Jerry Golsteyn

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Jerry Golsteyn
Born: (1954-08-06) August 6, 1954 (age 66)
West Allis, Wisconsin, United States
Career information
Position(s) Quarterback
College Northern Illinois
NFL draft 1976 / Round: 12 / Pick 333
Career history
As player
1977–1978 New York Giants
1979 Baltimore Colts
1979 Detroit Lions
1981 Orlando Americans (AFA)
1982–1983 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1984 Los Angeles Raiders
1985 Orlando Renegades (USFL)
Career stats
TD-INT 2-13
Yards1,077
QB Rating 36.2

Jerry Mark Golsteyn (born August 6, 1954 in West Allis, Wisconsin) is a former professional American football player. A 12th round drafted quarterback from Northern Illinois University, Golsteyn played in 8 NFL seasons from 1977 to 1984 for 5 different teams. He also played a brief stint for the Orlando Americans in the American Football Association [1] in 1981, becoming one of the few NFL-caliber players to play in that league. (The fact that Golsteyn was a star in the league was occasionally used as a joke regarding the AFA's inability to sign marquee talent.) [2] He then played for the Orlando Renegades of the USFL in 1985.

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References

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  2. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=LbVPAAAAIBAJ&sjid=4gUEAAAAIBAJ&pg=6686,4337542&dq=american-football-association&hl=en