Bob Gagliano

Robert Frank "Bob" "The Goose" Gagliano (born September 5, 1958), is a former professional American football player. He began his career playing quarterback for Glendale Community College. He then played for United States International University (now Alliant International University) in San Diego, and Utah State University. He was drafted into the National Football League by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1981. His playing career ended in 1995. He played for eight NFL teams, including the Detroit Lions, where in 1989 he led the team to 5 consecutive victories to conclude the season. This is where he was first pegged with the nickname "The Goose".[1] He also played for the United States Football League's Denver Gold.

Bob Gagliano
No. 11, 14, 16
Position:Quarterback
Personal information
Born:September 5, 1958 (age 60)
Los Angeles, California
Career information
High school:Glendale (CA) Hoover
College:Utah State
NFL Draft:1981 / Round: 12 / Pick: 319
Career history
Career NFL statistics
NFL TD-INT:17-27
NFL Yards:3431
NFL QB Rating:62.7
Player stats at NFL.com
Player stats at PFR

References

  1. ^ "GAGLIANO, BOB 'GOOSE'".

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