Quarterback, Ron Jaworski, started his career with the Kansas City Chiefs, who drafted him in 1973. Other teams he played with during his career are the Miami Dolphins, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Los Angeles Rams.
As of the 2008 season, for a career it is Ron Jaworski with 175 passing TDs. For a season, it is Sonny Jurgensen with 32 passing TDs in 1961. Donovan McNabb has 171 career passing TDs and, barring disaster, should overtake Jaworski in the 2008 season.
In the spring of 1977 the Philadelphia Eagles traded away their former all-pro tight end, Charlie Young to the Los Angeles Rams for Ron Jaworski. Since both players had completed their contracts, the trade was technically illegal but no one objected to the trade and it went through.
Randall Cunningham joined the Eagles in 1985 but did not become #1 until Ron Jaworski was injured in Week 10 of the 1986 season. He became the full time starter in 1987 when Jaworski signed with the Miami Dolphins.