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Kerry Collins; A Giants Great
Kerry Collins; A Giants Great
Published: 2014/08/10
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08-09 Kerry Collins HL Part 1
08-09 Kerry Collins HL Part 1
Published: 2010/02/18
Channel: TeufelHundt
WK 10: Kerry Collins highlights - Kerry Collins leads the Titans past the Bears wit
WK 10: Kerry Collins highlights - Kerry Collins leads the Titans past the Bears wit
Published: 2017/06/10
Channel: NFL Highlights History
WK 5: Collins game-winning drive - Kerry Collins leads the Titans on a game-winning
WK 5: Collins game-winning drive - Kerry Collins leads the Titans on a game-winning
Published: 2017/06/08
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Amani Toomer
Amani Toomer's 204 Receiving Yards vs Colts
Published: 2015/01/25
Channel: john smith
1996 Divisional Playoffs: Panthers First Playoff Win | Cowboys vs. Panthers | NFL Full Game
1996 Divisional Playoffs: Panthers First Playoff Win | Cowboys vs. Panthers | NFL Full Game
Published: 2016/10/21
Channel: NFL
Bill Romanowski breaks Kerry Collins jaw
Bill Romanowski breaks Kerry Collins jaw
Published: 2014/01/16
Channel: BRAVEorGRAVE
Colts Agree to Terms With QB Kerry Collins
Colts Agree to Terms With QB Kerry Collins
Published: 2011/08/25
Channel: Associated Press
Every QB to Play for the Raiders Since Super Bowl XXXVII | NFL Network | Good Morning Football
Every QB to Play for the Raiders Since Super Bowl XXXVII | NFL Network | Good Morning Football
Published: 2017/01/05
Channel: NFL Network
Collins goes deep, surpasses 40,000 yards - Titans QB Kerry Collins goes deep and c
Collins goes deep, surpasses 40,000 yards - Titans QB Kerry Collins goes deep and c
Published: 2017/07/11
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Pro Bowl: Kerry Collins highlights - Kerry Collins passes for 108 yards, 1 TD, 1 IN
Pro Bowl: Kerry Collins highlights - Kerry Collins passes for 108 yards, 1 TD, 1 IN
Published: 2017/06/15
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Amani Toomer catches 82 yard flea flicker TD vs Colts in 2002
Amani Toomer catches 82 yard flea flicker TD vs Colts in 2002
Published: 2014/05/22
Channel: Angry Mut Guy
NY Giants Game Winning Drives - 2001 vs Seahawks
NY Giants Game Winning Drives - 2001 vs Seahawks
Published: 2015/03/08
Channel: john smith
Al singleton picks Kerry Collins for Six at NYG 2003
Al singleton picks Kerry Collins for Six at NYG 2003
Published: 2016/07/08
Channel: Timmy Johnson
Alge Crumpler TD - Kerry Collins finds Alge Crumpler in the end zone for a 1-yard s
Alge Crumpler TD - Kerry Collins finds Alge Crumpler in the end zone for a 1-yard s
Published: 2017/06/21
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Top 10 Worst Pro Bowl Seasons-QB
Top 10 Worst Pro Bowl Seasons-QB's
Published: 2014/04/05
Channel: Y0gurt Assassin
Peyton Manning to Kerry Collins warming up at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii
Peyton Manning to Kerry Collins warming up at the Pro Bowl in Hawaii
Published: 2012/03/12
Channel: Pebblebeachgolfer
Kerry Collins & Ki-Jana Carter on 1994 Penn State Team
Kerry Collins & Ki-Jana Carter on 1994 Penn State Team
Published: 2014/09/09
Channel: StateCollegeDotCom
1995 Rose Bowl Highlights Penn State vs. Oregon
1995 Rose Bowl Highlights Penn State vs. Oregon
Published: 2011/02/01
Channel: palmeroids
Colts Sign Kerry Collins
Colts Sign Kerry Collins
Published: 2011/08/25
Channel: ESPN Player
60 For 60 - Kerry Collins on George Strait
60 For 60 - Kerry Collins on George Strait
Published: 2013/04/23
Channel: George Strait
Scaife TD - Titans QB Kerry Collins connects with TE Bo Scaife, who dives into the
Scaife TD - Titans QB Kerry Collins connects with TE Bo Scaife, who dives into the
Published: 2017/07/07
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Steelers continue defensive onslaught - Kerry Collins filling in for Vince Young, t
Steelers continue defensive onslaught - Kerry Collins filling in for Vince Young, t
Published: 2017/06/25
Channel: NFL Highlights History
1994 Penn State vs. Ohio State (10 Minutes Or Less)
1994 Penn State vs. Ohio State (10 Minutes Or Less)
Published: 2010/06/01
Channel: LBUvideos
08-09 Kerry Collins HL Part 2
08-09 Kerry Collins HL Part 2
Published: 2010/02/18
Channel: TeufelHundt
2000 - Kerry Collins Throws Pass to Wrong Man
2000 - Kerry Collins Throws Pass to Wrong Man
Published: 2017/10/08
Channel: Savage Brick Archive
GameDay: Eagles vs. Titans highlights - Kerry Collins threw three touchdown passes
GameDay: Eagles vs. Titans highlights - Kerry Collins threw three touchdown passes
Published: 2017/06/28
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Penn State Kerry Collins and Kyle Brady
Penn State Kerry Collins and Kyle Brady
Published: 2008/07/27
Channel: vinnymckee
Hackenberg on meeting Kerry Collins
Hackenberg on meeting Kerry Collins
Published: 2017/08/10
Channel: Mark Brennan
Colts vs. Texans Video: Watch Kerry Collins Fumble Deep in Own Territory
Colts vs. Texans Video: Watch Kerry Collins Fumble Deep in Own Territory
Published: 2011/09/11
Channel: rdtcfb
Allen intercepts Collins - Texans CB Jason Allen intercepts Kerry Collins in the 3r
Allen intercepts Collins - Texans CB Jason Allen intercepts Kerry Collins in the 3r
Published: 2017/07/10
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Tennessee Titans starting QB in 2011: Jake Locker or Kerry Collins?
Tennessee Titans starting QB in 2011: Jake Locker or Kerry Collins?
Published: 2011/05/11
Channel: Pro Football Weekly
Kerry Collins throw at Giants Super Bowl parade
Kerry Collins throw at Giants Super Bowl parade
Published: 2012/02/15
Channel: xsupermodel87
Kerry Collins is a joke
Kerry Collins is a joke
Published: 2011/09/09
Channel: ICU1337
Kerry Collins Tribute 08/09
Kerry Collins Tribute 08/09
Published: 2009/08/25
Channel: firewire619
Kerry Collins and the United Way
Kerry Collins and the United Way
Published: 2008/03/18
Channel: wecster
#2 Penn State at Illinois - 11/12/94 (The Drive)
#2 Penn State at Illinois - 11/12/94 (The Drive)
Published: 2011/10/24
Channel: vslice02
United Way and the NFL - Kerry Collins
United Way and the NFL - Kerry Collins
Published: 2007/08/25
Channel: TIcowboys
PSU Football Story: Kerry Collins - 2002 Visit with PSU QB
PSU Football Story: Kerry Collins - 2002 Visit with PSU QB's
Published: 2011/04/09
Channel: vslice02
Troy Polamalu
Troy Polamalu's Interception vs. The Titans One Hand
Published: 2011/07/27
Channel: mrkioking
Collins Preparing to Play if Needed
Collins Preparing to Play if Needed
Published: 2011/09/06
Channel: Associated Press
Kerry Collins Replaces Keith Bulluck As A Titans Sports Commentary
Kerry Collins Replaces Keith Bulluck As A Titans Sports Commentary
Published: 2013/08/27
Channel: Mark The FaceZone
Kerry Collins Incomplete Pass, Ravens Win
Kerry Collins Incomplete Pass, Ravens Win
Published: 2009/01/11
Channel: Chadsymptom
Billick commends Kurt Warner and Kerry Collins
Billick commends Kurt Warner and Kerry Collins
Published: 2008/11/06
Channel: WNST
Kerry Collins beasting it
Kerry Collins beasting it
Published: 2011/09/28
Channel: Klassictaste
Monologue by Kerry Collins
Monologue by Kerry Collins
Published: 2016/04/11
Channel: Kate Collins
LSU Tiger/Redskin Laron Landry
LSU Tiger/Redskin Laron Landry's 1st game, same results!!!!
Published: 2007/08/12
Channel: magicmycote
Washington 3-yard touchdown - Kerry Collins hits WR Nate Washington for a 3-yard to
Washington 3-yard touchdown - Kerry Collins hits WR Nate Washington for a 3-yard to
Published: 2017/07/09
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Trent Cole sacks Kerry Collins (2010).
Trent Cole sacks Kerry Collins (2010).
Published: 2011/01/05
Channel: FrenchEaglesFan
Brick Lord - "Katie" (Prod. By Kerry Collins)
Brick Lord - "Katie" (Prod. By Kerry Collins)
Published: 2016/09/02
Channel: Brick Lord King
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Kerry Collins
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Collins with the Tennessee Titans in 2008
No. 12, 13, 5
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1972-12-30) December 30, 1972 (age 44)
Place of birth: Lebanon, Pennsylvania
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 247 lb (112 kg)
Career information
High school: West Lawn (PA) Wilson
College: Penn State
NFL Draft: 1995 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5
Career history
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
TDINT: 208–196
Passing yards: 40,922
Passer rating: 73.8
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

Kerry Michael Collins (born December 30, 1972) is a former American football quarterback who played 17 seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football for Penn State University and earned All-American honors. He was drafted by the Carolina Panthers with the fifth overall pick of the 1995 NFL Draft, the first choice in the franchise's history.

He also played for the New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans, and Indianapolis Colts. He defeated every NFL team except the Miami Dolphins during his career, and threw for over 200 touchdowns. He led the New York Giants to an appearance in Super Bowl XXXV where they lost to the Baltimore Ravens by a score of 34–7.

Early years[edit]

Collins was born in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. He attended Lebanon High School, until 1987, when he transferred to Wilson High School in West Lawn, Pennsylvania, and played high school football, basketball, and baseball for the Wilson Bulldogs.

College career[edit]

Collins attended Pennsylvania State University, where he played for coach Joe Paterno's Penn State Nittany Lions football team from 1991 to 1994. As a senior quarterback in 1994, he was recognized as a consensus first-team All-American, having received first-team honors from the Associated Press, United Press International, The Football News, the Football Writers Association of America, the Walter Camp Foundation and The Sporting News. Collins also captured two of college football’s major postseason prizes — the Maxwell Award, presented to the nation's outstanding player, and the Davey O'Brien Award, which goes to the nation’s top quarterback. Collins finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy balloting that year. In addition, he was chosen UPI Back-of-the-Year and garnered Player-of-the-Year honors from ABC-TV/Chevrolet and the Big Ten Conference. Collins made a serious run at the NCAA season passing efficiency record, falling just four points short (172.8), the fourth-highest figure in NCAA annals. He broke Penn State season records for total offense (2,660), completions (176), passing yardage (2,679), completion percentage (66.7), yards per attempt (10.15) and passing efficiency (172.86). He had 14 consecutive completions at Minnesota, another Penn State record. Collins was the linchpin of an explosive offense that shattered 14 school records and led the nation in scoring (47.8 ppg.) and total offense (520.2 ypg.). With 5,304 career passing yards, Collins ranks third in Penn State annals and is one of only three quarterbacks to top 5,000 yards through the air. With Collins at quarterback, the 1994 Nittany Lions completed an undefeated season, the fifth under coach Joe Paterno, capped by a Rose Bowl win over Pac-10 Champion Oregon. His team was voted #1 by the New York Times, although they were voted #2 behind undefeated Nebraska in the traditional polls (AP Poll and Coaches' Poll) used to determine Division 1-A champions prior to the BCS era.

Season Comp Att Percent Yards TD INT W L
1991 3 6 50.0% 95 1 1 0 0
1992 64 137 46.7% 925 4 2 2 3
1993 127 250 50.8% 1,605 13 11 7 2
1994 176 264 66.7% 2,679 21 7 12 0
Total 370 657 56.3% 5,304 39 21 21 5

Professional career[edit]

Collins presently ranks 16th all-time in NFL career passing yardage and 11th all-time in NFL career passing completions. He was less successful in terms of wins and losses, and finished with a career total of 81 regular season wins (winning percentage of .450) and three playoff wins (winning percentage of .429). His lone Super Bowl appearance was for the New York Giants in their loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XXXV. He played for a large number of professional teams, and is regarded as a journeyman quarterback.

Carolina Panthers[edit]

Collins was selected as the Carolina Panthers' first round pick (fifth overall) in the 1995 NFL Draft. He was the first player ever chosen by the Panthers in the annual college draft, though other players—some free agents, as well as players from the expansion draft—had previously signed with the team. In his three seasons with the Panthers, he threw for 7,295 yards, 39 touchdowns, and 49 interceptions. His completion percentage was 52.6% and his quarterback rating was 65.6. In his second season, he led the Panthers to the NFC Championship Game.

Collins threw 21 interceptions during the 1997 season and the Panthers finished 7–9, just one season after advancing to the NFC Championship.

Carolina started the 1998 season with Collins as its starting quarterback. After an 0–4 start, Collins walked into head coach Dom Capers' office and, as Collins later put it, "told Coach Capers my heart's not in it, I'm not happy, and I don't feel like I can play right now."[1] He asked to be traded, but was instead placed on waivers by Carolina during the 1998 season and subsequently signed with the New Orleans Saints to finish the season with seven more starts but only two wins.

Collins would later say that he did not intend to quit the Panthers, only to sit out for a few weeks. However, Capers interpreted his request as quitting on the team and he was released. He later admitted that much of his erratic behavior was due to his struggles with alcoholism. After being arrested for drunk driving later that year, he was ordered by the NFL to seek treatment for alcohol abuse.[2]

Franchise records[edit]

Collins held or shared four Panthers franchise records As of 2017:

  • Passing touchdowns, rookie game (3; with Cam Newton x2)
  • Interceptions, season (21 in 1997), rookie season (19; with Chris Weinke), rookie game (4 on 1995-11-12 @STL and 1995-11-26 @NOR; with Chris Weinke and Cam Newton)

New York Giants[edit]

Collins started the 1999 season as the Giants' second-string quarterback behind Kent Graham, but claimed the starting job in Week 11 as Graham struggled with a 5–4 record. In the 2000 season, Collins led the Giants to Super Bowl XXXV, where they lost to the Baltimore Ravens. During the 2001 season, Collins set a single-season NFL record with 23 fumbles,[3] a record tied in 2002 by then-Minnesota Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper. In 2002, Collins set the Giants single season franchise passing record with 4,073 yards; the record was broken by Eli Manning in 2011. After five seasons, 68 starts and 16,875 yards, Collins was released by the Giants in 2004.[4] The team had already signed former league MVP Kurt Warner and traded for 2004's #1 draft pick, Eli Manning.

Oakland Raiders[edit]

After his release from the Giants, Collins signed a three-year, $16.82 million contract with the Oakland Raiders. Collins began the 2004 season as the team's backup to Rich Gannon, but took over the starting role when Gannon suffered a neck injury in the third week of the regular season. Collins was the team's starting quarterback for the 2005 season, subsequent to Gannon's retirement.[5]

The 2005 Raiders season started off well for Collins, but he was benched after a 34–10 Week 12 loss to the San Diego Chargers. He was replaced by Marques Tuiasosopo. After Tuiasosopo's 26–10 loss at the Jets in Week 13, Collins regained his starting job in Week 14 against the Cleveland Browns (a 9–7 loss at home). After two seasons and a 7–21 record with the Raiders, Collins was cut on March 10, 2006 in what was at least partially a move designed to free space with the salary cap.

Tennessee Titans[edit]

On August 28, 2006, Collins agreed to a one-year contract with the Tennessee Titans. After three games, all losses for the Titans, Collins had completed fewer than half his passes, and had thrown one touchdown and six interceptions. Vince Young, who played extensively as a substitute in the second game, started the fourth through sixth games while Collins saw no playing time in any of them. On March 5, 2007, he re-signed with the Titans.

Collins (right) and Peyton Manning at the 2009 Pro Bowl.

After Young was injured against Jacksonville on September 7, 2008, Collins finished the game and was named the Titans starting quarterback for the rest of 2008 later that week. On September 21, 2008, Collins became the 15th player in NFL history to pass for more than 35,000 yards. Coming into the game against the Houston Texans, Collins needed only 90 yards to eclipse the mark. On his ninth completion of 13 attempts, Collins completed a 17-yard pass to Justin McCareins to give him 107 yards on the day and 35,017 yards for his career.

The Titans finished the 2008 regular season with a record of 13–3, top seed in the playoffs, and a first round bye. In the divisional round they lost to the Baltimore Ravens 13–10. A last minute field goal by Matt Stover won the game for the Ravens. Collins indicated after the season that he would like to play in 2009, but only as a starter.[6] Collins replaced Jets quarterback Brett Favre in the 2009 Pro Bowl, after first alternate Philip Rivers pulled out. He re-signed with the Titans on February 27, 2009. His new contract was worth $15 million, with $8.5 million guaranteed over two years.[7]

Collins (left) with the Tennessee Titans, and Matt Schaub.

Collins returned as the team's starting quarterback for the beginning of the 2009 season. In week six the Titans were defeated by the New England Patriots 59–0. After that loss and a 0–6 record on the season, coach Jeff Fisher replaced Collins as starting quarterback with Vince Young, three days before the November 1, 2009 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Fisher stated that he was against this decision, saying that the problems with the team were unrelated to quarterback play, but he made the substitution after being urged by Titans owner Bud Adams to do so.[8] The Titans won five straight games with Young as quarterback, and later finished the season 8–8.[9]

Collins officially announced his retirement from the NFL on July 7, 2011."[10]

Indianapolis Colts[edit]

On August 24, 2011, Collins decided to forgo his retirement plans and agreed with the Indianapolis Colts on a contract deal.[11] The contract was worth one-year and $4 million.[12] Collins was signed as insurance for Peyton Manning, who was recovering from offseason neck surgery. The Colts named Collins the starter for week one, ending Manning's streak of 227 consecutive starts (208 regular season plus 19 playoff games) and making Collins the first quarterback other than Manning to start a regular season game for the Colts since Jim Harbaugh in week 17 of the 1997 NFL season.[13] On October 25, 2011, the Colts placed Collins on injured reserve due to a concussion, ending his season.

On March 8, the Colts officially released Collins from their active roster.

After his release, Collins did not re-sign with any team and would retire from professional football. His 40,922 career passing yards ranks 15th all-time at present, and his 3,487 completions ranks 12th all-time at present.

Awards[edit]

Career statistics[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Year Team GP Passing Rushing
Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Att Yds TD
1995 Carolina 15 214 432 49.5 2,717 14 19 61.9 42 74 3
1996 Carolina 13 204 364 56.0 2,454 14 9 79.4 32 38 0
1997 Carolina 13 200 381 52.5 2,124 11 21 55.7 26 65 1
1998 Carolina 4 76 162 46.9 1,011 8 5 70.8 7 40 0
1998 New Orleans 7 94 191 49.2 1,202 4 10 54.5 23 113 1
1999 NYG 10 191 332 57.5 2,316 8 11 73.3 19 36 2
2000 NYG 16 311 529 58.8 3,610 22 13 83.1 41 65 1
2001 NYG 16 327 568 57.6 3,764 19 16 77.1 39 73 0
2002 NYG 16 335 545 61.5 4,073 19 14 85.4 44 -3 0
2003 NYG 13 284 500 56.8 3,110 13 16 70.7 17 49 0
2004 Oakland 14 289 513 56.3 3,495 21 20 74.8 16 36 0
2005 Oakland 15 302 565 53.5 3,759 20 12 77.3 17 39 1
2006 Tennessee 4 42 90 46.7 549 1 6 42.3 0 0 0
2007 Tennessee 6 50 82 61.0 531 0 0 79.9 3 -3 0
2008 Tennessee 16 242 415 58.3 2,676 12 7 80.2 25 49 0
2009 Tennessee 7 119 216 55.1 1,225 6 8 65.5 11 15 1
2010 Tennessee 10 160 278 57.6 1,823 14 8 82.2 10 1 0
2011 Indianapolis 3 48 98 49.0 481 2 1 65.9 2 -1 0
Regular season totals 198 3,487 6,261 55.7 40,922 208 196 73.8 374 686 10

Playoffs[edit]

    Passing   Rushing
Season Team League GP Comp Att Pct Yds TD INT Att Yds TD
1996 Carolina NFL 2 31 59 52.5 315 3 3 7 4 0
2000 NYG NFL 3 56 98 57.1 622 5 6 14 26 0
2002 NYG NFL 1 29 43 67.4 342 4 1 0 0 0
2008 TEN NFL 1 29 42 61.9 281 0 1 1 0 0
Playoff totals 7 145 242 59.7 1,560 12 11 22 30 0

Major League Baseball Draft[edit]

Collins was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 26th round of the 1990 MLB draft, but opted to attend Penn State. Detroit selected him in the 60th round of the 1991 amateur draft, but he did not sign with the club. He was again selected in the 48th round of the 1994 amateur draft by the Toronto Blue Jays but again did not sign.[14]

Personal life[edit]

Battles with alcoholism[edit]

Before the 1997 season got underway, Collins's private battle with alcoholism started to make public headlines. In a highly publicized incident, on the last night of Carolina Panthers training camp in 1997, Collins used the racial slur "nigger" in reference to black teammate Muhsin Muhammad while in a drunken state at a bar in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Supposedly, Collins also inadvertently slurred offensive lineman Norberto Garrido, who is of Hispanic descent. It was widely rumored that Garrido punched Collins in the eye as a result, although this was later proven false.[15] A Tom Collins variant named after Kerry was popularized in Fayetteville, North Carolina following this incident.

On November 2, 1998, Collins was arrested for drunk driving in Charlotte, North Carolina. He finished the 1998 season in New Orleans and signed with the New York Giants as a free agent on February 19, 1999. Not long after signing with New York, Collins decided to seek treatment for his alcoholism. He entered a rehabilitation clinic in Topeka, Kansas.

Collins in Nashville helping clean out homes after floods damaged the city

While a member of the New York Giants, Collins remained in therapy for four years. As a member of the Tennessee Titans, he readdressed the 1997 racial slur incident, explaining that "The guys were talking to each other that way, and I was trying to be funny and thought I could do it, too. I was so upset by it. It was bad judgment. I could have been labeled a racist for the rest of my career. I had to live with the way I used that word with a teammate. Extremely poor judgment. I was naïve to think I could use that word in any context."[16]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Video". CNN. October 19, 1998. Retrieved May 7, 2010. 
  2. ^ King, Peter (22 January 2001). "Renewed and revitalized at 28, Collins finally comes clean". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on 1 May 2001. Retrieved 23 October 2014. 
  3. ^ NFL.com record book
  4. ^ Best, Neil (April 27, 2004). "Collins, Giants ready to part ways". Newsday. Archived from the original on May 1, 2004. 
  5. ^ Barber, Phil (2005-07-29). "Gannon's career nears end". The Press Democrat. Archived from the original on 2007-12-05. Retrieved 2009-10-03. 
  6. ^ Collins: I feel like I'm a starter in this league NFL.com, 2009-01-13
  7. ^ "Titans re-sign Collins, agree to two-year deal with QB". National Football League. Retrieved 2009-02-27. 
  8. ^ Wyatt, Jim (October 30, 2009). "Second chance: Titans move to Vince Young as starting QB". USA Today. Retrieved 9 August 2010. 
  9. ^ Walker, Teresa. "Young, Titans win 1st of ’09, beat Jaguars 30–13". Yahoo Sports. 
  10. ^ Florio, Mike (July 7, 2011). "Kerry Collins retires". profootballtalk.com. Retrieved 2011-07-07. 
  11. ^ Aziz, Andrew (August 24, 2011). "Colts sign Kerry Collins". everything-colts.com. Archived from the original on October 4, 2013. Retrieved 2011-08-24. 
  12. ^ http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/indianapolis-colts/kerry-collins-2875/
  13. ^ http://www.nfl.com/player/jimharbaugh/2501019/gamelogs?season=1997
  14. ^ "Kerry Collins – BR Bullpen". baseball-reference.com. Retrieved 12 June 2014. 
  15. ^ Freeman, Mike (1997-08-24). "Panthers' Collins Finds Himself Tangled Up in Racial Barbs". New York Times. Retrieved 2009-10-03. 
  16. ^ George, Thomas (2008-09-25). "Young's mentor is right next to him, if only he'd reach out". NFL.com. Retrieved 2008-09-25. 

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