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Doug Flutie        

Former NFL Quarterback & College Football Analyst; Advocate for Autism Awareness

Doug Flutie is a former professional QB, who is originally from Natick, Massachusetts. He played college football at Boston College, where he was notoriously known for his Hail Mary Pass in 1984 and winning the Heisman Trophy. He began his professional career with the New Jersey Generals in the USFL before moving onto the NFL where he spent time with the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots.

Flutie then transitioned to the CFL where he had an extremely successful career winning three Grey Cups, three Grey Cup MVPs, six CFL most outstanding player awards, and throwing for 41,355 yards and 270 touchdowns in just eight seasons. In 1998 Flutie returned to the NFL with Buffalo Bills where he was selected to the Pro Bowl and received the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award after leading the Bills to the playoffs. He was inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2007 and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2008.

Off the field, Flutie has raised over $14 million for his foundation that supports people and families affected by autism. Flutie now spends his time in Melbourne Beach, FL where he enjoys spending his free time surfing and golfing.




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