David Woodley

David Woodley

David Eugene Woodley (October 25, 1958–May 4, 2003) was an American football player and quarterback for Louisiana State University (1977–1979), the National Football League's Miami Dolphins (1980–1983), and the Pittsburgh Steelers (1984–1985). Woodley's running ability and intelligence, in addition to his passing skills, helped elevate him to become a starting NFL quarterback.

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... injuries and shared the starting role with quarterbacks Earl Morrall, Don Strock, and David Woodley, but finally in 1980, against the Baltimore Colts, Griese sustained a shoulder-injury that would prompt him to ... Following the end of the Griese era, quarterback David Woodley became the Dolphins starting quarterback and continued the Dolphin's success ... Woodley made it to the playoffs in 1981 and in 1982 ...
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1986 Dan Marino† 1985 Dan Marino† 1984 Dan Marino† 1983 Dan Marino† / David Woodley / Don Strock 1982 David Woodley 1981 David Woodley / Don Strock ...

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