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Timm Rosenbach
Position(s)
Quarterback
Jersey #(s)
3
Born October 27, 1966 (1966-10-27) (age 43)
Everett, Washington
Career information
Year(s) 19891995
Supplemental Draft 1989 / Round: 1
College Washington State
Professional teams
Career stats
TD-INT 16-24
Yards 3,676
QB Rating 66.0
Stats at NFL.com
Career highlights and awards
  • No notable achievements

Timm Lane Rosenbach (born October 27, 1966 in Everett, Washington) is a former American football quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). Rosenbach was selected in 1st round of the 1989 NFL Supplemental Draft by the Phoenix Cardinals. After seeing spot duty his rookie year in 1989, Rosenbach started all 16 games in 1990, taking every offensive snap for the Phoenix Cardinals.

He started one year for the team before injuries prematurely ended his career. He attempted a comeback with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and the New Orleans Saints, but failed. Upon his return to the NFL, he signed with the New Orleans Saints, but had to miss the season because of a ruptured disc in his back. He also missed the 1991 season with the Cardinals because of a knee injury suffered in training camp.

Rosenbach finished seventh in the 1988 Heisman Trophy voting.

He is a graduate of Washington State University, which has produced several other NFL quarterbacks, including Mark Rypien, Drew Bledsoe, Ryan Leaf, and Jason Gesser. He led the nation in passing efficiency his junior year, and skipped his senior year to enter the NFL draft.[1] Rosenbach was the quarterbacks coach at Washington State from 2003-2007.

Timm is married to former professional volleyball player Kim Exner. Kim and Timm had their first child, a girl named Reece Tammy, on Feb. 6, 2007.

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Preceded by
Gary Hogeboom
Phoenix Cardinals Starting Quarterbacks
1990
Succeeded by
Tom Tupa
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