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Kyle Vanden Bosch
DE #93
Height:
6-4
Weight:
278
College:
Nebraska
Experience:
9

Biography

6’4” • 278 lbs. • Born: 11.17.78 • Exp. (NFL/Titans): 9/5 • UFA (Arizona) – 2005 • Nebraska

Pro Bowls (2): 2005, 2007

PRO: Since signing as an unrestricted free agent in the spring of 2005, Titans defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch has emerged as one of the most productive defensive ends in the NFL and has earned two Pro Bowl invitations. After spending his first four NFL seasons with the Arizona Cardinals (2001-04), he was signed by the Titans with little fanfare. Two of his seasons in Arizona were cut short due to anterior cruciate ligament injuries – one on each knee – and the Titans were one of only a handful of teams that sought the former second-round draft choice. The investment continues to pay significant dividends as Vanden Bosch has become one of the Titans leaders in the locker room. A hard worker who shows relentless effort on the field, Vanden Bosch has a team-high 35.5 sacks since joining the team and has led the team’s defensive linemen in tackles in three of his four seasons. The Iowa native battled through an injury-plagued campaign in 2008, missing six games with a groin injury. He still finished fourth on the team with 18 quarterback pressures and amassed 4.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in 10 games. In 2007, he was named as a starter at defensive end in his second career Pro Bowl after leading the team and finishing sixth in the AFC with 12 sacks. The former Nebraska standout also finished second on the team with 115 tackles and was named a captain for the season by his teammates. In 2006, he led the team for a second consecutive year with 6.5 sacks and set a career high with 118 tackles. He added a career-high 30 quarterback pressures, four tackles for loss and one forced fumble. His 118 tackles made up the fourth-highest total by a Titans defensive lineman since 1980 (27 seasons), and his 30 quarterback pressures were the most by a Titans player since Kevin Carter recorded 33 in 2002. In 2005, Vanden Bosch finished second in the AFC and fourth in the NFL with 12.5 sacks and totaled 100 tackles. His sack total was the most by a member of the team since Jevon Kearse’s 14.5 in 1999, and he became the first defensive lineman for the team since 1986 (Ray Childress and Richard Byrd) to post 100 tackles in a season. He was named to his first career Pro Bowl following the season. His 2001 rookie season in Arizona was cut short due to reconstructive surgery on his right ACL, which kept him out of the final 13 contests after he started the first three games. He returned in his second year to start all 16 games and lead the Cardinals with four sacks, nine hurries and eight tackles for loss. Then in 2003, he suffered an injury to his left ACL during the preseason and missed all 16 games. In 2004, he played in all 16 games with one start and totaled 15 tackles. He was originally selected by Arizona in the second round (34th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.

2009 (16/16/0/0): Finished third on the team with 20 quarterback pressures … Posted 86 tackles, three sacks, two forced fumbles and a pass defensed … Ranks ninth in franchise history with 37.5 sacks … Tied for the team lead in tackles once in 2009 (vs. JAX) … Led or tied for the team lead in sacks twice in 2009 (vs. JAX, vs. ARI) … Led or tied for the team lead in quarterback pressures four times in 2009 (at PIT, vs. IND, at HST, vs. SD) … Was voted a team captain for the 2009 season by his teammates.

at Pittsburgh (9/10): Started at defensive end and posted four tackles and a quarterback pressure. Houston (9/20): Started at defensive end and notched seven tackles, a quarterback pressure and a forced fumble … Ended a Texans’ drive by stopping Steve Slaton for no gain and forcing a fumble that was recovered by Houston on a third-and-four play in the fourth quarter. at N.Y. Jets (9/27): Started at defensive end and recorded six tackles, including one for loss … Stonewalled Thomas Jones for a one-yard loss on a rush off left guard in the fourth quarter. at Jacksonville (10/4): Started at defensive end and posted three tackles and two quarterback pressures. Indianapolis (10/11): Started at defensive end and posted seven tackles and a quarterback pressure. at New England (10/18): Started at defensive end and posted nine tackles. Jacksonville (11/1): Started at defensive end and tied for the team lead with seven tackles, including a sack and a quarterback pressure in the Titans’ 30-13 victory … Dropped David Garrard for a sack on third-and-five late in the second quarter. at San Francisco (11/8): Started at defensive end and recorded five tackles and two quarterback pressures in the Titans’ 34-27 victory. Buffalo (11/15): Started at defensive end and notched seven tackles and two quarterback pressures in the Titans’ 41-17 win. at Houston (11/23): Started at defensive end and posted six tackles, including a sack and two quarterback pressures in the Titans’ 20-17 Monday Night Football victory … Ended a Texans’ drive by dropping Matt Schaub for a five-yard sack on third-and-19 in the second quarter. Arizona (11/29): Started at defensive end and recorded six tackles, including a sack, a quarterback pressure and a tackle for loss in the Titans’ 20-17 come-from-behind victory … Ended a Cardinals’ drive by sacking Matt Leinart for a three-yard loss on a third-and-eight play in the third quarter. at Indianapolis (12/6): Started at defensive end and registered six tackles, including a stop for loss and a quarterback pressure … Teamed with David Thornton to stuff Joseph Addai for a one-yard loss on a rush off left guard in the second quarter. St. Louis (12/13): Started at defensive end and collected five tackles, a stop for loss, two quarterback pressures and a forced fumble in the Titans’ commanding 47-7 victory … Stuffed Steven Jackson for a two-yard loss on a rush off left tackle in the first quarter … Forced a Brandon Gibson fumble that was recovered by the Rams in the second quarter … Teamed with Dave Ball to stuff Kenneth Darby for a two-yard loss on a short pass in the fourth quarter. Miami (12/20): Started at defensive end and posted a solo tackle and a quarterback pressure in the Titans’ 27-24 overtime win. San Diego (12/25): Started at defensive end and notched four tackles and two quarterback pressures. at Seattle (1/3): Started at defensive end and registered three tackles, a quarterback pressure and a pass defensed in the Titans’ season-ending 17-13 victory … Knocked down a pass at the line of scrimmage that was intended for Deion Branch in the third quarter.

6’4” • 278 lbs. • Born: 11.17.78 • Exp. (NFL/Titans): 9/5 • UFA (Arizona) – 2005 • Nebraska

2008 GP/GS: 10/10 (Playoffs 1/1) • Career GP/GS: 93/78 (Playoffs 2/2) • Larchwood, Iowa

Pro Bowls (2): 2005, 2007

PRO: Since signing as an unrestricted free agent in the spring of 2005, Titans defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch has emerged as one of the most productive defensive ends in the NFL and has earned two Pro Bowl invitations. After spending his first four NFL seasons with the Arizona Cardinals (2001-04), he was signed by the Titans with little fanfare. Two of his seasons in Arizona were cut short due to anterior cruciate ligament injuries – one on each knee – and the Titans were one of only a handful of teams that sought the former second-round draft choice. The investment continues to pay significant dividends as Vanden Bosch has become one of the Titans leaders in the locker room. A hard worker who shows relentless effort on the field, Vanden Bosch has a team-high 35.5 sacks since joining the team and has led the team’s defensive linemen in tackles in three of his four seasons. The Iowa native battled through an injury-plagued campaign in 2008, missing six games with a groin injury. He still finished fourth on the team with 18 quarterback pressures and amassed 4.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in 10 games. In 2007, he was named as a starter at defensive end in his second career Pro Bowl after leading the team and finishing sixth in the AFC with 12 sacks. The former Nebraska standout also finished second on the team with 115 tackles and was named a captain for the season by his teammates. In 2006, he led the team for a second consecutive year with 6.5 sacks and set a career high with 118 tackles. He added a career-high 30 quarterback pressures, four tackles for loss and one forced fumble. His 118 tackles made up the fourth-highest total by a Titans defensive lineman since 1980 (27 seasons), and his 30 quarterback pressures were the most by a Titans player since Kevin Carter recorded 33 in 2002. In 2005, Vanden Bosch finished second in the AFC and fourth in the NFL with 12.5 sacks and totaled 100 tackles. His sack total was the most by a member of the team since Jevon Kearse’s 14.5 in 1999, and he became the first defensive lineman for the team since 1986 (Ray Childress and Richard Byrd) to post 100 tackles in a season. He was named to his first career Pro Bowl following the season. His 2001 rookie season in Arizona was cut short due to reconstructive surgery on his right ACL, which kept him out of the final 13 contests after he started the first three games. He returned in his second year to start all 16 games and lead the Cardinals with four sacks, nine hurries and eight tackles for loss. Then in 2003, he suffered an injury to his left ACL during the preseason and missed all 16 games. In 2004, he played in all 16 games with one start and totaled 15 tackles. He was originally selected by Arizona in the second round (34th overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft.

TITANS TIDBITS:

• In one of the most unique fundraisers ever staged, Vanden Bosch organized the "KVB Birthday Brawl," which combined the worlds of pro football and pro wrestling, as Titans players teamed up with the superstars of TNA Wrestling for a one-of-a-kind wrestling event at The Wildhorse Saloon. The November 2008 event raised more than $90,000 for the foundation and its efforts to fund the first KVB Media Center at the Andrew Jackson Boys & Girls Club in Nashville.

• In 2009, Vanden Bosch received the Sydney F. Keeble Distinguished Service award from the Boys and Girls Club for outstanding contributions to the agency. He shared the honor with teammate Casey Cramer.

• Vanden Bosch started the KVB S.A.C.K. (Supporting and Assisting Charities for Kids) Foundation in the spring of 2008. The foundation aims to give children more opportunities for success in life. For more information visit Vanden Bosch’s website, www.kvb93.com.

• His father, Doug, owns D&L Masonry, a construction company in Larchwood, Iowa, while his mother, Bonnie, is an accountant. Kyle began working for his father’s company when he was just 12 years old, hauling bricks, cement and other materials. He says he owes much of his strength and work ethic to his experience with his father’s business.

• Kyle and his older brother, Keith, played high school football together in Larchwood. Keith then went on to star at linebacker for Northwestern College in Iowa.

• Vanden Bosch has shaved his head since he was a freshman in college. The Nebraska defensive line members traditionally shave their heads at the start of camp, and Vanden Bosch decided to keep the look ever since.

• As a senior at Nebraska, Vanden Bosch was one of six NCAA Division 1-A players to garner National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete honors.

• At Nebraska, Vanden Bosch received one of the most prestigious awards in the nation for student athletes, the St. Vincent de Paul Draddy Scholar-Athlete Award, which includes a $25,000 post-graduate scholarship.

• Vanden Bosch enjoys spending time at a close friend’s property in Winner, South Dakota, one of the country’s best locales for pheasant hunting. He also is a big fisherman and spent a lot of time catching catfish at a lake near his home in Arizona during his career there.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

2008 (10/10, 1/1 – Tennessee): Started all 10 games in which he played at defensive end, collected 4.5 sacks and finished fourth on the team with 18 quarterback pressures. Was inactive for six games with a groin injury. Tied for the team lead in sacks three times in 2008 (at CIN, vs. HST, at DET) and led or tied for the team lead in quarterback pressures four times (at CIN, vs. MIN, vs. NYJ, at DET). Was voted a team captain for the 2008 season by his teammates.

• Against Jacksonville (9/7), notched five tackles, a sack, two quarterback pressures, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the Titans’ 17-10 victory on opening day. Halted a Jaguars’ drive by strip-sacking David Garrard for nine-yard loss and recovering the fumble at the Tennessee 35-yard line late in the second quarter.

• At Cincinnati (9/14), tallied six tackles, a half sack and three quarterback pressures in the 24-7 road victory. Combined with Jevon Kearse to sack Carson Palmer for a seven-yard loss in the fourth quarter.

• Against Houston (9/21), notched eight tackles, a sack, a forced fumble and two quarterback pressures in the Titans’ 31-12 victory. Burst off the ball and sacked Matt Schaub for a five-yard loss and forced a fumble that was recovered by the Texans late in the fourth quarter. Created pressure off the edge forcing Schaub to throw the ball that was intercepted by Cortland Finnegan and returned 99 yards for a score late in fourth quarter.

• Against Minnesota (9/28), collected five tackles, a half sack, a forced fumble and a team-best five quarterback pressures in the Titans’ 30-17 victory. Forced an Adrian Peterson fumble that was recovered by Tony Brown at the Minnesota 15-yard line in the second quarter. Teamed with Brown to drop Tarvaris Jackson for a six-yard sack late in the fourth quarter.

• Against N.Y. Jets (11/23), returned to the starting lineup at defensive end and tallied seven tackles, a half sack and two quarterback pressures. Teamed with Albert Haynesworth to sack Brett Favre for a seven-yard loss on third-and-five in the first quarter.

• At Detroit (11/27), collected five tackles, a sack, a fumble recovery and two quarterback pressures in the Titans’ commanding 47-10 victory over the Lions on Thanksgiving. Recovered a Shaun McDonald fumble at the Detroit 31-yard line that was forced by Michael Griffin in the first quarter. Sacked Daunte Culpepper at the Lions’ 33-yard line in the first quarter.

2007 (16/16, 1/1 – Tennessee): Started all 16 games at defensive end for the third consecutive season and was named as a starter for the Pro Bowl. Led the team and finished sixth in the AFC with 12 sacks. Finished second on the team with 115 tackles and 24 quarterback pressures. Tied for the team lead with four forced fumbles. Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after registering 12 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble against N.Y. Jets (12/23). Led or tied for the team lead in tackles five times in 2007 (vs. IND, vs. ATL, vs. JAX, vs. SD, vs. NYJ). Led or tied for the team lead in sacks six times in 2007 (vs. IND, vs. ATL, at HST, at CIN, vs. SD, vs. NYJ). Led or tied for the team lead in quarterback pressures five times in 2007 (at NO, vs. JAX, vs. HST, at KC, vs. NYJ). Voted a team captain for the 2007 season by his teammates.

• Against Atlanta (10/7), led the team with nine tackles in the Titans’ 20-13 win. Collected a sack, two tackles for loss and a quarterback pressure in the victory. Sealed the victory by sacking Byron Leftwich for an eight-yard loss on a fourth-and-goal play late in the fourth quarter.

• Against Oakland (10/28), finished with eight tackles, a sack, a quarterback pressure, a forced fumble and a tackle for loss in the Titans’ 13-9 win. Dropped Daunte Culpepper for a five-yard sack, forcing a fumble that was recovered by the Raiders in the first quarter.

• Against San Diego (12/9), led the team with 11 tackles, while tallying three sacks, two quarterback pressures and a tackle for loss. Created pressure forcing Philip Rivers to throw an interception to Michael Griffin in the first quarter. Sacked Rivers for an eight-yard loss in the third quarter. Dropped Rivers for a 10-yard sack in the fourth quarter. Two plays later, ended a Chargers’ drive by sacking Rivers for a nine-yard loss on third-and-20.

• Against N.Y. Jets (12/23), named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after leading the team and matching a career high with 12 tackles, three sacks and a forced fumble in the Titans’ 10-6 win. It marked his second three-sack effort of the season and third of his career. Came off the edge and strip-sacked Pennington for a three-yard loss but the loose ball was recovered by the Jets in the fourth quarter.

• In AFC Wild Card Game at San Diego (1/6), saw action in his first career postseason game and posted six tackles and two quarterback pressures.

2006 (16/16 – Tennessee): Started all 16 games at left defensive end. Season totals included 6.5 sacks, 118 tackles, 30 quarterback pressures, four tackles for loss and one forced fumble. Set career high in tackles and led team in sacks for second consecutive year. Led team’s defensive linemen in tackles for second consecutive season. His 118 tackles ranked fourth-highest by Titans defensive lineman since 1980 (27 seasons). Set career high with 30 quarterback pressures, most by Titans player since Kevin Carter’s 33 in 2002.

• Against N.Y. Jets (9/10), recorded 10 tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss and two quarterback pressures.

• At Miami (9/24), registered six tackles, two pressures and one sack against Daunte Culpepper.

• Against Houston (10/29), posted nine tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble and three quarterback pressures. Recorded sack and forced fumble against David Carr with under 20 seconds remaining in first half. Fumble was returned 40 yards for touchdown by Tony Brown. It was third sack and forced fumble of Vanden Bosch’s career that was returned for touchdown.

• At Jacksonville (11/5), set career high and led team with 12 tackles, including one tackle for loss.

• Against Jacksonville (12/17), recorded seven tackles, three quarterback pressures and team-high 1.5 sacks. Shared sack of David Garrard with Randy Starks and added solo sack. Reached 100 tackles for second consecutive season.

• Against New England (12/31), recorded 10 tackles, one sack, and one quarterback pressure. Sacked Matt Cassel for six-yard loss in fourth quarter.

2005 (16/16 – Tennessee): In his first season in Tennessee, started all 16 games and was rewarded with his first career trip to Pro Bowl after finishing second in AFC and fourth in NFL with 12.5 sacks. Recorded 100 total tackles, which ranked second on squad and made him first defensive lineman on team since 1986 (Ray Childress and Richard Byrd) to post 100 tackles in single season. Sack total was highest by member of team since Jevon Kearse’s 14.5 in 1999.

• Against Baltimore (9/18), led team with career-high three sacks, all against Anthony Wright. Also recovered one fumble.

• At St. Louis (9/25), led team with two sacks. Forced Marc Bulger fumble, which was recovered by fellow Titans defensive end Antwan Odom and returned 25 yards for touchdown. Became second member of team since start of 1999 to post five sacks over two-game stretch, joining Jevon Kearse’s effort in 2001 (three vs. Jacksonville, 11/4; two vs. Baltimore, 11/12).

• At Houston (10/9), posted eight tackles and one sack of David Carr.

• At Arizona (10/23), recorded seven tackles, one sack of Josh McCown, one quarterback pressure and two tackles for loss in return to location where he spent first four years of career.

• Against Jacksonville (11/20), tied season high with nine tackles and added one sack, one forced fumble, three quarterback pressures and two tackles for loss. Sacked Byron Leftwich and stripped ball, which was recovered by Antwan Odom for 27-yard touchdown return.

• Against San Francisco (11/27), recorded eight tackles, including game-high two sacks of quarterback Ken Dorsey. On fourth quarter sack, forced Dorsey fumble that was recovered by Andre Woolfolk. It was second consecutive game and third of season in which he forced fumble on sack that was recovered by Titans.

• Against Houston (12/11), posted seven tackles and tied for the team lead with two sacks of David Carr.

• At Miami (12/24), recorded five tackles, two quarterback pressures, one tackle for loss and one forced fumble. Created turnover in first quarter, stripping ball from Gus Frerotte.

• In first career Pro Bowl (2/12), recorded game-high two sacks.

2004 (16/1 – Arizona): Saw action in every game for Cardinals, including one start (12/26 at Seattle), and totaled 15 tackles.

• Recorded two tackles in season opener at St. Louis (9/12) in first game since undergoing knee surgery in August 2003.

2003 (0/0 – Arizona): Suffered torn ACL in left knee during preseason game at San Diego (8/16) and was placed on injured reserve on Aug. 26, the same date he underwent reconstructive surgery.

2002 (16/16 – Arizona): Returned from reconstructive knee surgery to lead Arizona with four quarterback sacks, nine hurries and eight tackles for loss in 16 starts. Also totaled 66 tackles and one fumble recovery.

• At Seattle (9/15), totaled four tackles, two tackles for loss and helped smother aborted Seahawk field goal attempt at Cardinals’ nine-yard line in 24-13 win.

• Against San Diego (9/22), totaled four tackles, one hurry and seven-yard sack of Drew Brees during opening series.

• Against Giants (9/29), totaled two tackles, including third quarter sack of Kerry Collins.

• At Carolina (10/6), tallied nine tackles, including sack and tackle for loss, as Cardinals defensive line helped limit NFC’s leading rusher, Lamar Smith, to just 49 rushing yards on 18 carries.

• At Philadelphia (11/17), registered season-best 10 tackles and set up team’s first touchdown with recovery of Donovan McNabb fumble near midfield.

• At St. Louis (12/15), contributed five tackles, one tackle for loss and one sack, an 11-yard takedown of Marc Bulger.

2001 (3/3 – Arizona): Finished injury-abbreviated rookie season with 12 tackles, one quarterback sack, one hurry, one pass defensed and one fumble return for touchdown. Started first three games, inactive for next two, then spent final 11 weeks on injured reserve.

• Against Denver (9/23), started first game of NFL career at right defensive end in season opener and totaled four tackles, one pass defensed and one quarterback hurry.

• Against Atlanta (9/30), led defensive line with eight tackles and also recorded first sack of NFL career, taking down Chris Chandler for nine-yard loss on third-and-12 play in second quarter.

• In win at Philadelphia (10/7), scooped up Donovan McNabb fumble on second play from scrimmage, taking ball nine yards into end zone to provide 7-0 lead and first NFL touchdown. Suffered left ankle sprain on next series and was forced out of game after just seven plays.

• Missed contest at Chicago (10/14) due to ankle sprain.

• After returning to workouts Oct. 17, suffered season-ending injury in practice when teammate Barron Tanner rolled into his knee.

• Underwent reconstructive right-knee surgery Oct. 23 to repair torn medial collateral ligament and partially-torn anterior cruciate ligament. Subsequently placed on injured reserve Oct. 25.

COLLEGE:

• Started final 23 games at Nebraska, closing career with 142 total tackles, 13 sacks for 112 yards, 34 tackles for loss and 46 quarterback pressures.

• As senior, was All-Big 12 Conference first-team pick by The Sporting News, adding second-team honors from Associated Press. Added Academic All-Big 12 accolades for the third consecutive year.

• Twice earned Verizon/CoSIDA academic All-America, continuing school’s 14-year streak of having at least one player earn the honor.

• Set Nebraska single-season record with three blocked kicks—two field-goal attempts and one point-after-touchdown try as sophomore.

• Three-time Nebraska Lifter of the Year (1998–2000) added 40 pounds to frame after arriving on Lincoln campus as freshman.

• Graduated with 3.82 grade-point average and bachelor’s degree in finance in December 2000.

PERSONAL:

• Married to Lindsey, couple resides in Nashville with daughter, Payten (4), and twin sons, Bastian and Case (2).

• Earned All-America honors at West Lyon (Larchwood, Iowa) Community High School. Also named USA Today/Gatorade Player of the Year for Iowa and Midwest Region.

• Started three years at fullback and four at outside linebacker at West Lyon. As senior, rushed 136 times for 812 yards and 18 touchdowns while recording 83 tackles, 14 sacks, and one interception. Set school’s scoring record with 264 career points.

• Earned 4.0 grade-point average and was two-time National Honor Society member as well as Academic All-Iowa honoree.

• Each of the past two offseasons, Vanden Bosch has kickstarted Titans Caravan, visiting fans and students in Waverly, Camden, Paris, Martin, Christiana, Cookeville, Crossville, Harriman and Knoxville.

• List of favorites: (movie) “Scarface”; (TV show) “World Poker Tour”; (actor) Al Pacino; (music group) Rascal Flatts; (school subject) math; (team other than the Titans) Minnesota Twins; (car) Chevy Avalanche; (video game) Big Game Hunting; (vacation getaway) his cabin in Town Creek, Ala.; and (food) cheeseburgers.

• Born Kyle Dale Vanden Bosch on Nov. 17, 1978 in Larchwood, Iowa.

Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 152 464 332 132 58 1 7 0 0 0 -- 0
2012 DET 16 36 28 8 3.5 1 1 -- -- -- -- --
2011 DET 16 35 26 9 8 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2010 DET 11 49 33 16 4 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2009 TEN 16 44 32 12 3 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2008 TEN 10 24 12 12 4.5 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2007 TEN 16 60 48 12 12 -- 3 -- -- -- -- --
2006 TEN 16 75 54 21 6.5 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2005 TEN 16 65 40 25 12.5 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2004 ARI 16 13 11 2 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2003 ARI 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 ARI 16 50 37 13 3.5 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2001 ARI 3 13 11 2 0.5 0 1 -- -- -- -- --
Kick Return
YearTeamGRetYdsAvgLngTD20+40+FCFUM
TOTAL 152 1 7 7 7 0 0 0 0 0
2012 DET 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 DET 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 DET 11 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 TEN 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 TEN 10 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 TEN 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 TEN 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2005 TEN 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2004 ARI 16 1 7 7 7 0 0 0 0 0
2003 ARI 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 ARI 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 ARI 3 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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