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Chase Daniel biography

Date of birth : 1986-10-07
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Irving, Texas, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-10-11
Credited as : Football player NFL, quarterback for the Saints, Super Bowl/NFL Draft player

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William Chase Daniel is an American football quarterback for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League. He was signed by the Washington Redskins as an undrafted free agent in 2009. He played college football at Missouri.

NFL CAREER – Originally signed by Washington as an undrafted free agent in 2009, Daniel was signed by the Saints following training camp and split time between the practice squad and active roster, working with the scout team and serving as an understudy to starter Drew Brees.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Signed by Saints to active roster, 1/2/10; Re-signed to practice squad, 12/11/09; Released from practice squad, 12/9/09; Signed to practice squad, 11/20/09; Waived, 11/17/09; Re-signed, 10/16/09; Waived, 10/12/09; Signed to active roster, 9/26/09; Signed by Saints to practice squad, 9/6/09; Waived by Washington Redskins, 9/5/09; Signed as a college free agent by Washington, 4/30/09.

2009 – Split rookie season between active roster and practice squad, dressing for eight games (seven as the third quarterback) but did not see any playing time…Served as third quarterback for entire postseason.

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 Semifinalist, Honorable Mention All-American (Sports Illustrated), Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (Coaches), First-Team Academic All-Big 12...As junior, led Missouri to record 12 wins, the school’s 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 a then-school record of 4,306 yards and 33 TDs, with 147.9 passer rating as junior...Received Davey O’Brien Award, Walter Camp Award and was Second-Team All-American (AP, Walter Camp, Sporting News,, Honorable Mention All-American, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year (AP, Coaches), First-Team 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 passing yards (3,527) and passing TDs (28) in first year as starter.

Named 2004 EA Sports National High School Player of the Year at Southlake Carroll (Texas) HS, where he was a teammate of K Garrett Hartley...Led team to perfect 16-0 record in 2004 and a Class 5A state championship, in addition to a No. 1 national ranking and mythical national championship...Graduated with bachelor’s degree in business finance.

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