Rodney Peete Biography
(American Football Player)
Birthday: March 16, 1966 (Pisces)
Born In: Mesa, Arizona, USA
Rodney Peete is an American former 'National Football League' (NFL) quarterback who currently works as a sports broadcast analyst. His career began with college football. He initially played for the 'USC Trojans.' His college career included many achievements. Unfortunately, his ‘NFL’ career was marred by several injuries, and he primarily served as a back-up option for the team. Despite this, Peete managed to deliver some great performances that showcased his potential to become a star sportsman. He was a quarterback for the 'Detroit Lions' (1989-1993), the 'Dallas Cowboys' (1994), the 'Philadelphia Eagles' (1995–1998), the 'Washington Redskins' (1999), the 'Oakland Raiders' (2000–2001), and finally, the 'Carolina Panthers.' He retired in 2004. Following his retirement, he turned toward sports broadcasting and entertainment. He is a philanthropist, too, and has been associated with several causes, working along with his wife, actor Holly Robinson-Peete.