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American football quarterback
Born: March 15, 1993 (age 28 years), Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Current team: Washington Football Team (#4 / Quarterback)
Passing yards: 925

Passer rating: 86.2
Parents: Brett Heinicke, Diane Dodsworth
Date of Birth 3/15/1993
Height, Weight 6’1″, 210 lbs

From Suwanee, GA
College Old Dominion
Experience 6 Years

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Taylor Heinicke is an American football quarterback for the Washington Football Team of the National Football League (NFL).

He played college football at Old Dominion and has been a member of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, whom he joined as an undrafted free agent in 2015, as well as the New England Patriots, Houston Texans, and Carolina Panthers.

In addition, Heinicke was a reserve quarterback for the St. Louis BattleHawks of the XFL in 2020.

Heinicke had one of the best seasons in Georgia high school football history.

Before Deshaun Watson and Trevor Lawrence lit up scoreboards, Heinicke starred at Collins Hill High School in Suwanee, Georgia.

As a senior in 2010, he threw for 4,218 yards — then the second-most in state history — and 44 touchdowns (third most).

Heinicke set multiple FCS records at Old Dominion.

Heinicke chose Old Dominion over Richmond and Georgia State and immediately flourished, throwing for 2,385 yards and 25 touchdowns compared to just one interception.

But those statistics paled in comparison to the absurdity of his 2012 campaign.

Heinicke is very familiar with Washington offensive coordinator Scott Turner.

Heinicke signed with the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted rookie in 2015 and spent two seasons working under then quarterbacks coach Scott Turner.

That familiarity paid off in April of 2018, when Ron Rivera and the Carolina Panthers claimed Heinicke off waivers despite having attempted just one NFL pass during his first three seasons.

Months earlier, Turner returned to Carolina to serve as the team’s quarterbacks coach.

Before signing with Washington, Heinicke kept his NFL dream alive while planning for life after football.

Months after the Panthers released him, Heinicke was allocated to the St. Louis BattleHawks before the 2020 XFL Draft.

Heinicke did not record any statistics in five games, and his contract was terminated when the league suspended operations in April.

Not knowing when he would receive another chance to play football, Heinicke decided to return to Old Dominion this fall to finish his engineering degree.

His four courses: partial differential equations, applied numerical methods, mathematics in nature, and number theory and discrete mathematics.

Washington signed Heinicke to the practice squad Dec. 8, then promoted him to the active roster for the Seahawks game with Smith ruled out.

Eight days later, with Smith once again sidelined, Heinicke replaced Dwayne Haskins Jr. with about nine minutes left in the fourth quarter and nearly led a double-digit comeback with the division title on the line.