Ryan Fitzpatrick has been a quarterback for six different teams in his career. The Chicago Bears drafted him as the 7th pick of the 2005 NFL draft, but he never played there. He then spent time with
the Cincinnati Bengals (2006-2008), Buffalo Bills (2009), Tampa Bay Buccaneers(2010-2012) and finally New York Jets (2013). After struggling to find work since 2013, Ryan was signed by Tennessee Titans on January 12th, 2014. However that didn’t last long either as after being released from Tennesse Shaner took up temporary residence at Montreal Alouettes where he finished out last season before retiring altogether
How many different NFL teams has Ryan Fitzpatrick played for?
Ryan Fitzpatrick has played for six different NFL teams. They are the Cincinnati Bengals, Buffalo Bills, Houston Texans, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tennessee Titans.
Which QB has played for the most teams?
This is a difficult question to answer, as it depends on how you define team. If you are looking for the player who has played for the most teams in their career, then that would be Brett Favre.
Where has Case Keenum played?
Case Keenum is a professional football player who has played for the Minnesota Vikings since 2016. He is currently playing as the backup quarterback to Kirk Cousins.
What NHL player played for all original 6 teams?
The answer is Gordie Howe. He played for the Detroit Red Wings, Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Toronto Maple Leafs, New York Rangers and the Chicago Blackhawks.
What were the 14 original NFL teams?
The 14 original NFL teams were the Akron Pros, Canton Bulldogs, Cleveland Indians, Dayton Triangles, Detroit Heralds, Duluth Kelleys/Minneapolis Marines, Frankford Yellow Jackets, Indianapolis Hoosiers, Latrobe Athletic Association, Massillon Tigers, Muncie Flyers/Cincinnati Celts/Cleveland Panthers/Indianapolis Racers/St. Louis All-Stars/Kansas City Cowboys/Omaha Cardinals and Toledo Maroons.
How many teams has Case Keenum played for?
Case Keenum has played for five teams in his career. He started with the Houston Texans, then moved to the Minnesota Vikings, and then back to the Texans before finally joining the Denver Broncos.