John David Booty

John David Booty (born January 3, 1985) is a former NFL quarterback. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fifth round of the 2008 NFL Draft. He last played for the Houston Texans until being cut on September 4, 2010. He played college football at USC.

Booty has also been a member of the Tennessee Titans. He is the brother of former Seattle Seahawks, Cleveland Browns, and Oakland Raiders quarterback Josh Booty.

Read more about John David Booty:  Early Years, Personal

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2007 Rose Bowl - Scoring Summary
3 150 ... USC Chris McFoy 2-yard touchdown reception from John David Booty, Mario Danelo kick good 113 ... USC Dwayne Jarrett 22-yard ...
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... Yards Scoring Play Time Score 1st quarter 72 ... USC - Chauncey Washington, 8-yard pass from John David Booty (David Buehler kick) 212 ILL 0 - USC 34 ... USC - Desmond Reed, 34-yard pass from ...

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