Miami Dolphins Dan Marino had 301 attempts for a total of 87 rushing yards at the end of his career. Marino retired as the quarterback for the Miami Dolphins in 2000.
No, he did not. Dan Marino played his entire career for the Miami Dolphins (1983-1999).
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback and Hall of Famer Dan Marino wore the number 13 during his 16 year career in the National Football League. Marino also wore that number in this collegiate career at the University of Pittsburgh.
Dan Marino, despite the fact he never won a Super Bowl. He spent seventeen seasons as quarterback of the Miami Dolphins and broke almost every passing record possible. His arm strength and accuracy was consistently among the elite throughout his illustrious career
Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino never won a Super Bowl. His only appearance in the championship game resulted in a 38-16 loss to Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XIX. Marino finished the game 29 of 50 passing for 318 yards with 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions. In 17 seasons as the Dolphins quarterback Marino led the team to 10 playoff berths. Marino holds many NFL passing records and is considered one of the best quarterbacks in NFL history despite a career playoff record of 8 wins and 10 losses.
Brett Favre broke the career passing yardage record of Dan Marino. As of the end of the 2007 season, Favre has 61,657 career passing yards. Marino ended his career with 61,361.
Dan Marino was sacked a total of 270 times during his football career for a loss of a total of 1930 yards. Dan Marino was the quarterback for the Miami Dolphins from 1983 to 1999, one of the longest careers in professional football.
As of the start of the 2010 season, Brett Favre holds the career passing yardage record with 69,329. As stands at the start of the 2008 season, Damon Allen still holds the record for most passing yards by a Pro Quaterback at 72,381 and retired prior to the 2008 training camps. He broke the record on September 4th, 2006 meaning at the start of the 2007 season Dan Marino did not hold the Pro Quarterback record for most career passing yards, only the NFL record. Also Warren Moon retired with 70,553 career passing yards as a Pro Quarterback, putting him above Dan Marino in all-time Pro career stats.
Dan Marino played 242 games in his career, all with the Miami Dolphins.
Dan Marino holds the record for second most career touchdowns with 418
Dan Marino passed for 61,361 yards in a career that spanned 1983-1999.