Team Bulger Bios
Current Residence: Sarasota, Fla.
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
Home Golf Course: Oakmont Country Club, Oakmont, Pa.; Boone Valley Golf Club, Augusta, Mo.; The Concession, Bradenton, Fla.
St. Louis Rams (2001-09); Baltimore Ravens (2010)
On the Field:
- Holds 20 passing records at the University of West Virginia
- Played 10 seasons in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams (2001-09) and the Baltimore Ravens (2010)
- More than 22,000 passing yards in his NFL career
- Two-time NFL Pro Bowl Selection (2004, 2007)
- 2004 NFL Pro Bowl MVP
On the Golf Course
- 4 handicap
About the Marc Bulger Foundation
The Marc Bulger Foundation’s mission is to find innovative ways to provide funding to a diverse range of programs designed to benefit men and women in uniform, specifically, but not limited to, the men and women in the armed services, as well as police and fire personnel. Through grants to nonprofit entities, as well as active participation in events that raise funds for grants, The Marc Bulger Foundation strives to offer encouragement, comfort and support to men and women in uniform who risk their well being daily in order to provide Americans with a better quality of life. For more information, visit www.themarcbulgerfoundation.com.
About Marc Bulger
Marc Bulger is a former quarterback who played in the NFL for 10 seasons. The holder of 20 passing records for the University of West Virginia, Marc played for the St. Louis Rams for nine years and finished his professional career with the Baltimore Ravens. He retired from the NFL in 2011.
Initially signing with the New Orleans Saints as a sixth round draft pick in 2000, Marc joined the St. Louis Rams in 2001. In 2002, after the Rams started the season 0-5, Marc filled in for the injured Jamie Martin, who was filling in for the injured Kurt Warner. He compiled a 6-0 record in the games he started, amassing 1,496 passing yards during that time and breaking an NFL record for most yards produced for a quarterback’s first five starts. In 2003, Marc again filled in for an injured Kurt Warner and lead the Rams to a regular-season record 12-4 and the NFL West Division Championship. In 2004, Marc was named the MVP of the NFL Pro Bowl. He also participated in the 2006 NFL Pro Bowl, after recording an NFL-best eight games with a quarterback passer rating of more than 100.
On Sept. 10, 2006, Marc reached 1,000 completions faster than any quarterback in NFL history. He achieved this in 45 games, two games less than Warner, three less than Drew Bledsoe and Peyton Manning and four less than Dan Marino.
Marc competed with the Rams through the 2009 season, and in 2010 signed a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens, serving as the primary backup to Joe Flacco. He retired from the NFL in 2011.
Marc comes from a family of collegiate athletes. His father, Jim, was a quarterback for Notre Dame from 1970-73; sisters Katie and Meg followed Marc to West Virginia University, where both played basketball and set multiple records. Marc is married with a 3-year-old daughter an a second daughter due mid-July.