Since the 2010 season ended, Shaun Hill has started just eight games, in 2014 with St. Louis. He was the Vikings' backup last season but appeared in only three games and threw seven mostly meaningless passes. Here's a look at the 36-year-old righthanded quarterback's NFL career:
Hill's record in his 34 games started in his career. He has appeared in 12 other games, throwing for over 8,000 yards for four teams in 10 seasons.
Hill's record as an injury replacement started in St. Louis in 2014. He finished the 2014 season with eight touchdowns, seven interceptions, a 63 percent completion percentage and a mediocre QB rating of 83.9.
Combined score of the Rams' back-to-back victories over the Raiders and Redskins late in 2014. Hill had the best two-game stretch of his career, throwing four touchdowns, zero picks and logging QB ratings of 116.3 and 133.3. He even ran for a touchdown
Passes in 2010 for Hill, his largest output in a season. He started 10 games for the Lions that season, going 3-7 with a below-average QB rating of 45.2. His 16 touchdowns and 2,686 yards remain career highs.