Former ECU QB and Jacksonville Jags QB David Garrard is finally hanging up his cleats for good. Garrard, who was last a member of the Jets in 2013, will retire as a Jaguar. Garrard, 37, played 12 seasons while in the NFL and started 75 games as a Jag; he will finish with 17 TD’s and 1,746 yards on the ground and 16,003 yards with 89 TD’s and 54 interceptions, with a 61.6 passing percentage through the air. He played 8 seasons with the Jags and also played for the Miami Dolphins before being cut in September 2012. One of his most rememberable moments was a 32 yard dash in a (January 2008) playoff game against Pitt on a 4th and 2, which would set up to the game winning field goal by K Josh Scobee. For now, he is the last QB to lead the Jags to a playoff victory in 7 years.