About David Garrard Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
David Douglas Garrard played as a starting quarterback for Jacksonville Jaguars. Born on February 14, 1978, he joined the National Football League in the year 2002 for the Jaguars when he was drafted in the 4th round of the 2002 NFL draft. A graduate of East Carolina University, he grew up in Durham, North Carolina and stands 6 feet 1 in. and weighs 236 lbs.
An Ed Block Courage Awardee in 2004, sources say he led his team on January 5, 2008 to a 31-29 win over Pittsburgh Steelers. He threw for 278 yards in AFC Divisional Playoff Game on January 12, 2008, with two touchdowns against New England Patriots.
He was picked as third quarterback for the 2009 AFC Pro Bowl Team, playing with Matt Schaub and Vince Young on January 24, 2010.
Currently playing for the Jaguars, his career statistics as of Week 17, according to sources, include 13, 269 passing yards, TD-INT of 6-39 and a Qb Rating of 84.9. Although he had an intestinal surgery because of his Crohn’s Disease, Garrard still played in 2004 for the National Football League.
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