Kliff Kingsbury

 Quarterback
 Height: 6'3
 Weight: 213
 College: Texas Tech
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 2017 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0  
 2018 Chesapeake 14 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0  
 2019 Chesapeake 14 249 414 60.1 3,456 24 5 101.3 57 84 1.5 1 13 3  
 2020 Chesapeake 14 268 431 62.2 3,683 18 5 98.6 58 42 0.7 0 11 1  
 2021 Chesapeake 14 278 444 62.6 3,543 19 5 97.1 75 123 1.6 2 11 0  
 2022 Chesapeake 14 246 466 52.8 3,451 21 11 82.1 65 128 2.0 1 12 4  
 2023 Chesapeake 14 314 518 60.6 3,753 18 5 90.3 64 158 2.5 1 21 1  
 2024 Chesapeake 14 235 401 58.6 2,824 13 9 81.7 51 93 1.8 0 17 0  
 2025 Chesapeake 14 275 413 66.6 3,079 15 4 96.7 47 84 1.8 1 6 0  
 9 Seasons 126 1865 3087 60.4 23,789 128 44 92.4 417 712 1.7 6 109 9

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Drafted in 2017 by the Chesapeake Tide. Became a full-time starter in 2019.

Professional Experience: Kingsbury was selected by the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2003 Draft with the 201st overall selection. He spent his rookie season of 2003 on the Patriots' injured reserve list with an arm injury and was waived by the Pats on September 6, 2004 and subsequently was signed to the New Orleans Saints' practice squad, where he spent the entire 2004 season. He went to training camp with the Saints this season and completed 10-of-21 passes for 139 yards with a long of 57 yards and two interceptions. Was signed to the Denver Broncos' practice squad on Sept. 6, 2005 and was released on Sept. 21, 2005. As a Free agent he signed with the New York Jets on September 28, 2005. The New York Jets assigned Kingsbury to the Cologne Centurions of NFL Europe in 2006. He posted the top quarterback rating of any Cologne quarterback (73.7) while completing 58 of 102 passes for 633 yards and two touchdowns. He also led Cologne with a 56.9 completion percentage. Kingsbury was subsequently signed by the Buffalo Bills and attended training camp with the Bills, but did not see any regular season action with the team in 2006. On March 30, 2007, Kingsbury signed with the Montréal Alouettes. He spent part of training camp in Montréal before being traded to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on June 20 in exchange for quarterback Brad Banks.

College Experience: Kingsbury played collegiately for the Texas Tech Red Raiders from 1998-2002. Kingsbury played 43 games at Texas Tech, completing 1,231 of 1,883 passes for 12,429 yards and 95 touchdowns and 40 interceptions. He finished his career as the school's most decorated player. He left Texas Tech as the owner of 39 school records, 13 Big Twelve Conference and seven NCAA Division I-A records and is only the third player in college football history to throw for over 10,000 yards, gain over 10,000 yards in total offense and complete over 1,000 passes in a career. He also became just the fourth player in college football annals to throw for over 3,000 yards three times during his career.[2] Kingsbury also excelled in the classroom as he was one of 14 collegiate football players to receive a post-graduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame as he also garnered Verizon Academic Player of the Year honors in 2002. As a senior he was awarded the Sammy Baugh Trophy, annually presented to the nation's best college quarterback. He was also selected Verizon/CoSIDA Academic All-American and Player of the Year as well as being a unanimous All-Big Twelve Conference first-team pick and named the Associated Press' Offensive Player of the Year after a season during which he shattered his own school single-season records as he completed 479 of 712 passes (67.3 percent) for 5,017 yards, 45 touchdowns and just 13 interceptions. He also added two rushing scores on 102 carries.[2] He averaged 350.2 yards per game and his 45 touchdown passes nearly doubled his previous season's mark. As a junior, Kingsbury was a Verizon All-District first-team selection and All-Big Twelve Conference second-team pick by the league's coaches for his performance. He completed 365 of 529 passes for 3,502 yards, 25 touchdowns and only nine interceptions. Kingsbury was an Academic All-Big Twelve Conference choice following his sophomore campaign. He assumed the starting role and connected on 362 of 585 passes for 3,418 yards, 21 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He added two scores on 78 carries. In his red-shirt freshman year, Kingsbury appeared in six games, starting the season finale against Oklahoma. He completed 25 of 57 passes for 492 yards, four touchdowns and an interception in his initial collegiate season.[2] He held 39 school, 13 Big 12 and seven NCAA records at the time of his graduation. He was a management major in college.[1] He was also a member of the Epsilon Nu Chapter of the Sigma Chi Fraternity at Texas Tech. He, along with Graham Harrell are the only Tech Quarterbacks to have beaten both Texas and Oklahoma in their careers as starters.

Professional Experience: Kingsbury was a Quarterbac.