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Ahman Rashad is an American sports news caster and additionally was a former professional football player. He played the NFL Draft with St. Louis Cardinals, as a running back and a broad player. An extremely demanding and competitive player, he was picked for the Pro Bowl, four times with his time with the Vikings. After playing successfully with his school team as a quarter back, he was chosen by St. Louis Cardinals in their 1972 NFL Draft, and was the fourth player to be chosen. He got routine playing opportunities under the trainer Bob Hollway, but after changing of trainers in 1973, he was transferred to Buffalo Bills. He replaced Dennis Shaw for quarterback and contains an excellent season before losing out the whole season of 1975 to an injury. After an unsuccessful campaign followed by harm, he was traded to Minnesota Vikings, who did not take him at first. Only back after the injury, he even did not pass the medical test for Vikings, but since their quarter back Fran Tarkenton had a very uncertain future at the team, they kept him. With nearly 500 passes and a total of 7 thousand yard runs in his career, the primary highlight of his time was seen at Vikings. He did not have a really successful career as a player but surely given for his team, at large. Produced as the couple’s only kids, he took an interest in football from an extremely young age; inspired by his dad. With his exceptional career, he received an athletic scholarship for University of Oregon, where he continued his excellent form. While playing for his school, he’d legal problems and was accused of larceny in 1970, to which he pleaded guilty and was banned for a month of training. He started his TV career as a journalist following a departure from professional football. He was hired by NBC along with ABC to cover sports news like NFL, NBA, Major League Baseball. Likewise, he’s also conducted interviews which have many great professionals that is aired in the stations he worked for. In 2013, he was hosting Morning Drive, a daily talk show telecasted by Golf Channel, but left in the summer of that year.
|Birth date:||November 19, 1949|
|Birth place:||Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England|
|Education:||University of Oregon, Mount Tahoma High School|
|Spouse:||Sale Johnson (m. 2007–2013), Phylicia Rashad (m. 1985–2001), Matilda Johnson (m. 1976–1979)|
|Children:||Condola Rashad, Sean Rashad, Jamie Johnson, Maiyisha Rashad, Billy Bowles, Ahmad Rashad Jr., Keva Rashad|
|Nominations:||Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Host, Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Edited Sports Special, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program|
|Movies:||NBA Hardwood Classics: Courtside Comedy, NBA: Kevin Garnett|
|TV shows:||The Mole, NBA on NBC, Real TV, Caesars Challenge|