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Rick Mirer Segment
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Mirer, Rick [Seahawks] Inside NFL   HBO Nov-1993
Mirer, Rick [Seahawks] Inside NFL HBO Nov-1993
Published: 2017/02/11
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Rick Mirer
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Rick Mirer on the Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 4/30/15
Rick Mirer on the Dan Patrick Show (Full Interview) 4/30/15
Published: 2015/04/30
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Rick Mirer to Adrian Jarrell / #1 Notre Dame v #4 Michigan 1990
Rick Mirer to Adrian Jarrell / #1 Notre Dame v #4 Michigan 1990
Published: 2013/08/16
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1993 NFL Combine {Mirer  Bledsoe, Bettis}
1993 NFL Combine {Mirer Bledsoe, Bettis}
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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
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2 Bust or Not 2 Bust - Rick Mirer
2 Bust or Not 2 Bust - Rick Mirer
Published: 2015/06/03
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Seahawks vs. Chargers, 1994
Seahawks vs. Chargers, 1994
Published: 2015/02/02
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Buffalo Bills vs. Seattle Seahawks - October 15, 1995
Buffalo Bills vs. Seattle Seahawks - October 15, 1995
Published: 2015/08/15
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10 Worst NFL Draft Picks
10 Worst NFL Draft Picks
Published: 2015/02/15
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Aaron interviews Rick Mirer
Aaron interviews Rick Mirer
Published: 2007/09/07
Channel: legendsofsouthbend
Notre Dame vs Michigan 1990 Highlights
Notre Dame vs Michigan 1990 Highlights
Published: 2014/09/04
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The Snow Bowl: Penn State vs. Notre Dame - 1992
The Snow Bowl: Penn State vs. Notre Dame - 1992
Published: 2007/07/24
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Seahawks QB Draft History
Seahawks QB Draft History
Published: 2010/04/26
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Rick Mirer on the 2012 QBs at Notre Dame & Running Holtz
Rick Mirer on the 2012 QBs at Notre Dame & Running Holtz's Option Attack
Published: 2012/06/30
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PSU Recap by Rick Mirer
PSU Recap by Rick Mirer
Published: 2007/09/10
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Dos Leprechauns: EP 10
Dos Leprechauns: EP 10
Published: 2016/08/09
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The Snow Bowl - 22 Years Later
The Snow Bowl - 22 Years Later
Published: 2014/11/20
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Rick Mirer On Retiring Notre Dame
Rick Mirer On Retiring Notre Dame's #3, Playing Under Tony Rice & the Competition at Irish Practice
Published: 2012/06/30
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Rick Mirer
Rick Mirer
Published: 2014/09/29
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1992: ND vs. Penn State - Mirer to Brooks
1992: ND vs. Penn State - Mirer to Brooks
Published: 2008/07/25
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Seahawks 1993 Yearbook Back on Track
Seahawks 1993 Yearbook Back on Track
Published: 2017/02/13
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1990: ND vs. Michigan State - The Immaculate Deflection
1990: ND vs. Michigan State - The Immaculate Deflection
Published: 2008/07/21
Channel: BlueGoldIllustrated
All Chicago Bears Starting Quarterbacks
All Chicago Bears Starting Quarterbacks
Published: 2017/03/05
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Rick Mirer Answers Tough Wine Questions About Mirror & Shares Information on His Charity Work
Rick Mirer Answers Tough Wine Questions About Mirror & Shares Information on His Charity Work
Published: 2012/06/30
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Rick Mirer introduction for Jukebox Sports Network
Rick Mirer introduction for Jukebox Sports Network
Published: 2007/07/16
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1988 IHSAA Class 4A State Championship: Goshen 24, Franklin Central 10
1988 IHSAA Class 4A State Championship: Goshen 24, Franklin Central 10
Published: 2016/09/06
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Huling Bros. Auto Center ad w/Rick Mirer, 1993
Huling Bros. Auto Center ad w/Rick Mirer, 1993
Published: 2017/06/11
Channel: Chuck D's All-New Classic TV Clubhouse
DrawPlayDave
DrawPlayDave's Seahawks bet
Published: 2014/01/20
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Almost Live! - Seattle Cycling Culture in the 90s
Almost Live! - Seattle Cycling Culture in the 90s
Published: 2010/02/09
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1992: ND vs. Michigan - Brooks
1992: ND vs. Michigan - Brooks' "Unconscious" TD
Published: 2008/07/24
Channel: BlueGoldIllustrated
1 TTM SUCCESS, RICK MIRER, 1 TTM FAILURE!
1 TTM SUCCESS, RICK MIRER, 1 TTM FAILURE!
Published: 2017/01/24
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Tecmo Super Bowl (SNES) - Chargers vs Seahawks 1st Half
Tecmo Super Bowl (SNES) - Chargers vs Seahawks 1st Half
Published: 2012/11/11
Channel: Patrick So
The Late Report ( S13E16 )
The Late Report ( S13E16 )
Published: 2013/02/20
Channel: GeorgeBuford
Notre Dame - Keys To Victory vs. Michigan
Notre Dame - Keys To Victory vs. Michigan
Published: 2007/09/13
Channel: legendsofsouthbend
Rick Meyer Skydivinng
Rick Meyer Skydivinng
Published: 2012/04/22
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Chanel mirer
Chanel mirer
Published: 2014/08/29
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Rick Mirer
Rick Mirer
Published: 2012/10/01
Channel: anpantarou2
Guest Speaker: Rick Meyer
Guest Speaker: Rick Meyer
Published: 2013/07/23
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Rick Meyer 94 Vectra
Rick Meyer 94 Vectra
Published: 2015/09/01
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The Late Report ( S13E03 )
The Late Report ( S13E03 )
Published: 2012/12/23
Channel: GeorgeBuford
Morrison Mirer - 2013 Winter & 2014 Summer Highlights
Morrison Mirer - 2013 Winter & 2014 Summer Highlights
Published: 2014/07/31
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Rick Mirer
Rick Mirer
Published: 2012/10/01
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Rick Mirer
Rick Mirer
Published: 2012/10/02
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Rick Mirer
Rick Mirer
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Monster Mirer
Monster Mirer
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Rick Mirer
Rick Mirer
Published: 2012/10/02
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Keith McCants Michael Bankston Interception Return For TD
Keith McCants Michael Bankston Interception Return For TD
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Rick Mirer
No. 3, 5, 12, 13
Position: Quarterback
Personal information
Date of birth: (1970-03-19) March 19, 1970 (age 47)
Place of birth: Goshen, Indiana
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight: 210 lb (95 kg)
Career information
High school: Goshen (IN)
College: Notre Dame
NFL Draft: 1993 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2
Career history
 * Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards
Career NFL statistics
Pass attempts: 2,043
Pass completions: 1,088
Percentage: 53.3
TD-INT: 50–76
Passing yards: 11,969
QB Rating: 63.5
Player stats at NFL.com

Richard Franklin Mirer (born March 19, 1970) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League. After a successful collegiate career at the University of Notre Dame, Mirer was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks with the second pick in the 1993 NFL Draft.[1] Mirer was traded to the Chicago Bears during the off-season in 1997. Mirer's last NFL experience was as the backup QB for the Detroit Lions in 2004. In his career, Mirer also played for the New York Jets, San Francisco 49ers, and Oakland Raiders.

Mirer also currently co-owns a winery in Napa County, California called Mirror Wine Company. A percentage of the proceeds from wine sales benefit his Mirer Family Foundation, founded in 1996.[2]

Early years[edit]

Mirer was born in Goshen, Indiana. At age eight, he competed in the National Punt, Pass and Kick Competition. His father, Ken, was head coach at Goshen High School in Goshen, Indiana but retired before Mirer made the varsity team. Mirer posted 3,973 yards and 30 touchdowns in his senior year, 2nd most in national prep history, and eclipsing Jeff George's Indiana High School passing records. Earned Academy of Achievement Award as the top high school football player in the country in 1989, along with being the winner of the Atlanta Touchdown Club's Bobby Dodd Award as the nation's best high school quarterback.

College career[edit]

Mirer attended the University of Notre Dame from 1989–1992, accumulating a 29–7–1 record as starter – including 3 bowl games. He began his tenure serving as backup to Tony Rice, then took the reins of the Notre Dame offense in 1990 and led the team to the Orange Bowl. In 1991, Mirer set the single season touchdown record with 18 and was named co-MVP with teammate Jerome Bettis leading Notre Dame past Florida in the 1992 Sugar Bowl. He finished his career at Notre Dame by leading them to victory in the 1993 Cotton Bowl Classic. Mirer accounted for more points running and throwing (350) than any other player in Notre Dame history. He left Notre Dame 1st in career touchdowns with 41, and 2nd all time for total offense, completions, and passing yards; he was invited to play in the East-West Shrine Bowl, and Hula Bowl. Entering the 1993 Draft, he was hyped as the next Joe Montana, who also played college football at Notre Dame. In 2008, Mirer was inducted into the Indiana Football Hall of Fame.

Statistics[edit]

Year Passing Rushing
Att Comp Yds TD Int Att Yds Avg TD
1989 30 15 456 0 1 12 32 2.6 0
1990 200 110 1,824 8 6 98 198 2.0 6
1991 234 132 2,117 18 10 75 306 4.0 9
1992 234 120 1,876 15 6 68 158 2.3 2
Total
698
377
5,997
41
23 253 694 2.7 17

NFL career[edit]

Mirer was selected with the second overall pick in the 1993 draft by the Seattle Seahawks. He signed a five-year, $15 million contract. In his rookie year under head coach Tom Flores, he set all-time NFL rookie records for attempts, completions and yards, and became only the 3rd rookie quarterback since 1970 to start all of his team's games. He finished his rookie season 5th in the AFC with 274 completions and 2833 yards. He was also runner up in the offensive rookie of the year voting, finishing behind his former backfield teammate from Notre Dame, Jerome Bettis. Those rookie records were eventually broken by Peyton Manning.

On February 18, 1997 Mirer was traded with a 4th round pick in the 1997 NFL draft to the Chicago Bears for their 1st round draft pick, later packaged in a trade to the Atlanta Falcons to move up to 3rd overall that year to select Shawn Springs. Mirer signed a three-year, $11.4 million contract with the Bears, but played only seven games with three starts in the 1997 season.

Mirer requested to be released by the Bears in the beginning of the 1998 season, and signed with the Green Bay Packers.[3] Mirer never played a down for Green Bay, which was led by Brett Favre, and was later traded to the New York Jets in 1999 where he replaced an injured Vinny Testaverde as the Jets starter.. In 2000, he was signed by the San Francisco 49ers to compete with Jeff Garcia.[1] In 2002, Mirer became the a backup for the Oakland Raiders, and became the starter for part of 2003. In 2004. Mirer was signed by the Detroit Lions, but saw no playing time. Mirer had a 63.5 passer rating, 11,969 passing yards, and 50 touchdown passes before he retired in 2004. Although playing for several teams that did make the playoffs during his career, Mirer never played a single down in the postseason.

Statistics[edit]

Mirer posted a 24–44 record as regular season starter in 12 seasons in the NFL. He has career single game highs of 287 yards passing and three touchdowns.

Year Passing Rushing
Att Comp Yds TD Int Att Yds Avg TD Team
1993 486 274 2,833 12 17 68 343 5.0 3 Seahawks
1994 381 195 2,151 11 7 34 153 4.5 0 Seahawks
1995 391 209 2,564 13 20 43 193 4.5 1 Seahawks
1996 265 136 1,546 5 12 33 191 5.8 2 Seahawks
1997 103 53 420 0 6 20 78 3.9 1 Bears
1998 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 Packers
1999 176 95 1,062 5 9 21 89 4.2 1 Jets
2000 20 10 126 1 0 3 0 0.0 0 49ers
2001 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 49ers
2002 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 Raiders
2003 221 116 1,267 3 5 20 183 4.2 1 Raiders
2004 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 Lions
Total
2,043
1,088
11,969
50
76 242 1,130 4.7 9 12 years

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Quarterback Mirer Goes to Raiders". New York Times. 2002-03-24. Retrieved 2010-08-23. 
  2. ^ Rotunno, Tom (November 18, 2013). "From Gridiron to the Vineyard, Two NFL Quarterbacks' Bond". CNBC. 
  3. ^ "Quarterback Rick Mirer joining Packers". Associated Press. 1998-09-02. Retrieved 2010-08-23. 

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