Tommy Hodson was selected 59th overall in the 1990 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots out of LSU where he had set all kinds of records and led the team to two SEC Championships.
He also became the first quarterback in SEC history to surpass 8,000 career passing yards, and the first to surpass 60 career passing touchdowns. Hodson passed for over 2,000 yards during each of his four seasons at LSU, becoming the 3rd player in NCAA history to achieve that feat.
He finally started for the Patriots the last 6 games of his rookie season where he passed for 968 yards, but after that something happened that relegated him to a back-up role with the Miami Dolphins, the Dallas Cowboys, and the New Orleans Saints from 1991 - 1996 where he scarcely took a snap.
Tommy signed this card sent through the mail to his home sometime around 2005.