Ravens roll call

August 27, 1996

Scott Otis

Pos.: Quarterback

Height: 6-5

Weight: 230

Age: 23

College: Glenville State

Year: Rookie

How acquired: Signed as a free agent, 1996.

Highlights: Finished as the most proficient passer in West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference history with a 147.8 rating. Passed for a total of 5,986 yards and 66 touchdowns in two seasons at Glenville State. As a senior, led Pioneers to second straight league title. Passed for over 300 yards in a game six times.

Personal: Transferred to Glenville State from West Virginia University. Played sparingly as a backup with the Mountaineers for three years. Graduated from Southington (Conn.) High School. Born in Hartford, Conn. Avid golfer.

Vinny Testaverde

Pos.: Quarterback

Height: 6-5

Weight: 227

Age: 33

College: Miami, Fla.

Year: 10th

How acquired: Signed with Cleveland as an unrestricted free agent, April 1993.

Highlights: Is 17-16 as a starter over the last three seasons. Has thrown at least one touchdown pass in 30 of last 37 games. Had a career-high 87.8 QB rating and 61.5 completion percentage last season. Has recorded 15 300-yard games and seven three-touchdown games. Started all 24 of Bucs' victories in his last five seasons in Tampa Bay. Averaged one touchdown pass every 16.4 attempts in 1993. Threw three touchdown passes in first game as a Brown in Cincinnati in 1993. Set an NFL record with a 91.3 (21 of 23) completion percentage in Game 15 at Rams in 1993.

Personal: Twice named Offensive Player of the Week in 1989. Winner of 1986 Heisman Trophy. A unanimous All-American selection. Led Miami to a 21-1 mark as a starter in 1985-86. Finished as Miami's all-time career leader in passing yardage with 6,058 and also is Hurricanes' all-time leader in career touchdowns (48). Attended Fork Union Military Academy before going to Miami. Lettered in baseball and track at Sewanhaka High School in New York. Enjoys golf, tennis, fishing and shooting pool.

Pub Date: 8/27/96

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