What Is A. J. Feeley Worth?
A. J. Feeley's Net Worth is $3 million
Feeley was chosen in the fifth round with the 155th overall pick of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles. He spent his newbie year in Philadelphia as the third-string quarterback, backing up Donovan McNabb and Koy Detmer. In the season finale of his freshman season, Feeley came off the seat in the final quarter and tossed two touchdown passes in a 26-second span to bring Philadelphia back from a 13-3 shortfall, and win by a score of 17-13.
The accompanying season, after McNabb and Detmer ran down with injuries, the 8-3 Eagles called on Feeley to protect the team’s Super Bowl aspirations. Feeley shockingly helped lead the Eagles to four straight wins and secured the main seed in the playoffs.
With McNabb playing the whole 2003 season without injury, Feeley was not called upon and did not take a solitary snap amid the season. Be that as it may, he sufficiently demonstrated in the past two seasons to garner enthusiasm around the league.
Feeley was traded to the Miami Dolphins in March 2004 in exchange for Miami’s 2005 second round pick (utilized by Philadelphia to choose a wide beneficiary, Reggie Brown). Feeley was set to go after the Dolphins’ starting quarterback job with Jay Fiedler. After the opposition, he and Fiedler traded starts all through the season.
The Dolphins season was viewed as a disaster. Their star running back Ricky Williams resigned before the season after a failed sedate test, and head coach Dave Wannstedt surrendered from the team following a 1-9 start. Feeley would fail to meet expectations as well; in 11 games, Feeley tossed 11 touchdowns against 15 block attempts, for a 61.7 quarterback rating.
Feeley would help create a couple of brilliant spots on the year. Following the 1-9 start to enter their bye week, Feeley was given the start in the following six games, going 3-3 (the Dolphins would complete with a 4-12 record) and hinting at change as a starter. Though two of those wins came against the modest Browns and 49ers, on December 20, 2004, Feeley’s 2-11 Dolphins annoy the 12-1 Patriots on Monday Night Football, in a game that has turned out to be known as “The Night That Courage Wore Orange.” With the Dolphins trailing by 11 with just 3:59 to play, Feeley guided the team to two late scores, including a game-winning touchdown to Derrius Thompson to disturb the shielding Super Bowl champions. The game was significant, as the 14-2 Patriots would pass up a major opportunity for home-field advantage all through the playoffs against the 15-1 Steelers. It was also the last time the Patriots would lose that season, on the way to another Super Bowl championship.
Because of his solid play to end the season, Feeley was named the starting quarterback going into the season by new coach Nick Saban. Be that as it may, Gus Frerotte was instead named the starter.
Feeley was marked by the Philadelphia Eagles on August 30, 2006, soon after being released by the Chargers. At the point when McNabb was injured for the season on November 18, 2006, there was speculation that the more energetic Feeley may be named as the new starting quarterback, however, head coach Andy Reid ran with Jeff Garcia, who drove the Eagles to a late-season turnaround and division title. Feeley played a large portion of the Eagles’ regular-season finale against the Atlanta Falcons, leading the team to a triumph with 321 passing yards and three touchdown passes, keeping the Falcons from securing a special case compartment.
Feeley drew enthusiasm from the Packers and Patriots yet marked with the Carolina Panthers on September 15, 2009.
On March 5, 2010, Feeley agreed to a two-year contract with the St. Louis Rams. Although he was in a rivalry for the starting job, #1 pick Sam Bradford won the starting job in the preseason. Amid the 2011 regular season, Feeley replaced an injured Bradford for three games and he drove the Rams to a shocking bombshell of the New Orleans Saints on October 30. It was the main win of the season for St. Louis which entered the game with a 0-6 record.
A. J. Feeley Biography
Adam Joshua Feeley conceived May 16, 1977, in Caldwell, Idaho. He is a previous American football quarterback. He was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fifth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. He played school football at the University of Oregon.
He was also an individual from the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, and Carolina Panthers.
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