Oklahoma State QB Brandon Weeden Uses His Pro Baseball Experience To Help Him Succeed On The Gridiron

2002 New York Yankees second round pick Brandon Weeden is better known as Oklahoma State Quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Brandon Weeden these days. The 28 year old Cowboys quarterback got his start in baseball playing five years in the Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Kansas City Royals systems until giving up baseball in 2006. In the story Weeden talks about how his struggles in professional baseball, he was a career 19-26 with a 5.03ERA in five minor league seasons, have helped him become the football player he is today.

This time, Weeden doesn’t give himself reason to lose temper
— CBSSports.com

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