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Vince Young
QB #10
Height:
6-5
Weight:
232
College:
Texas
Experience:
5

Biography

PRO: Vince Young possesses the skills to make him one of the NFL’s most dynamic offensive weapons.  The 6-foot-5, 232-pound signal caller combines natural athleticism with pocket presence and a strong throwing arm.  The two-time Pro Bowler enters the 2010 season as the starter with hopes of leading the team to the playoffs for the third time in his five seasons.
 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• In his first four NFL seasons (2006-09), amassed a 26-13 regular season record as a starter. His .667 winning percentage qualified as the best regular season winning percentage in franchise history and the fourth best among quarterbacks drafted between 2000-2009 (Brady, Rivers and Roethlisberger).
• Has engineered 11 career game-winning performances, leading his team to victory after a fourth-quarter deficit or tie, including six times in 2009.
• Started the final 10 games of the 2009 season, leading the team to an 8-2 finish after the club began the campaign 0-6.  Named to the Pro Bowl after completing 152 of 259 passes for 1,879 yards with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions for a career-high 82.8 passer rating. 
• In 2007, directed the team to Wild Card playoff berth, becoming 11th quarterback drafted in first round since 1983 to lead his team to playoffs within his first two seasons.
• In 2006, was named Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers of America Offensive Rookie of the Year, Sports Illustrated Rookie of the Year, Sporting News Rookie of the Year and Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year (fan voting) after setting every rookie passing record for the franchise, completing 184 of 357 passes for 2,199 yards and 12 touchdowns.
• Additionally gained 552 yards on 83 rushing attempts (6.7 avg.) in 2006, becoming first quarterback in Super Bowl era (1966-present) to rush for 500 yards as rookie.  Tied for team high with seven rushing touchdowns, also first for a rookie quarterback in Super Bowl era.  

TITANS TIDBITS: 
• Young’s personnal website is www.10vinceyoung.com.
• Years before he was selected by the Titans with the third overall pick in the draft, Young formed a bond with one of the franchise’s all-time greatest players, quarterback Steve McNair.  McNair, 10 years older than Young and the No. 3 overall pick in the 1995 draft, served as a mentor to him since his sophomore year in high school.  That is when Vince’s uncle, Ivory Young, who became McNair’s close friend in college, urged his nephew to attend the Steve McNair Football Camp.  Because the mentor and apprentice shared similar upbringings, including special athletic gifts, lofty expectations and a lack of a steady father figure in each of their lives, a special kinship was born. McNair was heavily involved in Vince’s life, and Vince often referred to the late quarterback as “Pops.”
• In 1988, when Young was six years old, he was involved in an accident that nearly cost him his future.  He was riding his bike near his Houston home when he was hit by a van.  The accident caused serious intestinal injuries that Young battled for a year, and he still has a light scar running down his abdomen as a reminder of the incident.  After he began his recovery in a hospital, a Houston television station produced a news segment featuring Young as a way to increase bicycle safety awareness.
• Young has always chosen jersey No. 10 because his mother, Felicia, has a June 10 birthdate. 
• Young claims he received his sense of style, among other qualities, from growing up with his mother, grandmothers and two sisters, who not only helped raise him but were also quick to provide fashion tips.
• Among a diverse range of off-the-field interests, Young has his own meat company, Vince Young Foods (www.vinceyoungfoods.com), and also owns his own record label, Next Level Records (www.nextlevelrecordsinc.com).
• Young was chosen as the cover player for the video game Madden NFL 08, following Pro Bowl players from previous years such as Shaun Alexander, Donovan McNabb, Ray Lewis, Michael Vick, Marshall Faulk, Daunte Culpepper and former Titans running back Eddie George.
• With his mother, Felicia, Young established The Vincent Young Foundation (www.thevincentyoungfoundation.org) in 2006.  The organization “is dedicated to improving the quality of life of underprivileged children with a special focus on promoting academic and athletic excellence.”  Through his foundation, Young has hosted a wide range of events in Tennessee, Houston and Austin and has also made numerous monetary contributions to several non-profits.  His efforts include: an annual Community Unity Weekend that includes football and cheerleader camps, a celebrity basketball game and a charity gala; Christmas shopping sprees for Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee members and families; the V YOUNG mentoring program; and a charity golf scramble with LP Building Products.
• Through his foundation, Young stepped up to help victims of the May 2010 flood in Nashville.  He started a giving campaign that offered fans who made a $100 donation a personally-autographed Pro Bowl photo and a “Reebuild” T-shirt from Reebok.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
• The Houston, Texas, native was selected by the Titans in the first round (third overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft. 

COLLEGE:
• During three-year playing career at Texas, his record as starter was 30-2, giving him .938 winning percentage that ranked sixth in NCAA history.  Helped Longhorns to 20-game winning streak from 2004 to Young’s final college appearance in Rose Bowl, which capped 13-0 season. 
• Completed 61.8 percent of his passes (444 of 718) for 6,040 yards (fifth in school history) and 44 touchdowns (fourth in school history).  Rushed for 3,127 yards and 37 touchdowns to set school records for quarterbacks.  His 9,167 yards of total offense and 81 combined touchdowns in three seasons set Texas records, while his combined yardage was third-best in Big 12 history. 
• Led six fourth-quarter comebacks during college career, including two signature comebacks as junior — a win at then-No. 4 Ohio State and Rose Bowl victory against top-ranked Southern California. 
• As junior, won Maxwell Award (nation’s top player), Davey O’Brien Award (nation’s top quarterback), Cingular/ABC Sports Player of the Year, Manning Award, consensus first-team All-America honors and Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year in unanimous vote while leading Longhorns to 13-0 season and BCS National Championship.  Also finished as runner-up behind USC tailback Reggie Bush for Heisman Trophy.  Earned spot on 11-member American Football Coaches Association Good Works team due to charitable work and community service efforts.  Started all 13 games, completing 212 of 325 passes (65.2%) for 3,036 yards (third on team’s all-time single-season list) and 26 passing touchdowns (tied for first on team’s single-season list).  Finished season third in country with 164.0 passer efficiency rating.  Also rushed for 1,050 yards and 12 touchdowns.   With 4,086 yards of total offense, became school’s single-season leader in total offense, bettering Major Applewhite’s 1999 total of 3,211 yards.
• In BCS National Championship Game victory against Southern California (1/4/06), became fourth two-time Rose Bowl Offensive MVP after connecting on 30 of 40 passes for 267 yards with no interceptions and rushing for 200 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries (10.5 avg.).  Scored two rushing touchdowns in final 4:03, including game-winning eight-yard run on fourth down with 19 seconds left.
• As sophomore, earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors from Big 12 coaches and Associated Press and second-team All-Big 12 by Dallas Morning News.  Started all 12 games and completed 148 of 250 passes for 1,849 yards and 12 touchdown passes while compiling 1,079 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on 167 rushing attempts.  Rushing yardage total led all NCAA quarterbacks.  Became first player in school history to pass and rush for more than 1,000 yards and first school quarterback to rush for 100+ yards in four games during season. 
• Named MVP of Rose Bowl victory over No. 13 Michigan (1/1/05) after completing 16 of 28 passes for 180 yards and one touchdown and rushing for then-Texas single-game quarterback record 192 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries.  Scored on runs of 60, 23, 20 and 10 yards to tie own school record for rushing touchdowns in game by quarterback.  Led Longhorns back from 10-point deficit in fourth quarter, including game-winning 47-yard drive during which he rushed for 34 yards.
• As redshirt freshman, played in 12 games, going 6-1 as starter.  Named Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year by conference coaches and Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by Associated Press.   Earned Big 12 Freshman of the Year honors from Austin American-Statesman, Dallas Morning News, San Antonio Express-News (offensive) and Fort Worth Star-Telegram (offensive).  Completed 84 of 143 passes for 1,155 yards and six touchdowns.  Also ran 135 times for 998 yards and 11 touchdowns (second in team annals for freshman rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns).  Became first quarterback in school history to rush and pass for 900 yards in same season.
• Played first five games as backup quarterback before moving into starting role in team’s seventh contest (10/18 at Iowa State). 
• Ranked third all-time among Texas freshmen with 2,153 yards of total offense and ranked second for school among non-kicking freshmen with 68 points.
• Redshirted in 2002.
• Majored in youth and community studies.

PERSONAL: 
• Has girlfriend, Candice Johnson, and splits time between Nashville and Houston, Texas.
• Three-year starter at quarterback at Madison (Houston, Texas) High School totaled 7,624 yards from scrimmage during prep career.  Named National Player of the Year by Parade and Student Sports as senior and named 2001 Texas 5A Offensive Player of the Year.  Accounted for 3,819 yards and 59 touchdowns as senior.  Senior passing totals included 2,545 yards, 35 touchdowns and four interceptions on 131 of 224 completions.  Named District Offensive Player of the Year as junior.
• Also averaged more than 20 points per game as four-year letterwinner and two-time All-District star of basketball team.  Won two District Championships in 400-meter relay on track team and also played two years of baseball as pitcher and outfielder. 
• Participated as volunteer in LEAP (Learn, Enjoy and Play) program in 2005, serving as a mentor for middle school students.  Also volunteered time with children at Austin YMCA, and spoke at several youth events and football banquets in Austin.
• At Texas, served an internship working with students at CD Fulkes Elementary School in Round Rock, Texas.
• Partnered with Dell Corporation in rookie season to lend support to the computer maker’s Middle Tennessee TechKnow program, an after-school curriculum that provides underserved middle-school students access to technology and 21st-century skills.  Following completion of the program, many TechKnow students receive refurbished Dell computer.
• Texas Senate passed resolution on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007 to declare the day “Vince Young Day” throughout state.
• Has traveled back to his high school to speak to students, present a check to the school and donate equipment to the school’s athletic department. He also announced the creation of two annual $2,500 scholarships for Madison students.
• Named 2006 Sports Person of the Year at Nashville Sports Council’s O’Charley’s Dinner of Champions.  
• Visited Stewarts Creek (Tenn.) Middle School in December 2007 as part of the “NFL Take a Player to School” program. 
• Named a 2007 “Titans Community All-Star.” 
• Hosts three annual football camps, helping youth in Nashville, Houston and Austin. Also holds cheerleading and dance camps for girls in conjunction with football camps. 
• Hobbies include fishing, golfing and sleep. 
• List of favorites: (movies) “American Gangster,” “Gladiator,” and “Cinderella Man”; (TV shows) “Malcolm & Eddie,” “Smart Guy” and “South Park”; (actors) Martin Lawrence, Clint Eastwood and Will Smith; (actresses) Queen Latifah, Angelina Jolie, Regina King and Sanaa Lathan; (musicians) Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, Yolanda Adams, Mary J. Blige, Beyoncé and Keyshia Cole; (school subject) science; (vacation getaways) Rio de Janeiro, Cabo San Lucas, Paris and Spain; (video games) Madden NFL Football, NBA 2K, Red Dead Redemption and Call of Duty; and (restaurants) Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Landry’s Seafood House, Mama’s Oven (Houston), Swett’s (Nashville), McCormick & Schmick’s and TGI Friday’s.
• Born Vincent Paul Young Jr. on May 18, 1983 in Houston, Texas.

PRO: Vince Young possesses the skills to make him one of the NFL’s most dynamic offensive weapons.  The 6-foot-5, 232-pound signal caller combines natural athleticism with pocket presence and a strong throwing arm.  The two-time Pro Bowler enters the 2010 season as the starter with hopes of leading the team to the playoffs for the third time in his five seasons.
 
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• In his first four NFL seasons (2006-09), amassed a 26-13 regular season record as a starter. His .667 winning percentage qualified as the best regular season winning percentage in franchise history and the fourth best among quarterbacks drafted between 2000-2009 (Brady, Rivers and Roethlisberger).
• Has engineered 11 career game-winning performances, leading his team to victory after a fourth-quarter deficit or tie, including six times in 2009.
• Started the final 10 games of the 2009 season, leading the team to an 8-2 finish after the club began the campaign 0-6.  Named to the Pro Bowl after completing 152 of 259 passes for 1,879 yards with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions for a career-high 82.8 passer rating. 
• In 2007, directed the team to Wild Card playoff berth, becoming 11th quarterback drafted in first round since 1983 to lead his team to playoffs within his first two seasons.
• In 2006, was named Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers of America Offensive Rookie of the Year, Sports Illustrated Rookie of the Year, Sporting News Rookie of the Year and Diet Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Year (fan voting) after setting every rookie passing record for the franchise, completing 184 of 357 passes for 2,199 yards and 12 touchdowns.
• Additionally gained 552 yards on 83 rushing attempts (6.7 avg.) in 2006, becoming first quarterback in Super Bowl era (1966-present) to rush for 500 yards as rookie.  Tied for team high with seven rushing touchdowns, also first for a rookie quarterback in Super Bowl era.  

TITANS TIDBITS: 
• Young’s personnal website is www.10vinceyoung.com.
• Years before he was selected by the Titans with the third overall pick in the draft, Young formed a bond with one of the franchise’s all-time greatest players, quarterback Steve McNair.  McNair, 10 years older than Young and the No. 3 overall pick in the 1995 draft, served as a mentor to him since his sophomore year in high school.  That is when Vince’s uncle, Ivory Young, who became McNair’s close friend in college, urged his nephew to attend the Steve McNair Football Camp.  Because the mentor and apprentice shared similar upbringings, including special athletic gifts, lofty expectations and a lack of a steady father figure in each of their lives, a special kinship was born. McNair was heavily involved in Vince’s life, and Vince often referred to the late quarterback as “Pops.”
• In 1988, when Young was six years old, he was involved in an accident that nearly cost him his future.  He was riding his bike near his Houston home when he was hit by a van.  The accident caused serious intestinal injuries that Young battled for a year, and he still has a light scar running down his abdomen as a reminder of the incident.  After he began his recovery in a hospital, a Houston television station produced a news segment featuring Young as a way to increase bicycle safety awareness.
• Young has always chosen jersey No. 10 because his mother, Felicia, has a June 10 birthdate. 
• Young claims he received his sense of style, among other qualities, from growing up with his mother, grandmothers and two sisters, who not only helped raise him but were also quick to provide fashion tips.
• Among a diverse range of off-the-field interests, Young has his own meat company, Vince Young Foods (www.vinceyoungfoods.com), and also owns his own record label, Next Level Records (www.nextlevelrecordsinc.com).
• Young was chosen as the cover player for the video game Madden NFL 08, following Pro Bowl players from previous years such as Shaun Alexander, Donovan McNabb, Ray Lewis, Michael Vick, Marshall Faulk, Daunte Culpepper and former Titans running back Eddie George.
• With his mother, Felicia, Young established The Vincent Young Foundation (www.thevincentyoungfoundation.org) in 2006.  The organization “is dedicated to improving the quality of life of underprivileged children with a special focus on promoting academic and athletic excellence.”  Through his foundation, Young has hosted a wide range of events in Tennessee, Houston and Austin and has also made numerous monetary contributions to several non-profits.  His efforts include: an annual Community Unity Weekend that includes football and cheerleader camps, a celebrity basketball game and a charity gala; Christmas shopping sprees for Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee members and families; the V YOUNG mentoring program; and a charity golf scramble with LP Building Products.
• Through his foundation, Young stepped up to help victims of the May 2010 flood in Nashville.  He started a giving campaign that offered fans who made a $100 donation a personally-autographed Pro Bowl photo and a “Reebuild” T-shirt from Reebok.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS:
• The Houston, Texas, native was selected by the Titans in the first round (third overall) of the 2006 NFL Draft. 

COLLEGE:
• During three-year playing career at Texas, his record as starter was 30-2, giving him .938 winning percentage that ranked sixth in NCAA history.  Helped Longhorns to 20-game winning streak from 2004 to Young’s final college appearance in Rose Bowl, which capped 13-0 season. 
• Completed 61.8 percent of his passes (444 of 718) for 6,040 yards (fifth in school history) and 44 touchdowns (fourth in school history).  Rushed for 3,127 yards and 37 touchdowns to set school records for quarterbacks.  His 9,167 yards of total offense and 81 combined touchdowns in three seasons set Texas records, while his combined yardage was third-best in Big 12 history. 
• Led six fourth-quarter comebacks during college career, including two signature comebacks as junior — a win at then-No. 4 Ohio State and Rose Bowl victory against top-ranked Southern California. 
• As junior, won Maxwell Award (nation’s top player), Davey O’Brien Award (nation’s top quarterback), Cingular/ABC Sports Player of the Year, Manning Award, consensus first-team All-America honors and Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year in unanimous vote while leading Longhorns to 13-0 season and BCS National Championship.  Also finished as runner-up behind USC tailback Reggie Bush for Heisman Trophy.  Earned spot on 11-member American Football Coaches Association Good Works team due to charitable work and community service efforts.  Started all 13 games, completing 212 of 325 passes (65.2%) for 3,036 yards (third on team’s all-time single-season list) and 26 passing touchdowns (tied for first on team’s single-season list).  Finished season third in country with 164.0 passer efficiency rating.  Also rushed for 1,050 yards and 12 touchdowns.   With 4,086 yards of total offense, became school’s single-season leader in total offense, bettering Major Applewhite’s 1999 total of 3,211 yards.
• In BCS National Championship Game victory against Southern California (1/4/06), became fourth two-time Rose Bowl Offensive MVP after connecting on 30 of 40 passes for 267 yards with no interceptions and rushing for 200 yards and three touchdowns on 19 carries (10.5 avg.).  Scored two rushing touchdowns in final 4:03, including game-winning eight-yard run on fourth down with 19 seconds left.
• As sophomore, earned honorable mention All-Big 12 honors from Big 12 coaches and Associated Press and second-team All-Big 12 by Dallas Morning News.  Started all 12 games and completed 148 of 250 passes for 1,849 yards and 12 touchdown passes while compiling 1,079 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on 167 rushing attempts.  Rushing yardage total led all NCAA quarterbacks.  Became first player in school history to pass and rush for more than 1,000 yards and first school quarterback to rush for 100+ yards in four games during season. 
• Named MVP of Rose Bowl victory over No. 13 Michigan (1/1/05) after completing 16 of 28 passes for 180 yards and one touchdown and rushing for then-Texas single-game quarterback record 192 yards and four touchdowns on 21 carries.  Scored on runs of 60, 23, 20 and 10 yards to tie own school record for rushing touchdowns in game by quarterback.  Led Longhorns back from 10-point deficit in fourth quarter, including game-winning 47-yard drive during which he rushed for 34 yards.
• As redshirt freshman, played in 12 games, going 6-1 as starter.  Named Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year by conference coaches and Big 12 Newcomer of the Year and Honorable Mention All-Big 12 by Associated Press.   Earned Big 12 Freshman of the Year honors from Austin American-Statesman, Dallas Morning News, San Antonio Express-News (offensive) and Fort Worth Star-Telegram (offensive).  Completed 84 of 143 passes for 1,155 yards and six touchdowns.  Also ran 135 times for 998 yards and 11 touchdowns (second in team annals for freshman rushing touchdowns and total touchdowns).  Became first quarterback in school history to rush and pass for 900 yards in same season.
• Played first five games as backup quarterback before moving into starting role in team’s seventh contest (10/18 at Iowa State). 
• Ranked third all-time among Texas freshmen with 2,153 yards of total offense and ranked second for school among non-kicking freshmen with 68 points.
• Redshirted in 2002.
• Majored in youth and community studies.

PERSONAL: 
• Has girlfriend, Candice Johnson, and splits time between Nashville and Houston, Texas.
• Three-year starter at quarterback at Madison (Houston, Texas) High School totaled 7,624 yards from scrimmage during prep career.  Named National Player of the Year by Parade and Student Sports as senior and named 2001 Texas 5A Offensive Player of the Year.  Accounted for 3,819 yards and 59 touchdowns as senior.  Senior passing totals included 2,545 yards, 35 touchdowns and four interceptions on 131 of 224 completions.  Named District Offensive Player of the Year as junior.
• Also averaged more than 20 points per game as four-year letterwinner and two-time All-District star of basketball team.  Won two District Championships in 400-meter relay on track team and also played two years of baseball as pitcher and outfielder. 
• Participated as volunteer in LEAP (Learn, Enjoy and Play) program in 2005, serving as a mentor for middle school students.  Also volunteered time with children at Austin YMCA, and spoke at several youth events and football banquets in Austin.
• At Texas, served an internship working with students at CD Fulkes Elementary School in Round Rock, Texas.
• Partnered with Dell Corporation in rookie season to lend support to the computer maker’s Middle Tennessee TechKnow program, an after-school curriculum that provides underserved middle-school students access to technology and 21st-century skills.  Following completion of the program, many TechKnow students receive refurbished Dell computer.
• Texas Senate passed resolution on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2007 to declare the day “Vince Young Day” throughout state.
• Has traveled back to his high school to speak to students, present a check to the school and donate equipment to the school’s athletic department. He also announced the creation of two annual $2,500 scholarships for Madison students.
• Named 2006 Sports Person of the Year at Nashville Sports Council’s O’Charley’s Dinner of Champions.  
• Visited Stewarts Creek (Tenn.) Middle School in December 2007 as part of the “NFL Take a Player to School” program. 
• Named a 2007 “Titans Community All-Star.” 
• Hosts three annual football camps, helping youth in Nashville, Houston and Austin. Also holds cheerleading and dance camps for girls in conjunction with football camps. 
• Hobbies include fishing, golfing and sleep. 
• List of favorites: (movies) “American Gangster,” “Gladiator,” and “Cinderella Man”; (TV shows) “Malcolm & Eddie,” “Smart Guy” and “South Park”; (actors) Martin Lawrence, Clint Eastwood and Will Smith; (actresses) Queen Latifah, Angelina Jolie, Regina King and Sanaa Lathan; (musicians) Alicia Keys, Whitney Houston, Yolanda Adams, Mary J. Blige, Beyoncé and Keyshia Cole; (school subject) science; (vacation getaways) Rio de Janeiro, Cabo San Lucas, Paris and Spain; (video games) Madden NFL Football, NBA 2K, Red Dead Redemption and Call of Duty; and (restaurants) Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Landry’s Seafood House, Mama’s Oven (Houston), Swett’s (Nashville), McCormick & Schmick’s and TGI Friday’s.
• Born Vincent Paul Young Jr. on May 18, 1983 in Houston, Texas.

Passing
YearTeamGAttCompPctAtt/GYdsAvgYds/GTDTD%IntInt%Lng20+40+SckSckYRate
TOTAL 60 1,304 755 57.9 21.7 8,964 6.9 149.4 46 3.5 51 3.9 73 113 17 83 449 74.4
2011 PHI 6 114 66 57.9 19 866 7.6 144.3 4 3.5 9 7.9 58 13 3 8 34 60.8
2010 TEN 9 156 93 59.6 17.3 1,255 8 139.4 10 6.4 3 1.9 71T 19 3 13 80 98.6
2009 TEN 12 259 152 58.7 21.6 1,879 7.3 156.6 10 3.9 7 2.7 66T 21 4 9 36 82.8
2008 TEN 3 36 22 61.1 12 219 6.1 73 1 2.8 2 5.6 54 3 1 3 13 64.5
2007 TEN 15 382 238 62.3 25.5 2,546 6.7 169.7 9 2.4 17 4.5 73 24 5 25 157 71.1
2006 TEN 15 357 184 51.5 23.8 2,199 6.2 146.6 12 3.4 13 3.6 53 33 1 25 129 66.7
Rushing
YearTeamGAttAtt/GYdsAvgYds/GTDLng1st1st%20+40+FUM
TOTAL 60 282 4.7 1,459 5.2 24.3 12 44 85 30.1 10 1 21
2011 PHI 6 18 3 79 4.4 13.2 0 13 4 22.2 0 0 0
2010 TEN 9 25 2.8 125 5 13.9 0 20 6 24 1 0 3
2009 TEN 12 55 4.6 281 5.1 23.4 2 44 20 36.4 1 1 7
2008 TEN 3 8 2.7 27 3.4 9 0 8 0 -- 0 0 0
2007 TEN 15 93 6.2 395 4.2 26.3 3 21 24 25.8 2 0 5
2006 TEN 15 83 5.5 552 6.7 36.8 7 39T 31 37.3 6 0 6
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 60 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2011 PHI 6 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 TEN 9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 TEN 12 2 2 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2008 TEN 3 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 TEN 15 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2006 TEN 15 2 2 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
Fumbles
YearTeamGFUMLostFFOWN FROPP FROWN YDSOPP YDSTDOOBSftyTB
TOTAL 60 40 12 0 19 0 0 0 0 3 0 0
2011 PHI 6 2 0 -- 2 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2010 TEN 9 6 4 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- 1 0 0
2009 TEN 12 8 2 0 4 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2008 TEN 3 2 0 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- 0 0 0
2007 TEN 15 10 3 0 7 -- 0 -- 0 0 0 0
2006 TEN 15 12 3 0 4 -- 0 -- 0 2 0 0

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