Chase Daniel

QB

#4

Experience: 11 years

Height: 6-0

Age: 32

Weight: 225 lbs

College: Missouri

2018 SEASON

  • TDS
    3
  • INT
    2
  • YDS
    515
  • RTG
    90.6

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Biography

PRO CAREER: Completed 104-of-154 passes (67.5 percent) for 995 yards, 4 touchdowns and 3 interceptions in 62 games with 4 starts over 9 seasons with the New Orleans Saints (2010-12, 2017), Kansas City Chiefs (2013-15), Philadelphia Eagles (2016) and Chicago Bears (2018) … adds 96 rushing yards on 44 attempts.

2018 SEASON: Appeared in five games, including two starts in place of the injured Mitchell Trubisky ... active, but did not play in Games 1-3, 5, 7-8, 10 and 13-16 ... in his two starts, completed 53-of-76 passes for 515 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions ... made first of two starts on Thanksgiving at Detroit (11/22), completing 27-37 passes for 230 yards and two touchdowns ... 27 completions and two passing touchdowns were both career-highs ... active but did not play in Wild Card playoff game vs. PHI.

PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2017: Active for all 16 games (appeared in one), for the New Orleans Saints. 2016: Appeared in one game for the Eagles, completing his lone pass attempt of the season for 16 yards. 2015: Appeared in two games for the Chiefs, completing both of his pass attempts for six yards. 2014: Appeared in 3 games (1 start) for the Chiefs, completing 16-of-28 passes for 157 yards. 2013: Appeared in 5 games (1 start) for the Chiefs, completing 25-of-38 passes for 248 yards, with 1 touchdown and 1 INT. 2012: Appeared in 16 games for the Saints, completing his lone pass attempt for 10 yards. 2011: Appeared in 16 games for the Saints, completing 4-of-5 passes for 29 yards. 2010: Appeared in 13 games for the Saints, completing 2-of-3 passes for 16 yards.

COLLEGE: Led Missouri to a 30-11 record over three years as a starter, including the first two Big 12 North Division titles in school history … completed 1,094-of-1,609 passes (68.0%) for 12,515 yards with 101 TDs and 41 interceptions with a 149.0 rating … added 970 yards on 364 carries and 10 TDs … amassed 13,485 yards of total offense … became first QB in school history to record three straight 3,000-yard seasons … established single-season career highs in completions (385), passing yards (4,335), TDs (39), completion percentage (72.9) and rating (159.4) as senior … earned following accolades after senior season: Draddy Trophy Finalist, Wuerffel Trophy Finalist, Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist, Manning Award Finalist, National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete, Maxwell Award Semi-finalist, Davey O’Brien Award Semi-finalist, Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated), Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches), First-Team Academic All-Big 12 … as a junior, led Missouri to record 12 wins, their first-ever Big 12 North championship, a New Year’s Day bowl win for the first time since 1966, and school-best No. 4 final AP ranking … became Tigers’ first Heisman finalist (fourth overall) … passed for then-school record 4,306 yards and 33 TDs, with 147.9 rating as junior … received Davey O’Brien Award, Walter Camp Award, was Second Team All-American (AP, Walter Camp, Sporting News, Rivals.com), Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year (AP, Coaches), FirstTeam All-Big 12 (AP, Coaches, Dallas Morning News, Ft. Worth Star-Telegram, San Antonio Express-News) and First-Team Academic All-Big 12 … set Big 12 record with 254 consecutive passes without an interception (17 shy of NCAA record) … as sophomore, shattered then-school single-season records for yardage (3,527) and TDs (28) in first year as starter … graduated with bachelor’s degree in business finance.

PERSONAL: Named 2004 EA Sports National High School Player of the Year at Southlake Carroll (Texas) HS…Led team to perfect 16-0 record in 2004 and Class 5A state championship, in addition to a No. 1 national ranking… Along with teammate Delvin Breaux co-hosted a charity softball game to benefit Son of a Saint and Team Gleason at Tulane.

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