As of the 2007-2008 season Garcia will be playing for Tampa Bay.
He is 6'1 and weighs 200 pounds.
He threw a 99 yard pass during the playoffs, which tied him for the longest throw ever thrown by an Eagles player during a playoff game.
As of 2006 he is engaged to Carmella DeCesare.
His average QB rating with the Philadelphia Eagles was a 95.8.
His jersey number for the Eagles was 7.
One of his former teammates on the 49ers stated in an interview with Playboy that Jeff was a homosexual.
He was in Sports Illustrated in the January 3, 2007 issue.
As of 2007, he is one of only six quarterbacks in NFL history that have achieved two consecutive 30-touchdown passing seasons at least one time in their careers.
He won the Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy in 1997.
He has been playing professional football since 1994.
He is of Irish and Mexican descent.
Garcia left the Detroit Lions, and signed with the Philadelphia Eagles to backup Donovan Mcnabb.
In Garcia's first game as a Lion he passed for 210 yards, and helped the Lions get a 13-10 victory.
In 2005, Jeff Garcia was released by the Browns, and later signed with the Lions.
Jeff Garcia was released by the 49ers because of salary cap reasons, and later signed with the Clevand Browns.
Jeff Garcia led the 49ers to a playoff spot in 2001,and 2002.
In the 2000 season, Jeff Garcia set a team record for the San Francisco 49ers with 4,278 passing yards.
Jeff Garcia was named the MVP of the Grey Cup.
Jeff Garcia later became the starter for the Calgary Stampeders, and led the Stampeders to a Grey Cup .
Jeff Garcia started his career backing up Doug Flutie for the Calgary Stampeders in the CFL.
Jeff Garcia's father was his coach at Gavilan College.
Jeff Garcia currently plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Jeff Garcia played for the Detroit Lions in 2005.
Jeff Garcia played for the San Francisco 49ers from 1999-2003.
Jeff Garcia has been to the Pro Bowl 3 times.
Jeff Garcia was born on February 24, 1970.
He played college football at Gavilan College.