Bernard Kosar Jr. (The King Of Cleveland) is a former professional quarterback. Kosar played collegiately at the University of Miami, where he led the team to a National Championship in 1983. In 1984, he set Hurricane season records with 3,642 yards and 25 touchdowns, was a second-team All-American and finished fourth in Heisman Trophy voting.
On July 3, 1985, the Browns selected Kosar and signed him to a five-year contract. Kosar's most productive year statistically was 1987. In the strike-shortened season, he completed 62 percent of his passes for 3,033 yards and 22 touchdowns and led the AFC in quarterback rating. In an AFC championship rematch against Elway's Denver Broncos, Kosar threw for 356 yards and three touchdowns in a 38–33 loss. Kosar set a record for consecutive playoff games with at least three touchdown passes (3 games) having thrown three scores against both Indianapolis and Denver in 1987, and three against Buffalo in 1989. In 1990 and 1991, Kosar set a league record by throwing 308 consecutive passes without an interception, which stood for almost two decades. Kosar then finished his career with the Dallas Cowboys, winning Super Bowl XXVIII, beating the Buffalo Bills, on January 30, 1994.
On October 17, 2009, Kosar was hired as a consultant for the Cleveland Browns. He has teamed with Ohio grocery chain Heinen's for a motivational/wellness seminar series based on his autobiography Learning to Scramble, which he published in 2017.