Chase Daniel

Team
Kansas City Chiefs
Date Range
2013-Present
Position
Quarterback

Bio

TRANSACTION HISTORY:

  • Signed with Kansas City (3/13/13)
  • Signed with New Orleans (3/12/12)
  • Signed to New Orleans’ active roster (1/2/10)
  • Added to New Orleans’ practice squad (12/11/09)
  • Released from New Orleans’ practice squad (12/9/09)
  • Added to New Orleans’ practice squad (11/20/09)
  • Waived by New Orleans (11/17/09)
  • Signed with New Orleans (10/16/09)
  • Waived by New Orleans (10/12/09)
  • Signed to New Orleans’ active roster (9/26/09)
  • Added to New Orleans’ practice squad (9/6/09)
  • Waived by Washington (9/5/09)
  • Signed with Washington as an undrafted free agent (4/30/09)

AWARDS: 

  • 2010 Super Bowl Champion
  • 2007 Heisman Trophy Finalist
  • 2007 finalist for Manning Award, Walter Camp Award, and Davey O’Brien Award

PRO CAREER:

KANSAS CITY (2013-present):

  • Started one contest at quarterback and played in four games as a reserve, completing 25 of 38 passes for 248 yards with one touchdown and one interception, good for an 81.9 passer rating
  • Added 52 yards on 14 carries (3.7 avg.)
  • Was active but did not play in 11 contests as the club’s backup quarterback
  • Was active but did not play in one postseason game
  • Entered the game as a reserve quarterback at Jacksonville (9/8), kneeling one time for a one-yard loss
  • Was active but did not play vs. Dallas (9/15)
  • Active but did not play at Philadelphia (9/19)
  • Had two quarterback kneels for two yards lost vs. New York Giants (9/29)
  • Was active but did not play at Tennessee (10/6), vs. Oakland (10/13), vs. Houston (10/20), vs. Cleveland (10/27), at Buffalo (11/3), at Denver (11/17), vs. San Diego (11/24), vs. Denver (12/1)
  • Saw action at reserve quarterback recording one completion on three attempts for 17 yards with one interception at Washington (12/8)
  • Recorded three completions on five attempts for 31 yards (77.9 passer rating) at Oakland (12/15)
  • Was active but did not play vs. Indianapolis (12/22)
  • Completed a career-high 21 of 30 passes for 200 yards with a touchdown in his first-career start at San Diego (12/29), adding 59 yards on seven carries (8.4 avg.)
  • Was active but did not play as the club’s backup quarterback in an AFC Wild Card Game at Indianapolis (1/4/14).

NEW ORLEANS (2009-12):

  • Appeared in 45 games as New Orleans’ backup quarterback and holder for extra points and field goals
  • Has been active but did not play in four contests, served as the team’s third quarterback in seven games and spent eight weeks on the club’s practice squad
  • Saw action at quarterback in six contests, completing seven of nine passes (77.8%) for 55 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions
  • Played in three postseason contests and the team’s holder and served as the club’s third quarterback for three contests, including New Orleans’ victory in Super Bowl XLIV vs. Indianapolis (2/7/10).

2012 SEASON:

  • Appeared in all 16 games as the team’s backup quarterback and holder
  • Saw action in one contest in relief of QB Drew Brees, completing his only pass attempt for 10 yards and adding three carries for 17 yards (5.7 avg.)

2011 SEASON:

  • Played in all 16 games as the team’s backup quarterback and holder
  • Saw action in three contests in relief of QB Drew Brees, completing four of five passes for 29 yards and rushing three times for a three-yard loss
  • Appeared as the team’s holder in two postseason contests.

2010 SEASON:

  • Appeared in 13 games as the team’s backup quarterback and holder for extra points and field goals
  • Was active but did not play in three contests
  • Saw action at quarterback in two of those contests, completing two of three passes for 16 yards and adding two carries for 16 yards
  • Held for extra points and field goals in New Orleans’ NFC Wild Card game at Seattle (1/8/11)

2009 SEASON:

  • Served as the club’s third quarterback for seven contests, was active but did not play in one game and spent eight week’s on the club’s practice squad
  • Served as the club’s third quarterback for three postseason contests, including the Saints’ victory in Super Bowl XLIV vs. Indianapolis (2/7/10)

COLLEGE:

  • Led Missouri to a 30-11 record in 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 touchdowns and 41 interceptions with a 149.0 passer rating
  • Added 364 carries for 970 yards with 10 touchdowns
  • Became the first quarterback in school history to record three straight 3,000-yard seasons
  • As a senior in 2008, connected on 385 of 528 passes (72.9%) for 4,335 yards with 39 touchdowns and 18 interceptions for a 159.4 passer rating
  • Established single-season career highs in completions (385), passing yards (4,335), touchdowns (39), completion percentage (72.9%) and rating (159.4) as a senior
  • Was named a Draddy Trophy Finalist, Wuerffel Trophy Finalist, Unitas Golden Arm Award Finalist, Manning Award Finalist, National Football Foundation Scholarship Athlete, Maxwell Award Semifinalist, Davey O’Brien Award Semifinalist, Honorable Mention All-American from Sports Illustrated, Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by the conference’s coaches, First-Team Academic All-Big 12
  • Started all 14 games as a junior in 2007, completing 384 of 563 passes (68.2%) for 4,306 yards with 33 touchdowns and 11 interceptions
  • Started all 13 games as a sophomore in 2006, connecting onf 287 of 452 passes (63.5%) for 3,527 yards with 28 touchdowns and 10 interceptions
  • Appeared in 10 games as a freshman in 2005, completing 38 of 66 passes (57.6%) for 347 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions

PERSONAL:

  • Named 2004 Electronic Arts Sports National High School Player of the Year at Southlake Carroll (Texas) High School, where he was a teammate of NFL players, LS Justin Drescher and K Garrett Hartley
  • Led his team to a perfect 16-0 record in 2004 and a Class 5A state championship, in addition to a No. 1 national ranking

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