​JP Losman only managed to start one full season in the ​NFL. In 2006 he was the main man for all 16 games for the ​Buffalo Bills, leading the team to a 7-9 record. He played a total of 16 games over the next four seasons before he found himself out of the league.

At 38 years old, ​Losman now works at Clemson as an offensive coach. During the school's Pro Day, Losman was the one throwing to wide receivers and defensive backs. Apparently he hasn't lost his touch as one NFL scout actually asked him to consider returning to the NFL despite having last played in 2011. 

That's some high praise for Losman, who, despite never impressing enough to maintain a starting gig during his playing days, apparently looks sharp enough to return to the NFL in some capacity as a backup. 

In his one season as the Bills' starter, Losman tossed 19 touchdown passes and 14 interceptions while completing 62.5 percent of his pass attempts for 3,051 yards. 

During his NFL tenure, Losman appeared in 45 games, starting 33 of those outings. He has a 10-23 record as a starter and threw 33 career touchdown passes and 34 interceptions across seven total seasons. 

He last played for the ​Miami Dolphins in 2011, making just 10 pass attempts on the season for 60 yards. It's pretty hilarious that NFL teams are that desperate for quarterback talent that they're willing to approach an unproven 38-year-old who now is an assistant coach at a college program.