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Matt Leinart: Ken Whisenhunt was partly responsible for my lack of success | THE HERD
Matt Leinart: Ken Whisenhunt was partly responsible for my lack of success | THE HERD
Published: 2015/11/03
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Matt Leinart, Reggie Bush join Colin Cowherd to talk USC vs Notre Dame rivalry | THE HERD
Matt Leinart, Reggie Bush join Colin Cowherd to talk USC vs Notre Dame rivalry | THE HERD
Published: 2017/10/18
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Matt Leinart sits down with Heisman Hopeful, USC QB Sam Darnold | Feature | FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Matt Leinart sits down with Heisman Hopeful, USC QB Sam Darnold | Feature | FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Published: 2017/09/08
Channel: FOX Sports
MATT LEINART THROUGH THE YEARS - NCAA 04 - MADDEN 13
MATT LEINART THROUGH THE YEARS - NCAA 04 - MADDEN 13
Published: 2017/09/29
Channel: MilesDawkins247
USC vs. Notre Dame 2005 The Final Drive
USC vs. Notre Dame 2005 The Final Drive
Published: 2005/10/16
Channel: syphic
Matt Leinart breaks down (20) USC Trojans upset over (4) Washington  | 2016 COLLEGE FOOTBALL ON FOX
Matt Leinart breaks down (20) USC Trojans upset over (4) Washington | 2016 COLLEGE FOOTBALL ON FOX
Published: 2016/11/13
Channel: FOX Sports
Cardinals vs. Titans highlights - Matt Leinart had an unconvincing game starting at
Cardinals vs. Titans highlights - Matt Leinart had an unconvincing game starting at
Published: 2017/06/25
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Matt Leinart on Raiders front office:
Matt Leinart on Raiders front office: 'It's a mess up there' | THE HERD
Published: 2015/09/24
Channel: The Herd with Colin Cowherd
Matt Leinart RUTHLESSLY Heckled! | TMZ
Matt Leinart RUTHLESSLY Heckled! | TMZ
Published: 2013/02/03
Channel: TMZ
Brynn Cameron Has Babies With Blake Griffin And Matt Leinart
Brynn Cameron Has Babies With Blake Griffin And Matt Leinart
Published: 2013/09/24
Channel: Zennie62 Daily Vlog
Cardinal-ga-naku- Matt Leinart .flv
Cardinal-ga-naku- Matt Leinart .flv
Published: 2010/05/13
Channel: kareganku23
Generations - Matt Leinart and Cody Kessler
Generations - Matt Leinart and Cody Kessler
Published: 2015/09/01
Channel: USCAthletics
Backup quarterback Matt Leinart takes a HUGE HIT
Backup quarterback Matt Leinart takes a HUGE HIT
Published: 2012/08/22
Channel: 354849
Deontay Burnett talks Texas, dropped passes and Matt Leinart
Deontay Burnett talks Texas, dropped passes and Matt Leinart
Published: 2017/09/20
Channel: Scott Schrader
Matt Leinart Describes “Bush Push” | CampusInsiders
Matt Leinart Describes “Bush Push” | CampusInsiders
Published: 2016/10/31
Channel: Stadium
Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart reads for
Heisman Trophy winner Matt Leinart reads for 'The Simpsons' | Behind the Scenes
Published: 2016/11/17
Channel: FOX Sports
Better coach: Nick Saban or Jim Harbaugh? | UNDISPUTED
Better coach: Nick Saban or Jim Harbaugh? | UNDISPUTED
Published: 2016/09/30
Channel: Skip and Shannon: UNDISPUTED
2011 - Texans vs Jaguars highlights - Despite losing starting QB Matt Leinart to a collarbone injury
2011 - Texans vs Jaguars highlights - Despite losing starting QB Matt Leinart to a collarbone injury
Published: 2017/09/09
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Heisman winner Lamar Jackson sits down with Matt Leinart | FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Heisman winner Lamar Jackson sits down with Matt Leinart | FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Published: 2017/09/02
Channel: FOX Sports
Ken Whisenhunt Speaks About Matt Leinart - Inside the NFL on SHOWTIME
Ken Whisenhunt Speaks About Matt Leinart - Inside the NFL on SHOWTIME
Published: 2010/09/09
Channel: SHOWTIME Sports
NCAA Football 14 - Heisman Challenge Ep.1 - Matt Leinart
NCAA Football 14 - Heisman Challenge Ep.1 - Matt Leinart
Published: 2013/07/18
Channel: Llama87 - Gaming Channel
Colin Cowherd, Reggie Bush & Matt Leinart reacts to Sam Darnold and Notre Dame
Colin Cowherd, Reggie Bush & Matt Leinart reacts to Sam Darnold and Notre Dame
Published: 2017/10/18
Channel: Hana
The most annoying fantasy sports guy in the world, starring Matt Leinart
The most annoying fantasy sports guy in the world, starring Matt Leinart
Published: 2014/09/30
Channel: FOX Sports
Week 1: Matt Leinart highlights
Week 1: Matt Leinart highlights
Published: 2017/10/28
Channel: USA All Sports
Matt Leinart -- The Worst Prediction Ever | TMZ
Matt Leinart -- The Worst Prediction Ever | TMZ
Published: 2010/09/07
Channel: TMZ
Cardinals 27, Seahawks 21 - Leinart leads charge; Cardinals upset Seahawks.
Cardinals 27, Seahawks 21 - Leinart leads charge; Cardinals upset Seahawks.
Published: 2017/05/29
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Matt Leinart
Matt Leinart's 2017 Heisman Candidates | FOX COLLEGE FOOTBALL
Published: 2017/08/29
Channel: FOX Sports
Cardinals 17, Lions 10 - Leinart gets first NFL win.
Cardinals 17, Lions 10 - Leinart gets first NFL win.
Published: 2017/05/29
Channel: NFL Highlights History
A tribute to Matt Leinart
A tribute to Matt Leinart
Published: 2009/03/15
Channel: FightOn2VICTORY
Matt Leinart talks about his choice to stay in college
Matt Leinart talks about his choice to stay in college
Published: 2012/10/18
Channel: Rogers Photo Archive
Behind the Scenes: Matt Leinart leads the team out of the tunnel
Behind the Scenes: Matt Leinart leads the team out of the tunnel
Published: 2014/11/30
Channel: USCAthletics
Matt Leinart
Matt Leinart's Last Shot at Redemption
Published: 2011/11/18
Channel: SportsTalkNetworkTV
Matt Leinart High School Highlights
Matt Leinart High School Highlights
Published: 2007/02/09
Channel: StuRossProductions
Matt Leinart on the Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 12/4/14
Matt Leinart on the Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 12/4/14
Published: 2014/12/04
Channel: Dan Patrick Show
Matt Leinart & Reggie Bush interview
Matt Leinart & Reggie Bush interview
Published: 2007/09/03
Channel: SMJ77
leinart interview after 2006 rosebowl
leinart interview after 2006 rosebowl
Published: 2008/03/01
Channel: beefster39
Matt Leinart - Almost Playing At Michigan | CampusInsiders
Matt Leinart - Almost Playing At Michigan | CampusInsiders
Published: 2016/10/31
Channel: Stadium
Homer Gets Jealous Of Matt Leinart | Season 28 Ep. 8 | THE SIMPSONS
Homer Gets Jealous Of Matt Leinart | Season 28 Ep. 8 | THE SIMPSONS
Published: 2016/11/18
Channel: Animation on FOX
Day 133   Matt Leinart and Luke Walton playing rec hoops in Redondo Beach, CA
Day 133 Matt Leinart and Luke Walton playing rec hoops in Redondo Beach, CA
Published: 2014/01/17
Channel: Sports Year: 365 Games in 365 Days
USC Football - Williams to Leinart Rose Bowl 2004
USC Football - Williams to Leinart Rose Bowl 2004
Published: 2014/05/16
Channel: USCAthletics
USC Matt Leinart Heisman Campaign Video 2005
USC Matt Leinart Heisman Campaign Video 2005
Published: 2007/10/05
Channel: yodaisatrojan
Matt Leinart Interview on 11/10/14
Matt Leinart Interview on 11/10/14
Published: 2014/11/10
Channel: WeAreSCProductions
Was Matt Leinart the biggest bust at the tenth pick?
Was Matt Leinart the biggest bust at the tenth pick?
Published: 2011/03/14
Channel: Pro Football Weekly
Matt Leinart throws a ball into trashcan
Matt Leinart throws a ball into trashcan
Published: 2008/08/08
Channel: runfaraz
Manning, Dad, & Matt Leinart NFL commercial.flv
Manning, Dad, & Matt Leinart NFL commercial.flv
Published: 2010/10/03
Channel: MrJIMD100
Brady Quinn and Matt Leinart recap USC
Brady Quinn and Matt Leinart recap USC's win
Published: 2014/11/30
Channel: FOX Sports
Chiefs 23, Cardinals 20 - Leinart makes first start but Cardinals blow lead in loss
Chiefs 23, Cardinals 20 - Leinart makes first start but Cardinals blow lead in loss
Published: 2017/05/28
Channel: NFL Highlights History
Matt Leinart, 2004, Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award
Matt Leinart, 2004, Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year Award
Published: 2013/01/18
Channel: TheWaltercampFF
Matt Leinart Ready to Put NFL in Rearview Mirror
Matt Leinart Ready to Put NFL in Rearview Mirror
Published: 2015/08/03
Channel: Sports360AZ
Matt Schaub on Matt Leinart
Matt Schaub on Matt Leinart
Published: 2011/08/14
Channel: playmakermagazine
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Matt Leinart
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Leinart with his Heisman Trophy in 2005.
No. 7, 9, 11
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Born: (1983-05-11) May 11, 1983 (age 34)
Santa Ana, California
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 225 lb (102 kg)
Career information
High school: Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei
College: USC
NFL Draft: 2006 / Round: 1 / Pick: 10
Career history
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards

[2]

Career NFL statistics
Pass attempts: 644
Pass completions: 366
Percentage: 57.1
TDINT: 15–21
Passing yards: 4,064
Passer rating: 70.2
Player stats at NFL.com

Matthew Stephen "Matt" Leinart (born May 11, 1983) is a former American football quarterback who now works as a studio analyst for Fox Sports’ college football coverage. He played college football at the University of Southern California (USC) from 2001 to 2005. He was the starting quarterback for the Trojans in 2003, 2004, and 2005. As junior in 2004, he won the Heisman Trophy. Leinart played professionally in the National Football League (NFL) for the Arizona Cardinals (2006–2009), Houston Texans (2010–2011), Oakland Raiders (2012), and Buffalo Bills (2013). Leinart signed a deal with the Pac-12 Network, making his official debut as a Studio Analyst on August 30, 2014. He is a recurring guest, via voicemail, on the Barstool Sports podcast Pardon My Take.[3] Leinart will be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2017.

Early years[edit]

Leinart was born in Santa Ana, California, with strabismus (commonly known as "crossed eyes"); his left eye was not aligned correctly with his right. He underwent surgery when he was three years old and was fitted with special glasses to correct the problem, but the eyewear combined with Leinart's already-overweight frame made him an easy target for other children's ridicule.[4] "I used to get made fun of for being cross-eyed. It's just a terrible thing because kids are so cruel to the fat kid, to the kid with the glasses. So I turned to sports," he would later say.[5]

Leinart attended Mater Dei High School and was a letterman in football and basketball. As a junior, he led his team to a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division I co-championship and was named the Serra League's Offensive Most Valuable Player. Wearing number 7, he was chosen as the Gatorade California high school football player of the year.[6]

As one of the nation's top college football recruits, Leinart committed to USC under coach Paul Hackett, noting that a major factor was offensive coordinator Hue Jackson.[7] However, after Hackett and most of his staff were fired in 2000, Leinart considered other programs such as Georgia Tech and Arizona State and visited Oklahoma before USC eventually hired Pete Carroll.[8][9][10]

College career[edit]

Leinart attended the University of Southern California, where he played for coach Pete Carroll's USC Trojans football team from 2001 to 2005. He redshirted in 2001. As a freshman the next year, he understudied senior quarterback Carson Palmer, who went on to win the Heisman Trophy and was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2003 NFL Draft. Leinart appeared in only a few plays in 2002 but did not throw any passes. As a sophomore in 2003, Leinart competed with redshirt junior Matt Cassel, who was Palmer's backup the previous season, and Purdue transfer Brandon Hance for the vacant starting quarterback position. Going into the season, Carroll and his coaching staff selected Leinart, not because he had set himself significantly ahead of the pack in practice, but because they needed a starting quarterback.[11]

When the coaching staff told Leinart he would be the starter, he replied, "You're never going to regret this." There was some thought in the press that Leinart would merely hold the starting position until highly touted true freshman John David Booty, who had bypassed his senior year in high school to attend USC, could learn the offense.[12]

Leinart's first career pass was a touchdown against Auburn in a 23-0 victory in the season opener. He would win the first three games of his career before the then-#3 Trojans suffered a 34–31 triple-overtime defeat at California on September 27 that dropped the Trojans to #10. Leinart and the Trojans bounced back the next week against Arizona State. Leinart injured his knee in the second quarter and was not expected to play again that day, but he returned to the game and finished 12-of-23 for 289 yards in a 37–17 victory.[11]

Leinart and the Trojans won their final eight games and finished the regular season 11–1 and ranked No. 1 in the AP and coaches' polls. However, USC was left out of the BCS championship game after finishing third in the BCS behind Oklahoma and LSU. The Trojans went to the Rose Bowl and played University of Michigan. Leinart was named the Rose Bowl MVP after he went 23-of-34 for 327 yards, throwing three touchdowns and catching a touchdown of his own from wide receiver Mike Williams. In 13 starts, Leinart was 255 for 402 for 3,556 yards and 38 touchdowns with nine interceptions. He finished sixth in the Heisman voting.

Junior and senior seasons[edit]

The Trojans started Leinart's junior season (2004) with victories in their first three games. On September 25, the Trojans played Stanford. After Stanford took a 28–17 halftime lead, Leinart sparked the offense with a 51-yard pass to Steve Smith and scored on a one-yard sneak to cut the Cardinal lead to four points. Leinart and the Trojans were able to take the lead on a LenDale White rushing touchdown and held on for the victory, 31–28. Leinart completed 24 of 30 passes.

Leinart finished the final regular season game against UCLA, but was held without a touchdown pass for the first time in 25 starts. Nonetheless, Leinart was invited to New York for the Heisman ceremony, along with teammate Reggie Bush, Oklahoma's freshman running back sensation Adrian Peterson, quarterback and incumbent Heisman winner Jason White, and Utah's quarterback Alex Smith. In what many had considered one of the more competitive Heisman races, Leinart became the sixth USC player to claim the Heisman Trophy.

Matt Leinart's Heisman Trophy

In 2004, USC went wire-to-wire at No. 1 in the polls and earned a bid to the BCS title game at the Orange Bowl against Oklahoma, which was also 12–0. A dream matchup on paper (including White vs. Leinart, which was to be the first time two Heisman winners would play against each other), the Orange Bowl turned out to be a rout, as Leinart threw for five touchdown passes on 18-for-35 passing and 332 yards to lead the Trojans to a 55–19 victory. Leinart received Orange Bowl MVP honors and the Trojans claimed their first BCS national championship and second straight No. 1 finish in the AP, extending their winning streak to 22 games. This victory and BCS championship was later vacated as a result of the Reggie Bush scandal (though the AP national championship still stands).[13]

The 2005 Trojans again had a perfect 12–0 regular season. Against Notre Dame, Leinart threw for a career-high 400 yards. After an incomplete pass and a sack led to a fourth-and-nine situation with 1:36 left—at the Trojans' own 26-yard line, Leinart called an audible "slant and go" route at the line of scrimmage and threw deep against the Irish's man-to-man coverage, where Dwayne Jarrett caught the ball and raced to the Irish' 13-yard line, a 61-yard gain. Leinart moved the ball to the goal line as time dwindled and scored on a quarterback sneak that gave the Trojans a 34–31 lead with three seconds to go, giving the Trojans their 28th straight victory and one of the most memorable and dramatic finishes in the history of the Notre Dame–USC rivalry. Leinart was again invited to New York for the Heisman ceremony along with teammate Reggie Bush and Texas quarterback Vince Young. As a former Heisman winner, Leinart cast his first-place vote for Bush, and ended up third in the voting behind Bush (since vacated) and runner-up Young.[14]

The Trojans advanced to the Rose Bowl to face Vince Young and #2 Texas in the BCS title game. The title game was considered another "dream matchup." Leinart himself had a great game, going 29-of-40 for a touchdown and 365 yards, but was overshadowed by Young, who piled up 467 yards of total offense and rushed for three touchdowns, including a score with 19 seconds remaining and two-point conversion to put the Longhorns ahead, 41–38. The Trojans lost for the first time in 35 games, and Leinart for just the second time in his 39 career starts. After graduation, Leinart's #11 jersey was retired at USC.[15]

Leinart finished his college career with 807 completions on 1,245 attempts (64.8% completion percentage) for 10,693 yards and 99 touchdowns with just 23 interceptions. He is USC's all-time leader in career touchdown passes and completion percentage, and is second at USC behind Carson Palmer in completions and yardage. He averaged nearly 8.6 yards per attempt, and averaged only one interception every 54 attempts. He was 37–2 as a starter.

Statistics[edit]

    Passing   Rushing
Season Team GP Comp Att Pct Yds TD INT Att Yds TD
2003 USC Trojans 13 255 402 63.4 3,556 38 9 32 -62 0
2004 USC Trojans 13 269 412 65.3 3,322 33 6 49 -44 3
2005 USC Trojans 13 283 431 65.7 3,815 28 8 51 36 6
Totals 39 807 1,245 64.8 10,693 99 23 132 -70 9

Honors[edit]

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

  • Orange Bowl MVP
  • Unitas Award
  • Finalist for Heisman Trophy
  • All-American Offensive Player
  • LA Sports Sportsman of the Year
  • Sporting News Sportsman of the Year
  • National Championship MVP

Professional career[edit]

2006 NFL Draft[edit]

Leinart was considered one of the top prospects in the 2006 NFL Draft class. Standing 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) and weighing 225 pounds (102 kg) and a left-handed thrower, he was considered the prototypical NFL quarterback in terms of size but with a weak arm. Leinart was selected in the first round with the tenth overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals.

Pre-draft measurables
Ht Wt 40‑yd dash 10-yd split 20-yd split 20‑ss 3‑cone Vert jump Broad Wonderlic
6 ft 5 in
(1.96 m)
225 lb
(102 kg)
4.90 s 36 in
(0.91 m)
9 ft 5 in
(2.87 m)
35[16]
All values from NFL Combine

Arizona Cardinals[edit]

Leinart at a Cardinals practice

Leinart spent four seasons with the Cardinals, primarily as backup for veteran Kurt Warner, whom he was supposed to succeed as starter.

In his first season, after a contentious negotiation making him the last member of the draft to sign a contract, Leinart agreed to a six-year, $51 million contract on August 14.[17] and not before Cardinal coach Dennis Green said that he had lost his patience.[18] Leinart played in the second quarter of the exhibition game against the New England Patriots on August 19.

Leinart started the fourth game of the season, in which he threw two touchdown passes. During the previous week, Leinart was rumored to get the starting quarterback position after a poor performance by Kurt Warner in the previous game. Coach Green even held a conference to state that Warner would still start that week's game.

In Week 6 against the 5–0 Chicago Bears, Leinart threw for two touchdown passes in the first half, but the Bears came back in the second half to win 24–23.

In a November 26 game, he set an NFL rookie record with 405 passing yards in a loss to the 6-10 Minnesota Vikings. His quarterback rating was 74.0. He suffered a sprained left shoulder (throwing arm) in a week 16 win over the San Francisco 49ers. In 11 starts, Leinart threw for 2,547 yards and 11 touchdowns. He finished the season with a 4–7 record.

Leinart opened the 2007 season on Monday Night Football against the San Francisco 49ers as the starting quarterback. After a sequence of drives in which the offense stalled, head coach Ken Whisenhunt began to insert Warner as a situational quarterback. On October 7, 2007, Leinart suffered a fractured left collarbone after being sacked by St. Louis Rams linebacker Will Witherspoon. Three days later, he was placed on injured reserve, ending his season. In his first two NFL seasons, Leinart had suffered two season-ending injuries within a period of five sacks. With Warner at the helm for the remainder of the season, the Cardinals mounted a late-season surge and won five of their final eight games.[citation needed]

In Leinart's second season with Arizona, he started five games, completed 53.6% of his passes (60/112) and threw for 647 yards, 5.8 yards per attempt, two touchdowns and four interceptions. His passer rating was 61.9. He averaged 129 yards and 0.4 touchdowns per start. In the 2008 offseason, after he recovered from the injury, Leinart was handed his starting job back, but his hold on the job was tenuous after another strong training camp performance by Warner. Finally, after Leinart threw three interceptions within a matter of minutes versus the Oakland Raiders in the third preseason game, Warner was named the opening-day starter. Leinart picked up only a limited number of snaps in mop-up duty behind Warner. Warner started 16 games and took the Cardinals to their first ever Super Bowl, cementing his status as starter and Leinart's status as a backup. For the 2008 season, he completed 15 of 29 passing attempts (51.7%), one touchdown, one interception, and an 80.2 passer rating. In 2009, Leinart continued his role as back-up for Warner, who started all but one regular season game.[citation needed]

In 2010, Leinart was named the presumptive starter after Warner's retirement. However, due to poor play, the starting job in training camp was given to Derek Anderson. The Cardinals released Leinart on September 4, two days after the final preseason game, in favor of Anderson and rookies Max Hall and John Skelton.[19]

Houston Texans[edit]

On September 6, 2010, the NFL announced that Leinart signed a one-year contract to back up Matt Schaub with the Houston Texans. Since Schaub played all 16 games, Leinart did not play during the 2010 season. During the 2011 offseason, despite speculation that he would sign with the Seattle Seahawks, who were coached by Leinart's college coach Pete Carroll, and compete for a starting job,[20][21] Leinart ultimately agreed to return to Houston as a backup for the 2011 season.[22] In Week 10, Schaub injured his right foot and the Texans named Leinart their starter. Leinart started for the first time in Week 12 against the Jacksonville Jaguars; however, during the first half he fractured his collarbone and was replaced by rookie quarterback T. J. Yates. At this point in his career, Leinart had suffered three season-ending injuries (2006, 2007, 2011) within his last eight starts.

On March 12, 2012, Leinart was released by the Texans.[23]

Oakland Raiders[edit]

Leinart signed with the Oakland Raiders on May 1, 2012, as the back-up to his former college teammate, Carson Palmer.[24] After Palmer suffered an injury in Week 16, Leinart and Terrelle Pryor split first-team reps.[25] Pryor ended up getting the start in Week 17 and Leinart was not re-signed by the Raiders the following offseason.

Buffalo Bills[edit]

After injuries to quarterbacks EJ Manuel (knee surgery) and Kevin Kolb (concussion), the Bills decided to sign Leinart on August 25, 2013.[26] Leinart and Thad Lewis (who was brought in on the same day through a trade) would compete for the fourth-string quarterback job behind undrafted rookie Jeff Tuel. Lewis won the competition, and Leinart was released by the team on August 30, 2013.[27]

Statistics[edit]

    Passing   Rushing
Season Team GP Rating Att Comp Pct Yds TD INT Att Yds TD
2006 Arizona Cardinals 12 74.0 377 214 56.8 2,547 11 12 22 49 2
2007 Arizona Cardinals 5 61.9 112 60 53.6 647 2 4 11 42 0
2008 Arizona Cardinals 4 80.2 29 15 51.7 264 1 1 4 5 0
2009 Arizona Cardinals 8 64.6 77 51 66.2 435 0 3 9 -6 0
2011 Houston Texans 2 110.1 13 10 76.9 57 1 0 1 -1 0
2012 Oakland Raiders 2 44.4 33 16 48.5 115 0 1 0 0 0
Totals 33 70.2 641 366 57.1 4,065 15 21 47 89 2

Personal life[edit]

Leinart has a son with Brynn Cameron, who is a former USC women's basketball player.[28] Leinart broke up with Cameron before the baby was born. Though they had a dispute over child support early on, they have since settled their differences and Leinart now has a regular schedule for seeing his son.[29][30]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BCS Group vacates USC 2004-05 national championship followingNCAA denial of appeal". BCS Group by way of ESPN. 
  2. ^ The championship was later vacated by the BCS on June 6, 2011, following the imposition of sanctions by the NCAA, including vacation of games during the 2004 season.
  3. ^ "Former USC quarterback Matt Leinart joins Pac-12 Networks". 
  4. ^ Star-Bulletin, Honolulu. "Honolulu Star-Bulletin Sports /2005/08/31/". starbulletin.com. 
  5. ^ Player Bio: Matt Leinart :: Football Archived 2004-12-14 at the Wayback Machine.
  6. ^ Ben Bolch, "Leinart Chosen State Player of Year", Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2000. Retrieved July 16, 2008.
  7. ^ Ben Bolch, Leinart, Hart Keeping Options Open, Los Angeles Times, October 31, 2000. Retrieved July 16, 2008.
  8. ^ David Wharton and Ben Bolch, USC Recruit Leinart Waits to See Who Will Be Coach, Los Angeles Times, November 29, 2000. Retrieved July 16, 2008.
  9. ^ Chris Dufresne, "Timing Isn’t Entirely on Carroll's Side", Los Angeles Times, December 16, 2000. Retrieved July 16, 2008.
  10. ^ Ben Bolch, "Recruits Seem to Be Committed", Los Angeles Times, December 5, 2000. Retrieved July 16, 2008.
  11. ^ a b David Leon Moore, "Booty carrying on USC's quarterback tradition", USA TODAY, August 3, 2007.
  12. ^ "Once anointed as USC QB, Sanchez asserted himself" Archived 2008-07-29 at the Wayback Machine., ESPN.com, July 24, 2008. Retrieved July 28, 2008.
  13. ^ Profile, espn.go.com; accessed August 25, 2014.
  14. ^ Brian Heyman, "USC's Bush leaves Heisman field in his wake", USA Today, December 10, 2005.
  15. ^ "Numbers you don't mess with in the Pac-12". ESPN.com. Retrieved 22 July 2017. 
  16. ^ "Historical NFL Wonderlic Scores". wonderlictestsample.com. Archived from the original on September 2, 2016. Retrieved September 2, 2016. 
  17. ^ "Last man home: Leinart, Cards agree to six-year deal". ESPN.com. 15 August 2006. 
  18. ^ "FOX Sports - NFL - Leinart finally agrees to deal". 24 August 2006. 
  19. ^ ESPN - Arizona Cardinals cut ties with QB Matt Leinart, September 5, 2010.
  20. ^ "Matt Hasselbeck leaving Seattle Seahawks; Tarvaris Jackson agrees to deal". Espn.go.com. 2011-07-27. Retrieved 2012-10-04. 
  21. ^ Floyd, Brian (2011-07-26). "NFL Free Agency: Matt Leinart Still An Option For Seattle Seahawks - SB Nation Seattle". Seattle.sbnation.com. Retrieved 2012-10-04. 
  22. ^ O'Neil, Danny (July 27, 2011). "Matt Leinart staying put in Houston". The Seattle Times. 
  23. ^ Matt Leinart, Eric Winston tweet cuts, ESPN, March 13, 2012.
  24. ^ "Raiders sign QB Leinart to back up Palmer". 
  25. ^ Copeland, Kareem (2012-12-26). "Oakland Raiders' Terrelle Pryor, Matt Leinart split reps". National Football League. Retrieved 2012-12-26. 
  26. ^ Pelissero, Tom (2013-08-25). "Bills sign QB Matt Leinart, trade for Thaddeus Lewis". USA Today. Retrieved 2013-08-25. 
  27. ^ Sessler, Marc (2013-08-30). "Matt Leinart released by Buffalo Bills after five days". National Football League. Retrieved 2013-08-30. 
  28. ^ "Matt Leinart, Brynn Cameron Have a Son", people.com; accessed August 25, 2014.
  29. ^ "Leinart learning from sidelines". 
  30. ^ Billy Witz, "U.S.C.’s Cameron Balances Basketball and Motherhood", The New York Times, March 13, 2009.

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