|No. 10, 12|
|* Offseason and/or practice squad member only|
|Career NFL statistics|
Zolman became the starter for Vanderbilt about halfway through his freshman year in 1998 and was the starting quarterback the final three seasons. He was the all-time leading passer with 7,981 yards until surpassed by Jay Cutler.
Zolman played on five different NFL teams: Buffalo, Green Bay, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Tampa. He played one season in NFL Europe.
- "Zolman Playing in NFL Europe", Dayton Daily News, May 13, 2004
- "Zolman Rushes to Catch Up in Quarterback Competition", St. Louis Post-Dispatch, August 1, 2003
- "Zolman Throws for Career-High 441 Yards", Dayton Daily News, November 13, 2001
- "Zolman Nears Top of Vandy's Career Passing Mark", Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (GA), September 28, 2001
- "The Bull's-Eye Is on the Quarterback: Zolman Guides Vandy Offense That Has Thrown Caution to Wind", Birmingham News, September 26, 2001
- "QB Zolman Figures in Team's Cautious Optimism", Birmingham News, August 2, 2001
- "Zolamn Leads Commodores, Miamisburg soph sparks resurgence at Vanderbilt", Dayton Daily News, September 26, 1999