Threw for 4,548 yards and 22 TDs over college career.
While numbers weren’t spectacular, did enough to get noticed by pro scouts.
Selected by the Green Bay Packers in 1998 during the 6th round of the NFL Draft.
Toiled away on the practice squad and primarily as Brett Favre’s little seen backup for first two seasons.
Traded for by Seattle, following former Green Bay Packers head coach Mike Holmgren.
After unseating Trent Dilfer at starting QB in 2003, went on to have a productive NFL career in Seattle.
Had most productive season in 2007, throwing for 3,966 yards and 28 TDs.
Fan favorite who had a heartbreaking departure from Seattle after the 2011 NFL Lockout.
Began Journeyman phase of career with the Tennessee Titans playing 2011 and 2012 with the franchise.
Had a solid 2011, throwing for 3,571 yards and 18 TDs.
Joined Indianapolis Colts in 2013, playing sparingly initially, backing Andrew Luck.
As injuries piled up on Luck- especially near the end of 2015, pressed back into emergency action leading team to 5-3 mark in his absence.
Retired after the 2015 season.
As of 2022, is currently an on air personality for Sunday Night Countdown on ESPN.
ProBowl 2003, 05, 07
Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor
Seattle Seahawks 35th Anniversary Team
I really respected Matt. -He always had the Texans number. I wrote Matt right at the end of the 2012 season, after he said that he was very good with fan mail. I tossed these two cards in, because I couldn’t find the Score 2009 or the Donruss Rookies & Stars 2009 I wanted to send.I never knew what a journey it’d be for these cards…
It took roughly 8.5 years to get these back. In that time, I got a job, got married, moved 3 times, and had a kid. I never thought I’d see these again, but Matt now represents the longest wait I’ve had for any TTM ever, besting Santana Dotson by… 2 and a half years or so.
Cards: Score Supplemental 1990 Acquired: TTM 2022, C/o Home Sent: 2/18 Received: 2/28 (10 days) Failure TTM 2019, C/o Home
Return specialist and WR at Delaware State returned two punts and kickoffs for TDs in Freshman season in 1980.
Dropped out of college after the season concluded.
Was working out with his brother (Robert) and caught the eye of the Patriots who offered him a free agent contract in 1983.
Caught 19 passes for 379 yards and 3 TDs his rookie year, while moonlighting as a kick returner.
84 season cut short by stress fracture of foot.
Browns were trying to acquire Weathers when he suddenly hit the market as a free agent in 85.
Immediately contributed to squad, providing much needed speed and return skills.
Caught only 16 passes- but averaged a team record 28.1 yards per catch (449 yards) and 3 TDs, as well as returned 26 punts for 219 yards.
Signed with Colts in 1989, playing in four contests before being released.
Joined Chiefs, and caught 17 passes for 192 yards.
Signed as a Plan B Free Agent with the Packers in 1990.
Had career high 33 receptions in 1990.
Retired after the 1991 season.
This is a great looking card of Clarence, and I had always wanted to get it signed. I tried back in 2019 to get him, but ran into a wrong address. I love these players who played a few years, had a few cards and have a great story to tell.
CARDS: Pro Set 1990, Score 1991, Action Packed 1990 ACQUIRED: TTM 2021, C/o Home SENT: 10/11 RECEIVED: 10/30 (19 days)
Played college ball for the Fightin’ Illini at Free Safety.
Originally a 5th round pick of the New Orleans Saints in 1988, but couldn’t crack roster.
Signed by Colts as free agent and developed into a full time starter in 3rd NFL season.
Had 22 tackles in 1989, but a monstrous 7 picks for 225 yards and a TD as the team’s nickleback.
At the time his 80 yard pick for a TD against Buffalo was a club record.
In his first full season as starter in 1990, had 104 tackles and 3 more picks.
Rejoined Saints in 1992, playing the next season there, recording another 4 interceptions.
Then joined Redskins in 1994 playing for Washington through 1996.
Keith sneakily got into some fine sets for his 1989 contributions. He was kind enough to personalize three for me. I especially like the Action Packed and the Pro Set cards. -Great profile cards. Keith is the brother of 49ers WR John Taylor.
Celebrating the game, the players, the cards, and the autographs for over 25 years.