22 Facts About Andrew Walter


Andrew Scott Walter was born on May 11,1982 and is an American businessman and former American football quarterback.

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Andrew Walter was drafted by the Oakland Raiders in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft after playing college football at Arizona State University.

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Andrew Walter was a member of the New England Patriots.

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Andrew Walter moved to Colorado at the age of 10, where he later attended Grand Junction High School in Grand Junction, Colorado.

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Andrew Walter was an all-conference selection as a junior and senior and a USA Today honorable mention All-American.

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Andrew Walter completed his collegiate career with numerous Pacific-10 Conference records including, most career touchdowns and most yards passing in a game.

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Andrew Walter set numerous school records, which include most passing yards, most completions, most touchdowns, and total offense.

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Andrew Walter entered the game with a protective boot due to an injury he sustained during the previous week of practice.

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The injury did not prove to be a factor as Andrew Walter connected with wide receiver Shaun McDonald for a 72-yard touchdown pass on his first play from scrimmage.

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Andrew Walter's second pass from scrimmage ended up as a touchdown.

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Andrew Walter earned the Territorial Cup MVP when ASU beat their arch-rivals the University of Arizona at Sun Devil Stadium.

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Andrew Walter surpassed NFL legend John Elway as the Pac-10's all time touchdown leader.

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Andrew Walter was selected by the Oakland Raiders in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft.

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Andrew Walter spent his 2005 rookie season as the third-string quarterback for the Raiders behind Kerry Collins and backup quarterback Marques Tuiasosopo.

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Andrew Walter played in only two preseason games because of a groin injury, one that eventually required surgery at the conclusion of the 2005 season.

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The next week, Andrew Walter replaced Brooks due to poor performance including two fumbled snaps.

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Andrew Walter would begin the season as the Raiders' third quarterback, with veterans Daunte Culpepper and Josh McCown seeing time over Andrew Walter, who was only active for one game in 2007.

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Andrew Walter was inserted into the game instead of rookie JaMarcus Russell, who had made his NFL debut a week earlier, due to head coach Lane Kiffin not wanting to play Russell when the offense was performing poorly.

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Andrew Walter was active for just two games in 2008, starting one but posting only a 43.

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Andrew Walter was released by the Raiders on July 30,2009, finishing his Oakland career with a 52.

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Andrew Walter was signed by the New England Patriots in August 2009 after the team waived quarterback Matt Gutierrez.

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Andrew Walter lost in the 2014 Republican primary election against Wendy Rogers for the House of Representatives seat in.

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