/26
Channel: WPHLiveTV Handball
1997 Rose Bowl - Jake Plummer He Scores! He Scores! He Scores!
1997 Rose Bowl - Jake Plummer He Scores! He Scores! He Scores!
Published: 2015/08/27
Channel: JediASU
Jake Plummer interview on FOX Sports Arizona
Jake Plummer interview on FOX Sports Arizona
Published: 2011/11/21
Channel: foxsportsarizona
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer talks Peyton and Kubiak
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer talks Peyton and Kubiak
Published: 2015/02/03
Channel: The Denver Post
We Love Jake Plummer Tribute
We Love Jake Plummer Tribute
Published: 2006/12/01
Channel: alpheratz9
Former NFL Star Plays Handball - Jake Plummer Makes Finals!!!
Former NFL Star Plays Handball - Jake Plummer Makes Finals!!!
Published: 2017/01/23
Channel: WPHLiveTV Handball
Catching Up with Former ASU QB Jake Plummer
Catching Up with Former ASU QB Jake Plummer
Published: 2011/01/25
Channel: jakefadden
jake plummer ownen the chiefs
jake plummer ownen the chiefs
Published: 2007/04/04
Channel: limoRb
JediASU:1996 ASU at UCLA JR Redmond Pass to Jake Plummer Rushing TD
JediASU:1996 ASU at UCLA JR Redmond Pass to Jake Plummer Rushing TD
Published: 2012/07/03
Channel: JediASU
UNITE: Jake Plummer Interview
UNITE: Jake Plummer Interview
Published: 2012/10/18
Channel: ESPNUNITE
WPH Sits Down With EX NFL QB, Jake Plummer
WPH Sits Down With EX NFL QB, Jake Plummer
Published: 2014/11/02
Channel: WPHLiveTV Handball
Jake Plummer to Frank Sanders
Jake Plummer to Frank Sanders
Published: 2009/04/18
Channel: Kurlee Daddee
Jake Plummer Tribute
Jake Plummer Tribute
Published: 2008/10/10
Channel: DISTURBED3017
BGOS With Jake Plummer 4-10-13
BGOS With Jake Plummer 4-10-13
Published: 2013/09/11
Channel: Sports360AZ
A decade after his death, Jake Plummer talks about what Pat Tillman meant to him
A decade after his death, Jake Plummer talks about what Pat Tillman meant to him
Published: 2014/04/22
Channel: Sports360AZ
Jake Plummer Family Handball Bash & R48Pro Stop - Ulbert vs Davis - Semis
Jake Plummer Family Handball Bash & R48Pro Stop - Ulbert vs Davis - Semis
Published: 2017/01/25
Channel: WPHLiveTV Handball
Jake Plummer Tribute
Jake Plummer Tribute
Published: 2007/03/24
Channel: rollercoaster2428
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Jake Plummer
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Plummer at the Luke Air Force Base in 1998
No. 16
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1974-12-19) December 19, 1974 (age 42)
Place of birth: Boise, Idaho
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight: 212 lb (96 kg)
Career information
High school: Boise (ID) Capital
College: Arizona State
NFL Draft: 1997 / Round: 2 / Pick: 42
Career history
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
TDInt: 161–161
Passing yards: 29,253
Passer rating: 74.6
Player stats at NFL.com

Jason Steven "Jake" Plummer (born December 19, 1974) is a former professional football player, a quarterback for ten seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He was selected by the Arizona Cardinals in the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft, and spent his first six seasons with the Cardinals and the last four with the Denver Broncos. Plummer played college football at Arizona State University.

His nickname, "Jake the Snake," was given to him as a tribute to professional wrestler, Jake "the Snake" Roberts. Coincidentally, Roberts adopted that nickname as a tribute to his favorite NFL player, former Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler, who was nicknamed "Snake."

Plummer joined the Pac-12 Network in 2013 as a studio analyst for college football.[1]

Early years[edit]

Born in Boise, Idaho in 1974, Jake and his two older brothers spent much of their youth at the family lumber mill and warehouse in Smiley Creek, a town of 50 in the Sawtooths.[2] Plummer attended Pierce Park Elementary, Hillside Junior High, and graduated from Capital High School in 1993. He was a three-sport star in high school, playing baseball and basketball in addition to football. Plummer was selected all-state as both a quarterback and punter and passed for 6,097 yards and 68 touchdowns in his junior and senior years.[3]

College career[edit]

Plummer accepted a football scholarship to Arizona State. He took over as the team's starting quarterback from Grady Benton early in his freshman season, where he remained for the rest of his four years from 1993-1996. He had consistent, but not outstanding, statistical output during his career, and never led the Pac-10 in any major statistical category.[4] He threw for an impressive 1,650 yards in his freshman season, but also had 7 interceptions to just 9 touchdowns. He broke 2,000 yards his sophomore season, and upped his touchdowns to 15. His 2,222 yards and 17 touchdowns junior year, many coming at pivotal moments in games, earned him a strong fan-base and all-conference honors despite a lackluster 6-5 record.[5]

His senior season was arguably the best in school history. The team attracted major national attention in week three when they shutout #1 Nebraska 19-0, snapping their 26-game win streak. Plummer evaded a sack to toss a 25-yard touchdown on the game's opening drive, and finished 20 of 36 for 292 yards, setting a new school record for career passing yards in the process.[6] He led ASU to an undefeated regular season and a Pac-10 championship, aided in no small part by fellow all-conference linebacker and close personal friend Pat Tillman. In the Rose Bowl, he scored a sensational 11-yard go-ahead touchdown run late in the 4th quarter, but the team lost to Ohio State 20–17. A victory likely would have meant a national championship as the only undefeated team in the nation, instead of their 4th-place finish.[2] Plummer finished 3rd in the Heisman Trophy ballot voting behind Florida's Danny Wuerffel and Iowa St's Troy Davis,[7] was a second team All-American, and the Pac-10's Offensive Player of the Year.

Plummer ended his career with several school records; most have since been surpassed, but his 34 games with a rushing or passing touchdown remains an ASU record. A dedicated student, Plummer was also a two-time Academic All-Conference player. A 2013 review listed Jake Plummer as the 16th-best all-time Sun Devil player.[5]

College statistics[edit]

Passing
Year Team GP Cmp Att Pct Yards TDs Int
1993 Arizona State 9 102 199 51.3 1,650 9 7
1994 Arizona State 11 159 294 54.1 2,179 15 9
1995 Arizona State 11 173 301 57.5 2,222 17 9
1996 Arizona State 11 179 313 57.2 2,575 23 9
College Totals 42 613 1,107 55.4 8,626 64 34
School rank[8] 4th 3rd - 3rd 4th -

Professional career[edit]

Arizona Cardinals (1997–2002)[edit]

Plummer was drafted in the 2nd round of the 1997 NFL draft by the hometown Arizona Cardinals. He played behind Kent Graham and Stoney Case at the start of his rookie season. He took his first snap late in the 4th quarter of game 7, and promptly led the Cardinals on a 98-yard drive, going 4-of-6 for 87 yards and capping it with a 31-yard go-ahead touchdown. He led the Cardinals to 3 of their 4 victories that year. Already locally popular from his days at ASU, according to teammate Chad Carpenter he was now treated "like a god. We go to a restaurant and people stand up and clap when he walks by."[2] In 1998, the Cardinals drafted Plummer's friend Pat Tillman, and the two started all 16 games en route to a 9–7 regular season record. In game 10 against Dallas Cowboys, he threw for a stellar 465 yards and three touchdowns. In the playoffs, he led the Cardinals to an upset of the same Cowboys for the franchise's first postseason victory since 1947,[9] before losing in the second round to Minnesota Vikings.

Plummer had a disappointing season in 1999; he went 3–8 as a starter, threw 9 touchdowns to 24 interceptions, and the Cardinals finished 6–10. Regarding Plummer's season, the Football Outsiders commented: "At the start of the 1999 season, Jake Plummer was being celebrated as one of the NFL's best young quarterbacks, the man who would make the Cardinals respectable again. By the end of the 1999 season, Plummer ranked as the league's worst quarterback."[10] He reputation as a risk-taking "gunslinger" became a liability. In 2000 Plummer threw for 2,946 yards, 21 interceptions, and had a 66.0 quarterback rating. Although he reached 10,000 career passing yards (in 47 starts), Plummer compiled a 3–11 record and the Cardinals finished last in the NFC East.

Plummer bounced back in 2001 with his best statistical season with the Cardinals. He was one of only two NFL quarterbacks to take every snap for his team (Kerry Collins was the other), and he passed for 3,653 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions. During the season, he had a stretch of 142 consecutive pass attempts without throwing an interception. Plummer also led the NFL in fourth-quarter passing yards (1,227) and the Cardinals to a 7–9 record.

Plummer's last season with the Cardinals was 2002 and again his statistics were down (65.7 passer rating, 2,972 yards, 18 touchdowns and 20 interceptions). On September 22 against the San Diego Chargers, he eclipsed 15,000 career passing yards.

As of 2017's NFL off-season, Jake Plummer held at least 9 Cardinals franchise records, including:

  • Passing TDs: rookie season (15 in 1997), rookie game (4 on 1997-12-07 WAS)
  • Passer Rating: rookie game (119.1 on 1997-11-30 PIT)
  • Sacked: game (10 on 1997-11-30 PIT), rookie season (52 in 1997), rookie game (10 on 1997-11-30 PIT)
  • Yds/Pass Att: rookie season (7.44 in 1997)
  • Pass Yds/Game: rookie season (220.3 in 1997)
  • 300+ yard passing games: playoffs (2)

Denver Broncos (2003–2006)[edit]

Plummer signs a football at Broncos training camp in 2006.

After spending the first decade of his adult life in the Valley of the Sun, Plummer signed as a free agent with the Denver Broncos in 2003, replacing Brian Griese. Though the laid-back Plummer would clash often with the domineering head coach Mike Shanahan,[2] his guidance helped Plummer finish with a career-high 91.2 quarterback rating. On September 22, he had the longest run by a Broncos QB on Monday Night Football, a 40-yard scramble in a 31–10 win over the Oakland Raiders.[11] He led the Broncos to a wild card playoff berth, where the Broncos were beaten 41–10 by the Indianapolis Colts.

In 2004 he matched or surpassed several of Broncos Hall of Fame QB John Elway's passing records (including passing yardage and passing touchdowns in a single season). In a game 1 win against Kansas City, he reached 20,000 career passing yards. In game 8, he threw for a spectacular 499 yards and 4 touchdowns against Atlanta. However, continuing a career-long shortcoming, he also threw three interceptions in the loss, and led the league that season with 20. He led the Broncos to a second straight wild card playoff berth, but the Broncos were again beaten by the Colts 49–24, despite Plummer's 103.1 passer rating in the contest.

In 2005 Plummer experienced arguably his best season as a professional. Most notable was his streak of 229 passes without an interception, the longest such streak of his career. Along the way, Plummer helped the Broncos compile a 13–3 record, a #2 seed, and a first round bye in the AFC playoffs (behind the Colts). The Broncos' first game was against the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional Game at Invesco Field. Although not outstanding, Plummer's performance (15–26 for 197 yards, 1 touchdown, 1 interception) helped the Broncos break the Patriots' winning streak of 11 postseason games and gain their first postseason victory since Super Bowl XXXIII. However, Plummer accounted for four turnovers in the AFC Championship game and the Broncos were defeated 34–17 by the eventual Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers.

On November 27, 2006, after a lackluster performance in the first eleven games, and following back-to-back losses to the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, head coach Mike Shanahan announced that Plummer would be replaced at starting quarterback by rookie Jay Cutler. The decision to hand a 7–4 team over to a rookie quarterback was met by fans and media with mixed reactions.[12][2] Those who viewed Plummer as inconsistent heralded the change as one that would revive the Broncos' struggling offense;[13] others claimed such a move was ill-advised, especially given that Plummer had guided the Broncos to the AFC Championship game the year before; Plummer had also been 40–18 with Denver in both regular season and playoff games, while leading his teams to 30 game-tying/winning drives in his career, a league high. In Denver's first game of the season with Cutler starting, a 23–20 overtime loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Plummer served as holder. After four games on the bench, Plummer was put back for one series in the season finale against San Francisco when Cutler suffered a shoulder injury. On his last professional play, he evaded a sack and (much to Shanahan's annoyance) threw a high-risk hail mary that was intercepted, emblematic of a career totaling both 161 touchdowns and 161 interceptions.

As of 2017's NFL off-season, Jake Plummer held at least 2 Broncos franchise records, including:

  • Passing Yards: game (499 on 2004-10-31 ATL)
  • Passer Rating: playoff season (103.1 in 2004)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2007)[edit]

On March 3, 2007, Plummer was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a 2008 conditional draft pick. However, rumors began to surface that Plummer was going to choose retirement over competition with the Buccaneers' four other quarterbacks on the roster (Bruce Gradkowski, Tim Rattay, Jeff Garcia, and Luke McCown).[14] On March 9, Plummer ended the speculation by announcing his decision to retire.[2] Plummer also confirmed his retirement through the Jake Plummer Foundation's website.[15]

Since he was still under contract to the Buccaneers and had already been given his contract signing bonus, Tampa Bay coach Jon Gruden met with Plummer in July to try to convince him to reconsider and report for training camp.[2][16] However, the attempt was unsuccessful and the team sued for recovery of the bonus. A settlement was finally reached on June 10, 2008 in which Plummer was required to pay back $3.5 million to the Buccaneers.[17]

NFL Statistics[edit]

NFL Career statistics
Year Team Games Starts Passing Rushing Rating
Comp Att Pct Yards Avg. TD Int Att Yards Avg. TD
1997 ARI 10 9 157 296 53.0 2,203 7.4 15 15 39 216 5.5 2 73.1
1998 ARI 16 16 324 547 59.2 3,737 6.8 17 20 51 217 4.3 4 75.0
1999 ARI 12 11 201 381 52.8 2,111 5.5 9 24 39 121 3.1 2 50.8
2000 ARI 14 14 270 475 56.8 2,946 6.2 13 21 37 183 4.9 0 66.0
2001 ARI 16 16 304 525 57.9 3,653 7.0 18 14 35 163 4.7 0 79.6
2002 ARI 16 16 284 530 53.6 2,972 5.6 18 20 46 283 6.2 2 65.7
2003 DEN 11 11 189 302 62.6 2,182 7.2 15 7 37 205 5.5 3 91.2
2004 DEN 16 16 303 521 58.2 4,089 7.8 27 20 62 202 3.3 1 84.5
2005 DEN 16 16 277 456 60.7 3,366 7.4 18 7 46 151 3.3 2 90.2
2006 DEN 16 11 175 317 55.2 1,994 6.3 11 13 36 112 3.1 1 68.8
NFL Career Totals[18] 143 136 2,484 4,350 57.1 29,253 6.7 161 161 428 1,853 4.3 17 74.6

Handball[edit]

Since his retirement from the NFL, Plummer has been an avid player of four-wall handball.[2] He attended his first professional handball tournament in 2007 when he entered the Simple Green US Open of Handball (with brother Eric) in the pro doubles division where the pair lost to future Hall of Fame members John Bike and Danny Bell. In 2008, Plummer hosted his own pro invitational and lost in the finals of the pro consolation bracket to #37 ranked, Jeff Kastner. Also in 2008, Plummer lost in the semifinals of the 2008's Idaho State Singles Championships to his brother (the eventual champion).[19][20]

Personal[edit]

On March 23, 1997, Plummer was accused of fondling three women at the Tempe, Arizona night club, Club Rio. The women stated to police that Plummer reached under their skirts and down their pants while dancing with them and consuming alcohol. When one of the women objected, he allegedly kicked her in the leg. Plummer was formally charged on May 28, 1997, with felony sexual abuse. He later struck a plea bargain, received two years probation, was also fined $1,020, and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service.[21] Plummer's off-the-field reputation remained rocky throughout his career, with much attention devoted to flipping off a fan, a loud traffic dispute, and a feud with a Denver gossip columnist.[2] Plummer has also stirred controversy by with his support of medical marijuana, which he claims to use regularly to deal with lingering post-football injuries,[22] and hostile reaction to Jerry Jones' dismissal of NFL players with brain injuries.[23] Plummer also started an Alzheimer's foundation, made time during his career to walk dogs at a shelter he donated $10,000 to on retirement, and developed personal connections with children affected by 9/11.[2]

Plummer married former Broncos cheerleader Kollette Klassen on August 26, 2007, who he met in 2005. In June 2010, Kollette gave birth to the couple's first child. On retirement, Jake grew a scraggly beard and moved to Sandpoint, Idaho (though the couple also have a house in Boulder, Colorado) where he lived in relative anonymity. His former agent Leigh Steinberg said he is "one of the minuscule few that I could see living a completely fulfilled life away from sport... he was as close to an egoless major star as I've seen." When a concerned Meals on Wheels supervisor in Sandpoint insisted her jobless, "scruffy", long-time volunteer keep track of the miles he drove for the organization for reimbursement, she was "dumbstruck" to discover he was a former NFL star.[2]

In September 2007, Plummer was inducted into the Arizona State Hall of Fame. Later that year, he made a brief appearance in the 2007 Holiday Bowl, when he introduced the ASU players prior to the team playing game. On October 29, 2010, Plummer was honored, along with all Sun Devil Quarterbacks, at a Legends Luncheon hosted by the Arizona State University Alumni Association and Sun Devil Club. Other honorees included Danny White, Andrew Walter, John F. Goodman, and Jeff Van Raaphorst.[24] Plummer has been an assistant football coach at Sandpoint High School since 2009.[25]

Relationship with Pat Tillman[edit]

Plummer was a teammate with safety Pat Tillman, at both Arizona State and the Arizona Cardinals, and the two became close friends.[2] After the 2001 season, while Plummer was still with the Cardinals, Tillman joined the U.S. Army Rangers in response to 9/11. During leave in January 2004, the two showed up announced at a handball tournament in Seattle in support of Jake's brother, Eric.[2]

Following Tillman's death in Afghanistan on April 22, 2004, all NFL players wore a memorial decal on their helmets on September 24 in honor of Tillman and the Cardinals continued to wear this decal throughout the 2004 season. Plummer, who by this point was with the Broncos, also requested to wear the decal for the entire season, but the NFL turned him down because his helmet would not be uniform with the rest of his team. For the 2005 season Plummer grew an untrimmed, full beard and wore his hair long in honor of Tillman,[2] who had worn such a style in the NFL before cutting his hair and shaving off his beard to fit military uniform guidelines. Plummer delivered Tillman's funeral eulogy in a suit and flip-flops in honor of his friend's trademark style.[2]

Medical marijuana activism[edit]

Five years after retiring from the NFL, Plummer started to use prescribed cannabidiol to treat his aches, soreness, and pains sustained during his years playing football.[26] Plummer claims its use helped with his joint inflammation and migraines, and greatly helped with his depression.[27]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Former Arizona State quarterback Jake Plummer joins Pac-12 Networks". Pac-12 Conference. August 28, 2013. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Ballard, Chris (February 14, 2011). "What Was He Thinking?: You have to wonder why a red-blooded American male in his prime would walk away from fame and fortune as an NFL quarterback to play handball and hang with his family and his dogs. Don't you?". Sports Illustrated. Time Inc. Retrieved 2017-02-20. <
  3. ^ Raffel, John. "Player Spotlight: Jake Plummer". Retrieved 2008-12-15. 
  4. ^ "Jake Plummer College Stats". College Football at Sports-Reference.com. 
  5. ^ a b Crowley, Kerry (16 August 2013). "'Summer of Legends' No. 16 Jake Plummer". House of Sparky. 
  6. ^ "Football: No. 17 Arizona State 19, No. 1 Nebraska 0". www.thesundevils.com. Associated Press. 
  7. ^ "1996 Heisman Trophy Voting". College Football at Sports-Reference.com. Archived from the original on 2012-05-25. 
  8. ^ As of 2017; see article Arizona State Sun Devils football statistical leaders or the ASU Media Guide
  9. ^ "Arizona Cardinals Playoff History". Pro-Football-Reference.com. 
  10. ^ "FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis - 1999 DVOA Ratings and Commentary". footballoutsiders.com. 
  11. ^ "Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos - September 22nd, 2003 - Pro-Football-Reference.com". Pro-Football-Reference.com. 
  12. ^ Mason, Andrew (2006-11-27). "Cutler to Start". DenverBroncos.com. Retrieved 2006-11-29. 
  13. ^ Klis, Mike (2006-11-26). "Start the Cutler era". denverpost.com. Retrieved 2008-08-23. 
  14. ^ Bill Williamson (2007-03-02). "Plummer refuses to take trade". DenverPost.com. Retrieved 2007-03-02. 
  15. ^ Klis, Mike (March 3, 2007). "Plummer: I'm really retiring". DenverPost.com. Retrieved March 13, 2015. 
  16. ^ Jim Flynn (2007-07-26). "Bucs News & Notes July 26, 2007". PewterReport.com. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-07-26. 
  17. ^ Klis, Mike (June 10, 2008). "Plummer, Bucs reach settlement". Denver Post. 
  18. ^ Jake Plummer NFL Profile. NFL.com. Retrieved 2013-03-19.
  19. ^ Hammond, Rich (2007-10-19). "Plummer's handball odyssey". denverpost.com. Retrieved 2007-10-22. 
  20. ^ Clemmons, Anna Katherine (2008-11-17). "Where in the world is Jake Plummer? Playing handball". espn.com. Retrieved 2008-11-17. 
  21. ^ "Plummer Gets Probation In Sex-abuse Case". tribunedigital-chicagotribune. Chicago Tribune. 
  22. ^ Cook, Brandon (December 8, 2014). "A Personal Look At Marijuana Policy". Whaxy. Retrieved March 13, 2015. 
  23. ^ Petchesky, Barry. "Jake Plummer Has Some Thoughts For "Billionaire Asshole" Jerry Jones". Deadspin. 
  24. ^ "News". ASU Alumni Association. Archived from the original on 2010-09-22. 
  25. ^ "Jake Plummer coaching at Sandpoint High". Sports Illustrated.com. Associated Press. April 17, 2009. 
  26. ^ Marves, Alex. "Jake Plummer pushes NFL to research possible marijuana benefits". Fox Sports. 
  27. ^ Plummer, Jake. "Jake Plummer’s Plan to Alleviate Pain for Players". Monday Morning Quarterback. Sports Illustrated. 

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