|Date of birth:||April 29, 1968|
|Place of birth:||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|NFL Draft:||1991 / Round: 2 / Pick: 34|
|New York Jets
Orlando Predators (AFL)
Buffalo Destroyers (AFL)
|Playing stats at|
Browning Nagle (born April 29, 1968) is a retired American football quarterback for the National Football League's New York Jets, Indianapolis Colts, and Atlanta Falcons. He also played as a quarterback for the Arena Football League's Orlando Predators and Buffalo Destroyers.
Nagle played for Pinellas Park High School, graduating in 1986. He began his college career at West Virginia the same year as Major Harris. When it became clear that West Virginia would go with Harris and an option offense, Nagle transferred to Louisville and played for Howard Schnellenberger. He was named one of the Most Valuable Players in the 1991 Fiesta Bowl, where he set many passing records, one of which was 451 passing yards vs. the Alabama Crimson Tide. Nagle was drafted by the Jets in the 1991 NFL Draft with the 34 pick overall, one pick after the Falcons selected Brett Favre.
Today, Nagle is a Senior Manager at Medtronic Spinal & Biologics, he has been in the Medical Device industry since retiring from football in 2000. Browning is an avid golfer, playing in celebrity tournaments as a Founding Member of the Celebrity Players Tour. He currently resides outside Memphis, TN, with his wife, Mallie Jo (married in 6-93), and their two children; Browning Jr. (BJ) and Savannah Clair.
Browning is the fourth child born to Mary Sue and Ronald Nagle, raised by Bob and Mary Sue McVeigh. He has three older siblings, Curtiss, Gayle and Krystal.
Browning began school at James Russell Lowell Elementary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He then went on to attend the private William Penn Charter School. He and his family moved to Florida in 1980, when Browning was twelve years old. While Browning grew up in Florida, he attended 3 different high schools, East Bay Senior High (1983), Boca Ciega High School (1984) and Pinellas Park High School (1985 & 1986).
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