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Reggie Collier was born on 14 May, 1961. Discover Reggie Collier's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Born 14 May 1961
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Collier’s grandparents, didn't allow him to play football until his junior year in D'Iberville High School, becoming a starter at quarterback before breaking his collarbone after playing in three games (all of them wins).


In his senior season, Collins left and Jim Carmody took over the head coaching responsibilities. He changed the offense and the team struggled with a 7-4 record. Still Collier had a 38-29 historic win against Alabama, ending their 57-game winning streak at Bryant–Denny Stadium. He finished his college career with 3,362 passing yards, 2,302 rushing yards on 446 carries, 5,964 yards of total offense (school record) and 26 touchdowns.


In 2000, he was inducted into the USM Athletic Hall of Fame and was selected along with Brett Favre, to the Southern Miss Team of the Century. In 2008, his collegiate No. 10 Jersey was retired by Southern Miss and became one of three players in school history to have been given this honor. He also was inducted into the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.


On April 13, 1993, He signed with the Albany Firebirds after being out of football for a year rehabbing a knee injury. On June 29, he was lost for the season with a knee injury.


In 1991, Collier was the first ever player signed by the Orlando Predators franchise of the Arena Football League. He passed for 1,312 yards, 21 touchdowns, 5 interceptions (a league low), before being replaced by future AFL Hall of Famer Ben Bennett, after being sacked 24 times (highest in the league). He was waived on April 14, 1992.


Collier played in four games in 1986, completing 8 of 15 passes for 96 yards and one touchdown. He was waived on June 17, 1987.

After the players went on a strike on the third week of the 1987 season, those games were canceled (reducing the 16 game season to 15) and the NFL decided that the games would be played with replacement players. Collier was signed to be a part of the Pittsburgh Steelers replacement team. He played in two games before being released after the strike was over on October 19.


The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, gambling that the USFL was not going to last, acquired Collier's NFL rights by selecting him in the sixth round (162nd overall) of the 1983 NFL Draft, even though he had already signed with the Washington Federals. On May 23, 1986, he signed a four-year contract, which was a transaction that was overshadowed by the acquisition of running back Herschel Walker.


In 1985, the team moved to Orlando and was renamed as the Orlando Renegades. The owner chose not to retain Howard Schnellenberger and asked Lee Corso to take over as the head coach. He would name Collier the starter at quarterback in the fifth game of the season, after being limited with a finger injury early in the year. He finished with a 5-13 record, 229 of 427 attempts for 2,578 passing yards, 606 rushing yards, 13 passing touchdowns, 12 rushing touchdowns (including 2 runs of 63 and 71 yards) and 16 interceptions. In the last six games, he passed for 8 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He had his best passing game as a professional against the Tampa Bay Bandits, making 17 out of 30 passes for 214 yards, 3 touchdowns and one interception. Against the Jacksonville Bulls, he rushed for 171 yards and 4 touchdowns, setting pro football single-game rushing records for a quarterback.


On January 12, 1984, the team signed quarterback Cliff Stoudt and traded Collier to the Washington Federals in exchange for a number one draft choice (#1 Jerry Rice) and the rights to center Joel Hilgenberg.

In 1984, he was being platooned with Mike Hohensee during the pre-season, until he was relegated to the backup position after the opening game of the season.


Collier was selected by the Birmingham Stallions of the United States Football League in the first round (third overall) of the 1983 USFL Draft. He injured his hip in the season opener and started being platooned with Bob Lane. He suffered a season ending knee injury in the tenth game, after registering 5 starts, 604 passing yards, one touchdown, 253 rushing yards and 4 rushing touchdowns. It was later known that after being separated from the team, he started drinking and using drugs.


His junior year in 1981 was one for the ages, when he became the first quarterback in NCAA Division I history to pass and rush for over 1,000 yards in a single season, posting 81 out of 139 attempts for 1,004 passing yards and had 153 carries for 1,005 rushing yards. He accomplished several noteworthy victories in school history, against Mississippi State University, Florida State University and tying the University of Alabama 13-13 at Legion Field in Birmingham, when he led the offense down the field for a dramatic game-tying field goal. He had career-high 186 rushing yards against the University of Texas at Arlington. He finished with a 9-2-1 record, was ninth in the Heisman Trophy voting and help the school achieve its highest Associated Press ranking ever (No. 9).


He became a starter as a sophomore, leading the team to a 6-0 start, with victories over the University of Mississippi and Mississippi State University (in back-to-back weeks) and the first Associated Press Top 25 ranking in the program history (No. 20 on Oct. 21, 1980). The team beat McNeese State University 16-14 at the Independence Bowl, for the school's first bowl game win in history. He tallied 1,268 passing yards, 7 passing touchdowns, 464 rushing yards and 2 rushing touchdowns.


Reginald C. Collier (born May 14, 1961) is a former professional American football quarterback. Best known as a dynamic college football star, he had a short-lived professional career in both the United States Football League and National Football League. He played college football at the University of Southern Mississippi.