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Former FAMU, NFL star lands new head coaching gig

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Former FAMU standout and NFL quarterback Quinn Gray has been named head coach at Lincoln High School, according to WCTV.

The Fort Lauderdale, FL native most recently served as head coach at Mandarin High School in Jacksonville.

Quinn was one of several talented signal callers at FAMU under coach Billy Joe from 1998 through 2001 along with Ja’ Juan Seider and Patrick Bonner. After going undrafted in 2002 he wound up making the Jacksonville Jaguars and sticking through 2007, throwing for 13 touchdowns and accumulating a rating of 91.4. He would spend the the next two years bouncing around between the Texans, Colts and Chiefs and a short stint in the United Football League.

He also coached at his alma mater under fellow FAMU alumus and NFL player Earl Holmes.

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