Former NFL Pro Bowl Quarterback
Career Highlights: Two-time Pro Bowl quarterback Trent Green enjoyed a 15-year NFL career where he played for San Diego (1993), Washington (1995-98), St. Louis (1999-2000, 2008), Kansas City (2001-06) and Miami (2007). Green won a Super Bowl ring with St. Louis in 2000 when the Rams beat the Tennessee Titans 23-16. While he was in Kansas City, he became only the fourth quarterback in history (at the time) to record more than 4,000 passing yards in three-straight seasons. The leader of the prolific Kansas City offense for six seasons, Green entered the 2006 season with a streak of 80 consecutive starts. Green established 15 Kansas City franchise passing marks. Under his direction in 2002 and 2003, Kansas City led the NFL in scoring both of those seasons. Green’s individual numbers in 2004 reflected the team’s offensive prowess as he set single-season franchise records for completions (369), passing yards (4,591), 300-yard games (8) and passes of 20+ yards (59). Over his career he played in 120 regular season games and completed 2,266 of 3,740 passes for 28,475 yards with 162 touchdowns.