Played both Defensive end positions over 4 years with Raiders.
Had 228 total tackles, 37 TFL, 16.5 sacks, 6 fumble recoveries, and 1 pick.
Signed with Bears in 2015, playing the next 3 seasons and 5 games.
Started just 2 games in 2015 (16 played) but recorded a career high 8 sacks.
Split 2017 between the Bears and Texans, playing 5 games for each team.
Signed with the Texans to help ailing defensive front, posting a sack, 7 tackles, 3 tackles for loss.
Also recorded first TD, returning a fumble 34 yards in his final game with the team.
I mean the evening wasn’t a total disaster at the bowling event. I was very excited when the Texans signed Lamarr to bolster their defensive front after JJ Watt went down with an injury. I thought he delivered, and in his final contest I thought the light really went on, but the franchise saw otherwise and cut him.
When I got his autograph on these cards, I asked him what happened and he told me that, “They told me I was too old.”
After failing on Steve a year or two ago, I went ahead and got him on these two cards. I think this covers all the Dallas Cowboys cards I wanted him on, but I still have a few set needs from when he was with the Saints to send out in a few years.
With great size (6’6″) and a good arm, Jonathan Quinn led Middle Tennessee State after transferring from Tulane.
Showed dramatic improvement in his Senior campaign in ’97, throwing for 2,209 yards and 17 TDs, catching the eye of pro scouts.
He was selected in the 3rd round of the ’98 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Quinn- at the time was the highest drafted QB in Jaguars history.
Saw sparing playing time his rookie year as the heir apparent to incumbent, Mark Brunell.
Guided the team to victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in only his second start in 1998.
Quinn was shipped to the NFLE for seasoning in 2001.
He played for the Berlin Thunder, throwing 4 TDs in a 34-25 victory over the Frankfurt Galaxy.
Then Quinn won World Bowl IX throwing for 308 yards and 3 TDs in a win over the Barcelona Dragons.
He’d join the Chiefs in 2002, returning for the 2003 season.
2004 saw Quinn move to Chicago for a single year.
He’d throw for 413 yards and a TD in 3 starts.
Then Jonathan made a short foray into the Arena Football League signing with the Kansas City Brigade in 2006.
He’d retire shortly thereafter due to lingering injuries.
Quinn has gone into coaching, working at the Division I and high school levels.
World Bowl IX MVP
NFLE Offensive Player of the Week (Week 5, 2001)
Pretty pleased with myself on this one. Lots of things I liked about this one. First is that I just don’t get very many Jaguars’ autographs. Second was that Quinn played in the NFLE for the Berlin Thunder. Third was that he was World Bowl IX MVP.
A great autograph here from Jonathan. I really like the Pacific ’02 card, but something that really bugs me about the photo is the tangent on his facemask near his mouth. I can’t tell if I’m looking at his mouth, a shadow, or his mouth piece. It’s distracting because it reads as a second mouth.
Celebrating the game, the players, the cards, and the autographs for over 25 years.