After an absolutely spectacular career at the University of Miami, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted Testaverde with the 1st overall pick in the 1987 NFL draft. To say things didn’t get off to a good start would be a massive understatement. In his second season, the Bucs handed Vinny the keys to the car, and he rewarded them by throwing 35 interceptions in just 15 games. Testaverde’s best seasons came much later in his career — with the Ravens (age 33) and Jets (age 35). In 2007, after 21 seasons in the NFL, he officially retired. He ranks 4th on the all-time interceptions list — with 267 career interceptions.
Testaverde is currently the quarterbacks coach at Jesuit High School of Tampa, where his son Vincent, Jr. attended. With all of his kids off at college, Testaverde and his wife Mitzi decided it was time to downsize from their 12,323-square-foot mansion in Tampa Bay. If you’re interested in purchasing Vinny’s home, it will cost you a cool $4.99 million.