The QB Room:

Jake Plummer

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The Quarterback Room 

The Quarterback Room podcast delivers insights, analysis, insider information, and discussion about the “signal callers”, one of the most talked about positions in the game: Quarterback. Hosted by Sports1 founder, Bill Webb, the QB Room delivers straight-forward, conversations with the people who know the position best.

Episode 14

Jake Plummer

Jake Plummer was a 10-year veteran and Pro Bowl quarterback in the NFL, six years for the Arizona Cardinals, and four for the Denver Broncos.
He is best known for his All-American season and run to the Rose Bowl while at Arizona State, winning the Cardinals’ first playoff game since 1947, and breaking John Elway’s franchise records while taking the Broncos to the AFC Championship Game in 2005. 

In December 2019, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

Today, he enjoys life after football and is a co-founder of ReadyList Sports, a web-based interactive playbook used in high school, college, and pro football. 

Jake Plummer spent 10 years playing a game he loved as a quarterback in the NFL. Now his life is very different but he loves it just the same.

The Pro Bowl QB talks to us about his time at Arizona State and then with the Cardinals and Broncos in the NFL, what it was like to lose his friend and teammate Pat Tillman, why he walked away from the game at 32, why he loves handball, and about his life-after-football business venture called ReadyList Sports all on this episode of The Quarterback Room podcast powered by Sports1

The Quarterback Room

Jake Plummer |NFL Pro Bowl QB |College Football Hall of Fame

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