Former University of California quarterback Joe Ayoob had an unremarkable two-year career as a fill-in starter and backup for the Golden Bears.
He went undrafted in the 2007 NFL draft and went on to play for the Central Valley Coyotes and Tri-Cities Fever in the Arena Football League’s developmental league.
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