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                                        QB DEREK ANDERSON 3
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                         BIRTHDATE: JUNE 15, 1983
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                            ACQUIRED: W (BALT.) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-6                                 COLLEGE: OREGON STATE
                                         WEIGHT: 229
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Baltimore in the sixth round, 213th
                 overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft…Waived by Baltimore on Sept. 20, 2005…               FUN FACTS
                 Claimed by Cleveland via waivers from Baltimore on Sept. 21, 2005.           • Participated in the Manning Pass-
                                                                                                ing Academy in Louisiana and was
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             an instructor at the EA Sports
                                                                                                Elite 11 QB Camp in Southern
                 2005: Originally drafted by Baltimore in the sixth-round and claimed by
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                                                                                                California, both in July, 2004.
                 Cleveland via waivers on Sept. 20…Listed as the inactive-3rd QB for the
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                 final 14 regular season games.                                               • A 3-handicap golfer, he is a big
                                                                                                athlete who wore size-17 shoes
                 COLLEGE: A three-year starter at Oregon State and completed college            prior to age 10, forcing his par-
                 career with 768-of-1,515 passing (50.7%) for 11,249 yards, 79 TDs and 57       ents to order shoes from the
                 interceptions…Was the first QB to lead the team to three bowl games dur-       Portland Trail Blazers.
                 ing the school’s 112-year history…Possesses 20 of the top 50 passing
                 marks in OSU annals including career passing yards (11,249) and TDs (79)…Only the second player in Pac-10
                 Conference history to throw for over 4,000 yards in a season (Cody Pickett, Washington, 4,458 in 2002)…Is one
                 of only six Pac-10 QBs to pass in excess of 10,000 yards—joining Carson Palmer (USC), Steve Stenstrom
                 (Stanford), Cade McKnown (UCLA), Cody Pickett (Washington) and Andrew Walter (Arizona State)…In 2004,
                 named second-team All-Pac 10 selection and extended his consecutive starts streak to 38 games…Completed
                 279-of-515 passes (54.2%) for 3,615 yards, a career-high 29 TDs and 17 interceptions and led the Pac-10 in pass-
                 ing (301.2 ypg.)…Finished his senior season with a 38-21 victory over Notre Dame in the Insight Bowl, earning
                 game MVP honors when he connected on 28-of-45 passes for 358 yards and 4 TDs…In 2003, was an All-Pac 10
                 honorable mention and set a school season record and had the second-best season in Pac-10 history when he
                 threw for 4,058 yards (Cody Pickett, Washington, 4,458 yards in 2002) and completed 261-of-510 passes (51.2%)
                 with 24 TDs…In 2002, moved into the starting QB job and set school records with 3,313 yards passing and 25 TDs
                 on 211-of-449 passing (47.0%) and 13 interceptions…As a true freshman in 2001, played in five games and com-
                 pleted 17-of-41 passes (41.5%) for 263 yards, 1 TD and 3 interceptions.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Scappoose (Ore.) High School…First player selected as the 3A Player of the Year in foot-
                 ball and basketball in the same season...As a senior, led Scappoose to the Oregon state football title his senior
                 year and selected the top QB in the state and second in the nation by Super Prep Magazine…SuperPrep All-
                 American pick and rated the magazine’s 10th best player in the nation…Also earned All-American honors from
                 PrepStar and Student Sports…Named USA Today Player of the Year for Oregon…Threw for 8,177 yards and 85
                 TDs during his three-year varsity career…Was a second-team All-State pick as a junior…Averaged 26.8 points
                 and 10.8 rebounds during his senior year on the basketball court…Played in 104 basketball games and averaged
                 18.6 points and 8.6 rebounds…First-team All-State choice as a junior and senior in basketball…Finished his
                 career earning four letters in football and basketball and two in track (shot put, hurdles, 1,600-meter relay)…
                 Played in numerous All-Star games in football and basketball, including the inaugural National High School All-
                 Star game in Highland, Texas…Majored in liberal studies at Oregon State…Participated in the Manning Passing
                 Academy in Louisiana and was an instructor at the EA Sports Elite 11 QB Camp in Southern California, both in
                 July, 2004…A 3-handicap golfer, he is a big athlete who wore size-17 shoes prior to age 10, forcing his parents
                 to order shoes from the Portland Trail Blazers…A right-handed passer, but writes left-handed…Born June 15,
                 1983 in Portland, Ore…Full name: Derek Matthew Anderson…Married the former Lisa Sorenson on July 8, 2006.


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                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                     BIRTHDATE: AUG. 23, 1975
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 10TH                       ACQUIRED: UFA (N.E.) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-3                             COLLEGE: SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT
                                         WEIGHT: 315                                        STATE
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1  997 (0/0, 0/0); 1         , /0); 1
                                                                                   998 (15/1 1                        1 1);
                                                                                                    999 (8/3); 2000 (1 /1
                                                6/1              3/1          6/1                 6/1
                                         2001 (1 6, 3/3); 2002 (1 3); 2003 (1 6, 3/3); 2004 (1 6, 3/3); 2005 (1 3).  3/1
                                         CAREER GAMES: 108 games, 89 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 10 games, 9 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 25, 1997…Waived by
                 Green Bay on Aug. 27, 2000…Signed by New England as a free agent on Sept. 9, 2000…Signed by Cleveland as
                 an unrestricted free agent on March 2, 2005.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Nine-year NFL veteran with Green Bay, New England
and Cleveland has appeared in 108 career games, including 89 starts…                  FUN FACTS
Member of three New England Super Bowl championship teams (2001,               • Andruzzi was named the United
2003, 2004).                                                                     Way Man of the Year in New
                                                                                 Haven, CT.
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2005: In his first year with the Browns, started 13 games at left guard and     of Division II Southern Connecti-
helped solidify the offensive line as RB Reuben Droughns (1,232 yards)          cut State, had to earn a roster spot
became the first Browns RB since 1985 to rush for over 1,000 yards in a         with Green Bay in 1997, partici-
season…Made his Browns debut in the season opener by starting vs.               pated in NFL Europe in the spring
Cincinnati on Sept. 11…Started at Green Bay on Sept. 18, as the offensive       of 1998 with the Scottish Clay-
line provided QB Trent Dilfer time to throw for 336 yards and 3 TDs and         mores, and has gone on to enjoy
did not allow a sack…Started at Indianapolis on Sept. 25, and vs. Chicago       a nine-year NFL career and three
on Oct. 9…Started and played in his 100th career NFL game at Baltimore          Super Bowl Championships.
on Oct. 16…Started and helped Droughns rush for 100 yards vs. Detroit




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on Oct. 23…Started and helped Droughns rush for 99 yards at Houston on Oct. 30, left the game in the 2nd quar-




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ter (left knee) and missed three offensive series, before returning in the 3rd quarter…Started vs. Tennessee on
Nov. 6, and helped the offense to a season-high 441 net yards of offense, including a season-high 169 net yards
rushing with Droughns 116 yards rushing, and the offensive line did not allow a sack as Dilfer threw for 272 yards
and 1 TD…Started at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, and played through a knee/calf injury…Was forced to miss the next
three games due to the knee/calf injury vs. Miami on Nov. 20, at Minnesota on Nov. 27 and vs. Jacksonville on
Dec. 4…Returned to start at Cincinnati on Dec. 11…Started at Oakland on Dec. 18, and vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…
Started in the regular season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1.
2004: Started at guard for all 16 regular season games for the Patriots, marking the second consecutive year and
third time in his career…Began the year at right guard and moved to left guard for the final 14 games and all three
post-season contests…Member of an offensive line that allowed Patriots’ rushers to gain more than 200 rushing
yards twice…In the season opener vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 9, started at right guard and helped the offense aver-
age 4.8 yards per carry in a 27-24 victory…Started at right guard at Arizona on Sept. 19, and helped Corey Dillon
rush for 158 yards…Made his first start at left guard at Buffalo on Oct. 3, as the line did not allow a sack on 30
attempts in a 31-17 victory…Started vs. Miami on Oct. 10, and helped the team rush for 135 yards in a 24-10 vic-
tory…Started vs. Seattle on Oct. 17, and as the team rushed for 138 yards in a 30-20 win…Started vs. N.Y. Jets on
Oct. 24, as Dillon rushed for 115 yards in a 13-7 win…Started at Pittsburgh on Oct. 31…Started at St. Louis on
Nov. 7, and the team rushed for 147 yards in a 40-22 win…Started vs. Buffalo on Nov. 14, and helped the team
rush for 208 yards in a convincing 29-6 victory…Started at Kansas City on Nov. 22, and the line allowed Tom Brady
to throw for 315 yards and Dillon to rush for 98 yards in a 27-19 Monday Night victory…Started vs. Baltimore on
Nov. 28, as the team rushed for 144 yards in a 24-3 victory…Started at Cleveland on Dec. 5, as the team rushed for
225 yards in a 42-15 win…Started vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 12, as the line allowed one sack on 26 attempts in the AFC
East clinching win…Started at Miami on Dec. 20, as the team rushed for 166 yards…Started at N.Y. Jets on
Dec. 26, as the line helped the team rush for 114 yards and allowed only one sack in a 23-7 win…In the regular
season finale vs. San Francisco on Jan. 2, the line helped the team rush for 174 yards in a 21-7 victory…In the AFC
Divisional Playoff game vs. Indianapolis on Jan. 16, the line helped the Patriots’ rush for 210 yards in a 20-3 vic-
tory…Started at left guard in the AFC Championship game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 23, as the Patriots’ rushed for 126
yards in a 41-27 win…Started at left guard in Patriots’ 24-21 win over Philadelphia in Super Bowl XXXIX.
2003: Started all 16 games at right guard for the Patriots, marking the second time in three years…Helped the
ground attack exceed 100 rushing yards in five of the first six weeks of the season…Part of an offensive line that
started the same five players in each of the last 12 regular-season games…Started at Buffalo on Sept. 7, and
helped pave the way for 105 yards rushing…Started vs. N.Y. Jets on Sept. 21, as the line helped the team
rush for 147 yards…Started vs. Tennessee on Oct. 5, as the team rushed for 161 yards…Started vs. N.Y. Giants
on Oct. 12, as the Patriots’ rushed for 129 yards…Started at Denver on Nov. 3, and was a member of an offen-
sive line that did not allow a sack on 35 attempts as Tom Brady threw for 350 yards…Started at Indianapolis on
Nov. 30, and grabbed his first career reception on a deflected pass in the 3rd quarter…Started at N.Y. Jets on
Dec. 20, and was part of an offensive line that opened holes for Antowain Smith to rush for 121 yards and did
not allow a sack on 25 attempts…In the regular season finale vs. Buffalo on Dec. 27, helped the ground attack
gain 131 yards rushing…In the AFC Divisional Playoff game vs. Tennessee on Jan. 10, started at right guard in a
17-14 victory, and was a member of an offensive line that did not allow a sack in 41 attempts…In the AFC
Championship game vs. Indianapolis on Jan. 18, started at right guard in a 24-14 win and was a member of a line
that did not allow a sack in 37 attempts…In the Super Bowl vs. Carolina on Feb. 1, started at right guard and was
a member of an offensive line that did not allow a sack in 48 attempts in the Patriots’ win over the Panthers.
2002: Started in 13 games (12 games at right guard and one game at left guard) and was inactive for three oth-
ers…Started at left guard vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 9, as the offensive line allowed only two sacks on 43 attempts
in a 30-14 win on Monday Night Football…Started at right guard at N.Y. Jets on Sept. 15, as the line allowed no
sacks on 35 attempts and helped the team rush for 163 yards in a 44-7 win…Listed as inactive the next three
weeks: at San Diego on Sept. 29, at Miami on Oct. 6, and vs. Green Bay on Oct. 13…Returned to the starting line-

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                 up following the bye week vs. Denver on Oct. 27…Started at right guard at Buffalo on Nov. 3, as the line blocked
                 for its first 100-yard rusher of the season as Antowain Smith rumbled for 111 yards in a 38-7 win, and allowed
                 only one sack as Tom Brady threw for 265 yards and 3 TDs…Started at Chicago on Nov. 10, and played in
                 the first half of a 33-30 win…Started vs. Minnesota on Nov. 24, in a 24-17 win…Started at Detroit on Nov. 28, in
                 a 20-12 win on Thanksgiving Day…Started vs. Buffalo on Dec. 8, as the line allowed no sacks in a 27-17 win…
                 Started vs. N.Y. Jets on Dec. 22, as the line allowed only two sacks on 37 attempts…Started vs. Miami on
                 Dec. 29, in a come-from-behind, 27-24 win in overtime, as the line allowed just one sack on 44 attempts.
                 2001: Started all 16 regular season games for New England at right guard for the first time in his career…Started
                 all three postseason contests, including Super Bowl XXXVI…Helped pave the way for RB Antowain Smith’s four
                 100-yard games…Started vs. Indianapolis on Sept 30, as the team gained 177 yards in a 44-13 victory…Started
                 vs. San Diego on Oct. 14, and played the entire game at right guard despite being listed as ‘out’ on injury report
                 with an injured leg, and helped power the offense to 374 yards of total offense in a 29-26 overtime victory…
                 Started at Indianapolis on Oct. 21, and was part of offensive line that led the way for 123 yards rushing and did
                 not allow a sack…Started at Atlanta on Nov. 4, and cleared the way for 135 yards rushing…Started vs. Buffalo on
                 Nov. 11, as the line led the way with 134 yards rushing…Started vs. New Orleans on Nov. 25, and helped lead
                 the offense to a season-high 432 yards of total offense, including 191 yards rushing…Started at Buffalo on
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                 Dec. 16, as the team rushed for 129 yards rushing in a 12-9 overtime win…Started vs. Miami on Dec. 22,
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                 and helped power the offense to a season-high 196 yards rushing…Started his first post-season contest at right
                 guard in the AFC Divisional Playoff game vs. Oakland on Jan. 19, as the Patriots’ totaled 365 yards of offense in
                 a 16-13 overtime win…Started at right guard in AFC Championship Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 27…Started at
                 right guard in Super Bowl XXXVI vs. St. Louis on Feb. 3, and was part of an offensive line that led the way for a
                 game-high 133 yards rushing in the Patriots‘ 20-17 victory.
                 2000: Went to training camp with Green Bay and was waived on Aug. 27…Signed by New England as a free
                 agent on Sept. 9, and started 11 games for the Patriots at left guard…Inserted into the starting lineup at left guard
                 only eight days after signing with the Patriots vs. Minnesota on Sept. 17…Started at Miami on Sept. 24, and
                 recovered a Drew Bledsoe fumble and gained 2 yards…Started at Denver on Oct. 1, and powered the Patriots to
                 314 total yards of offense in a 28-19 victory…Started at Indianapolis on Oct. 22, as the team rushed for 155 yards
                 and did not allow a sack…Started vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 19, as the line surrendered only one sack in a 16-13 vic-
                 tory…Started vs. Kansas City on Dec. 4, and left the game in the 3rd quarter with right leg injury…Placed on
                 Injured Reserve on Dec. 7.
                 1999: Played in eight games for the Packers, starting three at left guard...Inactive for two other contests and
                 spent the balance of the year on Injured Reserve...Sidelined for a month during training camp after he sprained
                 the medial collateral ligament in his right knee on Aug. 5…Returned to the field at Detroit on Sept. 19...Rotated
                 with Mike Wahle to play a significant number of snaps each week at left guard until starting at the position at
                 Denver on Oct. 17, when Wahle was forced to start at right tackle due to an injury to Earl Dotson (back)...Played
                 much of the second half at left guard vs. Seattle on Nov. 1, as Wahle moved to right tackle to replace Dotson...
                 Started at left guard vs. Chicago on Nov. 7, and at Dallas on Nov. 14...Placed on Injured Reserve on Nov. 23, and
                 underwent knee surgery on Dec. 1.
                 1998: Allocated by Green Bay to NFL Europe and started 10 games for the Scottish Claymores and earned a spot
                 on the All-NFL Europe team…Helped the Claymores finish with the third-best rushing total in the league (100.0
                 yards)…Entered training camp with Green Bay and served as the backup to Marco Rivera at left guard…Played
                 in 15 games with one start, while seeing the majority of his playing time on special teams…Participated on
                 offense for the first time when he stepped in at left guard late in the Packers‘ 37-3 victory over the N.Y. Giants on
                 Nov. 15...Inserted at left guard in the second half vs. Philadelphia on Nov. 29, replacing Rivera, and helped the
                 Packers gain a season-best 178 rushing yards...Made his first NFL start at left guard, at Tampa Bay on Dec. 7, in
                 place of the injured Rivera (knee)...Inactive for regular-season finale at Chicago on Dec. 27...Played on special
                 teams in NFC Wild Card playoff game at San Francisco on Jan. 3.
                 1997: In his rookie season with Green Bay, earned a roster spot as an undrafted rookie free agent…Battled his
                 way onto team’s opening day roster by way of an impressive early performance in the preseason when he was
                 described by General Manager Ron Wolf as “one of the surprises of training camp”…Inactive for all 16 regular-
                 season games and the Packers‘ three playoff contests, including Super Bowl XXXII…Missed the last month of
                 the preseason after spraining the medial collateral ligament in his left knee in the first pre-season game vs. New
                 England on July 31...Returned to the practice field the second week of the regular season.
                 COLLEGE: Four-year starter (1993-96) at Southern Connecticut State in New Haven, Conn…Selected NCAA Division
                 II first-team All-American by the National Football Coaches Association in 1995 and 1996…Played center, tackle and
                 guard during his collegiate career…First-team all-conference selection and team captain as a senior, when he
                 helped the Owls set season records for total yards (4,783), TDs (52), passing yards (2,153) and completions (142).
                 PERSONAL: Born Joseph Dominick Andruzzi in Staten Island, N.Y. on Aug. 23, 1975...All-city selection in football
                 at Tottenville High School in Staten Island, N.Y., where he played offensive and defensive tackle...Majored in lib-
                 eral arts...Joe, whose brothers are New York City Firefighters, has been extremely involved in fundraising for 9/11
                 efforts…Is very active in the community, was the inaugural recipient of the New England Patriots‘ Ron Burton
                 Community Service Award in 2003…Joe and his wife Jennifer have been extremely active in the community and
                 have raised a significant amount of money that has benefited numerous worthwhile charitable endeavors…
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Served as a Muscle Team Buddy for the Boston Muscular Dystrophy Association, providing support to children
with MD…Became close friends with a young man named C.J. Buckley during 2002 training camp, and when C.J.
passed away from inoperable brain cancer in Dec. 2002, Andruzzi helped establish a trust in C.J.’s name to ben-
efit children’s brain cancer research, including a Dec. 2004, benefit for the trust that raised more than $400,000…
Joe and his wife, Jennifer, have four children, Hunter, Breanna, Thomas and Teresa.


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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                 BIRTHDATE: NOV. 24, 1978
                        YEAR IN NFL: 6TH                    ACQUIRED: UFA (BALT.) – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-2                         COLLEGE: BAYLOR
                        WEIGHT: 210
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2001 (6/0, 2/0); 2002 (16/14); 2003 (16/16, 1/1); 2004
                        (16/16); 2005 (5/5).
                        CAREER GAMES: 59 games, 51 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 3 games, 1 start.




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round, 62nd overall, in the 2001 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as an                  FUN FACTS
unrestricted free agent on March 4, 2005.                                     • Established the Gary Baxter
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Versatile five-year veteran can play both corner             Second Line of Defense Foun-
and safety…In his five seasons in the NFL has totaled 302 tackles, 3 sacks,     dation, which is making an impact
7 interceptions and 54 PBU.                                                     in the lives of children by promot-
                                                                                ing healthy initiatives to fight
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              childhood obesity.
                                                                              • This past spring was a guest host
2005: In his first season with the Browns, recorded 20 tackles, 17 solo, 1
                                                                                for one week in the studio with
TFL, 2 interceptions for 10 yards, 3 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Started five
                                                                                the NFL Network and Rich Eisen.
games after missing the regular season opener due to a concussion and
suffered a season-ending pectoral injury vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…Added an      • Signed autographs at a military
interception at Green Bay on Sept. 18, and at Baltimore on Oct. 16…Had          unit in Hawaii during the 2004 Pro
a season-high 7 tackles, including 6 solo, at Baltimore on Oct. 16…Made         Bowl.
his Browns debut at Green Bay on Sept. 18, as he started at RDB and • Following his playing career, has
recorded 3 solo tackles, 1 interception and 2 PBU…In the 26-24 victory          career aspirations of becoming a
over the Packers, made a key play in the 3rd quarter as he intercepted QB       police officer or FBI agent.
Brett Favre in the end zone on a pass intended for WR Robert Ferguson
and two plays later, the Browns offense converted the turnover into a TD as QB Trent Dilfer connected with
Braylon Edwards for an 80-yard score and a 19-7 lead…Started at RDB at Indianapolis on Sept. 25, and added 5
tackles, including 3 solo…Started at RDB vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, with 4 solo tackles, 1 PBU and 1 forced fum-
ble…Returned to play his former teammates at Baltimore on Oct. 16, and started at RDB with a season-high 7
tackles, including 6 solo, 1 TFL and 1 interception for 10 yards…Started at RDB vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, and had 1
solo tackle…Left the game in the 1st quarter with a pectoral strain and did not return…Placed on Injured-Reserve
on Oct. 25.
2004: In his fourth season with Baltimore, started all 16 regular season games at right cornerback and totaled
86 tackles, 78 solo, 2 sacks, 1 interception, 14 PBU and 2 forced fumbles…Tied for sixth on the club with his
86 tackles and finished second with the 14 PBU…Started at corner with 3 solo tackles, including 1 sack in game
at Cleveland on Sept. 12, and left the game in the second half with a hand injury, but returned in the 3rd quar-
ter…Netted 5 tackles and 1 sack for 2 yards and forced a fumble which led to a TD vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 19…
Led secondary with 9 solo tackles and 4 PBU at Cincinnati on Sept. 26…Led the secondary and finished third
on the team with 9 tackles vs. Kansas City on Oct. 4…Finished with 5 tackles, 1 QB pressure, 1 PBU at Washington
on Oct. 10...Tied for the secondary lead with 7 tackles, 5 solo, and a team-leading 3 PBU vs. Buffalo on Oct. 24…
Posted 4 solo tackles at Philadelphia on Oct. 31…Led the secondary with 6 tackles, including 2 TFL, 1 forced fum-
ble and 1 PBU vs. Cleveland on Nov. 7…Started with 2 solo tackles at N.Y. Jets on Nov. 14…Led the secondary
with 8 tackles, 1 PBU vs. Dallas on Nov. 21…Netted 3 solo tackles and 1 PBU at New England on Nov. 28…Posted
4 solo tackles vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 5…Led the secondary with 6 tackles, 1 TFL, and recorded an interception for
33 yards vs. N.Y. Giants on Dec. 12…Posted 6 tackles, 1 TFL at Indianapolis on Dec. 19… Netted 2 solo tackles at
Pittsburgh on Dec. 26…Recorded 7 solo tackles and 2 PBU in the season finale vs. Miami on Jan. 2.
2003: For the first time in his career started all 16 regular season games (eight at cornerback and eight at free
safety) and finished third on the team with a career-high 106 tackles, 88 solo, 1 sack, 3 interceptions and 17 PBU…
Also started in the AFC Wild Card Game vs. Tennessee on Jan. 3, with 5 solo tackles…Started at free safety and
had 9 tackles, 5 solo, and 1 PBU in the season opener at Pittsburgh on Sept. 7…Started at free safety and post-
ed 6 tackles and 2 PBU vs. Cleveland on Sept. 14…Started at left cornerback for an inactive Chris McAlister at
San Diego on Sept. 21, with 9 solo tackles and 4 PBU and had the game-ending interception in the end zone…
Started at free safety and recorded 8 tackles, including 7 solo and 1 PBU vs. Kansas City on Sept. 28…Started at
free safety and netted 7 tackles, 5 solo and 1 QB pressure at Arizona on Oct. 12…Started at free safety and post-

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                 ed 2 tackles, including 1 TFL and 1 QB pressure at Cincinnati on Oct. 19…Started at free safety, but finished the
                 game at cornerback when Corey Fuller left the game with a leg injury vs. Denver on Oct. 26, and finished
                 second on the team with 9 tackles, 7 solo, and had 1 interception, which led to a Ravens’ TD in the 4th quarter…
                 Started at cornerback for an injured Corey Fuller and had 9 tackles, 5 solo, and 1 QB pressure vs. Jacksonville on
                 Nov. 2…Started at cornerback for the second straight game for Corey Fuller (leg) and netted 4 tackles at St. Louis
                 on Nov. 9…Started at free safety and recorded 8 solo tackles, including 1 TFL and tied for second on the squad
                 with 2 PBU at Miami on Nov. 16…Started at free safety and posted 5 solo tackles and 1 PBU vs. Seattle on
                 Nov. 23, and also picked up his first-career sack for 5 yards…Started at cornerback and had 4 tackles, and tied for
                 the team lead with 3 PBU and 1 interception vs. San Francisco on Nov. 30…Started at cornerback and posted 6
                 tackles, 5 solo, and 1 PBU vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 7…Started at cornerback and posted 6 solo tackles and 1 PBU
                 at Oakland on Dec. 14…Started and led the secondary with 9 tackles, 8 solo, at Cleveland on Dec. 21…Posted 5
                 solo tackles in the season finale vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 28.
                 2002: In his second season with the Ravens, appeared in all 16 games, including 14 starts at cornerback and
                 ranked second on the team with 90 tackles, including 75 solo, 20 PBU and 1 interception…Saw limited time in
                 training camp due to a hamstring injury…In season opener added 2 tackles at Carolina on Sept. 8…In his first
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                 extended play at cornerback had 6 tackles vs. Tampa Bay on Sept. 15…Made his first NFL start at Denver on
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                 Sept. 30, and totaled 10 tackles and his first career interception off Brian Griese…Started at right corner and post-
                 ed a career-high 11 tackles, 8 solo, and 5 PBU at Cleveland on Oct. 6…Started at right corner with 8 tackles at
                 Indianapolis on Oct. 13…Started at right cornerback vs. Jacksonville on Oct. 20, and posted 8 tackles, 4 solo, and
                 2 PBU…Ranked second on the team with 8 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Pittsburgh on Oct. 27…Started at right corner
                 and tied for team lead with 8 tackles and 1 PBU at Atlanta on Nov. 3…Started vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 10, and had
                 6 solo tackles and 1 PBU…Started at corner with 5 tackles at Miami on Nov. 17…Recorded 4 tackles and 2 PBU
                 vs. Tennessee on Nov. 24…Started at corner at Cincinnati on Dec. 1, with 4 solo tackles and 2 PBU…Started with
                 4 tackles and 1 PBU vs. New Orleans on Dec. 8…Posted 4 tackles and 1 PBU in starting assignment at Houston
                 on Dec. 15…Added 4 solo tackles and 1 PBU vs. Cleveland on Dec. 22…Started at corner in the season finale at
                 Pittsburgh on Dec. 29, with 6 solo tackles and 2 PBU.
                 2001: In his rookie season with Baltimore appeared in six games and tied for eighth on the team with 8 special
                 teams tackles…Missed the first eight games of the regular season due to a knee injury suffered during training
                 camp…Made his NFL debut by playing special teams with 1 tackle at Tennessee on Nov. 12…Also played on spe-
                 cial teams vs. Cleveland on Nov. 18…Recorded 1 special teams tackle at Jacksonville on Nov. 25…Saw his first
                 action on defense vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 2…Added 2 special teams tackles vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 16…Recorded
                 4 special teams tackles vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 23…Inactive the final two regular season games at Tampa Bay on
                 Dec. 29, and vs. Minnesota on Jan. 7…Appeared in two postseason games and totaled 3 special teams tackles…
                 Recorded 2 special teams tackles in 20-3 Wild Card Playoff win at Miami on Jan. 13…Added 1 special teams tack-
                 le in 27-10 Divisional Playoff loss at Pittsburgh on Jan. 20.
                 COLLEGE: Finished his college career at Baylor with 202 tackles, 142 solo, 50 PBU, 6 interceptions and 6 TFL in
                 41 games...His 50 PBU set a school career-record…Was a three-time All-Big 12 choice (1998-2000)...Was an All-
                 American third-team selection by Football News and consensus All-Big 12 first-team choice as a senior...Was a
                 semifinalist for the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the top defensive back in college football...As a senior in 2000,
                 started at right cornerback and led the team with a career-high 96 tackles, 57 solo, including 3 TFL, 1 sack, a team-
                 high 11 PBU, 2 QB pressures and 2 forced fumbles...As a junior in 1999, played in every game, starting the final
                 nine contests at right cornerback and recorded 53 tackles, 43 solo, with 1 TFL, 17 PBU and 2 interceptions...Also
                 blocked a kick on special teams...Suffered a right hamstring strain during fall drills, an injury that kept him out of
                 the starting lineup for the season opener...As a sophomore, started every game at right cornerback, finishing sev-
                 enth on the team with 45 tackles, 36 solo, 2 TFL, 2 recovered fumbles, 1 forced fumble, 4 interceptions for 87
                 yards and a career-high 22 PBU…Also blocked a pair of kicks...Had a career-long 59-yard interception return to
                 set up the team’s only score vs. Notre Dame…Blocked a 19-yard FG attempt, returned an interception 28 yards
                 and 1 PBU vs. Oklahoma...In 1997, played in eight games as a reserve cornerback, recording 8 tackles, 6 solo...
                 Also returned 4 kickoffs for 30 yards as a freshman…Returned to Baylor and graduated with a degree in speech
                 communications in the spring of 2003.
                 PERSONAL: Named Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express-News and Fort Worth Star-
                 Telegram Texas Top 100 selection at John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) High...National blue chip prospect by Max
                 Emfinger...All-Big 12 area selection by National Recruiting Advisor...Waco Tribune-Herald Top 30 pick...Rated
                 the No. 23 player in Texas by Aggieland Bench Press, No. 30 by Austin American-Statesman, No. 51 by David
                 Garvin and No. 73 by National Recruiting Advisor...Made 2 interceptions in 1996 and earned All-East Texas hon-
                 ors…Tied for first on the team with 106 total tackles as a senior…Received the Bobby Jones Award for senior
                 leadership in his final year at Baylor...Signed autographs at a military unit in Hawaii during the 2004 Pro Bowl...
                 Has given motivation speeches, including one at his high school football banquet in the spring of 2004...
                 Following his playing career, has aspirations of becoming a police officer or FBI agent, as Baxter rode-along
                 with the Baltimore Police during the offseason; and during his day with police, the officer responded to a
                 domestic violence call, store theft and was involved in a high-speed chase...In June 2004, Baxter was a guest
                 host for a week in the NFL Network studio with Rich Eisen…Has his own web site at www.garybaxter24.com.
                 ...Full name: Gary Wayne Baxter.

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                                   BAXTER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 11 at Cleveland 10/6/02
SACKS: 1, three occasions, latest vs. Pittsburgh 9/19/04
INTERCEPTIONS: 1, seven occasions, latest at Green Bay 9/18/05
PASSES DEFENSED: 5 at Cleveland 10/6/02

BAXTER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                  TACKLES                     QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL            SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2001 Baltimore 6 0       0    0      0   -         0.0    0.0  -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       8
2002 Baltimore 16 14 90 75          15 -           0.0    0.0  -  1     0  0 0 20 0 0 0      0
2003 Baltimore 16 16 106 88         18 -           1.0    5.0  -  3    41 34 0 17 0 0 0      0
2004 Baltimore 16 16 86 78           8   -         2.0    8.0  -  1    33 33 0 14 0 0 0      0
2005 Cleveland 5 5      20 18        2   -         0.0    0.0  -  2    10 10 0 3 1 0 0       0
NFL TOTALS      59 51 302 259 43 -                 3.0   13.0 -   7 84 77 0 54 1 0 0         8




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                               TACKLES          QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2001 Baltimore 2 0      0   0    0    0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       3
2003 Baltimore 1 1      5   5    0    0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
NFL   TOTALS     3 1    5   5    0    0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       3

BAXTER’S CAREER INTERCEPTIONS (2001-2005)
NO    OPPONENT                DATE                    SCORE              QUARTERBACK            RETURN YARDS
1     at Denver              9/30/02                  W 34-23            Brian Griese                 0
2     at San Diego           9/21/03                  W 24-10            Drew Brees                   0
3     vs. Denver            10/26/03                  W 26-6             Danny Kannell               34
4     vs. San Francisco     11/30/03                  W 44-6             Jeff Garcia                  7
5     vs. N.Y. Giants       12/12/04                  W 37-14            Eli Manning                 33
6     at Green Bay           9/18/05                  W 26-24            Brett Favre                  0
7     at Baltimore          10/16/05                  L 3-16             Kyle Boller                 10


                        OL LeCHARLES BENTLEY 57
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                          BIRTHDATE: NOV. 7, 1979
                        YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                             ACQUIRED: UFA (N.O.) – ’06
                        HEIGHT: 6-2                                  COLLEGE: OHIO STATE
                        WEIGHT: 309
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (14/14); 2003 (1 3); 2004 (16/16); 2005 (14/14).
                                                                   3/1
                        CAREER GAMES: 57 games, 57 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by New Orleans in the sec-
ond round, 44th overall, in the 2002 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland to a              FUN FACTS
six-year contract as an unrestricted free agent on March 11, 2006.           • Signed a six-year contract with
                                                                               Cleveland this past March during
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Four-year offensive lineman has started in 57               free agency.
career games with New Orleans…Voted to Pro Bowl in 2003 and 2005…
Two-year starter at center (2004 and 2005) and two-year starter at right     • Cleveland native also played prep
guard (2002, 2003)…Voted to the 2003 Pro Bowl, however did not partici-        football at St. Ignatius High School
pate due to a knee injury…In 2002, named Sports Illustrated Offensive          (Cleveland) and collegiate foot-
Rookie of the Year and Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team.                    ball at The Ohio State University.
                                                                             • Two-time Pro Bowl selection in
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             2003 and 2005 with New Orleans.
2005: In his fourth season with New Orleans, started at center for 14 games and was voted to the Pro Bowl…Suffered
an elbow injury and was inactive for the final two games vs. Detroit on Dec. 24, and at Tampa Bay on Jan. 1.
2004: Started all 16 games for the first time in his NFL career...Took over as the starting center during training
camp, his college position, and made quick conversion, becoming one of the offensive line leaders...Voted as an
alternate to the Pro Bowl.
2003: Started the first 13 games at RG and was the foundation of the offensive line that helped RB Deuce
McAllister post nine-straight 100-yard performances and rush for 1,641 yards on the season…Voted to the Pro-
Bowl…Suffered a knee sprain in the 3rd quarter vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 28, but returned to action the follow-

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                  LeCHARLES BENTLEY CONTINUED...
                 ing week…Later in the season suffered a left knee sprain vs. Tampa Bay on Dec. 7, in the 3rd quarter and was
                 listed as inactive vs. N.Y. Giants on Dec. 14…Forced to miss the last three regular season games and was placed
                 on Injured Reserve on Dec. 27, due to the left knee sprain.
                 2002: In his rookie season with New Orleans, started in 14 games at RG and thrived as part of a unit that helped
                 RB Deuce McAllister notch eight 100-yard games and the second-highest rushing total in franchise history with
                 1,388 yards…Named Sports Illustrated Offensive Rookie of the Year and Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie Team…
                 Offensive line also protected QB Aaron Brooks as he set a club record with 27 TD passes…Made his NFL debut
                 in the regular season opener at Tampa Bay on Sept. 8, and lined up against All-Pro DT Warren Sapp and helped
                 the Saints to a victory as he helped limit Sapp to three tackles…Continued his consistent play throughout the sea-
                 son, and bounced back from a sprained right ankle suffered in the 1st quarter at Carolina on Nov. 10, which side-
                 lined the rookie at Atlanta on Nov. 17, and vs. Cleveland on Nov. 24.
                 COLLEGE: A three-year starter and four-year letterman at Ohio State...Moved into starting center slot for the
                 Buckeyes as a junior in 2000, when he was named second-team All-Big Ten by league’s coaches and media...As
                 a senior, played every snap and was named the recipient of the Rimington Award, given to the nation’s top cen-
                 ter, as well as receiving consensus All-American and unanimous All-Big Ten honors…Also named Big Ten
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                 Offensive Lineman of the Year...Earned Player of the Game honors after posting 20 knockdowns against UCLA...
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                 Only true freshman offensive lineman who was not redshirted and he appeared in all 12 games...Human devel-
                 opment and family science major.
                 PERSONAL: Attended St. Ignatius (Cleveland) High School...Three-year starter who really turned heads as a sen-
                 ior...All-State selection at tackle, but also started at guard and center...Served as a guest chef at Bella Luna restau-
                 rant in New Orleans and has also performed cooking demonstrations at several New Orleans’ restaurants…Full
                 name: LeCharles Vernon Bentley...Born Nov. 7, 1979 in Cleveland, Ohio.


                                          DT JA’WAREN BLAIR 71
                                          YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                             BIRTHDATE: MAY 13, 1980
                                          YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                                ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                                          HEIGHT: 6-6                                     COLLEGE: EAST CAROLINA
                                          WEIGHT: 300
                                          GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (0/0); 2004 (0/0); 2005 (0/0).
                                          CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                                          POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cincinnati as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 2, 2003…Waived by
                 Cincinnati on Aug. 31, 2003…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on June 5, 2006.

                                                        SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2006: Participated in NFL Europe with the Rhein Fire and totaled 24 tackles, 1 sack and 1 PBU.
                 2005: Did not play.
                 2004: Played in NFL Europe with the Amsterdam Admirals and recorded 26 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 PBU and 2 forced
                 fumbles.
                 2003: Signed by Cincinnati as an undrafted rookie free agent out of East Carolina…Went to training camp with
                 the Bengals and was waived on Aug. 31.
                 COLLEGE: Two year starter at East Carolina who finished his career with 132 tackles and 5.5 sacks, playing 33
                 games, including 24 starts…As a senior, led the defensive line and ranked third overall on the team with 87 tack-
                 les and added 2 sacks and 1 blocked kick.
                 PERSONAL: Attended R.J. Reynolds High School (N.C.), where he earned all-county and all-conference
                 honors while starting for four seasons as a linebacker and defensive end…Totaled 289 career tackles in high
                 school and as a senior, named team captain and won the teams outstanding senior award…Industrial
                 distribution major at East Carolina…Born on May 13, 1980 in Winston-Salem, N.C…First name is pronounced
                 (juh-WAR-in).




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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 4TH                          BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 24, 1981
                        YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’03
                        HEIGHT: 6-1                                  COLLEGE: DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY
                        WEIGHT: 192
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (13/1); 2004 (8/1); 2005 (13/11).
                        CAREER GAMES: 34 games, 13 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by
Cleveland on May 2, 2003...Signed by Cleveland to a four-year contract               FUN FACTS
extension on Dec. 30, 2005.                                                  • Signed a four-year contract ex-
                                                                               tension with the Browns through
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Recorded his first career interception vs. Arizona
                                                                               2009.
on Nov. 16, 2003…Set career highs in tackles (59), interceptions (3) and
PBUs (20) in 2005…Recovered a blocked FG attempt and returned 59             • Despite not being invited to the




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yards for TD at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, 2005.                                   NFL Combine and not being draft-




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                                                                               ed, earned a spot on the Browns
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             2003 roster and is now in his
                                                                               fourth year with the Browns.
2005: In his third season with the Browns, played in 13 games and start-     • A member of Duquesne’s outdoor
ed 11 contests, recording 59 tackles, including 36 solo, 3 TFL, 3 intercep-    track team, won the conference
tions for 6 yards, 20 PBU and 2 forced fumbles…Led the team with 20            long jump to become the school’s
PBU and tied for the team lead with 3 interceptions…Set career-highs           first outdoor conference track
with 59 tackles, 3 interceptions and 20 PBU…Had a career-high 8 tackles        champion.
at Houston on Oct. 30, and at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13…Recovered a blocked
FG attempt and returned 59 yards for TD at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started at RCB
for the injured Gary Baxter and totaled 5 tackles, including 2 solo, 1 forced fumble and 1 interception… Recorded
his second career interception in the end zone to halt a potential Bengals’ scoring drive in the 4th quarter on a
pass from QB Carson Palmer intended for WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh…Also appeared on special teams…Game
2 at Green Bay 9/18: Inactive (groin)…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Played on special teams… Game 4 vs.
Chicago 10/9: Inactive…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Inactive…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Played RCB for the
injured Gary Baxter (pectoral) and added 3 solo tackles and 1 PBU…Also played on special teams…Game 7 at
Houston 10/30: Started at RCB for the injured Gary Baxter (pectoral) and totaled a career-high 8 tackles, includ-
ing 5 solo, 1 interception and a career-high 3 PBU…Added his second interception of the year in the 1st quarter
on a pass from Houston QB David Carr intended for TE Marcellus Rivers, and intercepted by Bodden at the
Cleveland 46-yard line and eight plays later K Phil Dawson converted a 28-yard FG to open a 10-7 lead…Part of
a defensive effort that limited Houston to only 237 yards of offense, including 120 net passing yards…Game 8 vs.
Tennessee 11/6: Started at RCB with 3 tackles, including 1 solo, and 2 PBU…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started
at RCB and matched a career-high with 8 tackles, including 5 solo, and 1 PBU…In the 4th quarter, returned a
blocked FG attempt by DE Orpheus Roye on Steelers K Jeff Reed 44-yard FG attempt at the Cleveland 41-yard
line and returned it 59-yards for a TD…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started at RCB and totaled 6 tackles, including
3 solo and 3 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team’s first shutout since Nov. 21,
2001, and limited Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game 11 at Minnesota
11/27: Started at RCB and added 3 solo tackles…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started at RCB and added 5 tack-
les, including 2 solo, and 1 TFL… Part of a defensive effort that limited the Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense,
including only 102 net yards passing…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started at RCB and added 4 tackles, includ-
ing 3 solo, 1 forced fumble and 3 PBU…Part of a defensive secondary that limited the Bengals to only 93 net
yards passing…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at RCB and totaled 6 tackles, including 5 solo, 1 TFL, 1 inter-
ception for 6 yards and a career-high 4 PBU…Recorded his team-leading third interception of the year in the 3rd
quarter on a pass from Kerry Collins intended for WR Jerry Porter at the Cleveland 43-yard line and returned 6
yards to the Cleveland 49-yard line, and 8 plays later K Phil Dawson converted a 24-yard FG to cut the lead to
7-6…Part of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to 256 net yards of offense, including only 113 net passing
yards, recorded three sacks and forced one interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started at RCB with 4
tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 PBU… Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at RCB and had 4 tackles, including 2
solo, 1 TFL, and 2 PBU…Also played on special teams with 1 tackle and 1 forced fumble.
2004: In his second season with the Browns, appeared in eight games, including one start at defensive back and
standout on special teams…Made his mark on special teams as he finished the season tied for the team lead with
18 special teams tackles and a forced fumble, despite missing half the season with a pectoral injury…Also totaled
9 tackles, including 8 solo tackles at defensive back…Opened the season vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, and played
corner in the nickel defensive package with 2 solo tackles and a team-high 5 special teams tackles…Played cor-
ner in the nickel defense and added a team-high 3 special teams tackles at Dallas on Dec. 19…Started for the
injured Daylon McCutcheon (finger), making his second career start, at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26, and recorded 5
tackles, including 4 solo…Played on special teams vs. Washington on Oct. 3, with 2 tackles and at Pittsburgh on
Oct. 10, with a team-high 4 special teams tackles…Added 1 special teams tackle vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17…Played
corner in the nickel defense with 1 solo tackle and added 2 special teams tackles vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24…

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                 LEIGH BODDEN CONTINUED...
                 Played corner at Baltimore on Nov. 7, and left the game in the 3rd quarter with a shoulder injury…Placed on
                 Injured-Reserve on Nov. 9, with a pectoral injury.
                 2003: Earned a spot on the roster as an undrafted rookie free agent and played in 13 games, including 1 start,
                 and totaled 12 tackles, including 10 solo, 1 interception, 3 PBU and also contributed 11 tackles on special teams…
                 Recorded his first career interception vs. Arizona on Nov. 16, and marked a career-high 7 tackles at Seattle on
                 Nov. 30…Made his NFL debut on special teams vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, with 1 special teams tackle…
                 Added 1 special teams tackle at San Francisco on Sept. 21, and at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5…Inactive for three con-
                 secutive games: vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, and at New England on Oct. 26…Returned to
                 action on special teams at Kansas City on Nov. 9…Added his first career interception vs. Arizona on Nov. 16, in
                 the 4th quarter on a pass from Cardinals QB Josh McCown intended for TE Steve Bush…Playing time increased
                 the following week vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23, in the nickel defensive package…Made his first career start at
                 Seattle on Nov. 30, as the Browns opened in the nickel defensive package, and recorded a career-high 7 tackles,
                 including 6 solo and 1 PBU…Added 1 special teams tackle vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8, and at Denver on Dec. 14…
                 Had 3 special teams tackles vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21…In the regular season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28,
                 recorded 5 tackles, including 4 solo, a career-high 2 PBU and added 2 special teams tackles…Against the Bengals,
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                 drew two offensive pass interference penalties against Bengals WR Chad Johnson in Browns territory late in the
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                 2nd quarter.
                 COLLEGE: Two-time consensus All-American helped Duquesne to four consecutive Metro Atlantic Athletic
                 Conference Football League titles (1999, 2000, 2001, 2002)…Duquesne went 37-8 overall and 27-1 in MAAC play
                 during his four-year career…Finished his career tied for second on the all-time NCAA I-AA interception list with
                 28…Holds every Duquesne interception record…As a senior finished the season with 7 interceptions for 71 yards,
                 23 tackles and a team-high 4 recovered fumbles…As a junior tied his own school record with 9 interceptions for
                 51 yards and 1 TD…Also had 34 tackles and 3 TFL for 12 yards and 2 forced fumbles…Established a school record
                 as a sophomore with 9 interceptions in 11 games…Rolled up 175 yards on his interception returns, which also
                 set a school mark…Added 46 tackles, a team-high 17 PBU, 3 forced fumbles and 3 TFL…As a freshman had 4
                 interceptions, 21 tackles and 5 PBU.
                 PERSONAL: Full name is Leigh Edmond Bodden…Earned his degree in business management…Born Sept. 24,
                 1981 in Hyattsville, Md…Attended Northwestern High School in Hyattsville, Md…Was a three-year member of
                 the Duquesne track team and scored a total of 12 points for the Dukes at the 2002 Atlantic 10 outdoor champi-
                 onship…Won the Atlantic 10 long jump with a career-best 23'-0" leap…In the process became Duquesne's first
                 outdoor men’s track conference champion…Also finished seventh in the 100-meter dash with a career-best time
                 of 11:08 and was also part of the 4x100 relay team…Hometown is Upper Marlborough, Md…Active in the
                 Cleveland community with support to various charitable endeavors including building a home with the Browns
                 Habitat For Humanity project, building a playground for the United Way’s “Hometown Huddle” program and the
                 Toys For Tots kickoff toy collection during the holidays.
                                                    BODDEN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 8 at Houston 10/30/05; at Pittsburgh 11/13/05
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 vs. Arizona 11/16/03; vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05; at Houston 10/30/05; at Oakland 12/18/05
                 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 6 at Oakland 12/18/05
                 PASSES BROKEN UP: 4 at Oakland 12/18/05
                 FORCED FUMBLE: 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05
                 TDS: 1 at Pittsburgh 11/13/05 (blocked FG attempt returned 59 yards for TD)

                 BODDEN’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                 TACKLES                      QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL             SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 Cleveland 13 1    12 10        2 0            0.0   0.0  0   1    1   1 0 3 0 0 0       11
                 2004 Cleveland 8 1      9    8      1 0            0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       18
                 2005 Cleveland 13 11 59 39         20 3            0.0   0.0  0   3    6   6 0 20 2 0 0       1
                 NFL TOTALS     34 13 80 57        23 3             0.0   0.0  0   4    7   6 0 23 2 0 0      30

                 BODDEN’S CAREER INTERCEPTIONS (2003-2005)
                 NO   OPPONENT                DATE                     SCORE              QUARTERBACK            RETURN YARDS
                 1    vs. Arizona           11/16/03                   W 44-6             Josh McCown                 1
                 2    vs. Cincinnati         9/11/05                   L 13-27            Carson Palmer               0
                 3    at Houston            10/30/05                   L 16-19            David Carr                  0
                 4    at Oakland            12/18/05                   W 9-7              Kerry Collins               6




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                        DE DARRELL CAMPBELL 67
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                           BIRTHDATE: JULY 6, 1981
                        YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                              ACQUIRED: FA – ‘06
                        HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: NOTRE DAME
                        WEIGHT: 295
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (0/0); 2005 (0/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Chicago as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 30, 2004…Waived by
Chicago on Sept. 5, 2005…Signed by Chicago to the practice squad on Sept. 12, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as
a free agent on Jan. 31, 2006.

                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Began the year with Chicago and was waived at the end of training camp…Signed by Chicago to the prac-




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2004: Suffered a knee injury during a pre-draft workout and was signed by Chicago as an undrafted rookie free agent
out of Notre Dame…Spent the entire season on the reserve-non football injury list to rehabilitate his knee injury.
COLLEGE: Three-year starter at defensive tackle at Notre Dame (1999-2003) who also saw time at defensive end
as a freshman…Started 34 of 44 games and totaled 87 tackles, including 48 solo, 23.5 TFL and 11 sacks…As a
senior, starter every game and finished the year with 25 tackles, 6.5 TFL and 3 sacks…Started all 13 games at
defensive tackle as a junior and had a career-high 33 tackles, 8 TFL and 6 sacks…Played in 11 games as a soph-
omore, including nine starts, and totaled 26 tackles, 7 TFL and 3 sacks…Played in eight games as a redshirt fresh-
man with 3 solo tackles, 2 TFL and 1 recovered fumble.
PERSONAL: Named USA Today honorable mention All-American as a senior from Thornwood High School in
South Holland, Ill…Honored as a first-team All-State selection by the Chicago Tribune and was chosen as the top
player in SICA Blue after posting 67 solo tackles, 13 TFL and 4 sacks in 1998…Earned three letters in football,
playing nose tackle as a senior, inside linebacker as a junior and defensive end as a sophomore…Majored in
English and computer applications.


                        QB LANG CAMPBELL 6
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 25, 1981
                        YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                              ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-1                                   COLLEGE: WILLIAM & MARY
                        WEIGHT: 212
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (0/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by Cleveland
on April 29, 2005…Waived by Cleveland on Aug. 28, 2005…Signed by                      FUN FACTS
Cleveland as a free agent on Jan. 6, 2006…Allocated to NFL Europe on Jan.     • Finished as the fourth leading
13, 2006.                                                                       passer for the Berlin Thunder in
                                                                                the 2006 NFL Europe season after
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              completing 116-of-204 passes for
2005: Joined the Browns as an undrafted rookie free agent from William          1,264 yards, 10 TDs and 4 INTs for
& Mary and was waived at the end of training camp.                              an 83.5 QB rating.
COLLEGE: Two-year starter at William & Mary who threw for 6,494 passing yards during his career on 465-for-
724 passing, with 54 TDs and 12 interceptions…In 2004, team co-captain and second-year starter as a senior and
was named 2004 Atlantic 10 Offensive Player-of-the-Year with 3,988 yards and 30 TDs…Helped William & Mary
to a share of the A-10 title and its first appearance in the NCAA I-AA semifinals, along with the first 11-win sea-
son in the 111-year history of the program…Named Male College Athlete of the Year by both the Portsmouth and
Norfolk Sports Clubs…In 2003, named third-team all-conference in his first season as a starter and completed
182-of-285 passes for 2,296 yards with 22 TDs and 7 interceptions…Named A-10 Offensive Player-of-the-Week
after throwing for 287 yards and 3 TDs against Deleware…Earned Academic All-A10 Conference honors…In 2002,
played in five games, completing 7-of-13 passes for 69 yards and 1 TD…Earned Academic All-A10 Conference
honors…In 2001, spent season with the travel squad as a top reserve and saw action in two games, completing
8-of-10 passes for 141 yards and 1 TD.
PERSONAL: Three-year letter winner at Handley High School (Winchester, Va.) and led Handley to a 12-2 record
and the Division III state title game as a senior…Named First-Team All-Northwestern District, all-area, All-Region

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                 II and all-state…Named Player-of-the-Year by the Northern Virginia Daily…Selected for the East squad in the
                 Virginia Coaches All-Star Game in July and earned co-player of the game honors…Threw for 2,200 yards and 14
                 TDs as a senior…Also earned three letters in baseball and basketball…Named basketball player-of-the-year in
                 the district, area and region en route to first-team all-state honors in Group AA as a senior…First-team all-district
                 and all-region in baseball as a senior…Played for the AA State Championship team in baseball in 1999…Born
                 Sept. 25, 1981 in Winchester, Va.


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                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 3RD                            BIRTHDATE: MARCH 19, 1979
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                               ACQUIRED: D(6) – ’04
                                         HEIGHT: 6-7                                    COLLEGE: STANFORD
                                         WEIGHT: 314
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (6/0); 2005 (15/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 2 games, 0 starts.
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                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
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                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 176th
                 overall, in the 2004 NFL Draft.                                                        FUN FACTS
                                                                                                • This past spring participated in an
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               NFL and NFL Players Association
                 2005: Second-year lineman earned a roster spot with the new coaching             three-day executive education pro-
                 staff as the backup tackle behind starters Ryan Tucker and L.J. Shelton…         gram at Stanford University.
                 Played on special teams on FG and PAT situations and also appeared in          • Actively involved in the Eagle
                 offensive sets as tackle-eligible in goal line situations…Appeared in a          Scout program throughout North-
                 career-high 15 games.                                                            east Ohio.
                 2004: In his rookie season with the Browns, appeared in six games • Spent two years (1998 and 1999)
                 mainly by playing on special teams…Listed as inactive for the first          on a Mormon Mission in Berlin.
                 ten regular season games…Made his NFL debut by playing on special • Is fluent in German.
                 teams at Cincinnati on Nov. 28…Received his first playing time with the
                 offense at Buffalo on Dec. 12, replacing starting RT Joaquin Gonzalez in the 3rd quarter.
                 COLLEGE: The anchor of a very young and inexperienced offensive line, hambers started every game he played
                 in (45) for Stanford…Recruited by Stanford in 1997 as one of the top prep offensive linemen in the country out
                 of Provo High School in Utah…He spent two years (1998 and ’99 seasons) on a Mormon Mission in Berlin,
                 Germany, before returning to Stanford in the Spring of 2000…The oldest player on the team and the only mar-
                 ried player as well…Earned Academic All-Pac 10 Conference recognition the past three years and Academic All-
                 America honors as a senior.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Provo (Utah) High, earning Super Prep All-America honors as an offensive lineman as a
                 senior in 1997…Started on both offense and defense for three years…As a defensive lineman his senior season,
                 had 9 sacks and 5 forced fumbles…Named to the Tacoma News Tribune’s Western Top-100…First-team all-state
                 and academic all-state pick his senior season as an offensive lineman…Named first-team all-region on offense
                 for three years…Played four years of varsity basketball and was a member of an AAU All-Star basketball
                 team…Vice-president of his school…Member of his school’s choir for four years…Member of the National Honor
                 Society…Public Policy and German Studies major…Earned prestigious honor of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts
                 of America…Married Marilyn Ord on June 23, 2001…The couple have two daughters, Marianne (7/7/03) and Katie
                 (9/7/04)…Born March 19, 1979.


                                         K JEFF CHANDLER 2
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                            BIRTHDATE: JUNE 18, 1979
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                               ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                                         HEIGHT: 6-2                                    COLLEGE: FLORIDA
                                         WEIGHT: 215
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (6/0, 2/0); 2003 (2/0); 2004 (5/0); 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 13 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 2 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the fourth round, 102nd overall, in the
                 2002 NFL Draft…Waived by San Francisco on Sept. 16, 2003…Signed by Jacksonville as a free agent on March
                 16, 2004…Waived by Jacksonville on Aug. 23, 2004…Signed by St. Louis as a free agent on Oct. 20, 2004…
                 Waived by St. Louis on Oct. 25, 2004…Signed by Carolina to the practice squad on Nov. 16, 2004…Signed by
                 Carolina to the active roster on Nov. 19, 2004…Waived by Carolina on Nov. 30, 2004…Signed by Washington as

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a free agent on Dec. 16, 2004…Waived by Washington on Aug. 29, 2005…Signed by Miami to the practice squad
on Oct. 27, 2005…Waived by Miami on Nov. 1, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on March 7, 2006.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Three-year NFL veteran with San Francisco, Carolina and Washington has appeared in 13
games and totaled 92 points on 19-27 career field goals…Connected on a career-long 49-yard field goal for
Washington at San Francisco on Dec. 18, 2004…Had a career-high 19 points on 5-5 field goals and 4-5 PAT with
San Francisco vs. Chicago on Sept. 7, 2003.

                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Began the year with the Redskins and was waived at the end of training camp on Aug. 29…Signed by
Miami to the practice squad on Oct. 27, and spent one week with the Dolphins before being waived on Nov. 1.
2004: Signed by Jacksonville on March 16 and was waived by the Jaguars at the end of training camp on
Aug. 23…Signed by St. Louis on Oct. 20, and was listed as inactive at Miami on Oct. 24, and was waived by the
Rams on Oct. 25…Signed by Carolina to the practice squad on Nov. 16, and was elevated to the active roster on
Nov. 19…Played in two games for the Panthers and was 0-2 on field goals and connected on 8-of-8 PATs…Waived
by Carolina on Nov. 30…Signed by Washington on Dec. 16, after K John Hall was sidelined…Played in the final




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debut at San Francisco on Dec. 18, and connected on 4-of-4 field goals and 2-of-2 PATs for 14 points, including a
career-long 49-yard field goal.
2003: Began the season with the 49ers and appeared in two games before being waived on Sept. 16…With the
49ers converted 6-of-7 field goal attempts and 7-of-8 PATs for 25 points…In the regular season opener vs. Chicago
on Sept. 7, had a career-high 5 FGs, connecting from 22, 29, 28, 24 and 26 yards and made 4-of-5 PATs for 19
points…The following week at St. Louis on Sept. 14, converted 1-of-2 FG attempts and 3-3 PATs for 6 points, as
he converted a 35-yard FG and missed a 43-yarder.
2002: In his rookie season with San Francisco, saw action in the final six regular season games after being inac-
tive for the club’s first ten games…Finished the season and converted 8-of-12 field goals and 14-of-14 PAT for 38
points and 1 special teams tackle…Also played in two postseason games and scored 11 points as he converted
3-3 field goal attempts and 2-2 PATs.
COLLEGE: A former walk-on that ended his college career at Florida as the school’s all-time leader with 368
points and 67 field goals…Also left ranked second in SEC history with a 83.8%, third with 368 points and fourth
with 67 field goals…As a senior was a second-team All-SEC selection and connected on 19-of-22 field goals and
46-of-48 PAT for a team-leading 103 points, the second-highest total in school history…As a junior, earned sec-
ond-team All-SEC honors and led the Gators with 97 points on 16-of-19 field goals and 49-of-53 PATs…As a
sophomore, selected as first-team All-SEC choice while converting 21-of-24 field goals and 38-of-41 PATs to tally
101 points…His 87.5 % field goal percentage tied for the nation’s best and his 21 field goals stand as the sec-
ond-highest single-season total in school history…As a freshman, scored 66 points on 11-of-15 field goals and
33-of-37 PATs.
PERSONAL: Attended Mandarin High School in Jacksonville, Fla…Also played wide receiver in addition to being
an all-district punter and kicker…Did not start playing football until his senior year of high school…Three-time
all-district goalkeeper in soccer and also lettered in tennis…Graduated from Florida with his degree in telecom-
munications…Born on June 18, 1979 in Jacksonville, Fla.
                                 CHANDLER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SCORING: MOST POINTS SCORED: 19 vs. Chicago 9/7/03
FIELD GOALS: NUMBER ATTEMPTED: 5 vs. Chicago 9/7/03
NUMBER MADE: 5 vs. Chicago 9/7/03
LONGEST MADE: 49 at San Francisco 12/18/04
LONGEST ATTEMPT: 57
CHANDLER’S CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
YEAR   TEAM        GP     FG   FGA       PCT                LG     BLK       XP     XPA       PCT      BLK       POINTS
2002   San Fran.    6      8    12     66.7%                47      0        14      14     100.0%      0          38
2003   San Fran.    2      6     7     85.7%                39      0         7       8      87.5%      0          25
2004   Car./Wash.   5      5     8     62.5%                49      1        14      14     100.0%      0          29
2005   DNP
NFL TOTALS         13     19    27     70.4%              135          1     35     36      97.2%      0          92

CAREER FIELD GOALS
YEAR   TEAM        10-19  PCT   20-29  PCT                   30-39          PCT     40-49       PCT        50+     PCT
2002   San Fran.    1/1  100.0%  2/2  100.0%                  1/1          100.0%    4/7       57.1%       0/1     0.0%
2003   San Fran.    0/0   0.0%   5/5  100.0%                  1/1          100.0%    0/1       0.0%        0/0     0.0%
2004   Car./Wash    0/0   0.0%   4/4  100.0%                  0/2           0.0%     1/1      100.0%       0/1     0.0%
2005   DNP
NFL TOTALS          1/1 100.0% 11/11 100.0%                      2/4       50.0%     5/9      55.5%        0/2     0.0%

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                                         OL COSEY COLEMAN 60
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                  BIRTHDATE: OCT. 27, 1978
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 7TH                     ACQUIRED: UFA (T.B.) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-4                          COLLEGE: TENNESSEE
                                         WEIGHT: 310
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2000 (8/0); 2001 (16/16, 1/1); 2002 (15/15, 3/3); 2003
                                         (16/16); 2004 (16/16); 2005 (14/14).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 85 games, 77 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 4 games, 4 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Tampa Bay as a second
                 round choice, 37th overall in the 2000 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as              FUN FACTS
                 an unrestricted free agent on March 8, 2005.                                 • Earned a Super Bowl champion-
                                                                                                ship with the Tampa Bay Bucca-
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Has started 77 of the last 78 games at guard (72 at
                                                                                                neers in 2002.
                 right guard)…Was the starting right guard for the Super Bowl XXXVII
                 champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2002...Has played in 85 career games with 77 starts in six NFL seasons, and
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                                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: In his first season with the Browns, started 14 games at right guard and helped solidify the offensive line
                 as RB Reuben Droughns (1,232 yards) became the first Browns RB since 1985 to rush for over 1,000 yards in a
                 season…Made his Browns debut in the season opener by starting vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11…Started at Green
                 Bay on Sept. 18, as the offensive line provided QB Trent Dilfer time to throw for 336 yards and 3 TDs and did not
                 allow a sack…Started at Indianapolis on Sept. 25, vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, and at Baltimore on Oct. 16…Started vs.
                 Detroit on Oct. 23, and was part of an offensive line that helped RB Reuben Droughns to rush for 100 yards…
                 Started at Houston on Oct. 30, and blocked for Droughns to rush for 99 yards…Started vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6,
                 and was part of an offensive line that helped the offense to a season-high 441 net yards of offense, including 169
                 net yards rushing as Droughns rushed for 116 yards, and the line did not allow a sack as Dilfer threw for 272
                 yards and 1 TD…Suffered a knee injury in the 2nd quarter vs. the Titans, was replaced by Mike Pucillo, and did
                 not return… Forced to miss the following game at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, due to the knee injury…Returned to
                 start vs. Miami on Nov. 20, and was part of an offensive line that helped Droughns rush for 166 yards and 1 TD,
                 a season-high 181 yards rushing and did not allow a sack in a 22-0 win over the Dolphins…Started at Minnesota
                 on Nov. 27… Started vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, and helped pave the way for Droughns to rush for 88 yards and
                 top the 1,000-yard mark for the season and QB Charlie Frye to throw for 226 yards and 2 TDs…Started at
                 Cincinnati on Dec. 11, at Oakland on Dec. 18, and vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…Missed the regular season finale vs.
                 Baltimore on Jan. 1, due to a knee injury.
                 2004: Started all 16 games for the Buccaneers at right guard…Helped Tampa Bay rush for 1,489 yards (3.8 avg.)
                 and 9 TDs, while allowing 44 sacks…Started his 50th career game at Oakland on Sept. 26.
                 2003: Started all 16 games, the last 10 at right guard…A member of the offensive line that prevented QB Brad
                 Johnson from being sacked in a team-record 160 consecutive pass attempts…Part of an offense that reached all-
                 time Tampa Bay season-highs in both total offense (340.8 ypg) and passing offense (237.8 ypg), while ranking in
                 the league’s Top 10 in both categories.
                 2002: Started and played in 15 of 16 regular season games and all three playoff games, including the
                 Buccaneers’ 48-21 Super Bowl win over Oakland... Helped provide time for QB Brad Johnson to pass for a club-
                 record 22 TDs...In the playoffs, helped the offense average more than 100 yards on the ground while allowing
                 just one sack in 100 passing situations.
                 2001: Started all 16 games and one playoff contest...Played a role in allowing Tampa Bay WR Keyshawn
                 Johnson to set a club single-season mark with 106 receptions...Helped QB Brad Johnson establish four single-
                 season records, including best completion percentage (60.8%) and most pass completions (340)...Part of offen-
                 sive line that blocked for Pro Bowl FB Mike Alstott, who rushed for a career-high 10 TDs...Keyed an offensive
                 attack which tied a Bucs single-game record with 48 points vs. New Orleans on Dec. 23.
                 2000: Played in eight games at both guard positions...Made his NFL debut in week one at New England on Sept. 3.
                 COLLEGE: Started all 13 contests on the offensive line for Tennessee, helping the Vols win the 1998 national
                 title…Bypassed his senior season to enter NFL Draft...Started 35 games over three seasons, including 30 con-
                 secutive starts...Capped off stellar career by earning All-America honors from the Associated Press, Walter Camp,
                 Football Writers Association of America, American Football Coaches Association and Football News as a junior
                 in 1999...Also named an All-SEC First-Team selection...Started all 12 games as a sophomore and did not allow a
                 sack...Named to the All-SEC First-Team and Associated Press Second-Team, helping Volunteers to 13-0 mark and
                 national title…Helped Tennessee backs rush for 200-plus yards 11 times…Majored in general studies.
                 PERSONAL: Earned USA Today All-America honors at Southwest DeKalb High School in Clarkston, Ga...Four-
                 year starter at tackle and three-year starter at defensive tackle...Two-time all-state performer who graded out at
                 86 percent for blocking consistency and produced 86 tackles and 3 forced fumbles on defense as a senior...Also
                 lettered in basketball...Born Cosey Clinton Coleman on Oct. 27, 1978 in New Orleans, La.

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                        WR JOSHUA CRIBBS 16
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: JUNE 9, 1983
                        YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-1                                  COLLEGE: KENT STATE
                        WEIGHT: 192
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (14/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 14 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by Cleveland
on April 29, 2005.                                                                   FUN FACTS
                                                                             • Converted college quarterback
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Returned a kickoff for a 90-yard TD vs. Detroit on          from Kent State, earned a roster
Oct. 23.                                                                       spot as an undrafted rookie free
                                                                               agent in 2005.
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2005: Earned a roster spot during training camp as an undrafted rookie         kickoff return yards in 2005.
special teamer and appeared in 14 games with 45 kickoffs for 1,094 yards     • Active in the Cleveland communi-
and 1 TD…Returned a kickoff 90 yards for a TD vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…His       ty with appearances with the
1,094 yards set a franchise record for the most kickoff return yardage in a    Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospi-
season…His 45 kickoff returns in a season rank sixth most in team histo-       tal, the Cleveland Foodbank and
ry…Ranked second on the club with 19 special teams tackles…Game 1 vs.          helped renovate Bump Taylor
Cincinnati 9/11: Made his NFL debut by playing on special teams...Had 1        Field as part of the NFL Grass-
kickoff return for 14 yards…Added 1 special teams tackle…Left the game         roots Field Renovation.
in the 2nd quarter with a left knee injury and did not return…Game 2 at
Green Bay 9/18: Inactive (left knee)…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Inactive (left knee)…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9:
Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 61 yards (20.3 avg.), including a long of 22 yards…Added 1 spe-
cial teams tackle…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 61 yards (20.3
avg.)…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Played on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for 152 yards (38.0 avg.), includ-
ing a 90-yard return for a TD…In the 2nd quarter, returned a kickoff 90 yards for a TD to give the Browns a 10-7
lead…The kickoff return for TD was his first in the NFL and he became only the fifth Browns rookie to return a
kickoff for a TD…His 152 kickoff return yards ranks 12th most in franchise history for return yards in a game, and
second among rookies…Also added 2 solo tackles…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Played on special teams with 4
kickoff returns for 102 yards (25.5 avg.), including a long of 29 yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Played on spe-
cial teams with 1 kickoff return for 4 yards and 1 punt return for 5 yards…Also added 2 special teams tack-
les…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 65 yards (21.7 avg.), includ-
ing a long of 25 yards…Left the game in the 3rd quarter (stinger) and did not return…Added 4 special teams tack-
les…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Played on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 16 yards…Added 2 special teams
tackles…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Played on special teams with 5 kickoff returns for 155 yards (31.0 avg.),
including a long of 48 yards…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Played on special teams with 4 kickoff returns for
75 yards (18.8 avg.)…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Played WR and on special
teams with 4 kickoff returns for 87 yards (21.8 avg.), including a long of 31 yards…Had 1 special teams tackle…
Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Played WR and recorded his first NFL reception with a 7-yard catch in the 1st quar-
ter…Also played on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 48 yards…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 15 vs.
Pittsburgh 12/24: Played WR and also on special teams with a career-high 6 kickoff returns for 126 yards (21.0
avg.), including a long of 28 yards…Made 2 special teams tackles…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Played on special
teams with 5 kickoff returns for 128 yards (25.6 avg.), including a long of 54 yards…In the 3rd quarter, returned
a kickoff 54 yards and three plays later, QB Charlie Frye connected with WR Antonio Bryant for a 6-yard TD pass
to cut the deficit to 16-13…Added 2 special teams tackles.
COLLEGE: Collegiate QB-turned-WR was a four-year starter and Kent State’s all-time total offense leader with
10,839 yards…Rushed and passed for 1,000 yards in three of four seasons and passed for 55 TDs and rushed for
another 38 TDs during his career…Honorable Mention All-MAC performer who set eight career, four single-sea-
son and two single-game school records…One of only two players in NCAA history with 1,000 yards passing and
1,000 yards rushing in two seasons…Had 12 career games with 100 or more yards both rushing and passing…
Holds school records in pass completions (616), attempts (1,123) and yards (7,169) and ranks second in TD pass-
es (40) and third in completion percentage (54.9%)…Kent State’s third leading rusher all-time with 3,670 yards
and a school-record 38 TDs…Scored 41 total TDs and scored 246 points, both school records…Holds MAC record
for rushing yards by a QB…In 2004, completed 216-of-335 for 2,215 yards passing and 17 TDs and also ran for
893 yards on 170 attempts (5.3 avg.) and 9 TDs…Started 10 games at QB after sitting out the season opener…
Ranked fourth nationally in total offense, averaging 310.8 yards per game…Named team’s Outstanding Offensive
Player for the second straight season…Set school records by completing 216 passes (64.5%)… Accounted for
26 TDs with 17 passing, 9 rushing and 1 receiving…Completed 216-of-335 attempts for 2,215 yards, which was
the fourth-highest total in school history…Added 2 receptions for 32 yards, including a 19-yard TD…Also punted
10 times for a 29.3-yard average, including a long of 50, and nailed 7 In20…Had five games in which he ran for
100 yards and passed for 100 yards…Named to the All-MAC Team as an honorable mention selection and
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                 also received honorable mention from Collegefootballnews.com…In 2003, started all 12 games at QB and was
                 named team’s Outstanding Offensive Player and selected a permanent team captain at the end of the season…
                 Set school record with 3,125 yards of total offense…Accounted for 29 TDs with 14 passing, 14 rushing and 1
                 receiving…Completed 178-of-364 attempts for 2,242 yards, which was the second-highest total in school histo-
                 ry…Also led the team with 701 yards rushing on 161 carries…Led the team to its second-highest scoring aver-
                 age (26.8 ppg) in the last 30 years with a school-record eight 30-point games, including each of the last six…In
                 2002, ran for 1,057 yards and passed for 1,014 more in becoming only the second player in I-A history with two
                 “double-1,000” seasons…Rushed 137 times for 10 TDs and a 7.72-yard average that led the nation…Was 91-of-
                 186 passing with 4 TDs and 14 interceptions…His rushing total was the sixth-best in school history and his total
                 offense aggregate was sixth (2,071)…Served as a team co-captain…In 2001, took over the starting QB duties in
                 the third game of the season and became the first freshman in Division I-A history to run and pass for more
                 than 1,000 yards each in a single season…Was 131-of-238 for 1,516 yards and 10 TDs passing and rushed for
                 1,019 yards on 164 attempts (6.2 avg.) and 5 TDs as a freshman for 2,535 yards of total offense…Runner-up for
                 MAC Freshman-of-the-Year honors to Miami QB Ben Roethlisberger…Ranked fifth in the MAC in rushing and
                 eighth in passing (137.8 ypg)…Finished fourth in the MAC in total offense (230.5 ypg)…Voted team’s Outstanding
                 Offensive Player.
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                 PERSONAL: Earned first-team all-metro honors from the Washington Post and the D.C. Pigskins Club as a sen-
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                 ior at Dunbar High School in Washington, D.C…Selected to SuperPrep magazine’s all-region team and the
                 DCAreaPreps.com All-Net Team…Led the Crimson Tide to the DCIAA West Division title and the city champi-
                 onship with a 9-3 record…Named team’s most valuable player…Completed 130-of-277 pass attempts for 2,258
                 yards as a senior and tossed 23 TDs and ran for 7 TDs...Earned letters in football, baseball, basketball and swim-
                 ming…Born June 9, 1983 in Washington, D.C….Pre-business major.
                                                     CRIBBS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RECEPTIONS: 1 at Oakland 12/18/05
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 7 at Oakland 12/18/05
                 LONG RECEPTION: 7 at Oakland 12/18/05
                 KICKOFF RETURNS: 6 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24/05
                 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 155 at Minnesota 11/27/05
                 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 90t vs. Detroit 10/23/05
                 KICKOFF RETURN FOR TD: 1 vs. Detroit 10/23/05 (90-yard TD)
                 PUNT RETURNS: 1 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
                 PUNT RETURN YARDS: 5 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05

                 CRIBBS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE      STATISTICS
                 YEAR TEAM          GP         GS     NO      YDS     AVG      LG        TD        NO      YDS    AVG      LG   TD
                 2005 Cleveland     14          0      1       7       7.0      7         0         0       0      0.0      0    0
                 NFL TOTALS         14          0      1       7      7.0       7         0         0       0     0.0       0    0

                 CRIBBS’ CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                           KICKOFF RETURNS                                               PUNT RETURNS        SP T
                 YEAR TEAM         NO     YDS     AVG    LG             TD          NO        FC       YDS AVG LG        TD TACKLE
                 2005 Cleveland     45    1,094   24.3   90t             1           1         0        5    5.0   5      0   19
                 NFL TOTALS         45 1,094 24.3        90T             1           1         0        5    5.0   5      0   19

                 CRIBBS’ 2005 SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                                 KICKOFF RETURNS                                           PUNT RETURNS
                 DATE       OPP          NO      YDS      AVG  LG              TD              NO         YDS    AVG    LG      TD
                 9/11       Cin.          1       14      14.0  14              0               0          0      0.0    0       0
                 9/18       @ G.B.        Inactive (knee)
                 9/25       @ Ind.        Inactive (knee)
                 10/9       Chi.          3       61      20.3  22             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 10/16      @ Balt.       3       61      20.3  24             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 10/23      Det.          4      152      38.0 90t             1                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 10/30      @ Hou.        4      102      25.5  29             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 11/6       Tenn.         1        4       4.0   4             0                   1       5      5.0      5    0
                 11/13      @ Pitt.       3       65      21.7  25             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 11/20      Mia.          1       16      16.0  16             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 11/27      @ Minn.       5      155      31.0  48             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 12/4       Jack.         4       75      18.8  28             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 12/11      @ Cin.        4       87      21.8  31             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 12/18      @ Oak.        1       48      48.0  48             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 12/24      Pitt.         6      126      21.0  28             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 1/1        Balt.         5      128      25.6  54             0                   0       0      0.0      0    0
                 TOTALS     14 GM        45 1,094         24.3 90T             1                   1        5     5.0      5    0


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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 5TH                           BIRTHDATE: DEC. 23, 1978
                        YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                              ACQUIRED: D (5) – ’02
                        HEIGHT: 6-1                                   COLLEGE: FLORIDA
                        WEIGHT: 254
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (16/0, 1                         1 1);
                                                           /0); 2003 (16/16); 2004 (1 /1 2005 (16/16).
                        CAREER GAMES: 59 games, 43 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cleveland in the fifth round, 141st
overall, in the 2002 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland to a five-year contract            FUN FACTS
extension on Dec. 15, 2005.                                                    • Signed a five-year contract exten-
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Recorded a career-high and team-high 199 tackles              sion through the 2010 season.
in 2005…Established a career-high 20 tackles at Green Bay on Sept. 18,         • First person from his hometown
2005…Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week following a 14-tackle per-           of Live Oak, Fla., and Suwanee




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formance in a 22-0 shutout victory vs. Miami on Nov. 20, 2005…Had a              High School to play professional




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breakout sophomore season with the Browns in 2003 and led the club               sports.
with 170 tackles…Had a career-high 4 sacks at Kansas City on Nov. 9,
2003, which matched a franchise high…Recorded his first career inter-          • Former teammate Gerard Warren
ception at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, 2002 on a pass from Tommy Maddox.             from the Browns and the Uni-
                                                                                 versity of Florida is the godfather
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               to Davis’ daughter, Alisha.

2005: Started all 16 games at middle linebacker and recorded 199 tackles, including 103 solo, 8 TFL, 2 sacks for
22 yards, 11 QB pressures and 5 PBU…Led the team and set a career-high with 199 tackles…Established a career-
high 20 tackles at Green Bay on Sept. 18…Led or tied for the team lead in tackles in 13 games…Named AFC
Defensive Player of the Week with 14 tackles in a 22-0 shutout vs. Miami on Nov. 20…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11:
Started at MLB and led the team with 16 tackles, including 6 solo, 1 TFL and 1 QB pressure…Game 2 at Green
Bay 9/18: Started at MLB and established a career-high and led the team with 20 tackles, including 11 solo, and
1 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that limited Packers RB Ahman Green to 54 yards rushing and forced two turn-
overs…In the 1st quarter tipped a pass from Brett Favre intended for TE Bubba Franks that was intercepted by
DB Daylon McCutcheon at the Green Bay 36-yard line, and returned 14 yards to the Packers 22-yard line, and
nine-plays later, K Phil Dawson connected on a 21-yard FG to open a 10-7 lead…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25:
Started at MLB and ranked second on the team lead with 12 tackles, including 7 solo, and 2 QB pressures…Part
of a defensive effort that limited a potent Colts offense to 339 yards of offense and only one TD…Game 4 vs.
Chicago 10/9: Started at MLB and tied for the team lead with 14 tackles, including 7 solo…Part of a defensive
effort that limited the Bears to 266 yards of offense, including only 90 net yards passing, recorded four sacks and
forced three turnovers…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Started at MLB and led the team with 16 tackles, including
9 solo, 1 TFL, 2 QB pressures and 1 PBU…In the 2nd quarter, tipped a pass from Ravens QB Anthony Wright
intended for TE Todd Heap which was intercepted by DB Gary Baxter at the Cleveland 6-yard line and returned
10 yards to the Cleveland 16-yard line…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started at MLB and led the team with 13 tack-
les, including 6 solo…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started at MLB and led the team with 11 tackles, 8 solo, 1 sack
for 12 yards and 1 QB pressure…In the 3rd quarter sacked Houston QB David Carr for a 12-yard loss to force a
4th and 14 punting situation…Part of a defensive effort that limited Houston to only 237 yards of offense, includ-
ing 120 net passing yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started at MLB and led the club with 10 tackles, includ-
ing 5 solo, 1 TFL, and 1 sack for 10 yards…Late in the 4th quarter, added a 10-yard sack of Titans QB Steve McNair
on a fourth-and-eight situation to allow the Browns to gain possession on downs…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13:
Started at MLB and tied for the team lead with 9 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20:
Started at MLB and led the team with 14 tackles, including 6 solo, 2 TFL, 1 QB pressure and a career-high 2
PBU…Was named AFC Defensive Player-of-the-Week…In the 1st quarter, pressured Miami QB Sage Rosenfels on
a pass attempt which was intercepted by LB Matt Stewart and 10-plays later K Phil Dawson kicked a 23-yard FG
to open an early 9-0 lead…Part of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team’s first shutout since Nov.
21, 2001, and limited Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game 11 at Minnesota
11/27: Started at MLB and led the team with 13 tackles, including 8 solo…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started
at MLB and led the team with 11 tackles, including 6 solo, 1 TFL…Part of a defensive effort that limited the
Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only 102 net yards passing…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started
at MLB and tied for the team lead with 10 tackles, including 4 solo, and 1 interception for 14 yards…Recorded his
first interception of the year in the 2nd quarter as he intercepted a pass from Bengals QB Carson Palmer intend-
ed for WR Chad Johnson at the Cincinnati 33-yard line and returned it 14 yards to the Bengals 19-yard line, and
five plays later Charlie Frye connected with TE Steve Heiden on a 2-yard TD pass to open a 14-7 lead…Game 14
at Oakland 12/18: Started at MLB and ranked second on the club with 8 tackles, including 2 solo, and 2 QB pres-
sures…Part of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to 256 net yards of offense, including only 113 net passing
yards, recorded three sacks and forced one interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started at MLB and
totaled 8 tackles, including 7 solo…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at MLB and led the team with 14 tackles,
including 5 solo, 1 TFL, 2 QB pressures and 1 PBU.
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                 2004: Started the first 11 games at middle linebacker and totaled 89 tackles, including 57 solo, with 0.5 sacks for
                 3.5 yards, 3 interceptions for 35 yards and 3 PBU…Suffered a knee injury vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 28, which forced
                 him to miss the final five regular season games as he was placed on Injured Reserve…His 89 tackles ended up
                 ranked third on the team and at the time of his injury he ranked second on the club…His 3 interceptions marked
                 a career-high and ranked second on the club…Topped the ten-tackle plateau on three occasions with a season-
                 high 11 tackles at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26, vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, and vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…Started in the
                 regular season opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, with 7 tackles, including 3 solo, 1 interception and 1 PBU…
                 Started at Dallas on Sept. 19, and tied for second on the club with 8 tackles and ranked second on the club with
                 11 tackles at N.Y. on Sept. 26…Started vs. Washington on Oct. 3, and recorded 5 solo tackles and recovered a
                 Clinton Portis fumble in the 3rd quarter, which led to a game-tying TD…Started at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10, and led
                 the team with 9 tackles and led the club with 7 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17…Tied for second on
                 the team with 8 tackles, 1 interception for 3 yards and 1 PBU vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24…Started at Baltimore on
                 Nov. 7, with 9 tackles and tied for the team lead with 11 tackles vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14…Started and tied for
                 the team lead with 11 tackles and a shared sack with Gerard Warren for 7 yards vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…Started
                 at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, with 3 tackles and 1 interception for 30 yards…Left the game in the 3rd quarter with a
                 left knee sprain…Placed on Injured-Reserve on Dec. 1.
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                 2003: Thrived during his second season with the Browns, as he earned the starting middle linebacker position
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                 during training camp and led the Browns with 170 tackles, including 114 solo…Added 5 sacks for 28 yards, 5 PBU,
                 1 forced fumble and 2 TFL…Led or was tied for the team lead in tackles in seven contests and recorded 10 or
                 more tackles on eight different occasions…Established a career-high 16 tackles at Denver on Dec. 14…Matched
                 a franchise record (Jerry Sherk, 1976; Mack Mitchell, 1977) by recording 4 sacks for 20 yards at Kansas City on
                 Nov. 9…Voted as the 2003 team MVP by local chapter of the PFWA…Made his first NFL start at MLB vs.
                 Indianapolis on Sept. 7, and led the club with 13 tackles, including 10 solo…Started and led the club with 15
                 tackles at Baltimore on Sept. 14…Led the club with 12 tackles, including 10 solo at San Francisco on Sept. 21,
                 and assisted on both goal line stops in the 1st quarter as the Browns defense denied 49ers RB Garrison Hearst
                 on 3rd and 1 for no gain and FB Fred Beasley for no gain on 4th and 1…Started and recorded 8 tackles vs.
                 Cincinnati on Sept. 28, and tied for the team lead with 7 tackles, including 5 solo and 1 PBU at Pittsburgh on
                 Oct. 5…Ranked second on the club with 8 tackles and 1 QB pressure vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, and recorded 7 tack-
                 les and 1 QB pressure vs. San Diego on Oct. 19…Tied for third on the club with 11 tackles, including 8 solo at
                 New England on Oct. 26…Started at Kansas City on Nov. 9, and had a career-day as he led the club with 14 tack-
                 les, including 10 solo, 4 sacks for 20 yards, 1 forced fumble and 1 PBU…His four sacks marked the first sacks of
                 his NFL career and also tied him with Jerry Sherk (4 vs. Philadelphia, 11/14/76) and Mack Mitchell (4 vs. N.Y.
                 Giants, 11/20/77) for the most single-game sacks in franchise history…Dropped Chiefs QB Trent Green for a
                 13-yard loss in the 1st quarter, a 5-yard loss in the 2nd quarter, and two sacks in the 4th quarter with a 0-yard
                 gain and a 2-yard sack of WR Dante Hall attempting a pass on a rollout…Started and recorded 8 tackles
                 vs. Arizona on Nov. 16, and 9 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 QB hit vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23…Led the team with 15 tack-
                 les, 1 sack for 8 yards and 1 PBU at Seattle on Nov. 30… Started vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8, on Monday Night Football
                 with 7 tackles…Added a career-high 16 tackles, including 9 solo and 2 QB pressures at Denver on Dec. 14…Had
                 9 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21…In the regular season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, added 11 tack-
                 les, including 6 solo, 1 TFL and 1 PBU.
                 2002: In his rookie season saw limited action at middle linebacker and nickel linebacker positions with
                 4 tackles, including 3 solos, and 1 interception…Key contributor on special teams as he ranked third on the
                 club with 16 special teams tackles and also added 1 recovered fumble…Made his NFL debut vs. Kansas
                 City on Sept. 8, by playing on special teams…Had a season-high 2 tackles at Tennessee on Sept. 22…Recorded
                 his first career interception at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, with an interception in overtime on a pass from Steelers
                 QB Tommy Maddux and also added 1 solo tackle…Played on special teams vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6, with 2 tack-
                 les…Played linebacker in the nickel defensive package at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, and vs. Houston on Oct. 20, with
                 1 tackle and 3 special teams tackles…Played on special teams with 1 tackle at Cincinnati on Nov. 17, and made a
                 key fumble recovery on special teams at New Orleans on Nov. 24, and two plays later WR Dennis Northcutt ran
                 36 yards for a TD…Added 1 special teams tackle at Jacksonville on Dec. 8, and 3 special teams tackles vs. Indian-
                 apolis on Dec. 15…Recorded 1 special teams tackle at Baltimore on Dec. 22, and vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29…In the
                 AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, 2003, played on special teams.
                 COLLEGE: A redshirt senior who returned to action in 2001 after suffering a knee injury in the 2000 season open-
                 er…The co-recipient of the defensive unit’s Most Inspirational Player award in the spring of 2001, he started 23
                 of the 35 games he played in for the Gators…Finished with 232 tackles, 154 solos, 5 sacks for 39 yards, 24 TFL,
                 4 forced fumbles and 3 recovered fumbles…In 2001 as a redshirt senior, named Associated Press and Football
                 News All-Southeastern Conference first team selection…Semifinalist for the Butkus Award, given to the nation’s
                 top linebacker…Added second team All-America honors from The Sporting News…Started every game at MLB,
                 leading the team with 107 tackles, 68 solos, 2 sacks for 14 yards, 10 TFL, 2 recovered fumbles, 1 forced fumble
                 and 1 interception…In 2000 entered the season as the squad’s most experienced inside linebacker, but suffered
                 a knee injury in the season opener and missed the rest of the season…As a junior in 1999, was a starter at MLB
                 and also saw duty on special teams...Played in all 12 games, with 11 starts and recorded 109 tackles, 74 solos,
                 with 3 sacks for 25 yards, 12 TFL, 4 QB pressures, 6 PBU and 2 forced fumbles…As a sophomore in 1998, saw
                 action in 11 games with 11 tackles, 8 solos, 2 TFL and added 9 special teams tackles…As a freshman in 1997,
                 redshirted and worked with the scout team as a linebacker.

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PERSONAL: An outstanding linebacker and fullback for Suwanee (Fla.) High School, who garnered All-America
recognition as a linebacker...Received Super Prep All-America honors and was ranked among the nation’s
top 15 linebackers...Ranked among the top 12 players overall in the state of Florida by Super Prep and among
the Top 10 linebackers in the SEC region by Prep Star…Three-year starter and named second team all-state (4A)
in 1995 and first team in 1996...Due to injury, he played in just seven games in 1996, but registered 105 total
tackles with 7 sacks and rushed for 751 yards as a fullback with 4 TDs...Was team captain for both his football
and basketball teams…Recreation program delivery major at Florida…Volunteers as the youth director at his
church school…Son of Vernon Keith Davis and Kaffa Virginia Owens…Born Andra (pronounced on-DRAY)
Raynard Davis on Dec. 23, 1978 in Live Oak, Fla…Davis and his wife, Monique, have two daughters, Alisha
(12/1/00) and Amber (9/8/03)…Donates his time to various Cleveland area charitable causes including the
Cleveland Clinic, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and also assisted
donating turkeys to Cleveland area residents during the holidays and supported the holiday kickoff campaign
for Toys For Tots.
                                    DAVIS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 20 at Green Bay 9/18/05




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SACKS: 4 at Kansas City 11/9/03




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FORCED FUMBLES: 1 at Kansas City 11/9/03
RECOVERED FUMBLE: 1 vs. Washington 10/3/04
INTERCEPTIONS: 1 at Pittsburgh 9/29/02; vs. Baltimore 9/12/04; vs. Philadelphia 10/24/04; at Cincinnati 11/28/04;
at Cincinnati 12/11/05
PBU: 2 vs. Miami 11/20/05

DAVIS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                             TACKLES                          QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL             SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2002 Cleveland 16 0   4    3   1    0              0.0    0.0  0  1     0  0 0 0 0 0 0       16
2003 Cleveland 16 16 170 116 54 2                  5.0   28.0 0   0     0  0 0 5 1 0 0        1
2004 Cleveland 11 11 89 57     32 0                0.5    3.0  0  3    35 30 0 3 0 1 0        1
2005 Cleveland 16 16 199 111 88 8                  2.0   22.0 11  1    14 14 0 5 0 0 0        0
NFL TOTALS     59 43 462 287 175 10                7.5   53.0 11 5 49 30 0 13 1 1 0          18

DAVIS’ CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                               TACKLES          QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2002 Cleveland 0 0      0   0     0   0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
NFL    TOTALS    0 0    0   0    0    0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0

DAVIS’ 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                       TACKLES                 SACKS                   INT’S                  FUMBLES
DATE      OPP     TOTAL      SOLO   ASST      NO/YDS                  NO/YDS        PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
9/11      Cin.      16          6      9         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          1
9/18      @ G.B.    20         11      9         0/0                     0/0         1           0/0          0
9/25      @ Ind.    12          7      5         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          0
10/9      Chi.      14          7      7         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          0
10/16     @ Balt.   16         9       6         0/0                     0/0         1           0/0          1
10/23     Det.      13          6      7         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          0
10/30     @ Hou.    11          8      3        1/12                     0/0         0           0/0          0
11/6      Tenn.     10          5      4        1/10                     0/0         0           0/0          1
11/13     @ Pitt.    9          2      6         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          1
11/20     Mia.      14          6      6         0/0                     0/0         2           0/0          2
11/27     @ Minn. 13            8      5         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          0
12/4      Jack.     11         6       4         0/0                    0/0          0           0/0          1
12/11     @ Cin.    10         4       6         0/0                    1/14         0           0/0          0
12/18     @ Oak.     8         6       2         0/0                    0/0          0           0/0          0
12/24     Pitt.      8          7      1         0/0                     0/0         0           0/0          0
1/1       Balt.     14          5      8         0/0                     0/0         1           0/0          1
TOTALS    16 GM    199        103     88        2/22                   1/14          5          0/0           8




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                 DAVIS’ 2004 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                        TACKLES                 SACKS                  INT’S                 FUMBLES
                 DATE      OPP     TOTAL      SOLO       ASST  NO/YDS                 NO/YDS       PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
                 9/12      Balt.      7         3           4     0/0                    1/2        1           0/0          0
                 9/19      @ Dal.     8         3           5     0/0                    0/0        0           0/0          0
                 9/26      @ NYG     11         6           5     0/0                    0/0        0           0/0          0
                 10/3      Wash.      5         5           0     0/0                    0/0        0           1/0          0
                 10/10     @ Pitt.    9         7           2     0/0                    0/0        0           0/0          0
                 10/17     Cin.       7         3           4     0/0                    0/0        1           0/0          0
                 10/24     Phil.      8         7           1     0/0                    1/3        1           0/0          0
                 11/7      @ Balt.    9         5           4     0/0                    0/0        0           0/0          0
                 11/14     Pitt.     11         9           2     0/0                    0/0        0           0/0          0
                 11/21     N.Y.J     11         7           4    0.5/3                   0/0        0           0/0          0
                 11/28     @ Cin.     3         2           1     0/0                   1/30        0           0/0          0
                 12/5      N.E.      Injured Reserve (knee)
                 12/12     @ Buff.   Injured Reserve (knee)
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                 12/19     S.D.      Injured Reserve (knee)
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                 12/26     @ Mia.    Injured Reserve (knee)
                 1/2       @ Hou.    Injured Reserve (knee)
                 TOTALS    11 GM     89        57         32    0.5/3                  3/35          3          1/0          0
                 DAVIS’ 2003 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                        TACKLES                 SACKS                  INT’S                 FUMBLES
                 DATE      OPP     TOTAL      SOLO       ASST  NO/YDS                 NO/YDS       PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
                 9/7       Ind.      13         10          3     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 9/14      @ Balt.   15         10          5     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 9/21      @ S.F.    12         10          2     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 9/28      Cin.       8          7          1     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 10/5      @ Pitt.    7          5          2     0/0                   0/0         1           0/0          0
                 10/12     Oak.       8          5          3     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 10/19     S.D.       7          5          2     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 10/26     @ N.E.    11          8          3     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 11/9      @ K.C.    14         10          4    4/20                   0/0         1           0/1          0
                 11/16     Ariz.      8          5          3     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 11/23     Pitt.      9          6          2     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          1
                 11/30     @ Sea.    15          9          6     1/8                   0/0         1           0/0          0
                 12/8      St. L.     7          5          2     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 12/14     @ Den.    16          9          7     0/0                   0/0         0           0/0          0
                 12/21     Balt.      9          4          5     0/0                   0/0         1           0/0          0
                 12/28     @ Cin.    11          6          4     0/0                   0/0         1           0/0          1
                 TOTALS    16 GM    170        114        54     5/28                   0/0         5          0/1           2


                                        K PHIL DAWSON 4
                                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 8TH                    BIRTHDATE: JAN. 23, 1975
                                        YEAR IN NFL: 8TH                       ACQUIRED: FA – ’99
                                        HEIGHT: 5-11                           COLLEGE: TEXAS
                                        WEIGHT: 201
                                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1998 (0/0); 1999 (15/0); 2000 (16/0); 2001 (16/0);
                                        2002 (16/0, 1/0); 2003 (13/0); 2004 (16/0); 2005 (16/0).
                                        CAREER GAMES: 108 games, 0 starts.
                                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Oakland as free agent on April 24, 1998…Claimed by New England off
                 waivers on Aug. 21, 1998…Signed by New England to practice squad on Aug. 31, 1998…Signed by Cleveland as
                 a free agent on March 25, 1999…Signed by Cleveland to a four-year contract on April 26, 2002…Signed by
                 Cleveland to a five-year contract extension on July 15, 2005.
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Set a new career-high with 27 FG in 2005, which ranks second in franchise history (Matt
                 Stover, 29 FG, 1995)…Finished with 100 points (27-29 FG and 19-21 PAT) in 2005 for the third time in his career
                 and joined Jim Brown as the only other player in franchise history with three seasons of 100 points or more…
                 Ended the 2005 campaign as the second-most accurate kicker in NFL history (135-161) with an 83.8% career FG
                 pct…Nailed a 37-yard FG at time expired for a 9-7 win at Oakland on Dec. 18, and was named AFC Special Teams
                 Player of the Week…Established a franchise record 27 consecutive FG made from 2003 to 2004… Matched a
                 career-high 100 points in 2004 by connecting on 24-29 FG and 28-28 PAT…Established a career high in 2002 with
                 100 points by connecting on 22-of-28 FG and 34-35 PAT…Added a career-high 5 FG and 16 points (5 FG, 1 PAT)
                 at Houston on Jan. 2, 2005…Made a career-long 52-yard field goal vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, 2002 and matched
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with a 52-yarder vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, 2003…Nailed a 33-yard FG in                  FUN FACTS
overtime to lift the Browns to a 31-28 win at Tennessee on Sept. 22,           • Ranks as the franchise leader in
2002…Connected on a 44-yard FG with 55 seconds remaining in the 4th              FG percentage with 83.8% (135-
quarter to give the Browns a 41-38 win at Tennessee on Dec. 30, 2001…            161) and ranks second all-time in
Nailed a 39-yard attempt as time expired to lift the Browns to a 16-15 win       NFL history in accuracy.
at Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, 1999…Scored his first NFL touchdown on a             • Has seven game-winning kicks,
4-yard fake field goal attempt vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 10, 1999… Connected        including three as time expired, in
on his first NFL field goal attempt, making good from 41 yards, against the      his seven seasons with the Browns.
Tennessee Titans on Sept. 26, 1999.                                            • Phil and his wife, Shannon, have
                                                                                 launched the Phil Dawson Home
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               Field Advantage Foundation aimed
2005: Finished the season with 100 points for the third time in his career       at supporting children and families
on 27-29 FG and 19-21 PAT…Set a new career-high with 27 FG, the high-            throughout the adoption process.
est since Matt Stover’s 29 in 1995…Voted AFC Special Teams Player of • Is the longest active tenured
the Week after hitting three field goals in a 9-7 win, including the game-       member of the Browns.
winner at Oakland on Dec. 18…Ranks as the second-most accurate kick- • Over the last five seasons with




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er in NFL history (135-161 FG and 83.8%) behind the Colts’ K Mike




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                                                                                 Dawson kicking off, the Browns
Vanderjagt…Appeared in all 16 games and finished with two 10-point               rank third in the NFL in average
games at Houston on Oct. 30, and vs. Miami on Nov. 20…Game 1 vs.                 kickoff return against (20.6 avg.).
Cincinnati 9/11: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-1 PAT for 7 points…Opened the
scoring with a 29-yard FG in the 1st quarter, as he capped a 12-play, 59-      • Has helped the Browns rank in the
yard (6:19) drive to open an early 3-0 lead…Added a 34-yard FG in the 4th        top 10 in overall special teams
quarter…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-3 PAT for 8             ranking in three of the last four
points…In the 2nd quarter, converted a 21-yard FG to cap an 8-play, 19-          seasons.
yard (4:11) drive as the Browns opened a 10-7 lead…Just before the half, • Scored the first regular season
extended the Browns lead to 13-7 with a 39-yard FG with 17 second                rushing TD for the Browns at Cleve-
remaining to cap an 11-play, 62-yard (3:23) drive…Had a PAT blocked in           land Browns Stadium with a 4-yard
the 3rd quarter, which snapped a streak of 45 consecutive PATs made (at          TD run on a fake field goal attempt
Pittsburgh 10/5/03)…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Converted 2-2 FG for            vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 10, 1999.
six points…In the 4th quarter, added a 22-yard FG as he topped the 500 • Phil’s wife, Shannon, is an
point plateau in his NFL career (502 career points)…In the 2nd quarter,          accomplished singer who has
capped an 11-play, 53-yard (5:58) drive with a 40-yard FG to cut the lead        sung the National Anthem prior
to 7-3…Added a 40-yard FG in the 4th quarter to cap a 19-play, 86-yard           to Browns home games, toured
(7:58) drive to cut the lead to 13-6…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Converted          with Wayne Newton from 1992-
2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…Opened the scoring in the 1st quarter            94 and sang at George W. Bush’s
with a 19-yard FG…Added a 44-yard FG late in the 2nd quarter, as he              Inauguration after being elected
capped an eight-play, 36-yard (1:38) drive, to open a 6-3 halftime lead…         Governor of Texas (1994).
Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Converted 1-1 FG for 3 points…Capped a
13-play, 61-yard (7:23) drive in the 3rd quarter with a 24-yard FG….Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Converted 1-1 FG
and 1-1 PAT for 4 points…In the 1st quarter capped a 9-play, 44-yard (5:31) drive with a 30-yard FG…Game 7 at
Houston 10/30: Converted 3-3 FG and 1-1 PAT for 10 points…Connected on a 28-yard FG at the end of the 1st
quarter to open a 10-7 lead…Added a 29-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to open a 13-7 lead…Converted a 37-yard
FG in the 4th quarter to tie the game, 16-16…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Converted 2-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8
points…In the 3rd quarter, connected on a 37-yard FG to open a 10-7 lead…Added a 19-yard FG in the 4th quar-
ter to extend the lead to 20-7…Missed a 39-yard FG in the 4th quarter, which snapped a streak of 20 consecu-
tive FG made and was his first miss of the season…Played in his 100th career game…Game 9 at Pittsburgh
11/13: Converted 3-3 PAT for 3 points…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Converted 3-3 FG and 1-2 PAT for 10 points…
In the 1st quarter, capped a 10-play, 55-yard (5:12) drive with a 23-yard FG to open a 9-0 lead…At the end of the
2nd quarter, added a 40-yard FG to open a 12-0 lead heading into the half…Added a 24-yard FG in the 3rd quar-
ter for a 22-0 lead…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Converted 2-2 FG for 6 points…Connected on a 32-yard FG
on the final play of the 2nd quarter…Added a 38-yard FG in the 3rd quarter…Added 1 tackle on special teams…
Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Converted 2-2 PAT and 0-1 FG for 2 points…Missed wide left on a 34-yard
attempt in the 2nd quarter…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…Capped
a 14-play, 60-yard (8:49) drive in the 3rd quarter with a 41-yard FG to open a 17-13 lead…Tied the game,
20-20, in the 4th quarter with a 29-yard FG…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Converted 3-3 FG including the game-
winning 37-yard FG as time expired in a 9-7 win…Was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week…The
winning kick was his seventh game-winning kick with the Browns and the third winning kick as time
expired…Now has 25 FGs made this season to establish a single-season career-high…At the end of the 2nd
quarter, nailed a 44-yard FG to cut the deficit to 7-3 at the half…In the 3rd quarter capped an 8-play, 45-yard
(2:09) drive with a 24-yard FG to cut the lead to 7-6…Nailed a 37-yard FG as time expired for a 9-7 win…Game
15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Handled kickoffs…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8
points…With 8 points matched a career-high 100 points (2002, 2004) and his 27 FGs made was a career-high
and ranks as the second most FG made in a season in franchise history (Matt Stover, 29, 1995)…In the 2nd quar-
ter, capped a 9-play, 66-yard (4:22) drive with a 21-yard FG… Connected on a 39-yard FG at the end of the 1st
half to cut the deficit to 13-6.

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                 2004: Matched a career-high 100 points on 24-29 FG and 28-28 PAT as he led the Browns in scoring…Appeared
                 in all 16 games and established a franchise record 27 consecutive FG made (vs. San Diego 10/19/03 to vs. N.Y.
                 Jets 11/21/04)…Tied a franchise record with 5 FG and established a career-high 16 points at Houston on Jan. 2…
                 Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12…Split the uprights on all 4 FG attempts for
                 12 points to extend his consecutive FG streak to 16 (dating back to 2003 season) at Dallas on Sept. 19…Added 1
                 FG and 1 PAT at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Had 2 FG and 1 PAT vs. Washington on Oct. 3…Converted 3-3 FG
                 and 2-2 PAT for 11 points at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10, and extended his consecutive FG streak to 21…Converted
                 2-2 FG and 4-4 PAT for 10 points vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, and extended his career-high consecutive FG streak
                 to 23, which also tied a franchise record (Matt Stover, 23 consecutive FG, 1994-95)…Established a franchise
                 record with his 24th consecutive FG with a 38-yard FG in the 2nd quarter against Philadelphia on Oct. 24, and fin-
                 ished with 4-4 PAT and 1 FG…Added 2-2 FG and 1 PAT at Baltimore on Nov. 7…Had 1 FG and 1 PAT at Pittsburgh
                 on Nov. 14…Converted 1-1 PAT and 0-2 FG to end his streak of 27 consecutive FGs at N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…
                 Converted 2-2 FGs and 6-6 PAT for 12 points at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, as his 6 PATs marked a career-high...Added
                 1 PAT vs. New England on Dec. 5, 1 PAT and missed a FG at Buffalo on Dec. 12…Added 1 PAT and missed a FG
                 at Miami on Dec. 26…Established a career-high 16 points on 5-5 FG and 1-1 PAT at Houston on Jan 2...His 5 FGs
                 also marked a career high and tied a franchise record (5, Matt Stover, 10/29/95 at Cincinnati; Don Cockroft,
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                 2003: Appeared in 13 games and led the club with 74 points…Converted 18-21 FG, including a long of 52 yards,
                 and 20-21 PAT for 74 points…Connected on both 50-yard attempts and matched a career-high 52-yard FG vs.
                 Oakland on Oct. 12, and a 50-yard FG at Kansas City on Nov. 9…Had a season-high 14 points with 3-3 FG and
                 5-5 PAT vs. Arizona on Nov. 16…Missed the final three games of the season after being placed on Injured-Reserve
                 with a fractured left arm…In the season opener was 2-2 FG for 6 points vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7…Added 2-2
                 FG and 1 PAT for 7 points at Baltimore on Sept. 14, and added 1 PAT at San Francisco on Sept. 21…Had 2-2 PAT
                 vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 28, and converted 2-2 FG and 3-4 PAT for 9 points at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5… Converted 2-2
                 FG, including a career-high 52-yarder and 1 PAT for 7 points vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, and also ran a fake FG for 14
                 yards and a 1st down in the 3rd quarter…Added 2-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, and
                 added 1 FG at New England on Oct. 26…Converted 2-2 FG, including a 50-yarder and 2-2 PAT for 8 points at Kansas
                 City on Nov. 9…Added 3-3 FG and 5-5 PAT for 14 points vs. Arizona on Nov. 16, and added 2-2 FG for 6 points vs.
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 23…Recorded 1 PAT at Seattle on Nov. 30, and converted 2-2 PAT vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8, and
                 left the game in the first half with an arm injury…Placed on IR with a fractured left arm on Dec. 9.
                 2002: In his fourth season with the Browns established a career-high 100 points by converting 22-28 field goals
                 (78.6%) and 34-35 PATs…Made a career-long 52-yard FG vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, and also added a 50-yard FG
                 at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13…Had the second longest consecutive FG streak in franchise history with 21 (10/7/01 to
                 9/22/02)…Nailed a 33-yard FG in overtime to lift the Browns to a 31-28 win at Tennessee on Sept. 22…Established
                 a career-high 15 points vs. Kansas City on Sept. 8, in the opener with 3-3 PATs and matched a career-high 4
                 FGs…Successful onside kicks at Tennessee on Sept. 22, with a 4th quarter kick which led to a Browns TD and sent
                 the game to overtime, and vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6, recovered his own kick in the 4th quarter…Connected on a
                 game-winning 35-yard FG in the 4th quarter at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, with 3:30 remaining to give the Browns a
                 24-21 win…Added 2 FGs and 3 PATs for 9 points in the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5.
                 2001: Had a breakout year by converting 22-25 FGs (88.0%) and 29-30 PAT for 95 points…His 15 consecutive
                 field goals to finish the year was the longest current streak in the NFL at the conclusion of the regular sea-
                 son…Also connected on 19 of his last 20 FGs…His 88.0% mark ranked second in the NFL…Named AFC Special
                 Teams Player-of-the-Week at Jacksonville on Sept. 30, with 3 FGs and 2 PATs for 11 points…Connected on all
                 4 field goal attempts vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 25, for a season-high 12 points…Had his PAT streak of 51 consecu-
                 tive PATs made come to an end vs. the Bengals with a missed PAT in the 2nd quarter, snapping a streak dating
                 back to Nov. 7, 1999 vs. Baltimore…Connected on a 44-yard field goal with 55 seconds remaining in the 4th
                 quarter to give the Browns a 41-38 win at Tennessee on Dec. 30, and finished the day with 2 FGs and 5 PATs for
                 11 points.
                 2000: In his second season with the Browns, connected on 14-of-17 field goal attempts and finished with 59
                 points (17 PATs and 14 FGs)…Was perfect from inside the 39-yard line by converting all 12 FGs…Also connected
                 on 17-of-17 PATs…Finished the year in fine style by converting on his final 8 consecutive FG attempts…Had a
                 season long 45-yard FG at Denver on Oct. 15…Established a season-high 13 points vs. New England on Nov. 12,
                 in a 19-11 win over the Patriots by connecting on 4 FGs (39, 43, 35, 35) and 1 PAT…Also had 11 points vs.
                 Pittsburgh in the Browns’ 23-20 win over the Steelers as he converted 2 PATs and FG attempts of 23, 28 and 29
                 yards, including the final 2 FGs in the 4th quarter.
                 1999: Earned the place kicking job in training camp, fending off competition from Chris Boniol and Danny
                 Kight…Totaled 53 points during the 1999 season by converting 23-of-24 PATs and 8-of-12 field goals…Had a sea-
                 son-high 49-yard FG at Baltimore on Sept. 26…Appeared in his first NFL game at Tennessee on Sept. 19, and
                 scored the first points in the Browns’ inaugural season by converting his first NFL field goal attempt on a 41-yard
                 field goal in the 2nd quarter…Scored the Browns’ first rushing TD of the season and in Cleveland Browns
                 Stadium on a 4-yard TD run on a fake field goal attempt vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 10, and also added a 33-yard FG
                 and 2 PATs for 11 points…Converted a 39-yard field goal as time expired to provide the Browns a 16-15 win at
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 14.

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1998: Claimed off waivers by New England from Oakland on Aug. 21, 1998…Spent the 1998 season on the New
England Patriots practice squad.
COLLEGE: Four-year letterman at Texas…Earned first-team All-America, All-Big 12 honors following senior sea-
son in 1997…Team captain his senior year…Was 9 of 15 from 50+yards over collegiate career, including career-
long 53-yarder against Texas Tech as a junior…In 1996 as a junior, first team All-America by Pro Football Weekly,
All-Big 12 after leading conference and finishing in the top 10 in the nation with 1.6 field goals per game…Posted
108 points in 12 games…Hit 19-of-24 field goals…Led the team in scoring in 1995…Earned honorable mention
All-America honors as a sophomore…Made four field goals of 50 or more yards, including a 52-yarder in the
Sugar Bowl…Named Dallas Morning News’ SWC Offensive Player-of-the-Week following a 50-yard field goal that
beat Virginia…Tied Texas record for consecutive PATs made with 54…Scored 80 points as a redshirt freshman in
1994…SWC’s top kicker and the nation’s top freshman kick scorer…Redshirted in 1993…Also named Academic
All-Southwest Conference in 1994-95 and All-Academic Big 12 in 1996-97.
PERSONAL: Born in West Palm Beach, Fla.…Attended Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Texas…Earned a
B.A. in political science…Ranked top place kicker in Texas as a senior…All-America and Southwest Region
Offensive Player-of-the-Year by SuperPrep…Hit 18-of-24 field goals as a senior…Also started at tackle…Makes his




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year-round home in Westlake, Ohio, with his wife, Shannon, and sons, Dru (4/13/01) and Beau (4/28/03), and




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daughter Sophiann (6/23/06)…Very involved in Cleveland community by dedicating his time visiting children at
various hospitals, including the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Children’s Hospital, Rainbow Babies and Children’s
Hospital and University Hospital…Phil and Shannon have launched the Phil Dawson Home Field Advantage
Foundation aimed at supporting children and families throughout the adoption process.
                                  DAWSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
SCORING: MOST POINTS SCORED: 16 at Houston 1/2/05 (5-5 FG/ 1-1 PAT)
FIELD GOALS: NUMBER ATTEMPTED: 5 at Houston 1/2/05
NUMBER MADE: 5 at Houston 1/2/05
LONGEST ATTEMPT: 52 vs. Cincinnati 9/15/02; at Tennessee 9/22/02; vs. Oakland 10/12/03
LONGEST MADE: 52 vs. Cincinnati 9/15/02; at Tennessee 9/22/02; vs. Oakland 10/12/03
LONGEST FG MADE STREAK: 27 (vs. San Diego 10/19/03 to vs. N.Y. Jets 11/21/04)
PATS: NUMBER ATTEMPTED: 6 at Cincinnati 11/28/04
NUMBER MADE: 6 at Cincinnati 11/28/04
CONSECUTIVE PATS MADE: 51 (11/14/99 at Pittsburgh to vs. Cincinnati 11/25/01)

DAWSON’S CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS          STATISTICS
YEAR   TEAM       GP     FG            FGA       PCT         LG   BLK     XP     XPA      PCT     BLK    POINTS
1999   Cleveland   15     8             12      66.7%        49    0      23      24     95.8%     1       53
2000   Cleveland   16    14             17      82.4%        45    0      17      17    100.0%     0       59
2001   Cleveland   16    22             25      88.0%        48    1      29      30     96.7%     0       95
2002   Cleveland   16    22             28      78.6%        52    2      34      35     97.1%     0      100
2003   Cleveland   13    18             21      85.7%        52    0      20      21     95.2%     1       74
2004   Cleveland   16    24             29      82.8%        50    0      28      28    100.0%     0      100
2005   Cleveland   16    27             29      93.1%        44    0      19      21     90.5%     2      100
NFL TOTALS        108 135              161     83.9%         52    3     170     176    96.6%      4      581

DAWSON’S FIELD GOALS
YEAR   TEAM      10-19          PCT  20-29          PCT  30-39   PCT            40-49     PCT       50+ PCT
1999   Cleveland  0/0          0.0%     2/2       100.0%  3/5   60.0%            3/5     60.0%      0/0 0.0%
2000   Cleveland  3/3         100.0%   4/4        100.0%  5/5  100.0%            2/5     40.0%      0/0 0.0%
2001   Cleveland  0/0          0.0%   10/10       100.0%  8/9   88.8%            4/6     66.6%      0/0 0.0%
2002   Cleveland  0/0          0.0%    9/10        90.0%  6/8   75.0%            5/7     71.4%      2/3 66.6%
2003   Cleveland  2/2         100.0%   7/7        100.0%  4/5   80.0%            3/5     60.0%      2/2 100.0%
2004   Cleveland  0/0          0.0%   11/11       100.0%  6/8   75.0%            6/9     66.6%      1/1 100.0%
2005   Cleveland  2/2         100.0% 11/111       100.0%  9/11  81.8%            5/5     100.0%     0/0 0.0%
NFL TOTALS        7/7         100.0% 54/55        98.2% 41/51 80.4%             28/42    66.6%      5/6 83.3

DAWSON’S CAREER POSTSEASON FIELD GOAL STATISTICS
YEAR TEAM         GP   FG    FGA     PCT      LG                  BLK     XP     XPA      PCT  BLK       POINTS
2002 Cleveland     1    2      2   100.0%     31                   0       3      3     100.0%  0          9
NFL  TOTALS       1     2      2   100.0% 31                       0      3       3     100.0% 0           9




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                 DAWSON’S 2005 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
                 DATE     OPP     PTS      PAT   FG        MADE        MISS   10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
                 9/11     Cin.      7      1-1   2-2        29, 34       -     0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 9/18     @ G.B.    8      2-3   2-2        21, 39       -     0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 9/25     @ Ind.    6      0-0   2-2        40, 22       -     0-0   1-1   0-0   1-1  0-0
                 10/9     Chi.      8      2-2   2-2        19, 44       -     1-1   0-0   0-0   1-1  0-0
                 10/16    @ Balt.   3      0-0   1-1          24         -     0-0   1-1   0-0   0-0  0-0
                 10/23    Det.      4      1-1   1-1          30         -     0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 10/30    @ Hou.   10      1-1   3-3      28, 29, 37     -     0-0   2-2   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 11/6     Tenn.     8      2-2   2-3        37, 19      39     1-1   0-0   1-2   0-0  0-0
                 11/13    @ Pitt.   3      3-3   0-0           -         -     0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
                 11/20    Mia.     10      1-2   3-3      23, 40, 24     -     0-0   2-2   0-0   1-1  0-0
                 11/27    @ Minn.   6      0-0   2-2        32, 38       -     0-0   0-0   2-2   0-0  0-0
                 12/4     Jack.    2       2-2   0-1           -        34     0-0   0-0   0-1   0-0  0-0
                 12/11    @ Cin.    8      2-2   2-2        41, 29       -     0-0   1-1   0-0   1-1  0-0
                 12/18    @ Oak.   9       0-0   3-3      24, 37, 44     -     0-0   1-1   1-1   1-1  0-0
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                 12/24    Pitt.     0      0-0   0-0           -         -     0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
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                 1/1      Balt.     8      2-2   2-2        21, 39       -     0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 TOTALS   16 GM   100     19-21 27-29                          2-2  11-11 9-11   5-5  0-0

                 DAWSON’S 2004 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
                 DATE    OPP       PTS   PAT     FG      MADE       MISS      10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
                 9/12    Balt.       8   2-2     2-2     37, 25        -       0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 9/19    @ Dal.     12   0-0     4-4 45, 23, 49, 22    -       0-0   2-2   0-0   2-2  0-0
                 9/26    @ NYG       4   1-1     1-1       49          -       0-0   0-0   0-0   1-1  0-0
                 10/3    Wash.       5   2-2     1-1       30          -       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 10/10   @ Pitt.    11   2-2     3-3   24, 34, 46      -       0-0   1-1   1-1   1-1  0-0
                 10/17   Cin.       10   4-4     2-2     23, 33        -       0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 10/24   Phil.       7   4-4     1-1       38          -       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 11/7    @ Balt.     7   1-1     2-2     50, 29        -       0-0   1-1   0-0   0-0  1-1
                 11/14   Pitt.       4   1-1     1-1       31          -       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
                 11/21   N.Y. Jets   1   1-1     0-2        -       42, 34     0-0   0-0   0-1   0-1  0-0
                 11/28   @ Cin.     12   6-6     2-2     23, 29        -       0-0   2-2   0-0   0-0  0-0
                 12/5    N.E.       1    1-1     0-0        -          -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
                 12/12   @ Buf.      1   1-1     0-1        -         45       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-1  0-0
                 12/19   S.D.        0   0-0     0-1        -         39       0-0   0-0   0-1   0-0  0-0
                 12/26   @ Mia.      1   1-1     0-1        -         43       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-1  0-0
                 1/2     @ Hou.     16   1-1     5-5 45,22,29,45,22    -       0-0   3-3   0-0   2-2  0-0
                 TOTALS  16 GM     100  28-28 24-29                            0-0  11-11  6-8   6-9  1-1

                 DAWSON’S 2003 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
                 DATE    OPP      PTS      PAT     FG      MADE        MISS   10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
                 9/7     Ind.      6       0-0     2-2      19, 20       -     1-1   1-1   0-0   0-0  0-0
                  9/14   @ Balt.   7       1-1     2-2      44, 35       -     0-0   0-0   1-1   1-1  0-0
                 9/21    @ S.F.    1       1-1     0-1         -        48     0-0   0-0   0-0   0-1  0-0
                 9/28    Cin.      2       2-2     0-1         -        35     0-0    0-0  0-1   0-0  0-0
                 10/5    @ Pitt.   9       3-4     2-2      19, 22       -     1-1    1-1  0-0   0-0  0-0
                 10/12   Oak.      7       1-1     2-2      52,32        -     0-0    0-0  1-1   0-0  1-1
                 10/19   S.D.      8       2-2     2-3      46, 42      46     0-0    0-0  0-0   2-3  0-0
                 10/26   @ N.E.    3       0-0     1-1        29         -     0-0    1-1  0-0   0-0  0-0
                 11/9    @ K.C.    8       2-2     2-2      50, 22       -     0-0    1-1  0-0   0-0  1-1
                 11/16   Ariz.    14       5-5     3-3    34, 24, 29     -     0-0    2-2  1-1   0-0  0-0
                 11/23   Pitt.     6       0-0     2-2      27, 31       -     0-0    1-1  1-1   0-0  0-0
                 11/30   @ Sea.    1       1-1     0-0         -         -     0-0    0-0  0-0   0-0  0-0
                 12/8    St. L.    2       2-2     0-0         -         -     0-0    0-0  0-0   0-0  0-0
                 12/14   @ Den.    Injured Reserve(Arm)
                 12/21   Balt.     Injured Reserve(Arm)
                 12/28   @ Cin.    Injured Reserve(Arm)
                 TOTALS  13 GM    74     20-21 18-21                          2-2    7-7   4-5   3-5   2-2




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DAWSON’S 2002 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
DATE     OPP     PTS      PAT   FG      MADE       MISS     10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
9/8      K.C.     15      3-3   4-4 20, 32, 34, 41    -      0-0   1-1   2-2   1-1  0-0
9/15     Cin.     8       2-2   2-2     52, 45        -      0-0   0-0   0-0   1-1  1-1
9/22     @ Ten.   7       4-4   1-2       33         52      0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-1
9/29     @ Pitt.  7       1-1   2-3     28, 28       45      0-0   2-2   0-0   0-1  0-0
10/6     Balt.    1       1-1   0-0        -          -      0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
10/13    @ T.B.   3       0-0   1-1       50          -      0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  1-1
10/20    Hou.     10      4-4   2-2     35, 43        -      0-0   0-0   1-1   1-1  0-0
10/27    @ NYJ    10      1-1   3-3   23, 26, 35      -      0-0   2-2   1-1   0-0  0-0
11/3     Pitt.    2       2-3   0-0        -          -      0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
11/17    @ Cin.   9       3-3   2-3     27, 40       24      0-0   1-2   0-0   1-1  0-0
11/24    @ N.O.   6       3-3   1-1       28          -      0-0   1-1   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/1     Car.     6       0-0   2-3     25, 33       30      0-0   1-1   1-2   0-0  0-0
12/8     @ Jack.  3       3-3   0-2        -       42, 36    0-0   0-0   0-1   0-1  0-0
12/15    Ind.     5       2-2   1-1       29          -      0-0   1-1   0-0   0-0  0-0




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12/22    @ Balt.  2       2-2   0-0        -          -      0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0




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12/29    Atl.     6       3-3   1-1       40          -      0-0   0-0   0-0   1-1  0-0
TOTALS   16 GM   100     34-35 22-28                         0-0  9-10   6-8   5-7  2-3

DAWSON’S 2002 POSTSEASON GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
DATE    OPP       PTS   PAT    FG     MADE       MISS       10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
1/5     @ Pitt.    9    3-3    2-2    24, 31      -          0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0
TOTALS  1 GM       9    3-3    2-2       -                   0-0   1-1   1-1   0-0  0-0

DAWSON’S 2001 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
DATE    OPP      PTS    PAT     FG      MADE       MISS     10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
9/9     Sea.      6     0-0     2-3     48, 22      37       0-0   1-1   0-1   1-1  0-0
9/23    Det.      6     3-3     1-2       33        46       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-1  0-0
9/30    @ Jac.    11    2-2     3-3   35, 28, 30     -       0-0   1-1   2-2   0-0  0-0
10/7    S.D.      8     2-2     2-3     31, 27      48       0-0   1-1   1-1   0-1  0-0
10/14   @ Cin.    2     2-2     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
10/21   Bal.      6     3-3     1-1       33         -       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
11/4    @ Chi.    3     3-3     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
11/11   Pit.      4     1-1     1-1       40         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   1-1  0-0
11/18   @ Bal.    9     3-3     2-2     29, 42       -       0-0   1-1   0-0   1-1  0-0
11/25   Cin.      12    0-1     4-4 23, 27, 23, 33   -       0-0   3-3   1-1   0-0  0-0
12/2    Ten.      1     1-1     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/9    @ N.E.    10    1-1     3-3   27, 39, 22     -       0-0   2-2   1-1   0-0  0-0
12/16   Jac.      4     1-1     1-1       29         -       0-0   1-1   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/23   @ G.B.    1     1-1     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/30   @ Ten.    11    5-5     2-2     30, 44       -       0-0   0-0   1-1   1-1  0-0
1/6     @ Pit.    1     1-1     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
TOTALS  16 GM    95    29-30 22-25                           0-0  10-10  8-9   4-6  0-0

DAWSON’S 2000 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
DATE    OPP      PTS    PAT     FG      MADE       MISS     10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
9/3     Jac.      1     1-1     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
9/10    @ Cin.    6     3-3     1-1       30         -       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
9/17    Pit.      11    2-2     3-3   23, 28, 19     -       1-1   2-2   0-0   0-0  0-0
9/24    @ Oak.    4     1-1     1-2       29        42       0-0   1-1   0-0   0-1  0-0
10/1    Bal.      0     0-0     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
10/8    @ Ari.    3     3-3     0-1        -        42       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-1  0-0
10/15   @ Den.    4     1-1     1-1       45         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   1-1  0-0
10/22   @ Pit.    0     0-0     0-1        -        42       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-1  0-0
10/29   Cin.      3     0-0     1-1       18         -       1-1   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
11/5    N.Y.G.    3     0-0     1-1       19         -       1-1   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
11/12   N.E.      13    1-1     4-4 39, 43, 35, 35   -       0-0   0-0   3-3   1-1  0-0
11/19   @ Ten.    4     1-1     1-1       38         -       0-0   0-0   1-1   0-0  0-0
11/26   @ Bal.    1     1-1     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/3    @ Jac.    0     0-0     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/10   Phi.      6     3-3     1-1       29         -       0-0   1-1   0-0   0-0  0-0
12/17   Ten.      0     0-0     0-0        -         -       0-0   0-0   0-0   0-0  0-0
TOTALS  16 GM    59    17-17 14-17                           3-3   4-4   5-5   2-5  0-0
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                 DAWSON’S 1999 GAME BY GAME STATISTICS
                 DATE       OPP          PTS   PAT       FG        MADE          MISS           10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
                 9/12       Pit.          DNP
                 9/19       @ Ten.        3    0-0       1-1          41           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     1-1     0-0
                 9/26       @ Bal.        4    1-1       1-1          49           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     1-1     0-0
                 10/3       N.E.          1    1-1       0-1           -          38            0-0     0-0      0-1     0-0     0-0
                 10/10      Cin.          11*  2-2       1-1          33           -            0-0     0-0      1-1     0-0     0-0
                 10/17      @ Jac.        1    1-1       0-0           -           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     0-0     0-0
                 10/24      @ St.L.       3    0-0       1-1          47           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     1-1     0-0
                 10/31      @ N.O.        3    3-2       0-1           -          46            0-0     0-0      0-0     0-1     0-0
                 11/7       Bal.          3    0-1       1-1          25           -            0-0     1-1      0-0     0-0     0-0
                 11/14      @Pit.         4    1-1       1-1          39           -            0-0     0-0      1-1     0-0     0-0
                 11/21      Car.          5    2-2       1-2          23          38            0-0     1-1      0-1     0-0     0-0
                 11/28      Ten.          3    3-3       0-0           -           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     0-0     0-0
                 12/5       @ S.D.        4    1-1       1-2          33          45            0-0     0-0      1-1     0-1     0-0
                 12/12      @ Cin.        2    2-2       0-0           -           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     0-0     0-0
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                 12/19      Jac.          2    2-2       0-0           -           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     0-0     0-0
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                 12/26      Ind.          4    4-4       0-0           -           -            0-0     0-0      0-0     0-0     0-0
                 TOTALS     15 GM        53   23-24     8-12                                    0-0     2-2      3-5     3-5     0-0
                 * Rushed for a 4-yard touchdown on a fake field goal (10/10/99)


                                         TE DARNELL DINKINS 87
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                           BIRTHDATE: JANUARY 20, 1977
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                              ACQUIRED: UFA (BAL.) – ’06
                                         HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: PITTSBURGH
                                         WEIGHT: 259
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (2/0); 2003 (7 1
                                                                                 /0, /1); 2004 (10/4); 2005 (16/4).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 35 games, 8 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 1 start.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally signed by N.Y. Giants as a free agent
                 on Feb. 6, 2002…Allocated to NFL Europe on Feb. 22, 2002…Waived by                     FUN FACTS
                 N.Y. Giants on Aug. 31, 2003…Signed by N.Y. Giants to the practice squad        • Established the Maleness to Man-
                 on Sept. 2, 2003…Signed by N.Y. Giants to the active roster on Nov. 15,           hood Foundation to benefit inner
                 2003…Signed by N.Y. Giants as a free agent on March 5, 2004…Waived by             city youth.
                 N.Y. Giants on July 28, 2004…Signed by Baltimore to the practice squad on
                                                                                                 • Spoke to nearly 100 students at
                 Oct. 2, 2004…Signed by Baltimore to the active roster on Oct. 29, 2004…
                 Signed by Cleveland as an unrestricted free agent on March 19, 2006.              Cleveland’s newly created Genesis
                                                                                                   High School, a program to pro-
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Four-year NFL veteran has played in 35 games,                  vide intense academic recovery
                 including eight starts, during his career with the N.Y. Giants and Baltimore      to specific youth in a small group
                 and has totaled 17 receptions for 165 yards and 1 TD…Scored his first             instruction.
                 career TD on a 17-yard pass vs. Dallas on Nov. 21, 2004.
                                                                                                 • Involved in real estate invest-
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                                ments.

                 2005: In his second season with the Ravens, appeared in all 16 games, including four starts, and totaled 55 yards
                 on 6 receptions (9.2 avg.)…Finished with 3 receptions for 30 yards and a season-long reception of 15 yards against
                 Indianapolis on Sept. 11…Started his first game of the season and caught 2 passes for 14 yards against
                 Tennessee on Sept. 18…Recorded 2 special teams tackles vs. Detroit on Oct. 9…Posted 1 special teams tackle
                 against Chicago on Oct. 23…Caught 1 pass for 11 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Oct. 31…Recorded 1 special teams
                 tackle vs. Jacksonville on Nov. 13…Left game with an ankle injury against Green Bay on Dec. 19…Returned the
                 following week to register 2 special teams tackles against Minnesota on Dec. 25.
                 2004: Began the year with the N.Y. Giants and was waived at the end of training camp…Signed by Baltimore
                 to the practice squad on Oct. 2, and spent four weeks on the practice squad before joining the active roster on
                 Oct. 29…Competed in 10 games, including four starts, and finished with 9 receptions for 94 yards and 1 TD…
                 Started first career game vs. Cleveland on Nov. 7…Scored first career TD on a 17-yard pass from Kyle Boller
                 against Dallas on Nov. 21, and totaled a career-high 3 receptions for 40 yards…Caught 1 pass for 5 yards vs. N.Y.
                 Giants on Dec. 12…Pulled in 1 pass for 10 yards, good enough for a first down against Indianapolis on Dec. 19…
                 Recorded 2 receptions for 25 yards in the season finale vs. Miami on Jan. 2.
                 2003: Opened the season on the Giants practice squad and spent the first nine weeks on the practice squad…
                 Signed by the Giants active roster on Nov. 15, and played in seven games for the Giants and caught 2 passes
                 for 16 yards and totaled 8 special team tackles on the year…Posted 2 special teams tackles vs. Tampa Bay on

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Nov. 24…Made a team-high 3 special teams tackles against Dallas on Dec. 21…Finished with 2 receptions for 16
yards in the final regular season game vs. Carolina on Dec. 28.
2002: Signed by N.Y. Giants as a free agent after playing semi-pro…Allocated to NFL Europe and played with the
Rhein Fire…Earned a roster spot with the Giants and played in two games before breaking a bone in his foot
which caused him to miss the final 13 games of the season…Made NFL debut in the season opener against San
Francisco on Sept. 5…Tallied 1 special teams tackle vs. Seattle on Sept. 22…Placed on Injured Reserve on Nov. 1.
2001: Played quarterback for the Pittsburgh Colts, a semi-pro football team.
COLLEGE: A three-year starter at free safety for the Pittsburgh Panthers…Started all 11 games in 1998, while fin-
ishing second on the team with 78 tackles…Also posted 6 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Came to the Panthers as a
quarterback before moving to the defensive backfield.
PERSONAL: Full name is Darnell Joseph Dinkins…Born Jan. 20, 1977 in Pittsburgh, Pa…Played quarterback at
Schenley High School in Pittsburgh…Earned City League MVP by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and Pittsburgh
Courier…A member of the 1995 Big 33 team as a senior…Finished high school career with 435 rushing yards and
3 TDs on 26 carries…Threw for 1,256 yards and 10 TDs his senior season…On defense, he totaled 86 tackles, 4




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sacks and 4 fumble recoveries…Has worked with Habitat for Humanity throughout his NFL career…Has his own




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website, www.darnelldinkins.com...Father of Kayla, 6, Khalil, 4, and Kolin, 2.
                               DINKINS’ RECEIVING SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECEPTIONS: 3, 2 times: latest vs. Indianapolis 9/11/05
RECEIVING YARDS: 40 vs. Dallas 11/21/04
LONG RECEPTION: 18 vs. Miami 1/2/05
TDS: 1 vs. Dallas 11/21/04

DINKINS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                    RECEIVING                               SP T
YEAR TEAM                 GP        GS         NO          YDS         AVG            LG         TD        TACKLE
2002 N.Y. Giants           2         0          0            0          0.0            0          0          1
2003 N.Y. Giants           7         0          2           16          8.0           10          0          8
2004 Baltimore            10         4          9           94         10.4           18          1          0
2005 Baltimore            16         4          6           55          9.2           15          0          0
NFL TOTALS                35        8          17          165         9.7            18          1          9


                        QB KEN DORSEY 5
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                           BIRTHDATE: APRIL 22, 1981
                        YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                              ACQUIRED: TR. (S.F.) – ’06
                        HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: MIAMI (FLA.)
                        WEIGHT: 211
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (3/3); 2004 (8/7); 2003 (0/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 1 games, 10 starts.
                                       1
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by San Francisco in the sev-
enth round, 241st overall, in the 2003 NFL Draft…Traded from San                      FUN FACTS
Francisco along with an undisclosed 2007 draft choice to Cleveland for        • Was 38-2 during his career as a
Trent Dilfer on May 4, 2006.                                                    starter and led the Miami Hurri-
                                                                                canes to a National Champion-
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              ship in 2001.
2005: In his third season with the 49ers, started three games and completed 48-of-90 passes for 481 yards and
2 TDs…Started three games, after the trade of Tim Rattay and a knee injury to Alex Smith, did not play in eight
contests and was inactive for five games…Began the season as the third quarterback behind Tim Rattay and Alex
Smith…Made his first start of the season vs. Tampa Bay on Oct. 30, and completed 7-of-18 passes for 40 yards
before leaving the game in the 4th quarter (ankle sprain)…Made his second start of the year vs. Seattle on Nov.
20, and completed 18-of-29 passes for a career-high 249 yards with 1 TD, 1 interception and a QB rating of 101.1…
Started at Tennessee on Nov. 27, and finished 23-of-43 for 192 yards, 1 TD and 2 interceptions, as he set a career-
high with 43 attempts and 23 completions.
2004: Played in eight games, including seven starts, and completed 123-of-226 passes for 1,231 yards with 6
TDs and 9 interceptions…Made his NFL debut vs. Atlanta on Sept. 12, replacing starter Tim Rattay (shoulder) in
the 2nd quarter and completed 9-of-15 passes for 111 yards…Made his first career start the following week at
New Orleans on Sept. 19, and completed 18-of-32 passes for 205 yards and 1 interception…Started at Seattle on
Sept. 26, with 19-of-32 passes for 153 yards and 2 interceptions…Started at Chicago on Oct. 31, and completed
16-of-36 passes for 122 yards and 1 interception…Started at Arizona on Dec. 12, and converted 18-of-34 passes

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                  KEN DORSEY CONTINUED...
                 for 191 yards and a career-high 3 TDs…Started at Washington on Dec. 18, and completed 20-of-38 passes for 206
                 yards with 2 TDs and 4 interceptions…Started in the regular season finale at New England on Jan. 2, and com-
                 pleted 18-of-29 passes for 189 yards.
                 2003: In his rookie season was listed as the club’s third QB for 14 games and the backup QB in two contests.
                 COLLEGE: Was 38-2 during his career as a starter and led the Miami Hurricanes to a National Championship
                 in 2001…Led team to victory in 34 consecutive games, longest winning streak of any starting quarterback since
                 Oklahoma’s Steve Davis (1973-75)…Led Miami to three Big East Conference championships and was unde-
                 feated as a starter in conference play (25-0)…Owns nearly every significant Miami passing record, including
                 most TD passes (86), passing yards (9,565), pass completions (668), total offense (9,486), pass attempts (1,153),
                 200-yard passing games (31) and consecutive passes thrown without an interception (193, 1999-00)…
                 Led Hurricanes to victories in three major bowl games: 2000 Gator Bowl (vs. Georgia Tech), 2001 Nokia Sugar
                 Bowl (vs. Florida) and 2002 Rose Bowl (vs. Nebraska)…Winner of 2001 Maxwell Award, recognizing college
                 football’s Outstanding Player…Finalist for Heisman Trophy (2001-02) and finished third (2001) and fifth
                 (2002) in balloting…Three-time All-Big East first-team selection (2000-02) and co-Offensive Player of the Year
                 (2001-02). Was also three-time Academic All-Big East selection (2000-02)…Earned degree in business man-
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                 agement/marketing.
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                 PERSONAL: Born Kenneth Simon Dorsey on April 22, 1981 in Orinda, Calif…Prepped at Miramonte (Orinda,
                 Calif.) High School… Named USA Today honorable mention All-America choice, adding Max Emfinger National
                 Blue Chip honors…Garnered first-team All-Bay Area, All-County and All-League honors…Led team to back-to-
                 back North Coast Section 2A East Bay titles in two seasons as he passed for 4,968 yards and 52 TDs…Lettered in
                 basketball junior and senior year, averaging 10 points, eight rebounds and five steals per game as senior…
                 Married to wife Jordan.
                                                   DORSEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 PASSING ATTEMPTS: 43 at Tennessee 11/27/05
                 COMPLETIONS: 23 at Tennessee 11/27/05
                 PASSING YARDS: 249 vs. Seattle 11/20/05
                 PASSING TDS: 3 at Arizona 12/12/04
                 LONG PASS: 59 at New England 1/2/05
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 4 at Washington 12/18/04
                 RUSH ATTEMPTS: 3 vs. Seattle 11/20/05
                 RUSH YARDS: 6 vs. Seattle 11/20/05
                 RUSH TDS: 0
                 LONG RUSH: 6 vs. Seattle 11/20/05

                 DORSEY’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS
                                         *(W-L)                       YDS/                                       YDS   QB
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS RECORD ATT CMP PCT       YDS ATT TD INT LG                            SK LOST RATING
                 2003 San Fran. 0 0        0-0     0   0   0.0%   0    0.0 0 0  0                             0    0   0.0
                 2004 San Fran. 8 7        1-6    226 123 54.4% 1,231 5.4 6  9 59                            13   94  62.4
                 2005 San Fran. 3 3        1-2     90  48 53.3% 481    5.3 2 2 44                             6   28  66.9
                 NFL     TOTALS  11 10     2-8    316 171 54.1% 1712 5.4 8 11 59                             19 122   63.7
                 *as a starter


                                        OL NAT DORSEY 70
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                         BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 9, 1983
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                            ACQUIRED: TR. (MINN.) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-7                                 COLLEGE: GEORGIA TECH
                                         WEIGHT: 345
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (13/7 1, /0); 2005 (9/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 22 games, 7 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Minnesota in the fourth round, 115th overall, in the 2004 NFL
                 Draft…Traded from Minnesota to Cleveland on Sept. 4, 2005 for OL Melvin Fowler.
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Made his first NFL start at right tackle at Houston on Oct. 10, 2004.

                                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Promising-young tackle was acquired by the Browns from Minnesota on Sept. 4, just prior to the start of
                 the regular season…Appeared in nine games, mainly on special teams and saw limited duty as a backup tack-
                 le…Listed as inactive for the first five weeks getting prepared to the Browns offensive scheme…Dressed but did
                 not play vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…Made his Browns debut at Houston on Oct. 30, playing on special teams…Inactive

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the following week vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Played on special teams at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, vs. Miami on
Nov. 20, at Minnesota on Nov. 27, vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, and at Oakland on
Dec. 18…Saw duty late in the 4th quarter at right tackle vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, and in the regular season finale
vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1.
2004: In his rookie season with Minnesota, started seven of the 13 games and helped offense rank fourth in total
offense…Made his NFL debut stepping in at right tackle for starter Adam Haayer vs. Chicago on Sept. 26…Started
his first NFL game at right tackle at Houston on Oct. 10, helping Daunte Culpepper throw for 5 TDs in a 36-28
Vikings overtime win…Returned to his hometown of New Orleans on Oct. 17, to start his second career game
and helped the Vikings’ offense post 605 yards of offense, the second most in team history…Left game vs. Detroit
on Nov. 21, with a shoulder injury…Inactive vs. Jacksonville on Nov. 28, due to the shoulder injury…Stepped in
at left tackle for Bryant McKinnie (back) in the 1st quarter at Detroit on Dec. 19, and played the remainder of the
game…Played in the NFL Divisional Playoff game at Philadelphia on Jan. 16.
COLLEGE: Two-time All Atlantic Conference at Georgia Tech and three-year starter at left tackle…Played in three
bowl games (Seattle Bowl, Silicon Valley Football Classic and the Humanitarian Bowl) during his three years at
Georgia Tech…In 2003, started every game at left tackle and helped pave the way for a ground game that totaled




                                                                                                                        PLAYERS
2,086 yards, averaging 330.6 yards per game…Blocked for 1,000-yard rusher P.J. Daniels, a former walk-on who




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led the ACC with 1,447 yards…Helped Daniels record two of the top three rushing performances in school histo-
ry with 307 yards against Tulsa and 240 yards vs. North Carolina…In 2002, named All-Atlantic Coast Conference
second-team selection…Earned mid-season All-American honors from CNN/SI…Finished with 66 knockdowns,
including six that resulted in TDs to help the offense average 374.7 yards per game…In 2001, named First-team
All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection, becoming the first true freshman to earn first-team conference honors
since 1995…Freshman All-American first-team pick by The Sporting News…One of only two freshman linemen
in the nation to make first-team all-conference, along with Oklahoma defensive tackle Tommie Harris…Moved
into the starting lineup in the fourth game of the season…Made a name for himself on Thursday night national
television when he contained North Carolina’s All-America defensive end Julius Peppers to just 2 tackles.
PERSONAL: Starred at St. Augustine High in New Orleans, La…Rated the No. 21 prospect in Louisiana by
SuperPrep…First-team All-State by Louisiana Football Magazine…Also ranked among the Louisiana Top 30 by
the New Orleans Times Picayune…All-District, All-Orleans Parish, All-Metro and All-Catholic Elite League selec-
tion…Only allowed two sacks over the course of his junior and senior seasons…Majored in management at
Georgia Tech.


                        RB REUBEN DROUGHNS 34
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                 BIRTHDATE: AUG. 21, 1978
                        YEAR IN NFL: 7TH                    ACQUIRED: TR. (DEN.) – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 5-11                        COLLEGE: OREGON
                        WEIGHT: 220
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2000 (0/0); 2001 (9/3); 2002 (16/0); 2003 (15/4, 1/1);
                        2004 (16/15, 1/1); 2005 (16/16).
                        CAREER GAMES: 72 games, 38 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 2 games, 1 start.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Detroit in the third round,
81st overall, in the 2000 NFL Draft…Waived by Detroit on Sept. 12, 2001…               FUN FACTS
Signed by Miami to the practice squad on Sept. 18, 2001…Signed by              • Signed a three-year contract ex-
Detroit from the Miami practice squad on Oct. 9, 2001…Signed by Denver           tension with the Browns through
as a free agent on April 1, 2002…Traded from Denver to Cleveland on              the 2009 season.
March 30, 2005, for DE Ebenezer Ekuban and DT Michael Myers…Signed             • Set a franchise single-season record
by Cleveland to a three-year contract extension on March 3, 2006.                with 309 carries in 2005 and be-
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Had his second consecutive 1,000 yard rushing                 came the first Browns RB to rush
season with 1,232 yards for Cleveland in 2005…Set a Browns franchise             for over 1,000 years since 1985.
record with 309 carries in 2005…Had a career-long 75-yard rushing TD vs.       • Inducted in the California Junior
Miami on Nov. 20, 2005…Rushed for 1,240 yards and 6 TDs for Denver in            College Hall of Fame, as he play-
2004, including six 100-yard rushing games…Had a career-high 193 yards           ed two years at Merced (Calif.)
rushing vs. Carolina on Oct. 10, 2004.                                           Junior College before playing
                                                                                 Division I collegiate football at
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               Oregon.
2005: Started all 16 regular season games for the first time in his NFL • Established the Reuben Droughns
career and rushed for 1,232 yards on 309 carries (4.0 avg.) and 2 TDs…His     Foundation in 2006 to provide aca-
1,232 rushing yards ranked sixth in the AFC…With 1,232 yards rushing          demic scholarships to inner city
and 369 yards receiving totaled 1,601 yards from scrimmage which              youth.
ranked eighth in the NFL…Became the Browns first RB since 1985 to rush
for over 1,000 yards in a season (Kevin Mack, 1,104 and Earnest Byner, 1,002)…Also marked his second consec-
utive season of rushing over 1,000 yards in a season (1,240 with Denver in 2004)…Set a franchise record with 309
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                 carries in a season (Jim Brown, 305 carries, 1961)…Had a season-high 166 yards rushing, including a career-long
                 75-yard TD run vs. Miami on Nov. 20, and was named the FedEx Ground NFL Player of the Week…Rushed for
                 over 100 yards on three occasions (20-116 vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6; 19-100 vs. Detroit on Oct. 23; and 30-166 vs.
                 Miami on Nov. 20)…Also totaled 39 receptions for 369 yards receiving…Set a career-high with 73 yards receiv-
                 ing, including a career-long 51 yard reception vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started and
                 led the Browns in rushing with 78 yards on 12 carries (6.5 avg.), including a long of 24 yards…Added 3 recep-
                 tions for 22 yards (7.3 avg.)…Also filled in on kickoff returns for the injured Joshua Cribbs (knee) and totaled 5
                 kickoff returns for 119 yards (23.8 avg.), including a long of 35 yards…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Started and led
                 the Browns in rushing with 20 carries for 50 yards (2.5 avg.)…Also added 4 receptions for 29 yards (7.3 avg.)…
                 Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started and led the team in rushing with 22 carries for 76 yards (3.5 avg.), includ-
                 ing a long of 22 yards…Added four rushing first downs on the Browns 19-play, 86-yard (7:58) drive in the second
                 half, which ended in a K Phil Dawson 22-yard FG to cut the lead to 13-6…Also had 3 receptions for 32 yards (10.7
                 avg.), including a long of 15 yards…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Started and led the team with 17 carries for 72
                 yards (4.2 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…Added 4 receptions for 21 yards (5.3 avg.)…Game 5 at Baltimore
                 10/16: Started and had 55 yards on 15 carries (3.7 avg.), including a long of 13 yards…Added 1 reception for -2
                 yards…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started and led the team with 19 carries for 100 yards (5.3 avg.) rushing, includ-
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                 ing a long of 31 yards…The 100-yard rushing game marked the seventh of his career and his first as a Brown…
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                 Added 2 receptions for 9 yards…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started and led the team with 20 carries for 99 yards
                 (5.0 avg.), including a long of 18 yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started and led the team with 20 carries for
                 116 yards (5.8 avg.) and 4 receptions for 73 yards (18.3 avg.), including a career-high 51-yard reception for a com-
                 bined 189 yards (116 rush/73 rec.) from scrimmage…The 116 yards rushing was a season-high and the second
                 time this season to top the 100-yard mark, and eighth of his career…Part of an offensive effort that featured a
                 team season-high 441 net yards of offense and 169 net yards rushing…In the second half alone, had 8 carries for
                 84 yards rushing and four rushing first downs…In the 3rd quarter, fueled a TD drive with a 23-yard run to the
                 Browns 40-yard line and followed with a 51-yard reception down to the Titans 9-yard line, and two plays later RB
                 Jason Wright ran for a 6-yard TD to open a 17-7 lead…Also in the 3rd quarter, added runs of 17 yards and 24
                 yards to put the Browns in FG position as K Phil Dawson connected on a 19-yard FG to open a 20-7 lead…Game
                 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started and led the team with 56 yards rushing on 17 carries (3.3 avg.) and 1 TD…Added
                 4 receptions for 67 yards (16.8 avg.), including a long of 22 yards…On the opening drive of the game, capped a
                 10-play, 66-yard (5:07) drive with a 5-yard TD run to open an early 7-0 lead…All four of his receptions were for
                 first downs…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started and rushed for 166 yards on 30 carries (5.5 avg.), including a
                 career-high 75-yard rushing TD…Named FedEx Ground NFL Player-of-the-Week…On the first offensive play of
                 the game, ran for a 75-yard TD to open an early 6-0 lead…The 75-yard rushing TD marked the sixth longest rush-
                 ing play in franchise history…The 166 yard rushing marked his third 100-yard rushing game of the year and ninth
                 of his career…Added a personal-high 92 yard rushing in the first quarter and 105 yards rushing in the first
                 half…Had eight rushing first downs and five carries 10-yards or more…Also had 1 reception for 3 yards…Game
                 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started and added 73 yards on 19 carries (3.8 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…Also
                 had 5 receptions for 46 yards (9.2 avg.), including a long of 33 yards…In the 2nd quarter took a screen pass 33
                 yards to set up a K Phil Dawson 32-yard FG…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started and had 30 carries for 88
                 yards (2.9 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…Late in the 2nd quarter, added a six-yard run and topped the 1,000
                 yard mark for the second time in his career and became the first Browns RB since 1985 (Kevin Mack, 1,104 yards;
                 and Earnest Byner, 1,002) to top the 1,000 yard mark…His 30 carries matched a season-high…Game 13 at
                 Cincinnati 12/11: Started and had 21 carries for 74 yards (3.5 avg.), including a long of 17 yards…Also had 1
                 reception for 4 yards…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started and had 18 carries for 53 yards (2.9 avg.), including a
                 long of 15 yards…Also had 5 receptions for 31 yards…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started and had 10 carries
                 for 36 yards and 1 reception for 29 yards…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started and had 19 carries for 40 yards
                 (2.1 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…Also had 1 reception for 5 yards…His 19 carries increased his season
                 total to 309 carries to established a franchise record for carries in a season (Jim Brown, 305, 1961).
                 2004: Had a breakout season with the Broncos as he posted six 100-yard games as Denver’s featured running
                 back after beginning the season as a fullback…In 16 games, including 15 starts, led the team in rushing with 1,240
                 yards on 275 carries (4.5 avg.), with 6 TDs and added 32 receptions for 241 yards (7.5 avg.), and 2 receiving
                 TDs…Ranked sixth in the AFC and ninth in the NFL in rushing yards and accounted for a team-high 83 first downs
                 (69 rushing, 14 receiving), tying for fifth in the AFC and tied for seventh in the NFL…Was the Broncos primary
                 kick returner for the first five games and recorded a 24.6 avg. on 14 returns for 344 yards…Named AFC Special
                 Teams Player-of-the-Month for September…Also contributed on punt and kick coverage with 4 special teams
                 tackles…In the season opener vs. Kansas City on Sept. 12, started at FB and added 2 kickoff returns for 58 yards…
                 Returned 2 kicks for 49 yards at Jacksonville on Sept. 19, and added 1 pass for 2 yards…Key player on special
                 teams with 4 kickoff returns for 137 yards (34.3 avg.), including a long of 48 yards vs. San Diego on Sept. 26, and
                 added 3 special teams tackles…Added 2 kickoff returns for 45 yards at Tampa Bay on Oct. 3, and had 8 carries
                 for 20 yards…With regular starter Quentin Griffin inactive (ankle) vs. Carolina on Oct. 10, took advantage of his
                 first start at RB by rushing for a career-high 193 yards on 30 carries (6.4 avg.), and also added 4 receptions for 18
                 yards, including a 5-yard TD reception…Set a franchise record with 38 carries at Oakland on Oct. 17, and added
                 176 yards rushing (4.6 avg.), with 1 rushing TD to earn FedEx Ground NFL Player-of-the-Week honors…Eclipsed
                 the 100-yard mark for the third consecutive game at Cincinnati on Oct. 25, on Monday Night Football, rushing for
                 110 yards on 24 carries (4.6 avg.), and added 4 receptions for 20 yards…Had 15 carries for 49 yards vs. Atlanta

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on Oct. 31, including a career-high 6 receptions for 63 yards…Added 120 yards on 29 carries (4.1 avg.) vs.
Houston on Nov. 7…Recorded a 51-yard TD run on the first play from scrimmage, at New Orleans on Nov. 21, as
he finished with 166 yards on 28 carries (5.9 avg.)…Eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the sixth time with 102 yards
on 28 carries (3.6 avg.) vs. Oakland on Nov. 28, including a 3-yard TD run in the 4th quarter…Started at San Diego
on Dec. 5, with 14 carries for 38 yards, including a 4-yard TD run…Posted the franchise’s 16th 1,000-yard season
and first of his career after his 18 carry, 62-yard (3.4 avg.) game vs. Miami on Dec. 12…Started at Kansas City on
Dec. 19, and saw most of his action in the second half with 4 carries for 27 yards (6.8 avg.), and added 2 recep-
tions for 14 yards…Posted a career-high 3 TDs (2 rushing, 1 receiving) at Tennessee on Dec. 25, with 91 yards
rushing on 22 carries (4.1 avg.), and added a career-long 23-yard TD reception…Added a 41-yard run in the 4th
quarter to set up a field goal vs. Indianapolis on Jan. 2, and finished with 76 yards on 15 carries.
2003: In his second season with Denver, saw action in 15 games at fullback, starting four and missing only the
season finale at Green Bay on Dec. 28…Caught 9 passes for 87 yards and 2 TDs, while rushing 6 times for 14
yards with a long of 12…Ranked third on the team with 14 special teams tackles and returned 12 kickoffs for 293
yards (24.4 avg.) with a long of 36…Saw action as a reserve at Cincinnati on Sept. 7, and made 2 special teams
tackles…Replaced Mike Anderson at fullback at San Diego on Sept. 14, and caught 1 pass for 12 yards and 1 TD,
recorded 1 special teams tackle and returned 1 kickoff for 36 yards…Caught 1 pass for 9 yards vs. Oakland on




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Sept. 22…Served as the primary fullback and played special teams, recording 1 tackle vs. Detroit on Sept. 28…




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Saw action on special teams and in the backfield at Kansas City on Oct. 5, recording 1 carry for -1 yard and reg-
istering 1 special teams tackle…Saw considerable time in the backfield at Minnesota on Oct. 19, with 3 receptions
for 28 yards, made 1 special teams tackle and returned 2 kickoffs for 40 yards while playing special teams…Took
over kick return duties at Baltimore on Oct. 26, and set career-highs with 5 kickoff returns for 100 yards, includ-
ing a long of 31 and made 1 special teams tackle…Made his first start of the season at fullback vs. San Diego on
Nov. 16, and recorded 3 special teams tackles…Had a season-high 4 carries for 16 yards and 1 reception for 6
yards, returned 1 kickoff for 32 yards and made 1 special teams tackle at Oakland on Nov. 30…Added 3 recep-
tions for 32 yards and 1 TD vs. Kansas City on Dec. 7, adding 3 kickoff returns for 85 yards and 2 special teams
stops…Suffered a sprained ankle in the game, which limited his playing time vs. Cleveland on Dec. 14, and at
Indianapolis on Dec. 21…Inactive at Green Bay on Dec. 28…Returned and started in a postseason loss at
Indianapolis on Jan. 4, catching 5 passes for 19 yards and returning 6 kickoffs for 133 yards.
2002: In his first season with Denver, played in all 16 games and rushed 4 times for 11 yards and 1 TD, and
caught 5 passes for 53 yards and 1 TD…Excelled on special teams, tying for second on the team with 13 tackles
and returned 20 kickoffs for 516 yards (25.8 avg.)…Saw his first offensive action vs. Buffalo on Sept. 22…Scored
his first-career rushing TD at Baltimore on Sept. 30, on a 1-yard carry…Was the primary fullback vs. San Diego
on Oct. 6…Recorded a season-high 3 special teams tackles at Kansas City on Oct. 20…Forced a fumble on kick-
off coverage at New England on Oct. 27…Returned kickoffs for the first time in his career at Seattle on Nov. 17,
with 3 returns for 72 yards, including a long of 30…Posted a career-long 53-yard kickoff return with 3 returns for
97 yards vs. Indianapolis on Nov. 24, and also had 1 rush for 9 yards, caught 1 pass for 8 yards and made 1 spe-
cial teams tackle…Recorded a 22-yard TD reception on a pass from Steve Beuerlein at San Diego on Dec. 11…
Recovered a fumble on a kick return at Oakland on Dec. 22.
2001: In his second season with Detroit, played in nine games and three starts rushing for 72 yards on 30 car-
ries and added 4 receptions for 21 yards and 1 TD…Began the season with Detroit and was waived by the Lions
on Sept. 12…Signed by Miami to the practice squad on Sept. 18, before being signed by the Lions from the
Dolphins practice squad on Oct. 9…Set a season-high 13 rushing attempts vs. Tampa Bay on Nov. 11, and record-
ed his first career reception for a TD…Had a season-high 36 yards rushing at San Francisco on Nov. 4.
2000: As a rookie with the Lions, spent the season on Injured Reserve after separating his right shoulder on his first
carry in Detroit’s opening preseason game vs. New England on Aug. 4…Placed on Injured-Reserve on Aug. 22.
COLLEGE: Two-year starter at Oregon after a stellar two-year career at Merced (Calif.) Junior College and was
a first-team All-Pac-10 choice as a senior…Ranks sixth on Oregon’s all-time rushing list with 2,058 yards…
Had 1,234 yards and 9 TDs on 277 carries as a senior, including rushing for over 200 yards in three contests…In
his first game for Oregon, he ran for 202 yards and 2 TDs against Michigan State…Ran for 172 yards and a
score despite fracturing his right fibula in a game vs. UCLA—an injury that would force him to miss the rest of
the season…A JUCO All-American at Merced after leading the nation in yards (1,611) in 1997 and leading
the state of California in all-purpose yardage with 1,984…Prep Star Magazine deemed him the nation’s top
JUCO running back after that campaign…Was an honorable mention All-American as a freshman…History
major at Oregon.
PERSONAL: Finished his career at Anaheim (Calif.) High School as the No. 2 rusher in Orange County history
with 4,915 yards and 49 TDs…Ran for 2,083 yards as a sophomore in 1993…Reuben is one of four sons…Born
Aug. 21, 1978 in Chicago, Ill.
                                  DROUGHNS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 38 at Oakland 10/17/04
RUSHING YARDS: 193 vs. Carolina 10/10/04
LONG RUSH: 75t vs. Miami 11/20/05
RUSHING TDS: 2 at Tennessee 12/25/04

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                 RECEPTIONS: 6 vs. Atlanta 10/31/04
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 73 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
                 LONG RECEPTION: 51 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
                 RECEIVING TDS: 1, six times, latest at Tennessee 12/25/04
                 TOTAL TDS: 3 (2 rush, 1 rec.) at Tennessee 12/25/04
                 TOTAL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE: 211 (193 rush/ 18 rec.) vs. Carolina 10/17/04
                 RUSHING YARDS IN ONE QUARTER: 92 (1st quarter) vs. Miami 11/20/05
                 RUSHING YARDS IN ONE HALF: 105 (1st half) vs. Miami 11/20/05
                 KICKOFF RETURNS: 5 at Baltimore 10/26/03; vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05
                 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 137 vs. San Diego 9/26/04
                 LONG KICKOFF RETURN: 53 vs. Indianapolis 11/24/02
                                       DROUGHNS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS—POSTSEASON
                 RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 8 at Indianapolis 1/9/05
                 RUSHING YARDS: 29 at Indianapolis 1/9/05
                 LONG RUSH: 6 at Indianapolis 1/9/05
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                 RECEPTIONS: 5 at Indianapolis 1/4/04
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                 RECEIVING YARDS: 28 at Indianapolis 1/9/05
                 LONG RECEPTION: 10 at Indianapolis 1/4/04
                 KICKOFF RETURNS: 6 at Indianapolis 1/4/04
                 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 133 at Indianapolis 1/4/04
                 LONG KICKOFF RETURN: 33 at Indianapolis 1/4/04
                 TOTAL YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE: 57 (29 rush/ 28 rec.) at Indianapolis 1/9/05
                 RUSHING YARDS IN ONE QUARTER: 10 (1st quarter, 3rd quarter) at Indianapolis 1/9/05
                 RUSHING YARDS IN ONE HALF: 18 (1st half) at Indianapolis 1/9/05

                 DROUGHNS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                 RUSHING                             RECEIVING
                 YEAR TEAM           GP     GS       ATT    YDS     AVG    LG     TD      NO     YDS AVG         LG    TD
                 2000 Detroit         0      0         0       0     0.0     0     0       0       0      0.0     0     0
                 2001 Detroit         9      3        30      72     2.4    15     0       4      21      5.3     8t    1
                 2002 Denver         16      0        4       11     2.8     9     1       5      53     10.6    22t    1
                 2003 Denver         15      4        6       14     2.3    12     0       9      87      9.7    15     2
                 2004 Denver         16     15       275    1,240    4.5   51t     6      32     241      7.5    23t    2
                 2005 Cleveland      16     16       309    1,232    4.0   75t     2      39     369      9.5    51     0
                 NFL TOTALS          72     38       624    2569 4.1       75T     9      89     771     8.7     51     6

                 DROUGHNS’ CAREER POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                       RUSHING                                      RECEIVING
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS        ATT YDS     AVG              LG     TD      NO     YDS AVG      LG       TD
                 2003 Denver      1    1       0     0     0.0              0      0       5      19     3.8  10        0
                 2004 Denver      1    1       8    29     3.6              6      0       4      28     7.0   9        0
                 NFL  TOTALS      2    2       8    29     3.6              6      0       9      47    5.2   10        0
                 DROUGHNS’ CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                       KICKOFF RETURNS                                     PUNT RETURNS         SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       NO    YDS    AVG     LG           TD        NO     FC   YDS AVG LG         TD TACKLE
                 2000 Detroit     0     0      0.0      0           0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0    0
                 2001 Detroit     0     0      0.0      0           0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0   10
                 2002 Denver     20    516    25.8     53           0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0   12
                 2003 Denver     12    293    24.4     36           0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0   14
                 2004 Denver     14    344    24.6     48           0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0    4
                 2005 Cleveland   5    119    23.8     35           0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0    0
                 NFL TOTALS      51 1272      24.9    53            0         0      0    0    0.0   0       0   40

                 DROUGHNS’ CAREER POSTSEASON SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                       KICKOFF RETURNS                                     PUNT RETURNS         SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       NO   YDS     AVG    LG   TD        NO              FC   YDS AVG LG         TD TACKLE
                 2003 Denver      6    133    22.2   33    0         0               0    0    0.0   0       0   0
                 2004 Denver      0     0      0.0    0    0         0               0    0    0.0   0       0   0
                 NFL  TOTALS      6    133   22.2    33    0         0               0    0    0.0   0       0   0




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DROUGHNS’ 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (9)
DATE     OPP                      NO                        YDS           AVG              LG             TD
10/10/04 vs. Carolina (w/Den.)    30                        193            6.4             32              0
10/17/04 at Oakland (w/Den.)      38                        176            4.6             22              1
10/25/04 at Cincinnati (w/Den.)   24                        110            4.6             13              0
11/7/04  vs. Houston (w/Den.)     29                        120            4.1             11              0
11/21/04 at New Orleans (w/ Den.) 28                        166            5.9             51t             1
11/28/04 vs. Oakland (w/ Den.)    28                        102            3.6             12              1
10/23/05 vs. Detroit (w/ Cle.)    19                        100            5.3             31              0
11/6/05  vs. Tennessee (w/Cle.)   20                        116            5.8             24              0
11/20/05 vs. Miami (w/Cle.)       30                        166            5.5             75t             1
DROUGHNS’ 2005 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                              RUSHING                                                   RECEIVING
DATE     OPP        NO   YDS     AVG    LG     TD                         NO      YDS       AVG      LG        TD
9/11     Cin.        12    78     6.5    24     0                          3       22         7.3    13         0
9/18     @ G.B.      20    50     2.5     8     0                          4       29        7.3     12         0




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9/25     @ Ind.      22    76     3.5    22     0                          3       32       10.7     15         0




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10/9     Chi.        17    72     4.2    14     0                          4       21         5.3     7         0
10/16    @ Balt.     15   55      3.7    13     0                          1       -2        -2.0     0         0
10/23    Det.        19   100     5.3    31     0                          2        9        4.5      5         0
10/30    @ Hou.      20   99      5.0    18     0                          0        0        0.0      0         0
11/6     Tenn.       20   116     5.8    24     0                          4       73       18.3     51         0
11/13    @ Pitt.     17    56     3.3     9     1                          4       67       16.8     22         0
11/20    Mia.        30   166     5.5   75t     1                          1        3        3.0      3         0
11/27    @ Minn.     19    73     3.8    14     0                          5       46        9.2     33         0
12/4     Jack.       30   88      2.9    14     0                          0        0        0.0      0         0
12/11    @ Cin.      21   74      3.5    17     0                          1        4        4.0      4         0
12/18    @ Oak.      18   53      2.9    15     0                          5       31        6.2     11         0
12/24    Pitt.       10    36     3.6    21     0                          1       29       29.0     29         0
1/1      Balt.       19    40     2.1    14     0                          1        5         5.0     5         0
TOTALS   16 GM      309 1,232    4.0    75T     2                         39      369        9.5     51         0


                       OL JONATHAN DUNN 71
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: DEC. 12, 1981
                       YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                             ACQUIRED: D(7) – ’05
                       HEIGHT: 6-7                                  COLLEGE: VIRGINIA TECH
                       WEIGHT: 324
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (0/0).
                       CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the seventh round,
217th overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft.                                              FUN FACTS
                                                                            • Participated in the 2006 NFL
                 SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             Europe season on the Hamburg
                                                                              Sea Devils practice squad.
2005: Seventh-round draft choice out of Virginia Tech suffered a season-
ending ankle injury during training camp and was placed on Injured-Reserve on Sept. 3.
COLLEGE: Three-year starter at right tackle for Virginia Tech and played in 49 career games, including 32
starts…As a senior in 2004, named All-Atlantic Coast Conference second-team pick and started all 13 games at
right tackle, helping the offense average 365.5 yards per game… Participated in 793 offensive snaps, grading out
at 82% for blocking consistency with 34 knockdowns…Credited with 6 TD-resulting blocks while allowing 3 sacks
and 3 QB pressures…In 2003, started all 12 games at right offensive tackle and played 716 offensive snaps, grad-
ing out at 83% for blocking consistency…Registered 23 knockdown blocks in the regular season and helped the
offense average 401.8 yards per game as the line allowed only 17 sacks and the offense generated 61 TD
drives…In 2002, started seven games and played in all 14 contests and graded out at 80.3% for blocking consis-
tency...Had 22 knockdown blocks and was part of an offensive line that helped the team average 378.8 yards per
game and score 54 TDs...In 2001, saw action in ten games, including nine on offense…In 2000, worked at right
tackle as a redshirt freshman.
PERSONAL: Attended Tallwood (Virginia Beach, Va.) High School…Earned All-American honors from Super Prep,
Prep Star and Tom Lemming’s Prep Football Report as a senior…Rated the No. 35 offensive line prospect in the
nation by Super Prep and the ninth-best player in Virginia…Listed as the best offensive lineman in the state and
the seventh-best overall prospect in Virginia by The Roanoke Times…Lettered three seasons in football and saw
most of his action as an offensive tackle…Earned All-District honors his junior and senior seasons and was
named All-Eastern Region in his final year…Graduated with a degree in residential property management...Born
Jonathan Paul Dunn on Dec. 12, 1981 in Norfolk, Va.
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                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 3RD                            BIRTHDATE: MAY 29, 1980
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                               ACQUIRED: FA – ’04
                                         HEIGHT: 6-3                                    COLLEGE: CLEMSON
                                         WEIGHT: 305
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (0/0); 2004 (1/0); 2005 (16/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 17 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Denver in the fourth
                 round, 114th overall, in the 2003 NFL Draft…Waived by Denver on Sept. 5,               FUN FACTS
                 2004…Signed by Denver to the practice squad on Sept. 7, 2004…Waived
                                                                                                • During the off-season, used a form
                 by Denver on Sept. 24, 2004…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad
                                                                                                  of karate, Hop Kuen Do, to improve
                 on Oct. 5, 2004…Signed by Cleveland to the active roster on Nov. 25, 2004.
                                                                                                  his strength, quickness, flexibility
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Set a career-high with 25 tackles and 2 sacks in              and endurance.
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                 2005 with Cleveland…Recorded his first career-sack after dropping QB
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                                                                                                • Also works with Axis Financial in
                 Kerry Collins for a five-yard loss at Oakland on Dec. 18, 2005.
                                                                                                  Middleburgh Heights, Ohio as a
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               mortgage consultant.

                 2005: Established a career-high 25 tackles and 2 sacks as he played in all 16 regular season games for the first
                 time in his career…Backup defensive lineman would shift to both tackle and end in the defensive line rotation…
                 Totaled 25 tackles, including 6 solo, 1 TFL, 2 sacks for 6 yards, 7 QB pressures and 1 PBU…Established a career-
                 high 4 tackles vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1…In the regular season opener vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11, added 3 tackles
                 and 1 QB pressure…Played at Green Bay on Sept. 18, with 2 tackles and 1 QB pressure, and added 2 tackles and
                 1 TFL at Indianapolis on Sept. 25…Added 2 tackles at Baltimore on Oct. 16, and 2 tackles and 2 QB pressures vs.
                 Detroit on Oct. 23…Recorded 1 tackle at Houston on Oct. 30, and 1 QB pressure vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Had 3
                 tackles and 1 QB pressure vs. Miami on Nov. 20, and 1 tackle and 1 PBU at Minnesota on Nov. 27…Added 2 tack-
                 les vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, and 3 tackles and recorded his first career-sack for 5 yards at Oakland on Dec. 18…
                 Added another sack for 1 yard the following week vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…In the regular season finale vs.
                 Baltimore on Jan. 1, had a career-high 4 tackles and 1 QB pressure.
                 2004: Began the season with Denver and was allocated to NFL Europe, where he played with the Scottish
                 Claymores…Waived by the Broncos at the end of training camp…Signed by Denver to the practice squad and
                 spent the first three weeks of the season on the practice squad…Waived by Denver on Sept. 24…Signed by
                 Cleveland to the practice squad on Oct. 5, and spent the following seven weeks on the practice squad…Signed by
                 Cleveland to the active roster on Nov. 26, and was listed as inactive for five of the final six weeks of the regular
                 season…Made his NFL debut at defensive tackle vs. San Diego on Dec. 19, and added 2 tackles, including 1 solo.
                 2003: Rookie season ended in training camp with an Achilles injury and spent the season on Injured-Reserve.
                 COLLEGE: Started 35 of 47 games played at Clemson, recorded 153 tackles, including 87 solo, with 15 sacks for
                 128 yards, 30 TFL, 38 QB pressures, 2 forced fumbles, 2 recovered fumbles and 6 PBU…Named All-Atlantic Coast
                 Conference first-team selection his senior year after starting all year at weakside defensive tackle and was the
                 first player in school history to graduate with two years of eligibility remaining…His senior year, recorded 62 tack-
                 les, 36 solo, and ranked second on the team with 7 sacks for 63 yards, added 9 TFL and 17 QB pressures…As a
                 junior, started every game at strongside defensive tackle and recorded 37 tackles, including 19 solo, with 7 TFL,
                 10 QB pressures, 2 recovered fumbles and 2 PBU…Named Clemson’s Defensive MVP as a sophomore, which was
                 quite an honor considering he was a member of a defense that featured four first-team All-ACC players… Also
                 won the Hustle Award on defense and the Dedication Award for the defense…Tied for team lead with 7 sacks and
                 ranked second among defensive linemen with 36 tackles, 21 solo, and 11 TFL…As a redshirt freshman, started
                 the season opener at weakside defensive end and appeared in every game and recorded 18 tackles, 11 solo, 1
                 sack for 2 yards and 3 TFL.
                 PERSONAL: Graduated from Clemson in August of 2001 with a degree in sociology and is presently working on
                 his master’s degree in Human Resource Development…First athlete at Clemson to graduate in three years and
                 have two years of eligibility remaining…One of the leaders at Clemson in terms of community service, he was
                 honored with a Top Six Award, presented by the ACC to the top six student-athletes at each school recognizing
                 them for their community service…Named a Top Six winner in each of his four years, and is the only ACC ath-
                 lete to hold that distinction…An active participant in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, he traveled to Spain
                 with an FCA group, where he lectured to youth groups about American sports and also worked out with a
                 Spanish Rugby team…Attended Toombs County (Lyons, Ga.) High School and averaged more that 10 tackles per
                 game as a senior and collected 75 tackles, 8 sacks, 7 recovered fumbles as a junior…Earned Class 2A all-state
                 honors as a tight end and all-conference as a junior and senior in addition to being a WTOC first-team selection…
                 Four-year letterman in football, played in the Georgia North/South All-Star Game…Named the Class 2A Georgia
                 Basketball Player-of-the-Year and earned All-Region on the hard court…Also two-year letterman in track, and
                 received the U.S. Marine Corp Excellence Award…Born Nicholas Eason on May 29, 1980, in Lyons, Ga.

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                                   EASON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 4 vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
PBU: 1 at Minnesota 11/27/05
SACKS: 1 at Oakland 12/18/05; vs. Pittsburgh 12/24/05

EASON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                 TACKLES                      QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL              SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2003 Denver     0 0     0    0      0  0            0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
2004 Cleveland 1 0      2    1      1  0            0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
2005 Cleveland 16 0    25    7     18 1             2.0   6.0  7   0    0   0 0 1 0 0 0       0
NFL TOTALS     17 0    27 8        19 1             2.0   6.0  7   0    0   0 0 1 0 0 0       0


                        WR BRAYLON EDWARDS 17
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: FEB. 21, 1983




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                        HEIGHT: 6-3                                   COLLEGE: MICHIGAN
                        WEIGHT: 212
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (10/7).
                        CAREER GAMES: 10 games, 7 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the first round, third
overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft.                                                       FUN FACTS
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Recorded his first TD reception on an 80-yard              • Donated $500,000 to create a
reception at Green Bay on Sept. 18, and finished with 3 receptions for 107      scholarship endowment at the
yards...Had a career-high 2 TD receptions vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, 2005.     University of Michigan for the
                                                                                football player who wears the
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                                                                                pledged to the university by a
2005: In his rookie season with the Browns showed the play-making skills        professional athlete.
that led him to be the third overall selection in the 2005 NFL Draft…         • Father, Stanley, played football at
Appeared in 10 games, including seven starts and totaled 32 receptions          Michigan and in the NFL with the
for 512 yards (16.0 avg.) and 3 TDs…Began the year as the third-wide            Houston Oilers (1982-86) and
receiver, however moved into the starting lineup in the club's eighth           Detroit Lions (1987).
game of the year vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Recorded his first career 100-
yard receiving game with 3 receptions for 107 yards, including his first career NFL TD reception on a 80-yard pass
from QB Trent Dilfer at Green Bay on Sept. 18…Had a season-high 2 TDs receptions vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4,
including 17-yard and 34-yard TD strikes from QB Charlie Frye…Set a career-high 6 receptions vs. Miami on Nov.
20…Suffered an arm infection that forced him to miss two games vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, and at Baltimore on Oct.
16…Suffered a season-ending right knee injury vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, and was placed on Injured Reserve on
Dec. 5, and missed the final four regular season contests…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Made his NFL debut by
playing WR and had 2 receptions for 16 yards..One of his two receptions resulted in a first down…Game 2 at
Green Bay 9/18: Made his first career NFL start at WR as the Browns opened in a three-wide receiver set and fin-
ished with 3 receptions for 107 yards receiving, including an 80-yard TD…Made a game-changing play in the 3rd
quarter, as he connected with QB Trent Dilfer on a quick slant and went 80-yards for his first NFL TD and helped
extend the lead to 19-7… All three of his receptions resulted in first downs…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started
with 4 receptions for 43 yards (10.8 avg.), including a long of 20 yards…One of his four receptions resulted in a
first down…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Inactive (arm)…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Inactive (arm)…Game 6 vs.
Detroit 10/23: Played with 3 receptions for 30 yards (10.0 avg.), including a long of 14 yards…All three receptions
resulted in first downs…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Played with 2 receptions for 32 yards (16.0 avg.), including a
long of 26 yards…One of two pass receptions were for a first down…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started with 1
reception for 2 yards…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started and had 2 receptions for 64 yards (32.0 avg.), includ-
ing a long of 37 yards…Both receptions were for first downs…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started with a career-
high 6 receptions for 90 yards (15.0 avg.), including a long of 25 yards…Four of his six receptions were for first
downs…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started with 4 receptions for 42 yards (10.5 avg.), including a long of 14
yards…All four receptions resulted in a first down…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started and had 5 receptions
for 86 yards (17.2 avg.) and 2 TDs…In the 2nd quarter, hauled in a 34-yard TD pass from QB Charlie Frye in the
end zone to cap a 9-play, 78-yard (5:20) drive to open a 7-3 lead…Also in the 2nd quarter, connected with Frye on
a 17-yard TD pass to take a 14-3 lead at the half…Three of his five receptions resulted in first downs…Injured his
right knee in the 4th quarter and did not return.
COLLEGE: Multi-talented receiver and Biletnikoff Award winner, given to the nation’s top collegiate receiver,
played in 44 career games at Michigan, including 36 starts, and shattered the school’s receiving records with

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                 252 receptions for 3,542 yards (14.1 avg.) and 39 TDs…His 252 career receptions surpassed the previous school
                 mark of 176 (Marquise Walker, 1998-2001), his 3,542 yards topped the Wolverine record of 3,076 (Walker, 1998-
                 2001) and his 39 TDs topped Michigan TD mark of 37 scores (Anthony Carter, 1979-82)…A three-year starter, his
                 39 TDs also set a Big Ten all-time record, while his 252 catches rank fourth and 3,542 yards rank third in con-
                 ference annals…Broke school season-records, as he snared 97 passes for 1,330 yards his senior season and
                 became the only player in Big Ten Conference annals and only the ninth in NCAA Division 1-A history to gain
                 over 1,000 yards receiving in a season three times in a career…Only Desmond Howard (19 in 1991) had more
                 TD catches in a season for the Wolverines than Edward’s 15 TDs…In 2004, named All-American first-team selec-
                 tion by The NFL Draft Report, the Associated Press, Walter Camp Football Foundation, American Football
                 Coaches Association, Football Writers Association and College Football News…Became the first Wolverine to
                 earn the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation’s top receiver…Finished tenth in the voting for the Heisman
                 Trophy…Consensus All-Big Ten Conference first-team and Offensive Player-of-the-Year…Winner of the Bo
                 Schembechler Award as Michigan’s Most Valuable Player...Started all year at split end, setting Michigan records
                 for receptions and receiving yards in a season, as he hauled in 97 passes for 1,330 yards (13.7 avg.) and 15
                 TDs…Ranked second in the nation with an average of 8.08 catches per game, fourth with 1,330 yards receiving
                 and fifth with an average of 110.83 yards receiving per game…As a junior in 2003, named All-Big Ten
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                 Conference first-team selection…Switched numbers to #1 from jersey #80…Led the team with 85 receptions for
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                 1,138 yards (13.4 avg.) and 14 TDs…His 85 catches, 1,138 yards and 14 scores rank third on Michigan’s season-
                 record list…Had six 100-yard receiving games, including a school-record four straight 100-yard games…As a
                 sophomore in 2002, named All-Big Ten Conference second-team selection…Started twelve games at split end
                 and led the team with 67 receptions for 1,035 yards (15.4 avg.) and 10 TDs…Caught at least three passes in
                 every contest and had four 100-yard-plus receiving games...Scored at least one TD in eight contests and had
                 two multiple TD performances...Ranked fifth in the Big Ten with 5.25 receptions per game and seventh with 77.1
                 receiving yards per game…In 2001, appeared in six games as a reserve split end and finished with 3 receptions
                 for 38 yards (12.7 avg.).
                 PERSONAL: At Michigan also ran track during the indoor and outdoor season, competing in the high jump as
                 well as the 60-meter and 200-meter dashes…Attended Bishop Gallagher High School (Mich.)...One-year letter-
                 man and starter on Bishop Gallagher varsity team and two-year letterman and starter on Martin Luther King
                 High (Detroit) varsity team…Tallied 63 receptions for 740 yards and 8 TDs in three-year varsity career and
                 rushed 4 times for 152 yards and 2 TDs...Also completed 10-of-17 passes for 200 yards...Recorded 170 tackles,
                 7 sacks, 10 TFL, 3 forced fumbles, 3 recovered fumbles, 5 interceptions and returned one for a TD…Set school,
                 league and state records for most positions started in one year—wide receiver, running back, free safety, cor-
                 nerback, linebacker, defensive end, quarterback, tight end, kick returner, punt returner and long snapper...As a
                 senior caught 28 passes for 470 yards and 4 TDs, rushed 11 times for 205 yards and 1 TD, and added 78 tack-
                 les, 7 sacks and 5 interceptions…Named CBS PrepStar All-America team senior year and earned all-conference,
                 all-east, all-metro and all-state accolades...Rated as a three-star prospect and as the No. 49 receiver in the nation
                 by Rivals.com, listed as the No. 57 player in the midwest by SuperPrep Magazine, rated as No. 79 player in the
                 midwest by Midwest Football Recruiting News, ranked as the No. 20 player in Michigan by the Detroit Free
                 Press and selected to the Detroit News 2000 Dream Team as a defensive back...Averaged 17 points, 5 rebounds
                 and 4 blocks per game during his one year of varsity basketball...Also ran the 100, 200, 4x100 relay and 4x200
                 relay on the track team…Full name is Braylon Jamel Edwards and was born Feb. 21, 1983 in Detroit,
                 Mich...Father, Stanley, played football at Michigan (1977-81) and in the NFL with the Houston Oilers (1982-86)
                 and Detroit Lions (1987).

                                                    EDWARDS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RECEPTIONS: 6 vs. Miami 11/20/05
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 107 at Green Bay 9/18/05
                 RECEIVING TD’S: 2 vs. Jacksonville 12/4/05
                 LONG RECEPTION: 80t at Green Bay 9/18/05

                 EDWARDS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                    RECEIVING                                 RUSHING
                 YEAR TEAM              GP     GS         NO      YDS   AVG LG           TD        NO      YDS AVG          LG     TD
                 2005 Cleveland         10      7         32      512   16.0 80t          3         0       0    0.0         0      0
                 NFL TOTALS             10     7          32      512 16.0 80T            3         0       0    0.0         0      0




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EDWARDS’ 2005 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                  RECEIVING                                               RUSHING
DATE      OPP        NO      YDS     AVG     LG              TD            NO       YDS      AVG        LG      TD
9/11      Cin.        2       16       8.0     9              0             0        0        0.0        0       0
9/18      @ G.B.      3      107      35.7   80t              1             0        0        0.0        0       0
9/25      @ Ind.      4       43      10.8    20              0             0        0        0.0        0       0
10/9      Chi.        Inactive (arm)
10/16     @ Balt.     Inactive (arm)
10/23     Det.        3       30      10.0    14              0            0         0         0.0       0       0
10/30     @ Hou.      2       32      16.0    26              0            0         0         0.0       0       0
11/6      Tenn.       1        2       2.0     2              0            0         0         0.0       0       0
11/13     @ Pitt.     2       64      32.0    37              0            0         0         0.0       0       0
11/20     Mia.        6       90      15.0    25              0            0         0         0.0       0       0
11/27     @ Minn.     4       42      10.5    14              0            0         0         0.0       0       0
12/4      Jack.       5       86      17.2   34t              2            0         0         0.0       0       0
12/11     @ Cin.      Injured Reserve (knee)




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12/18     @ Oak.      Injured Reserve (knee)




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12/24     Pitt.       Injured Reserve (knee)
1/1       Balt.       Injured Reserve (knee)
TOTALS    10 GM      32      512     16.0    80T              3            0         0         0.0       0       0


                       DL SIMON FRASER 75
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                         BIRTHDATE: MARCH 27, 1983
                        YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                            ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-6                                 COLLEGE: OHIO STATE
                        WEIGHT: 295
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (16/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 16 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by Cleve-
land on April 29, 2005.                                                              FUN FACTS
                                                                             • Father, Hamish, is a professor at
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             Ohio State and once coached
                                                                               rugby at the University of Illinois.
2005: Earned a roster spot as an undrafted rookie free agent out of Ohio
State and appeared in all 16 regular season games on special teams…          • Highlights in football career are
Saw limited action as a backup defensive end with 1 defensive tackle…          Ohio high school state champi-
Made his Browns debut by playing on special teams in the opener vs.            onship with Upper Arlington High
Cincinnati on Sept. 11…Saw action at defensive end at Indianapolis on          School in 2000 and NCAA title
Sept. 25, at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13 and vs. Miami on Nov. 20…Added 1            with the Ohio State Buckeyes in
tackle vs. Miami on Nov. 20.                                                   2002.

COLLEGE: Played in all 51 games, including 26 starts, in his Buckeye career, totaling 88 tackles, 10 sacks for 55
yards, 22 TFL, 16 PBU, 2 forced fumbles and 1 recovered fumble…Three-time Ohio State Scholar-Athlete selec-
tion and a two-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree…As a senior, co-captain and the anchor of the Buckeyes’
defensive line…Voted Ohio State’s Jack Stephenson defensive lineman of the year by his teammates…Second-
team All-Big Ten selection…Started all 12 games, racked up 28 tackles, including 5 TFL and 2.5 sacks…Added 4
tackles vs. Northwestern, Iowa and Michigan State.
PERSONAL: Born March 27, 1983 in Upper Arlington, Ohio…Father, Hamish, is a professor at Ohio State and
once coached rugby at the University of Illinois…Avid hockey fan and has become good friends with Rick Nash
of the Columbus Blue Jackets…Highlights in football career are Ohio high school state championship with Upper
Arlington High School in 2000 and NCAA title with the Ohio State Buckeyes in 2002…Majored in criminology…
First-team Division I Associated Press All-Ohio selection as a junior and senior…Team won 2000 Division I state
championship and posted a perfect 15-0 record…Totaled 130 tackles, 30 sacks, 6 forced fumbles and 3 recovered
fumbles in 2000…Also played basketball and ran track (110 hurdles, shotput and discus)…Qualified for the state
championship meet as a junior in the shotput…Married the former Mallory Harvey this summer.
                                   FRASER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 1 vs. Miami 11/20/05
FRASER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                  TACKLES         QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2005 Cleveland 16 0      1    1      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      0
NFL TOTALS      16 0     1    1      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      0
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                                         QB CHARLIE FRYE 9
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: AUG. 28, 1981
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                              ACQUIRED: D(3) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: AKRON
                                         WEIGHT: 218
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (7  /5).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 7 games, 5 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the third round, 67th
                 overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft.                                                       FUN FACTS
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: In his first NFL start established a franchise single-     • Grew up in Willard, Ohio (popula-
                 game rookie record with a 136.7 QB rating on 13-of-20 passing for 226           tion 6,800), which is located about
                 yards and 2 TDs in a 20-14 loss to Jacksonville on Dec. 4, 2005.                75 miles southwest of Cleveland.
                                                                                               • Established a friendship with his
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                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              childhood hero, former Browns
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                                                                                                 QB Bernie Kosar.
                 2005: In his rookie season with the Browns, appeared in seven contests,
                 including starts in the final five regular season games, and was 98-of-164 • Father, David, is a printing super-
                 passing for 1,002 yards, 4 TDs and 5 interceptions for a 72.8 QB rating…         visor and his mother, Sally, is a
                 Was 2-5 as a starter…Named Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week three times-            high school teacher.
                 Dec. 4 vs. Jacksonville, Dec. 18 at Oakland, and Jan. 1 vs. Baltimore…In • Very active in the Cleveland com-
                 his first NFL start established a franchise single-game rookie record with       munity with apperances with the
                 a 136.7 QB rating on 13-of-20 passing for 226 yards and 2 TDs in a 20-14         Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospi-
                 loss to Jacksonville on Dec. 4…Entered the season as the backup QB               tal, the Cleveland Fookbank and
                 behind starter Trent Dilfer…Was the backup for the first nine weeks of the       helped renovate Bump Taylor
                 season…Made his NFL debut vs. Miami on Nov. 20, and was 6-of-11 pass-            Field as part of the NFL Grass-
                 ing for 58 yards with 1 interception as he played in one offensive series in     roots Field Renovation.
                 the 2nd quarter and two series in the 4th quarter…Connected with TE
                 Steve Heiden for his first NFL pass completion…In the 2nd quarter, orchestrated a 14-play, 57-yard (5:58) FG
                 drive, capped by a K Phil Dawson 40-yard FG to open a 12-0 lead at the half, as Frye was 4-7-37 passing on the
                 drive…The following week at Minnesota on Nov. 27, entered the game in the 4th quarter for one play and threw
                 an interception…Made his first career start vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, and was 13-of-20 passing for 226 yards
                 with 2 TDs and a 136.7 QB rating…His 136.7 QB rating set a franchise single-game rookie record (132.2, Tim
                 Couch, 10/31/99 at New Orleans)…Named Diet Pepsi NFL.com Rookie-of-the-Week…In the 2nd quarter, orches-
                 trated a 9-play, 78-yard (5:20) drive, capped by a 34-yard TD pass to WR Braylon Edwards to open a 7-3 lead, as
                 Frye was 3-3-53 passing on the drive…Also in the 2nd quarter in the 2:00 minute offense, connected with
                 Edwards for a 17-yard TD pass on a 4-play, 59-yard (0:30) drive to open a 14-3 halftime lead, as Frye was 3-3-53
                 passing on the drive…Started at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, and was 16-of-24 passing for 138 yards with 1 TD and 1
                 interception for a 78.1 QB rating…Also added his first rushing TD of his career with a 3-yard TD run…In the 1st
                 quarter, orchestrated the Browns opening drive for an 8-play, 56-yard (4:59) TD, capped by his 3-yard TD run to
                 open a 7-0 lead, as Frye was 3-3-23 passing on the drive…In the 2nd quarter, connected with TE Steve Heiden for
                 a 2-yard TD pass to open a 14-7 lead, as Frye was 3-3-13 passing on the drive…In the 3rd quarter, led the Browns
                 on a 14-play, 60-yard (8:49) FG drive, capped by a K Phil Dawson 41-yard FG…In the 4th quarter, managed a 10-
                 play, 41-yard (5:27) FG drive, as K Phil Dawson tied the game, 20-20, with a 29-yard FG…Had 4 carries for 14 yards
                 and 1 rushing TD...Connected on his first six passes of the game…Started at Oakland on Dec. 18, and was 21-32
                 passing for 198 yards and 1 interception for a 69.5 QB rating…The 9-7 win was his first win as a starting QB…Was
                 named Diet Pepsi Rookie of the Week…Orchestrated the game-winning drive with a 12-play, 43-yard (3:15) drive
                 as K Phil Dawson connected on a 37-yard FG as time expired for the win, as Frye was 4-5-32 passing on the
                 drive…Late in the 2nd quarter, led the Browns on a 6-play, 24-yard (1:16) FG drive, capped by Dawson’s 44-yard
                 FG at the end of the half to cut the lead to 7-3, as Frye was 3-4-28 passing on the drive…Completed a pass to
                 eight different receivers…Also had 7 carries for 11 yards…Started vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, and was 20-of-39
                 passing for 183 yards and a 64.4 QB rating…In the regular season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, started at QB
                 and was 22-of-37 passing for 199 yards with 1 TD and 1 interception for a 71.8 QB rating…Was named Diet Pepsi
                 Rookie of the Week…In the 2nd quarter, led a 9-play, 66-yard (4:22) drive, which ended with a K Phil Dawson 21-
                 yard FG, as Frye was 5-7-64 passing on the drive…Late in the 2nd quarter, led a 7-play, 37-yard (1:09) drive,
                 capped by Dawson’s 39-yard FG to cut the deficit to 13-6, as Frye was 3-5-26 passing on the drive…In the 3rd
                 quarter, connected with WR Antonio Bryant on a 6-yard TD pass in the 3rd quarter to cut the deficit to 16-13...His
                 22 completions were a career-high.
                 COLLEGE: Another in a long line of standout QBs to emerge from the Mid-American Conference in recent years,
                 Frye is primed to follow in the footsteps of Marshall’s Chad Pennington (New York Jets), Byron Leftwich
                 (Jacksonville) and Miami of Ohio’s Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh)…Finished collegiate career at Akron with 54
                 of the school’s passing and total offense records…Played in 46 games and completed 913-of-1,436 passes
                 (63.6%) for 11,049 yards, 64 TDs and 32 interceptions…Added 429 yards and 19 TDs on 375 carries, giving him

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11,478 yards and 87 TDs in total offense…Only the third QB in Mid-American Conference history and 16th in
NCAA Division 1-A annals to throw for at least 2,000 yards in four consecutive seasons…His 11,049 yards pass-
ing rank third in conference annals and 15th in NCAA Division 1-A history, while his 11,478 yards in total offense
rank second on the MAC career-record list and tenth in NCAA history…As a senior in 2004, named All-American
Dream Team selection by The NFL Draft Report…All-Mid American Conference first-team choice and recipient of
the MAC’s Verne Smith Leadership Award, given to the top player in the conference…Also won the Joe Fogg
Award (top local college athlete)…Completed 220-of-346 passes (63.6%) for 2,623 yards, 18 TDs…Scored twice
on 100 carries…Gained 2,617 yards in total offense…Also punted twice for 52 yards…As a junior in 2003, named
All-American honorable mention and All-Mid American Conference second-team choice by The NFL Draft
Report…Started eleven games, ranking fifth in the country in total offense (319.8 ypg) and tenth in passing
(295.75 ypg)…Completed 273-of-421 passes (64.8%) for 3,549 yards, 22 TDs and only 9 interceptions, shattering
the school season-records that he set in 2002 (250-of-380 passes for 2,824 yards)…His 22 TDs broke the old Akron
season-record of 17, while his pass completion percentage of 64.8 ranks second on the school’s record chart…
Scored 7 TDs while gaining 288 yards on 111 carries…Performed in 532 plays, totaling 3,837 yards, breaking his
previous Akron record of 2,949 yards in 2002…Also punted 7 times for 248 yards (35.4 avg.), as only one of his
kicks were returned (2 yards) and 5 punts were downed In20…As a sophomore in 2002, named All-MAC second-




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MAC player...Shattered numerous school records and ranked fifth in the nation in passing completion percent-
age (65.8%), despite playing most of the season with a broken right thumb…Completed 250-of-380 attempts for
2,824 yards, 15 TDs, breaking his previous school records of 170 completions of 289 throws in 2001 and James
Washington’s 2,319 yards in 2000…Ranked third on the team with 102 carries for 125 yards and 7 TDs…
Participated in 482 plays for a total of 2,949 yards, breaking the old school season-record of 2,432 yards by Mike
Johnson in 1988…As a freshman in 2001, winner of the team’s Outstanding Freshman Award, as he rewrote two
school season-record books in his first year with the team…Completed 170-of-289 passes (then school record
58.8%) for 2,053 yards and 9 TDs, topping the old mark of 148 pass completions…Added 3 TDs on 62 carries,
gaining 22 yards…Was redshirted as a freshman in 2000.
PERSONAL: Attended Willard (Oh.) High and finished his career with 17 school records, including pass comple-
tions (482), passing yards (6,209) and TD passes (54)...Named Northwest District Player-of-the-Year as he led
Willard to a 10-2 mark and a state playoff berth as a senior…Also earned first-team All-Ohio Division III hon-
ors…Education major at Akron…Dean’s List student…Born Aug. 28, 1981 in Willard, Ohio…Son of Sally and
David Frye…Wore a Superman t-shirt under his uniform during each collegiate game, a tradition he started in
high school to honor his favorite superhero…Throws with his right hand, but writes with his left hand and is also
a left-footed kicker.

                                     FRYE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
PASSING ATTEMPTS: 39 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24/05
COMPLETIONS: 22 vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
PASSING YARDS: 226 vs. Jacksonville 12/4/05
PASSING TDS: 2 vs. Jacksonville 12/4/05
LONG PASS: 45 vs. Jacksonville 12/4/05
INTERCEPTIONS: 1, five occasions
RUSH ATTEMPTS: 6 at Oakland 12/18/05
RUSH YARDS: 12 at Cincinnati 12/11/05; at Oakland 12/18/05
RUSH TDS: 1 at Cincinnati 12/11/05
LONG RUSH: 12 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24/05

                                           FRYE’S CAREER STREAKS
CONSECUTIVE PASSES WITHOUT INT: 48 (2005- at Oakland 12/18/05 to vs. Baltimore 1/1/06)
CONSECUTIVE COMPLETED PASSES: 6 at Cincinnati 12/11/05; at Oakland 12/18/05
PASSES TO DIFFERENT RECEIVERS IN A GAME: 8 at Oakland 12/18/05

FRYE’S CAREER PASSING STATISTICS
                         *(W-L)                     YDS/                                         YDS   QB
YEAR TEAM        GP GS RECORD ATT CMP PCT     YDS ATT TD INT LG                              SK LOST RATING
2005 Cleveland 7 5         2-3   164 98 59.8% 1,002 6.1 4 5  45                              22 135   72.8
NFL     TOTALS   7 5       2-3   164 98 59.8% 1002 6.1 4  5 45                               22 135   72.8
*as a starter

FRYE’S CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS
YEAR         TEAM            ATT                     YARDS               AVG              LONG             TD
2005         Cleveland        18                       52                 2.9               12              1
NFL          TOTALS           18                       52                2.9               12               1



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                 CHARLIE FRYE CONTINUED...
                 2005 OFFENSIVE GAME-BY-GAME STATISTICS
                 DATE    OPP        ATT    COMP YDS                 PCT      TD    INT    LG       TKD       RAT        RESULT
                  9/11   Cin.        DNP
                  9/18   @ G.B.      DNP
                  9/25   @ Ind.      DNP
                 10/9    Chi.        DNP
                 10/16   @ Balt.     DNP
                 10/23   Det.        DNP
                 10/30   @ Hou.      DNP
                 11/6    Tenn.       DNP
                 11/13   @ Pitt.     DNP
                 11/20   Mia.        11      6    58                .545     0      1     15       0-0       31.6
                 11/27   @ Minn.      1      0     0                .000     0      1      0       0-0        0.0
                 12/4    Jack.       20     13   226                .650     2      0     45      5-21      136.7      L, 14-20
                 12/11   @ Cin.      24     16   138                .667     1      1     17      2-14       78.1      L, 20-23
                 12/18   @ Oak.      32     21   198                .656     0      1     33      2-13       69.5       W, 9-7
                 12/24   Pitt.       39     20   183                .512     0      0     29      8-60       64.4       L, 0-41
       PLAYERS




                 1/1     Balt.       37     22   199                .595     1      1     33      5-27       71.8     W, 20-16
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                 TOTALS 7 GM        164     98  1,002               .598     4      5     45     22-135     72.8    2-3 (STARTER)


                                         RB WILLIAM GREEN 31
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 5TH                            BIRTHDATE: DEC. 17, 1979
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                               ACQUIRED: D (1) – ’02
                                         HEIGHT: 6-0                                    COLLEGE: BOSTON COLLEGE
                                         WEIGHT: 217
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (16/10, 1           /7); 2004 (15/13); 2005 (8/0).
                                                                             /1); 2003 (7
                                         CAREER GAMES: 46 games, 30 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 1 start.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cleveland in the first round, 16th
                 overall, in the 2002 NFL Draft.                                                      FUN FACTS
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Established a career-high 178 yards rushing and 2          • Ranked second in school history
                 TDs vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, 2002…Recorded back-to-back 100-yard rush-           at Boston College with 33 TDs,
                 ing performances in 2003 with 115 yards rushing at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5,        third with 2,974 yards rushing and
                 and 145 yards vs. Oakland on Oct. 12.                                           sixth with 501 rushing attempts.

                                    SEASONAL REVIEW                                            • Named 2001 Big East Offensive
                                                                                                 Player-of-the-Year.
                 2005: In his fourth season with the Browns, played in eight games and
                 added 20 carries for 78 yards and 5 receptions for 30 yards…Had a season-high 10 carries for 48 yards at Houston
                 on Oct. 30…In the regular season opener vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11, added 4 carries for 12 yards…Added 1 recep-
                 tion for 14 yards at Green Bay on Sept. 18, and contributed with 1 kickoff return for 18 yards and 1 special teams
                 tackle…Had 4 kickoff returns for 61 yards and 1 special teams tackle at Indianapolis on Sept. 25…Added 2 carries
                 for 1 yard and 1 reception for 7 yards vs. Chicago on Oct. 9…Had 2 carries for 15 yards at Baltimore on Oct. 16…
                 Added 1 rush for 3 yards, 1 reception for 2 yards vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, and also had 1 special teams tackle…Had
                 10 carries for 48 yards and 1 reception for 4 yards at Houston on Oct. 30…Missed the next four games due to an
                 ankle injury…Returned to play on special teams vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4…Listed as inactive for the final four
                 regular season games.
                 2004: Appeared in 15 games, including 13 starts, and totaled 163 carries for 585 yards (3.6 avg.) and 2 TDs…
                 Also added 14 receptions for 84 yards…Had a season-high 115 yards on 25 carries vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, which
                 marked his sixth career 100-yard rushing performance…In the regular season opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12,
                 started and had 22 carries for 65 yards, and 4 receptions for 27 yards…Started at Dallas on Sept. 19, with 19 car-
                 ries for 52 yards…Started and had 91 yards on 15 carries (6.1 avg.), including a long of 21 yards at N.Y. Giants
                 on Sept. 26…Rushed for 115 yards on 25 carries (4.6 avg.), including a long of 26 yards vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17,
                 as Green rushed for 115 yards, QB Jeff Garcia passed for 310 yards, and RB Lee Suggs had 100 yards receiving,
                 making the sixth time in franchise history that the Browns had a 300-yard passer, 100-yard receiver and 100-yard
                 rusher in the same game (last time was 11/23/86 when Bernie Kosar passed for 414 yards, RB Kevin Mack rushed
                 for 106 yards and WR Webster Slaughter had 134 yards receiving in a 37-31 overtime win vs. Pittsburgh)…Tallied
                 his first rushing TD of the season vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, with 14 carries for 64 yards…Started and led the
                 club with 15 carries for 75 yards (5.0 avg.) and 1 TD at Cincinnati on Nov. 28.
                 2003: Began the season as the Browns starting running back and started the first seven games with 559 yards
                 rushing on 142 carries (3.9 avg.) and 1 TD, and added 10 receptions for 50 yards (5.0 avg.)…Established a career-
                 high 33 carries for 115 yards (3.5 avg.) in a 33-13 road win at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5…Followed that performance
                 with a season-high 145 yards rushing and 1 TD vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, in a 13-7 win, for back-to-back 100-yard

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rushing games for the first time in his career…In the season opener vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, rushed for 86
yards on 21 carries (4.1 avg.), and had 9 carries of five yards or more and added 3 receptions for 19 yards…
Started at Baltimore on Sept. 14, and had 17 carries for 54 yards, and topped the 1,000 rushing yard mark for his
career…Started with 15 carries for 47 yards at San Francisco on Sept. 21, and added 16 carries for 47 yards vs.
Cincinnati on Sept. 28…Recorded his fourth career 100-yard game at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5, with 115 yards on a
career-high 33 carries in a 33-13 win…Had 85 yards rushing in the second half vs. the Steelers and added five
carries of 9 yards or more…The following week vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, had a season-high 145 yards rushing on
26 carries (5.6 avg.) and 1 TD in a 13-7 win…His 145 yards rushing marked the fifth 100-yard rushing perform-
ance of his career and marked the first time a Browns running back had back-to-back 100-yard rushing games
since Kevin Mack (11/30/86 and 11/23/86)…Started vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, with 14 carries and 65 yards (4.6
avg.), and left the game in the 3rd quarter with a shoulder injury…Inactive the following week at New England
on Oct. 26, due to the shoulder injury…Missed the final eight games of the season due to an NFL suspension for
violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
2002: In his rookie season, exploded in the second half of the season to solidify his spot as the club’s feature
back and totaled 887 yards on 243 attempts (3.7 avg.) and 6 rushing TDs, as he appeared in all 16 regular season
games, including 10 starts…Started the last seven regular season games and rushed for 726 yards on 172 car-




                                                                                                                      PLAYERS
ries (4.2 avg.) and 5 TDs in that stretch…In the regular season finale vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, rushed for a career-




                                                                                                                            Veterans
high 178 yards and 2 TDs on 27 carries to help the Browns earn a spot in the AFC Wild Card game…His three
100-yard rushing outings were the most by a Browns rookie since Kevin Mack set the previous rookie club mark
with three in 1985...Set a club rookie mark with 243 rushing attempts (Kevin Mack, 222 in 1985) and had 887 rush-
ing yards, the 2nd most by a Browns running back since 1985 and 3rd most by a rookie in team history…Green
(887 rushing/113 receiving) became the first Browns running back with 1,000 yards from scrimmage since 1994
(1335, Leroy Hoard, 890 rush/445 receiving)…Named by Pro Football Weekly 2002 All-Rookie Team…Topped the
100-yard rushing plateau three times: 28-114-1 rushing at New Orleans on Nov. 24; 26-119-1 rushing at Jackson-
ville on Dec. 8, and 27-178-2 rushing vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29…Had 16 receptions for 113 yards (7.1 avg.)…Named
2002 Player-of-the-Year by Cleveland Chapter of the Professional Football Writers of America…Make his first NFL
start vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, with 17 carries for 36 yards…Started vs. Houston on Oct. 20, and recorded his
first career rushing TD on a 1-yard plunge with 12 carries for 24 yards…Following the bye week, became the fea-
ture back and started at Cincinnati on Nov. 17, with 25 carries for 96 yards in Cleveland’s 27-20 win…Started at
New Orleans on Nov. 24, and was named NFL Rookie-of-the-Week by NFL.com with 28 carries for 114 yards and
1 TD in a 24-15 win…Started vs. Carolina on Dec. 1, with 24 carries for 94 yards and a season-high 3 receptions
for 44 yards…Started at Jacksonville on Dec. 8, and was named NFL Rookie-of-the-Week by NFL.com with 26 car-
ries for 119 yards and 1 TD in a 21-20 win…Started vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 15, with 22 carries for 69 yards and
1 rushing TD, and added 20 carries for 56 yards at Baltimore on Dec. 22…In the regular season finale, rushed for
a career-high 178 yards on 27 carries and 2 TDs to help the Browns clinch a Wild Card playoff berth and was
named NFL Rookie-of-the-Week by NFL.com…In the victory, added a 64-yard TD run and his 178 yards rushing
were the most rushing yards by a Browns back since RB Earnest Byner (188 yds., 21 att., at Houston, 12/16/84)
and totaled the third most rushing yards by a Browns rookie back in franchise history (887 yards)…In the AFC
Wild Card game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, had 25 carries for 30 yards and 1 rushing TD.
COLLEGE: In 31 games at Boston College, carried the ball 501 times for 2,974 yards (5.9 avg.) and 33 TDs…
Ranked second in school history with 33 TDs, third with 2,974 yards rushing and sixth with 501 rushing
attempts…In 2001 as a junior, named All-America first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, The Sporting
News and Football News…All-Big East Conference first-team selection and Offensive Player-of-the-Year…
Carried 265 times for 1,559 yards (5.9 avg.) and 15 TDs…Added 23 receptions for 260 yards (11.3 avg.) and 2
TDs…Averaged 181.9 all-purpose yards per game…As a sophomore in 2000, named first team All-Big East
Conference pick…Second in the league in rushing (20th in the nation) with 187 carries for 1,164 yards (6.2 avg.)
and 14 TDs…Caught 6 passes for 78 yards (13.0 avg.) and a score…Returned 9 kickoffs for 199 yards (22.1 avg.)
and also recorded a solo tackle…As a freshman in 1999, played in 10 games as a reserve tailback, finishing third
on the team with 49 carries for 251 yards (5.1 avg.) and 4 TDs…Returned 13 kickoffs for 342 yards (26.3 avg.) and
also had an 11-yard punt return.
PERSONAL: Earned All-America honors from Super Prep, Tom Lemming, National Recruiting Advisor, RivalNet,
Prep Star, Parade and Blue Chip Illustrated and was rated among Super Prep’s National Top 50 (third-rated
running back on the magazine’s dream team), in addition to being a consensus all-state selection at Holy Spirit
(Atlantic City, N.J.) High School...Selected to play in both the Governor’s Cup (New York vs. New Jersey) and
the New Jersey North-South Game...Rushed for 1,512 yards and 19 touchdowns as a senior (8.2 avg.)…Also
competed in track, running the 400-meter event…Sociology major, enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences...
William and his six siblings are the children of the late Mabel and Bobby Green…Born on Dec. 17, 1979.
                                    GREEN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 33 at Pittsburgh 10/5/03
RUSHING YARDS: 178 vs. Atlanta 12/29/02
RUSHING TD’S: 2 vs. Atlanta 12/29/02
LONG RUSH: 64t vs. Atlanta 12/29/02
RECEPTIONS: 4 vs. Baltimore 9/12/04
RECEIVING YARDS: 44 vs. Carolina 12/1/02
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                 WILLIAM GREEN CONTINUED...
                 RECEIVING TD’S: 0
                 LONG RECEPTION: 18 vs. Carolina 12/1/02
                 COMBINED YARDS FROM SCRIMMAGE: 187 vs. Atlanta 12/29/02 (178 rush/ 9 rec.)
                                                   CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (6)
                 178 vs. Atlanta 12/29/02 (178 yards, 27 attempts, 2 TD)
                 145 vs. Oakland 10/12/03 (145 yards, 26 attempts, 1 TD)
                 119 at Jacksonville 12/8/02 (119 yards, 26 attempts, 1 TD)
                 115 at Pittsburgh 10/5/03 (115 yards, 33 attempts, 0 TD)
                 115 vs. Cincinnati 10/17/04 (115 yards, 25 attempts, 0 TD)
                 114 at New Orleans 11/24/02 (114 yards, 28 attempts, 1 TD)
                 GREEN’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                   RUSHING                                RECEIVING
                 YEAR TEAM             GP    GS        ATT    YDS     AVG LG       TD        NO        YDS AVG        LG   TD
                 2002 Cleveland        16    10        243     887     3.7 64t      6        16        113     7.1    18    0
       PLAYERS




                 2003 Cleveland         7     7        142     559     3.9 26       1        10         50     5.0    12    0
Veterans




                 2004 Cleveland        15    13        163     585     3.6 46       2        14         84     6.0    17    0
                 2005 Cleveland         8     0         20      78     3.9 17       0         5         30     6.0    14    0
                 NFL TOTALS            46    30        568    2109 3.7 64T          9        45        277    6.2     18    0
                 GREEN’S CAREER POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                         RUSHING                                          RECEIVING
                 YEAR TEAM        GP GS        ATT YDS       AVG LG                TD        NO        YDS AVG      LG     TD
                 2002 Cleveland    1    1       25    30      1.2 23                1         2         8      4.0   7      0
                 NFL   TOTALS      1    1      25     30     1.2  23                1         2         8     4.0    7      0
                 GREEN’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   RUSHING                                             RECEIVING
                 DATE      OPP        NO      YDS       AVG  LG               TD        NO    YDS          AVG        LG   TD
                 9/11      Cin.        4       12        3.0  6                0         0      0           0.0        0    0
                 9/18      @ G.B.      0        0        0.0  0                0         1     14          14.0       14    0
                 9/25      @ Ind.      1       -1       -1.0 -1                0         1      3           3.0        3    0
                 10/9      Chi.        2        1        0.5  1                0         1      7           7.0        7    0
                 10/16     @ Balt.     2       15        7.5  9                0         0      0           0.0        0    0
                 10/23     Det.        1        3        3.0  3                0         1      2           2.0        2    0
                 10/30     @ Hou.      10      48        4.8 17                0         1      4           4.0        4    0
                 11/6      Tenn.       Inactive (ankle)
                 11/13     @ Pitt.     Inactive (ankle)
                 11/20     Mia.        Inactive (ankle)
                 11/27     @ Minn.     Inactive (ankle)
                 12/4      Jack.       0        0        0.0  0               0         0         0         0.0       0    0
                 12/11     @ Cin.      Inactive
                 12/18     @ Oak.      Inactive
                 12/24     Pitt.       Inactive
                 1/1       Balt.       Inactive
                 TOTALS    10 GM       20      78       3.9  17               0         5         30        6.0       14   0
                 GREEN’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                RUSHING                                                RECEIVING
                 DATE      OPP         NO   YDS    AVG     LG                 TD        NO    YDS          AVG        LG   TD
                 9/12      Balt.       22    65     3.0    10                  0         4     27           6.8       13    0
                 9/19      @ Dal.      19    52     2.7    16                  0         1      2           2.0        2    0
                 9/26      @ NYG       15    91     6.1    21                  0         0      0           0.0        0    0
                 10/3      Wash.       4     17     4.3     7                  0         0      0           0.0        0    0
                 10/10     @ Pitt.     3     27     9.0    14                  0         1      3           3.0        3    0
                 10/17     Cin.        25   115     4.6    26                  0         1      0           0.0        0    0
                 10/24     Phil.       14    64     4.6    17                  1         1      3           3.0        3    0
                 11/7      @ Balt.     8     10     1.3     5                  0         1     10          10.0       10    0
                 11/14     Pitt.       DNP
                 11/21     N.Y. J.     8     32     4.0    21                 0          0         0        0.0        0   0
                 11/28     @ Cin.      15    75     5.0    46                 1          2        15        7.5        9   0
                 12/5      N.E.        12    15     1.3     6                 0          3        24        8.0       17   0
                 12/12     @ Buff.     11     5     0.5     8                 0          0         0        0.0        0   0
                 12/19     S.D.        5     17     3.4    13                 0          0         0        0.0        0   0
                 12/26     @ Mia.      0      0     0.0     0                 0          0         0        0.0        0   0
                 1/2       @ Hou.      2      0     0.0     1                 0          0         0        0.0        0   0
                 TOTALS    15 GM      163   585    3.6     46                 2         14        84        6.0       17   0

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GREEN’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                   RUSHING                                            RECEIVING
DATE      OPP        NO      YDS      AVG  LG              TD           NO      YDS       AVG      LG     TD
9/7       Ind.        21       86      4.1 15               0            3       19         6.3    11      0
9/14      @ Balt.     17      54       3.2  8               0            1        7        7.0      7      0
9/21      @ S.F.      15       47      3.1 10               0            0        0         0.0     0      0
9/28      Cin.        16       47      2.9  7               0            3       17        5.7     12      0
10/5      @ Pitt.     33      115      3.5 26               0            1        5         5.0     5      0
10/12     Oak.        26      145      5.6 20               1            1       -2        -2.0    -2      0
10/19     S.D.        14      65       4.6 14               0            1        4        4.0      4      0
10/26     @ N.E.      Inactive (shoulder)
11/9      @ K.C.      (suspension)
11/16     Ariz.       (suspension)
11/23     Pitt.       (suspension)
11/30     @ Sea.      (suspension)
12/8      St. L.      (suspension)




                                                                                                                PLAYERS
12/14     @ Den.      (suspension)




                                                                                                                      Veterans
12/21     Balt.       (suspension)
12/28     @ Cin.      (suspension)
TOTALS    7 GM       142     559      3.9  26               1           10       50       5.0      12     0

GREEN’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                               RUSHING                                                RECEIVING
DATE      OPP        NO    YDS    AVG     LG               TD           NO      YDS       AVG      LG     TD
9/8       K.C.        8     17     2.1      6               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
9/15      Cin.        17    36     2.1      8               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
9/22      @ Ten.      8     26     3.3     14               0            1        5        5.0      5      0
9/29      @ Pitt.     7     16     2.3      7               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
10/6      Balt.       4      2     0.5      3               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
10/13     @ T.B.      8     22     2.8      6               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
10/20     Hou.        12    24     2.0      5               1            0        0        0.0      0      0
10/27     @ NYJ       3      8     2.7      5               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
11/3      Pitt.       4     10     2.5      4               0            0        0        0.0      0      0
11/17     @ Cin.      25    96     3.8     16               0            2        4        2.0      3      0
11/24     @ N.O.      28   114     4.1     23               1            0        0        0.0      0      0
12/1      Car.        24    94     3.9     16               0            3       44       14.7     18      0
12/8      @ Jack.     26   119     4.6     15               1            3       25        8.3     12      0
12/15     Ind.        22    69     3.1      9               1            3       24        8.0     17      0
12/22     @ Balt.     20    56     2.8      9               0            2        2        1.0      4      0
12/29     Atl.        27   178     6.6    64t               2            2        9        4.5     11      0
TOTALS    16 GM       243 887     3.7     64T               6           16      113        7.1     18      0

GREEN’S 2002 POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                               RUSHING                                                RECEIVING
DATE      OPP        NO    YDS    AVG      LG              TD           NO      YDS       AVG      LG     TD
1/5       @ Pitt.     25    30     1.2     23               1            2       8         4.0      7      0
TOTALS    1 GM        25    30     1.2     23               1            2       8         4.0      7      0


                       OL BOB HALLEN 62
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                  BIRTHDATE: MARCH 9, 1975
                       YEAR IN NFL: 9TH                     ACQUIRED: UFA (S.D.) – ’06
                       HEIGHT: 6-3                          COLLEGE: KENT STATE
                       WEIGHT: 302
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1998 (12/0, 3/0); 1999 (16/14); 2000 (16/5); 2001
                                          1);
                       (15/12); 2002 (13/1 2003 (3/2); 2004 (2/0, 1/0); 2005 (9/3).
                       CAREER GAMES: 86 games, 47 starts.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 4 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Atlanta in the second round, 53rd overall, in the 1998 NFL
Draft…Signed by San Diego as an unrestricted free agent on May 2, 2002…Signed by New England as an unre-
stricted free agent on May 5, 2004…Waived by New England on Sept. 8, 2004…Signed by San Diego as a free
agent on Oct. 27, 2004… Signed by San Diego as an unrestricted free agent on March 17, 2005… Signed by
Cleveland as a free agent on March 14, 2006.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Eight-year veteran offensive lineman brings versatility to both the guard and center posi-
tions…Has played in 86 career games, including 47 starts, with Atlanta and San Diego.

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                 BOB HALLEN CONTINUED...

                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                                     FUN FACTS
                 2005: In his fourth season with San Diego, appeared in nine games,             • Has spent the last two off-sea-
                 including three starts…Made his season debut vs. N.Y. Giants on Sept. 25,        son’s working toward the com-
                 replacing center Nick Hardwick at center…Played on special teams at New          pletion of his bachelor’s degree.
                 England on Oct. 2…Saw action at center at Oakland on Oct. 16, for an           • Credits his parents for the inspi-
                 injured Nick Hardwick…Started at center at Philadelphia on Oct. 23, vs.          ration to give back to the commu-
                 Kansas City on Oct. 30, and at N.Y. Jets on Nov. 6…Helped the offensive          nity, as his parents both worked
                 line not allow any sacks in 44 pass attempts vs. the Chiefs…Offensive line       full-time to support him and his
                 also did not allow any sacks in 27 pass attempts and paved the way for           four brothers and sisters.
                 133 yards rushing in a 31-26 win over the Jets…Also saw action at center       • His wife, Heather, is related to Dr.
                 at Indianapolis on Dec. 18.                                                      James Naismith, who invented
                                                                                                  and named the game of basket-
                 2004: Appeared in two games for the Chargers…Saw action at center vs.            ball in 1891.
                 New Orleans on Nov. 7, and vs. Kansas City on Jan. 2…In the AFC Wild
                 Card Playoff Game vs. N.Y. Jets on Jan. 8, replaced injured starting center Nick Hardwick.
       PLAYERS




                 2003: Played in three games, including two starts, before suffering a torn pectoral muscle early in the season…
Veterans




                 Made his season debut at right guard vs. Baltimore on Sept. 21, for an injured Solomon Page…Started the next
                 two games at right guard before suffering a torn pectoral muscle at Jacksonville on Oct. 5…Placed on Injured-
                 Reserve on Oct. 8.
                 2002: Signed by San Diego as a free agent and appeared in 13 games, including 11 starts…Opened the season
                 as the starting left guard for the first ten weeks…Left the game vs. San Francisco on Nov. 17, with a concussion…
                 Saw action at center at Buffalo on Dec. 15, and in the regular season finale vs. Seattle on Dec. 29, replacing
                 injured center Jason Ball in both contests.
                 2001: In his fourth season with the Falcons, started 12 games at left guard, while playing in 15 contests...Missed
                 season finale at St. Louis Jan. 6, due to the flu.
                 2000: Started five games and played in all 16 contests...Saw action at left guard, right guard and left tackle...
                 Started at left guard for first four games...Started first NFL game at left tackle at San Francisco on Nov. 19, when
                 regular starter Bob Whitfield could not play.
                 1999: Started 14 games at left guard and played in all 16 for Falcons...Made first-career NFL start against
                 Minnesota on Sept. 12 in 1999 season opener.
                 1998: In his rookie season with Atlanta, played in 12 games and all three playoff contests, including Super Bowl
                 XXXIII vs. Denver on Jan. 31, 1999 in Miami...Saw first NFL game action at San Francisco on Sept. 27.
                 COLLEGE: At Kent State named first-team All-Mid American Conference choice in 1997...Recipient of the Don
                 Nottingham Cup given to outstanding offensive performer in 1996...Received L&L football scholarship provided
                 by school alum for academic and athletic excellence including 4.0 grade-point average for spring and fall semes-
                 ters...Was fifth Golden Flash alum drafted in second round and was highest player selected in school histo-
                 ry...Majored in community health.
                 PERSONAL: Born March 9, 1975 in Mentor, Ohio...Attended Mentor High School, where he was All-Greater
                 Cleveland Conference first-team pick as well as all-district, All-Lake County and All-Ohio honorable mention...
                 Team captain and member of school's honor roll...Collected two letters in football and three in track...Bob and
                 wife, Heather, have daughter, Brianna, and son, Joshua, and family resides in Concord, Ohio.


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                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 5TH                     BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 21, 1976
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 8TH                        ACQUIRED: TR. (S.D.) – ’02
                                         HEIGHT: 6-5                             COLLEGE: SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
                                         WEIGHT: 267
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: : 1999 (1 /0); 2000 (15/3); 2001 (16/10); 2002 (16/6,
                                                                           1
                                         1/1); 2003 (9/9); 2004 (13/13); 2005 (15/13).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 95 games, 54 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 1 start.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by San Diego in the third round, 69th overall, in the 1999 NFL
                 Draft…Traded from San Diego to Cleveland on Aug. 31, 2002.
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Had a career-high 28 receptions for 287 yards and 5 TDs with Cleveland in
                 2004…Established a career-high 7 receptions for 82 yards and 3 TDs at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, 2004…Grabbed a
                 career-long 62-yard TD reception at Green Bay on Sept. 18, 2005.

                                                       SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Established career-highs with 43 receptions and 401 yards receiving…Ranked second on the team with

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43 receptions, tied for second with 3 TDs and fourth with 401 yards
receiving…His 43 receptions were the most by a Browns TE since 1985                   FUN FACTS
(62, Ozzie Newsome)…20 of his 43 receptions resulted in first downs… • Is a partner in an athletic training
Had a season-high 6 receptions for a career-high 104 yards receiving at       facility center, Athletic Develop-
Green Bay on Sept. 18, including a 62-yard TD reception…Game 1 vs.            ment Corp., using science and
Cincinnati 9/11: Started and had 3 receptions for 32 yards (10.7 avg.),       technology for prep and colle-
including a long of 20 yards…All 3 receptions resulted in first downs…        giate athletes in Valley View, Ohio.
Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Established a career-high 104 yards receiving • Wife, Jessica, works for an equine
and led the team with 6 receptions and 2 TDs…In the 1st quarter, capped       veterinarian working with horses
a 10-play, 71-yard (6:00) drive with a 1-yard TD toss from Trent Dilfer to    throughout Northeast Ohio, in-
tie the game, 7-7, as Heiden was 2-23 receiving on the drive…Late in the      cluding Thistledown Race Track.
4th quarter, connected with Dilfer on a 62-yard TD pass, the longest of his • Recorded his first career TD
career, to open a 26-17 lead…Three of his six receptions were for first       reception and blocked a punt in
downs…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started and had 2 receptions for 12        the same game at Carolina on
yards…One of his two receptions were for first downs…Game 4 vs.               Dec. 17, 2000.
Chicago 10/9: Started with 2 receptions for 11 yards…Both receptions




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were for first downs…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Started and had 4 receptions for 38 yards (9.5 avg.)…One of




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his four receptions resulted in a first down…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started and had 2 receptions for 8
yards…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started and added 4 receptions for 43 yards (10.8 avg.), including a long of
17 yards…Two of his four receptions were for first downs…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Had 2 receptions for 15
yards (7.5 avg.), including a long of 10 yards…One of his two receptions were for a first down…Game 9 at
Pittsburgh 11/13: Started with 1 reception for 0 yards…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started and had 4 receptions
for 31 yards (7.8 avg.)…Threw a key block downfield on RB Reuben Droughns 75-yard TD run in the 1st quar-
ter…One of his four receptions resulted in a first down…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started and added 5
receptions for 55 yards (11.0 avg.), including a long of 16 yards…Three of his five receptions resulted in a first
down…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started with 1 reception for 4 yards…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11:
Started with 3 receptions for 27 yards (9.0 avg.) and 1 TD…In the 2nd quarter, capped a five-play, 19-yard (2:32)
TD drive with a 2-yard TD pass from Charlie Frye to open a 14-7 lead… All three of his receptions resulted in
first downs…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started and had 2 receptions for 8 yards…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh
12/24: Started with 2 receptions for 13 yards…Placed on Injured-Reserve on Dec. 27, 2005 (ankle).
2004: Had a breakout year as he recorded 28 receptions for 287 yards (10.3 avg.) and 5 TDs, despite missing the
first three games of the season with a knee injury…Started in 13 games and his 5 TDs led the team…Ranked
fourth on the club with 28 receptions and 287 yards receiving…Had a career-game at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, as
he had a career-high 7 receptions for 82 yards and 3 TDs…His 3 TDs also tied a franchise record (ninth time in
franchise history) for TD receptions in a game…Began the season as inactive due to a knee injury vs. Baltimore
on Sept. 12, at Dallas on Sept. 19 and at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Made his season debut with 2 receptions for
19 yards vs. Washington on Oct. 3…Started at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10, and vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17…Started vs.
Philadelphia on Oct. 24, with 3 receptions for 42 yards and 1 TD, a 21-yard TD pass in the 3rd quarter to open a
24-21 lead…Started at Baltimore on Nov. 7, with 4 receptions for 31 yards, vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, with 1 recep-
tion for 3 yards, and vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21, with 3 receptions for 19 yards…Started and established a career-
high with 7 receptions for 82 yards and 3 TDs at Cincinnati on Nov. 28…Started vs. New England on
Dec. 5, with 2 receptions for 20 yards and also added a two-point conversion…Started at Buffalo on Dec. 12, with
2 receptions for 19 yards...Started with 1 reception for 5 yards vs. San Diego on Dec. 19, and started at Miami on
Dec. 26, with 1 reception for 27 yards…In the regular season finale at Houston on Jan. 2, started and had 2 recep-
tions for 20 yards and 1 TD, a nine-yard TD pass in the 3rd quarter from QB Kelly Holcomb to open a 16-7 lead.
2003: In his second season with the Browns, recorded 18 receptions for 134 yards (7.4 avg.), despite missing the
final seven games of the season due to an ankle injury…Solidified the starting tight end position out of training
camp with blocking and pass catching ability, and started the first nine games…Had a reception in seven of the
nine games played…Established a season-high 6 receptions at New England on Oct. 26…Opened the season with
2 receptions for 22 yards vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7…Added 1 reception for 5 yards at Baltimore on Sept. 14, and
3 receptions for 25 yards at San Francisco on Sept. 21…Started at Cincinnati on Sept. 28 with 1 reception for 3
yards and added 2 catches for 30 yards at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5…Added 3 receptions for 15 yards vs. San Diego
on Oct. 19, and a season-high 6 catches for 34 yards at New England on Oct. 26…Started at Kansas City on Nov.
9, and left the game in the 2nd quarter with an ankle injury…Placed on Injured-Reserve (ankle) on Nov. 12.
2002: Acquired by the Browns at the end of training camp in a trade with San Diego…Appeared in all 16 regu-
lar season games, including six starts…Solid blocking end who helped the running game improve from 31st to
23rd in the NFL with 100.9 rushing yards per game…Totaled 17 receptions for 105 yards (6.2 avg.), including 1
TD…Added a 1-yard TD reception vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3…Had a season-high 5 receptions for 21 yards at
Jacksonville on Dec. 8…Also was a key player on special teams with 7 tackles…In his Browns debut started vs.
Kansas City on Sept. 8…Started vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, with 1 reception for 8 yards…Played at Tennessee on
Sept. 22, with 1 reception for 11 yards and threw a key block in the 3rd quarter to allow PR Dennis Northcutt to
race 74-yards for TD on a punt return…Had 1 special teams tackle at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29…Played vs. Baltimore
on Oct. 6, and added 1 reception for 12 yards at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13…Played vs. Houston on Oct. 20, and
appeared on special teams with 1 tackle and made a key play by forcing a fumble, which the Browns converted

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                 to a TD in a 34-17 win over the Texans…Played on special teams at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, and added a 1-yard TD
                 reception vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3…Started at Cincinnati on Nov. 17, and had 2 receptions for 15 yards and made
                 a key play on special teams with a fumble recovery in the 4th quarter and added 2 special teams tackles…Had 1
                 reception for 8 yards at New Orleans on Nov. 24, and 2 receptions for 18 yards vs. Carolina on Dec. 1…Started
                 at Jacksonville on Dec. 8, and recorded a season-high 5 receptions for 21 yards…Started vs. Indianapolis on
                 Dec. 15, and added 1 reception for 2 yards at Baltimore on Dec. 22…In the regular season finale vs. Atlanta on
                 Dec. 29, had 2 receptions for 9 yards…In the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, started and also played
                 on special teams.
                 2001: In his third season with San Diego, appeared in all 16 regular season games for the first time in his career,
                 including 10 starting assignments…Totaled 8 receptions for 55 yards…Caught a 3-yard TD reception at New
                 England on Oct. 14.
                 2000: Caught 6 passes for 32 yards and 1 TD…Also contributed 7 tackles on special teams, 1 blocked punt and
                 1 recovered fumble on special teams…Played in 15 games with 3 starting assignments…Caught first-career TD
                 pass for 4 yards at Carolina on Dec. 17…Also blocked first-career punt at Carolina on Dec. 17.
                 1999: In his rookie season with San Diego saw action in 11 regular season games…Contributed 2 tackles on spe-
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                 cial teams…Made his NFL debut on special teams vs. Seattle on Oct. 17.
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                 COLLEGE: Collegiate career totals at South Dakota State include 112 receptions for 1,499 yards (13.4 avg.) and 8
                 TDs…Earned first-team All-North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference honors in 1998…Also earned first-
                 team all-conference academic honors…Voted second-team All-America by Sports Network and third-team
                 Division II All-America by Football Gazette…Selected to Daktronics All-Midwest Region second team…Honorable
                 mention all-conference choice as junior and sophomore…Majored in early childhood education.
                 PERSONAL: Born Steve Allen Heiden on Sept. 21, 1976 in Rushford, Minn…Lettered in football and basketball at
                 Rushford-Peterson (Minn.) High School…All-state selection by Minneapolis Star Tribune as senior…Earned all-
                 area honors from Rochester Post Bulletin and Winona Daily News…Married the former Jessica Preusse in the
                 summer of 2003 in Minnesota…Active in the Cleveland community with support to the Thanksgiving Turkey
                 Giveaway program and the holiday Clothe-A-Child program.
                                                    HEIDEN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RECEPTIONS: 7 at Cincinnati 11/28/04
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 104 at Green Bay 9/18/05
                 RECEIVING TDS: 3 at Cincinnati 11/28/04
                 LONG RECEPTION: 62t at Green Bay 9/18/05

                 HEIDEN’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                                     RECEIVING                               SP T
                 YEAR TEAM                 GP        GS        NO           YDS         AVG             LG        TD        TACKLE
                 1999 San Diego            11         0          0             0         0.0              0        0           2
                 2000 San Diego            15         3          6           32          5.3             10        1           7
                 2001 San Diego            16        10          8            55         6.9             16        1           0
                 2002 Cleveland            16         6         17           105         6.2             12        1           7
                 2003 Cleveland             9         9         18           134         7.4             17        0           1
                 2004 Cleveland            13        13         28           287        10.3             30        5           1
                 2005 Cleveland            15        13         43           401         9.3            62t        3           0
                 NFL TOTALS                95        54        120          1014        8.5             62T       11          18
                 HEIDEN’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS
                 DATE        OPPONENT            NO              YARDS                           AVG           LONG             TD
                 9/11        Cin.                 3                 32                           10.7            20              0
                 9/18        @ G.B.               6                104                           17.3           62t              2
                 9/25        @ Ind.               2                 12                            6.0            11              0
                 10/9        Chi.                 2                 11                            5.5             6              0
                 10/16       @ Balt.              4                 38                            9.5            13              0
                 10/23       Det.                 2                  8                            4.0             5              0
                 10/30       @ Hou.               4                 43                           10.8            17              0
                 11/6        Tenn.                2                 15                            7.5            10              0
                 11/13       @ Pitt.              1                  0                            0.0             0              0
                 11/20       Mia.                 4                 31                            7.8             9              0
                 11/27       @ Minn.              5                 55                           11.0            16              0
                 12/4        Jack.                1                 4                             4.0             4              0
                 12/11       @ Cin.               3                 27                            9.0            15              1
                 12/18       @ Oak.               2                  8                            4.0             4              0
                 12/24       Pitt.                2                 13                            6.5             9              0
                 1/1         Balt.                Injured Reserve (knee)
                 TOTALS      16 GM               43                401                           9.3             62T             3
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HEIDEN’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS
DATE        OPPONENT            NO               YARDS     AVG    LONG   TD
9/12        Balt.                Inactive (knee)
9/19        @ Dal.               Inactive (knee)
9/26        @ NYG                Inactive (knee)
10/3        Wash.                2                 19       9.5    12    0
10/10       @ Pitt.              0                  0       0.0     0    0
10/17       Cin.                 0                  0       0.0     0    0
10/24       Phil.                3                 42      14.0    21t   1
11/7        @ Balt.              4                 31       7.8    12    0
11/14       Pitt.                1                  3       3.0     3    0
11/21       N.Y.J                3                 19       6.3    10    0
11/28       @ Cin.               7                 82      11.7    30    3
12/5        N.E.                 2                 20      20.0    12    0
12/12       @ Buff.              2                 19       9.5    10    0
12/19       S.D.                 1                  5       5.0     5    0




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12/26       @ Mia.               1                 27      27.0    27    0




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1/2         @ Hou.               2                 20      10.0    11    1
TOTALS      13 GM               28                287      10.3    30    5

HEIDEN’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS
DATE        OPPONENT            NO              YARDS      AVG    LONG   TD
9/7         Ind.                 2                 22      11.0     16    0
9/14        @ Balt.              1                  5       5.0      5    0
9/21        @ S.F.               3                 25       8.3      9    0
9/28        Cin.                 1                  3       3.0      3    0
10/5        @ Pitt.              2                 30      15.0     17    0
10/12       Oak.                 0                  0       0.0      0    0
10/19       S.D.                 3                 15       5.0     11    0
10/26       @ N.E.               6                 34       5.7      9    0
11/9        @ K.C.               0                 0        0.0     0     0
11/16       Ariz.                Injured Reserve (ankle)
11/23       Pitt.                Injured Reserve (ankle)
11/30       @ Sea.               Injured Reserve (ankle)
12/8        St. L.               Injured Reserve (ankle)
12/14       @ Den.               Injured Reserve (ankle)
12/21       Balt.                Injured Reserve (ankle)
12/28       @ Cin.               Injured Reserve (ankle)
TOTALS      9 GM                18                134      7.4     17    0

HEIDEN’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATS
DATE        OPPONENT            NO                 YARDS   AVG    LONG   TD
9/8         K.C.                 0                    0     0.0      0    0
9/15        Cin.                 1                    8     8.0      8    0
9/22        @ Ten.               1                   11    11.0     11    0
9/29        @ Pitt.              0                    0     0.0      0    0
10/6        Balt.                0                    0     0.0      0    0
10/13       @ T.B.               1                   12    12.0     12    0
10/20       Hou.                 0                    0     0.0      0    0
10/27       @ NYJ                0                    0     0.0      0    0
11/3        Pitt.                1                    1     1.0      1    1
11/17       @ Cin.               2                   15     7.5      8    0
11/24       @ N.O.               1                    8     8.0      8    0
12/1        Car.                 2                   18     9.0      9    0
12/8        @ Jack.              5                   21     4.2     8     0
12/15       Ind.                 0                    0     0.0      0    0
12/22       @ Balt.              1                    2     2.0     2     0
12/29       Atl.                 2                    9     4.5      7    0
TOTALS      16 GM               17                  105    6.2     12     1

HEIDEN’S 2002 POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATS
DATE        OPPONENT            NO                 YARDS   AVG    LONG   TD
1/5         @ Pitt.              0                   0      0.0     0     0
TOTALS      1 GM                 0                   0     0.0      0     0

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                                         OL ATLAS HERRION 73
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: DEC. 3, 1980
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                              ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: ALABAMA
                                         WEIGHT: 305
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (0/0); 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted rookie
                 free agent on April 30, 2004…Waived by Green Bay on Sept. 4, 2004…                    FUN FACTS
                 Signed by Green Bay to the practice squad on Sept. 7, 2004…Waived by          • Competed with the Amsterdam
                 Green Bay on Aug. 31, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad            Admirals in the 2006 NFL Europe
                 on Sept. 5, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on Jan. 2, 2006.           season, starting four games at
                                                                                                 left guard.
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                                                                                               • Started at left guard for Amster-
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                 2005: Began the year with Green Bay and was waived at the end of train-         dam in the Yello Storm World
                 ing camp…Signed by the Browns on Sept. 5, and spent the entire season           Bowl XIV.
                 on the club’s practice squad.
                 2004: Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted rookie free agent and spent the entire season on the Packers’ prac-
                 tice squad.
                 COLLEGE: Lettered twice at Alabama (2001, 2003) after transferring from Dodge City (Kan.) Community
                 College, where he lettered twice (1999-2000)….Played all five positions on the offensive line during college…
                 Also played three games at defensive tackle in 2000…Redshirted in 2002 at Alabama to work on both sides of
                 the ball before returning to the offensive line in 2003 spring drills…Twice named junior college All-America at
                 Dodge City and also earned first-team All-Jayhawk Conference honors…Graduated with a B.S. degree in finan-
                 cial planning.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Daphne (Ala.) High School, lettering in track, basketball and football…Named to the all-
                 state team in football as a junior and senior…Was an all-county selection in basketball as a junior…Volunteers at
                 the Boys & Girls Club during the off-season and also has spoken at church group meetings…Grew up the
                 youngest of six children (four sisters and one brother)…Has three cousins playing college football, Wayne
                 Lomax, Jr. (Murray State), Jeremy Lomax (Georgia) and Patrick White (West Virginia)…Best friend, Kenny King,
                 is a member of the Arizona Cardinals, as they both attended the same high school and college…Named Atlas
                 Bolar Herrion, after his grandfather…Born Dec. 3, 1980 in Daphne, Ala.


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                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: FEB. 15, 1982
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                              ACQUIRED: D(6B) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: VIRGINIA
                                         WEIGHT: 300
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 203rd overall, in the 2005 NFL draft…Waived
                 by Cleveland on Sept. 6, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 7, 2005…Signed by Cleveland
                 as a free agent on Jan. 6, 2006.

                                                       SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Joined the Browns as a sixth round draft choice out of Virginia and was waived at the end of training camp…
                 Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 7, and spent the entire season on the club’s practice squad.
                 COLLEGE: Played nose tackle in the 3-4 defensive scheme under head coach Al Groh at the University of
                 Virginia…Three-year starter finished his collegiate career and ranked seventh in school history with 167 tackles
                 by a nose/defensive tackle…Finished his career with 167 tackles, 81 solo, 5 sacks for 39 yards, 13 TFL, 12 QB pres-
                 sures, 5 PBU, 1 forced fumble, 1 recovered fumble and 1 blocked kick…As a senior in 2004, totaled 52 tackles, 23
                 solo, 5 sacks, 11 TFL and 3 QB pressures…Started 12 of 13 games in 2003, and posted 56 tackles, including 26
                 solo and 5 QB pressures…Moved into the starting lineup in 2002 and started every game at nose tackle with 56
                 tackles, 3 PBU and 4 QB pressures…Redshirted in 2001…Saw limited action as a true freshman in 2000, appeared
                 in seven games and recorded 3 tackles.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Park View (Sterling, Va.) High School…Lettered for three years as a two-year starter on the

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offensive and defensive lines…Named all-state (AA), first-team all-region and first-team All-Northwestern District
as a senior while serving as team captain…Selected to the Charlottesville Daily Progress “Gold List” and listed
as the 18th-best prospect in Virginia by SuperPrep…Recorded 47 tackles, 33 solo, 3 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and
1 blocked punt as a senior…As a junior, recorded 31 tackles, 17 solo, and 2 sacks…Lettered twice in track, throw-
ing the shot and discus and was named All-Northern Region for the discus…Member of National Honor Society…
Environmental sciences major at Virginia…Born Andrew Judson Hoffman on Feb. 15, 1982 in Fairfax, Va.


                        DB PETE HUNTER 20
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                            BIRTHDATE: MAY 25, 1980
                        YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                               ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-2                                    COLLEGE: VIRGINIA UNION
                        WEIGHT: 208
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (1 /2); 2003 (16/0); 2004 (3/3); 2005 (4/0).
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                        CAREER GAMES: 34 games, 5 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.




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CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Dallas in the fifth round, 168th overall, in the 2002 NFL Draft…
Traded by Dallas to N.Y. Jets on July 14, 2005…Waived by N.Y. Jets on Aug. 10, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a
free agent on Dec. 6, 2005.

                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Began the year with Dallas and was traded by the Cowboys to the N.Y. Jets on July 14…Waived by the
Jets on Aug. 10…Signed by Cleveland on Dec. 6, and played the final four regular season games on special
teams… Made his Browns debut at Cincinnati on Dec. 11…Also played on special teams at Oakland on Dec. 18,
vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, and vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1.
2004: Entered his third season with the Cowboys and earned the starting right corner spot during training
camp…Started the first three regular season games and totaled 9 tackles, 1 sack for 6 yards, 1 interception for 2
yards and 1 PBU before ending his season at Washington on Sept. 27, with an ACL tear in his right knee…Placed
on Injured Reserve on Sept. 30…Started at right corner at Minnesota on Sept. 12, and registered 5 tackles and
his first career sack with a 6-yard sack…Started at right corner vs. Cleveland on Sept. 19, and tallied 3 tackles and
added an interception off QB Jeff Garcia…Started at right corner at Washington on Sept. 27, and added 1 tackle
before suffering the season-ending injury.
2003: Suffered a fractured left forearm in training camp and was forced to miss the first three preseason con-
tests…Recovered and was able to appear in all 16 regular season games and totaled 19 tackles, including 18 solo,
with 4 PBU and 1 interception…Injuries forced him into the nickel back role as the season evolved and also sur-
faced as one of the Cowboys top special teams players with 11 special teams stops…Played in the regular sea-
son opener vs. Atlanta on Sept. 7…Saw extensive action in the nickel package vs. N.Y. Giants on Sept. 15, with
a season-high 5 tackles and 1 PBU…In the win at N.Y. Jets on Sept. 28, made a fourth down tackle of Jets WR
Wayne Chrebet that ended the Jets final drive at the eight-yard line…Recorded 1 tackle and 1 QB pressure vs.
Arizona on Oct. 5…Recorded 2 tackles and helped limit the Eagles to 115 yards net passing on Oct. 12…Added 2
special teams tackles at Detroit on Oct. 19…Added 4 tackles at Philadelphia on Dec. 7…Recovered a muffed punt
at Washington on Dec. 14, and also added an interception as he picked off Tim Hasselbeck at the Cowboys
47-yard line to set up the games final TD…In a playoff clinching win vs. N.Y. Giants on Dec. 21, recorded 2 tack-
les and 1 QB pressure…In the NFC Wild Card Game at Carolina on Jan. 3, added 1 tackle.
2002: In his rookie season with Dallas played in 11 games, including two starts, and totaled 27 tackles, includ-
ing 21 solo, 1 interception for 16 yards and 3 PBU…Was inactive the first two weeks of the regular season…
Make his NFL debut on special teams at Philadelphia on Sept. 22…Added 1 special teams tackle at St. Louis on
Sept. 29…Played safety in the nickel package vs. N.Y. Giants on Oct. 6…Sat out the next two games with an ankle
injury…Returned to action vs. Jacksonville on Nov. 24, and recorded 5 tackles…Added 5 tackles on Thanksgiving
Day vs. Washington on Nov. 28…Had a season-high 6 tackles at San Francisco on Dec. 8…Played right corner vs.
Philadelphia on Dec. 21, in place of Mario Edwards (neck) and finished with 6 tackles, added his first career inter-
ception and 3 PBU…Earned his first career start in place of Edwards in the season finale at Washington on
Dec. 29, with 5 tackles.
COLLEGE: Finished his career with 10 blocked kicks…As a senior, made the move from free safety to strong safe-
ty and led the CIAA conference with 11 interceptions in 11 games and finished fifth on the team with 50 tackles
and a team-high 13 PBU…Blocked a conference high 6 kicks…As a junior, returned to the free safety position and
finished third on the team with 52 tackles, including 9 TFL…Ranked second on the team with 3 interceptions,
including one returned for a TD, and 3 recovered fumbles, while leading the team with 13 PBU…As a sophomore,
moved from cornerback to free safety and led the team with 6 interceptions for 133 yards, added 40 tackles, 2
sacks, 10 PBU and 2 recovered fumbles.
PERSONAL: An honor student at Atlantic City (N.J.) High School, went on to earn similar honors and his degree
in criminal justice at Virginia Union…While in Richmond, was a member of the school’s Student Athlete Advisory
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                 Council…Was selected to the CIAA-All Community Works team for his efforts with the K-8 grades as a substitute
                 teacher and volunteer in the after school program.
                                                    HUNTER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 6 vs. Philadelphia 12/21/02
                 SACKS: 1 at Minnesota 9/12/04
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 vs. Philadelphia 12/21/02; at Washington 12/14/03; vs. Cleveland 9/12/04
                 PASSES BROKEN UP: 3 vs. Philadelphia 12/21/02

                 HUNTER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                  TACKLES                      QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL             SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2002 Dallas     11 2    27 21       6   -           0.0   0.0  -   1    16 16 0 3 0 0 0        6
                 2003 Dallas     16 0    19 18       1   -           0.0   0.0  -   1     0  0 0 4 0 0 0       11
                 2004 Dallas      3 3     9   6      3   -           1.0   6.0  -   1    2   2 0 1 0 0 0        0
                 2005 Cleveland 4 0       0   0      0   -           0.0   0.0  -   0     0  0 0 0 0 0 0        0
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                 NFL TOTALS      34 5    55 45      10 -             1.0   6.0  -   3 18 16 0 8 0 0 0          17
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                                         TE PAUL IRONS 89
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: DEC. 23, 1983
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                              ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-2                                   COLLEGE: FLORIDA STATE
                                         WEIGHT: 248
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (2/1).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 2 games, 1 start.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by
                 Cleveland on April 29, 2005…Waived by Cleveland on Sept. 3, 2005…                     FUN FACTS
                 Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 4, 2005…Signed by          • As a sophomore at Florida State,
                 Cleveland to the active roster on Dec. 16, 2005.                                had Kamerion Wimbley as a
                                                                                                 roommate and the duo were also
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              roommates for road games in
                 2005: Rookie tight end joined the Browns as an undrafted rookie free            2003 and 2004.
                 agent out of Florida State…Earned a roster spot during training camp and • Active participant in Athletes in
                 appeared in two games, including one start, and had 2 receptions for 16         Action and Fellowship of Christian
                 yards…Spent the first 13 weeks of the regular season on the Browns’             Athletes programs in speaking to
                 practice squad…Signed to the active roster on Dec. 16, and made his NFL         youth groups and fellowship
                 debut by playing tight end and appeared on special teams at Oakland on          opportunites.
                 Dec. 18… Inactive vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…In the regular season finale
                 vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, made his first career start at tight end as the offense opened in a two-tight end forma-
                 tion and added 2 receptions for 16 yards (8.0 avg.), including a long of 14 yards… Recorded his first career recep-
                 tion in the 1st quarter on a 2-yard pass from QB Charlie Frye.
                 COLLEGE: Starting tight end his final two years at Florida State and ended his collegiate career with 16
                 receptions for 174 yards and 1 TD…Recipient of the Leadership Award for the offense following spring drills
                 in 2004 and earned most dependable tight end and Iron Nole awards on offense… Recruited to Florida State
                 as a fullback, however, moved to tight end in 2001 due to the lack of depth at the position…As a senior in
                 2004, named team captain and started in all 11 games with a career-high 8 receptions for 89 yards (11.1
                 avg.)…Ended his collegiate career by playing tight end in Florida State’s 30-18 win over West Virginia in the
                 Gator Bowl on Jan. 1, 2005…As a junior in 2003, appeared in all 13 games, including nine starts at tight end,
                 and ranked first among tight ends with 6 receptions for 79 yards…In 2002, appeared in 13 games both on
                 offense and as a member of special teams…Made one start at tight end…In 2001, recruited to play fullback, but
                 moved to tight end position and saw action in all 12 games, primarily on special teams…Caught a 5-yard TD
                 pass against Virginia.
                 PERSONAL: Played guard in high school but was recruited by Florida State as a fullback…Born Dec. 23, 1983 in
                 New Orleans, La…Majored in finance/real estate…Participated on a mission trip to Africa in the spring of 2003.

                                                      IRONS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RECEPTIONS: 2 vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
                 LONG RECEPTION: 14 vs. Baltimore 1/1/06



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IRONS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                  RECEIVING                              SP T
YEAR    TEAM             GP        GS         NO         YDS         AVG            LG         TD       TACKLE
2005    Cleveland         2         1          2          16          8.0           14          0         0
NFL     TOTALS           2         1           2          16         8.0            14          0         0


                       WR FRISMAN JACKSON 88
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 5TH                          BIRTHDATE: JUNE 12, 1979
                       YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’04
                       HEIGHT: 6-3                                  COLLEGE: WESTERN ILLINOIS
                       WEIGHT: 217
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (7 0/0); 2003 (5/0); 2004 (10/0); 2005 (12/0).
                                                     /0,
                       CAREER GAMES: 34 games, 0 starts.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.




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CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by
Cleveland on April 26, 2002…Waived by Cleveland on September 5, 2004…              FUN FACTS
Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on September 6, 2004…Signed       • In the spring of 2004 participated
by Cleveland to the active roster on Oct. 20, 2004.                           in a coaching internship with the
                                                                              NFL Europe training camp in
                 SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             Tampa, Fla., with Berlin Thunder
                                                                              head coach, Rick Lantz.
2005: In his fourth year with the Browns, played in 12 games and estab-
lished a career-high 24 receptions for 287 yards (12.0 avg.) and 1 TD… • At Western Illinois converted from
Recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game and NFL TD vs.               quarterback to wide receiver.
Cincinnati on Sept. 11, as he had a career-high 8 receptions for 128 yards, • Set school record with 14-catch,
including a 68-yard TD from QB Trent Dilfer…Also played on special             286-yard performance vs. Indiana
teams with 2 tackles…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Had a career-day as he        State.
led the team in receptions and yards and established career highs with 8
receptions for 128 yards (16.0 avg.) and 1 TD…Recorded his first career TD in the 2nd quarter as he connected
with QB Trent Dilfer for a 68-yard TD pass to tie the game, 10-10…5 of his 8 receptions resulted in first downs…
Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Had 1 reception for 11 yards…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Added 2 receptions for
29 yards (14.5 avg.), including a long of 24 yards…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Was sacked once for two yards on
an attempted pass…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Played receiver and also appeared on special teams…Game 6
vs. Detroit 10/23: Inactive…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Inactive…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Inactive…Game 9
at Pittsburgh 11/13: Inactive…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Played on special teams…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27:
Added 5 receptions for 38 yards (7.6 avg.), including a long of 13 yards…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Had 2
receptions for 15 yards and 1 special teams tackle…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Appeared on special teams…
Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Recorded 2 receptions for 21 yards (10.5 avg.), including a long of 12 yards…Both
receptions resulted in first downs on the game-winning FG drive, including a 9-yard catch on a 3rd and 6 play
out to the 50-yard line, and a 12-yard reception on a 2nd and 12 play down to the Oakland 27-yard line…Also
played on special teams with 1 kickoff return for 15 yards…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Had 3 receptions for
41 yards (13.7 avg.)…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Added 1 reception for 4 yards…Threw a key block on PR Dennis
Northcutt’s 62-yard punt return for TD in the 3rd quarter to open a 20-16 lead.
2004: Appeared in 10 games and added 13 receptions for 168 yards (12.9 avg.)…Also played a role on special
teams with 4 kickoff returns for 70 yards…Had a season-high 5 receptions for 61 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14…
Began the season on the practice squad for the first six weeks of the regular season before joining the active
roster on Oct. 20…Made his season debut vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, with 3 receptions for 45 yards, including
a long of 23 yards and two receptions for first downs…Added 2 receptions for 26 yards, both for first downs,
at Baltimore on Nov. 7…Led the team with 5 receptions for 61 yards, including a long of 24 yards vs. Pittsburgh
on Nov. 14, added 1 kickoff return for 16 yards and also made a key block on KR Richard Alston’s 74-yard kickoff
return…Had 2 receptions for 30 yards, both for first downs, at Cincinnati on Nov. 28…Attempted a pass on a
reverse that fell complete vs. New England on Dec. 5, and added 1 special teams tackle…Had 1 kickoff return for
22 yards and 1 special teams tackle at Buffalo on Dec. 12…Added 1 reception for 6 yards and 1 kickoff return for
14 yards vs. San Diego on Dec. 19…In the regular season finale at Houston on Jan. 2, had 1 rush for 4 yards.
2003: Suffered an ankle injury during the off-season and began the season on the PUP list for the first nine
weeks of the regular season…Activated to the 53-man roster on Nov. 14, and appeared in five regular season
games with 2 receptions for 29 yards and also added 1 special teams tackle…Was inactive vs. Arizona on
Nov. 16, and made his season debut vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23…Also played at Seattle on Nov. 30, before being
listed as inactive vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8…Added 1 reception for 10 yards and also attempted a ‘Hail Mary’ pass
at the end of regulation that fell incomplete at Denver on Dec. 14…Played receiver and also appeared on special
teams vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21…In the regular season finale, had 1 reception for 19 yards and added 1 special
teams tackle at Cincinnati on Dec. 28.

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                 2002: As a rookie earned a roster spot during training camp and appeared in 7 games with 1 reception
                 for 6 yards…Played on special teams with 3 kickoff returns for 58 yards (19.3 avg.), including a long of 26
                 yards, and added 3 special teams tackles…Listed as inactive the first six games of the regular season…Made
                 his NFL debut on special teams vs. Houston on Oct. 20, with 1 special teams tackle…Added 1 kickoff return
                 for 18 yards at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, and 1 kickoff return for 14 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3…Received his
                 most extensive playing time at wide receiver at Cincinnati on Nov. 17, recorded his first career reception for 6
                 yards, and also attempted a pass on a reverse that fell incomplete, had 1 kickoff return for a career-long 26 yards
                 and 1 special teams tackle…Played receiver and on special teams at New Orleans on Nov. 24, vs. Carolina on
                 Dec. 1, and at Jacksonville on Dec. 8…Listed as inactive for the final three regular season games and AFC Wild
                 Card Game.
                 COLLEGE: Set a Western Illinois record with his 14-catch, 286-yard performance against Indiana State during the
                 2001 season…In 2001, had 55 receptions for 1,041 yards and 7 TDs…His 1,041 yards made him only the second
                 player in school history to eclipse the 1,000-yard mark in a season…Had four games over 100 yards receiving and
                 two games over 200 yards…Prior to his 286-yard performance, tallied a 266-yard outing earlier in the season…
                 Also helped the team average 285.5 passing yards a game, which was the best in school history.
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                 PERSONAL: Born June 12, 1979 in Chicago, Ill…Played high school football at Morgan Park High School in
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                 Chicago…Active in the Cleveland community by donating his time to various non-profit organizations, including
                 regular visits to Cleveland area elementary schools, building a playground for the United Way’s Hometown
                 Huddle program, serving turkey dinner to Cleveland residents during the holidays and supporting the Toys For
                 Tots holiday toy drive.
                                                   JACKSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RECEPTIONS: 8 vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 128 vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05
                 LONG RECEPTION: 68t vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05
                 TD RECEPTIONS: 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05
                 KICKOFF RETURNS: 1, 8 times, latest: at Oakland 12/18/05
                 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 26 at Cincinnati 11/17/02

                 JACKSON’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                     RECEIVING                               RUSHING
                 YEAR    TEAM           GP    GS         NO      YDS     AVG     LG     TD        NO      YDS AVG          LG    TD
                 2002    Cleveland       7     0          1        6      6.0      6     0         0       0    0.0         0     0
                 2003    Cleveland       5     0          2       29     14.5     19     0         0       0    0.0         0     0
                 2004    Cleveland      10     0         13      168     12.9     24     0         0       0    0.0         0     0
                 2005    Cleveland      12     0         24      287     12.0    68t     1         0       0    0.0         0     0
                 NFL     TOTALS         34    0          40      490 12.3        68T     1         0       0    0.0         0     0


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                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 3RD                           BIRTHDATE: MARCH 2, 1982
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                              ACQUIRED: D(2) – ’04
                                         HEIGHT: 6-1                                   COLLEGE: GEORGIA
                                         WEIGHT: 215
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (0/0); 2005 (16/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 16 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 59th
                 overall, in the 2004 NFL Draft.                                                       FUN FACTS
                                                                                               • Very active in Cleveland commu-
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              nity by speaking at various Browns
                                                                                                 Backers events and supporting
                 2005: Rebounded from a knee injury his rookie season to appear in all 16
                                                                                                 Toys for Tots.
                 regular season games and led the team with 20 special teams tackles…
                 Also saw limited action at the strong safety position with 4 tackles, including 2 solo…Made his NFL debut vs.
                 Cincinnati on Sept. 11, with 1 special teams tackle…Added 1 special teams tackle at Green Bay on Sept. 18, and
                 3 special teams stops at Indianapolis on Sept. 25…Contributed 2 special teams tackles vs. Chicago on Oct. 9…
                 Had 1 special teams tackle at Baltimore on Oct. 16, and vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…Saw action at safety at Houston
                 on Oct. 30, with 1 solo tackle…Added 1 special teams tackle at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, and 2 special teams stops
                 vs. Miami on Nov. 20…Led the club with 3 special teams tackles vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4…Added 1 special
                 teams tackle at Cincinnati on Dec. 11…Played safety at Oakland on Dec. 18…In the regular season finale vs.
                 Baltimore on Jan. 1, saw action at safety and had a career-high 3 tackles, including 1 solo, and also added 3 spe-
                 cial teams tackles.

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2004: In his rookie season suffered a season-ending left knee injury during a May mini-camp…Placed on
Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list on Aug. 30…Remained on the Reserve-PUP list all season to
rehab his knee injury.
COLLEGE: Hard-hitting tackler with excellent leaping ability…Standout performer on special teams who proved
to be invaluable in the Bulldogs’ secondary, playing free safety, strong safety and rover during his career…An out-
standing kick blocker, served as defensive co-captain during his junior campaign…Played in 37 games, starting 24
times…Finished with 250 tackles, 140 solos, an 8-yard sack, 10 TFL, 4 QB pressures, 3 recovered fumbles for 105
yards in returns, 7 interceptions for 100 yards, 4 blocked kicks, 2 kickoff returns for 55 yards (27.5 avg.) and 10 punt
returns for 160 yards (16.0 avg.)…His 10 interceptions rank tenth on the school’s career-record list… His 4 blocked
kicks topped the old school career-record of three by Boss Bailey (1998-99, 2001-02), Kendrell Bell (1999-2000) and
Corrie Collier (2000-01)…In 2003, named All-American first-team selection by the American Football Coaches
Association, adding second-team honors from The NFL Draft Report…All-Southeastern Conference first-team
pick…Served as defensive team captain…Started 12 games, seeing action at rover in 10 contests, at strong safe-
ty vs. Alabama-Birmingham and at free safety vs. Georgia Tech…Third on the team with a career-high 121 tackles,
76 solos, including an 8-yard sack, 5 TFL, 3 QB pressures, 5 PBU and 5 interceptions for 42 yards…Added 2 recov-




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a pinched nerve in his shoulder…In 2002, named All-Southeastern Conference second-team selection by The NFL
Draft Report…Recipient of the Charles G. Rood Endowed Football Scholarship…Started 12 games at rover and
also took over punt return duties when injuries depleted that unit… Recorded 91 tackles, 43 solos, with 4 TFL and
1 QB pressure…Had 1 recovered fumble, 3 PBU and 3 interceptions for 58 yards…Blocked a kick and returned 10
punts for 160 yards (16.0 avg.)…In 2001, played in every game as a reserve free safety…Recorded 38 tackles, 21
solos, 1 TFL, 2 PBU and returned a kickoff 14 yards…In 2000, redshirted as a freshman.
PERSONAL: Attended Westlake (Atlanta, Ga.) High…1999 USA Today All-USA honorable mention...Atlanta
Journal-Constitution Top 75 in Georgia, Class AAA All-State defensive back...Georgia Sports Writers Association
All-State honorable mention....Passed for 2,490 yards and 31 TDs during his senior season and also rushed for
806 yards and 11 TDs....Recorded 13 interceptions as a defensive back…Education major…Born March 2, 1982.

                                      JONES’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 3 vs. Baltimore 1/1/06

JONES’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                 TACKLES                        QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL               SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2004 Cleveland 0 0       0    0    0   0              0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0        0
2005 Cleveland 16 0      4    2    2   0              0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       20
NFL TOTALS      16 0     4    2    2   0              0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       20


                         WR JOE JUREVICIUS 84
                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                     BIRTHDATE: DEC. 23, 1974
                         YEAR IN NFL: 9TH                        ACQUIRED: UFA (SEA.) – ’06
                         HEIGHT: 6-5                             COLLEGE: PENN STATE
                         WEIGHT: 232
                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1998 (14/1); 1999 (16/1); 2000 (14/3, 2/0); 2001
                                                                                      1
                         (14/9); 2002 (15/3, 3/1); 2003 (5/2); 2004 (10/4); 2005 (16/1 , 3/3).
                         CAREER GAMES: 104 games, 34 starts.
                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 8 games, 4 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by the N.Y. Giants in the sec-
ond round, 55th overall, in the 1998 NFL Draft…Signed as a free agent by                 FUN FACTS
Tampa Bay on April 10, 2002…Signed as an unrestricted free agent by
                                                                                 • Signed a four-year contract with
Seattle on March 25, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to a four-year contract as
                                                                                   Cleveland this past March during
an unrestricted free agent on March 11, 2006.
                                                                                   free agency.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Competed in three Super Bowls (XXXV with the                  • Cleveland area native played
N.Y. Giants in 2000, XXXVII with Tampa Bay in 2002 and XL with Seattle in          prep football at Lake Catholic
2005)…Set a career-high with 55 receptions and 10 touchdowns in 11 starts          High School in Mentor, Ohio.
with Seattle in 2005…Posted a career-high 706 receiving yards in 2001 with
                                                                                 • Eight-year veteran has played in
the Giants…Led Tampa Bay in 2002 postseason receiving with 197 yards
                                                                                   104 career games with 233 recep-
and 1 TD on 8 receptions…Caught career playoff-long 71-yard pass from
                                                                                   tions for 3,010 yards and 23 TDs.
QB Brad Johnson in NFC Championship Game vs. Philadelphia in 2002.
                                                                                 • Has played in three Super Bowls
                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                                during his career, earning a ring
                                                                                   with Tampa Bay in Super Bowl
2005: Signed with Seattle as an unrestricted free agent and finished sec-          XXXVII.
ond on the team with 55 receptions for 694 yards (12.6 avg.) and a career-

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                 high 10 TDs…Played in all 16 regular season games and started a career-high 11 games and three postseason
                 games, including Super Bowl XL…In the regular season opener, scored the club’s first TD of the year on a
                 34-yard TD reception from QB Matt Hasselbeck at Jacksonville on Sept. 11, and finished with 3 receptions for 64
                 yards…Added a six-yard TD reception vs. Atlanta on Sept. 18…Posted 2 receptions for 16 yards vs. Arizona on
                 Sept. 25…Caught 1 pass for 17 yards at Washington on Oct. 2…Set a career-high and led the team with 9 recep-
                 tions for 137 yards at St. Louis on Oct. 9, included a 24-yard TD catch from Matt Hasselbeck and a 52-yard recep-
                 tion in the 1st quarter…Had 3 receptions for 29 yards and 1 TD vs. Houston on Oct. 16…Totaled 54 yards and led
                 the team with 6 catches in a 13-10 win vs. Dallas on Oct. 23…Added his fifth TD of the season on a 4-yard pass
                 from Hasselbeck at Arizona on Nov. 6, and led the team with 4 receptions for 31 yards…Caught 3 passes for 27
                 yards vs. St. Louis on Nov. 13…Registered 4 catches for 40 yards at San Francisco on Nov. 20…Tied a career-high
                 2 TDs and 137 receiving yards vs. N.Y. Giants on Nov. 27, as he posted 8 receptions and a 35-yard TD recep-
                 tion…Started at Philadelphia on Dec. 5, but did not register a catch…Finished with 4 catches for 63 yards and a
                 21-yard TD reception vs. San Francisco on Dec. 11…Posted 3 receptions for 31 yards and 1 TD at Tennessee on
                 Dec. 18…Caught 2 passes for 31 yards vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 24…Started at Green Bay in the regular season
                 finale on Jan. 1, and totaled 2 receptions for 11 yards and his 10th TD of the year…In the NFC Divisional Playoff
                 Game vs. Washington on Jan. 14, had 1 reception for 31 yards…In the NFC Championship Game vs. Carolina on
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                 Jan. 22, had 1 reception for 6 yards…In Super Bowl XL vs. Pittsburgh on Feb. 5, totaled 5 receptions for 93 yards.
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                 2004: In his third season with Tampa Bay, played in 10 games, including four starts, and had 27 receptions for
                 333 yards (12.3 avg.) and 2 TDs…Spent the first six games of the season on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury…
                 Made his season debut vs. Chicago on Oct. 24, and caught 2 passes for 21 yards…Added 3 receptions for 43 yards
                 vs. Kansas City on Nov. 7…Had a season-high 83 yards and 2 TDs vs. San Francisco on Nov. 21…Recorded 4
                 receptions for 60 yards at Carolina on Nov. 28…Added 6 catches for 66 yards vs. Carolina on Dec. 26.
                 2003: Played in five games, including two starts, and finished with 12 receptions for 118 yards (9.8 avg.) and 2
                 TDs…In the season opener at Philadelphia on Sept. 8, had 2 TDs and 39 yards receiving…Missed seven games
                 early in the season…Returned to action vs. Green Bay on Nov. 16, with 1 reception for 5 yards…Added 3 recep-
                 tions for 43 yards vs. N.Y. Giants on Nov. 24…Placed on Injured Reserve on Dec. 2.
                 2002: Signed with Tampa Bay as a free agent and played in 15 games, including three starts, and totaled 37
                 receptions for 423 yards (11.4 avg.) and 4 TDs…Also played in all three playoff games leading Tampa Bay
                 receivers with 197 yards receiving on 8 receptions…In the regular season opener vs. New Orleans on Sept. 8,
                 caught 4 passes for 37 yards, including an 11-yard TD catch from Brad Johnson…Tallied 5 receptions for 55 yards
                 at Carolina on Oct. 27, before sustaining an ankle injury which sidelined him for one game…Returned to action
                 vs. Carolina on Nov. 17, and grabbed 2 passes for 48 yards…Posted his second TD of the season vs. Green Bay
                 on Nov. 24, caught 5 passes for 41 yards in a 21-7 victory…Set a season-high 8 receptions for 100 yards and 2
                 TDs vs. Atlanta on Dec. 8…In the NFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. San Francisco on Jan. 12, had 3 receptions for
                 48 yards and 1 TD…Caught a postseason career-long 71-yard pass from QB Brad Johnson that led to a one-yard
                 Mike Alstott TD run in the NFC Championship Game at Philadelphia on Jan. 19…Registered 4 catches for 78 yards
                 vs. Oakland on Jan. 26, in a 48-21 win over the Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII.
                 2001: In his fourth season with the Giants, played in 14 games, including nine starts, while posting 51 receptions
                 for 706 yards (13.8 avg.) and 3 TDs…In the opener vs. Denver on Sept. 10, caught 5 passes for 76 yards…Added
                 7 receptions for 90 yards vs. Kansas City on Sept. 23…Grabbed a 46-yard TD pass from QB Kerry Collins and fin-
                 ished with 2 receptions for 60 yards vs. New Orleans on Sept. 30…Recorded 5 receptions for 93 yards vs. St.
                 Louis on Oct. 14…Registered a career-high 2 TDs vs. Dallas on Nov. 4, while finishing with 50 receiving yards…
                 Inactive for two weeks due to a hamstring injury…Returned to action vs. Seattle on Dec. 23, and tallied 4 catch-
                 es for 52 yards…Grabbed a season-high 8 receptions for 82 yards vs. Green Bay on Jan. 6.
                 2000: Played in 14 games, including three starts and finished with 24 receptions for 272 yards (11.3 avg.) and 1
                 TD…Started three consecutive games while filling in for an injured Ike Hillard…Caught 2 passes for 23 yards vs.
                 Detroit on Nov. 19, including a 13-yard TD receptions from QB Kerry Collins in the 4th quarter…Added 6 recep-
                 tions for 70 yards the following week vs. Arizona on Nov. 26…Led the team in receiving with 6 receptions and 83
                 yards vs. Washington on Dec. 3…Inactive the final two regular season games and the Divisional Playoff vs.
                 Philadelphia due to a knee injury…Played in the NFC Wild Card Playoff Game vs. Minnesota on Jan. 14, and
                 recorded 2 receptions for 15 yards and an 8-yard TD in the 2nd quarter…Saw action in Super Bowl XXXV vs.
                 Baltimore on Jan. 28, but did not post a reception.
                 1999: Competed in all 16 games, including one start, and finished with 318 yards on 18 receptions (17.7 avg.)
                 and 1 TD…Registered 2 receptions for 63 yards and recorded his first TD of his career vs. New Orleans on
                 Oct. 24…The TD receptions went through two Saints defenders into the hands of Jurevicius with seconds remain-
                 ing in the first half…Caught 3 passes for 39 yards vs. Minnesota on Dec. 26…Posted a season-high 86 yards and
                 a career-long 71-yard reception vs. Dallas on Jan. 2.
                 1998: In his rookie season with the Giants, appeared in 14 games, including one start, and totaled 9 receptions
                 for 146 yards (16.2 avg.), including a long of 56 yards…Made his first NFL start vs. Washington on Sept. 6…
                 Caught a season-long pass for 56 yards vs. Philadelphia on Nov. 22…Tallied a season-high 3 receptions for 32
                 yards vs. Denver on Dec. 13.
                 COLLEGE: Fourth on Penn State’s career receiving list with 1,894 yards and 15 TDs…Finished with 94 receptions,
                 which is sixth-best in school history…Earned second-team All-America honors by The Poor Man’s Guide to the
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NFL Draft, All-Big Ten Conference second-team and semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award his senior season in
1997…As a senior in 1997, led the Nittany Lions with 39 catches for 817 yards and 10 TDs…In 1996, started 10
games and led the team with 41 catches, 869 yards and 4 TDs, and his total yardage ranked sixth-best season
total at Penn State…As a sophomore in 1995, grabbed 13 passes for 199 yards and 1 TD…Redshirt freshman in
1994, played in 10 games and shared time as punter, kicking 15 times for 553 yards.
PERSONAL: Attended Lake Catholic High in Mentor, Ohio…Named Parade, SuperPrep, Scholastic Coach, All-
American three-time all-state, all-metro, all-city and All-North Coast Conference selection senior season…Earned
Ohio Division III Player of the Year honors in 1992...Led team to two state championships…Gained 2,600 yards,
37 TDs and averaged over 40 yards per punt during high school career…Also a three-year starter at point guard
on basketball team… Honored as the Ed Block Courage Award winner for the 2003 season…Married to Meagan
and the couple have a daughter, Caroline (8/9/04)…Along with Meagan, led the ‘Jurevicius Team’ as part of the
March of Dimes WalkAmerica event in 2004…Parents of the late Michael William Jurevicius, who passed away
on March 24, 2003…Full name is Joseph Michael Jurevicius…Born on Dec. 23, 1974 in Cleveland, Ohio.

                             JUREVICIUS’ RECEIVING SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECEPTIONS: 9 at St. Louis 10/9/05




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RECEIVING YARDS: 137 at St. Louis 10/9/05; vs. N.Y. Giants 11/27/05




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RECEIVING TD’S: 2, 5 times (last vs. New York Giants 11/27/05)
LONG RECEPTION: 71 at Dallas 1/2/00
                          CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING REGULAR SEASON GAMES (3)
137 vs. N.Y. Giants 11/27/05 (8-137-1)
137 at St. Louis 10/9/05 (9-137-1)
100 vs. Atlanta 12/8/02 (8-100-2)

JUREVICIUS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                                   RECEIVING
YEAR      TEAM                     GP          GS                NO        YDS         AVG         LG       TD
1998      N.Y. Giants               14          1                  9        146        16.2        56        0
1999      N.Y. Giants               16          1                 18        318        17.7        71        1
2000      N.Y. Giants               14          3                 24        272        11.3        43        1
2001      N.Y. Giants               14          9                 51        706        13.8        46t       3
2002      Tampa Bay                 15          3                 37        423        11.4        26        4
2003      Tampa Bay                  5          2                 12        118         9.8        22        2
2004      Tampa Bay                 10          3                 27        333        12.3        42t       2
2005      Seattle                   16         12                 55        694        12.6        52       10
NFL TOTALS                         104         34                233       3010       12.9         71       23

JUREVICIUS’ CAREER POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                                   RECEIVING
YEAR        TEAM                    GP         GS                NO         YDS        AVG         LG       TD
2000        N.Y. Giants              2          0                 2          15         7.5         8        1
2002        Tampa Bay                3          1                 8         197        24.6        71        1
2005        Seattle                  3          3                 7         130        18.6        35        0
NFL         TOTALS                  8          4                 17         342       20.1         71        2


                          DL ETHAN KELLEY 78
                          YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                      BIRTHDATE: FEBRUARY 12, 1980
                          YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                         ACQUIRED: W (N.E.) – ’05
                          HEIGHT: 6-2                              COLLEGE: BAYLOR
                          WEIGHT: 320
                          GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (0/0); 2004 (1            1
                                                                   /0); 2005 (1 /2).
                          CAREER GAMES: 12 games, 2 starts.
                          POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by New England in the seventh round, 243rd overall, of the 2003 NFL
draft…Waived by New England on Aug. 8, 2003…Signed by New England to the practice squad on Sept. 1, 2003…
Signed by New England as a free agent on Feb. 6, 2004…Waived by New England on Aug. 1, 2005… Claimed via
waivers by Cleveland on Aug. 2, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to a one-year contract extension on March 1, 2006.

                                         SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Young NT came to Cleveland after previously spending two seasons with Head Coach Romeo Crennel in
New England and earned more playing time as the season progressed in the 3-4 defensive scheme…Began the
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                 season with New England and was waived by the Patriots on Aug. 1, and
                 claimed by Cleveland on Aug. 2… Appeared in 11 games, including two                   FUN FACTS
                 starts, at NT and totaled 26 tackles, 12 solo, 4 TFL and 1 sack for 6 • He and his wife, Antoinette, raise
                 yards…Had a career-high 5 tackles at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13…Made his            a two-year old blue and gold
                 Browns debut at NT vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11…Recorded 4 tackles,              macaw.
                 including 2 solo at Green Bay on Sept. 18…Added 1 tackle at Indianapolis • Donated his time last season to help
                 on Sept. 25, and vs. Chicago on Oct. 9…Contributed 2 tackles at Baltimore      serve Thanksgiving meals to fam-
                 on Oct. 16, and vs. Detroit on Oct. 23… Recorded 2 tackles at Houston on       ilies in the Cleveland community.
                 Oct. 30, and 4 tackles, including 1 TFL, vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…
                 Established a career-high 5 tackles and 2 TFL at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13… Earned his first career start vs. Miami on
                 Nov. 20, and responded with 1 tackle as the defense registered a shutout in a 22-0 win over the Dolphins, the first
                 shutout since Nov. 21, 2001, and limited Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing...Also
                 started at NT at Minnesota on Nov. 27, and added 4 tackles, 1 TFL and his first career-sack for 6 yards…Listed as
                 inactive vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, due to a knee injury…Placed on Injured-Reserve (knee) on Dec. 7, 2005.
                 2004: Was on the Patriots 53-man roster for the entire regular season and playoffs…Played in one game and
                 was inactive for 15 regular season games and all three playoff contests…Saw action in his first NFL game vs. San
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                 Francisco in the season finale on Jan. 2, where he recorded his first career tackle.
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                 2003: Spent the entire 2003 regular season and playoffs on the Patriots practice squad.
                 COLLEGE: Started his career at Baylor as an offensive lineman before being converted to defensive tackle…In
                 two seasons on defense, recorded 133 tackles, 74 solos, with 4 sacks for 32 yards, 17 TFL, 19 QB pressures, 3
                 recovered fumbles, 2 forced fumbles and 2 PBU…Recorded a banner senior campaign, leading the team with 75
                 tackles, 46 solos, 10 TFL, 14 QB pressures, 2 sacks for 14 yards and 1 recovered fumble…Moved to the defensive
                 line as a junior midway through spring drills…Played in every game, starting vs. Southern Illinois at nose
                 guard…Finished with 58 tackles, 28 solos, 2 sacks for 18 yards and 7 TFL…Played in every game as a sophomore
                 in 2000, starting all 10 contests...Started the first seven games at left tackle and the next three at left guard…
                 Started every game at left offensive guard as a redshirt freshman.
                 PERSONAL: Full name is Ethan Jeffery Arthur Kelley…Was born the son of Vanessa Devezin and Andrew Kelley
                 on Feb. 12, 1980 in Amarillo, Texas…Attended Kempner (Sugarland, Texas) High School…Totaled 67 tackles, 2
                 sacks and 2 PBU despite missing three games…Named all-district both ways…Majored in business at Baylor and
                 graduated in May of 2003…Is married to wife, Antoinette.
                                                     KELLEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 5 at Pittsburgh 11/13/05
                 SACKS: 1 at Minnesota 11/27/05

                 KELLEY’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES                     QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM        GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL            SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 New Eng. 0 0         0    0      0 0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 2004 New Eng. 1 0         1    1      0 0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 2005 Cleveland 11 2      26 16       10 4           1.0   6.0  2   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 NFL TOTALS       12 2    27 17       10 4           1.0   6.0  2   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0


                                         LB JUSTIN KURPEIKIS 56
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                 BIRTHDATE: JULY 17, 1977
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                    ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-4                         COLLEGE: PENN STATE
                                         WEIGHT: 249
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2001 (3/0, 1/0); 2002 (6/0); 2003 (0/0); 2004 (5/0);
                                         2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 14 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Pittsburgh as an undrafted rookie
                 free agent on April 27, 2001…Waived by Pittsburgh on Oct. 22, 2002…                   FUN FACTS
                 Signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent on Nov. 5, 2002…Waived by Pittsburgh • Very active in the Cleveland com-
                 on Aug. 26, 2003…Signed by New England to the practice squad on Oct. 22,    munity by donating his time to
                 2003…Waived by New England on Nov. 4, 2003…Signed by New England            various reading programs and
                 as a free agent on Jan. 5, 2004…Waived by New England on Sept. 5,           hospital visits.
                 2004…Signed by New England to the practice squad on Sept. 7, 2004…
                 Signed by New England to the active roster on Nov. 22, 2004…Waived by New England on Dec. 21, 2004…Signed
                 by New England to the practice squad on Dec. 23, 2004…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on Feb. 17, 2005…
                 Waived by Cleveland on Aug. 28, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 4, 2005…Signed by
                 Cleveland as a free agent on Jan. 2, 2006.

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                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Joined the Browns as a free agent on Feb. 17…Waived at the end of training camp and signed to the club’s
practice squad on Sept. 4…Spent the entire season on the club’s practice squad.
2004: In his second season with New England, appeared in five regular season games and totaled 6 special
teams tackles…Also had two stints on the Patriots practice squad…Went to training camp with the Patriots and
was waived on Sept. 5…Joined the Patriots practice squad on Sept. 7, and spent the first 11 weeks of the season
on the practice squad…Signed to the active roster on Nov. 22, and saw first action of the season and collected 2
special teams tackles that evening at Kansas City in the Monday Night Football victory over the Chiefs…Added
2 special teams tackles vs. Baltimore on Nov. 28, including a tackle on kickoff coverage where he stonewalled
Ravens KR B.J. Stams with a vicious hit in the 4th quarter for only a 14-yard return…Played on special teams and
outside linebacker at Cleveland on Dec. 5…Added 2 special teams tackles and saw limited action at tight end vs.
Cincinnati on Dec. 12, in the Patriots’ AFC East clinching victory…Appeared on special teams at Miami on Dec. 20…
Waived by New England on Dec. 21…Signed by New England to the practice squad on Dec. 23, and spent the
final two weeks of the regular season and the postseason on the club’s practice squad.




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to the practice squad on Oct. 22, and spent two weeks on the Patriots practice squad before being released on
Nov. 4.
2002: In his second season with Pittsburgh, appeared in six games and finished with 2 special teams tackles…
Waived by Pittsburgh on Oct. 22 and resigned by the Steelers as a free agent on Nov. 5…Inactive for both of the
Steelers’ postseason contests.
2001: Entered the NFL as an undrafted rookie free agent and earned a roster spot with Pittsburgh…Played in three
games and finished the year with 2 solo tackles and was credited with 1 special teams tackle…Made his NFL debut
at Jacksonville on Sept. 9...Also participated on special teams vs. N.Y. Jets on Dec. 9…In the regular season finale
vs. Cleveland on Jan. 6, had 2 solo tackles…Listed as inactive for the Divisional Playoff game vs. Baltimore on
Jan. 20…Participated on special teams in the AFC Championship Game vs. New England on Jan. 27.
COLLEGE: Finished his Penn State career with 172 tackles, 128 solos, 17 sacks and 43 TFL…Twice earned
Academic All-Big Ten honors (1997-98)…Named 2000 All-Big Ten Conference first-team choice…Super Sleeper
Team pick by The Sports Xchange…Won the Hall Foundation Award, given to the team’s Most Valuable Player…
As a senior named defensive co-captain and finished second on the team with a career-high 76 tackles, 55 solo,
6 sacks, 18 TFL, 2 interceptions, 4 PBU and 1 forced fumble…As a junior in 1999, recorded 52 tackles, 39 solo, 9
sacks and 13 TFL in his first year as a starter…Played in every game as a reserve defensive end as a sophomore
and had 20 tackles, 15 solo, 1 sack and 7 TFL…Played in every game as a redshirt freshman and finished with 24
tackles, 19 solo, 1 sack and 5 TFL…Redshirted in 1996.
PERSONAL: Justin William Kurpeikis (Kur-pay-kiss ) was born on July 17, 1977…Attended Pittsburgh’s Central
Catholic High and finished his high school career with 364 tackles and 12 sacks…Also rushed for 929 yards and
18 TDs …All-American selection by SuperPrep, Blue Chip Illustrated, Prep Football Report and G&W Report as a
senior linebacker…First-team all-state choice after registering 149 tackles, 5 sacks, 2 interceptions and 8 blocks
of extra points in 1995…Played fullback and rushed for 529 yards on 56 carries (9.4 avg.) and scored 10 TDs as a
senior…Two-time All-Conference pick, a Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Fab 22 and a Pittsburgh Tribune Review Finest
44 selection…Was a sprinter and shot putter on the track team…Brother, Chris, played football at the University
of Michigan (1994-95)…Majored in Letters, Arts and Sciences at Penn State.
                                   KURPEIKIS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 2 vs. Cleveland 1/6/02

KURPEIKIS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                  TACKLES                     QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM        GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL            SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2001 Pittsburgh 3 0       2    2     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       1
2002 Pittsburgh 6 0       0    0     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       2
2003 New Eng. 0 0         0    0     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
2004 New Eng. 5 0         0    0     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       6
2005 Cleveland 0 0        0    0     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
NFL TOTALS       14 0    2    2      0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       9




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                                         S SHAWN MAYER 37
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                          BIRTHDATE: MARCH 4, 1979
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                                         HEIGHT: 6-0                                  COLLEGE: PENN STATE
                                         WEIGHT: 202
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (9/0); 2004 (3/0); 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 12 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 3 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by
                 New England on May 2, 2003…Waived by New England on Aug. 31, 2003…                   FUN FACTS
                 Signed by New England to the practice squad on Sept. 1, 2003…Signed
                                                                                              • Competed with the Hamburg Sea
                 by New England to the active roster on Oct. 18, 2003…Waived by New
                                                                                                Devils for the second consecutive
                 England on Oct. 5, 2004…Signed by Atlanta as a free agent on Jan. 31,
                                                                                                year in the 2006 NFL Europe sea-
                 2005…Allocated to NFL Europe on Feb. 1, 2005…Waived by Atlanta on
                                                                                                son and posted 57 tackles, 1 INT,
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                 Sept. 4, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on Jan. 13, 2006…
                                                                                                7 PBU, 3 forced fumbles.
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                 Allocated to NFL Europe on Jan. 13, 2006.

                                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Signed with Atlanta on Jan. 31, and was allocated to NFL Europe...Finished season with Hamburg and
                 totaled 56 tackles, 9 PBU, 2 forced fumbles and led the team with 5 interceptions…Earned NFL Europe Player of
                 the Week honors after intercepting 3 passes to tie the NFLEL single-game record vs. Amsterdam in Week 7…
                 Waived by Atlanta at the end of training camp.
                 2004: In his second season with New England, appeared in three games, and recorded 4 special teams tack-
                 les…Notched a team-high 3 special teams tackles vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 9…Posted 1 special teams tackle at
                 Buffalo on Oct. 3…Waived by New England on Oct. 5.
                 2003: Ranked fifth on the team with 13 special teams tackles in his first year with the Patriots…Competed in nine
                 games after spending the first six weeks of the season on the practice squad…Registered 1 tackle in his NFL
                 debut at Miami on Oct. 19…Led the team with 3 special teams tackles at Indianapolis on Nov. 30…Tallied 2 tack-
                 les in the 4th quarter vs. Buffalo on Dec. 27…Saw action late in the 4th quarter of the Patriots Super Bowl XXXVI-
                 II victory vs. Carolina on Feb. 1, 2004, and finished with 1 solo tackle and 1 special teams tackle.
                 COLLEGE: Started in 23 of 26 career games as a Nittany Lion in his final two seasons, finishing his career with
                 252 tackles, 5 interceptions and 1.5 sacks…As a senior, led the team with 144 tackles and added 4 interceptions,
                 1 sack and 3 recovered fumbles…As a junior, led the team with 97 tackles and 2 forced fumbles…Missed his
                 sophomore year due to a knee injury…Appeared in every game as a redshirt freshman, playing on special teams
                 and the defensive backfield.
                 PERSONAL: Born in Hillsborough, N.J. and attended Hillsborough High School in his hometown…Played quar-
                 terback, wide receiver and defensive back…An All-America selection as a junior and senior in addition to earn-
                 ing all-state, all-county and all-area honors…A champion hurdler on the track team…Majored in administration
                 of justice…Born Shawn Arron Mayer on March 4, 1979 in Hillsborough, New Jersey.

                                                    MAYER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 2 vs. Buffalo 12/27/03

                 MAYER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                  TACKLES                     QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL            SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 New Eng. 9 0       2     2     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       13
                 2004 New Eng. 3 0       0     0     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0        4
                 2005 Cleveland 0 0      0     0     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0        0
                 NFL TOTALS      12 0    2     2     0  0           0.0   0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       17

                 MAYER’S CAREER POST-SEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                TACKLES          QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 New Eng. 3 0       1   1    0    0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       3
                 NFL TOTALS      3 0     1   1    0    0 0.0 0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       3




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                        DB DAYLON McCUTCHEON 33
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 8TH                     BIRTHDATE: DEC. 9, 1976
                        YEAR IN NFL: 8TH                        ACQUIRED: D (3A) – ’99
                        HEIGHT: 5-10                            COLLEGE: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                        WEIGHT: 190
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1999 (16/15); 2000 (15/15); 2001 (16/15); 2002 (13/1 ,
                                                                                                  1
                        1/1); 2003 (15/14); 2004 (12/10); 2005 (16/16).
                        CAREER GAMES: 103 games, 96 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 1 start.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cleveland in the third round, 62nd
overall, of the 1999 NFL Draft.                                                       FUN FACTS
                                                                              • Graduated this past spring from
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Started all 16 games at left cornerback in 2005…             USC with his degree in sociology
Returned an interception 75-yards for a TD at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5, 2003…       and surprised his mother, Deborah
Had an interception returned 32-yards for a TD at Jacksonville on Sept. 30,     Sterling, with taking her to the
2001…Established a career-high 4 interceptions in 2001…Had a career-




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                                                                                graduation ceremony as a special
high 4 sacks and 3 forced fumbles for the Browns in 2000…Made his first




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                                                                                Mother’s Day gift.
NFL start at right corner Sept. 19, 1999, at Tennessee and recorded a
                                                                              • Father, Lawrence, was an all-pro
career-high 11 tackles, including 8 solos.
                                                                                running back with the Los Angeles
                                                                                Rams (1972-79), Denver Broncos
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              (1980) and Buffalo Bills (1981), who
2005: Started all 16 games at left cornerback for the first time in his NFL     set the since-broken Rams career
career and matched a career-high 88 tackles, including 57 solo, 3 TFL, 2        rushing record (6,186 yards), led
interceptions for 14 yards, 18 PBU and 2 forced fumbles…Set a career-           the Rams in rushing five times
high with 18 PBU and ranked fifth on the team with 88 tackles, second           and played in Super Bowl XIV (he
with 18 PBU and tied for third with 2 interceptions…Had a season-high 10        has been a Rams’ scout since
tackles vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…Grabbed interceptions in consecutive             1982 and was named Director of
weeks, at Green Bay of Sept. 18 and at Indianapolis on Sept. 25…Game 1          Player Personnel in 2003).
vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started and totaled 6 tackles, including 4 solo…Game     • Hosts an annual event, Holiday
2 at Green Bay 9/18: Started and added 8 tackles, including 3 solo, 1 inter-    Blitz for Kids, to collect toys and
ception for 14 yards and 2 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that limited          raise money for children during
Packers RB Ahman Green to 54 yards rushing and forced two turnovers…            the Christmas season.
Recorded an interception, his 11th of his career, in the 1st quarter on a
pass from Brett Favre intended for TE Bubba Franks that was tipped by LB Andra Davis and McCutcheon inter-
cepted the pass at the Green Bay 36-yard line and returned it 14 yards to the Packers’ 22-yard line, and nine-plays
later K Phil Dawson connected on a 21-yard FG to open a 10-7 lead…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started with
4 solo tackles, 1 interception and 1 forced fumble…Added his second interception of the year, 12th of his career,
in the 2nd quarter on a pass from Peyton Manning intended for WR Marvin Harrison at the Cleveland 29-yard
line…Part of a defensive effort that limited a potent Colts offense to 339 yards of offense and only one TD…Game
4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Started with 8 tackles, 5 solo, and 1 TFL…Part of a defensive effort that limited the Bears to
266 yards of offense, including only 90 net yards passing, recorded four sacks and forced three turnovers…Game
5 at Baltimore 10/16: Started and totaled 7 tackles, including 6 solo…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started and
totaled 10 tackles, including 7 solo, and 2 PBU…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started with 6 tackles, including 4
solo, and 1 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that limited Houston to only 237 yards of offense, including 120 net
passing yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started with 5 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 9 at
Pittsburgh 11/13: Started with 1 solo tackle and 1 PBU…Left the game in the 1st quarter (abdominal strain) and
did not return…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started and totaled 6 tackles, including 2 solo, a career-high 4 PBU…
Part of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team’s first shutout since Nov. 21, 2001, and limited
Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started with 5
tackles, including 3 solo, and 1 PBU…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started and added 2 tackles, including 1
solo, and 2 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that limited the Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only
102 net yards passing…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started with 4 tackles, including 3 solo, 1 forced fumble and
1 PBU…Played in his 100th career NFL game…Part of a defensive secondary that limited the Bengals to only 93
net yards passing…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started and totaled 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 PBU…Part
of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to 256 net yards of offense, including only 113 net passing yards,
recorded three sacks and forced one interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started and recorded 6 tack-
les, including 5 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started and had 6 tackles, including 5 solo, 1 QB
pressure and 3 PBU.
2004: Appeared in 12 games, including 10 starts, at right defensive back and totaled 55 tackles, including 50 solo,
2 interceptions and 10 PBU…Ranked second on the team with 10 PBU and tied for third with 2 interceptions…Had
a season-high 9 tackles vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24…Added interceptions at Dallas on Sept. 19, and vs. Pittsburgh
on Nov. 24…Contributed throughout the season despite nagging injuries, including a finger injury Week 3 and a
shoulder injury late in the season that forced him to miss three games…Named 2004 recipient of the Dino
Lucarelli “Good Guy” Award by the local chapter of the PFWA…In the regular season opener vs. Baltimore on
Sept. 12, started at RDB and totaled 4 tackles and 1 PBU…Started at RDB at Dallas on Sept. 19, and tied for
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                 second on the team with 8 tackles, 1 interception for 2 yards and 2 PBU…Inactive (finger) at N.Y. Giants on
                 Sept. 26…Started at RDB vs. Washington on Oct. 3, with 4 tackles and 1 PBU…Started at RDB at Pittsburgh on
                 Oct. 10, with 4 solo tackles and 1 PBU, and started at RDB vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, with 6 solo tackles and 2
                 PBU…Started at RDB vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, and led the club with 9 tackles and 2 PBU…Started at RDB at
                 Baltimore on Nov. 7, with 6 tackles, and started vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, with 7 tackles and 1 interception and
                 1 PBU…Started at RDB vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21, and at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, with 7 tackles…Inactive due to a
                 shoulder injury vs. New England on Dec. 5…Played corner in the nickel defensive package and was limited due
                 to a sore shoulder at Buffalo on Dec. 12, and vs. San Diego on Dec. 19…Dressed but did not play at Miami on
                 Dec. 26…Inactive (shoulder) at Houston on Jan. 2.
                 2003: In his fifth season with the Browns appeared in 15 games, including 14 starts at right corner, and totaled
                 51 tackles, including 48 solo, 1 interception for 75 yards, 8 PBU and 1 forced fumble…His 8 PBU tied for third
                 on the team…Teamed with left corner Anthony Henry as the duo consistently contained many of the NFL’s
                 top wide receivers, as the Browns passing defense allowed only 177.9 yards passing per game, as the Browns
                 ranked fifth in the AFC and seventh in the NFL…Recorded a 75-yard interception return for TD at Pittsburgh
                 on Oct. 5…In the season opener vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, had a season-high 9 tackles, including 8 solo, 2
                 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Added 4 tackles at Baltimore on Sept. 14, and 5 solo tackles at San Francisco on
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                 Sept. 21…Had 4 tackles vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 28, and 2 solo tackles and 1 interception off Tommy Maddox
Veterans




                 returned 75-yards for a TD at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5…Added 5 solo tackles and 2 PBU vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, and
                 2 solo tackles vs. San Diego on Oct. 19…Recorded 5 solo tackles and 1 PBU at New England on Oct. 26, and 3
                 solo tackles and 1 PBU at Kansas City on Nov. 9…Added 2 tackles and 1 QB pressure vs. Arizona on Nov. 16,
                 and 1 tackle and 1 PBU vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23…Started at Seattle on Nov. 30, and the following week added
                 4 tackles vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8…Listed as inactive due to an ankle injury at Denver on Dec. 14, and returned to
                 add 1 tackle vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21…In the regular season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, added 4 tackles, 1
                 PBU and 1 QB pressure.
                 2002: Started at right corner in 11 games and appeared in 13 contests after missing three games due to elbow
                 and thumb injuries…Totaled 46 tackles, including 37 solo, 1 interception for 24 yards and 6 PBU…Tied for fifth
                 on the club with 6 PBU…In the opener vs. Kansas City, intercepted a pass by Chiefs QB Trent Green and returned
                 it 24 yards…Had a season-high 7 tackles at Tennessee on Sept. 22, and matched the effort with 7 tackles at
                 Baltimore on Dec. 22…Added 2 interceptions for 41 yards in the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5…
                 In the regular season opener vs. Kansas City on Sept. 8, started at RDB with 4 tackles, including 3 solo and 1 inter-
                 ception for 24 yards…Started vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, with 6 tackles, including 5 solo, and followed with a 7
                 tackle, 5 solo performance at Tennessee on Sept. 22…Left the game in the 3rd quarter with an eye injury at
                 Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, with 1 solo tackle and 1 PBU and did not return…Started vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6, with
                 4 solo tackles…Switched to start at LDB at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, with 3 solo tackles…Inactive vs. Houston on
                 Oct. 20, due to an elbow injury…Played corner in the nickel defensive package at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, and then
                 started at LDB for the injured Corey Fuller vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3, with 3 solo tackles and 2 PBU…Started at RDB
                 with 6 tackles, including 5 solo, and 2 PBU at Cincinnati on Nov. 17…Started at New Orleans on Nov. 24, with 3
                 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 PBU and left the game in the 4th quarter with a thumb injury…Inactive vs.
                 Carolina on Dec. 1, and at Jacksonville on Dec. 8, due to the thumb injury…Played corner in the nickel package
                 vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 15…Returned to the starting lineup at RDB at Baltimore on Dec. 22, with 7 tackles, includ-
                 ing 4 solo…In the regular season finale vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, started at RDB and added 2 solo tackles and 1 QB
                 pressure…In the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, started at RDB with 3 solo tackles and 2 intercep-
                 tions for 41 yards, marking the eighth time in franchise history with 2 interceptions in a postseason game…In the
                 1st quarter, stepped in front of a Tommy Maddox pass at the Browns 3-yard line and returned the interception
                 28-yards to the Cleveland 31-yard line to halt a potential Steelers scoring drive…Added his second interception
                 in the 2nd quarter, after Maddox pass was tipped at the line of scrimmage by DT Alvin McKinley at the Cleveland
                 18-yard line and returned 13 yards to the Browns 31-yard line.
                 2001: Started 15 of 16 contests at right corner and ranked third on the club with a career-high 4 interceptions for
                 62 yards and 8 PBU…Totaled 70 tackles, 55 solos, 2 sacks for 7 yards and 2 forced fumbles…Had a season-high
                 10 tackles, 8 solos, at Chicago on Nov. 4…Found the end zone for the first time in his NFL career with an inter-
                 ception returned 32 yards for a TD at Jacksonville on Sept. 30, along with 3 tackles and 2 PBU…Made the defen-
                 sive play of the game with 35 seconds remaining in regulation as he stepped in front of a pass from Jaguars QB
                 Jonathan Quinn intended for WR Keenan McCardell, intercepting the pass and returning it 32 yards for a TD and
                 a 23-14 win…Recorded 2 interceptions in one game for the first time in his career vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 25, with
                 both interceptions coming in the 4th quarter off Bengals QB Scott Mitchell…Opened the season with 7 tackles
                 and 1 interception vs. Seattle on Sept. 9…Added 6 tackles vs. Detroit on Sept. 23…Had 1 solo tackle vs. San Diego
                 on Oct. 7, and 6 tackles, 1 PBU and 1 forced fumble at Cincinnati on Oct. 14…Recorded 2 solo tackles and 1 PBU
                 vs. Baltimore on Oct. 21, and added 8 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 11…Left the game in the 2nd quar-
                 ter with an ankle injury and did not return at Baltimore on Nov. 18, with 3 tackles…Returned the following week
                 to post 2 interceptions, 1 forced fumble and 3 tackles in 18-0 shutout win over Cincinnati on Nov. 25…Added 4
                 tackles vs. Tennessee on Dec. 2, and 2 solo tackles at New England on Dec. 9, after suffering an ankle sprain in
                 the 1st quarter…Played RDB with 4 tackles and a career-high 2 sacks for 7 yards vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 16…
                 Recorded 2 tackles at Green Bay on Dec. 23, and 4 solo stops at Tennessee on Dec. 30…In the regular season
                 finale at Pittsburgh on Jan. 6, added 5 tackles.

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2000: In second season with the Browns, started 15 games at right corner and totaled 65 tackles, 44 solos…
Recorded a career-high 4 sacks for 24 yards and led the club with 3 forced fumbles...Also had 1 interception
for 20 yards and 5 PBU…Recorded 1 sack at Pittsburgh on Oct. 22, vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 29, at Tennessee on
Nov. 19, and vs. Philadelphia on Dec. 10…Led the club with 3 forced fumbles: vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 17,
vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 29, and at Tennessee on Nov. 19…Had 1 interception at Tennessee on Nov. 19, off Titans
QB Steve McNair for a 20-yard return…Had a season-high 9 tackles vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 3, including 6
solo tackles…Had one of his best games of the season at Tennessee on Nov. 19, despite leaving the game in
the 2nd quarter with a concussion where he added 1 interception, 1 sack of Titans QB Steve McNair and 1 forced
fumble as the Browns defense forced the Titans to turn the ball over a season-high 7 times…Inactive Week
13 at Baltimore on Nov. 26, with a concussion which snapped a streak of 27 consecutive starts dating back to
Sept. 19, 1999.
1999: Appeared in 16 regular-season games, including 15 starts, and ranked fifth on the club with 88 tackles, 68
solos…Also recorded 1 sack for 8 yards, 1 interception for 12 yards and 8 PBU…Beat out starter Antonio
Langham at right corner Week 2 and remained the starter throughout the regular season…In his first NFL start
Week 2 at Tennessee on Sept. 19, recorded a career-high 11 tackles, including 8 solos…Recorded his first career




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interception at Baltimore on Sept. 26, off Ravens QB Stoney Case…Recorded his first career sack vs. Baltimore




                                                                                                                            Veterans
on Nov. 7, on an 8-yard sack on Ravens QB Tony Banks…Recorded PBU at Baltimore on Sept. 26, vs. New
England on Oct. 3, at St. Louis on Oct. 24, 2 at New Orleans on Oct. 31, at Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, at Cincinnati on
Dec. 12, and vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 26.
COLLEGE: Started his final 39 games at Southern California...During his collegiate career, played 48 games with
42 starts with 187 tackles, 164 solos, 1 recovered fumble, 2 forced fumbles, 46 PBU and 10 interceptions for 189
yards…Following his senior year, named All-America second-team pick by The Sporting News & Football News,
adding third team honors from the Associated Press...All-Pac 10 Conference first-team choice...Semifinalist for
the Jim Thorpe Award...Started every game at strongside cornerback...Recorded 44 tackles, 37 solos, with 3 TFL,
15 PBU and 3 interceptions for 64 yards...Added 254 yards on 10 kickoff returns (25.4 avg.)…Junior year, named
Football News All-America honorable mention and an All-Pac-10 honorable mention...Lined up at strongside
cornerback, recording 45 tackles, 40 solos, with 4 TFL, 7 PBU and 2 interceptions...Caught 3 passes for 41 yards
(13.7 avg.) and rushed 3 times for 26 yards (8.7 avg.), including 1 TD...Returned 9 kickoffs for 168 yards (18.7
avg.)…Sophomore year, named Football News All-America honorable mention...All-Pac-10 first team pick...
Made 48 tackles, 42 solos with 3 TFL, 14 PBU and 3 interceptions for 34 yards...Added 71 yards on 3 kickoff
returns (23.7 avg.)…As a freshman, named All-Pac-10 Conference honorable mention...Finished fourth on the
team with 50 tackles, 45 solos, 10 PBU and 2 interceptions...In his first game as a Trojan, he returned an inter-
ception 35 yards for a TD.
PERSONAL: Hosts an annual event, Holiday Blitz for Kids, to collect toys and raise money for children during
the Christmas season, and lends support to several charitable organizations, including the Taste of the NFL
and The Cleveland Browns Foundation…Was a teammate of Browns S Brian Russell as a high school senior
halfback and safety at Bishop Amat La Puente, (Calif.) High School, earned numerous local and national
honors, including USA Today All-USA (and California MVP), Parade, Super Prep National MVP, Blue Chip
Illustrated Elite 22 and National Prep Poll All-America selections...Added Dallas Morning News National
Top 100, Super Prep All-Farwest, Blue Chip All-Western, Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West” first-
team, Tacoma News Tribune Western 100, Student Sports All-State MVP, Coaches’ Poll All-State MVP, Long
Beach Press-Telegram All-State, All-CIF Southern Section first-team, All-CIF Division I MVP and Los Angeles
Times All-San Gabriel Valley first-team honors...In his final season, he ran for a school-record 2,456 yards
on 269 carries (9.1 avg.) with 33 TDs...Ran for 100 yards in all 14 games that year, including four 200-yard
contests...Also caught 21 passes, returned a punt for a score and returned kicks...On defense, he made 8
interceptions, returning 2 TDs, and recorded 56 tackles...As a junior, he played wide receiver and safety...
Caught 35 passes for 780 yards (22.3 avg.) and 11 TDs...Also had 60 tackles with 5 interceptions...Named to the
All-CIF Division I first-team as he caught 29 passes for 690 yards (23.8 avg.) with 5 TDs and 2 interceptions...
Also performed as a sprinter on the track team…Sociology major at Southern California...Father, Lawrence,
was an all-pro running back with the Los Angeles Rams (1972-79), Denver Broncos (1980) and Buffalo Bills
(1981), who set the since-broken Rams career rushing record (6,186 yards), led the Rams in rushing five times
and played in Super Bowl XIV (he has been a Rams’ scout since 1982 and was named Director of Player
Personnel in 2003)...Born Dec. 9, 1976 to Deborah Sterling…Married to wife, Shawna, and the couple have a
son, Dyson (12/30/02).
                                McCUTCHEON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 11 at Tennessee 9/19/99
SACKS: 2 vs. Jacksonville 12/16/01
INTERCEPTIONS: 2 vs. Cincinnati 11/25/01
INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 75t at Pittsburgh 10/5/03
PASSES BROKEN UP: 4 vs. Miami 11/20/05
DEFENSIVE SCORES: 1; 32-yd INT return TD at Jacksonville 9/30/01; 75-yard INT return TD at Pittsburgh 10/5/03



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                 McCUTCHEON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                TACKLES                QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL     SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 1999 Cleveland 16 15 88 68       20 0      1.0    8.0  0  1    12 12 0 8 0 0 0       0
                 2000 Cleveland 15 15 65 44       21 0      4.0   24.0 0   1    20 20 0 5 3 0 0       0
                 2001 Cleveland 16 15 70 56       14 1      2.0    7.0  1  4    62 32t 1 8 2 0 0      0
                 2002 Cleveland 13 11 46 37        9    0   0.0    0.0  1  1    24 24 0 6 0 0 0       0
                 2003 Cleveland 15 14 51 48        3    0   0.0    0.0  2  1    75 75t 1 8 1 0 0      0
                 2004 Cleveland 12 10 55 50        5    0   0.0    0.0  0  2     2  2 0 10 0 0 0      0
                 2005 Cleveland 16 16 88 60       28 3      0.0    0.0  1  2    14 14 0 18 2 0 0      0
                 NFL TOTALS     103 96 463 363 100 4        7.0   39.0 5 12 209 75T 2 63 8 0 0        0


                 McCUTCHEONS’ CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                              TACKLES             QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
                 YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
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                 2002 Cleveland 1 1     3   3    0   0 0.0 0.0     0 2    41 28 0 0 0 0 0      0
Veterans




                 NFL  TOTALS    1 1     3   3    0   0 0.0 0.0     0 2 41 28 0 0 0 0 0         0

                 McCUTCHEON’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                      TACKLES               SACKS            INT’S          FUMBLES
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS           NO/YDS   PBU    REC/FOR    TFL
                 9/11     Cin.      6         4      2        0/0              0/0     0       0/0      0
                 9/18     @ G.B.    8         3      5        0/0             1/14     2       0/0      0
                 9/25     @ Ind.    4         4      0        0/0              1/0     0       0/1      0
                 10/9     Chi.      8         5      2        0/0              0/0     0       0/0      1
                 10/16    @ Balt.   7         6      1        0/0             0/0      0       0/0      0
                 10/23    Det.     10         7      3        0/0              0/0     2       0/0      0
                 10/30    @ Hou.    6         4      2        0/0             0/0      1       0/0      0
                 11/6     Tenn.     5         2      2        0/0              0/0     0       0/0      1
                 11/13    @ Pitt.   1         1      0        0/0              0/0     1       0/0      0
                 11/20    Mia.      6         2      4        0/0              0/0     4       0/0      0
                 11/27    @ Minn.   5         3      2        0/0              0/0     1       0/0      0
                 12/4     Jack.     2         1      1        0/0             0/0      2       0/0      0
                 12/11    @ Cin.    4         3      1        0/0             0/0      1       0/1      0
                 12/18    @ Oak.    4         2      2        0/0             0/0      1       0/0      0
                 12/24    Pitt.     6         5      0        0/0              0/0     0       0/0      1
                 1/1      Balt.     6         5      1        0/0              0/0     3       0/0      0
                 TOTALS   16 GM    88        57     28       0/0             2/14     18      0/2       3

                 McCUTCHEON’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                      TACKLES                 SACKS          INT’S          FUMBLES
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL       SOLO      ASST NO/YDS         NO/YDS   PBU    REC/FOR    TFL
                 9/12     Balt.     4           3        1     0/0            0/0     1        0/0      0
                 9/19     @ Dal.    8           7        1     0/0            1/2     2        0/0      0
                 9/26     @ NYG     DNP (finger)
                 10/3     Wash.     4           3        1     0/0            0/0     1        0/0      0
                 10/10    @ Pitt.   4           4        0     0/0            0/0     1        0/0      0
                 10/17    Cin.      6           6        0     0/0            0/0     2        0/0      0
                 10/24    Phil.     9           9        0     0/0            0/0     2        0/0      0
                 11/7     @ Balt.   6           6        0     0/0            0/0     0        0/0      0
                 11/14    Pitt.     7           6        1     0/0            1/0     1        0/0      0
                 11/21    N.Y. J    0           0        0     0/0            0/0     0        0/0      0
                 11/28    @ Cin.    7           6        1     0/0            0/0     0        0/0      0
                 12/5     N.E.      Inactive (shoulder)
                 12/12    @ Buff.   0           0        0     0/0            0/0     0        0/0      0
                 12/19    S.D.      0           0        0     0/0            0/0     0        0/0      0
                 12/26    @ Mia.    DNP (shoulder)
                 1/2      @ Hou.    Inactive (shoulder)
                 TOTALS   12 GM    55          50        5     0/0           2/2      10      0/0       0




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McCUTCHEON’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                     TACKLES               SACKS       INT’S           FUMBLES
DATE     OPP     TOTAL       SOLO   ASST  NO/YDS      NO/YDS     PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
9/7      Ind.      9           8     1       0/0        0/0       2       0/1     0
9/14     @ Balt.   4           3     1       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0
9/21     @ S.F.    5           5     0       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0
9/28     Cin.      4           3     1       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0
10/5     @ Pitt.   2           2     0       0/0       1/75t      0       0/0     0
10/12    Oak.      5           5     0       0/0        0/0       2       0/0     0
10/19    S.D.      2           2     0       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0
10/26    @ N.E.    5           5     0       0/0        0/0       1       0/0     0
11/9     @ K.C.    3           3     0       0/0        0/0       1       0/0     0
11/16    Ariz.     2           2     0       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0
11/23    Pitt.     1           1     0       0/0        0/0       1       0/0     0
11/30    @ Sea.    0           0     0       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0
12/8     St. L.    4           4     0       0/0        0/0       0       0/0     0




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12/14    @ Den.    Inactive (ankle)




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12/21    Balt.     1           1     0       0/0       0/0        0      0/0     0
12/28    @ Cin.    4           4     0       0/0       0/0        1      0/0     0
TOTALS   15 GM    51          48     3      0/0       1/75T       8      0/1     0
McCUTCHEON’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                     TACKLES               SACKS       INT’S           FUMBLES
DATE     OPP     TOTAL       SOLO   ASST  NO/YDS      NO/YDS     PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
9/8      K.C.      4           3     1       0/0        1/24      0       0/0     0
9/15     Cin.      6           5     1       0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
9/22     @ Ten.    7           5     2       0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
9/29     @ Pitt.   1           1     0       0/0         0/0      1       0/0     0
10/6     Balt.     4           4     0       0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
10/13    @ T.B.    3           3     0       0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
10/20    Hou.      Inactive (elbow)
10/27    @ NYJ     0           0     0       0/0        0/0       0      0/0     0
11/3     Pitt.     3           3     0       0/0        0/0       2      0/0     0
11/17    @ Cin.    6           5     1       0/0        0/0       2      0/0     0
11/24    @ N.O.    3           2     1       0/0        0/0       1      0/0     0
12/1     Car.      Inactive (thumb)
12/8     @ Jack.   Inactive (thumb)
12/15    Ind.      0           0     0       0/0        0/0       0      0/0     0
12/22    @ Balt.   7           4     3       0/0        0/0       0      0/0     0
12/29    Atl.      2           2     0       0/0        0/0       0      0/0     0
TOTALS   13 GM    46          37     9      0/0        1/24       6      0/0     0
McCUTCHEON’S 2002 POSTSEASON GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                     TACKLES             SACKS        INT’S            FUMBLES
DATE     OPP     TOTAL     SOLO  ASST   NO/YDS      NO/YDS       PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
1/5      @ Pitt.   3         3     0       0/0         2/41       0       0/0     0
TOTALS   1 GM      3         3     0       0/0        2/41        0      0/0      0
McCUTCHEON’S 2001 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                     TACKLES               SACKS       INT’S           FUMBLES
DATE     OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS      NO/YDS     PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
9/9      Sea.      7         5      2        0/0         1/0      0       0/0     0
9/23     Det.      6         6      0        0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
9/30     @ Jac.    3         1      2        0/0       1/32t      2       0/0     0
10/7     S.D.      1         1      0        0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
10/14    @ Cin.    6         5      1        0/0        0/0       1       0/1     0
10/21    Bal.      2         2      0        0/0         0/0      1       0/0     0
11/4     @ Chi.   10         8      2        0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
11/11    Pit.      8         7      1        0/0         0/0      1       0/0     0
11/18    @ Bal.    3         1      2        0/0        0/0       1       0/0     0
11/25    Cin.      3         3      0        0/0        2/30      0       0/1     1
12/2     Ten.      4         3      1        0/0         0/0      1       0/0     0
12/9     @ N.E.    2         2      0        0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
12/16    Jac.      4         3      1        2/7        0/0       0       0/0     0
12/23    @ G.B.    2         1      1        0/0         0/0      1       0/0     0
12/30    @ Ten.    4         4      0        0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
1/6      @ Pit.    5         4      1        0/0         0/0      0       0/0     0
TOTALS 16 GM      70        56     14       2/7        4/62       8      0/2      1
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                 McCUTCHEON’S 2000 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                      TACKLES               SACKS       INT’S           FUMBLES
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL       SOLO  ASST   NO/YDS      NO/YDS   PBU     REC/FOR      TFL
                 9/3      Jack.     9           6     3       0/0        0/0     0         0/0        0
                 9/10     @ Cin.    3           2     1       0/0        0/0     1         0/0        0
                 9/17     Pitt.     4           4     0       0/0         0/0    1         0/1        0
                 9/24     @ Oak.    1           0     1       0/0        0/0     0         0/0        0
                 10/1     Balt.     5           3     2       0/0        0/0     0         0/0        0
                 10/8     @ Ariz.   7           5     2       0/0        0/0     0         0/0        0
                 10/15    @ Den.    7           2     5       0/0        0/0     0         0/0        0
                 10/22    @ Pitt.   5           5     0       1/2         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 10/29    Cin.      4           2     2       1/6        0/0     0         0/1        0
                 11/5     N.Y.G.    3           2     1       0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 11/12    N.E.      3           1     2       0/0         0/0    2         0/0        0
                 11/19    @ Ten.    2           2     0       1/7        1/20    0         0/1        0
                 11/26    @ Balt.   Inactive (Head)
       PLAYERS




                 12/3     @ Jack.   5           3     2       0/0        0/0      1        0/0       0
Veterans




                 12/10    Phil.     3           3     0       1/9        0/0      0        0/0       0
                 12/17    Tenn.     4           4     0       0/0        0/0      0        0/0       0
                 TOTALS   15 GM    65          44    21      4/24       1/20      5        0/3       0

                 McCUTCHEON’S 1999 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                      TACKLES               SACKS       INT’S           FUMBLES
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS      NO/YDS   PBU     REC/FOR      TFL
                 9/12     Pitt.     1         1      0        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 9/19     @ Ten.   11         8      3        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 9/26     @ Balt.   2         2      0        0/0        1/12    1         0/0        0
                 10/3     N.E.      9         7      2        0/0         0/0    1         0/0        0
                 10/10    Cin.      6         6      0        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 10/17    @ Jack.   7         4      3        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 10/24    @ St.L.   6         3      3        0/0        0/0     1         0/0        0
                 10/31    @ N.O.    8         8      0        0/0         0/0    2         0/0        0
                 11/7     Balt.     7         7      0        1/8         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 11/14    @ Pitt.   5         5      0        0/0         0/0    1         0/0        0
                 11/21    Car.      4         2      2        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 11/28    Ten.      3         3      0        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 12/5     @ S.D.    5         3      2        0/0         0/0    0         0/0        0
                 12/12    @ Cin.    2         2      0        0/0         0/0    1         0/0        0
                 12/19    Jack.     9         6      3        0/0        0/0     0         0/0        0
                 12/26    Ind.      3         1      2        0/0         0/0    1         0/0        0
                 TOTALS   16 GM    88        68     20       1/8        1/12     8        0/0         0

                 McCUTCHEON’S CAREER INTERCEPTIONS (1999-2005)
                 NO   OPPONENT                  DATE       SCORE        QUARTERBACK        RETURN YARDS
                 1    at Baltimore             9/26/99     L 10-17      Stoney Case             12
                 2    at Tennessee            11/19/00     L 10-24      Steve McNair            20
                 3    Seattle                  9/9/01      L 6-9        Matt Hasselbeck          0
                 4    at Jacksonville         9/30/01      W 23-14      Jonathan Quinn          32t
                 5    Cincinnati              11/25/01     W 18-0       Scott Mitchell          14
                 6    Cincinnati              11/25/01     W 18-0       Scott Mitchell          16
                 7    Kansas City              9/8/02      L 39-40      Trent Green             24
                 8    at Pittsburgh (playoff)  1/5/03      L 33-36      Tommy Maddox            28
                 9    at Pittsburgh (playoff)  1/5/03      L 33-36      Tommy Maddox            13
                 10   at Pittsburgh           10/5/03      W 33-13      Tommy Maddox            75t
                 11   at Dallas                9/19/04     L 12-19      Vinny Testaverde         2
                 12   vs. Pittsburgh          11/14/04     L 10-24      Ben Roethlisberger       0
                 13   at Green Bay             9/18/05     W 26-24      Brett Favre             14
                 14   at Indianapolis         9/25/05      L 6-13       Peyton Manning           0




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                        LB WILLIE McGINEST 55
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                       BIRTHDATE: DEC. 11, 1971
                        YEAR IN NFL: 13TH                         ACQUIRED: UFA (N.E.) – ’06
                        HEIGHT: 6-5                               COLLEGE: USC
                        WEIGHT: 268
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1994 (16/7 1    , /1); 1995 (16/16); 1996 (16/16, 3/3); 1997
                          1 1
                        (1 /1 , 2/2); 1998 (9/8, 1                                         1
                                                  /1); 1999 (16/16); 2000 (14/14); 2001 (1 /5, 3/1); 2002
                                            1
                        (16/10); 2003 (14/1 , 3/3); 2004 (16/16, 3/3); 2005 (16/16, 2/2).
                        CAREER GAMES: 171 games, 146 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 games, 16 starts.
                                                 8

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by New England in the first
round, 4th overall, in the 1994 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as an                  FUN FACTS
unrestricted free agent on March 15, 2006.                                   • 12-year veteran has played in 171
                                                                               career games and totaled 700
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Won three Super Bowls with the Patriots (XXXVI,
                                                                               tackles and 78 sacks during his
XXXVIII and XXXIX)…Third on the Patriots all-time sacks list with 78
                                                                               career.
career sacks.




                                                                                                                     PLAYERS
                                                                             • Won three Super Bowls (XXXVI,
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS




                                                                                                                           Veterans
                                                                               XXXVII and XXXIX) as a member
                                                                               of the New England Patriots.
2005: Moved into third place in Patriots team history with 78.0 career       • Established an NFL playoff record
sacks…Collected an NFL playoff record 4.5 sacks against Jacksonville on        with 4.5 sacks vs. Jacksonville in
Jan. 7…Ranked first in NFL postseason history with 16 sacks, passing           the AFC Wild Card game on Jan. 7,
Bruce Smith (14.5) and Reggie White (12)….Collected 3 tackles vs.              2006.
Oakland on Sept. 8…Tallied 5 solo tackles against Carolina on Sept. 18…
                                                                             • Is the CEO of a multifaceted enter-
Notched 3 solo tackles, including 2 sacks and 1 PBU vs. Pittsburgh on          tainment company, 55 Entertain-
Sept. 25, dropped Ben Roethlisberger for a 9-yard sack in the 4th quar-        ment, which encompasses chari-
ter…Registered 4 solo tackles and 1 PBU vs. San Diego on Oct. 2, halted        table work, event planning and
a Chargers drive by batting down a Drew Brees pass on third-and-two in         the record label 55 Records.
the second quarter…Recorded 5 tackles against Atlanta on Oct. 9…Tallied
6 tackles, including a half a sack vs. Denver on Oct. 16, combined with Dan Klecko to sack Jake Plummer for an
8-yard loss in the second quarter…Registered 6 tackles against Buffalo on Oct. 30… Registered 5 solo tackles vs.
Indianapolis on Nov. 7...Tallied 2 tackles and 1 PBU against Miami on Nov. 13, deflected a pass that was then
intercepted by Ellis Hobbs in the fourth quarter…Notched 5 tackles and a sack and 2 PBU vs. New Orleans on
Nov. 20, provided pressure and forced Aaron Brooks to throw an incompletion on a fourth-and-five play in the
2nd quarter, dropped Brooks for a 5-yard sack in the second quarter…Collected 5 solo tackles against Kansas City
on Nov. 27…Recorded 4 tackles vs. N.Y. Jets on Dec. 4…Registered 2 tackles against Buffalo on Dec. 11…
Collected 5 tackles, 2 sacks and a fumble recovery vs. Tampa Bay on Dec. 17, dropped Chris Simms for a 4-yard
sack in the first quarter and recovered a Simms’ fumble after Mike Vrabel caused the loose ball with a blind-sack
sack late in the second quarter…Notched 2 tackles and a half sack against the N.Y. Jets on Dec. 26…Finished sec-
ond on the team with 8 tackles and collected an NFL playoff record 4.5 sacks vs. Jacksonville on Jan. 7…Notched
6 tackles vs. Denver on Jan. 14.
2004: Started in 16 games for the fourth time in his career and finished with 61 tackles and led the Patriots with
9.5 sacks…Recorded 1 sack against Peyton Manning on Sept. 9, which led to a Mike Vanderjagt missed field
goal…Posted 5 solo tackles, 2 sacks and 2 PBU vs. Arizona on Sept. 19…Tallied 4 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Buffalo
on Oct. 3…Shared a sack with Ty Warren and intercepted a Matt Hasselbeck pass to set up a New England TD in
the 1st quarter vs. Seattle on Oct. 17…Registered 4 tackles, 1 forced fumble and 1 PBU vs. St. Louis on Nov. 17,
his sack of Marc Bulger forced a fumble and his deflected pass was intercepted by teammate Roman Phifer…
Totaled 4 tackles, 1 sack and 1 forced fumble which was recovered by Roman Phifer vs. Buffalo on Nov. 14…
Notched 5 tackles and 1 sack of Trent Green on the final play of the game against Kansas City on Nov. 22…Posted
5 tackles and 1 sack of Luke McCown for a 13-yard loss at Cleveland on Dec. 5…Finished with 6 tackles and a
Rudi Johnson fumble recovery which set up a Patriots TD vs. Cincinnati on Dec. 12…Tied for a team-lead 6
tackles while contributing with 1 sack and 1 PBU vs. Miami on Dec. 20…Recorded 1 tackle and 1 sack of Ken
Dorsey vs. San Francisco on Jan. 2…Tallied 2 solo tackles and 2 PBU against Indianapolis in the AFC Divisional
Playoff Game on Jan. 16… Registered 3 tackles in the AFC Championship Game vs. Pittsburgh on Jan. 23…
Finished with 2 solo tackles including a stop on Brian Westbrook for a 3-yard loss in the Patriots’ 24-21 Super
Bowl XXXIX over Philadelphia.
2003: Named to the Pro Bowl for the second time in his career…Competed in 14 regular season games and all
three playoff battles…Finished third on New England with 5.5 sacks and led the NFL with 5 postseason sacks…
Voted AFC Defensive Player of the Week after the Patriots’ victory over the New York Jets…Finished with 2
sacks, 1 forced fumble and 1 recovered fumble vs. Philadelphia on Sept. 14, as he dropped Donovan McNabb
twice while causing 1 fumble in the 4th quarter…Tallied 6 tackles and 1 sack vs. Washington on Sept. 28…
Recorded a team-high and season-high 14 tackles vs. Houston on Nov. 23, with 7 TFL and including 3 in
overtime…Posted 5 tackles and 1 sack in New England’s 38-34 win over Indianapolis on Nov. 30, stopped
Edgerrin James for a 1-yard loss on fourth-and-goal at the one-yard line with 11 seconds remaining…Helped
the Patriots clinch the AFC East with 2 solo tackles, 1 sack and 1 PBU vs. Miami on Dec. 7…Named AFC
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                 Defensive Player of the Week after registering 9 tackles, 1.5 sacks and 1 interception return for a TD vs. the N.Y.
                 Jets on Dec. 20, picked off Chad Pennnington and rumbled for a 15-yard score…Notched 7 solo tackles and 3
                 sacks in the AFC Divisional Playoff win vs. Tennessee on Jan. 10…Finished with 5 solo tackles and 1 sack in the
                 AFC Championship Game vs. Indianapolis on Jan. 18…Posted 4 tackles, 1 sack and 1 PBU in New England’s
                 Super Bowl XXXVIII win.
                 2002: Played in all 16 games and finished for a team lead in sacks with 5.5…Moved into fourth place on the
                 Patriots’ all-time sacks list…Totaled 62 stops, 10 PBU and 1 interception…Collected 6 tackles and 1 sack on
                 Monday Night Football vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 9…Posted 1 sack and 3 PBU vs. N.Y. Jets on Sept. 15…Increased
                 career sack total to 54.5 and moved into fourth place on New England’s career sacks list against Denver on
                 Oct. 27…Finished with a season-high 1.5 sacks vs. Buffalo on Nov. 3…Tallied 6 solo tackles to tie the team lead
                 against Chicago on Nov. 10, stopped Anthony Thomas for no gain on the goal line in the 4th quarter of the
                 Patriots come-from-behind win…Picked-off 1 pass against Detroit on Nov. 28…Notched 4 tackles and 1 sack in
                 an overtime win vs. Miami on Dec. 29.
                 2001: Competed in 11 games while tallying 33 tackles, 2 PBU and 1 forced fumble and ranked second on the
                 team with 6 sacks…Became the first Patriot to post multiple sacks in consecutive weeks since 1993…Recorded 5
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                 tackles and 2 sacks of Brian Griese against Denver on Oct. 28…Finished with 5 tackles and 2 sacks again vs.
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                 Atlanta on Nov. 4…Tallied 5 tackles, 4 TFL, and helped limit the Buffalo Bills to 69 rushing yards on Nov. 11…
                 Made 4 stops and registered his third multi-sack game of the season against Carolina on Jan. 6…In AFC
                 Championship Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 27, totaled 6 tackles and held Pittsburgh to 58 rushing yards…Posted
                 4 tackles and a 16-yard sack of Kurt Warner in Super Bowl XXXVI against St. Louis on Feb. 3.
                 2000: Named defensive co-captain and totaled 63 tackles and tied for a team lead with 6 sacks…Tallied 8
                 tackles and his first sack of the season against Tampa Bay on Sept. 3…Notched 5 tackles against Minnesota
                 on Sept. 17, before leaving the game with an injury…Credited with 1 sack and 1 forced fumble, which he
                 recovered against Denver on Oct. 1, the fumble recovery led to a Patriots score on the next play…Recorded 6
                 tackles and 1 sack vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 15…Finished with 6 tackles and 1 recovered fumble which led to a
                 Patriots field goal against Buffalo on Nov. 5…Tied a career-high with 8 solo tackles vs. Chicago on Dec. 10…
                 Registered eight career multiple-sack game vs. Buffalo on Dec. 17…Made 1 sack of Jay Fiedler against Miami
                 on Dec. 24.
                 1999: Started all 16 games of the season, while finishing with 84 total tackles, 1 forced fumble, 2 recovered fum-
                 bles and a team-lead 9 sacks, his third highest total of his career…Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after
                 making 6 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery vs. N.Y. Jets on Sept. 12, the fumble was recov-
                 ered in the end-zone for his second career TD…Totaled third sack of the season after dropping Tim Couch for a
                 3-yard loss vs. Cleveland on Oct. 2…Tallied 7 tackles and 1.5 sacks of Damon Huard who was sacked a total of
                 nine times by the Patriots defense against Miami on Oct. 17…Posted 1 sack in his second consecutive game and
                 finished with 3 stops vs. Denver on Oct. 24…Credited with half-a sack and 5 tackles against Arizona on Oct.
                 31…Posted 8 tackles against N.Y. Jets on Nov. 15…Recorded 5 total tackles and his seventh sack of the season
                 vs. Miami on Nov. 21…Registered 1 sack and limited Dallas’ running game to 63 yards on Dec. 5…Tallied a sea-
                 son-high 9 stops vs. Philadelphia on Dec. 19…Sacked Tony Banks for his ninth of the season and recovered his
                 second fumble recovery of the year to lead the Patriots to a regular season finale win over Baltimore on Jan. 2.
                 1998: Missed seven games of the season due to a groin injury…Started in 8 games and New England’s playoff
                 game vs. Jacksonville…Totaled 24 tackles and 3.5 sacks…Posted 5 tackles against Indianapolis on Sept. 13, and
                 matched that total the following week against Tennessee on Sept. 20, added 1 sack vs. the Colts…Notched 1 sack
                 against New Orleans on Oct. 4…Brought down Vinny Testaverde for a 9-yard loss before being sidelined due to
                 a groin injury vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 19…Returned to make 4 tackles in the final regular season game against the
                 Jets on Dec. 27…Tallied 3 solo tackles against Jacksonville in the playoffs on Jan. 3.
                 1997: Injured for the first five of six games, due to a hamstring injury caused in the final preseason game…
                 Totaled 35 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 PBU and 3 recovered fumbles…Recorded 3 tackles and recovered a Neil O’Donnel
                 fumble in his first start against the Jets on Sept. 14, suffered a knee sprain which sidelined him for the next three
                 games…Returned to play the Jets on Oct. 19…Registered a season-high 5 stops at Minnesota but left game with
                 a sprained ankle…Dropped Alex Van Pelt for his first sack of the season vs. Buffalo on Nov. 9…Tallied second
                 sack of the season against Indianapolis on Nov. 30…Recovered 1 fumble and tied season-high with 5 tackles
                 against Jacksonville on Dec. 7…Led the Patriots with 2.5 sacks in the postseason while finishing with 11 tackles…
                 Made 6 stops and 1.5 sacks in the divisional playoff game vs. Pittsburgh on Jan. 3.
                 1996: Started every game for New England including all three postseason matchups…Finished with 67 tackles
                 and led the team with 9.5 sacks…Notched first career interception and returned the pick for a 46-yard TD vs.
                 Buffalo...Selected to his first Pro Bowl of his career…Finished with 3 stops in the season opener vs. Miami on
                 Sept. 1… Posted 4 tackles and first sack of the season against Buffalo on Sept. 8…Deflected a career-high 3 pass-
                 es and notched 3 tackles vs. Jacksonville on Sept. 22…Dropped Gus Frerotte for his second sack of the season
                 vs. Washington on Oct. 13, totaled 7 tackles and forced 1 fumble…Sacked Jim Harbaugh twice in the 4th quarter
                 against Indianapolis on Oct. 20…Returned a 46-yard interception for a TD vs. Buffalo on Oct. 27, registered 7 tack-
                 les, 1 sack and 2 PBU…Forced a Dan Marino fumble vs. Miami on Nov. 3…Recorded 8th sack of the season
                 after bringing down Frank Reich for a 1-yard loss vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 10…Recovered a fumble in the end-zone
                 for his second TD of the season against Dan Diego on Dec. 1…Finished with 7 tackles and 1 sack vs. Dallas on

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Dec. 15…Totaled 5 tackles in each of the first two playoff games…Tallied 6 stops against Green Bay in Super Bowl
XXXI on Jan. 26.
1995: Started 16 games while finishing with 11 sacks and ranked fourth on the team with 88 tackles, including
70 solo, and 6 PBU…Voted as an alternate to the Pro Bowl in just his second season…Recorded 4 tackles, 1 PBU
and a fumble recovery vs. Atlanta on Oct. 1…Posted first sack of the season after dropping John Elway for a
5-yard loss against Denver on Oct. 8, finished with 6 stops in the game…Sacked Jim Kelly twice and recorded 8
solo tackles vs. Buffalo on Oct. 23…Notched a career-high 11 tackles vs. Carolina on Oct. 29…Brought down Dan
Marino twice and forced 1 fumble vs. Miami on Nov. 12…Finished with 6 tackles against Indianapolis on Nov. 19…
Registered 1 sack of Jim Kelly against Buffalo on Nov. 26…Ended the season with multiple sack games vs. N.Y.
Jets on Dec. 10 and Indianapolis on Dec. 23.
1994: Split time at left outside linebacker for the first half of the season before starting in seven of the last eight
regular season games…Finished the season with 43 tackles and 4.5 sacks…Earned All-Rookie honors by Pro
Football Weekly and College and Pro Football Newsweekly…Selected as the 1994 Rookie of the Year by the 1776
Quarterback Club…Assisted on his first career sack vs. Buffalo on Sept. 11...Tallied 1 sack and a fumble recovery
the following week against Cincinnati on Sept. 18…Made first career start and finished with 5 tackles vs.




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Cleveland on Nov. 6…Recorded 7 tackles vs. Minnesota on Nov. 13…Registered 8 tackles and 1 sack against




                                                                                                                                Veterans
Indianapolis on Dec. 11…Totaled 4 tackles and 1 sack in the final regular season game vs. Chicago on Dec. 24…
Finished with 8 tackles, 1 sack and 3 PBU in the AFC Wild Card Playoff Game vs. Cleveland on Jan. 1.
COLLEGE: A four-year letterman at Southern Cal earning all-conference honors for three straight years and All-
American accolades in 1993…Wore jersey number 55 in honor of All-American linebacker Junior Seau…A final-
ist for the Lombardi Award and All-Pac-10 honors his senior season…Finished career with 193 tackles, 29 sacks,
48 TFL and 26 PBU…Tied for the Pac-10 lead with 16 sacks his junior season…Led the team with 23 TFL and was
named Southern Cal’s Defensive Player of the Year…Totaled 63 tackles, 9 PBU and 3 forced fumbles…Played nine
games his sophomore campaign and finished the year with 35 tackles and 2 sacks…Started in three games as a
true freshman…Finished season with 27 tackles and 5 sacks.
PERSONAL: Attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School…Lettered in both football and basketball where he
earned all-state honors in both sports…Named All-American from Super Prep, Blue Chip and Tom Lemming mag-
azines…Garnered all-state and all-region distinctions at linebacker in 1989…Tallied 107 tackles, 18 sacks, 2 recovered
fumbles, 4 PBU, 1 interception and 4 blocked kicks…Earned Long Beach Press-Telegram “Best in the West,” All-CIF
Southern Section and all-league honors on the hardwood while averaging 14 points per game during his senior
season…Graduated with a degree in public administration at Southern Cal in 1994…Born William Lee McGinest
Jr. on Dec. 11, 1971 in Long Beach, Calif…Son of Willie and Joyce McGinest…Has one daughter, Riley Nicole.
                                   McGINEST’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 11 vs. Carolina 10/29/95
SACKS: 2, 13 times (last vs. Tampa Bay 12/17/05)
FORCED FUMBLES: 1, 16 times (last at St. Louis 11/7/04)
RECOVERED FUMBLE: 1, 14 times (last vs. Cincinnati 12/12/04)
INTERCEPTIONS: 1, 4 times (last vs. Seattle 10/17/04)
PBU: 3, 2 times (last at N.Y. Jets 9/15/05)
                           McGINEST’S POSTSEASON SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 8 at Cleveland 1/1/95
SACKS: 4.5 vs. Jacksonville 1/7/05
PBU: 3, 3 times

McGINEST’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                 TACKLES                        QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES    SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK                  YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
1994 New Eng. 16 7      43 29      14 - 4.5                17.0  -  0    0  0 0 8 2 2 -         -
1995 New Eng. 16 16 88 70          18 - 11.0               96.0  -  0    0  0 0 6 4 0 -         -
1996 New Eng. 16 16 67 49          18 - 9.5                62.5  -  1 46 46t 1 9 2 2 -          -
1997 New Eng. 11 11 35 25          10 - 2.0                14.0  -  0    0  0 0 1 0 3 -         -
1998 New Eng. 9 8       24 19       5  - 3.5               23.0  -  0    0  0 0 1 1 0 -         -
1999 New Eng. 16 16 84 70          14 - 9.0                59.5  -  0    0  0 0 2 1 2 -         -
2000 New Eng. 14 14 63 45          18 - 6.0                39.0  -  0    0  0 0 1 1 2 -         -
2001 New Eng. 11 5      33 25       8  - 6.0               35.0  -  0    0  0 0 2 1 0 -         -
2002 New Eng. 16 10 62 42          20 - 5.5                41.0  -  1    2  2 0 10 0 0 -        -
2003 New Eng. 14 11 78 58          20 - 5.5                33.5  -  1 15 15t 1 4 2 2 -          -
2004 New Eng. 16 16 61 43          18 - 9.5                55.5  -  1 27 27 0 6 2 1 -           -
2005 New Eng. 16 16 62 49          13 - 6.0                35.0  -  0    0  0 0 5 0 1 -         -
NFL TOTALS     171 146 700 524 176 - 78.0                 511.0 -   4 90 27 2 55 16 15 -        -



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                 WILLIE McGINEST CONTINUED...
                 McGINEST’S CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                TACKLES            QB  INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 1994 New Eng. 1 1        8   5    3  0 1.0 10.0 0    0    0  0 0 3 0 0 0       0
                 1996 New Eng. 3 3       16 10     6  0 1.0 7.0     0 0    0  0 0 1 0 0 0       0
                 1997 New Eng. 2 2       11   6    5  0 2.5 5.0     0 0    0  0 0 1 0 0 0       0
                 1998 New Eng. 1 1        3   3    0  0 0.0 0.0     0 0    0  0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 2001 New Eng. 3 1       11   9    2  0 2.0 18.0 0    0    0  0 0 1 0 0 0       0
                 2003 New Eng. 3 3       16 13     3  0 5.0 38.0 0    0    0  0 0 1 0 0 0       0
                 2004 New Eng. 3 3        7   5    2  0 0.0 0.0     0 0    0  0 0 2 0 0 0       0
                 2005 New Eng. 2 2       14 10     4  0 4.5 35.5 0    0    0  0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 NFL    TOTALS   18 16 86 61      25 0 16.0 113.5 0   0    0  0 0 9 0 0 0       0


                                         FB COREY McINTYRE 36
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 3RD                          BIRTHDATE: JAN. 25, 1979
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                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’04
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                                         HEIGHT: 6-0                                  COLLEGE: WEST VIRGINIA
                                         WEIGHT: 244
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (0/0); 2003 (0/0); 2004 (0/0); 2005 (15/1).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 15 games, 1 start.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally signed as a rookie free agent by
                 Philadelphia on April 26, 2002…Waived by Philadelphia on Aug. 24, 2002…              FUN FACTS
                 Signed by Philadelphia to the practice squad on Dec. 10, 2002…Allocated      • Is an avid NASCAR and motor
                 by Philadelphia to NFL Europe on Jan. 30, 2003…Waived by Philadelphia          sports fan.
                 on Aug. 31, 2003…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on June 16, 2004…
                                                                                              • Attended the Daytona 500 in 2003
                 Waived by Cleveland on Sept. 5, 2004…Signed by Cleveland to the
                                                                                                and 2004.
                 practice squad on Sept. 6, 2004…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on
                 Feb. 15, 2005.

                                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Earned a roster spot as a backup fullback and key special teams contributor…Finished the season with a
                 career-high 15 games, including one start, and ranked tied for third on the club with 13 special teams tackles…
                 Made his NFL debut with 3 special teams tackles vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11…Saw action at FB and also appeared
                 on special teams at Green Bay on Sept. 18…Inactive (hamstring) at Indianapolis on Sept. 25…Returned to play
                 special teams vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, and added 1 special teams stop and 1 kickoff return for 14 yards at Baltimore
                 on Oct. 16…Had 1 special teams tackle vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, and 1 kickoff return for 16 yards at Houston on
                 Oct. 30…Had 1 special teams tackle vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6, and at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13 and vs. Jacksonville
                 on Dec. 4…Played FB and added 1 kickoff return for 17 yards at Cincinnati on Dec. 11…Made his first career start
                 at FB vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, and added 2 special teams tackles…In the regular season finale vs. Baltimore on
                 Jan. 1, played FB and also added 2 special teams tackles.
                 2004: Joined the Browns just prior to the start of training camp and spent the entire season on the Browns prac-
                 tice squad.
                 2003: Began 2003 in NFL Europe and won a World Bowl championship with Frankfurt…Caught 3 passes or 33
                 yards, including a 20-yard long, rushed once for 1 yard and made 3 special teams tackles for the Galaxy…Was
                 waived at the end of training camp by Philadelphia.
                 2002: Waived by Philadelphia at the end of training camp and signed to the team’s practice squad for the final
                 six games of the regular season.
                 COLLEGE: Played in 44 games as a Mountaineer, primarily as a defensive end and linebacker…Rushed 3 times
                 for 4 yards as a fullback and also returned 5 kicks for 36 yards.
                 PERSONAL: Was a three-time all-state and two-time all-conference player-of-the-year at South Fork (Fla.) High
                 School…Born Jan. 25, 1979 in Indiantown, Fla…Has two daughters, Jacayla and Aundrea, and one son, Corey, Jr.

                 McINTYRE’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                   RUSHING                                  RECEIVING
                 YEAR TEAM         GP         GS         ATT    YDS   AVG LG           TD        NO      YDS AVG      LG        TD
                 2002 Philadelphia 0           0          0      0     0.0 0            0         0       0      0.0   0         0
                 2003 Philadelphia 0           0          0      0     0.0 0            0         0       0      0.0   0         0
                 2004 Cleveland     0          0          0      0     0.0 0            0         0       0      0.0   0         0
                 2005 Cleveland    15          1          0      0     0.0 0            0         0       0      0.0   0         0
                 NFL TOTALS        15         1           0      0    0.0  0            0         0       0     0.0    0         0

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McINTYRE’S SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                        KICKOFF RETURNS                                          PUNT RETURNS            SP T
YEAR TEAM         NO    YDS      AVG  LG               TD        NO      FC    YDS AVG LG            TD TACKLE
2002 Philadelphia 0       0       0.0  0                0         0       0     0    0.0   0          0    0
2003 Philadelphia 0       0       0.0  0                0         0       0     0    0.0   0          0    0
2004 Cleveland      0     0       0.0  0                0         0       0     0    0.0   0          0    0
2005 Cleveland      3    47      15.7  0                0         0       0     0    0.0   0          0   13
NFL   TOTALS        3    47     15.7   0                0         0       0     0    0.0   0          0   13


                        DL ALVIN McKINLEY 97
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 6TH                  BIRTHDATE: JUNE 9, 1978
                        YEAR IN NFL: 7TH                     ACQUIRED: FA – ’01
                        HEIGHT: 6-3                          COLLEGE: MISSISSIPPI STATE
                        WEIGHT: 294
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2000 (7            /0); 2002 (13/0, 1
                                                      /0); 2001 (7                 /0); 2003 (9/0);




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                        2004 (16/2); 2005 (16/16).




                                                                                                                           Veterans
                        CAREER GAMES: 68 games, 1 starts.
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                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally selected by Carolina in the fourth
round, 120th overall, of the 2000 NFL Draft…Waived by Carolina on                    FUN FACTS
Aug. 28, 2001…Claimed via waivers by Cleveland on Aug. 29, 2001…              • Owns several business interests
Waived by Cleveland on Sept. 2, 2001…Signed by Cleveland to practice            in Arizona, including real estate
squad on Sept. 3, 2001…Signed by Cleveland to the active roster on              and home cleaning services.
Oct. 9, 2001…Signed by Cleveland on March 6, 2003.                            • Transferred from Holmes (Miss.)
                                                                                Community College following his
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Started all 16 games with a career-high 81 tackles
                                                                                sophomore season to Mississippi
and 5 sacks for Cleveland in 2005…Had his first multiple sack game at           State.
Houston on Jan. 2, 2005, with 2 sacks…Had a career-high 10 tackles vs.
San Diego on Dec. 19, 2004…Has been involved in three blocked FG attempts in his NFL career: late in the 4th
quarter at Oakland on Dec. 18, 2005; blocked a FG attempt in overtime at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, 2002; and shared
a blocked FG attempt with Anthony Henry at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, 2002.

                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: In his fifth season with the Browns, started in all 16 regular season games for the first time in his career
and established a career-high 81 tackles and 5 sacks…Finished the year with 81 tackles, including 41 solo, 5 sacks
for 38 yards and 1 forced fumble…Tied for the team lead with 5 sacks and ranked seventh on the team with 81
tackles…Posted a season-high 9 tackles vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6, and vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…Made a key play
on special teams with a blocked FG late in the 4th quarter at Oakland on Dec. 18…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11:
Started at RDE and totaled 6 tackles, including 4 solo…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Started at RDE and totaled 3
tackles, including 2 solo…Part of a defensive effort that limited Packers RB Ahman Green to 54 yards rushing and
forced two turnovers…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started at RDE with 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 QB
pressure…Part of a defensive effort that limited a potent Colts offense to 339 yards of offense and only one
TD…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Started at RDE with 5 tackles, 1 solo, and 1 sack for 6 yards…In the 2nd quarter,
recorded a six-yard sack of Bears QB Kyle Orton to force a 3rd and 26 situation…Part of a defensive effort that
limited the Bears to 266 yards of offense, including only 90 net yards passing, recorded four sacks and forced
three turnovers…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Started at RDE with 7 tackles, including 5 solo, 1 sack for 12 yards
and 1 forced fumble…Recorded a sack for 12 yards in the 4th quarter as he sacked Ravens QB Anthony Wright
and forced a fumble, which Wright recovered, to force a 3rd and 27 situation…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started
at RDE with 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 QB pressure…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started at RDE with 3 tack-
les, including 2 solo…Part of a defensive effort that limited Houston to only 237 yards of offense, including 120
net passing yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started at RDE and tied for second on the club with 9 tackles,
including 5 solo…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started at RDE and totaled 5 tackles, including 2 solo…Game 10
vs. Miami 11/20: Started at RDE and totaled 3 tackles, including 1 solo, and 1 sack for 5 yards…In the 3rd quar-
ter, sacked Miami QB Gus Frerotte for a 5-yard loss to force a 3rd and 10 passing situation…Part of a defensive
effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team’s first shutout since Nov. 21, 2001, and limited Miami to 194 total
net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started at RDE with 2 solo tackles
and 1 QB pressure…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started at RDE with 7 tackles, including 4 solo…Part of a
defensive effort that limited the Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only 102 net yards passing…Game
13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started at RDE with 6 tackles, including 4 solo…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at
RDE and totaled 5 tackles, including 3 solo, 1 sack for 7 yards…Made a key play in the game late in the 4th quar-
ter as he blocked a 46-yard FG attempt by Sebastian Janikowski to secure a one-point deficit and 12-plays later,
K Phil Dawson converted a 37-yard FG as time expired for the 9-7 victory…Recorded a 7-yard sack of Raiders QB
Kerry Collins in the 4th quarter to force a 3rd and 13 passing situation…Part of a defensive effort that limited
Oakland to 256 net yards of offense, including only 113 net passing yards, recorded three sacks and forced one
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                 interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started at RDE and tied for the team lead with 9 tackles,
                 including 4 solo, and 1 sack for 8 yards…In the 2nd quarter sacked Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger for an 8-yard
                 sack to force a 2nd and 18 situation…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at RDE and added 3 tackles, including
                 2 solo.
                 2004: Had a breakout season as he played in all 16 regular season games, including two starts at defensive tack-
                 le, and recorded 60 tackles, 3 sacks, 20 QB pressures and 2 recovered fumbles…His 3 sacks and 20 QB pressures
                 ranked fourth on the team…Recorded a career-high 2 sacks for 13 yards at Houston on Jan. 2…Made his first
                 career start vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 26…Also started vs. San Diego on Dec. 19, for the injured Orpheus Roye at
                 DT, and recorded a career-high 10 tackles…In the regular season opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, played DT
                 with 2 tackles and 3 QB pressures…Added 6 tackles at Dallas on Sept. 19, and 2 tackles and 4 QB pressures at
                 N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Recorded 1 solo tackle and 1 QB pressure vs. Washington on Oct. 3, and 5 tackles, 1 TFL
                 and 1 QB pressure at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10…Had 5 tackles and 2 QB pressures vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17…Made
                 his first career start at DT as the Browns opened in the nickel defensive package vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, with
                 1 solo tackle and 2 QB pressures…Played DT with 3 tackles at Baltimore on Nov. 7, and 3 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 QB
                 pressure vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14…Had 6 tackles and 2 QB pressures vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21, and 2 solo
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                 tackles at Cincinnati on Nov. 28…Added 7 tackles, 2 QB pressures and 1 recovered fumble vs. New England on
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                 Dec. 5, and 3 tackles, 1 sack for 4 yards, 1 recovered fumble and 1 QB pressure at Buffalo on Dec. 12…Started at
                 DT for the injured Orpheus Roye (ankle) a finished with a career-high 10 tackles vs. San Diego on Dec. 19, and
                 added 2 tackles and 1 TFL at Miami on Dec. 26…In the regular season finale at Houston on Jan. 2, finished with
                 2 solo tackles and a career-high 2 sacks for 13 yards and 1 QB pressure.
                 2003: In his third season with the Browns, played in nine games at defensive tackle in the defensive line rota-
                 tion system with 29 tackles, including 12 solo, and 1 PBU…Promising season ended after suffering a knee injury
                 at Kansas City on Nov. 9, and was placed on Injured Reserve…Matched a season-high 5 tackles vs. Cincinnati on
                 Sept. 28, and vs. Oakland on Oct. 12…In the opener vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, recorded 2 tackles and matched
                 the effort at Baltimore on Sept. 14…Added 3 tackles and 2 QB pressures at San Francisco on Sept. 21…Recorded
                 a season-high 5 tackles vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 28…Added 4 tackles and 1 QB pressure at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5…
                 Matched a season-high 5 tackles and 1 QB pressure vs. Oakland on Oct. 12…Added 2 solo tackles vs. San Diego
                 on Oct. 19, and 4 tackles and 1 PBU at New England on Oct. 26…Had 2 solo tackles at Kansas City on Nov. 9,
                 before suffering a knee injury…Placed on Injured-Reserve on Nov. 12.
                 2002: Third-year DT earned a role in the defensive line rotation and appeared in 13 games with 15 tackles, includ-
                 ing 7 solo, and 1 TFL…Effective special teams force with 1.5 blocked field goal attempts on the year, including a
                 blocked field goal attempt by Todd Peterson in overtime at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, and shared a block with
                 Anthony Henry at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, on a field goal attempt by Martin Gramatica…Had a season-high 4 tack-
                 les and career-high 2 PBU at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13…Had 1 sack in the AFC Wild Card Game with a 5-yard sack
                 and added 4 tackles at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, 2003…Began the season as inactive in two of the first three con-
                 tests…Added 3 tackles as the defense limited the Steelers to 93 net yards rushing at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, and
                 was a force on special teams with a blocked FG attempt in overtime by Steelers K Todd Peterson on a 24-yard
                 FG attempt that was recovered by Peterson at the Browns 12-yard line…Added 1 tackle vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6…
                 Played DT at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, with 4 tackles, including 2 solo, 1 QB pressure, a career-high 2 PBU and made
                 a key play on special teams as Anthony Henry and McKinley both partially blocked a 45-yard FG attempt by
                 Tampa Bay K Martin Gramatica in the 3rd quarter…Added 1 solo tackle vs. Houston on Oct. 20, and 2 solo tack-
                 les at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27…Played DT vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3, and was listed as inactive at Cincinnati on Nov.
                 17 (thumb)…Recorded 1 TFL at New Orleans on Nov. 24, and was part of a defensive effort that limited the Saints
                 to 74 yards rushing, forced 5 defensive turnovers (3 INT, 2 fumbles) and limited the Saints to only 12 points (1
                 TD, 2 FG) on six opportunities in the red zone…Played DT vs. Carolina on Dec. 1, at Jacksonville on Dec. 8, and
                 vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 15…Added 2 tackles, including 1 solo, at Baltimore on Dec. 22, and was part of a defen-
                 sive effort that limited Baltimore to 275 net yards of offense, including 129 net yards passing…Had 1 solo tackle
                 and 1 QB hit vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, as the defense limited Atlanta to 104 net yards rushing…In the AFC Wild Card
                 Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, played DT with 4 tackles, including 3 solo, 1 sack for 5 yards and 1 PBU…Recorded
                 a sack in the 2nd quarter with a 5-yard loss of Steelers QB Tommy Maddox…Deflected a pass by Steelers QB
                 Tommy Maddox in the 2nd quarter that was intercepted by DB Daylon McCutcheon at the Cleveland 18-yard line
                 and returned 13 yards to the Cleveland 31-yard line.
                 2001: Added depth to the defensive line after being claimed off waivers from Carolina and ended up appear-
                 ing in seven games with 12 tackles, including 8 solos…Spent the first four weeks of the season on the practice
                 squad before signing to the active roster on Oct. 9…Was inactive or did not play in three of his first four
                 games before playing in six of the final eight games of the regular season…Played DT in the defensive line
                 rotation with 2 tackles at Baltimore on Nov. 18, and vs. Tennessee on Dec. 2…Added 3 tackles and 1 QB pres-
                 sure at Green Bay on Dec. 23…In the season finale at Pittsburgh on Jan. 6, had a season-high 4 tackles and 1
                 QB pressure.
                 2000: Played in seven games and was inactive for nine contests…Had 17 total tackles from his defensive tackle
                 position…Saw his first NFL action vs. San Francisco on Sept. 10, and registered 3 tackles…Followed up in the
                 next game against Atlanta on Sept. 17, with 2 tackles…Suffered a sprained MCL in his left knee during the 4th
                 quarter of contest on Sept. 17…Missed next eight games due to the injury…Returned to notch 1 tackle against

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Green Bay on Nov. 27…Tied for team with 4 tackles vs. Kansas City on Dec. 10…Had season-high 5 tackles
against San Diego on Dec. 17.
COLLEGE: A junior college transfer to Mississippi State and in his college career totaled 91 tackles, 10 TFL, 1
recovered fumble, 2 sacks and 10 QB pressures…Started 11 of 12 games at nose guard as a senior in 1999 with
56 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 recovered fumble and 5 QB pressures…Played in all 12 games for the Bulldogs in his jun-
ior season and accounted for 35 tackles, 6 TFL and 5 QB pressures…In his sophomore season at Holmes (Miss.)
Community College, recorded 100 tackles and 26 TFL…Played in four contests as a freshman at Holmes.
PERSONAL: Helped lead his team to two Mississippi state high school championships as he played on offense
and defense of both teams…Played high school football at Weir High School in Weir, Miss…Registered 10 sacks
during his senior season…Also played wide receiver, where he caught 20 receptions for 288 yards and 9 TDs…His
brother, Dennis, was selected as a fullback in the sixth round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Arizona
Cardinals…Born in Jackson, Miss…Full Name: Alvin Jerome McKinley.

                                 McKINLEY’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 10 vs. San Diego 12/19/04




                                                                                                                  PLAYERS
SACKS: 2 at Houston 1/2/05




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PBU: 2 at Tampa Bay 10/13/02
FORCED FUMBLES: 1 at Baltimore 10/16/05
BLOCKED FG: 1 at Pittsburgh 9/29/02; 0.5 at Tampa Bay 10/13/02 *shared w/ Henry; at Oakland 12/18/05

McKINLEY’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                 TACKLES                     QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL           SK    YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2000 Carolina    7 0    17 11        6 0          0.0    0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
2001 Cleveland 7 0      12    8      4 1          0.0    0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
2002 Cleveland 13 0     15    8      7 0          0.0    0.0  1  0    0   0 0 2 0 0 0       0
2003 Cleveland 9 0      29 12       17 0          0.0    0.0  4  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 0       0
2004 Cleveland 16 2     60 33       27 3          3.0   17.0 20  0    0   0 0 0 0 2 0       0
2005 Cleveland 16 16 81 45          36 0          5.0   38.0 1   0    0   0 0 0 1 0 0       0
NFL TOTALS      68 18 214 117 97 4                8.0   55.0 26 0     0   0 0 3 1 2 0       0

McKINLEY’S CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                               TACKLES            QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2002 Cleveland 1 0      4   3    1   0 1.0 5.0     0 0    0   0 0 1 0 0 0      0
NFL TOTALS       1 0    4   3    1   0 1.0 5.0     0 0    0   0 0 1 0 0 0      0

McKINLEY’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                      TACKLES                 SACKS                   INT’S                 FUMBLES
DATE      OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST      NO/YDS                  NO/YDS       PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
9/11      Cin.      6         4       2         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
9/18      @ G.B.    3         2       1         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
9/25      @ Ind.    4         2       2         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
10/9      Chi.      5         1       4         1/6                    0/0         0           0/0          0
10/16     @ Balt.   7         5       2        1/12                    0/0         0           0/1          0
10/23     Det.      4         2       2         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
10/30     @ Hou.    3         2       1         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
11/6      Tenn.     9         5       4         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
11/13     @ Pitt.   5         2       3         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
11/20     Mia.      3         1       2         1/5                    0/0         0           0/0          0
11/27     @ Minn.   2         2       0         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
12/4      Jack.     7         4       3         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
12/11     @ Cin.    6         4       2         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
12/18     @ Oak.    5         3       2         1/7                    0/0         0           0/0          0
12/24     Pitt.     9         4       5         1/8                    0/0         0           0/0          0
1/1       Balt.     3         2       1         0/0                    0/0         0           0/0          0
TOTALS    16 GM    81        45      36        5/38                    0/0         0          0/1           0




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                 McKINLEY’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                       TACKLES                 SACKS    INT’S          FUMBLES
                 DATE      OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST      NO/YDS   NO/YDS    PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
                 9/12      Balt.     2         0       2         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 9/19      @ Dal.    6         1       5         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 9/26      @ NYG     2         1       1         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/3      Wash.     1         1       0         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/10     @ Pitt.   5         2       2         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     1
                 10/17     Cin.      5         3       2         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/24     Phil.     1         1       0         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 11/7      @ Balt.   3         2       1         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 11/14     Pitt.     3         1       1         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     1
                 11/21     N.Y.J     6         4       2         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 11/28     @ Cin.    2         2       0         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 12/5      N.E.      7         3       4         0/0     0/0      0       1/0     0
                 12/12     @ Buff.   3         1       2         1/4     0/0      0       1/0     0
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                 12/19     S.D.     10         6       4         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 12/26     @ Mia.    2         0       1         0/0     0/0      0       0/0     1
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                 1/2       @ Hou.    2         2       0        2/13     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 TOTALS    16 GM    60        30      27        3/17     0/0      0      2/0      3

                 McKINLEY’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                       TACKLES                 SACKS    INT’S          FUMBLES
                 DATE      OPP     TOTAL      SOLO       ASST NO/YDS   NO/YDS    PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
                 9/7       Ind.      2          0          2     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 9/14      @ Balt.   2          0          2     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 9/21      @ S.F.    3          0          3     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 9/28      Cin.      5          2          3     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/5      @ Pitt.   4          1          3     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/12     Oak.      5          3          2     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/19     S.D.      2          2          0     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 10/26     @ N.E.    4          2          2     0/0     0/0      1       0/0     0
                 11/9      @ K.C.    2          2          0     0/0     0/0      0       0/0     0
                 11/16     Ariz.     Injured Reserve (knee)
                 11/23     Pitt.     Injured Reserve (knee)
                 11/30     @ Sea.    Injured Reserve (knee)
                 12/8      St.L.     Injured Reserve (knee)
                 12/14     @ Den.    Injured Reserve (knee)
                 12/21     Balt.     Injured Reserve (knee)
                 12/28     @ Cin.    Injured Reserve (knee)
                 TOTALS    9 GM     29         12         17    0/0     0/0       1      0/0     0
                 McKINLEY’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                       TACKLES                 SACKS    INT’S          FUMBLES
                 DATE      OPP     TOTAL      SOLO    ASST    NO/YDS   NO/YDS    PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
                 9/8       K.C.      Inactive
                 9/15      Cin.      0           0     0         0/0     0/0      0      0/0     0
                 9/22      @ Ten.    Inactive (ankle)
                 9/29      @ Pitt.   3           0     3         0/0     0/0      0      0/0     0
                 10/6      Balt.     1           0     1         0/0     0/0      0      0/0     0
                 10/13     @ T.B.    4           2     2         0/0     0/0      2      0/0     0
                 10/20     Hou.      1           1     0         0/0     0/0      0      0/0     0
                 10/27     @ NYJ     2           2     0         0/0     0/0      0      0/0     0
                 11/3      Pitt.     0           0     0         0/0     0/0      0      0/0     0
                 11/17     @ Cin.    Inactive (thumb)
                 11/24     @ N.O.    1           1     0         0/0    0/0       0      0/0     1
                 12/1      Car.      0           0     0         0/0    0/0       0      0/0     0
                 12/8      @ Jack.   0           0     0         0/0    0/0       0      0/0     0
                 12/15     Ind.      0           0     0         0/0    0/0       0      0/0     0
                 12/22     @ Balt.   2           1     1         0/0    0/0       0      0/0     0
                 12/29     Atl.      1           1     0         0/0    0/0       0      0/0     0
                 TOTALS    13 GM    15           8     7        0/0     0/0       2      0/0     1
                 McKINLEY’S 2002 POSTSEASON GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                       TACKLES              SACKS        INT’S         FUMBLES
                 DATE      OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST   NO/YDS      NO/YDS    PBU   REC/FOR   TFL
                 1/5       @ Pitt.   4         3     1        1/5         0/0     1       0/0     0
                 TOTALS    1 GM      4         3     1       1/5          0/0     1      0/0      0
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                        OL PETE McMAHON 79
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: OCT. 15, 1981
                        YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-8                                  COLLEGE: IOWA
                        WEIGHT: 325
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (0/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Oakland in the sixth round, 214th overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft…
Waived by Oakland on Aug. 31, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 5, 2005.

                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Drafted by Oakland in the sixth round, 214th overall, however was waived by the Raiders on Aug. 31…
Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 5, and spent the entire season on the club’s practice squad.




                                                                                                                     PLAYERS
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COLLEGE: Four-year letterman at Iowa…Played in 48 games for the Hawkeyes, starting 25 contests over his final
two seasons…All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention selection as a senior in 2004…Served as one of the
team’s captains and received the Coaches Appreciation Award…One of five seniors selected to the team’s
Leadership Council…Started the first two games at right guard before shifting to right tackle for the rest of the
season…Produced a career-high 60 knockdowns with eight TD-resulting blocks…Helped the offense generate
3,752 yards…Moved into the starting lineup as a junior in 2003, and started every game, lining up at right tackle
for the first two contests before shifting over to right guard…Recipient of the team’s Hustle Team Award on
offense…Made 43 knockdowns with five TD-resulting blocks as the offense averaged 333.5 yards per game…
Played in all 13 games as a sophomore in 2002 as a reserve offensive lineman and on special teams…As a red-
shirt freshman in 2001, saw action in 10 games on special teams…Economics major.
PERSONAL: Born in Dubuque, Iowa and attended Wahlert High School in his hometown…Lettered as a two-way
lineman…Recorded 27 tackles, including 5 sacks as a senior, while seeing action in just the last four games of the
season…Registered 25 tackles as a junior, with 4 sacks and an interception…Helped the team win the city cham-
pionship as a senior…Four-time honor roll student.


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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 20, 1981
                        YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                             ACQUIRED: D(5) – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-3                                  COLLEGE: KANSAS
                        WEIGHT: 250
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (4/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 4 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the fifth round, 139th overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft.

                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: In his rookie season appeared in four games on special teams with 1 tackle…Made his NFL debut at Green
Bay on Sept. 18, by playing on special teams…Also played at Indianapolis on Sept. 25, vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, and
vs. Detroit on Oct. 23.
COLLEGE: Three-year starter at Kansas who played in 46 career games, including 37 consecutive starts and col-
lected 150 tackles, 83 solo, 15 sacks for 108 yards, 30 TFL, 19 QB pressures, 5 forced fumbles, 2 recovered fum-
bles, 2 interceptions and 3 PBU…His 19 sacks rank seventh on the school’s all-time record list and his 30 TFL rank
sixth…Had a career-high 55 tackles as a sophomore in 2002 and a career-high 7 sacks as a senior in 2004…As a
senior in 2004, named First-team All-Big Twelve Conference selection by the league’s coaches and second-team
honoree by the Associated Press...Also a first-team All-Big Twelve pick by the Kansas City Star and second-team
choice by the Fort Worth Star and Austin American Statesman...Started all 11 games at weakside defensive end
and recorded 37 tackles, 18 solo, 13 TFL, led the team with 7 sacks for 63 yards, 3 QB pressures and 1 PBU…In
2003, started all 13 games at weakside defensive end and recorded 31 tackles, 20 solo, 3 sacks for 19 yards, 6
TFL, and 4 QB pressures…Also recovered a fumble and an interception, returning both for TDs…In 2002, started
all 12 games and led the team’s down linemen with a career-high 55 tackles, including 32 solo, 3 sacks for 14
yards, 9 TFL, 12 QB pressures, 2 PBU, 1 forced fumble and 1 interception for 4 yards…In 2001, played in ten
games and recorded 27 tackles, including 13 solo, with 2 sacks for 12 yards…Redshirted as a freshman in 2000.
PERSONAL: Attended Killeen (Tex.) High School…All-Midlands Region selection by PrepStar…Credited with 6
sacks as a senior…Former free safety who outgrew his position following his sophomore season…Gained a

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                 DAVID McMILLAN CONTINUED...
                 reputation for his effectiveness as a pass rusher…Also lettered in track…Born Sept. 20, 1981 in Hinesville, Ga…
                 English major.

                 McMILLAN’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                  TACKLES         QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2005 Cleveland 4 0      0    0      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       1
                 NFL   TOTALS    4 0     0    0      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       1


                                        WR KENDRICK MOSLEY 18
                                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: JULY 21, 1981
                                        YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                        HEIGHT: 6-2                                  COLLEGE: WESTERN MICHIGAN
                                        WEIGHT: 207
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                                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (0/0); 2005 (0/0).
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                                        CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by Atlanta on April 26, 2004…
                 Waived by Atlanta on Sept. 5, 2004…Signed by Atlanta to the practice squad on Sept. 7, 2005…Waived by Atlanta
                 on Aug. 30, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Dec. 7, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a free
                 agent on Jan. 2, 2006.

                                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Began the year with Atlanta and was waived by the Falcons on Aug. 30…Signed by Cleveland to the prac-
                 tice squad on Dec. 7, and spent the final four weeks of the regular season on the club’s practice squad.
                 2004: Originally signed by Atlanta as an undrafted rookie free agent…Spent the entire regular season on the
                 Falcons’ practice squad.
                 PERSONAL: Born July 21, 1981 in Pahokee, Fla.


                                        WR DENNIS NORTHCUTT 86
                                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 7TH                 BIRTHDATE: DEC. 22, 1977
                                        YEAR IN NFL: 7TH                    ACQUIRED: D (2) – ’00
                                        HEIGHT: 5-11                        COLLEGE: ARIZONA
                                        WEIGHT: 171
                                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2000 (15/8); 2001 (1 /7); 2002 (13/0, 1
                                                                                   1                 /0); 2003
                                                          1);
                                        (15/6); 2004 (16/1 2005 (16/7).
                                        CAREER GAMES: 86 games, 39 starts.
                                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Cleveland in the second round,
                 32nd overall, in the 2000 NFL Draft.                                               FUN FACTS
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Set club records for career punt returns (174) and       • Attended Dorsey (Los Angeles)
                 career punt return yardage (1,837) in 2005…Had a career-year in 2002 as       High School, the same school as
                 he led the Browns with 8 TDs on 38-601-5 receiving, 8-104-1 rushing and       Carolinas‘ Keyshawn Johnson
                 25-367-2 on punt returns…Had a career-high 806 yards receiving for            and Na‘il Diggs.
                 the Browns in 2004…Had an 87-yard punt return for TD vs. Pittsburgh on
                                                                                             • Has used tae-kwan-do through-
                 Nov. 3, 2002, a 74-yard punt return for TD at Tennessee on Sept. 22, 2002
                                                                                               out his career to condition and is
                 and a 62-yard punt return for TD vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, 2006…Ranked
                                                                                               a blackbelt in kempo.
                 fourth among NFL rookie receivers with 39 receptions for 422 yards
                 in 2000.                                                                    • Hosts an evening radio show
                                                                                               during the season on WENZ 107.9
                                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             FM.

                 2005: In his sixth season with the Browns, played in all 16 games, including seven starts, and ranked third on
                 the team with 42 receptions for 441 yards (10.5 avg.) and 2 TDs…Added 35 punt returns for 368 yards (10.5 avg.)
                 and 1 TD…Became franchise leader with 174 career punt returns and 1,837 career punt return yards…Added his
                 third career punt return for TD vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, with a game-winning 62-yard TD in a 20-16 victory over
                 the Ravens…Had a season-high 6 receptions vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, and set a season-high 80 yards receiving,
                 including a 58-yard TD vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started at WR and had 4 receptions
                 for 16 yards…Also played on special teams with 2 punt returns for 20 yards…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Started
                 at WR and had 3 receptions for 39 yards (13.0 avg.), including a long of 16 yards…Two of his three receptions

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resulted in first downs…Also had 1 punt return for -11 yards…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Played WR with 1
reception for 7 yards…Also had 1 punt return for 12 yards…Did not get the start as the offense opened with two-
tight ends and the FB and RB in the backfield…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Played WR with 3 receptions for 23
yards (7.7 avg.)…Two of his three receptions were for first downs…Added 1 punt return for 15 yards…Game 5 at
Baltimore 10/16: Played WR with 4 receptions for 60 yards (15.0 avg.), including a long of 29 yards…Did not start
as the offense opened with a two-TE formation…Two of his four receptions were for first downs…Also added 5
punt returns for 38 yards (7.6 avg.), including a season long 29 yards…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Played WR, did
not get the start as the offense opened in a two-TE formation…Did not record a catch, which snapped a streak of
37 consecutive games with at least one reception (dating back to the 2002 season)…Also handled punt returns
with 3 returns for 27 yards (9.0 avg.)…On his first punt return of the game, added a 10-yard return and estab-
lished a franchise record for career punt return yardage with 1,553 yards in his career (Gerald McNeil, 1,545)…
Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started at WR…Also played on special teams with 2 punt returns for 21 yards…Game
8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started at WR and had 3 receptions for 80 yards (26.7 avg.), including a 58-yard TD recep-
tion…In the 1st quarter, connected with Dilfer for a 58-yard TD pass to open an early 7-0 lead…The 58-yard
matched a career-high…Two of his three receptions were for a first down…Ran a reverse for 31 yards for his first
carry of the year…Also handed punt return duties with 2 returns for 6 yards…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Played




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first downs…Also played on special teams…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Played WR with 1 reception for 5 yards
and 1 rush for 2 yards…Also played on special teams with 2 punt returns for 47 yards (23.5 avg.), including a sea-
son-high 37 yard return…In the 3rd quarter, had a 37-yard punt return down to the Miami 28-yard line and 5-plays
later, FB Terrelle Smith caught a 6-yard TD pass from QB Trent Dilfer to open a 19-0 lead…Game 11 at Minnesota
11/27: Played WR and had 2 receptions for 17 yards (8.5 avg.), including a 9-yard TD…In the 4th quarter, con-
nected with QB Trent Dilfer for a 9-yard TD pass to cut the lead to 24-12…Also added 4 punt returns for 26 yards
(6.5 avg.), including a long of 10 yards…With his four punt returns, became the franchise leader with 162 career
punt returns (Gerald McNeil, 161)…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Played WR with 1 reception for 45 yards…Also
had 1 FC on special teams…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started at WR with 3 receptions for 29 yards (9.7 avg.),
including a long of 16 yards…One of his three receptions resulted in a first down…Also played on special teams
with 3 punt returns for 21 yards (7.0 avg.), including a long of 11 yards…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at
WR and had 2 receptions for 25 yards (12.5 avg.), including a long of 13 yards…Both receptions resulted in first
downs…Also had 2 punt returns for 47 yards, including a season-high 38 yard return…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh
12/24: Started at WR and had 5 receptions for 23 yards and also played on special teams with 1 punt return for
8 yards…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Played WR and added 6 receptions for 41 yards (6.8 avg.), as two of his six
receptions resulted in first downs…Provided a spark on special teams with a 62-yard punt return for TD in the
3rd quarter to open a 20-16 lead…The punt return for TD marked the third of his career…For the day, added 6
punt returns for 91 yards (15.2 avg.).
2004: Led the team with 55 receptions and a career-high 806 yards (14.7 avg.) receiving and 2 TDs as he
appeared in all 16 regular season games, including 11 starts at wide receiver…Big play receiver caught at least
one pass in every game and had 11 receptions of 20-yards or more and eight receptions 30-yards or more…Had
a career-high 9 receptions at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Marked his third career 100-yard receiving game with 114
yards at Miami on Dec. 26…Matched a career-high 58-yard reception vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, and at Miami on
Dec. 26…Added 36 punt returns for a career-high 432 years (12.0 avg.), including a long of 44 yards…In the reg-
ular season opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, had 3 receptions for 12 yards and 2 punt returns for 19 yards…
Added 1 reception for 7 yards and 1 punt return for 11 yards at Dallas on Sept. 19…Led the team with a career-
high 9 receptions for 50 yards at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Had 2 receptions for 11 yards and 5 punt returns for
74 yards, including a long of 44 yards, vs. Washington on Oct. 3…Recorded 4 receptions for 33 yards and 2 punt
returns for 12 yards at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10…added 2 receptions for 59 yards and 4 punt returns for 28 yards vs.
Cincinnati on Oct. 17…Started vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, and had a team-high 70 yards on 4 receptions and 2
punt returns for 34 yards…Started at Baltimore on Nov. 7, with 1 reception for 9 yards and 2 punt returns for 24
yards…Started vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, and had 2 receptions for 69 yards, including a career-long 58 yard
reception, and 1 punt return for 14 yards…Started vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21, with 2 receptions for 40 yards and 5
punt returns for 81 yards…Started at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, with 5 receptions for 87 yards and 2 punt returns for
6 yards…Started vs. New England on Dec. 5, and had 5 receptions for 93 yards and 1 punt return for 12 yards…
Started at Buffalo on Dec. 12, with 2 receptions for 6 yards and 1 TD, and 1 punt return for 8 yards…Started vs.
San Diego on Dec. 19, and led the team with 4 receptions for 61 yards and 2 punt returns for 45 yards…Started
at Miami on Dec. 26, and established his third career 100-yard receiving game with 114 yards on 4 receptions,
including a 58-yard TD strike, and added 3 punt returns for 48 yards…In the regular season finale at Houston on
Jan. 2, started with 5 receptions for 85 yards and 2 punt returns for 16 yards.
2003: In his fourth season with the Browns, appeared in 15 games, including six starts, and continued to be a
threat both on offense and on special teams…Led the club with 62 receptions for 729 yards (11.8 avg.) and 2
TDs…His 62 receptions marked a career-high…Had a season-high 115 receiving yards on 3 receptions at Denver
on Dec. 14, to mark his third-career 100-yard receiving game…41 of his 62 receptions were for first downs…
Led the club with 36 punt returns for 295 yards (8.2 avg.), with a long of 38 yards…Also rushed 12 times for 83
yards (6.9 avg.)…Had a 6-yard TD pass from Kelly Holcomb vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, and a 1-yard shovel TD
pass vs. Arizona on Nov. 16…In the season opener vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, led the team with 5 receptions for
57 yards (11.4 avg.)…Added 5 receptions for 62 yards at Baltimore on Sept. 14, and 2 punt returns for 18 yards…

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                 Listed as inactive at San Francisco on Sept. 21…Had 3 receptions for 23 yards vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 28, and 5
                 punt returns for 57 yards…Led the team with 5 receptions for 58 yards at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5, and had 3 punt
                 returns for 18 yards…Led team with 5 receptions for 54 yards vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, and had 4 punt returns for
                 16 yards…Added a 6-yard TD reception and totaled 5 receptions for 54 yards vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, and 1 punt
                 return for 3 yards…Had 2 receptions for 29 yards at New England on Oct. 26…Added 4 receptions for 24 yards
                 at Kansas City on Nov. 9…Recorded 6 receptions for 56 yards and a 1-yard TD vs. Arizona on Nov. 16, and 3 punt
                 returns for 13 yards…Had 3 receptions for 24 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23, along with 6 punt returns for 47
                 yards…Added 5 receptions for 61 yards at Seattle on Nov. 30…Recorded 3 receptions for 33 yards vs. St. Louis
                 on Dec. 8, and 1 punt return for a season-high 26 yards…Led the team with 3 receptions for 115 yards, including
                 a 44-yarder at Denver on Dec. 14, and 4 punt returns for 51 yards, including a season-high 38-yard return…Led
                 the team with 7 receptions for 67 yards vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21, and 2 punt returns for 34 yards…In the regular
                 season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, had 1 reception for 12 yards and 3 punt returns for 11 yards.
                 2002: Had a breakout season as he appeared in 13 games and established himself as a playmaker, as he led the
                 Browns with 8 TDs (5 receiving, 2 punt returns, 1 rush)…Only the fifth player in team history with a TD via a
                 reception, rush and kick return in the same season…Established career-highs in receiving TDs (5), rushing yards
                 (104), rushing TDs (1), punt return yards (367) and punt returns for TD (2)…Offensively had 38 receptions for 601
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                 yards (15.8 avg.) and 5 TDs, and 8 rushes for 104 yards (13.0 avg.) and 1 TD…31 of his 38 receptions were for first
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                 downs…Had a career-high 8 receptions for 165 yards (20.6 avg.) and 2 TDs vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6…Totaled 25
                 punt returns for 367 yards (14.7 avg.) and 2 TDs, including a 74-yard punt return for TD at Tennessee on Sept. 22,
                 and an 87-yard punt return for TD vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3…Ranked third in the NFL with a 14.7 avg. per punt
                 return, and his average was the second highest in franchise history behind Leroy Kelly (15.6 avg. in 1965)…
                 Added his first career TD reception vs. Kansas City on Sept. 8, with a 43-yard TD pass from QB Kelly Holcomb,
                 and added a 23-yard punt return…Made his impact early on in the season with a 74-yard punt return at Tennessee
                 on Sept. 22, and also recovered an onside kick late in the 4th quarter and scored the game-tying 8-yard TD from
                 Tim Couch with 12 seconds remaining as the Browns went on to a 31-28 OT victory…His 74-yard punt return vs.
                 the Titans was the first punt return for a TD by the Browns since 1995 (69-yard punt return, 10/2/95 Derrick
                 Alexander) and his 105 punt return yards ranks fourth in franchise history…Led the club with 4 receptions for 38
                 yards at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29…Had a career-high 8 receptions for 165 yards and 2 TDs vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6,
                 including a 43-yard reception from Tim Couch and a pair of 17-yard TD receptions from Kelly Holcomb…Led the
                 team with 74 yards on 4 receptions at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, and added a 30-yard punt return…Had 3-63 receiv-
                 ing at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, including a key two-point conversion from Tim Couch to tie the game, 21-21…Led the
                 club with 6 receptions for 71 yards at Cincinnati on Nov. 17, including a 13-yard TD pass…Was 3-68 receiving at
                 New Orleans on Nov. 24, and added a 36-yard rushing TD for his first career rushing TD…Suffered a knee injury
                 vs. Carolina on Dec. 1, and missed the next three contests…Returned to the lineup for the regular season finale
                 vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, and had 1 reception for 22 yards…In the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5,
                 2003, led the club with 6 receptions for 92 yards and 2 TDs, including a 32-yard strike and 15-yard TD from Kelly
                 Holcomb…Also in the playoff contest, returned a punt 59 yards and totaled 70 punt return yards, which marked
                 the second most punt return yards in team history in a postseason game (71, Leroy Kelly, 12/26/71 vs. Baltimore).
                 2001: In his second season with the Browns, battled numerous injuries before settling into new offense and
                 appeared in 11 games, including seven starting assignments…Totaled 18 receptions for 211 yards (11.7 avg.) and
                 15 punt returns for 86 yards (5.7 avg.)…Added 3 rushes for 26 yards (8.7 avg.)…Suffered a clavicle injury during
                 the summer prior to training camp and missed the first three preseason contests…In the final preseason contest
                 at Carolina on Aug. 31, aggravated the same clavicle injury and was forced to miss the first three regular season
                 contests…Made his season debut vs. San Diego on Oct. 7, with 1 reception for 14 yards…Started at wide receiv-
                 er vs. Baltimore on Oct. 21, with 1 reception for 11 yards…Started at Chicago on Nov. 4, with 2 receptions for 34
                 yards and 4 punt returns for 49 yards, including a season-high 32-yard return…Started at wide receiver vs.
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 11, and at Baltimore on Nov. 18, and had 5 receptions for 45 yards…Started at wide receiver
                 vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 25, and added 1 reception for 13 yards…Established a season-high 6 receptions for 65
                 yards vs. Tennessee on Dec. 2…Started at New England on Dec. 9, with 2 receptions for 29 yards…Limited to spe-
                 cial teams duty late in the season and did not play in the final two regular season games.
                 2000: In his rookie season, ranked fourth among NFL rookie receivers with 39 receptions for 422 yards and
                 appeared in 15 games, including eight starting assignments…Also handled punt return duties for the club with
                 27 returns for 289 yards (10.7 avg.)…Had one of the best games of rookie campaign with 5 receptions for a sea-
                 son-high 80 yards at Denver on Oct. 15, including a season-long 37-yard reception from Tim Couch…Made his
                 first career start at wide receiver vs. Baltimore on Oct. 1, and caught 4 passes for 43 yards (10.8 avg.)…Added 3
                 receptions for 67 yards (22.3 avg.) at Arizona on Oct. 8…Lined up under center vs. Philadelphia on Dec. 10, and
                 had 7 rushing attempts for 37 yards and also recorded 5 receptions for 44 yards…Totaled 7 rushes vs. the Eagles
                 (6 from shotgun set and 1 sweep) for 37 yards and marked the first time lining up in the backfield since high
                 school…Recorded 4 punt returns on two occasions: at Oakland on Sept. 24, and vs. New England on Nov. 12…
                 Recorded a season-high 47 punt return yards vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 29...Added a season-long 30-yard return vs.
                 New England on Nov. 12.
                 COLLEGE: Holds 12 school records and ranks second on the Pac-10 Conference career-record lists with 223 recep-
                 tions for 3,252 yards...His 5,392 all-purpose yards set a school all-time record...His string of 43 straight games with
                 at least one catch broke the Pac-10 record of 37 by John Jackson of Southern California (1986-89)...Began his

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Wildcat career as a cornerback…In 1999, All-America first-team selection as an all-purpose back by SportsPage.com,
the Associated Press and Football Writers Association, earning first-team honors as a receiver from the American
Football Coaches Association and second-team accolades from The Sporting News...All-Pac-10 Conference first-
team pick...Finalist for the Mosi Tatupu Award, given to the top special teams player in the nation...Led the team
as he set school season-records with 88 receptions for 1,422 yards (16.8 avg.) and 8 TDs...Second on the team with
14 carries for 200 yards (14.3 avg) and 1 TD...Led the conference and ranked second in the nation with 23 punt
returns for 436 yards (19.0 avg.) and 2 TDs...Added 191 yards on 9 kickoff returns (21.2 avg.)...Averaged 187.4 all-
purpose yards per game…In 1998, All-Pac-10 Conference first team selection by The Sports Network...Led the
team with 63 receptions for 916 yards (15.8 avg.) and 9 TDs...Carried 9 times for 69 yards (7.7 avg.)...Returned 38
punts for 437 yards (11.5 avg.)...Added 219 yards on 11 kickoff returns (19.9 avg.)... Averaged 137.3 all-purpose
yards per game…In 1997, All-Pac-10 Conference second-team pick...Started every game, leading the team with 58
receptions for 767 yards (13.2 avg.) and 9 TDs…Rushed 6 times for 105 yards (17.5 avg.) and a score...Returned 10
kickoffs for 230 yards (23.0 avg.)...Averaged 100.2 all-purpose yards per game…In 1996, played in 11 games as a
reserve receiver and cornerback...Caught 8 passes for 75 yards (9.4 avg.) and 1 TD...Carried 5 times for 8 yards (1.6
avg.)...Recovered 2 fumbles, 2 PBU, 1 solo tackle and had 2 interceptions for 63 yards...Lined up at cornerback for
the first three games before moving to offense…Redshirted as a freshman in 1995.




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PERSONAL: Active in the Cleveland community by speaking to students about non-violence, visiting children in




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local hospitals, building a home for Habitat For Humanity, supporting the Make-A-Wish Foundation, distributing
turkeys to Cleveland residents during the holiday season and hosting a toy drive during the holidays for Toys For
Tots…All-city and all-conference selection at Dorsey (Los Angeles, Calif.) High School...Lettered twice in both
football and track...City Offensive Player-of-the-Year, rushing for 900 yards on 74 carries, averaging 34.2 yards per
kickoff return and setting a school record with 23 TDs as a senior...Honor roll student, graduating with a 3.3 grade
point average…Earned his bachelor’s degree in communications...Cousin, Greg Gales, played football at Nevada-
Las Vegas...Son of Bonita Huskey...Born Dec. 22, 1977...Resides in Los Angeles, Calif.

                                   NORTHCUTT’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECEPTIONS: 9 at N.Y. Giants 9/26/04
RECEIVING YARDS: 165 vs. Baltimore 10/6/02
RECEIVING TD’S: 2 vs. Baltimore 10/6/02
LONG RECEPTION: 58 vs. Pittsburgh 11/14/04; (TD) at Miami 12/26/04; (TD) vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
PUNT RETURNS: 6 vs. Pittsburgh 11/23/03; vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
PUNT RETURN YARDS: 105 at Tennessee 9/22/02
LONGEST PUNT RETURN: 87t vs. Pittsburgh 11/3/02
TD’S PUNT RETURNS: 1 at Tennessee 9/22/02; vs. Pittsburgh 11/3/02; vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 7 vs. Philadelphia 12/10/00
RUSHING YARDS: 37 vs. Philadelphia 12/10/00
LONG RUSH: 36t at New Orleans 11/24/02
RUSHING TD’S: 1 at New Orleans 11/24/02

CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (3)                             CAREER PUNT RETURNS FOR TD (3)
165 vs. Baltimore 10/6/02 (8-165-2)                             74t at Tennessee 9/22/02
115 at Denver 12/14/03 (3-115-0)                                87t vs. Pittsburgh 11/3/02
114 at Miami 12/26/04 (4-114-1)                                 62t vs. Baltimore 1/1/06

NORTHCUTT’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   RECEIVING                                  RUSHING
YEAR    TEAM           GP     GS         NO     YDS    AVG       LG     TD        NO      YDS AVG     LG          TD
2000    Cleveland      15      8          39     422   10.8       37     0         9       33     3.7  13          0
2001    Cleveland      11      7          18     211   11.7       26     0         3       26     8.7  12          0
2002    Cleveland      13      0          38     601   15.8      43t     5         8      104    13.0 36t          1
2003    Cleveland      15      6          62     729   11.8       44     2        12       83     6.9  23          0
2004    Cleveland      16     11          55     806   14.7      58t     2         8       19     2.4   8          0
2005    Cleveland      16      7          42     441   10.5      58t     2         2       33    16.5  31          0
NFL     TOTALS         86     39         254    3210 12.6        58T    11        42      298    7.1  36T          1

NORTHCUTT’S CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                           PUNT RETURNS                                      KICKOFF RETURNS                 ST
YEAR TEAM        NO FC YDS AVG LG                          TD          NO     YDS AVG LG          TD      TACKLES
2000 Cleveland    27    12   289   10.7    30               0           0      0    0.0   0        0         1
2001 Cleveland    15     7    86    5.7    32               0           0      0    0.0   0        0         0
2002 Cleveland    25    10   367   14.7 87t                 2           0      0    0.0   0        0         0
2003 Cleveland    36     8   295    8.2    38               0           0      0    0.0   0        0         0
2004 Cleveland    36    12   432   12.0    44               0           0      0    0.0   0        0         0
2005 Cleveland    35    13   368   10.5 62t                 1           0      0    0.0   0        0         0
NFL  TOTALS      174 62 1837 10.6 87T                       3           0      0    0.0   0        0         1
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                 NORTHCUTT’S CAREER POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                       RECEIVING                                       RUSHING
                 YEAR TEAM        GP GS        NO YDS      AVG LG               TD        NO        YDS AVG      LG       TD
                 2002 Cleveland    1    0       6    92    15.3    32            2         1         5    5.0     5        0
                 NFL   TOTALS      1    0       6    92    15.3 32               2         1         5    5.0     5        0

                 NORTHCUTT’S CAREER POSTSEASON SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                           PUNT RETURNS                   KICKOFF RETURNS                           ST
                 YEAR TEAM        NO FC YDS AVG LG TD                 NO YDS AVG LG                       TD     TACKLES
                 2002 Cleveland     2    0    70   35.0  59   0         0   0    0.0   0                   0        0
                 NFL      TOTALS      2    0   70    35.0   59     0        0        0    0.0        0     0          0

                 NORTHCUTT’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE    STATISTICS
                                                RECEIVING                                           RUSHING
                 DATE      OPP        NO    YDS    AVG       LG        TD            NO    YDS         AVG       LG       TD
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                 9/11      Cin.       4      16      4.0      8         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 9/18      @ G.B.     3      39     13.0     16         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 9/25      @ Ind.     1       7      7.0      7         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 10/9      Chi.       3      23      7.7     11         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 10/16     @ Balt.    4      60     15.0     29         0             0     0           0.0       0        0
                 10/23     Det.       0       0      0.0      0         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 10/30     @ Hou.     0       0      0.0      0         0             0     0           0.0       0        0
                 11/6      Tenn.      3      80     26.7     58t        1             1     31         31.0      31        0
                 11/13     @ Pitt.    4      31      7.8     11         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 11/20     Mia.       1       5      5.0      5         0             1      2          2.0       2        0
                 11/27     @ Minn.    2      17      8.5      9t        1             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 12/4      Jack.      1      45     45.0     45         0             0     0           0.0       0        0
                 12/11     @ Cin.     3      29      9.7     16         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 12/18     @ Oak.     2      25     12.5     13         0             0     0           0.0       0        0
                 12/24     Pitt.      5      23      4.6      6         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 1/1       Balt.      6      41      6.8     10         0             0      0          0.0       0        0
                 TOTALS       16 GM       42   441   10.5    58T       2             2         33        16.5    31       0

                 NORTHCUTT’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                               PUNT RETURNS                                KICKOFF RETURNS
                 DATE      OPP        NO    YDS     AVG    LG    TD                  NO    YDS    AVG    LG               TD
                 9/11      Cin.       2      20      10.0  13     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 9/18      @ G.B.     1     -11     -11.0  -11    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 9/25      @ Ind.     1      12      12.0   12    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 10/9      Chi.       1      15      15.0  15     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 10/16     @ Balt.    5      38      7.6   29     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 10/23     Det.       3      27       9.0   10    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 10/30     @ Hou.     2      21     10.5   18     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 11/6      Tenn.      2       6       3.0    5    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 11/13     @ Pitt.    0       0       0.0   0     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 11/20     Mia.       2      47      23.5  37     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 11/27     @ Minn.    4      26       6.5   10    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 12/4      Jack.      0      0       0.0    0     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 12/11     @ Cin.     3      21       7.0   11    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 12/18     @ Oak.     2      47     23.5   38     0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 12/24     Pitt.      1       8       8.0    8    0                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 1/1       Balt.      6      91      15.2  62t    1                   0     0      0.0     0               0
                 TOTALS    16 GM      35    368     10.5   62T    1                   0     0      0.0    0                0




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NORTHCUTT’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE      STATISTICS
                               RECEIVING                             RUSHING
DATE      OPP        NO    YDS    AVG        LG     TD    NO   YDS      AVG    LG    TD
9/12      Balt.      3      12      4.0        6     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
9/19      @ Dal.     1       7      7.0        7     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
9/26      @ NYG      9      50      5.6       11     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
10/3      Wash.      2      11      5.5       10     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
10/10     @ Pitt.    4      33      8.3       19     0     1     0       0.0    0     0
10/17     Cin.       2      59     29.5       49     0     1     2       2.0    2     0
10/24     Phil.      4      70     17.5       42     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
11/7      @ Balt.    1       9      9.0        9     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
11/14     Pitt.      2      69     34.5       58     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
11/21     N.Y.J      2      40     20.0       27     0     2     5       2.5    4     0
11/28     @ Cin.     5      87     17.4       39     0     0     0       0.0    0     0
12/5      N.E.       5      93     18.6       53     0     1     8       8.0    8     0
12/12     @ Buff.    2       6      3.0        3     1     0     0       0.0    0     0




                                                                                          PLAYERS
12/19     S.D.       4      61     15.3       39     0     2     0       0.0    1     0




                                                                                                Veterans
12/26     @ Mia.     4     114     28.5      58t     1     0     0       0.0    0     0
1/2       @ Hou.     5      85     17.0       48     0     1     4       4.0    4     0
TOTALS    16 GM      55     806   14.7       58T     2     8    19       2.4     8    0


NORTHCUTT’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                              PUNT RETURNS                     KICKOFF RETURNS
DATE      OPP        NO    YDS     AVG    LG    TD        NO   YDS    AVG    LG      TD
9/12      Balt.      2      19      9.5   12     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
9/19      @ Dal.     1      11     11.0   11     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
9/26      @ NYG      1       0      0.0    0     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
10/3      Wash.      5      74     14.8   44     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
10/10     @ Pitt.    2      12      6.0   10     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
10/17     Cin.       4      28      7.0   11     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
10/24     Phil.      2      34     17.0   25     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
11/7      @ Balt.    2      24     12.0   15     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
11/14     Pitt.      1      14     14.0   14     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
11/21     N.Y.J      5      81     16.2   25     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
11/28     @ Cin.     2       6      3.0    4     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
12/5      N.E.       1      12     12.0   12     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
12/12     @ Buff.    1       8      8.0    8     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
12/19     S.D.       2      45     22.5   38     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
12/26     @ Mia.     3      48     16.0   22     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
1/2       @ Hou.     2      16      8.0    9     0         0    0      0.0     0      0
TOTALS    16 GM      36    432     12.0    44    0         0    0      0.0    0       0

NORTHCUTT’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE      STATISTICS
                                 RECEIVING                           RUSHING
DATE      OPP        NO     YDS     AVG       LG    TD    NO   YDS      AVG    LG    TD
9/7       Ind.       5        57     11.4     24     0     1    -1      -1.0   -1     0
9/14      @ Balt.    5        62     12.4     27     0     0    0        0.0    0     0
9/21      @ S.F      Inactive Chest
9/28      Cin.       3        23      7.7      9     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
10/5      @ Pitt.    5        58     11.6     19     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
10/12     Oak.       5        54     10.8     17     0     1    8        8.0    8    0
10/19     S.D.       5        54     10.8     16     1     0    0        0.0    0    0
10/26     @ N.E.     2        29     14.5     16     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
11/9      @ K.C.     4       24       6.0      8     0     1    6       6.0     6    0
11/16     Ariz.      6        56      9.3     16     1     2   14        7.0    8    0
11/23     Pitt.      3        24      8.0     11     0     2    8        4.0    8    0
11/30     @ Sea.     5       61      12.2     17     0     0    0       0.0    0     0
12/8      St. L.     3        33     11.0     18     0     2   16        8.0    9    0
12/14     @ Den.     3       115     38.3     44     0     0    0       0.0     0    0
12/21     Balt.      7        67      9.6     13     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
12/28     @ Cin.     1        12     12.0     12     0     3   32       10.7   23    0
TOTALS    15 GM      62     729     11.8      44     2    12   83       6.9    23    0


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                 NORTHCUTT’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                                PUNT RETURNS                    KICKOFF RETURNS
                 DATE      OPP        NO     YDS     AVG    LG   TD        NO   YDS    AVG    LG      TD
                 9/7       Ind.       1        2      2.0     2   0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 9/14      @ Balt.    2       18      9.0   10    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 9/21      @ S.F.     Inactive Chest
                 9/28      Cin.       5       57     11.4   19    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 10/5      @ Pitt.    3       18      6.0   13    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 10/12     Oak.       4       16      4.0   13    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 10/19     S.D.       1        3      3.0     3   0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 10/26     @ N.E.     1       -1     -1.0    -1   0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 11/9      @ K.C.     0        0      0.0    0    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 11/16     Ariz.      3       13      4.3   13    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 11/23     Pitt.      6       47      7.8   11    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 11/30     @ Sea.     0        0      0.0     0   0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 12/8      St. L.     1       26     26.0   26    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 12/14     @ Den.     4       51     12.8   38    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
       PLAYERS




                 12/21     Balt.      2       34     17.0   23    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
Veterans




                 12/28     @ Cin.     3       11      3.7     7   0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 TOTALS    15 GM      36     295      8.2    38   0        0     0       0.0    0     0

                 NORTHCUTT’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE      STATISTICS
                                                  RECEIVING                           RUSHING
                 DATE      OPP        NO     YDS      AVG     LG     TD    NO   YDS      AVG    LG    TD
                 9/8       K.C.       1        43     43.0    43t     1     0     0       0.0    0     0
                 9/15      Cin.       0         0      0.0     0      0     0     0       0.0    0     0
                 9/22      @ Ten.     3        24      8.0    11      1     0     0       0.0    0     0
                 9/29      @ Pitt.    4        38      9.5    15      0     0     0       0.0    0     0
                 10/6      Balt.      8       165     20.6    43      2           7       7.0    7     0
                 10/13     @ T.B.     4        74     18.5    23      0    0      0       0.0    0     0
                 10/20     Hou.       3         6      2.0     7      0    0      0       0.0    0     0
                 10/27     @ NYJ      3       63      21.0    43      0    1     13      13.0   13     0
                 11/3      Pitt.      2        27     13.5    10      0    1      5       5.0    5     0
                 11/17     @ Cin.     6        71     11.8    18      1    0      0       0.0    0     0
                 11/24     @ N.O.     3        68     22.7    40      0    2     35      17.5   36t    1
                 12/1      Car.       0         0      0.0     0      0    1     34      34.0   34     0
                 12/8      @ Jac.     Inactive (Knee)
                 12/15     Ind.       Inactive (Knee)
                 12/22     @ Balt.    Inactive (Knee)
                 12/29     Atl.       1        22     22.0     22     0    2     10       5.0    5    0
                 TOTALS    13 GM      38     601      15.8    43T     5    8    104      13.0   36T   1

                 NORTHCUTT’S 2002 POSTSEASON OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                               RECEIVING                              RUSHING
                 DATE      OPP        NO   YDS    AVG     LG      TD       NO   YDS      AVG    LG    TD
                 1/5       @ Pitt.     6    92     15.3   32t      2        1    5        5.0    5     0
                 TOTALS    1 GM        6    92    15.3    32T      2        1    5        5.0     5    0

                 NORTHCUTT’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                                PUNT RETURNS                    KICKOFF RETURNS
                 DATE      OPP        NO     YDS      AVG   LG   TD        NO   YDS    AVG    LG      TD
                 9/8       K.C.       1       23      23.0  23    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 9/15      Cin.       2       20      10.0  17    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 9/22      @ Ten.     4       105     26.3  74t   1         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 9/29      @ Pitt.    2        2       1.0   2    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 10/6      Balt.      3       24       8.0  12    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 10/13     @ T.B.     1       30      30.0  30    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 10/20     Hou.       3       17       5.7   9    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 10/27     @ NYJ      2       11       5.5  11    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 11/3      Pitt.      1        87     87.0  87t   1         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 11/17     @ Cin.     2       19       9.5  12    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 11/24     @ N.O.     1        0       0.0   0    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 12/1      Car.       2       21      10.5  17    0         0    0      0.0     0      0
                 12/8      @ Jac.     Inactive (Knee)
                 12/15     Ind.       Inactive (Knee)
                 12/22     @ Balt.    Inactive (Knee)
                 12/29     Atl.       1        8       8.0   8    0        0     0       0.0    0     0
                 TOTALS    13 GM      25     367      14.7 87T    2        0     0       0.0    0     0
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NORTHCUTT’S 2002 POSTSEASON SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                             PUNT RETURNS                      KICKOFF RETURNS
DATE      OPP        NO   YDS     AVG    LG     TD        NO   YDS    AVG    LG     TD
1/5       @ Pitt.     2    70     35.0    59     0         0    0      0.0     0     0
TOTALS    1 GM        2    70     35.0   59      0         0    0      0.0    0      0

NORTHCUTT’S 2001 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE      STATISTICS
                                 RECEIVING                           RUSHING
DATE      OPP        NO     YDS       AVG     LG    TD    NO   YDS      AVG    LG   TD
9/9       vs. Sea.   Inactive (Clavicle)
9/23      vs. Det.   Inactive (Clavicle)
9/30      @ Jac.     Inactive (Clavicle)
10/7      vs. S.D.   1       14       14.0    14     0    0    0        0.0    0    0
10/14     @ Cin.     0        0        0.0     0     0    0     0       0.0     0   0
10/21     vs. Bal.   1       11       11.0    11     0    0     0        0.0    0   0
11/4      @ Chi.     2       34       17.0    20     0    0     0        0.0    0   0




                                                                                         PLAYERS
11/11     vs. Pit.   0        0        0.0     0     0    0    0        0.0    0    0




                                                                                               Veterans
11/18     @ Bal.     5       45        9.0    26     0    1    12       12.0   12   0
11/25     vs. Cin.   1       13       13.0    13     0    1    9        9.0    9    0
12/2      vs. Ten.   6       65       10.8    25     0    1     5        5.0    5   0
12/9      @ N.E.     2       29       14.5    18     0    0     0        0.0    0   0
12/16     vs. Jac.   0        0        0.0     0     0    0     0        0.0    0   0
12/23     @ G.B.     0        0        0.0     0     0    0    0        0.0    0    0
12/30     @ Ten.     DNP
1/6       @ Pit.     DNP
TOTALS 11 GM         18     211       11.7    26     0    3    26       8.7    12   0

NORTHCUTT’S 2001 GAME-BY-GAME SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                               PUNT RETURNS                    KICKOFF RETURNS
DATE      OPP        NO     YDS       AVG  LG   TD        NO   YDS    AVG    LG     TD
9/9       vs. Sea.   Inactive (Clavicle)
9/23      vs. Det.   Inactive (Clavicle)
9/30      @ Jac.     Inactive (Clavicle)
10/7      vs. S.D.   0        0        0.0   0   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
10/14     @ Cin.     1        0        0.0   0   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
10/21     vs. Bal.   2        4        2.0   2   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
11/4      @ Chi.     4       49       12.3 32    0        0     0       0.0    0    0
11/11     vs. Pit.   2       18        9.0 14    0        0     0       0.0    0    0
11/18     @ Bal.     1        1        1.0   1   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
11/25     vs. Cin.   1        4        4.0   4   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
12/2      vs. Ten.   2       12        6.0 10    0        0     0       0.0    0    0
12/9      @ N.E.     1        0        0.0   0   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
12/16     vs. Jac.   1       -2       -2.0  -2   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
12/23     @ G.B.     0        0        0.0   0   0        0     0       0.0    0    0
12/30     @ Ten.     DNP
1/6       @ Pit.     DNP
TOTALS 11 GM         15      86       5.7  32    0        0     0       0.0    0    0

NORTHCUTT’S 2000 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE      STATISTICS
                                 RECEIVING                           RUSHING
DATE      OPP        NO     YDS       AVG     LG    TD    NO   YDS      AVG    LG   TD
9/3       vs. Jac.   1        0        0.0     0     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
9/10      @ Cin.     1       12       12.0    12     0     1    -1      -1.0   -1    0
9/17      vs. Pit.   2       27       13.5    19     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
9/24      @ Oak.     1        8        8.0     8     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
10/1      vs. Bal.   4       43       10.8    14     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
10/8      @ Ari.     3       67       22.3    33     0     0     0       0.0    0    0
10/15     @ Den.     5       80       16.0    37     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
10/22     @ Pit.     2       22       11.0    12     0     1    -3      -3.0   -3    0
10/29     Cin.       4       23        5.7    10     0     0     0       0.0    0    0
11/5      N.Y.G.     3       34       11.3    13     0     0     0       0.0    0    0
11/12     N.E.       4       32        8.0    13     0     0     0       0.0    0    0
11/19     @ Ten.     3       30       10.0    14     0     0     0       0.0    0    0
11/26     @ Bal.     0        0        0.0     0     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
12/3      @ Jac.     1        0        0.0     0     0     0    0        0.0    0    0
12/10     Phi.       5       44        8.8    15     0     7    37       5.3   13    0
12/17     Ten.       Inactive (Ankle)
TOTALS 15 GM         39     422       10.8    37     0    9    33       3.7    13   0

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                                                PUNT RETURNS                                         KICKOFF RETURNS
                 DATE      OPP        NO     YDS       AVG  LG   TD                         NO       YDS    AVG    LG          TD
                 9/3       vs. Jac.   0        0        0.0  0    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 9/10      @ Cin.     2        5        2.5  8    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 9/17      vs. Pit.   1        5        5.0  5    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 9/24      @ Oak.     4       40       10.0 18    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 10/1      vs. Bal.   2       16        8.0 12    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 10/8      @ Ari.     3       27        9.0 18    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 10/15     @ Den.     1       22       22.0 22    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 10/22     @ Pit.     1        7        7.0  7    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 10/29     Cin.       3       47       15.7 17    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 11/5      N.Y.G.     1       12       12.0 12    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 11/12     N.E.       4       47       11.8 30    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 11/19     @ Ten.     0        0        0.0  0    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 11/26     @ Bal.     2       30       15.0 15    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
       PLAYERS




                 12/3      @ Jac.     2       18        9.0 11    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
Veterans




                 12/10     Phi.       1       13       13.0 13    0                          0        0      0.0     0          0
                 12/17     Ten.       Inactive (Ankle)
                 TOTALS 15 GM         27     289       10.7 30    0                          0        0        0.0       0      0


                                         TE JOHN OWENS 87
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: JAN. 10, 1980
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-3                                  COLLEGE: NOTRE DAME
                                         WEIGHT: 255
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (15/8); 2003 (7
                                                                                  /1); 2004 (2/0); 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 24 games, 9 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Detroit in the fifth round, 138th overall, in the 2002 NFL Draft…
                 Waived by Detroit on Oct. 23, 2004…Claimed by Chicago via waivers on Oct. 25, 2004…Traded by Chicago along
                 with a 2006 conditional draft choice to Miami for LB Brendon Ayanbedejo on Aug. 29, 2005…Waived by Miami
                 on Sept. 3, 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on Dec. 28, 2005.

                                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Began the year with Chicago and was traded by the Bears along with a 2006 conditional draft pick to
                 Miami for LB Brendon Ayanbedejo on Aug. 29…Waived by Miami on Sept. 3…Signed by Cleveland as a free
                 agent on Dec. 27…Listed as inactive for the regular season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1.
                 2004: Began the year with the Lions and was inactive for the first five regular season games…Waived by Detroit
                 on Oct. 23, and claimed by Chicago…Played in two games for Chicago as a reserve tight end…Also played on
                 special teams with 1 tackle.
                 2003: Played in seven games, including one start for the Lions, mainly as a blocking tight end and on special
                 teams…Was inactive for the club's final nine regular season contests.
                 2002: In his rookie season with Detroit, played in 15 games, including eight starts at tight end with 5 receptions
                 for 49 yards (9.8 avg.), including a long of 13 yards…Started his first NFL game at Carolina on Sept. 15, when the
                 Lions opened in a two-tight end formation…Added his first NFL reception for 5-yards at Minnesota on Oct. 13…
                 Had a career-high 2 receptions for 19 yards vs. Chicago on Oct. 20…Inactive at Buffalo on Oct. 27, due to a shoul-
                 der injury…Returned to add a 12-yard reception vs. Dallas on Nov. 3…Caught a career-long 13-yard reception at
                 Arizona on Dec. 8…Started three of the final four regular season contests at Arizona on Dec. 8, at Atlanta on
                 Dec. 22 and vs. Minnesota on Dec. 29.
                 COLLEGE: Began and ended his four-year career at Notre Dame (1998-2001) as a tight end despite being shifted
                 to defensive end for much of his junior campaign…Honored as a Super Sleeper Team selection by the National
                 Sports Bureau as a senior in 2001, starting all but two games with catching six passes for 79 yards (13.2 avg.)
                 and 1 TD…Lined up at right defensive end as a junior, recording 9 tackles in 12 contests, before moving back to
                 tight end for the Fiesta Bowl vs. Oregon State…Appeared in nine games as a tight end in 1999 as a sophomore…
                 Played in 11 games as a freshman, including the Gator Bowl vs. Georgia Tech.
                 PERSONAL: Earned three letters in football as a tight end and defensive end at DeMatha (Hyattsville, Md.)
                 High School while being rated the 95th best prep player nationally by The Sporting News and 99th best
                 player by The Chicago Sun-Times and was USA Today honorable mention All-America selection…Two-time
                 all-conference and Washington Post all-metro selection…Selected for Chesapeake Classic that matches

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football standouts from Maryland and Virginia…Three-year starter in basketball and all-league pick as senior
averaging 12.7 points and 13.9 rebounds…Helped basketball team to three-year record of 92-13…Born Jan. 10,
1980 in Washington, D.C… Full name is John Wesley Owens…Majored in management information systems at
Notre Dame.
                                     OWEN’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RECEPTIONS: 2 vs. Chicago 10/20/02
RECEIVING YARDS: 19 vs. Chicago 10/20/02
LONG RECEPTION: 13 at Arizona 12/8/02
OWEN’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                RECEIVING                             SP T
YEAR    TEAM            GP           GS      NO         YDS        AVG           LG         TD       TACKLE
2002    Detroit         15            8       5          49         9.8          13          0         0
2003    Detroit          7            1       0           0         0.0           0          0         0
2004    Det./Chi.        2            0       0           0         0.0           0          0         1
2005    Cleveland        0            0       0           0         0.0           0          0         0




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NFL     TOTALS          24           9        5          49        9.8           13          0         1




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                       DL J’VONNE PARKER 69
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                        BIRTHDATE: JUNE 7, 1982
                       YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                           ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                       HEIGHT: 6-4                                COLLEGE: RUTGERS
                       WEIGHT: 323
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (4/0).
                       CAREER GAMES: 4 games, 0 starts.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by Cleveland on April 29, 2005…Waived by
Cleveland on Sept. 3, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 4, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to
the active roster on Dec. 7, 2005.

                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Rookie DL joined the Browns as an undrafted rookie free agent from Rutgers and made an impression on
the defensive coaching staff during training camp…Signed to the practice squad after being waived at the end
of training camp…Spent the first 12 weeks of the regular season on the practice squad before being signed to
the active roster on Dec. 7…Appeared in four games for the Browns as a reserve defensive lineman with 1 tack-
le and also played on special teams…Made his NFL debut at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, as a reserve lineman…Played
on special teams at Oakland on Dec. 18, and added 1 defensive tackle vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…In the regular
season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, played NT and also appeared on special teams with a recovered fumble
after an aborted Ravens field goal attempt.
COLLEGE: Transferred from Howard University to Rutgers in August of 2002…With Rutgers in 2004, appeared in
11 games and added 19 tackles, 3.5 TFL and 1 recovered fumble…Had a season-high 4 tackles vs. West Virginia,
and added 3 tackles vs. Temple and Navy…Did not see any action in 2003…Was eligible to practice, however, sat
out the 2002 season per NCAA transfer rules…Played two seasons at Howard…Played two games as a freshman
in 2000 and six games in 2001.
PERSONAL: Born June 7, 1982 in Scotlandneck, N.C. and raised in Newark, N.J…Named third-team All-Essex
County selection at West Side High School (N.J.) as a senior…Graduated from Newark Tech, where he also start-
ed at center on the basketball team.
                                     PARKER’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 1 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24/05

PARKER’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                  TACKLES         QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2005 Cleveland 4 0       1    1      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 1 0      0
NFL   TOTALS     4 0     1    1      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 1 0      0




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                                         DB ANTONIO PERKINS 30
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: JAN. 9, 1982
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                              ACQUIRED: D(4) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 5-11                                  COLLEGE: OKLAHOMA
                                         WEIGHT: 194
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (1   /0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the fourth round,
                 103rd overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft.                                                 FUN FACTS
                                                                                                • Went back to school during the
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               off-season and graduated this
                                                                                                  summer with his master’s degree
                 2005: In his rookie season, played in one game on special teams with 3           in human relations from the
                 kickoff returns for 82 yards (27.3 avg.)…Listed as inactive for 15 regular
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                                                                                                  University of Oklahoma.
                 season games…Made his NFL debut at Green Bay on Sept. 18, as he filled
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                 in for the injured Joshua Cribbs (knee) on kickoff return units and finished   • Very active in the Cleveland com-
                 with 3 kickoff returns for 82 yards.                                             munity with appearances with
                                                                                                  the Cleveland Clinic Children’s
                 COLLEGE: An electrifying open-field runner who set school, conference            Hospital, the Cleveland Foodbank
                 and NCAA records as a punt returner, including 277 yards and 3 TDs on            and helped renovate Bump Taylor
                 punt returns vs. UCLA in 2003, which set an NCAA Division 1-A game               Field as part of the NFL Grass-
                 record, a school record 4 punt returns for TDs in a season in 2003, and 8        roots Field Renovtion.
                 TDs on punt returns during his career tied the NCAA record…In 47 games
                 with the Sooners, started 30 contests and finished with 125 tackles, including 92 solo, 1 sack for 7 yards, 5 TFL,
                 2 forced fumbles, 2 recovered fumbles, 21 PBU and 11 interceptions for 150 yards, including 1 returned for a
                 TD…Finished his college career with school records with 113 punt returns for 1,441 yards (12.8 avg.) and 8 TDs,
                 and added 21 kickoff returns for 319 yards…In 2004, as a senior named All-Big Twelve Conference honorable
                 mention and added Academic All-Big Twelve honors for the second-straight year…Finished with 33 tackles, 22
                 solo, 1 sack for 7 yards, 1 recovered fumble, 1 forced fumble and 1 interception in nine starts…Also had 17 punt
                 returns for 156 yards (9.2 avg.) and 1 TD…In 2003, Consensus All-American first-team selection as a return spe-
                 cialist…All-Big Twelve Conference and Academic All-Big Twelve first-team choice…Set NCAA records for most
                 punts returned for TDs in a game (3 vs. UCLA) and season (4)…Also set an NCAA game-record with 277 yards
                 on punt returns vs. UCLA…Started all 14 games at weakside cornerback and recorded a career-high 51 tackles,
                 41 solo, with 3 TFL, 3 interceptions for 13 yards and 5 PBU…Returned 53 punts for 642 yards (12.1 avg.), adding
                 112 yards on 8 kickoff returns (14.0 avg.)…In 2002, All-American honorable mention by CNN/SI and All-Big
                 Twelve Conference second-team choice as a return specialist…Recorded 26 tackles, 17 solo, with 8 PBU, 1
                 recovered fumble and 1 forced fumble while playing in 14 games, including seven starts at weakside corner-
                 back…Named the squad’s special teams MVP…Set a school season-record with 643 yards on 43 punt returns
                 (15.0 avg.), including 3 TDs…Had 4 interceptions for 111 yards including 1 TD…Added 12 kickoff returns for 207
                 yards (17.2 avg.)…Facing Washington State in the Rose Bowl, returned 4 punts for 90 yards, including a 51-yard
                 TD and delivered 3 tackles with 1 PBU…In 2001, earned Freshman All-American second-team honors from The
                 Sporting News…Saw action in ten games as a reserve cornerback and recorded 15 tackles, 12 solo, 7 PBU and
                 3 interceptions for 26 yards…In 2000, redshirted as a freshman.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Lawton (Okla.) High School…All-State pick by The Daily Oklahoman, Tulsa World and the
                 high school coaches association and a member of The Daily Oklahoman's Blue-Chip List...District and Area
                 Offensive Player-of-the-Year after finishing fifth in Class 6A ranks in receiving with 44 catches for 951 yards and
                 16 TDs as a senior...Led the squad to a 23-2 record in his final two years, including an 11-1 mark as a
                 senior...Exceeded 90 receptions for his career...Also averaged 20.5 yards and scored 3 TDs (two in one game) on
                 20 punt returns and returned 1 kickoff for a TD…Twice earned All-Big Twelve Conference academic honors…
                 Graduated from Oklahoma in May, 2004 with a degree in criminology/sociology…Plays the trumpet and bari-
                 tone…Born Jan. 9, 1982 in Lawton, Okla.

                                                     PERKINS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 KICKOFF RETURNS: 3 at Green Bay 9/18/05
                 KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 82 at Green Bay 9/18/05
                 LONGEST KICKOFF RETURN: 35 at Green Bay 9/18/05

                 PERKINS’ CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES         QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2005 Cleveland 1 0       0    0      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      0
                 NFL TOTALS       1 0     0    0      0  0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      0


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                        LS RYAN PONTBRIAND 64
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 4TH                           BIRTHDATE: OCT. 1, 1979
                        YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                              ACQUIRED: D(5A) – ’03
                        HEIGHT: 6-2                                   COLLEGE: RICE
                        WEIGHT: 250
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (16/0); 2004 (16/0); 2005 (1 /0).
                                                                               1
                        CAREER GAMES: 43 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the fifth round, 142nd
overall, in the 2003 NFL Draft.                                                       FUN FACTS
                                                                              • Very active in the Cleveland com-
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              munity, in 2004 received the Doug
                                                                                Dieken Humanitarian Award, and
2005: In his third season with the Browns, appeared in 11 games as the
                                                                                was nominated for the Cleveland
long snapper for field goal, PAT and punting situations…Helped the spe-




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                                                                                Sports Awards Humanitarian of
cial teams as K Phil Dawson established a career-high 27 FGs made and




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                                                                                the Year Award.
matched a career-high 100 points…Worked well with new P Kyle
Richardson to average 40.8 yards per punt and a net of 34.0 avg.…Added        • Great-grandfather, Victor Hunt,
1 special teams tackle…Missed the final five regular season games with a        was on the coaching staff of
back injury, and was placed on Injured-Reserve on Nov. 28.                      SMU’s 1935 team that won the
                                                                                Knute Rockne Trophy, emblemat-
2004: Appeared in all 16 regular season games as the long snapper for           ic of the national championship.
field goal, PAT and punting situations…Added 1 special teams tackle vs.
Baltimore on Sept. 12…Worked with K Phil Dawson to bring consistency to the kicking game as Dawson estab-
lished a career-high 24 FG and matched a career-high 100 points…Helped Dawson to establish a franchise high
27-consecutive FG streak…Also worked with first-year punter Derrick Frost to average 40.0 yards per punt with a
net of 35.4 avg.
2003: Solidified the long snapping position for the Browns as a fifth round selection out of Rice…Appeared in
all 16 regular season games as the long snapper for field goal, PAT and punt units…Added 5 special teams tack-
les…Made his NFL debut vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, with 1 special teams tackle…Added 1 special teams tackle
at San Francisco on Sept. 21, vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, and 2 special teams tackles vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21.
COLLEGE: Important special teams contributor as the Owls’ deep snapper…In 2000, played in 11 games on spe-
cial teams…Credited with 5 tackles on the season…In 1999, played in all 11 games on special teams, and had
coverage tackles vs. Houston, Tulsa and Fresno State…Redshirted in 1998.
PERSONAL: Attended W.P. Clements High School in Sugar Land, Texas...Three-year letterman and starter...First-
team all-district 20-5A selection as a senior after receiving honorable mention as a junior...Offensive Lineman-of-
the-Year for the Rangers and team co-captain...Two-year member of the academic all-district team...Three-year
member of the National Honor Society and four-time winner of Clements’ academic excellence award...Also com-
peted in track & field...Great-grandfather, Victor Hurt, was on the coaching staff of SMU’s 1935 team that won the
Knute Rockne Trophy, emblematic of the national championship…Full Name: Ryan David Pontbriand (pownt-
bree-AWND)…Born Oct. 1, 1979, in Houston…Active in the Cleveland community with support to various chari-
table endeavors including building a home for Habitat For Humanity program, the Thanksgiving Turkey
Giveaway program, Shoes and Coats for Kids and the Muscular Dystrophy 2006 Muscle Team Event…Married
the former Nicole Magliaro…Received his bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Rice.


                        DB BRODNEY POOL 21
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: MAY 24, 1984
                        YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                              ACQUIRED: D(2) – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-2                                   COLLEGE: OKLAHOMA
                        WEIGHT: 208
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (13/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 13 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 34th overall, in the 2005 NFL Draft.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Recorded his first career interception late in the 4th quarter on a Steve McNair pass to
secure a 20-14 win vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6, 2005.

                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: In his first season with the Browns appeared in 13 games and totaled 25 tackles, 17 solo, 1 sack for 5 yards,
1 interception for 1 yard and 7 PBU…Contributed on defense in the dime defensive package…Also was a key con-

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                 tributor on special teams with 10 tackles…Recorded his first career inter-
                 ception late in the 4th quarter on a Steve McNair pass to secure a 20-14             FUN FACTS
                 win vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6…Had a season-high 6 tackles, including 3 • Mother, Rose, is the assistant track
                 solo, at Houston on Oct. 30…Listed as inactive for three games due to an     coach at the University of Texas.
                 ankle injury…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Made his NFL debut by playing • Very active in the Cleveland com-
                 safety in the dime defense and had 1 solo tackle…Also played on special      munity with appearances with
                 teams with 1 tackle…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Played safety in the dime      the Cleveland Clinic Children’s
                 defensive package with 2 tackles, including 1 solo…Also played on spe-       Hospital, the Cleveland Foodbank
                 cial teams with 1 tackle…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Played safety in the   and helped renovate Bump Taylor
                 dime package with 1 tackle…Also played on special teams…Game 4 vs.           field as part of the NFL Grass-
                 Chicago 10/9: Played safety in the dime defensive package with 1 solo        roots Field Renovation.
                 tackle, 1 sack for 5 yards and 1 PBU…In the 2nd quarter, recorded his first
                 NFL sack with a 5-yard sack of Bears QB Kyle Orton to force a 4th and 11 punting situation…Also played on spe-
                 cial teams with 1 tackle…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Played safety in the dime defensive package with 1 solo
                 tackle…Also played on special teams with 1 tackle…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Played safety in the dime defen-
                 sive package with 1 solo tackle and 1 PBU…Also played on special teams…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Played
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                 safety in the dime defensive package with a career-high 6 tackles, including 3 solo, and 1 QB pressure…Also
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                 played on special teams with 2 tackles…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Played safety in the dime defensive pack-
                 age with 2 solo tackles, 1 interception and 2 PBU…Recorded his first career interception on the final play of the
                 game as he secured the win with an interception at the 2-yard line on a pass from Titans QB Steve McNair…
                 Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Played safety in the dime defensive package with 1
                 solo tackle and 1 PBU…Also played on special teams with 1 tackle…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Inactive
                 (ankle)…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Inactive (ankle)…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Inactive (ankle)…Game
                 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Played safety in the dime defensive package with 1 solo tackle and 1 PBU…Also played
                 on special teams with 1 tackle… Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Played safety in the dime defensive package with 2
                 tackles, including 1 solo, and 1 PBU…Also played on special teams with 1 tackle…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24:
                 Played safety in the dime defense with 1 solo tackle…Also played on special teams with 2 recovered fumbles…
                 Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Played safety in the dime defense with 5 tackles, including 3 solo, and 1 QB pres-
                 sure…Also played on special teams.
                 COLLEGE: Two-year starter at Oklahoma who totaled 171 tackles, including 113 solo, 9 interceptions, 15 TFL, 2
                 sacks for 14 yards, 15 PBU, 2 forced fumbles and 1 recovered fumble during his collegiate career…Two-year
                 starter at free safety appeared in 39 career games, including 25 starts…Leader of the Sooners’ secondary and
                 ranked 11th in the nation in 2003 with 7 interceptions and had a career-high 92 tackles in 2004…In 2004, as a jun-
                 ior, named Associated Press All-Big Twelve Conference first-team choice, adding second-team honors from the
                 league’s coaches…Started every game at free safety and led the team with a career-high 92 tackles, including 65
                 solo, 9 PBU, 5 TFL, 2 interceptions for 42 yards, 1 recovered fumble and 1 blocked kick…Closed out his career
                 with 7 tackles, 6 solo, and 1 TFL facing Southern California in the Orange Bowl…In 2003, moved into the starting
                 spot at free safety as a sophomore and started all 12 games and recorded 68 tackles, including 41 solo, 2 sacks
                 for 14 yards, 9 TFL, 6 PBU, 1 forced fumble and 1 blocked kick…Ranked 11th in the nation with 7 interceptions
                 for 79 yards, and also ranked fourth in school history…Against Louisiana State in the Sugar Bowl, totaled 10 tack-
                 les, 9 solo, with a 3-yard sack and returned an interception 49 yards to set up a TD drive…In 2002, as a freshman
                 played in 12 games and finished with 11 tackles, including 7 solo, and 1 TFL…Played mainly on special teams…
                 Made 3 tackles vs. Tulsa in his collegiate debut and had another 3 tackles and 1 TFL vs. Baylor…Posted a season-
                 high 4 tackles vs. Texas-El Paso.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Westbury (Houston, Texas) High School and ranked among the top defensive backs in the
                 country…Played free safety and running back… Had a solid senior season with 75 tackles and 11 interceptions…
                 Made 114 tackles and 4 interceptions his junior year…Rushed for 159 yards on 40 attempts and 2 TDs and caught
                 3 passes for 112 yards and 2 TDs as a senior…Also lettered in track...Born May 24, 1984 in Houston, Texas… Father,
                 Robert, played football at Texas A&I…Mother, Rose Brimmer, is the Westbury High School athletics director.

                                                     POOL’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 6 at Houston 10/30/05
                 SACKS: 1 vs. Chicago 10/9/05
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
                 INTERCEPTION RETURN YARDS: 1 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
                 PASSES BROKEN UP: 2 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05

                 POOL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES         QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2005 Cleveland 13 0     25 17       8   0 1.0 5.0  2 1    1   1 0 7 0 0 0      10
                 NFL   TOTALS    13 0    25 17       8   0 1.0 5.0  2 1    1   1 0 7 0 0 0      10




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                        WR BRANDON RIDEAU 11
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: OCT. 18, 1982
                        YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-3                                  COLLEGE: KANSAS
                        WEIGHT: 200
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (0/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by
Cleveland on May 3, 2005…Waived by Cleveland on Sept. 3, 2005…                       FUN FACTS
Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 4, 2005…Signed by          • Very active in the Cleveland com-
Cleveland to the active roster on Oct. 25, 2005.                                munity with apperances with the
                                                                                Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospi-
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2005: Joined the Browns as an undrafted rookie free agent out of




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                                                                                Field as part of the NFL Grass-
Kansas…Made an impression during training camp and earned a position            roots Renovation.
on the club’s practice squad…Spent the first seven weeks on the practice
squad before being signed to the 53-man active roster on Oct. 25…Listed as inactive for the final nine regular
season contests.
COLLEGE: Finished collegiate career at Kansas only two receptions shy of the school record, as he totaled 131
catches for 1,636 yards (12.5 avg.) and 14 TDs in 43 career games…In 2004, named honorable mention All-Big 12
wide receiver as he led Kansas with 51 receptions for 597 yards and 7 TDs…Named Big 12 Special Teams Player-
of-the-Week after blocking a pair of punts vs. Tulsa on Sept. 4…Participated in Hula Bowl…In 2003, started all 13
games at wide receiver and ranked second on the team with 51 receptions and was third on the club with 677
yards receiving…His 6 TD receptions tied for the most ever by a Kansas junior…Averaged 13.5 yards per recep-
tion…As a sophomore in 2002, was the Jayhawks’ fourth-leading receiver with 27 receptions for 307 yards (11.6
avg.)…Appeared in all 12 games with 10 starts…Had 5 receptions for a career-high 93 yards at Tulsa on Sept. 28,
and matched the effort with 5 receptions vs. Baylor…Hauled in a season-long 39-yard reception at UNLV on
Sept. 7…Ranked sixth on the team in all-purpose yards with a 25.6 avg.…In 2001, was one of only four freshmen
to see playing time…Appeared in seven games and had 2 receptions for 55 yards, including a 46-yard TD recep-
tion against Wyoming in the regular season finale.
PERSONAL: Born Oct. 18, 1982 in Beaumont, Texas…Human development and family life major…Played QB
throughout his high school career at Ozen High School (Texas)…Switched to WR as a senior and had 39 recep-
tions for 800 yards…First-team all-district selection…Played basketball for four years, including a 36-0 mark and
winning the Texas 4A state championship as a senior…Also lettered in track as a standout member of the 400-
meter relay team.


                        DL ORPHEUS ROYE 99
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 7TH                    BIRTHDATE: JAN. 21, 1973
                        YEAR IN NFL: 11TH                      ACQUIRED: UFA (PIT.) – ’00
                        HEIGHT: 6-4                            COLLEGE: FLORIDA STATE
                        WEIGHT: 315
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1      3/1
                                               996 (1 , 2/0); 1997 (16/0, 2/0); 1998 (16/9); 1      6/1
                                                                                              999 (1 6);
                               6/1     1 2/1           6/1 /1);
                        2000 (1 6); 200 (1 0); 2002 (1 6,1 2003 (1                                  6/1
                                                                       6/15); 2004 (15/14); 2005 (1 6).
                        CAREER GAMES: 152 games, 1 starts.
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                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 5 games, 1 start.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally selected by Pittsburgh in the sixth
round of the 1996 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as an unrestricted free              FUN FACTS
agent on Feb. 12, 2000…Signed by Cleveland to a three-year contract           • Signed by Cleveland to a three-
extension on March 1, 2006.                                                     year contract extension through
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: In ten NFL seasons, has appeared in 152 career               the 2009 season.
games, including 113 starts with 520 tackles, 17 sacks, 2 interceptions, 36   • Five of his top nine games statis-
PBU, 4 recovered fumbles and 4 forced fumbles…Set a career-high and             tically have come against his for-
ranked fourth on the team with 95 tackles, including 59 solo, in 2005 for       mer team, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
the Browns and led the team with 12 QB pressures, ranked third on the
squad with 3 sacks.                                                           • Attended Jones Community (Miss.)
                                                                                College before transferring to
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                              Florida State.

2005: In his seventh season with the Browns, started all 16 regular season games at defensive end and finished
fourth on the team with a career-high 95 tackles, ranked third with 3 sacks for 10 yards and led the team with 12
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                 QB pressures…Also added 2 PBU, 1 forced fumble and 1 recovered fumble…Recorded 6 or more tackles in 12
                 games…Had a season-high 9 tackles vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13 and vs. Jacksonville on
                 Dec. 4…Blocked a FG attempt at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, which was recovered by Leigh Bodden and returned it 59
                 yards for a TD…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started at LDE and 7 tackles, including 4 solo…Game 2 at Green Bay
                 9/18: Started at LDE and added 8 tackles, including 4 solo, 1 sack for 6 yards, 1 forced fumble and 1 QB pres-
                 sure…Part of a defensive effort that limited Packers RB Ahman Green to 54 yards rushing and forced two
                 turnovers…In the 2nd quarter sacked Packers QB Brett Favre for a six-yard loss at the Cleveland 42-yard line to
                 push Green Bay out of FG range and force a 4th and 10 punting situation…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started
                 at LDE and totaled 6 tackles, including 5 solo…Made his 100th career NFL start…Part of a defensive effort that
                 limited a potent Colts offense to 339 yards of offense and only one TD…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Started at LDE
                 with 6 tackles, 4 solo, and 1 QB pressure…Part of a defensive effort that limited the Bears to 266 yards of offense,
                 including only 90 net yards passing, recorded four sacks and forced three turnovers…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16:
                 Started at LDE and totaled 7 tackles, including 5 solo and 1 QB pressure…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started at
                 LDE and totaled 9 tackles, including 5 solo, 1 TFL and 1 recovered fumble…In the 3rd quarter recovered a fum-
                 ble by Lions WR Mike Williams, which was stripped by LB Matt Stewart, at the Detroit 48-yard line…Game 7 at
                 Houston 10/30: Started at LDE and totaled 6 tackles, including 4 solo, and 1 QB pressure…Part of a defensive
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                 effort that limited Houston to only 237 yards of offense, including 120 net passing yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee
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                 11/6: Started at LDE and added 6 tackles, including 4 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started at
                 LDE and tied for the team lead with 9 tackles, including 5 solo, 2 QB pressures and 1 blocked FG…In the 4th quar-
                 ter, blocked a 44-yard FG attempt by Steelers K Jeff Reed, which Leigh Bodden picked up at the Cleveland 41-
                 yard line and returned 59-yards for a TD…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started at LDE and added 1 solo tackle…Part
                 of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team's first shutout since Nov. 21, 2001, and limited Miami
                 to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started at LDE with 1
                 tackle, 1 sack for 1 yard, 1 QB pressure and 2 PBU…Added a sack in the 3rd quarter with a 1-yard sack of Vikings’
                 QB Brad Johnson…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started at LDE and had 9 tackles, 5 solo, and 1 TFL…Part of
                 a defensive effort that limited the Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only 102 net yards passing…
                 Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started at LDE and totaled 8 tackles, including 7 solo, and 1 QB pressure…Game
                 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at LDE and added 1 solo tackle…Part of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to
                 256 net yards of offense, including only 113 net passing yards, recorded three sacks and forced one intercep-
                 tion…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started at LDE and totaled 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 16
                 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at LDE and added 7 tackles, including 3 solo, 1 sack for 3 yards, and 3 QB pressures…
                 Recorded his third sack of the year in the 3rd quarter with a 3-yard sack of Ravens QB Kyle Boller to force a 4th
                 and 7 situation.
                 2004: Dependable, durable lineman played in 15 games, including 14 starts at right defensive tackle, and
                 totaled 55 tackles, including 25 solo, 2 TFL, 1 sack for 10 yards, 12 QB pressures and 5 PBU…Ranked first among
                 defensive linemen with 5 PBU and ranked third along the defensive line with 55 tackles…Had a season-high 8
                 tackles at Dallas on Sept. 19…Recorded 1 sack for 10 yards vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17…Listed as inactive vs. San
                 Diego on Dec. 19, due to an ankle injury, which snapped a streak of playing in 45 consecutive games dating back
                 to the start of the 2002 season…In the regular season opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, started at RDT and
                 totaled 4 tackles and 1 QB pressure…Started at Dallas on Sept. 19, and tied for second on the club with 8 tack-
                 les and 1 PBU…Started and recorded 3 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 PBU at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26, and started vs.
                 Washington on Oct. 3, with 2 tackles and 2 QB pressures…Started at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10, with 6 tackles and
                 3 QB pressures, and started vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, with 2 tackles, 1 sack for 10 yards and 1 QB pressure…Had
                 4 tackles vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, and started at RDT at Baltimore on Nov. 7, with 3 tackles…Started vs.
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, with 2 solo tackles, and started vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21, with 6 tackles, and a blocked
                 43-yard FG attempt by Jets K Doug O’Brien…Started at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, with 1 solo tackle and 1 QB pres-
                 sure, and started vs. New England on Dec. 5, with 3 tackles and 1 TFL…Started at Buffalo on Dec. 12, with 3
                 tackles…Inactive (ankle) vs. San Diego on Dec. 19…Returned and started at RDT at Miami on Dec. 26, with 4
                 tackles, 2 QB pressures and 2 PBU…In the regular season finale at Houston on Jan. 2, started and had 3 tack-
                 les, 1 PBU and 1 QB pressure.
                 2003: In his fourth season with the Browns appeared in all 16 regular season games, including 15 starts at RDT,
                 and totaled 85 tackles, including 36 solo, 1.5 sacks for 5 yards, 10 PBU, 1 recovered fumble, 6 TFL and 28 QB pres-
                 sures…Led Browns defensive linemen with 85 tackles and ranked fifth overall…His 85 tackles and 10 PBU marked
                 career-highs…His 28 QB pressures were tied for second on the club…Established a career-high 12 tackles vs. St.
                 Louis on Monday Night Football on Dec. 8…In the season opener vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7, recorded 4 tackles,
                 2 QB pressures and 1 PBU…Added 5 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 QB pressure and 1 recovered fumble at Baltimore on
                 Sept. 14…Had 3 tackles at San Francisco on Sept. 21, and 5 tackles, 1 TFL and 2 PBU vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 28…
                 Recorded 2 tackles, 2 QB pressures and 2 PBU at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5, and 4 tackles and 3 QB pressures vs.
                 Oakland on Oct. 12…Had 4 tackles vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, and 7 tackles, 1 TFL and 3 QB pressures at New
                 England on Oct. 26…Added 6 tackles and 2 PBU at Kansas City on Nov. 9, and 2 tackles, 2 QB pressures and 1
                 PBU vs. Arizona on Nov. 16…Recorded 6 tackles, 2 QB pressures and 2 QB hits vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23…Did
                 not get the start at Seattle on Nov. 30, as the Browns opened in the nickel defensive package and finished with
                 3 tackles and 1 TFL…Had a career day as he established a career-high 12 tackles, 1 sack for 1 yard, 1 TFL, 3 QB
                 pressures and 2 PBU vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8, on Monday Night Football…Added 7 tackles and 3 QB pressures at
                 Denver on Dec. 14, and tied for team lead with 10 tackles, 1 TFL and 2 QB pressures vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21…In

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the regular season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, had 5 tackles, 5 QB pressures and shared a sack with DE Kenard
Lang for 4 yards.
2002: Started all 16 regular season games at RDT and totaled 76 tackles, including 50 solo, 8 TFL, 37 QB
pressures and 9 hits…His 76 tackles were the most by a Browns defensive lineman and ranked fifth overall on
the club…Led the team with 8 TFL, 37 QB pressures and tied for second with 9 hits…Established a season-high
with 11 tackles at Pittsburgh on Sept. 29, and matched it against his former teammates vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3…
In the regular season opener vs. Kansas City on Sept. 8, started at RDT with 1 solo tackle and 1 QB pressure…
Started at RDT with 3 tackles and 5 QB pressures vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, and followed with 5 solo tackles and
1 QB pressure at Tennessee on Sept. 22…Started at RDT and had a season-high 11 tackles at Pittsburgh on Sept.
29, along with 2 TFL, 2 hits and 1 QB pressure…Started and recorded 4 solo tackles and 1 forced fumble vs.
Baltimore on Oct. 6…Started at RDT with 6 tackles, 1 TFL and 2 QB pressures at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13, and fol-
lowed with 2 solo tackles, 3 QB pressures and 1 PBU vs. Houston on Oct. 20…Started at RDT with 4 tackles,
including 2 solo, and 2 QB pressures at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, and followed with an 11 tackle, 8 solo, 3 TFL, 4 QB
pressures and 1 PBU performance vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 3…Following the bye week, started at Cincinnati on
Nov. 17, with 4 tackles and 1 QB pressure…Played in his 100th career NFL game at New Orleans on Nov. 24, and
started at RDT with 7 tackles, including 6 solo, 7 QB pressures, 1 hit, 1 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Started at RDT




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vs. Carolina on Dec. 1, with 4 tackles and 2 QB pressures and followed with 4 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 QB pressure and




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1 hit at Jacksonville on Dec. 8…Started at RDT vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 15, with 5 solo tackles, 1 TFL, 3 QB pres-
sures and 1 hit and followed with 3 tackles, 0.5 sack for 3 yards, 3 QB pressures and 1 PBU at Baltimore on Dec.
22…In the regular season finale vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, started at RDT with 2 tackles, 1 QB pressure and 2 hits as
the Browns clinched a playoff berth with a 24-16 win over the Falcons…In the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh
on Jan. 5, started at RDT with 6 tackles, 5 solo, 1 TFL, 1 sack for 10 yards and 1 QB hit.
2001: In his second season with the Browns, started in 10 of 12 contests at DE and totaled 34 tackles, 23 solos,
12 QB pressures, 5 PBU and 1 interception…Moved over from DT to DE position with injuries to Courtney Brown
and Keith McKenzie, and had five starts at RDE and five at LDE…Added a safety by tackling Steelers RB Jerome
Bettis in the end zone for a safety on Nov. 11…Started at LDE vs. Seattle on Sept. 9, with 3 tackles and vs. Detroit
on Sept. 23, with 3 tackles…Started at LDE and had an interception at Jacksonville on Sept. 30, in the 1st quar-
ter on a pass from Jaguars QB Mark Brunell…Started at LDE and added 2 tackles vs. San Diego on Oct. 7…Played
DE at Cincinnati on Oct. 14, with 2 tackles…Started at RDE and had a season-high 6 tackles, 1 PBU and 1 QB pres-
sure vs. Baltimore on Oct. 21…Started at RDE at Chicago on Nov. 4, with 2 tackles and 2 PBU…Started at RDE vs.
Pittsburgh on Nov. 11, with 5 tackles, 1 safety and 1 PBU…Started at RDE and recorded 5 tackles, 1 TFL and 2 QB
pressures at Baltimore on Nov. 18…Started at LDE vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 25, and at RDE vs. Tennessee on Dec.
2, with 4 tackles…Suffered a left knee injury late in the 4th quarter at New England on Dec. 9, and was placed on
Injured-Reserve on Dec. 12, forcing him to miss the final four regular-season games.
2000: In his first season with Cleveland, started 16 games at LDT and recorded 69 tackles, 43 solos, 2 sacks for
8.5 yards, 4 PBU and 1 recovered fumble…Also recorded season-highs with 9 tackles in both contests against his
former team, Pittsburgh, on Sept. 17, in Cleveland and on Oct. 22, at Pittsburgh…Blocked a 42-yard FG attempt
at Cincinnati on Sept. 10, in a 24-7 win over the Bengals…Recorded sacks vs. Jacksonville on Sept. 3, 0.5 sack vs.
Cincinnati on Oct. 29, and 0.5 sack vs. Philadelphia on Dec. 10…Added 1 fumble recovery vs. New England on
Nov. 12.
1999: Marked the first time in his NFL career he started in all 16 regular-season games with Pittsburgh…He had
57 tackles, including 45 solos…Also added 4.5 sacks for 42.5 yards, 1 interception, 6 PBU, 10 QB pressures and
14 TFL…Collected 1 interception and 1 recovered fumble…Ranked fourth on the team with 4.5 sacks…Started
the first three regular-season games at RDE and the final 13 at LDE…Added 6 solo tackles at San Francisco on
Nov. 7…Had 2 sacks vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 28.
1998: Finished the season with 42 tackles, including 32 solo stops…Also registered 3.5 sacks, which tied Nolan
Harrison and Carlos Emmons for the third most on the team, and 1 PBU…Was credited with 8 special teams
tackles…Played in all 16 games, and started nine contests, including seven consecutive starts vs. Baltimore on
Oct. 18—at Tennessee Nov. 15…Made his second career start at LDE for the injured Nolan Harrison at Miami on
Sept. 20, and had a strong game, registering 7 total tackles, 6 solos…Made his second consecutive start at
LDE vs. Seattle on Sept. 27, and finished the game with 3 total tackles and 1 special teams tackle…Started his third
consecutive game at LDE at Cincinnati on Oct. 11, registering 2 tackles and 1 sack for 2 yards…Added 7 tackles vs.
Tennessee on Nov. 1…Registered a sack for 4 yards at Tennessee on Nov. 15…Had a key play on special teams at
Detroit on Nov. 26, with a forced fumble on the opening kickoff of the second half, which was recovered by the
Steelers…Registered 1 sack for a 10-yard loss against New England on Dec. 6… In the season finale, started for
the injured Nolan Harrison at LDE at Jacksonville on Dec. 28, and registered 6 solo tackles, and 1 sack for 14 yards.
1997: Played in all 16 regular season games and both postseason contests…Finished the season with 4 tackles,
3 solos…Had 1 sack for 13 yards and 1 forced fumble…Also had 17 special teams tackles…Accumulated most
significant playing time of the season against Cincinnati on Nov. 16, registered 2 tackles, 1 sack and forced the
first fumble of his career against Jeff Blake…Had 1 special teams tackle in the postseason.
1996: Played 13 games and emerged as team’s top wedge buster…Played in Games 1 and 2…Was inactive
for Games 3-5…Lined up on kickoff team for Games 6-14…Recorded his first NFL tackle vs. St. Louis Rams on
Nov. 3…Suffered concussion at Cincinnati on Nov. 10…Added 1 tackle vs. San Francisco on Dec. 1, and at

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                 Carolina on Dec. 22…Played postseason games vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 29, and at New England on Jan. 5, 1997,
                 with a season-high 3 tackles, 2 solos, and 1 sack.
                 COLLEGE: At Florida State was slowed by ankle and rib injuries for most of senior season, but did come on
                 toward end of year to finish with 45 tackles and 2 sacks…Lined up at defensive tackle…Played every game and
                 started final six contests as junior at DT…Recorded 35 tackles…Rejoined team after originally signing with
                 Seminoles in 1992…Attended Jones Community (Miss.) College…Named JC All-America, registering 76 tackles
                 and 12 sacks…Also earned all-region and all-state honors…Played eight games as a freshman and made 46 stops…
                 Criminal justice major.
                 PERSONAL: Single…Lives in Carrol City, Fla…Was an all-conference and all-county selection for Miami Springs
                 High School…Full name: Orpheus Michael Roye…Has supported Browns community programs, including
                 Habitat For Humanity and the Taste of the NFL to benefit the Cleveland Foodbank.

                                                     ROYE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 12 vs. St. Louis 12/8/03
                 SACKS: 2 vs. Cincinnati 11/28/99
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                 FUMBLE RECOVERIES: 1 vs. Cleveland 11/14/99; vs. New England 11/12/00; at Baltimore 9/14/03; vs. Detroit 10/23/05
Veterans




                 FORCED FUMBLES: 1 vs. Cincinnati 11/16/97; vs. Baltimore 10/6/02; at New Orleans 11/24/02; at Green Bay 9/18/05
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 twice: latest at Jacksonville 9/30/01
                 SAFETY: 1 vs. Pittsburgh 11/11/01
                 BLOCKED FG: 1 at Cincinnati 9/10/00; vs. N.Y. Jets 11/21/04; at Pittsburgh 11/13/05

                 ROYE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES                     QB     INTERCEPTIONS        FUMBLES    SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS                PRE NO YDS LG TD         PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 1996 Pittsburgh 13 1      3   1      2  - 0.0 0.0               0  0    0    0 0        0 0 0 0        -
                 1997 Pittsburgh 16 0      4   3      1  - 1.0 13.0              0  0    0    0 0        0 1 0 0       17
                 1998 Pittsburgh 16 9     42 34       8  - 3.5 27.0              0  0    0    0 0        0 0 0 0        8
                 1999 Pittsburgh 16 16 57 45         12 14 4.5 42.5              0  1    2    2 0        6 0 1 0        -
                 2000 Cleveland 16 16 69 43          26 - 2.0 8.5                9  0    0    0 0        4 0 1 8        -
                 2001 Cleveland 12 10 34 28           6  - 0.0 0.0              12  1    0    0 0        5 0 0 0        -
                 2002 Cleveland 16 16 76 58          18 8 0.5 3.0               37  0    0    0 0        4 2 0 0        -
                 2003 Cleveland 16 15 85 42          43 6 1.5 5.0               28  0    0    0 0       10 0 1 0        -
                 2004 Cleveland 15 14 55 27          28 2 1.0 10.0              12  0    0    0 0        5 0 0 0        -
                 2005 Cleveland 16 16 95 63          32 4 3.0 10.0              12  0    0    0 0        2 1 1 0        -
                 NFL TOTALS      152 113 520 344 176 34 17.0 119.0             110 2     2   2 0        36 4 4 8       25

                 ROYE’S CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                               TACKLES           QB    INTERCEPTIONS                       FUMBLES    SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD                        PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 1996 Pittsburgh 2 0     4   2    2   0 1.0 0.0   0  0    0    0 0                       0 0 0 0       2
                 1997 Pittsburgh 2 0     0   0    0   0 0.0 0.0   0  0    0    0 0                       0 0 0 0       1
                 2002 Cleveland 1 1      6   5    1   0 1.0 10.0 0   0    0    0 0                       0 0 0 0       0
                 NFL TOTALS      5 1    10   7    3   0 2.0 10.0 0   0    0   0 0                        0 0 0 0       3

                 ROYE’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                        TACKLES          SACKS                   INT’S               FUMBLES               QB
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL  SOLO   ASST.   NO/YDS                  NO/YDS       PBU     REC/FOR        TFL   PRESS
                 9/11     Cin.      7      4      3        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      0
                 9/18     @ G.B.    8      4      4        1/6                    0/0         0         0/1          0      1
                 9/25     @ Ind.    6      5      1        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      0
                 10/9     Chi.      6      4      2        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      1
                 10/16    @ Balt.   7      5      2        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      1
                 10/23    Det.      9      5      3        0/0                    0/0         0         1/0          1      0
                 10/30    @ Hou. 6         4      2        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      1
                 11/6     Tenn.     6      4      1        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          1      0
                 11/13    @ Pitt.   9      5      4        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      2
                 11/20    Mia.      1      1      0        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      0
                 11/27    @ Minn. 1        0      1        1/1                    0/0         2         0/0          0      1
                 12/4     Jack.     9      5      3        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          1      0
                 12/11    @ Cin.    8      7      1        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      1
                 12/18    @ Oak.    1      1      0        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          0      0
                 12/24    Pitt.     4      2      1        0/0                    0/0         0         0/0          1      0
                 1/1      Balt.     7      3      4        1/3                    0/0         0         0/0          0      3
                 TOTALS   16 GM 95        59     32       3/10                    0/0         2        1/1           4     12

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ROYE’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                          TACKLES         SACKS    INT’S         FUMBLES          QB
DATE     OPP     TOTAL     SOLO     ASST NO/YDS   NO/YDS   PBU   REC/FOR   TFL   PRESS
9/12     Balt.     4          1       3     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      1
9/19     @ Dal.    8          4       4     0/0     0/0     1       0/0     0      0
9/26     @ NYG 3              0       2     0/0     0/0     1       0/0     1      0
10/3     Wash.     2          2       0     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      2
10/10    @ Pitt.   6          3       3     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      3
10/17    Cin.      2          0       2    1/10     0/0     0       0/0     0      1
10/24    Phil.     4          3       1     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      1
11/7     @ Balt.   3          2       1     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      0
11/14    Pitt.     2          2       0     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      0
11/21    N.Y.J     6          3       3     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      0
11/28    @ Cin.    1          1       0     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      1
12/5     N.E.      3          1       1     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     1      0
12/12    @ Buff. 3            1       2     0/0     0/0     0       0/0     0      0




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12/19    S.D.      Inactive (ankle)
12/26    @ Mia.    4          1       3     0/0    0/0      2      0/0     0       2




                                                                                               Veterans
1/2      @ Hou. 3             1       2     0/0    0/0      1      0/0     0       1
TOTALS   15 GM 55            25      28    1/10    0/0      5      0/0     2      12
ROYE’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                       TACKLES          SACKS      INT’S         FUMBLES          QB
DATE     OPP     TOTAL  SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS     NO/YDS   PBU   REC/FOR   TFL   PRESS
9/7      Ind.      4      3      1        0/0       0/0      1      0/0     0      2
9/14     @ Balt.   5      3      1        0/0       0/0      0      1/0     1      1
9/21     @ S.F.    3      0      3        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     0      0
9/28     Cin.      5      1      3        0/0       0/0      2      0/0     1      0
10/5     @ Pitt.   2      0      2        0/0       0/0      2      0/0     0      2
10/12    Oak.      4      2      2        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     0      3
10/19    S.D.      4      4      0        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     0      0
10/26    @ N.E.    7      3      3        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     1      3
11/9     @ K.C.    6      4      2        0/0       0/0      2      0/0     0      0
11/16    Ariz.     2      0      2        0/0       0/0      1      0/0     0      2
11/23    Pitt.     6      3      3        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     0      2
11/30    @ Sea.    3      1      1        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     1      0
12/8     St. L.   12      7      4        1/1       0/0      2      0/0     1      3
12/14    @ Den.    7      1      6        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     0      3
12/21    Balt.    10      2      7        0/0       0/0      0      0/0     1      2
12/28    @ Cin.    5      2      3       0.5/4      0/0      0      0/0     0      5
TOTALS   16 GM 85        36     43       1.5/5      0/0     10     1/0      6     28
ROYE’S 2002 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                       TACKLES          SACKS      INT’S         FUMBLES          QB
DATE     OPP     TOTAL  SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS     NO/YDS   PBU   REC/FOR   TFL   PRESS
9/8      K.C.      1      1      0        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      1
9/15     Cin.      3      2      1        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      5
9/22     @ Ten.    5      5      0        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      1
9/29     @ Pitt.  11      7      4        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     2      1
10/6     Balt.     4      4      0        0/0       0/0     0       0/1     0      0
10/13    @ T.B.    6      5      1        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     1      2
10/20    Hou.      2      2      0        0/0       0/0     1       0/0     0      3
10/27    @ NYJ     4      2      2        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      2
11/3     Pitt.    11      8      3        0/0       0/0     1       0/0     3      4
11/17    @ Cin.    4      2      2        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      1
11/24    @ N.O.    7      6      1        0/0       0/0     1       0/1     0      7
12/1     Car.      4      3      1        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      2
12/8     @ Jack. 4        3      1        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     1      1
12/15    Ind.      5      5      0        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     1      3
12/22    @ Balt.   3      2      1       0.5/3      0/0     1       0/0     0      3
12/29    Atl.      2      1      1        0/0       0/0     0       0/0     0      1
TOTALS   16 GM 76        58     18       0.5/3      0/0     4      0/2      8     37

ROYE’S 2002 POSTSEASON GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                       TACKLES        SACKS       INT’S          FUMBLES          QB
DATE     OPP     TOTAL  SOLO   ASST  NO/YDS     NO/YDS     PBU   REC/FOR   TFL   PRESS
1/5      @ Pitt.   6      5     1      1/10        0/0      0       0/0     1      0
TOTALS   1 GM      6      5     1      1/10        0/0      0      0/0      1      0
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                 ROYE’S 2001 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                           TACKLES         SACKS                INT’S               FUMBLES              QB
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL      SOLO    ASST NO/YDS               NO/YDS       PBU     REC/FOR       TFL   PRESS
                 9/9      Sea.      4          4       0    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         1      2
                 9/23     Det.      3          2       1    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 9/30     @ Jack. 0            0       0    0/0                  1/0         0         0/0         0      2
                 10/7     S.D.      2          1       1    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 10/14    @ Cin.    2          2       0    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         1      0
                 10/21    Balt.     6          4       2    0/0                  0/0         1         0/0         0      1
                 11/4     @ Chi.    2          2       0    0/0                  0/0         2         0/0         0      1
                 11/11    Pitt.     5          5       0    0/0                  0/0         1         0/0         2      0
                 11/18    @ Balt.   5          5       0    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         1      2
                 11/25    Cin.      0          0       0    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 12/2     Ten.      4          3       1    0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 12/9     N.E.      1          0       1    0/0                  0/0         1         0/0         0      1
                 12/16    Jack.     IR (Left Knee Sprain)
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                 12/23    @ G.B.    IR (Left Knee Sprain)
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                 12/30    @ Ten.    IR (Left Knee Sprain)
                 1/6      @ Pitt.   IR (Left Knee Sprain)
                 TOTALS   12 GM 34            28       6    0/0                   1/0        5         0/0         5      12
                 ROYE’S 2000 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                        TACKLES          SACKS                  INT’S               FUMBLES              QB
                 DATE     OPP     TOTAL  SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS                 NO/YDS       PBU     REC/FOR       TFL   PRESS
                 9/3      Jack.     7      5      2         1/5                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 9/10     @ Cin.    1      0      1         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 9/17     Pitt.     9      5      4         0/0                  0/0         2         0/0         0      1
                 9/24     @ Oak.    7      4      3         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 10/1     Balt.     5      3      2         0/0                  0/0         1         0/0         0      1
                 10/8     @ Ariz.   4      3      1         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 10/15    @ Den.    5      3      2         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      2
                 10/22    @ Pitt.   9      8      1         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 10/29    Cin.      3      1      2       0.5/2.5                0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 11/5     N.Y.G.    4      3      1         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 11/12    N.E.      5      3      2         0/0                  0/0         0         1/0         0      1
                 11/19    @ Ten.    2      1      1         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 11/26    @ Balt.   2      2      0         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 12/3     @ Jack. 3        2      1         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      1
                 12/10    Phi.      0      0      0        0.5/1                 0/0         1         0/0         0      0
                 12/17    Ten.      3      0      3         0/0                  0/0         0         0/0         0      0
                 TOTALS   16 GM 69        43     26      2.0/8.5                 0/0         4        1/0          0      9

                                        S BRIAN RUSSELL 27
                                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                  BIRTHDATE: FEB. 5, 1978
                                        YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                     ACQUIRED: RFA (MINN.) – ’05
                                        HEIGHT: 6-2                          COLLEGE: SAN DIEGO STATE
                                        WEIGHT: 207
                                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2001 (0/0); 2002 (16/2); 2003 (16/16); 2004 (16/16,
                                        2/2); 2005 (16/16).
                                        CAREER GAMES: 64 games, 50 starts.
                                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 2 games, 2 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Minnesota as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 27, 2001…Waived by
                 Minnesota on Sept. 2, 2001… Signed by Minnesota to the practice squad on Sept. 4, 2001…Signed by Cleveland
                 as a restricted free agent on April 8, 2005.
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Tied for the team lead with 3 interceptions with Cleveland in 2005, including 2 intercep-
                 tions for 50 yards vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, 2006…Four-year veteran has totaled 300 career tackles, 14 intercep-
                 tions and 22 PBU with Minnesota and Cleveland…In 2003 with Minnesota, recorded an interception in six
                 consecutive games to start the season and finished tied for the NFL lead with nine interceptions….Intercepted a
                 Brett Favre pass in the 2004 NFC Wild Card Game at Green Bay on Jan. 9, 2005, and forced a fumble in the NFC
                 Divisional Playoff Game at Philadelphia on Jan. 16, 2005.

                                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: In his first season with the Browns, started at free safety in all 16 regular season games and totaled 78

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tackles, including 35 solo, 3 interceptions for 50 yards, and 4 PBU… Tied
for the team lead with 3 interceptions and ranked eighth on the team with               FUN FACTS
78 tackles…Matched a career-high 2 interceptions in a game vs. Baltimore • High school teammate of DB
on Jan. 1…Had a season-high 10 tackles vs. Detroit on Oct. 23…Game 1              Daylon McCutcheon at Bishop
vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started at FS and recorded 9 tackles, including 3 solo,      Amat in West Covina (Calif.).
and 1 PBU…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Started at FS and totaled 3 solo
tackles…Part of a defensive effort that limited Packers RB Ahman Green          • Wife, Leslie, is a track athlete who
to 54 yards rushing and forced two turnovers…Game 3 at Indianapolis               competed in the 2004 Olympic tri-
9/25: Started at FS and totaled 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 PBU…Part       als final in the javelin.
of a defensive effort that limited a potent Colts offense to 339 yards of • In 2005 participated in an NFL and
offense and only one TD…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Started at FS with 1             NFL Players Association three-
tackle…Part of a defensive effort that limited the Bears to 266 yards of          day executive education program
offense, including only 90 net yards passing, recorded four sacks and             at the Wharton School at the
forced three turnovers…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Started at FS and               University of Pennsylvania.
totaled 6 tackles, 3 solo, and 1 QB pressure…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23:
Started at FS and totaled 10 tackles, including 4 solo…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started at FS and added 1 solo




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yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Started at FS and totaled 3 tackles and 1 PBU…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13:
Started at FS with 5 tackles, including 3 solo, and 1 PBU…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started at FS and totaled 4
tackles, including 1 solo…Part of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team’s first shutout since Nov.
21, 2001, and limited Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game 11 at Minnesota
11/27: Started at FS and totaled 6 tackles, including 3 solo…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Started at FS and had
4 tackles, including 3 solo, and 1 interception…Recorded his first interception of the year in the 2nd quarter on a
pass from Jaguars QB David Garrard intended for WR Jimmy Smith at the Cleveland 41-yard line, and four plays
later QB Charlie Frye connected with WR Braylon Edwards on a 17-yard TD pass to open a 14-3 lead…Part of a
defensive effort that limited the Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only 102 net yards passing…Game
13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started at FS and added 7 tackles, including 2 solo…Part of a defensive secondary that
limited the Bengals to only 93 net yards passing…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at FS and totaled 4 tack-
les, including 2 solo…Part of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to 256 net yards of offense, including only
113 net passing yards, recorded three sacks and forced one interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started
at FS and added 4 tackles, including 3 solo…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at FS and had 7 tackles, includ-
ing 2 solo, and 2 interceptions for 50 yards…Matched a career-high 2 interceptions…Late in the 2nd quarter,
intercepted a pass from Ravens QB Kyle Boller at the Cleveland 5-yard line and returned the interception 37 yards
to the Cleveland 42-yard line, and seven plays later K Phil Dawson converted a 39-yard FG at the end of the half
to cut the deficit to 13-6…Late in the 4th quarter, intercepted Boller at the Cleveland 18-yard line and returned it
13 yards to the Cleveland 31-yard line to secure the 20-16 victory.
2004: Started at free safety for all 16 regular season games and two postseason contests for the Vikings…Ranked
third on the club with a career-high 111 tackles, including 74 solo, 1 interception, 8 PBU, 1 forced fumble, 1 recov-
ered fumble and 3 QB pressures…Also added 5 special teams tackles…Opened the season at free safety vs. Dallas
on Sept. 12, posting 7 tackles and 1 forced fumble…Recovered a fumble at Philadelphia on Sept. 20, on Monday
Night Football, jumping on a Brian Westbrook turnover, along with 7 tackles and 1 PBU…Posted 5 tackles vs.
Chicago on Sept. 26…Added 7 tackles at Houston on Oct. 10…Posted 6 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Tennessee on Oct. 24…
Notched season-high 9 tackles vs. N.Y. Giants on Oct. 31…Had 7 tackles at Indianapolis on Nov. 8 on Monday Night
Football…Tied for team-high with 8 tackles at Green Bay on Nov. 14… Posted 5 tackles vs. Detroit on Nov. 21…
Matched season-high 9 tackles vs. Jacksonville on Nov. 28…Ran a fake punt for four yards at Chicago on Dec. 5,
and recorded 3 solo tackles…Snared first interception of the season off Matt Hasselbeck vs. Seattle on Dec. 12,
and returned the pick 41 yards, added 9 tackles and 3 PBU…Had 9 tackles at Detroit on Dec. 19…Added 5 tackles
and a QB pressure vs. Green Bay on Dec. 24…Started his first career postseason game and intercepted a Brett
Favre pass, along with 3 tackles and 1 PBU in the Vikings’ 31-17 NFC Wild Card Playoff victory at Green Bay on
Jan. 9…Started in the NFC Divisional Playoff loss at Philadelphia on Jan. 16, and recorded 7 tackles, 1 forced fum-
ble and 2 PBU…Totaled 10 tackles, 1 interception and 3 PBU in two playoff games.
2003: In his third season with the Vikings, started all 16 games at free safety and finished fourth on the team with
95 tackles…Started the season with an interception in each of the first six consecutive games and finished the year
tied for the NFL lead with 9 interceptions…Recorded 9 PBU, 1 recovered fumble, 1.5 TFL and 1 sack... Also tied for
fifth on the team with 15 special teams tackles…In the season opener at Green Bay on Sept. 7, intercepted a Brett
Favre pass, posted 5 tackles and added a career-high 4 special teams tackles…Ended the Bears final drive with an
interception off Chris Chandler vs. Chicago on Sept. 14…Had a season-high 10 tackles and recorded an intercep-
tion at Detroit on Sept. 21…Added an interception off Jeff Garcia vs. San Francisco on Sept. 28…Notched his fifth
consecutive game with an interception and added 6 tackles at Atlanta on Oct. 5…Recorded his sixth consecutive
game with an interception and posted 5 tackles vs. Denver on Oct. 19…Registered 9 tackles, 1 PBU and a QB pres-
sure vs. Detroit on Nov. 23…Matched a season-high 10 tackles, including 9 solo, and 1 interception off Marc Bulger
at St. Louis on Nov. 30…Posted a career-high 2 interceptions off Pro Bowler Trent Green vs. Kansas City on Dec.
20, and tied a Vikings’ record with 3 takeaways in one game by posting his 1st career fumble recovery.
2002: Played in all 16 regular season games, including two starts at strong safety, and totaled 16 tackles, 12 solo,
1 interception and 1 PBU…Also added 15 special teams tackles…Made his NFL debut at Chicago on Sept. 8, on

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                 special teams…Added 3 special teams tackles vs. Buffalo on Sept. 15…Saw extensive time in second half at
                 strong safety and recorded 3 tackles at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 20…Made his first NFL start at strong safety vs. Chicago
                 on Oct. 27, and posted his first career interception off Bears QB Henry Burris, and added 1 tackle, 1 QB pressure
                 and 1 PBU…Started at strong safety at Tampa Bay on Nov. 3, and recorded a season-high 6 tackles…Added 3
                 special teams tackles vs. Atlanta on Dec. 1.
                 2001: Joined the Vikings as an undrafted rookie free agent and spent the entire season on the practice squad.
                 COLLEGE: Versatile player who made the transition from quarterback to safety midway through his junior sea-
                 son…In 2000, named All-Mountain West honorable mention defensive back...Played in six games at free safety
                 and five at corner and finished the season fourth on the team with 68 tackles, including 41 solo stops, 5 TFL,
                 1 interception, 3 PBU and 2 recovered fumbles...In 1999, played in eight games and finished with 20 tackles
                 and 2 PBU at strong safety after starting the season at quarterback…Completed 19-of-42 for 215 yards and
                 2 TDs on the year...Made his defensive debut at Utah, contributing 10 tackles, including 4 solo tackles…In
                 1998, named team’s offensive captain...Took over at quarterback in the 1st quarter of the second game of the sea-
                 son at USC because of injury...Finished with 5 rushing TDs on the season, the most for a San Diego State QB
                 since 1981... Made his first start in the third game of the season vs. Arizona...Ran for 51 yards in the Aztecs’ first
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                 for 663 yards, including 2 TDs and an interception and a passer rating of 137.3 in his last three games of the sea-
                 son...Led San Diego State to a Las Vegas Bowl berth vs. North Carolina…In 1997, redshirted after transferring
                 from Penn… In 1996, first freshman to ever start at QB for Penn...Played in 10 games and started two games...
                 Finished 27-of-43 for 320 yards, adding 4 TDs and 4 interceptions...Named Ivy League Rookie-of-the-Week.
                 PERSONAL: Born on Feb. 5, 1978 in West Covina, Calif…Married to wife Leslie...Kinesiology major...Enjoys surf-
                 ing and basketball...Father, Paul, is a football coach at Mt. San Antonio Junior College...Played QB for Bishop
                 Amat High School in West Covina, Calif…Led the school to the 1995 CIF Division I Championship...Del Rey
                 League Champions in 1993, 1994, 1995...Named All-Del Rey League and East-West All Star MVP.

                                                     RUSSELL’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 11 at Green Bay 11/14/04
                 SACKS: 1 at Oakland 11/16/03
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 2 vs. Kansas City 12/20/03; vs. Baltimore 1/1/06
                 PASSES DEFENSED: 3 vs. Seattle 12/12/04

                 RUSSELL’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES                     QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK                YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2002 Minnesota 16 2      16 12       4   - 0.0            0.0  -   1    18 18 0 1 0 0 0       15
                 2003 Minnesota 16 16 95 82          13 - 1.0              0.0  -   9 185 50 0 9 0 1 0         15
                 2004 Minnesota 16 16 111 74         37 - 0.0              0.0  -   1    41 41 0 8 1 1 0        5
                 2005 Cleveland 16 16 78 35          43 - 0.0              0.0  1   3    50 37 0 4 0 0 0        5
                 NFL TOTALS      64 50 300 203 97 - 1.0                    0.0  1 14 294 50 0 22 1 2 0         40

                 RUSSELL’S CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                 TACKLES          QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM       GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2004 Minnesota 2 2      10   4    6   0 0.0 0.0   0 1    0   0 0 3 0 0 0       0
                 NFL TOTALS       2 2    10 4      6   0 0.0 0.0   0 1    0   0 0 3 0 0 0       0

                 RUSSELL’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                        TACKLES                 SACKS                      INT’S                   FUMBLES
                 DATE       OPP     TOTAL     SOLO   ASST      NO/YDS                     NO/YDS         PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
                 9/11       Cin.      9         3      6          0/0                       0/0           1           0/0          0
                 9/18       @ G.B.    3         3      0          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 9/25       @ Ind.    4         2      2          0/0                        0/0          1           0/0          0
                 10/9       Chi.      1         0      1          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 10/16      @ Balt.   6         3      3          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 10/23      Det.     10         4      6          0/0                        0/0          0           0/0          0
                 10/30      @ Hou.    1         1      0          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 11/6       Tenn.     3         0      3          0/0                        0/0          1           0/0          0
                 11/13      @ Pitt.   5         3      2          0/0                       0/0           1           0/0          0
                 11/20      Mia.      4         1      3          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 11/27      @ Minn.   6         3      3          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 12/4       Jack.     4         3      1          0/0                       1/0           0           0/0          0
                 12/11      @ Cin.    7         2      5          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 12/18      @ Oak.    4         2      2          0/0                       0/0           0           0/0          0
                 12/24      Pitt.     4         3      1          0/0                        0/0          0           0/0          0
                 1/1        Balt.     7         2      5          0/0                       2/50          0           0/0          0
                 TOTALS     16 GM    78        35     43         0/0                       3/50           4          0/0           0

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RUSSELL’S CAREER INTERCEPTIONS
NO.        OPPONENT                                 DATE                     QUARTERBACK
  1        Chicago                                  10/27/02                 Henry Burris
  2        at Green Bay                             9/7/03                   Brett Favre
  3        Chicago                                  9/14/03                  Chris Chandler
  4        at Detroit                               9/21/03                  Joey Harrington
  5        San Francisco                            9/28/03                  Jeff Garcia
  6        at Atlanta                               10/5/03                  Doug Johnson
  7        Denver                                   10/19/03                 Steve Beuerlein
  8        at St. Louis                             11/30/03                 Marc Bulger
  9        Kansas City                              12/20/03                 Trent Green
 10        Kansas City                              12/20/03                 Trent Green
 11        Seattle                                  12/12/04                 Matt Hasselbeck
 12        at Green Bay (playoff)                   1/9/2005                 Brett Favre
 13        vs. Jacksonville                         12/4/05                  David Garrard
 14        vs. Baltimore                            1/1/06                   Kyle Boller




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                        OL KEVIN SHAFFER 77
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                  BIRTHDATE: MARCH 2, 1980
                        YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                     ACQUIRED: UFA (ATL.) – ’06
                        HEIGHT: 6-5                          COLLEGE: TULSA
                        WEIGHT: 320
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (6/0, 2/0); 2003 (16/8); 2004 (15/15, 2/2); 2005
                        (16/16).
                        CAREER GAMES: 53 games, 39 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 4 games, 2 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Atlanta in the seventh
round, 244th overall, in the 2002 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland to a                   FUN FACTS
seven-year contract as an unrestricted free agent on March 11, 2006.           • Four-year NFL veteran has started
                                                                                 at left tackle in 39 of the last 40
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               contests.
2005: In his fourth season with the Falcons, started in all 16 regular sea- • Moved into the starting left tackle
son games at left tackle and was part of an offensive unit which paved the      spot with Atlanta in 2003.
way for the NFL’s top rushing (159.1 yards per game) attack for the second • Helped the Falcons rushing offense
consecutive season…Helped the team rush for over 200+ yards on five             lead the league in 2004 and 2005.
occasions…In the opener vs. Philadelphia on Sept. 12, started at left tack-
le and was a key contributor as the line spearheaded a rushing attack that garnered 200 yards rushing on 40 car-
ries (5.0 avg.) and 2 TDs…Started at Buffalo on Sept. 25, as the offensive line paved the way for 236 yards rush-
ing on 36 carries (6.6 avg.) and held the Bills defense without a sack…Started vs. Minnesota on Oct. 2, and part
of an offensive line that finished with 285 yards rushing, the second-highest rushing performance in franchise
history…Started vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 24, and helped rushing attack to 205 rushing yards on 38 carries…Started
vs. Tampa Bay on Nov. 20, and was part of a line that helped the running game gain 150 yards rushing and QB
Michael Vick to pass for 306 yards…Started at Detroit on Nov. 24, as the offensive line contributed to the rush-
ing attack gain 256 rushing yards on 45 carries (5.7 avg.).
2004: Started 15 games at left tackle and was part of an offensive line that ranked first in the NFL with 2,672
yards rushing and averaged 5.1 yards per carry…Part of an offensive line that tied a team record with six 200+
yard rushing games, while leading the league with 22 runs of 20 yards or more…Helped RB Warrick Dunn rush
for 1,106 yards and RB T.J. Duckett 4.9 yard average, which ranked third in the NFL…In the regular season open-
er at San Francisco on Sept. 12, started at left tackle but had to leave the game late in the 4th quarter with a knee
injury…Inactive (knee) vs. St. Louis on Sept. 19…Part of an offensive line that did not allow a sack against a tal-
ented defensive line at Carolina on Oct. 3…Helped team rush for 205 yards (5.3 avg.) while opening holes for RB
T.J. Duckett to score a pair of rushing TDs vs. Tampa Bay on Nov. 14…Played a large role in helping QB Michael
Vick gain 104 yards rushing, the fifth 100-yard game of his career and a new NFL record surpassing Billy Kilmer
for the most 100-yard rushing games by a quarterback at N.Y. Giants on Nov. 21…Paved the way for RB T.J.
Duckett’s franchise records of 4 rushing TDs and 24 points scored vs. Oakland on Dec. 12…Helped open holes for
a 132-yard rushing performance by RB Warrick Dunn and a team total of 204 rushing yards at Seattle on Jan. 2…
In the NFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. St. Louis on Jan. 15, part of a line that set a NFL postseason record with
327 rushing yards…In the NFC Championship Game at Philadelphia on Jan. 23, started at left tackle.
2003: Played in all 16 games, including eight starts in relief of starting LT Bob Whitfield (broken right fibula)…
Played on special teams the first eight consecutive games, before replacing Bob Whitfield in the 3rd quarter vs.
Philadelphia on Nov. 2…Made his first NFL start at left tackle at N.Y. Giants on Nov. 9, and delivered a strong per-
formance as RB Warrick Dunn rushed for 178 yards on 38 carries (5.8 avg.) in a 27-7 win…Had another strong
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                 showing vs. Carolina on Dec. 7, as held DE Mike Rucker without a sack…Also held DE Simeon Rice without a sack
                 at Tampa Bay on Dec. 15, as the Falcons’ rushed for 148 yards.
                 2002: In his rookie season with Atlanta played in six games on special teams…Made his NFL debut in the sea-
                 son opener at Green Bay on Sept 8, on special teams…Inactive for the next ten games…Played in each of the
                 final five regular season games and both postseason contests.
                 COLLEGE: Honorable mention all-WAC choice after grading over 80 percent in all 10 starts at left tackle as a sen-
                 ior…Also named to the National Strength and Conditioning Association All-America Athlete Team…Had a streak
                 of 26 consecutive starts snapped during the 2001 campaign when he was sidelined against New Mexico State in
                 the fourth game with a lower leg infection…Started all 12 games at left tackle as a junior and graded out over 80
                 percent in each game…Started all 11 games as a sophomore…Played in six games as a freshman.
                 PERSONAL: Two-year letter winner at Conestoga Valley (Lancaster, Pa.) High School…First-team All-Conference
                 selection on both offense and defense as a senior after tallying 33 tackles and 3 forced fumbles at defensive tack-
                 le and a solid performance at offensive guard…Did not begin playing football until his junior season…Involved
                 in various community outreach programs in 2004, including the Prison Ministries of Atlanta football camp
                 and Challenge Child & Friends Bowling Tournament…Majored in finance at Tulsa…Born Kevin Carl Shaffer on
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                 March 2, 1980 in Salisbury, Md…Married to wife, Tara, and the couple welcomed their first child this past spring,
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                 daughter, Ava Nicole.


                                         LB CLIFTON SMITH 50
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: JULY 21, 1980
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                              ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-3                                   COLLEGE: SYRACUSE
                                         WEIGHT: 253
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (1   /0); 2004 (0/0); 2005 (0/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Washington as an undrafted rookie free agent on May 2, 2003…Waived by
                 Washington on Aug. 31, 2003…Signed by Washington to the practice squad on Sept. 2, 2003…Signed by
                 Washington from the practice squad to the active roster on Dec. 10, 2003…Waived by Washington on Sept. 6,
                 2004…Signed by Washington to the practice squad on Sept. 9, 2004…Signed by Washington as a free agent on
                 Feb. 10, 2005…Waived by Washington on Aug. 29, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Oct. 25,
                 2005…Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on Jan. 2, 2006.

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                 2005: Began the season with the Redskins and was waived at the end of training camp…Signed by Cleveland to
                 the practice squad on Oct. 25, and spent the final ten weeks of the regular season on the practice squad.
                 2004: Began the season on the Redskins practice squad and was placed on Injured-Reserve with a tricep injury.
                 2003: Joined Washington as an undrafted rookie free agent…Spent the first 13 weeks of the season on the prac-
                 tice squad…Signed to the active roster on Dec. 10, and appeared in one game with 1 tackle.
                 COLLEGE: Started every game during his senior season and finished his career with 44 starts and 47 games
                 played…Ranks third on Syracuse all-time list with 36 TFL…During his senior year in 2002, recorded 137 tackles,
                 89 solo and 1 interception…His 11.4 tackles per game led the Big East and his 7.4 solo tackles ranked 12th nation-
                 ally…Earned All-Big East second-team and All-ECAC first-team honors…Started every game as a junior in 2001,
                 and collected 94 tackles, which ranked second on the team…Named Insight.com Bowl Defensive MVP after post-
                 ing a team-high 12 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 forced fumble…Named Big East Player-of-the-Week for his 11 tackles
                 and 1 sack at Virginia Tech…Also named All-Big East first-team and All-ECAC first-team honors…Started every
                 game his sophomore year in 2000 and led the team with 108 tackles…Played in 11 games as a freshman and
                 totaled 66 tackles…Named to the Freshman All-America team by The Sporting News.
                 PERSONAL: A native of Freeport, N.Y., and attended Freeport High School where he received numerous acco-
                 lades including Prep Star’s #11 rated linebacker in the nation’s Top 100 Dream Team and top-rated player in New
                 York state, Super 30 Eastern Regional, The Sporting News Top 100 recruits, Gridiron Greats top nine linebacker
                 prospects in the country, 80th rated prospect and 10th-rated linebacker by ESPN.com and USA Today and New
                 York State Player-of-the-Year…Also ran track and played basketball and was a member of the National Honor
                 Society…Majored in marketing at Syracuse.
                 SMITH’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                   TACKLES                    QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK                YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 Washington 1 0      1     1    0   0 0.0            0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 2004 Washington 0 0      0     0    0   0 0.0            0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 2005 Cleveland 0 0       0     0    0   0 0.0            0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
                 NFL TOTALS      1 0      1    1     0   0 0.0            0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       0
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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 3RD                  BIRTHDATE: MARCH 12, 1978
                        YEAR IN NFL: 7TH                     ACQUIRED: UFA (N.O.) – ’04
                        HEIGHT: 6-0                          COLLEGE: ARIZONA STATE
                        WEIGHT: 246
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2000 (14/9); 2001 (14/9); 2002 (16/8); 2003 (15/10);
                        2004 (16/9); 2005 (16/15).
                        CAREER GAMES: 91 games, 60 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by New Orleans in the fourth
round, 96th overall, in the 2000 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as an                  FUN FACTS
unrestricted free agent on March 11, 2004.                                    • Has blocked for a 1,000-yard
                                                                                rusher in five of his six seasons in
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                                                                                Reuben Droughns (1,232 yards)
2005: In his second season with the Browns, played in all 16 regular sea-




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                                                                                Orleans (Ricky Williams, 1,000 in
to rush for 1,232 yards and become the first Browns RB since 1985 (Kevin        2000 and 1,245 in 2001; Deuce
Mack, 1,104 yards and Earnest Byner, 1,002 yards) to rush for over 1,000        McAllister, 1,388 in 2002 and
yards in a season…Had 6 carries for 9 yards and 12 receptions for 58            1,641 in 2003).
yards and 1 receiving TD…Scored his first TD as a member of the Browns        • Active advocate for promoting
on a 6-yard TD reception vs. Miami on Nov. 20, in a 22-0 victory over the       cancer research initiatives.
Dolphins…Started vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, with 1 rush for 4 yards and 1
reception for 8 yards…Started and helped RB Reuben Droughns rush for 100 yards on 19 carries vs. Detroit on
Oct. 23…Started at Houston on Oct. 30, and helped the offense rush for 156 yards, including Droughns 99-
yards…Started and had 1 carry for 0 yards and 2 receptions for 8 yards vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6, and helped
Droughns top the 100-yard mark for the second time with 116 yards as the offense had a season-high 441 net
yards, including 169 net yards rushing…Started at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, with 1 carry for 0 yards and 1 reception
for 9 yards, and also added 2 kickoff returns for 24 yards…Started vs. Miami on Nov. 20, and recorded a 6-yard
TD catch and helped Droughns rush for a season-high 166 yards on 30 carries…Started vs. Jacksonville on Dec.
4, and helped Droughns top the 1,000-yard mark with 88 yards rushing… Started with 2 receptions for 2 yards at
Cincinnati on Dec. 11, and started at Oakland on Dec. 18, with 3 receptions for 16 yards…Did not get the start vs.
Pittsburgh on Dec. 24, due to the flu, however played with 2 carries for 3 yards…In the regular season finale vs.
Baltimore on Jan. 1, had 2 receptions for 8 yards.
2004: Signed with Cleveland as a free agent as the Browns incorporated a fullback into the offensive scheme…
Played in all 16 games, including nine starts, and totaled 4 carries for 9 yards and 7 receptions for 39 yards…
Started in the opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12...Played FB and on special teams at Dallas on Sept. 19, and start-
ed at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Started vs. Washington on Oct. 3, with 1 rush for 4 yards and 2 receptions for 20
yards…Added 1 reception for 3 yards at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10…Started vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, with 1 rush for
2 yards and 1 reception for 4 yards and helped block for RB William Green to rush for 115 yards on 25 carries…
Added 1 rush for 2 yards vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, as the offense established a season-high 165 yards rush-
ing…Started at Baltimore on Nov. 7, and added 1 reception for 8 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14…Started with
1 reception for 3 yards vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…Started at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, with 1 rush for 1 yard and 1
reception for 1 yard…Started both vs. New England on Dec. 5, and at Buffalo on Dec. 12…Started vs. San Diego
on Dec. 19, and helped RB Lee Suggs rush for 105 yards…Started at Miami on Dec. 26, and helped Suggs run for
143 yards on 38 carries (3.8 avg.)…In the regular season finale at Houston on Jan. 2, started and helped Suggs
run for 131 yards on 26 carries (5.0 avg.).
2003: In his fourth season with New Orleans, appeared in 15 games, including 10 starts, and led the way for RB
Deuce McAllister, who finished second in the NFC in rushing…Started the first six games of the season: at Seattle
on Sept. 7, vs. Houston on Sept. 14, at Tennessee on Sept. 21, vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 28, at Carolina on Oct. 5,
and vs. Chicago on Oct. 12…Also started games at Tampa Bay on Nov. 2, at Philadelphia on Nov. 23, vs. Tampa
Bay on Dec. 7, and vs. Dallas on Dec. 28…Played in each game during a nine-game streak of consecutive 100-
yard rushing games by McAllister, and started at Philadelphia on Nov. 23, when McAllister posted a season-high
186 yards and 2 TDs…Caught 6 passes during the season for 28 yards, including 2 receptions for 16 yards at
Washington on Nov. 30.
2002: For the first time in his career played in all 16 regular season games, including eight starts…Lead blocker
for RB Deuce McAllister, who totaled 1,388 yards on the year…Helped Saints post 118 rushing yards in opener
at Tampa Bay on Sept. 8, while also recording a career-high 3 receptions for 6 yards…Aided McAllister’s 121-yard
rushing effort at Washington on Oct. 13…Had 4 rushes for a season-high 12 yards at Baltimore on Dec. 8…Added
1 reception for 10 yards vs. Minnesota on Dec. 15…Had 1 reception for 7 yards at Cincinnati on Dec. 22.
2001: Rebounded from off-season back surgery to continue his role as the club’s blocking back…Appeared in 14
games, including nine starts…Helped guide Ricky Williams to his second consecutive 1,000-yard rushing sea-
son…Added 5 carries for 8 yards and 4 receptions for 30 yards and 2 TDs…Inactive for the final two games of the
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                 season due to a back injury…Recorded 2 carries for 4 yards at St. Louis on Oct. 28…Had a career-long 12-yard
                 reception at San Francisco on Nov. 11…Recorded the first TD reception of career, a 4-yard scoring grab vs.
                 Carolina on Dec. 2…Added another 4-yard TD reception vs. St. Louis on Dec. 17.
                 2000: In his rookie season with New Orleans, appeared in 14 games, including nine starts…Assumed the start-
                 ing FB spot after being drafted and became one of the top blocking backs in the league by the end of his rookie
                 season…Posted 29 rushes for 131 yards and 12 receptions for 65 yards…Rushing offense piled up 129.3 yards
                 per game in 2000, the club’s highest total since 1987 (136.9)…His blocking helped give the Saints their first 1,000-
                 yard rusher since 1989…Inactive for final two games of the season and both playoff games due to a back injury…
                 Hauled in 3 receptions for 18 yards at Chicago on Oct. 8…In his first action carrying the ball, had 4 carries for 22
                 yards vs. Carolina on Oct. 15…Recorded 4 carries for a season-high 42 yards vs. Oakland on Nov. 19…Had a sea-
                 son-high 6 carries for 20 yards at St. Louis on Nov. 26…Had 6 carries for 18 yards at San Francisco on Dec. 10,
                 before suffering a back injury.
                 COLLEGE: At Arizona State served as blocking back for RB J.R. Redmond in 1999 after making the switch from
                 linebacker…Had 22 carries for 129 yards (5.7 avg.) with 1 TD and added 11 receptions for 95 yards…Played line-
                 backer in 10 games in 1998 and posted 6 tackles…Majored in psychology and criminal justice.
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                 and linebacker…Rushed for 1,236 yards on 186 carries with 19 TDs and collected 87 solo tackles, caused 8 fum-
                 bles and had 3 interceptions as a senior…Lettered in football, basketball and track…Has five older brothers and
                 three younger brothers…Full name is Terrelle Vernon Smith…Born March 12, 1978, in West Covina, Calif…Has
                 three children, Terrelle Jr., 10, Jayda, 7, and Tylor, 4.
                                                     SMITH’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 6 at St. Louis 11/26/00; at San Francisco 12/10/00
                 RUSHING YARDS: 42 vs. Oakland 11/19/00
                 LONG RUSH: 16 vs. Oakland 11/19/00
                 RECEPTIONS: 3, four times, latest: at Oakland 12/18/05
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 20 vs. Washington 10/3/04
                 LONG RECEPTION: 16 vs. Washington 10/3/04
                 RECEIVING TDS: 1 vs. Carolina 12/2/01; vs. St. Louis 12/17/01; vs. Miami 11/20/05

                 SMITH’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                     RUSHING                                  RECEIVING
                 YEAR    TEAM           GP     GS         NO     YDS    AVG LG          TD         NO      YDS AVG         LG     TD
                 2000    New Orleans    14      9         29     131     4.5 16          0         12       65     5.4     10      0
                 2001    New Orleans    14      9          5       8     1.6  6          0          4       30     7.5     12      2
                 2002    New Orleans    16      8          5      11     2.2  5          0          9       30     3.3     10      0
                 2003    New Orleans    15     10          0       0     0.0  0          0          6       28     4.7      8      0
                 2004    Cleveland      16      9          4       9     2.3  4          0          7       39     5.6     16      0
                 2005    Cleveland      16     15          6       9     1.5  4          0         12       58     4.8      9      1
                 NFL     TOTALS         91     60         49     168    3.4  16          0         50      250    5.0      16      3


                                         LB NICK SPEEGLE 59
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: NOV. 29, 1981
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                              ACQUIRED: D(6A) – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 6-6                                   COLLEGE: NEW MEXICO
                                         WEIGHT: 250
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2005 (14/0)
                                         CAREER GAMES: 14 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 176th
                 overall, in the 2005 NFL draft.                                                        FUN FACTS
                                                                                                • Very actived in the Cleveland
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               community with appearances with
                                                                                                  the Cleveland Clinic Children’s
                 2005: In his rookie season with the Browns, appeared in 14 games, with           Hospital, the Cleveland Foodbank
                 1 tackle…Key contributor on special teams and ranked fifth on the team           and helped renovate Bump Taylor
                 with 11 special teams tackles…Made his NFL debut vs. Cincinnati on Sept.         Field as part of the NFL Grass-
                 11… Played LB late in the game with 1 tackle at Green Bay on Sept. 18,           roots Field Renovation.
                 and also added 2 special teams tackles… Inactive vs. Chicago on Oct.
                 9…Returned to play special teams with 1 tackle at Baltimore on Oct. 16…Inactive vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, due to
                 an ankle injury…Returned and had 1 special teams tackle at Houston on Oct. 30, and 1 special teams stop vs.
                 Tennessee on Nov. 6…Added 1 special teams tackle vs. Miami on Nov. 20, at Minnesota on Nov. 27…Added 2

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special teams tackles at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, and 1 special teams stop vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…In the regular
season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, added 2 special teams tackles.
COLLEGE: Three-year starter who brought toughness, quickness and power to New Mexico and played in 50
games, including 43 starts, and totaled 317 tackles, 183 solo, 11 sacks for 80 yards, 38.5 TFL, 14 QB pressures, 4
forced fumbles, 2 recovered fumbles, 2 interceptions and 13 PBU…Finished 14th in school history with 317 tack-
les…Graduated in May of 2004 with a degree in general management and played his senior year as a graduate
student, pursuing his masters in sports administration…Two-time first-team academic all-district selection, two-
time MWC Scholar-Athlete Award winner and also an Academic All-MWC honoree all four years…Rewarded for
his community service by being named to the 2004 American Football Coaches Association national Good Works
Team…Incredibly tough player who never missed a game, despite battling through a number of painful injuries
over his collegiate career…In 2004, was the leader of the New Mexico defense, which was the top-ranked unit in
the Mountain West Conference...First-team All-MWC honors for the first time in his career...Totaled 92 tackles, 47
solo, tied for third in the conference with a career-high 12.5 TFL, 1.5 sacks, 9 QB pressures, 5 PBU, 1 forced fum-
ble, 1 recovered fumble and 1 safety…In 2003, as a junior earned honorable mention all-MWC selection for the
second straight year…Ranked third on the team with 80 tackles, 45 solo, in 13 starts at outside linebacker…Added
10 TFL, 2.5 sacks, 5 PBU and 1 interception…Never missed any significant time despite playing through a vari-




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ing his ribs at Utah, but returned in the third quarter...Lost part of his chinstrap vs. Nevada-Las Vegas, then suf-
fered a deep gash on his chin, which later required stitches, while making a tackle on the ensuing play...Also had
surgery on an infected boil under his armpit prior to the CSU game...Had a quarter-sized open wound after the
operation that had to be cleaned daily...Three trainers were required to hold him down on the table and perform
the cleaning while he bit down on a mouthpiece…In 2002, tied for second on the team with 89 tackles, 50 solo,
11 TFL, 5 sacks, 3 PBU, 2 forced fumbles and 1 interception…Honorable mention all-MWC selection…In 2001,
played in 11 games, including four starts, as a freshman and his 56 tackles ranked fourth on the team…Also had
5 TFL and 2 sacks for 19 yards.
PERSONAL: Attended La Cueva High School (Albuquerque, N.M.) and was first-team all-state defensive end and
second-team all-state tight end as a senior...Finished with a 4.32 cumulative GPA on a 4.4 scale and also took hon-
ors classes…Had 50 tackles and 6 sacks on defense and 15 receptions for 260 yards and 3 TDs as a tight
end…Also ran the 110-high hurdles in track and finished third at a state meet as a senior…Graduated in May of
2004 from New Mexico with a degree in general management…Posted a 3.97 cumulative GPA, earning just three
B grades during his undergraduate career…Played his senior year as a graduate student, pursuing his master
degree in sports administration…Older sister, Jennifer, is an attorney in Dallas and older brother, Eric, is a soft-
ware developer…Born Nicholas David Speegle on Nov. 29, 1981 in Albuquerque, N.M.

                                   SPEEGLE’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 1 at Green Bay 9/18/05

SPEEGLE’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                  TACKLES         QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2005 Cleveland 14 0      1    1     0   0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0     12
NFL TOTALS      14 0     1    1     0   0 0.0 0.0  0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0     12


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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: AUG. 31, 1979
                        YEAR IN NFL: 6TH                              ACQUIRED: UFA (ATL.) – ’05
                        HEIGHT: 6-3                                   COLLEGE: VANDERBILT
                        WEIGHT: 236
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2001 (15/0);            2002 (16/13, 2/1); 2003 (16/16); 2004
                        (16/16, 2/2); 2005 (14/12).
                        CAREER GAMES: 77 games, 57 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 4 games, 3 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Atlanta in the fourth round, 102nd overall, in the 2001 NFL
Draft…Signed as an unrestricted free agent by Cleveland on March 15, 2005.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Grabbed first career interception vs. Miami on Nov. 20, 2005…Appeared in NFC
Championship game as a member of the Atlanta Falcons, recording 4 tackles at Philadelphia on Jan. 23, 2005.

                                      SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: In his first season with the Browns, appeared in 14 games, including 12 starts at outside linebacker and
recorded 41 tackles, including 22 solo, 3 TFL, 1 interception, 3 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Had a season-high 7
tackles, including 2 solo, vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4…Recorded his first career interception vs. Miami on Nov. 20…
Started at RLB on opening day, but suffered a knee injury that forced him to miss the next two games…Moved
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                 back into the starting lineup vs. Detroit on Oct. 23 and started there for the
                 remainder of the season…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Started at RLB…                   FUN FACTS
                 Left the game in the 1st quarter with a right knee injury and did not • Started a new hobby this past off-
                 return…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Inactive (right knee)…Game 3 at                 season with woodworking and
                 Indianapolis 9/25: Inactive (right knee)…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Played         building furniture.
                 RLB with 1 tackle…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Played RLB with 4 tackles, • Maintains his own website
                 including 3 solo…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started at LLB and totaled 6          www.stewartfootball.com.
                 tackles, including 3 solo and 1 forced fumble…In the 3rd quarter stripped
                                                                                                • Active in the Cleveland communi-
                 WR Mike Williams to force a fumble which was recovered by DE Orpheus
                                                                                                  ty by donating his time to serving
                 Roye at the Detroit 48-yard line…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started at LLB
                                                                                                  Thanksgiving meals, holiday pro-
                 and added 2 tackles…Part of a defensive effort that limited Houston to
                                                                                                  grams with Toys for Tots and the
                 only 237 yards of offense, including 120 net passing yards…Game 8 vs.
                                                                                                  USO.
                 Tennessee 11/6: Started at LLB with 6 tackles, including 3 solo, and 2
                 PBU…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started at LLB with 5 tackles, including 4 solo…Added 1 special teams tack-
                 le…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started at LLB and had 1 solo tackle and 1 interception…In the 1st quarter, added
                 his first career interception on a pass from Miami QB Sage Rosenfels at the Cleveland 40-yard line and 10-plays
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                 later K Phil Dawson added a 23-yard FG to open a 9-0 lead…Part of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout,
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                 the team’s first shutout since Nov. 21, 2001, and limited Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards
                 passing…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started at LLB with 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 12 vs.
                 Jacksonville 12/4: Started at LLB and added 7 tackles, including 2 solo…Part of a defensive effort that limited the
                 Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only 102 net yards passing…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Started
                 at LLB and added 1 solo tackle…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at LLB and totaled 3 tackles, including 2 TFL,
                 and 1 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to 256 net yards of offense, including only 113 net
                 passing yards, recorded three sacks and forced one interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Started at LLB
                 with 1 solo tackle…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at LLB with 1 QB pressure…Also played on special teams
                 with 1 tackle.
                 2004: In his fourth season in Atlanta, started all 16 regular season games at outside linebacker and ranked sec-
                 ond on the club with 89 tackles and a career-high 4 PBU…Also started both playoff contests and totaled 7 tack-
                 les…Opened the season with 5 tackles at San Francisco on Sept. 12…Tied for a team-high 10 tackles in a 21-20
                 victory over San Diego on Oct. 17…Recorded his second-highest career total in tackles with 11 at Kansas City on
                 Oct. 24…Tied a career-high 1.5 sacks at Tampa Bay on Nov. 14, and added 7 tackles…Added 7 tackles and 1 QB
                 pressure at N.Y. Giants on Nov. 21…Contributed 5 tackles and 2 special teams tackles at New Orleans on Dec. 26…
                 In the divisional playoff game against Saint Louis on Jan. 15, recorded 3 tackles and added 4 tackles in the NFC
                 Championship Game at Philadelphia on Jan. 23.
                 2003: Started all 16 games at outside linebacker and finished with a career-high 108 tackles, including 65
                 solo...Added 2.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 2 recovered fumbles and 2 special teams tackles...Season started
                 out strong at Dallas on Sept. 7, with 7 tackles, 2 TFL and added a fumble recovery at the beginning of the second
                 half…The following week vs. Washington on Sept. 14, finished with a career-high 12 tackles and a career-best 1.5
                 sacks to go along with a forced fumble…Recorded 9 tackles and 1 fumble recovery at New Orleans on Nov. 16.
                 2002: Started 13 of 16 games and totaled 87 tackles at the outside linebacker position, including 49 solo, 3 sacks,
                 1 recovered fumble, 1 blocked kick and 8 special team tackles...Missed starts vs. Carolina on Oct. 20, with a rib
                 injury and vs. Chicago on Sept. 15…Also did not start at Minnesota on Dec. 1, when the team opened in nickel
                 defense...Recorded 9 tackles and 1 special teams tackle vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 22…Registered his first career sack
                 vs. Tampa Bay on Oct. 6…Totaled 5 tackles and added a blocked PAT on special teams in the 3rd quarter at
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 10, that eventually helped preserve a tie game, 34-34...Registered 8 tackles, including 4 solo,
                 and 1 TFL at Tampa Bay on Dec. 8…Finished the regular season finale with a season-high 10 tackles, and 1 sack
                 at Cleveland on Dec. 29…Played outside linebacker at Green Bay on Jan. 4, in the NFC Wild Card Game and made
                 4 tackles…Started in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Philadelphia on Jan. 11, and recorded 3 tackles.
                 2001: In his rookie season with Atlanta, played in 15 games and finished with 16 tackles as an outside line-
                 backer...Ranked second on the club with 17 special teams tackles…Began the season slowly after suffering a hip
                 flexor in preseason finale vs. Tampa Bay on Aug. 31...Saw his most extensive time at weakside linebacker in nick-
                 el defense at Arizona on Sept. 30, with an injury to starter Chris Draft, and managed a season-high 7 tackles...
                 Continued to play in nickel defense vs. San Francisco on Oct. 14, and totaled 3 tackles with 1 special teams tack-
                 le...Part of successful punt return team that sprung Darrien Gordon for two crucial returns of 74 and 41 yards in
                 the 4th quarter vs. Dallas on Nov. 11, which helped set-up the go-ahead TD and an insurance field goal...Led the
                 special teams units with a career-high 2 tackles vs. Buffalo on Dec. 23.
                 COLLEGE: Finished his collegiate career with 269 tackles and 15 sacks in 44 games played at Vanderbilt…Earned
                 All-SEC First-Team honors as a senior and was named team MVP and Outstanding Defensive Player…Led the
                 team with a career-high 108 tackles, including 6.5 sacks, 12.5 TFL, a team-best 4 recovered fumbles and 3 inter-
                 ceptions…Named to the SEC’s academic honor roll for two straight seasons as a sophomore and junior.
                 PERSONAL: Named All-State first-team at DeSales High in Columbus, Ohio…Amassed 7.5 sacks as a defensive
                 end with 1,340 yards rushing from his running back position as a senior…Named district Co-Defensive Player-of-
                 the-Year and was a member of the National Honor Society in the classroom…Lettered in basketball, averaging
                 17 points and eight rebounds per game…Mechanical engineering major in college…Brother, Todd, was a four-
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year starter at Kenyon College and his father, Van, served as a high school football coach in Columbus…He and
his wife, Betsy, have two sons, Matthew II and Cedric Rolland.
                                 STEWART’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
TACKLES: 12 vs. Washington 9/14/03
SACKS: 1.5 vs. Washington 9/14/03
FORCED FUMBLE: 1 vs. Detroit 10/23/05
INTERCEPTIONS: 1 vs. Miami 11/20/05

STEWART’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                 TACKLES                    QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK              YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2001 Atlanta   15 0     16    9     7   - 0.0           0.0  -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       17
2002 Atlanta   16 13 87 49         38 - 3.0            16.0  -  0    0   0 0 0 0 1 0        2
2003 Atlanta   16 16 108 65        43 - 2.5            11.0  -  0    0   0 0 1 1 2 0        0
2004 Atlanta   16 16 89 44         45 - 1.5            14.5  -  0    0   0 0 4 0 0 0        4
2005 Cleveland 14 12 41 25         16 3 0.0             0.0  1  1    0   0 0 3 1 0 0        3




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NFL TOTALS     77 57 341 192 149 3 7.0                 41.5 1   1    0   0 0 8 2 3 0       26




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STEWART’S CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                               TACKLES           QB   INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES  SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
2002 Atlanta    2 1     7   2    5   0 0.0 0.0    0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      1
2004 Atlanta    2 2     7   5    2   0 0.0 0.0    0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      0
NFL TOTALS     4 3     14 7      7   0 0.0 0.0    0 0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0      1

STEWART’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                      TACKLES                SACKS                    INT’S                  FUMBLES
DATE      OPP     TOTAL       SOLO  ASST    NO/YDS                   NO/YDS        PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
9/11      Cin.      0           0     0        0/0                     0/0          0           0/0          0
9/18      @ G.B.    Inactive (knee)
9/25      @ Ind.    Inactive (knee)
10/9      Chi.      1           0     1        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
10/16     @ Balt.   4           3     1        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
10/23     Det.      6           3     3        0/0                      0/0         0          0/1           0
10/30     @ Hou.    2           2     0        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
11/6      Tenn.     6           3     3        0/0                      0/0         2          0/0           0
11/13     @ Pitt.   5           4     1        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
11/20     Mia.      1           1     0        0/0                      1/0         0          0/0           0
11/27     @ Minn.   4           2     1        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           1
12/4      Jack.     7           2     5        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
12/11     @ Cin.    1           1     0        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
12/18     @ Oak.    3           0     1        0/0                      0/0         1          0/0           2
12/24     Pitt.     1           1     0        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
1/1       Balt.     0           0     0        0/0                      0/0         0          0/0           0
TOTALS    14 GM    41          22    16         0/0                     1/0         3          0/1           3


                       RB LEE SUGGS 44
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 4TH                          BIRTHDATE: AUG. 11, 1980
                       YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                             ACQUIRED: D(4) – ’03
                       HEIGHT: 6-0                                  COLLEGE: VIRGINIA TECH
                       WEIGHT: 213
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (7 /0); 2004 (10/3); 2005 (8/0).
                       CAREER GAMES: 25 games, 3 starts.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the fourth round, 115th overall, in the 2003 NFL Draft.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Rushed for a career-high 186 yards on 26 carries and 2 TDs at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, 2003,
as his 78-yard TD run tied for third longest in franchise history…Led the Browns with 744 yards rushing in 2004,
including finishing the season with three consecutive 100-yard rushing performances…Established a franchise
record 38 carries at Miami on Dec. 26, 2004 (143 yards rushing).

                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: Injuries throughout the season limited Suggs to appear in only eight regular season games mainly on spe-
cial teams…Finished the season as second on the depth chart in the backfield in limited duty with 8 carries for
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                 15 yards and 6 receptions for 26 yards…Suffered a left ankle injury during
                 pre-season and forced him to be inactive vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11, and                 FUN FACTS
                 at Green Bay on Sept. 18…Made his season debut at Indianapolis on Sept. • Recipient of the 2004 Ed Block
                 25, with 2 receptions for 7 yards and also played on special teams…            Courage Award.
                 Added 1 special teams tackle vs. Chicago on Oct. 9, and suffered a thumb
                 injury and was forced to be inactive for the next six consecutive games…     • Finished his collegiate career at
                 Returned to action at Minnesota on Nov. 27, with 1 special teams tack-         Virginia Tech with 53 TDs and
                 le…Played on special teams vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4…Added 1 carry for        2,767 yards rushing.
                 -4 yards and 2 receptions for 13 yards at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, along with • In 2000, led the NCAA Division
                 2 special teams stops…Had 1 carry for 6 yards and 1 reception for 4 yards      I-A in scoring with 27 rushing TDs.
                 at Oakland on Dec. 18…Had 4 carries for 7 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24…
                 Added 2 carries for 6 yards and 1 reception for 2 yards in the regular season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, and
                 threw a key block on PR Dennis Northcutt’s 62-yard punt return for TD in the 3rd quarter to open a 20-16 lead.
                 2004: In his second season with the Browns earned the starting RB position during training camp, however,
                 suffered a neck injury prior to the final preseason contest and was listed as inactive for the first three regular sea-
                 son games…Returned to the lineup and split time in the backfield with RB William Green for the next seven con-
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                 three regular season games and topped the 100-yard plateau in each contest…Led the Browns with 744 yards
                 rushing on 199 carries (3.7 avg.) and 2 rushing TDs as he appeared in 10 games, including three starts…Added
                 20 receptions for 178 yards (8.9 avg.) and 1 receiving TD…Finished the season strong by rushing for three con-
                 secutive 100-yard games (105 yds., 21 att. vs. San Diego on Dec. 19; 143 yds., 38 att. at Miami on Dec. 26; and
                 131 yds., 26 att. at Houston on Jan. 2), becoming the first Browns back to accomplish this feat since 1978…
                 Established a franchise record 38 carries at Miami on Dec. 26…Added his first career 100-yard receiving game
                 vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, with 5 receptions for 100 yards, including a career-high 59-yard TD strike from QB Jeff
                 Garcia…Listed as inactive vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, at Dallas on Sept. 19, and at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26…Made
                 his season debut vs. Washington on Oct. 3, and led the club with 82 yards on 22 carries (3.7 avg.) and 1 TD, as
                 his 3-yard TD plunge in the 4th quarter was the game-winner in a 17-13 win…Added 11 carries for 30 yards at
                 Pittsburgh on Oct. 10…Had a career-high 100-yard receiving on 5 receptions, including his first career TD recep-
                 tion on a 59-yard TD strike from QB Jeff Garcia, and also added 13 carries for 19 yards vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17…
                 Suggs had 100 yards receiving, QB Jeff Garcia passed for 310 yards, and RB William Green had 115 yards rush-
                 ing, making the sixth time in franchise history that the Browns had a 300-yard passer, 100-yard receiver and 100-
                 yard rusher in the same game (last time was 11/23/86 when Bernie Kosar passed for 414 yards, RB Kevin Mack
                 rushed for 106 yards and WR Webster Slaughter had 134 yards receiving in a 37-31 overtime win vs. Pittsburgh)…
                 Led the team with 15 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, and 18 carries for 56 yards
                 at Baltimore on Nov. 7…Started vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, with 18 carries for 38 yards, and led the club with
                 62 yards on 17 carries vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…Listed as inactive with a toe injury at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, vs.
                 New England on Dec. 5, and at Buffalo on Dec. 12…Returned to rush for 105 yards on 21 carries vs. San Diego
                 on Dec. 19…Started at Miami on Dec. 26, and had a season-high 143 yards on 38 carries, which set a franchise
                 high for rushing attempts in a game (Jim Brown, 37, 10/04/59 at Chicago Cardinals)…In the regular season finale
                 at Houston on Jan. 2, started and rushed for 131 yards on 26 carries…His 131 yards rushing marked the third
                 consecutive game to top the 100-yard mark, the first back since 1978 (Greg Pruitt, 12/3/78 - 12/17/78) to have three
                 consecutive 100-yard rushing games.
                 2003: Injury suffered in a college all-star game limited Suggs during his rookie season to appear in only seven
                 regular season games and totaled 289 yards rushing on 56 carries (5.2 avg.), including a long of 78 yards and 2
                 TDs…Established a career-high 186 yards rushing on 26 carries (5.2 avg.), including a long of 78 yards, and 2 TDs
                 at Cincinnati on Dec. 28…Began the season on the Reserve-Non-Football Injury list (shoulder) and missed
                 the first 11 regular season games…Activated to the 53-man roster on Nov. 13…In his NFL debut vs. Arizona on
                 Nov. 16, added 5 carries for 5 yards and also played on special teams with 2 tackles…Played on special teams vs.
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 23, with 4 kickoff returns for 70 yards (17.5 avg.), including a long of 25 yards…Added 4 kick-
                 off returns for 110 yards (27.5 avg.), including a career-long 42 yards, at Seattle on Nov. 30…Had a career-high 6
                 kickoff returns for 138 yards (23.0 avg.) vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8, on Monday Night Football…Added 5 carries for
                 30 yards (6.0 avg.) at Denver on Dec. 14…Had 20 carries for 68 yards (3.4 avg.) and 2 receptions vs. Baltimore on
                 Dec. 21…Established a career-high 186 yards rushing on 26 carries and 2 TDs at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, in leading
                 the Browns to a 22-14 road win…His 186 yards rushing ranked 11th in franchise history and was the most yards
                 by a Browns RB since 1984 (Earnest Byner, 188, vs. Houston 12/16/84)…In the 2nd quarter, broke to the outside
                 and ran for a 78-yard TD to give the Browns the early 13-7 lead…The 78-yard TD run tied for the third longest
                 run from scrimmage in franchise history (78t, Greg Pruitt, 10/30/77 vs. Kansas City)…In the 4th quarter, added a
                 25-yard TD run as the Browns regained the lead, 19-14.
                 COLLEGE: Returned to action with a flourish in 2002 after missing all but one game of the 2001 season with a
                 knee injury…Recaptured the form that earned him All-American honors in 2000 when he led the NCAA Division
                 I-A ranks in scoring...Worked extremely hard during his rehab from the injury, returning for the offseason pro-
                 gram and earned Super Iron Hokie honors...Finished his career with 535 carries for 2,767 yards (5.2 avg.) and 53
                 TDs, adding 171 yards and 3 TDs on 15 receptions (11.4 avg.) in 35 games…His 53 TDs on the ground set Big East
                 Conference and Tech career-records, while his 56 overall scores set other school and Big East all-time marks…In

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2002, named All-American third-team choice and earned Comeback Player-of-the-Year honors from The NFL
Draft Report…All-Big East Conference second-team choice…All-state first-team pick…Shared tailback duties with
Kevin Jones, starting every game as he led the team with 257 carries for 1,325 yards (5.2 avg.) and 22 TDs…His
22 scores rank second on the school’s season-record list behind his 2000 total of 27…Caught 11 passes for 126
yards (11.5 avg.) and a pair of scores…Had 5 kickoff returns for 132 yards (26.4 avg.) and averaged 113.1 all-pur-
pose yards per game…Led the team in scoring with 144 points, the second-best season total in school history,
topped only by his own 168 points in 2000…In 2001, suffered a left knee torn anterior cruciate ligament and
meniscus during the 3rd quarter of Tech’s season opener vs. Connecticut, undergoing surgery on Sept. 14, and
was lost for the rest of the year…Had rushed for 99 yards and 2 TDs on 12 carries (8.2 avg.) prior to the injury…In
2000, named All-American second-team pick by The NFL Draft Report, adding third-team honors from the
Associated Press…All-Big East Conference first-team selection and Offensive Player-of-the-Year…Received all 15
first-place votes in winning the Dudley Award as Virginia’s best college football player...Shattered Tech’s single-
season records for rushing TDs, total TDs and scoring...Set six Big East Conference records, including single-sea-
son records for rushing TDs, total TDs and points...Set Big East single-game marks for rushing TDs (5), total TDs
(5) and points (30) against Central Florida...Scored at least one TD in every regular-season game…His six 100-
yard games tied a Tech single-season record…Led the conference in rushing at 109.7 yards per game...Turned in




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the second-best single-season rushing mark under Coach Frank Beamer (also owns the best in 2002) and the




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fourth-best in school history with 1,207 yards, as he carried the football 222 times (5.4 avg.)...Scored 27 times on
the ground and snatched 3 passes for 44 yards (14.7 avg.) and another score…Had 28 total TDs as he scored a
career-best 168 points…In 1999, played in nine games, carrying 44 times for 136 yards (3.1 avg.) and 2 TDs…
Redshirted as a freshman in 1998.
PERSONAL: Attended William Fleming (Roanoke, Va.) High School…Rushed for 2,972 yards and 30 TDs as a sen-
ior...Earned All-American honors from both Super Prep and Prep Star...Ranked the No. 4 player in the state and
the No. 19 running back in the nation by Super Prep...An honorable mention choice on the USA Today All-USA
team and a first-team Group AAA All-State pick by both the coaches and the Associated Press...The Northwest
Region Player-of-the-Year and the Timesland Offensive Player-of-the-Year...Helped team to the state champi-
onship game as a senior...Rushed for 350 yards and 3 TDs in a game against Cave Spring his senior year...
Finished his career with 5,056 yards rushing on 646 carries and 50 TDs...Also excelled in track as a sprinter and
jumper...Ran the anchor leg on Fleming’s state championship 4x100 relay team...Helped that relay team to a fifth-
place finish at the National Scholastic Outdoor Track Championships in Raleigh, N.C.…Was clocked 10.4 in the
100-meters and 6.2 in the 55-meter dash…Residential property management major…Son of Juanita and Lee
Suggs, Sr…Born Lee Ernest Suggs, Jr., on Aug. 11, 1980 in Roanoke, Va…Active in the Cleveland community by
supporting various charitable endeavors including building a home for Habitat For Humanity, the Thanksgiving
Turkey Giveaway program and holiday Clothe-A-Child program…Has a daughter, Makayla, 4.
                                     SUGGS’ SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 38 at Miami 12/26/04
RUSHING YARDS: 186 at Cincinnati 12/28/03
RUSHING TD’S: 2 at Cincinnati 12/28/03
LONG RUSH: 78t at Cincinnati 12/28/03
RECEPTIONS: 5 vs. Cincinnati 10/17/04
RECEIVING YARDS: 100 vs. Cincinnati 10/17/04
RECEIVING TD’S: 1 vs. Cincinnati 10/17/04
LONG RECEPTION: 59t vs. Cincinnati 10/17/04
KICKOFF RETURNS: 6 vs. St. Louis 12/8/03
KICKOFF RETURN YARDS: 138 vs. St. Louis 12/8/03
LONG KICKOFF RETURN: 42 at Seattle 11/30/03
CAREER 100-YARD RUSHING GAMES (4)                              CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING GAMES (1)
186 at Cincinnati 12/28/03 (186 yards, 26 att., 2 TDs)         100 vs. Cincinnati 10/17/04 (100 yards, 5 rec., 1 TD)
143 at Miami 12/26/04 (143 yards, 38 att., 0 TD)
131 at Houston 1/2/05 (131 yards, 26 att., 0 TD)
105 vs. San Diego 12/19/04 (105 yards, 21 att., 0 TD)

SUGGS’ CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                     RUSHING                                 RECEIVING
YEAR TEAM              GP     GS         ATT    YDS     AVG LG         TD         NO      YDS AVG      LG        TD
2003 Cleveland          7      0          56     289     5.2 78t        2          2       0      0.0   1         0
2004 Cleveland         10      3         199     744     3.7 39         2         20      178     8.9  59t        1
2005 Cleveland          8      0           8      15     1.9  7         0          6       26     4.3   8         0
NFL TOTALS             25     3          263    1048 4.0     39         4         28      204    7.3    8         1




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                 SUGGS’ 2005 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                     RUSHING                       RECEIVING
                 DATE      OPP          NO     YDS       AVG  LG   TD   NO   YDS       AVG     LG    TD
                 9/11      Cin.         Inactive (ankle)
                 9/18      @ G.B.       Inactive (ankle)
                 9/25      @ Ind.       0        0        0.0  0   0    2     7        3.5      5    0
                 10/9      Chi.         0        0        0.0  0   0    0     0        0.0      0    0
                 10/16     @ Balt.      Inactive (thumb)
                 10/23     Det.         Inactive (thumb)
                 10/30     @ Hou.       Inactive (thumb)
                 11/6      Tenn.        Inactive (thumb)
                 11/13     @ Pitt.      Inactive (thumb)
                 11/20     Mia.         Inactive (thumb)
                 11/27     @ Minn.      0        0        0.0  0   0    0     0        0.0      0    0
                 12/4      Jack.        0        0        0.0  0   0    0    0         0.0      0    0
                 12/11     @ Cin.       1       -4       -4.0 -4   0    2    13        6.5      8    0
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                 12/18     @ Oak.       1        6        6.0  6   0    1    4         4.0      4    0
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                 12/24     Pitt.        4        7        1.8  2   0    0     0        0.0      0    0
                 1/1       Balt.        2        6        3.0  7   0    1     2        2.0      2    0
                 TOTALS 15 GM          27     289    10.7    30    0    0     0        0.0     0     0

                 SUGGS’ 2004 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                    RUSHING                        RECEIVING
                 DATE      OPP         NO     YDS      AVG  LG     TD   NO   YDS       AVG     LG    TD
                 9/12      Balt.       Inactive (neck)
                 9/19      @ Dal.      Inactive (neck)
                 9/26      @ NYG       Inactive (neck)
                 10/3      Wash.       22       82      3.7 25     1    1      6        6.0     6    0
                 10/10     @ Pitt.     11       30      2.7 11     0    3     20        6.7    13    0
                 10/17     Cin.        13       19      1.5  7     0    5    100       20.0    59t   1
                 10/24     Phil.       15       78      5.2 17     1    2      5        2.5     5    0
                 11/7      @ Balt.     18       56      3.1 17     0    1      7        7.0     7    0
                 11/14     Pitt.       18       38      2.1  7     0    0      0        0.0     0    0
                 11/21     N.Y.J       17       62      3.6  9     0    3     15        5.0    10    0
                 11/28     @ Cin.      Inactive (toe)
                 12/5      N.E.        Inactive (toe)
                 12/12     @ Buff.     Inactive (toe)
                 12/19     S.D.        21      105      5.0 26     0     1    -2       -2.0     -2   0
                 12/26     @ Mia.      38      143      3.8 13     0     1     4       4.0      4    0
                 1/2       @ Hou.      26      131      5.0 39     0     3    23        7.7     10   0
                 TOTALS    10 GM      199     744      3.7  39     2    20   178       8.9     59T   1

                 SUGGS’ 2003 GAME-BY-GAME OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                 RUSHING                           RECEIVING
                 DATE      OPP        NO    YDS      AVG     LG    TD   NO   YDS       AVG     LG    TD
                 9/7       Ind.       Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 9/14      @ Balt.    Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 9/21      @ S.F.     Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 9/28      Cin.       Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 10/5      @ Pitt.    Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 10/12     Oak.       Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 10/19     S.D.       Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 10/26     @ N.E.     Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 11/9      @ K.C.     Reserve NFI (shoulder)
                 11/16     Ariz.      5       5       1.0     4    0    0     0        0.0     0     0
                 11/23     Pitt.      0       0       0.0      0   0    0     0        0.0     0     0
                 11/30     @ Sea.     0       0       0.0      0   0    0     0        0.0     0     0
                 12/8      St. L.     0       0       0.0     0    0    0     0        0.0     0     0
                 12/14     @ Den.     5      30       6.0     17   0    0     0        0.0     0     0
                 12/21     Balt.      20     68       3.4     16   0    2     0        0.0     1     0
                 12/28     @ Cin.     26    186       7.2    78t   2    0     0        0.0     0     0
                 TOTALS    7 GM       56    289      5.2     78T   2    2     0        0.0     1     0



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                        LB CHAUN THOMPSON 51
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 4TH                            BIRTHDATE: MAY 22, 1980
                        YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                               ACQUIRED: D(2) – ’03
                        HEIGHT: 6-2                                    COLLEGE: WEST TEXAS A&M
                        WEIGHT: 249
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (16/0); 2004 (16/13); 2005 (16/15).
                        CAREER GAMES: 48 games, 28 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the second round,
52nd overall, in the 2003 NFL Draft.                                                   FUN FACTS
                                                                               • His wife, Faith, played basketball
                  SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               at West Texas A&M.
2005: In his third season with the Browns, played in all 16 regular season • Finished work in the spring of 2005
games, including 15 starts at RLB and established a career-high 102 tack-          and received his bachelor of sci-




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les and 5 sacks…Ranked third on the team with 102 tackles and tied for             ence degree in sports exercise and




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the team lead with 5 sacks and led the club with 9 TFL…Also added 3 PBU            science from West Texas A&M.
and 2 forced fumbles…Established a career-high 10 tackles at Baltimore
on Oct. 16…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Played RLB for the injured Matt Stewart (knee) and totaled 6 tackles,
including 3 solo, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 1 PBU and 1 QB pressure…In the 4th quarter had a sack of Bengals QB
Carson Palmer at the Cleveland 39-yard line and forced a fumble, which was recovered by LB Orlando Ruff…Also
played on special teams with 2 tackles… Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Started at RLB with 5 tackles, including 3
solo…Part of a defensive effort that limited Packers RB Ahman Green to 54 yards rushing and forced two
turnovers…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Started at RLB with 5 tackles, including 1 solo and 1 TFL…Part of a
defensive effort that limited a potent Colts offense to 339 yards of offense and only one TD…Added 1 special
teams tackle…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Started at RLB with 5 tackles, 2 solo, 1 sack for 3 yards, 1 QB pressure
and 1 recovered fumble…In the 3rd quarter, recovered a fumble by Bears RB Cedric Benson at the Chicago
44-yard line, which was forced by S Chris Crocker…In the 4th quarter, sacked Bears QB Kyle Orton for a 3-yard
loss to force a 4th and 13 punting situation, and five plays later QB Trent Dilfer connected with WR Antonio Bryant
for a 33-yard TD to open a 13-10 lead…Part of a defensive effort that limited the Bears to 266 yards of offense,
including only 90 net yards passing, recorded four sacks and forced three turnovers…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16:
Started at RLB and established a career-high 10 tackles, including 5 solo…Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Started at
RLB and added 8 tackles, including 4 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Started at RLB and tied for sec-
ond on the team with 9 tackles, including 5 solo, 3 TFL, 1 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Part of a defensive effort
that limited Houston to only 237 yards of offense, including 120 net passing yards…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6:
Started at RLB and added 8 tackles, including 5 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Started at RLB and
totaled 4 tackles, including 2 solo, and 1 TFL…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Started
at RLB and added 3 tackles and 1 sack for 7 yards…In the 4th quarter sacked Miami QB Gus Frerotte for a 7-yard
loss to force a 4th and 17 passing situation…Part of a defensive effort that posted a 22-0 shutout, the team’s first
shutout since Nov. 21, 2001, and limited Miami to 194 total net yards, including only 55 net yards passing…Game
11 at Minnesota 11/27: Started at RLB with 8 tackles, including 5 solo, and 1 TFL…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4:
Started at RLB with 8 tackles, including 4 solo, 2 QB pressures and 1 PBU…Part of a defensive effort that limited
the Jaguars to 237 net yards of offense, including only 102 net yards passing…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11:
Started at RLB and had 2 tackles, including 1 solo… Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Started at RLB and totaled 5 tack-
les, including 3 solo, and 1 sack for 7 yards…In the 3rd quarter, sacked Raiders QB Kerry Collins for a 7-yard loss
to force a 3rd and 25 passing situation…Part of a defensive effort that limited Oakland to 256 net yards of offense,
including only 113 net passing yards, recorded three sacks and forced one interception…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh
12/24: Started at RLB and totaled 7 tackles, including 6 solo…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Started at RLB and
ranked second on the club with 9 tackles, including 6 solo, 1 TFL and 1 sack for 10 yards…Recorded his fifth sack
of the year in the 4th quarter as he sacked Ravens QB Kyle Boller for a 10-yard loss to force a 3rd and 28 pass-
ing situation.
2004: Thrust into the starting role at strongside linebacker after Ben Taylor went down with an injury three weeks
into the season…Played in all 16 games, including 13 starts at strongside linebacker and finished with 80 tackles,
including 41 solo, 1 TFL, 2.5 sacks for 15.5 yards, 5 PBU and 1 recovered fumble…Had a season-high 9 tackles
vs. San Diego on Dec. 19…Had 1 sack for 5 yards vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, and 1.5 sacks for 10 yards vs. N.Y.
Jets on Nov. 21…In the regular season opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, made his first career start at LB as the
defense opened in a 4-4 scheme and added 1 tackle…Played LB at Dallas on Sept. 19, and added 5 tackles at N.Y.
Giants on Sept. 26…Started at SLB with 3 tackles vs. Washington on Oct. 3, and started at SLB with 3 tackles at
Pittsburgh on Oct. 10…Started at SLB with 6 tackles, 2 QB pressures and 1 PBU vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, and
added 4 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24…Started at SLB with 8 tackles and 1 QB pressure at
Baltimore on Nov. 7, and started at SLB with 4 solo tackles and his first-career sack for 5 yards vs. Pittsburgh on
Nov. 14…Started at SLB and totaled 7 tackles, 1.5 sacks for 10.5 yards and 2 PBU vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…Started
at SLB with 5 tackles at Cincinnati on Nov. 28, and started at SLB with 2 solo tackles vs. New England on Dec. 5…
Started at SLB with 8 tackles, and 1 TFL at Buffalo on Dec. 12, and started vs. San Diego on Dec. 19, with a sea-

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                 son-high 9 tackles…Started at SLB with 8 tackles and 1 recovered fumble at Miami on Dec. 26…In the regular
                 season finale at Houston on Jan. 2, started at SLB and recorded 6 tackles.
                 2003: In his rookie season with the Browns, appeared in all 16 regular season games and ranked fifth on the club
                 with 11 special teams tackles, and also contributed 4 tackles, including 3 solo in the base defense…Made his NFL
                 debut by playing on special teams with 2 tackles vs. Indianapolis on Sept. 7…Added 1 special teams tackle at Balti-
                 more on Sept. 14…Saw his first action at LB at San Francisco on Sept. 21, and recorded a season-high 2 tackles…
                 Added 2 special teams tackles vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 28…Recorded 1 special teams tackle at Pittsburgh on Oct. 5,
                 vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, at Kansas City on Nov. 9, and vs. Arizona on Nov. 16…Received his most extensive playing
                 time of the year at Seattle on Nov. 30, by playing WLB, replacing Brant Boyer (leg), and matched a season-high 2
                 tackles, including 1 solo…Finished the regular season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, with 1 special teams tackle.
                 COLLEGE: Finished his career with 358 tackles, 172 solo, 8 sacks for 76 yards, 40 TFL, 3 recovered fumbles, 2
                 forced fumbles, 3 interceptions and 9 PBU in 44 games at West Texas A&M…Three-year starter sat out the 2000
                 campaign with an elbow injury, but was a model of consistency, registering at least 100 tackles his last three sea-
                 sons…Former DE who found a home as an outside LB during his sophomore year…In 2002, named Little All-
                 American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report…All-Lone Star Conference first-team choice and named
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                 Southern Division Linebacker-of-the-Year…Started at strongside outside LB, leading the team with 104 tackles,
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                 58 solo, including a 6-yard sack, 11 TFL, 1 recovered fumble, 5 PBU and 2 interceptions for 33 yards…In 2001,
                 named All-Lone Star Conference first-team choice…Lined up at strongside outside LB, finishing second on the
                 team with 106 tackles, 51 solos, 3 sacks for 33 yards, 17 TFL, 1 recovered fumble and 1 PBU…In 2000, redshirted
                 after suffering a fractured left elbow in fall drills…In 1999, named All-American and All-Lone Star Conference
                 first-team selection by The Sports Page…Led the team with a career-high 136 tackles, 56 solos, from the strong-
                 side inside LB position, 3 sacks for 27 yards, 10 TFL, 3 PBU, 1 recovered fumble and 1 interception…In 1998, lined
                 up at strongside DE and inside LB, recording 12 tackles, 7 solos, with 2 TFL and 2 forced fumbles.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Mt. Pleasant (Tex.) High, earning all-district, All-East Texas and all-state honors as a
                 punter…Added all-district honors as a DB and TE…Also lettered in basketball and track…Born May 22, 1980…
                 Graduated from West Texas A&M with a degree in sports exercise and science…Active in the Cleveland com-
                 munity by supporting various charitable endeavors including building a home for Habitat For Humanity, build-
                 ing a playground for the United Way’s “Hometown Huddle” program, the Taste of the NFL to benefit the
                 Cleveland Foodbank and the Special Olympics…Married the former Faith Boyd in the summer of 2003.

                                                  THOMPSON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 10 at Baltimore 10/16/05
                 SACKS: 1.5 vs. N.Y.Jets 11/21/04
                 RECOVERED FUMBLES: 1 at Miami 12/26/04; vs. Chicago 10/9/05
                 FORCED FUMBLES: 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11/05; at Houston 10/30/05
                 PASSES BROKEN UP: 2 vs. N.Y. Jets 11/21/04
                 THOMPSON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                TACKLES                       QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK               YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 Cleveland 16 0    4    3     1    0 0.0             0.0  0  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       11
                 2004 Cleveland 16 13 80 42       38 1 2.5               15.5 3   0    0   0 0 5 0 1 0        8
                 2005 Cleveland 16 15 102 64      38 9 5.0               27.0 4   0    0   0 0 3 2 1 0        6
                 NFL TOTALS     48 28 186 109 77 10 7.5                  42.5 7   0    0   0 0 8 2 2 0       25

                 THOMPSON’S 2005 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                      TACKLES               SACKS                        INT’S                  FUMBLES
                 DATE    OPP     TOTAL      SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS                       NO/YDS        PBU       REC/FOR         TFL
                 9/11    Cin.       6         3      3        1/0                         0/0          1           0/1           0
                 9/18    @ G.B.     5         3      2        0/0                         0/0          0           0/0           0
                 9/25    @ Ind.     5         1      3         0/0                        0/0          0           0/0           1
                 10/9    Chi.       5         2      3        1/3                         0/0          0           1/0           0
                 10/16   @ Balt.   10         5      5        0/0                         0/0          0           0/0           0
                 10/23   Det.       8         4      3        0/0                         0/0          0           0/0           1
                 10/30   @ Hou.     9         5      1        0/0                         0/0          1           0/1           3
                 11/6    Tenn.      8         5      2         0/0                        0/0          0           0/0           1
                 11/13   @ Pitt.    4         2      1        0/0                         0/0          0           0/0           1
                 11/20   Mia.       3         0      3        1/7                         0/0          0           0/0           0
                 11/27   @ Minn.    8         5      2        0/0                         0/0          0           0/0           1
                 12/4    Jack.     8          4      4        0/0                         0/0          1           0/0           0
                 12/11   @ Cin.     2         1      1        0/0                         0/0          0           0/0           0
                 12/18   @ Oak.     5         3      2        1/7                         0/0          0           0/0           0
                 12/24   Pitt.      7         6      1         0/0                        0/0          0           0/0           0
                 1/1     Balt.      9         6      2        1/10                        0/0          0           0/0           1
                 TOTALS  16 GM    102        55     38       5/27                         0/0          3          1/2            9

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THOMPSON’S 2004 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                     TACKLES               SACKS                      INT’S                  FUMBLES
DATE    OPP     TOTAL      SOLO   ASST    NO/YDS                     NO/YDS        PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
9/12    Balt.      1         0      1        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
9/19    @ Dal.     0         0      0        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
9/26    @ NYG      5         3      2        0/0                       0/0          1           0/0          0
10/3    Wash.      3         1      2        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
10/10   @ Pitt.    3         2      1        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
10/17   Cin.       6         3      3        0/0                       0/0          1           0/0          0
10/24   Phil.      4         3      1         0/0                      0/0          1           0/0          0
11/7    @ Balt.    8         2      6        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
11/14   Pitt.      4         4      0         1/5                      0/0          0           0/0          0
11/21   N.Y.J      7         2      5      1.5/10.5                    0/0          2           0/0          0
11/28   @ Cin.     5         2      3        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
12/5    N.E.       2         2      0         0/0                      0/0          0           0/0          0
12/12   @ Buff.    8         5      2        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          1




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12/19   S.D.       9         3      6        0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0




                                                                                                                         Veterans
12/26   @ Mia.     8         5      3        0/0                       0/0          0           1/0          0
1/2     @ Hou.     6         3      3         0/0                      0/0          0           0/0          0
TOTALS  16 GM     80        41     38     2.5/15.5                     0/0          5          1/0           1
THOMPSON’S 2003 GAME-BY-GAME DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                    TACKLES                SACKS                      INT’S                  FUMBLES
DATE    OPP     TOTAL     SOLO    ASST    NO/YDS                     NO/YDS        PBU       REC/FOR        TFL
9/7     Ind.      0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
9/14    @ Balt.   0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
9/21    @ S.F.    2         2      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
9/28    Cin.      0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
10/5    @ Pitt.   0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
10/12   Oak.      0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
10/19   S.D.      0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
10/26   @ N.E.    0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
11/9    @ K.C.    0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
11/16   Ariz.     0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
11/23   Pitt.     0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
11/30   @ Sea.    2         1      1         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
12/8    St. L.    0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
12/14   @ Den.    0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
12/21   Balt.     0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
12/28   @ Cin.    0         0      0         0/0                       0/0          0           0/0          0
TOTALS  16 GM     4         3      1         0/0                       0/0          0          0/0           0


                       DB JAMES THORNTON 25
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: AUG. 9, 1979
                       YEAR IN NFL: 1ST                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                       HEIGHT: 5-11                                 COLLEGE: MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE
                       WEIGHT: 185
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (0/0); 2004 (0/0); 2005 (0/0).
                       CAREER GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally signed by Chicago as an undrafted
rookie free agent on May 1, 2003…Waived by Chicago on Aug. 19, 2003…               FUN FACTS
Signed by Atlanta as a free agent on June 16, 2005…Waived by Atlanta on     • Participated in the 2006 NFL Eu-
Sept. 3, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Nov. 16, 2005…     rope season with the Berlin Thun-
Signed by Cleveland as a free agent on Jan. 2, 2006.                          der and started four games at
                                                                              cornerback and totaled 29 tackles,
                 SEASONAL REVIEWS                                             1 PBU and 2 special teams stops.
2005: Spent a second season in NFL Europe with the Berlin Thunder… Signed by Atlanta on June 16, and spent
training camp with the Falcons before being waived on Sept. 3…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on
Nov. 16, and spent the final seven weeks of the regular season on the club’s practice squad.
2004: Was the first overall pick in the 2004 NFL Europe free agent draft…Saw action in all 10 regular season
games with the Berlin Thunder and recorded a team-high 4 interceptions…Contributed 3 tackles in Berlin’s World
Bowl XII victory.
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                 2003: Signed as an undrafted rookie by Chicago and was waived during training camp on Aug. 19.
                 COLLEGE: Three-year captain at Morris Brown…Second-team all-Independent as a senior…Recorded 35 tackles,
                 4 interceptions, including 3 returned for TDs, as well as 3 blocked kicks and 2 recovered fumbles…Earned aca-
                 demic all-America honors as a junior and senior, graduating with honors in business and marketing.
                 PERSONAL: Ran track and went to NCAA Championships in the 4 x 100 meter relay as a freshman at Morris
                 Brown…All-area at Troup County High School as a senior captain…Also competed in basketball and track…
                 Named basketball defensive MVP as a senior and track MVP…Won a national writing contest for poetry…
                 Youngest of five children of mother, Mary…Cousin of former Chicago White Sox outfielder Mike Cameron and
                 former CFL veteran Sean Cameron.


                                         OL RYAN TUCKER 72
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 5TH                        BIRTHDATE: JUNE 12, 1975
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 10TH                          ACQUIRED: UFA (ST.L.) – ’02
                                         HEIGHT: 6-6                                COLLEGE: TEXAS CHRISTIAN
       PLAYERS




                                         WEIGHT: 318
Veterans




                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1997 (7    /0); 1998 (4/0); 1999 (16/0, 3/0); 2000 (16/16,
                                         1/1); 2001 (16/15, 3/0); 2002 (14/14, 1/1); 2003 (16/16); 2004 (7/7); 2005 (16/16).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 1 games, 84 starts.
                                                            12
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 8 games, 2 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally selected by St. Louis in the fourth
                 round, 121st overall, of the 1997 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland as an                 FUN FACTS
                 unrestricted free agent on March 7, 2002.                                     • Earned Super Bowl ring with St.
                                                                                                 Louis in 1999.
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Helped the Rams offense become the first unit in
                 NFL history to record 500 points in three consecutive seasons (1999-2001)…    • Avid rifle hunter of quail, deer and
                 Paved the way for RB Marshall Faulk (2000) and QB Kurt Warner (1999,            turkey, owns a 1,100 acre ranch in
                 2001) to three NFL MVP awards.                                                  Texas.

                                                       SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: In his fourth season with the Browns, started all 16 games at RT as the offensive line helped RB Reuben
                 Droughns (1,232) become the first Browns RB since 1985 to top the 1,000-yard plateau...In the regular season
                 opener vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11, started as the offensive line did not allow a sack…Started at Green Bay
                 on Sept. 18, as the offensive line provided QB Trent Dilfer time to throw for 336 yards and 3 TDs and did
                 not allow a sack…Started at Indianapolis on Sept. 25…Appeared in his 100th career came as he started vs.
                 Chicago on Oct. 9…Started at Baltimore on Oct. 16…Started vs. Detroit on Oct. 23, and was part of an offensive
                 line that helped RB Reuben Droughns rush for 100 yards…Started at Houston on Oct. 30, and was part of an
                 offensive line that helped Droughns rush for 99 yards…Started vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6, and was part of an
                 offensive line that helped the offense to a season-high 441 net yards of offense, as Droughns rushed for 116
                 yards and did not allow a sack as Dilfer threw for 272 yards and 1 TD…Started at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13…Started
                 vs. Miami on Nov. 20, as the offensive line helped Droughns rush for a season-high 166 yards and 1 TD in a
                 22-0 win…Started at Minnesota on Nov. 27…Started vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, as the offensive line helped
                 Droughns rush for 88 yards to top the 1,000 yard mark and QB Charlie Frye to throw for 226 yards and 2
                 TDs…Started at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, at Oakland on Dec. 18, vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 24 and the regular season
                 finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1.
                 2004: Suffered an injury plagued season as he started seven games at right tackle before ending the season on
                 Injured-Reserve with a knee injury…Started in the opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12…Started at Dallas on Sept. 19,
                 and left the game late in the 4th quarter (right quad) and was replaced by Joaquin Gonzalez…Inactive the fol-
                 lowing three weeks at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26, vs. Washington on Oct. 3, and at Pittsburgh on Oct. 10…Returned
                 to the starting lineup vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 17, as the offensive line paved the way for RB William Green to rush
                 for 115 yards, QB Jeff Garcia to throw for 310 yards and 4 TDs, as the offense totaled a season-high 449 net yards
                 of offense…Started vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, as the offensive line helped the offense rush for a season-high
                 165 yards rushing and 3 TDs, along with 394 yards of total offense…Started at Baltimore on Nov. 7, and vs.
                 Pittsburgh on Nov. 14…Started vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21, and left the game in the 3rd quarter (knee) and was
                 replaced by Joaquin Gonzalez, who shifted from RG to RT and Paul Zukauskas played RG…Placed on Injured-
                 Reserve on Nov. 23, due to the knee injury.
                 2003: Was the only offensive player to take part in every offensive snap, as he started all 16 games at right tack-
                 le…For the second consecutive season was voted an offensive captain…In the regular season opener vs.
                 Indianapolis on Sept. 7, started as the offensive line did not allow a sack as the offense totaled 280 net yards,
                 allowed QB Kelly Holcomb to throw for 182 yards, and paved the way for RB William Green to rush for 86 yards…
                 Started at Baltimore on Sept. 14, and at San Francisco on Sept. 21, as the offensive line provided Holcomb time
                 to throw for 222 yards, as the offense totaled 251 net yards of offense vs. the 49ers…Started vs. Cincinnati on
                 Sept. 28, as the offensive line provided Tim Couch time to throw for 280 yards and 2 TDs…Started at Pittsburgh

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on Oct. 5, as the offensive line paved the way for Green to rush for 115 yards and provided Couch time to throw
for 208 yards and 2 TDs, as the team totaled 324 net yards of offense in a 33-13 win…Started vs. Oakland on
Oct. 12, as the offensive line paved the way for Green to rush for 145 yards and 1 TD, as the offense totaled 171
net yards rushing and 284 net yards of offense…Started vs. San Diego on Oct. 19, at New England on Oct. 26,
and at Kansas City on Nov. 9…Started vs. Arizona on Nov. 16, as the offensive line did not allow a sack and pro-
vided Holcomb enough time to throw for 392 yards and 3 TDs, and RB James Jackson added 2 rushing TDs in a
44-6 win…Started vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 23, at Seattle on Nov. 30, and vs. St. Louis on Dec. 8, as the offensive
line paved the way for RB Jamel White to rush for 101 yards and 1 TD vs. the Rams…Started at Denver on Dec.
14, and lined up as FB in goal line situations vs. the Broncos…Started vs. Baltimore on Dec. 21…In the regular
season finale at Cincinnati on Dec. 28, started as the offensive line paved the way for RB Lee Suggs to rush for
186 yards and 2 TDs, a team season-high of 264 net yards rushing, 379 yards of total offense and did not allow
a sack of Couch in a 22-14 win.
2002: In his first season with the Browns solidified the right side of the offensive line as he started 14 games at
right tackle and also the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh…Named offensive captain…Helped the Cleveland
offense improve to 23rd in offense with 314.2 ypg (ranked 31st in 2001 with 259.5 ypg), 18th in passing with 213.3




                                                                                                                       PLAYERS
ypg (ranked 28th in 2001 with 175.1 ypg) and 23rd in rushing with 100.9 ypg (ranked 31st in 2001 with 84.4 ypg.)…




                                                                                                                             Veterans
Missed two games due to a knee injury vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, and at Tennessee on Sept. 22…Part of an offen-
sive line that paved the way for RB Jamel White to rush for 105 yards and team 123 net yards rushing at
Pittsburgh on Sept. 29…Started as the offensive line gave Tim Couch and Kelly Holcomb time to throw for a sea-
son-high 371 net yards passing vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6…Part of an offensive line that provided Couch enough
time to throw for 294 yards and 2 TDs and control the ball for 37:54 time of possession in a 24-21 come-from-
behind win at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27…Started at Cincinnati on Nov. 17, as the line did not allow a sack as Couch
threw for 242 yards and 3 TDs, and RB William Green added 96 yards rushing as the offense had 382 net yards
of total offense, including 140 net yards rushing…Started at New Orleans on Nov. 24, as the offensive line pro-
vided room for Green to rush for 114 yards and the Browns totaled 163 net yards rushing, 339 total net yards and
held the ball for 31:11 time of possession…Started at Jacksonville on Dec. 8, as the offensive line paved the way
for 173 net yards rushing, as Green rushed for 119 yards, and the team totaled 417 net yards of offense, as Couch
threw for 264 yards passing in the 21-20 win…Started at Baltimore on Dec. 22, as the offensive line provided
enough time for Couch to throw for 209 yards, as the offense totaled 256 net yards of offense in the 14-13 victo-
ry…Started vs. Atlanta on Dec. 29, as the offensive line provided Green room to rush for 178 yards and 2 TDs
and a team season-high 189 yards rushing…In the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5, started as the
offensive line provided Holcomb enough time to throw for 429 yards and 3 TDs, as the offense totaled 447 net
yards of offense.
2001: Played in 16 contests with 15 starts at right tackle…Saw action at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 21, but did not start due
to a broken hand…Part of an offensive line that helped the Rams lead the NFL in first downs (357), total yards
(6,690), passing yards (4,663) and scoring (503)…Saw action at right tackle in Super Bowl XXXVI vs. New
England…Led the way for QB Kurt Warner to lead the NFL in passer rating (101.4) and in passing yards (4,830)
en route to his second NFL MVP award in three seasons…Also helped RB Marshall Faulk become the first play-
er in NFL history to have over 2,000 total yards from scrimmage in four consecutive years.
2000: Started all 16 games at right tackle for the first time in his career…Helped Rams offense gain an NFL record
7,075 total yards on the season…Rams offense also established new NFL marks for most yards gained passing in
a season (5,232), most consecutive 30-point games (14) and most consecutive 20-point games (28)… Blocked for
NFL Most Valuable Player Marshall Faulk, who recorded an NFL record 26 TDs…Participated in 963-of-1013 offen-
sive plays (95.1%)…Made first NFL start and helped offense gain 513 total yards vs. Denver on Sept. 4.
1999: Played in 16 games and three playoff games and on special teams…Scored first career TD on a 2-yard
pass from Kurt Warner on a tackle-eligible play at Detroit on Nov. 7…Caught a 1-yard TD pass on a tackle-eligi-
ble play against Minnesota in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game…Also saw action at both tackle positions during
the regular season.
1998: Saw action in four games on offense and on special teams…Participated on the special teams unit during
the first three games of the season…Saw action at guard at New Orleans on Nov. 15…Inactive for nine contests
with a neck injury.
1997: Played in seven games with most of his action on special teams…Spent the beginning of the season on
the physically unable to perform list due to a knee injury suffered in workouts at the 1997 Senior Bowl…Played
in his first NFL game at Green Bay on Nov. 2.
COLLEGE: Produced streak of 14 consecutive games with blocking grades of 90% or better during his junior and
senior seasons…Starting center during the last two seasons at TCU after moving from left tackle…Two-time all-con-
ference selection…Started collegiate career as a tight end…Caught 5 passes for 231 yards and 2 TDs as a freshman.
PERSONAL: Lettered in football and basketball for Robert E. Lee (Midland, Texas) High School…Donates his time
to various non-profit organizations including the Taste of the NFL program to benefit the Cleveland Foodbank…
Brother, Rex, plays offensive guard for the St. Louis Rams…He and his wife, Karla, have two sons, Trevor
(8/13/01) and Trenton (1/27/03), and one daughter, Taryn, (1/19/05).

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                                          LB MASON UNCK 53
                                          YEAR W/ BROWNS: 4TH                             BIRTHDATE: MARCH. 30, 1980
                                          YEAR IN NFL: 3RD                                ACQUIRED: FA – ’03
                                          HEIGHT: 6-3                                     COLLEGE: ARIZONA STATE
                                          WEIGHT: 238
                                          GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (1             1
                                                                        /0); 2004 (1 /0); 2005 (16/0).
                                          CAREER GAMES: 28 games, 0 starts.
                                          POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed as an undrafted free agent by
                 Cleveland on May 2, 2003…Waived by Cleveland on Aug. 31, 2003…                           FUN FACTS
                 Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Sept. 1, 2003…Signed by             • Built his home in Arizona along
                 Cleveland to the active roster on Nov. 26, 2003…Allocated by Cleveland to          with his father during the past two
                 NFL Europe on March 3, 2004…Waived by Cleveland on September 5,                    offseasons.
                 2004…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on September 6,                   • During NFL Europe 2004 season,
       PLAYERS




                 2004…Signed by Cleveland to the active roster on Oct. 15, 2004.                    changed his number from 53 to 40
Veterans




                                                                                                    in honor of Pat Tillman, U.S. Army
                                    SEASONAL REVIEWS                                                Ranger and former Arizona Cardi-
                                                                                                    nal killed in Afghanistan, who was
                 2005: Played in all 16 regular season games for the first time in his NFL          Unck’s host during his recruiting
                 career…Ranked tied for third on the team with 13 special teams tackles…            trip to Arizona State in 1997, as the
                 Also added 1 forced fumble and 1 recovered fumble on special teams…                two remained close as Tillman play-
                 Tallied 1 special teams tackle in the season opener vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 11…    ed for the hometown Cardinals.
                 Recorded a season-high 2 special teams tackles vs. Chicago on Oct. 9…
                 Matched the effort at Cincinnati on Dec. 11, with 2 special teams tackles…Threw a key block on PR Dennis Northcutt’s
                 62-yard punt return for a TD in the 3rd quarter to open a 20-16 lead in the season finale vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, 2006.
                 2004: Allocated to NFL Europe and started 10 games at MLB for Frankfurt and was named first-team defensive
                 honors for the developmental league…Led Frankfurt with 65 tackles, including 45 solo, 3 interceptions, and also
                 added 4 PBU and 2 forced fumbles…Returned to the Browns for training camp and was waived on the final
                 cut-down to the 53-man roster…Signed by the Browns to the practice squad and spent the first five weeks of
                 the regular season on the practice squad…Signed to the active roster on Oct. 15, and appeared in 11 games main-
                 ly as a special teams standout and finished the season tied for the team lead with 18 special teams tackles…
                 Also played reserve linebacker and totaled 5 tackles, including 4 solo…Made his season debut vs. Cincinnati on
                 Oct. 17, and made 1 special teams tackle…Added 2 special teams tackles vs. Philadelphia on Oct. 24, and led the
                 team with 5 special team stops at Baltimore on Nov. 7…Had a key block on KR Richard Alston’s 74-yard kickoff
                 return vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 14, and added 2 special teams tackles vs. N.Y. Jets on Nov. 21…Added 2 special
                 teams tackles at Cincinnati on Nov. 28…Saw action at linebacker with 1 tackle vs. New England on Dec. 5…
                 Recorded a career-high 4 tackles at linebacker at Buffalo on Dec. 12, and also added 4 special teams tackles vs.
                 the Bills…Played on special teams vs. San Diego on Dec. 19, and at Miami on Dec. 26…In the regular season
                 finale at Houston on Jan. 2, added 1 special teams tackle.
                 2003: Joined the Browns as an undrafted rookie free agent from Arizona State and spent the first 11 weeks of
                 the regular season on the practice squad…Signed by Cleveland to the active roster on Nov. 26, and played in one
                 game with 1 special teams tackle…Made his NFL debut at Seattle on Nov. 26, and played LB and also appeared
                 on special teams with 1 tackle…Was listed as inactive for the final four regular season games.
                 COLLEGE: In 2002 had 124 tackles and 1 interception as a senior, and added 14 tackles in the Holiday Bowl…
                 Added 70 tackles his junior year…In 2000, finished the season with 9 tackles, 1 TFL and 1 PBU…In 1999, earned
                 the Gail Scott Most Improved Defensive Player award and earned Pac-10 All-Freshman Team honors by The
                 Seattle Post-Intelligencer…Started 10 of 12 games and tallied 57 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 9 TFL...Redshirted in 1998.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Bonneville (Ogden, Utah) High School and was named to all-region, all-area, and all-state
                 teams in 1997 and collected 85 tackles, 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 5 recovered fumbles, 8 sacks and 6 PBU
                 as a senior...Also lettered in basketball…His father, two uncles and one cousin all played college baseball…
                 Communications major…Full name: Mason Douglas Unck…Born in Ogden, Utah…Active in the Cleveland com-
                 munity with support to various charitable endeavors including building a playground for the United Way’s
                 ”Hometown Huddle” program, the Taste of the NFL program to benefit the Cleveland Foodbank and the
                 Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway program.
                                                       UNCK’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 4 at Buffalo 12/12/04

                 UNCK’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                  TACKLES                       QB     INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
                 YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK                  YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
                 2003 Cleveland 1 0      0     0    0   0 0.0               0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0        1
                 2004 Cleveland 11 0     5     4    1   0 0.0               0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       18
                 2005 Cleveland 16 0     0     0    0   0 0.0               0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       13
                 NFL TOTALS     28 0     5     4    1   0 0.0               0.0  0   0    0   0 0 0 0 0 0       32

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                        DL TED WASHINGTON 92
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                        BIRTHDATE: APRIL 13, 1968
                        YEAR IN NFL: 16TH                          ACQUIRED: UFA (OAK.) – ’06
                        HEIGHT: 6-5                                COLLEGE: LOUISVILLE
                        WEIGHT: 365
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 1 1 (1
                                                  99 6/0); 1  992 (16/6, 2/0); 1      2/1
                                                                                993 (1 2, 2/0); 1994 (15/15);
                        1      6/1 ,
                         995 (1 5 2/2); 1       6/1 /1); 997 (1 6); 1
                                         996 (1 6,1 1                        6/1 /1); 999 (1 6,1 2000
                                                                6/1 998 (1 6,1 1            6/1 /1);
                          6/1       1 6/1 , /1); 2002 (2/2); 2003 (1 0, 3/3); 2004 (1 6); 2005 (1 6).
                        (1 6); 200 (1 5 1                            0/1               6/1          6/1
                        CAREER GAMES: 2 games, 1 starts.
                                         15          87
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 13 games, 9 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by San Francisco in the first-
round, 26th overall, in the 1991 NFL Draft…Traded by San Francisco to                FUN FACTS
Denver on April 20, 1994…Signed by Buffalo as an unrestricted free agent     • 15-year veteran has played in 215
on Feb. 24, 1995…Signed by Chicago as an unrestricted free agent on            career games and totaled 985
April 16, 2001…Traded by Chicago to New England on Aug. 20,                    tackles and 34.5 sacks.
2003…Signed by Oakland as an unrestricted free agent on March 3, 2004.
                                                                             • Four-time Pro Bowl selection




                                                                                                                     PLAYERS
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Fifteen-year NFL veteran and four-time Pro Bowl             (1997, 1998, 2000, 2001).




                                                                                                                           Veterans
selection (1997, 1998, 2000, 2001)…Has played in 215 career games,           • Father, Ted, played linebacker for
including 187 starts and totaled 985 tackles, 34.5 sacks 26 PBU and 10         the Houston Oilers from 1973-82.
forced fumbles in his NFL career with San Francisco, Denver, Buffalo,
Chicago, New England and Oakland.                                            • Participated in a coaching intern-
                                                                               ship with NFL Europe during the
                   SEASONAL REVIEW                                             spring of 2006.

2005: In his second season with Oakland, started all 16 games at nose tackle and tallied 44 tackles, including 35
solo, 2 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Started vs. San Diego on Oct. 16, and registered 6 solo tackles…Added 7 tack-
les and 1 PBU at Tennessee on Oct. 30…Started at Washington on Nov. 20, with 1 tackle, 1 PBU and 1 forced fum-
ble…Started vs. N.Y. Jets on Dec. 11, with 3 solo tackles…Started and added 4 tackles, including 3 solo vs.
Cleveland on Dec. 18…Added 3 solo tackles at Denver on Dec. 24.
2004: Signed by Oakland and started all 16 games and recorded 41 tackles, 3 sacks for 17 yards, 1 PBU and 1
forced fumble…Made his Oakland debut by starting at Pittsburgh on Sept. 12, with 1 tackle….Added 5 tackles
and 1 PBU at Houston on Oct. 3…Had 1 tackle and 1 sack for 10 yards at Indianapolis on Oct. 10…Made 6 tack-
les vs. New Orleans on Oct. 24, and 4 tackles at San Diego on Oct. 31…Started and added 4 tackles at San Diego
on Nov. 21, and added 5 tackles at Kansas City on Dec. 5…Added 4 tackles, 1 sack and 1 forced fumble at Kansas
City on Dec. 25…In the regular season finale vs. Jacksonville on Jan. 2, made 4 tackles and his third sack.
2003: Traded from Chicago to New England and started 10 games at nose tackle for the Patriots and helped their
run defense rank fourth in the NFL, up from 31st the previous year…Finished the year with 45 tackles, including
33 solo, 2 sacks and 1 forced fumble…Registered 5 tackles in his New England debut at Buffalo on Sept. 7…
Played in his 175th career game at Philadelphia on Sept. 14, and registered 3 tackles, 1 sack and 1 forced fum-
ble…Listed as inactive for six games…Returned to the lineup and started vs. Dallas on Nov. 16, with 6 tackles…
Added a sack and 4 tackles at Houston on Nov. 23…Added 8 tackles at Indianapolis on Nov. 30, and made a key
play to secure a victory as he stuffed the runner for one-yard loss on fourth-and-goal with 11 seconds remaining
in the 4th quarter…Season-high 9 tackles vs. Miami on Dec. 7, in AFC East clinching win….In the AFC Divisional
Playoff Game vs. Tennessee on Jan. 10, started and added 6 tackles…In the AFC Championship Game vs.
Indianapolis on Jan. 18, started at nose tackle and had 3 solo tackles…Started at nose tackle in Super Bowl
XXXVIII vs. Carolina on Feb. 1, and recorded 1 PBU.
2002: In his second season with the Bears, started two games at left defensive tackle before going on Injured
Reserve for the first time in his career…Finished the year with 9 tackles and 1 PBU…Suffered a fractured led and
torn ligament in his left foot…Began the year with 8 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Minnesota on Sept. 8…Started at
Atlanta on Sept. 15, and posted 1 tackle before suffering his season-ending injury…Listed as inactive for the next
nine consecutive weeks before being placed on Injured Reserve on Nov. 29.
2001: Signed by Chicago and earned his fourth career Pro Bowl berth and started 15-of-16 games at nose tack-
le…Named first-team All-Pro by Associated Press, Football Digest and The Sporting News…Recorded 50 tackles,
1.5 sacks and 5 PBU…Made his Bears debut at Baltimore on Sept. 9, and delivered 4 tackles and 2 forced fum-
bles…Ended his 88-game consecutive start streak vs. San Francisco on Oct. 28, with 4 tackles and 1 PBU…Added
5 tackles and 1 PBU vs. Cleveland on Nov. 4…Had 3 tackles and 1 recovered fumble vs. Green Bay on Nov. 11…
Recorded 5 tackles and shared a sack vs. Detroit on Dec. 2…Season-high 6 tackles at Green Bay on Dec. 9…In the
NFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Philadelphia on Jan. 19, had 1 tackle.
2000: Earned his third Pro Bowl appearance and started all 16 games and recorded 86 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 1
forced fumble with Buffalo…Extended his string of consecutive starts to 83 while starting all 16 games for the
fifth consecutive year…Recorded 9 tackles in the season opener vs. Tennessee on Sept. 3…Posted a sack and 4
tackles vs. Green Bay on Sept. 10…Had a season-high 12 tackles at N.Y. Jets on Sept. 17…Added 11 tackles vs.
San Diego on Oct. 15…Had 1.5 sacks and 4 tackles vs. Tampa Bay on Nov. 26.
1999: In his fifth season with Buffalo, started all 16 games for the fourth consecutive season and finished with

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                 87 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 1 PBU…Started at Indianapolis on Sept. 12, and recorded 6 tackles…Posted 4 tackles
                 and shared a sack vs. N.Y. Jets on Sept. 29…Had a season-high 13 tackles vs. Oakland on Oct. 17…Recorded 6
                 tackles and 2 sacks vs. New England on Nov. 28…In the AFC Wild Card Game at Tennessee on Jan. 8, started at
                 defensive tackle.
                 1998: Named to Pro Bowl squad for the second consecutive year with a career-high 4.5 sacks and added 101 tack-
                 les in 16 starts at nose tackle for Buffalo…Topped the 100-tackle barrier for the third consecutive season…Tallied
                 7 tackles and a shared sack at Miami on Sept. 13…Tackled Greg Hill in the end zone for a 4th quarter safety vs.
                 Atlanta on Sept. 20…Recorded 3 tackles, 3 PBU and his second career interception at Indianapolis on Oct. 11…Had
                 a season-high 10 tackles vs. Jacksonville on Oct. 18…Picked up 8 tackles, 1 sack and 1 forced fumble vs. Miami on
                 Nov. 1…Added a sack and 3 tackles at New England on Nov. 29…Recorded a sack on the first play from scrimmage
                 at Cincinnati on Dec. 6…Made his eighth career playoff appearance in AFC Wild Card Game at Miami on Jan. 2.
                 1997: Earned his first Pro Bowl berth while starting all 16 games for Buffalo at nose tackle…Also honored as
                 first-team All-Pro by Sports Illustrated, first-team All-NFL by Football Digest and All-AFC by Football News and Pro
                 Football Weekly…Led Buffalo with 124 tackles, 105 solo, topping the 100-tackle plateau for the second straight
                 season…Also added 4 sacks and a career-high 6 PBU...Created a turnover with a PBU vs. Miami on Nov. 2…Led
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                 team with a career-high 17 tackles at Chicago on Dec. 7, and recorded his 500th career tackle.
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                 1996: In his second year with Buffalo, recorded a career-high 130 tackles to rank third on Buffalo with the sec-
                 ond highest total tackles by a defensive lineman in Bills history…Paced Buffalo defense to lead the league in run
                 defense…Recorded his first sack of the year at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 1…Blocked a field goal vs. New England on
                 Sept. 8…Tied for the team lead with 12 tackles at Philadelphia on Nov. 10…Recorded his first multi-sack game of
                 his career vs. Indianapolis on Dec. 1…Led team with 8 tackles vs. Kansas City on Dec. 22…In the postseason, led
                 the team with 10 tackles in the AFC Wild Card Game vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 28.
                 1995: Signed by Buffalo and anchored the interior of the Bills 3-4 defense and started 15-of-16 games…Helped
                 lead the unit to a marked improvement with 86 tackles, 2.5 sacks and 1 PBU…In the opener at Denver on Sept.
                 3, recorded 10 tackles…Notched his first sack vs. Carolina on Sept. 10…Recorded 5 tackles and 1 sack at Miami
                 on Oct. 29…Kicked off his 88-game start streak which lasted until the 2001 season at St. Louis on Dec. 10…In two
                 postseason starts, totaled 19 tackles, including 14 solo.
                 1994: Traded by San Francisco to Denver and started in 15 games for the Broncos and posted 82 tackles, 2 sacks,
                 3 PBU, 2 forced fumbles and 1 interception…Forced two turnovers vs. Kansas City on Oct. 17, as a PBU turned
                 into an interception and forced a 4th quarter fumble…Recorded his first career interception at San Diego on
                 Oct. 23…Forced a fumble vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 27, and this game started a streak of 119-consecutive games
                 which lasted until the 2002 season.
                 1993: Started 12 games for the 49ers and finished with 41 tackles, 3 sacks and 2 PBU…Missed four games due
                 to injury…Created a turnover with a PBU that resulted in an interception vs. L.A. Rams on Oct. 31…Led team with
                 6 tackles and 1 sack vs. New Orleans on Nov. 22…In the NFC Championship Game at Dallas on Jan. 23, suffered
                 a broken leg.
                 1992: Started six of 16 games, splitting time between nose tackle and defensive end…Finished the year with 35
                 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 PBU…Had 1 sack and 1 PBU at N.Y. Jets on Sept. 20…In the postseason, notched 3 tackles
                 and 1 PBU in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game vs. Washington on Jan. 9…In the NFC Championship Game vs.
                 Dallas on Jan. 17, recorded 5 tackles.
                 1991: In his rookie season with San Francisco, played in all 16 games with 21 tackles, including 20 solo, and 1
                 sack…Made his NFL debut with 1 tackle at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 2…Registered his first NFL sack at Atlanta on
                 Nov. 13.
                 COLLEGE: Stands as the third-highest draft pick ever from Louisville behind LB Otis Wilson (19th, Chicago in
                 1980) and G Bruce Armstrong (23rd, New England in 1987)…Recorded 294 tackles with 27 sacks and 1 intercep-
                 tion, while starting 34-of-45 games during his collegiate career (1987-90)…Played on the inside and outside of
                 the defensive line during his four-year career and recorded seven sacks in each of his final three seasons…
                 Finished his senior year as a Redbird as an All-South Independent selection with 76 tackles and 3 blocked field
                 goals, closing career with a Fiesta Bowl win over Alabama…Played in the Senior and Japan Bowls…Registered
                 four games of 10 or more tackles on his way to 66 tackles as a junior…Named All-Metro Conference with career-
                 high 86 tackles as a sophomore…Majored in physical education.
                 PERSONAL: Participated in football, basketball, track and wrestling at Tampa Tech High School…Was Florida
                 state champion in wrestling as a senior in the unlimited weight class…Father, Ted, played linebacker for the
                 Houston Oilers (1973-82)…He and his wife have three sons and two daughters.

                                                 WASHINGTON’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 TACKLES: 17 at Chicago 12/7/97
                 SACKS: 2, vs. Indianapolis 12/1/96; at New England 11/28/99
                 INTERCEPTIONS: 1 at San Diego 10/23/94; at Indianapolis 10/11/98
                 FORCED FUMBLES: 1, 10 times: latest at Kansas City 12/25/04
                 FUMBLE RECOVERED: 1, 2 times: latest vs. Green Bay 11/11/01

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WASHINGTON’S CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                              TACKLES                         QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES   SP T
YEAR TEAM      GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK                YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
1991 San Fran. 16 0     21 20    1    - 1.0               4.0  -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -        -
1992 San Fran. 16 6     35 27    8    - 2.0              15.0  -  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 -        -
1993 San Fran. 12 12 41 36       5    - 3.5              19.0  -  0    0   0 0 2 0 0 -        -
1994 Denver     15 15 85 49     33 - 2.0                  8.0  -  1    5   5 0 3 2 0 -        -
1995 Buffalo    16 15 86 55     31 - 2.5                 19.0  -  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 -        -
1996 Buffalo    16 16 130 105 25 - 3.5                   29.0  -  0    0   0 0 3 0 0 -        -
1997 Buffalo    16 16 124 105 19 - 4.0                   21.0  -  0    0   0 0 6 1 1 -        -
1998 Buffalo    16 16 101 65    36 - 4.5                 32.5  -  1    0   0 0 0 1 0 -        -
1999 Buffalo    16 16 87 47     40 - 2.5                  4.0  -  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 -        -
2000 Buffalo    16 16 86 57     29 - 2.5                 18.5  -  0    0   0 0 0 1 0 -        -
2001 Chicago    16 15 50 28     22 - 1.5                 11.0  -  0    0   0 0 5 2 1 -        -
2002 Chicago     2 2    9   2    7    - 0.0               0.0  -  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 -        -
2003 New Eng. 10 10 45 33       12 - 2.0                  7.0  -  0    0   0 0 0 1 0 -        -




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2004 Oakland    16 16 41 33      8    - 3.0              17.0  -  0    0   0 0 1 1 0 -        -
2005 Oakland    16 16 44 35      9    - 0.0               0.0  -  0    0   0 0 2 1 0 -        -




                                                                                                                            Veterans
NFL TOTALS     215 187 985 697 285 - 34.5                205   -  2    5   5 0 26 10 2 -      -

WASHINGTON’S CAREER POSTSEASON DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
                             TACKLES            QB    INTERCEPTIONS FUMBLES SP T
YEAR TEAM     GP GS TOT SOLO ASST TFL SK YDS PRE NO YDS LG TD PD FF FR YDS TACKLE
1992 S.F.      2 0     8   6    2   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
1993 S.F.      2 0     2   2    0   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
1995 Buffalo   2 2    19 14     5   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
1996 Buffalo   1 1    10   7    3   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
1998 Buffalo   1 1     6   1    5   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
1999 Buffalo   1 1     3   2    1   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
2001 Chicago   1 1     1   1    0   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 0 0 0 -      -
2003 New Eng. 3 3     10   5    5   - 0.0 0.0    -  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 -      -
NFL TOTALS    13 9    59 38    21 - 0.0 0.0      -  0    0   0 0 1 0 0 -      -


                        TE KELLEN WINSLOW 80
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: JULY 21, 1983
                        YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                              ACQUIRED: D(1) – ’04
                        HEIGHT: 6-4                                   COLLEGE: MIAMI (FLA.)
                        WEIGHT: 248
                        GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (2/2); 2005 (0/0).
                        CAREER GAMES: 2 games, 2 starts.
                        POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Drafted by Cleveland in the first round, sixth
overall, in the 2004 NFL Draft.                                                       FUN FACTS
                                                                              • Active in the Cleveland communi-
                     SEASON REVIEW                                              ty by dontaing his time to holiday
                                                                                programs including Toys for Tots
2005: Placed on Reserve-Non Football Injury list on July 29, after suffer-
                                                                                and the USO.
ing a knee injury during a motorcycle accident in the spring.
                                                                               • Father, Kellen, a former San Diego
2004: Highly anticipated rookie season was cut short due to a right fibu-        Chargers tight end was inducted
la injury the second week of the season that ended the first-round draft         into the Pro Football Hall of Fame
choice’s season…Started in two games at tight end and totaled 5 recep-           in 1995.
tions for 50 yards, including a long of 21 yards…Made his NFL debut by
starting at tight end in the opener vs. Baltimore on Sept. 12, and led the club with 4 receptions for 39 yards (9.8
avg.), including a long of 21 yards…Late in the 3rd quarter, made a key play as he connected with QB Jeff Garcia
for a 21-yard catch on a 3rd and 10 play out to the Ravens 47-yard line, and two plays later Garcia connected with
WR Quincy Morgan on a 46-yard TD to open a 10-3 lead…2 of his 4 receptions were for first downs…Also played
special teams on punt rush unit…Started at tight end at Dallas on Sept. 19, with 1 reception for 11 yards…
Suffered a right fibula injury on the second last play of the game on an onside kick…Was listed as inactive the
following week at N.Y. Giants on Sept. 26, due to the fibula injury…Was placed on Injured Reserve on Sept. 29.
COLLEGE: One of the finest tight ends to ever suit up in the storied Miami Hurricanes history…Has the same fiery
nature and athletic ability that his father, Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow, Sr., showed during his glorious career
with the San Diego Chargers…Two-year starter caught 119 passes for 1,365 yards (11.5 avg.) and 9 TDs in 38
games…His 119 catches rank fifth on the school’s career-record list and were the most ever by a Miami tight

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                 end…In 2003, All-American first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report, Associated Press, American Football
                 Coaches Association and Walter Camp, adding second-team honors from Sports Illustrated…Winner of the John
                 Mackey Award, given to the nation’s premier tight end…All-Big East Conference first-team choice…Started every
                 game, except vs. Syracuse, leading the team with 60 receptions for 605 yards (10.1 avg.) and 1 TD…In 2002,
                 CNN.SI.com All-American first-team selection…All-Big East Conference first-team choice by the league’s coach-
                 es and a finalist for the Mackey Award in his first season as a starter…Led the team with 57 receptions for a
                 career-high 726 yards (12.7 avg) and 8 TDs…His 57 catches broke the old school season-record (for tight ends)
                 of 54 receptions by Glenn Dennison in 1983, while his 726 yards shattered Dennison’s tight end mark of 594 yards
                 (1983)…His eight scores set another Hurricane tight end season-record, surpassing the previous mark of seven
                 by Jeremy Shockey in 2001…Led the team in catches in six contests…In 2001, was one of four true freshmen to
                 letter…Caught 2 passes for 34 yards (17.0 avg) in a reserve role…Added 6 tackles, 3 solos, including one that
                 resulted in a safety on special teams.
                 PERSONAL: Attended Scripps Ranch (San Diego, Calif.) High…One of the nation’s most highly regarded all-
                 around players who played extensively at three different positions (receiver, tight end and defensive end) during
                 his career...Caught 45 passes for 800 yards and 9 TDs in his senior season of 2000...Made 32 catches for 600 yards
                 and 13 TDs as a junior in 1999...Collected 115 tackles, 8 sacks and 5 recovered fumbles, in addition to 3 inter-
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                 ceptions and 3 forced fumbles as a senior on defense...Named his conference's Defensive Player-of-the-Year in
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                 2000...Also punted and kicked off on special teams as a senior...Averaged 39 yards on 36 punts as a senior (one
                 of his punts traveled 85 yards)…Made three of five field goal attempts, including a 35-yarder, and was 10-of-12
                 on conversion kicks...Recorded 32 tackles and 13 sacks with 3 recovered fumbles and 1 interception on defense
                 in 1999...Rated the No. 41 prospect, regardless of position, in California by Super Prep...Rated the No. 6 “Jumbo
                 Athlete” in the nation by Super Prep in the summer of 2000...Honor roll student…Son of Kellen Winslow and
                 Katrina Ramsey…Father is a Pro Football Hall of Fame tight end, a former San Diego Chargers and University of
                 Missouri star, who currently is a motivational speaker and television sports analyst...Uncle, David Winslow,
                 played college basketball at Northeast Missouri State and professionally in Australia...Born Kellen Boswell
                 Winslow II on July 21, 1983…Resides in San Diego, Calif.
                                                WINSLOW’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
                 RECEPTIONS: 4 vs. Baltimore 9/12/04
                 RECEIVING YARDS: 39 vs. Baltimore 9/12/04
                 LONG RECEPTION: 21 vs. Baltimore 9/12/04

                 WINSLOW’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                                                     RECEIVING                               SP T
                 YEAR    TEAM              GP        GS         NO           YDS        AVG             LG         TD       TACKLE
                 2004    Cleveland          2         2          5            50        10.0            21          0         0
                 2005    Cleveland          0         0          0             0         0.0             0          0         0
                 NFL     TOTALS            2         2           5            50        10.0            21          0         0


                                         RB JASON WRIGHT 29
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                           BIRTHDATE: JULY 12, 1982
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 2ND                              ACQUIRED: FA – ’05
                                         HEIGHT: 5-10                                  COLLEGE: NORTHWESTERN
                                         WEIGHT: 210
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2004 (2/0); 2005 (3/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 5 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally signed by San Francisco as an undrafted rookie free agent on April 26,
                 2004…Waived by San Francisco on Aug. 31, 2004…Signed by Atlanta to the practice squad on Sept. 7, 2004…
                 Waived by Atlanta on Oct. 19, 2004…Signed by Atlanta to the practice squad on Oct. 25, 2004…Signed by Atlanta
                 to the active roster on Dec. 14, 2004…Waived by Atlanta on Sept. 3, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice
                 squad on Sept. 13, 2005…Signed by Cleveland from the practice squad to the active roster on Nov. 3, 2005…
                 Waived by Cleveland on Dec. 16, 2005…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Dec. 20, 2005…Signed by
                 Cleveland as a future/reserve free agent on Jan. 4, 2006.

                                                       SEASONAL REVIEWS
                 2005: Began the year in training camp with Atlanta and was waived at the end of camp…Signed by Cleveland
                 to the practice squad on Sept. 13, and spent seven weeks on the club's practice squad…Signed by Cleveland to
                 the active roster on Nov. 3, and played in three games with 11 carries for 27 yards (2.4 avg.) and 1 rushing TD
                 and added 3 receptions for 15 yards…Made his Browns debut vs. Tennessee on Nov. 6, and had 8 carries for 19
                 yards, including his first-career rushing TD on a 6-yard TD scamper and 3 receptions for 15 yards…Also played
                 at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, with 1 kickoff return for 17 yards…Added 3 carries for 8 yards vs. Miami on Nov. 20…
                 Listed as inactive for the next three contest at Minnesota on Nov. 27, vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4, and at Cincinnati

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on Dec. 11…Waived by Cleveland on Dec. 16, as injuries at the tight end position forced the Browns to sign TE
Paul Irons from the practice squad to the active roster…Signed by Cleveland to the practice squad on Dec. 20,
and spent the final two weeks of the regular season on the practice squad.
2004: Signed by San Francisco as an undrafted rookie free agent…Waived by San Francisco at the end of train-
ing camp and signed with Atlanta to the practice squad…Spent 12 weeks on the Falcons’ practice squad before
joining Atlanta’s 53-man roster on Dec. 14…Played in two games with 3 carries for 10 yards (3.3 avg.), including
a long of 8 yards…Made his NFL debut vs. Carolina on Dec. 18, with 2 carries for 2 yards…Added 1 rush for 8
yards at New Orleans on Dec. 26…Inactive for the regular season finale, the NFC Divisional Playoff Game and the
NFC Championship Game.
COLLEGE: Finished career as the fourth all-time leading rusher with 2,625 yards, third all-time all-purpose
yardage leader with 4,030 yards and fourth all-time leading scorer with 210 points in Northwestern school histo-
ry…In his collegiate career totaled 2,625 yards and 32 TDs on 487 carries (5.4 avg.), and added 577 yards and 2
TDs on 54 receptions (10.7 avg.) and 828 yards with 1 TD on 31 kickoff returns…Became the only player in school
history to rush for 4 TDs in a game on three separate occasions in one season and the third player to record a
pair of 1,000-yard rushing seasons in school history.




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PERSONAL: Lettered in football and track at Diamond Bar (Calif.) High School…Finished career with 4,268 yards




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on 519 carries and 357 yards on 36 receptions with 58 total TDs…Two-time first-team Academic All-America
selection at Northwestern where he was a double-major in psychology and pre-medicine…Scored in the 92nd
percentile on the MCAT exam in the fall of 2003…Sang the national anthem prior to the 2003 Northwestern-Ohio
State men’s basketball game…Born Jason Gomillion Wright on July 12, 1982 in Diamond Bar, Calif.
                                  WRIGHT’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
RUSHING ATTEMPTS: 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
RUSHING YARDS: 19 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
LONG RUSH: 6t vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
RUSHING TDS: 1 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
RECEPTIONS: 3 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
RECEPTIONS YARDS: 15 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
LONG RECEPTION: 15 vs. Tennessee 11/6/05
WRIGHT’S CAREER OFFENSIVE STATISTICS
                                                  RUSHING                                 RECEIVING
YEAR    TEAM          GP     GS        ATT    YDS    AVG LG          TD        NO     YDS AVG       LG       TD
2004    Cleveland      2      0         3      10     3.3 9           0         0       0      0.0   0        0
2005    Cleveland      3      0        11      27     2.5 6           1         3      15      5.0  15        0
NFL     TOTALS        5      0         14      37    2.6  9           1         3      15     5.0   15        0


                       OL DAVE YOVANOVITS 68
                       YEAR W/ BROWNS: 2ND                          BIRTHDATE: MARCH 6, 1981
                       YEAR IN NFL: 4TH                             ACQUIRED: W (N.Y.J.) – ’05
                       HEIGHT: 6-3                                  COLLEGE: TEMPLE
                       WEIGHT: 300
                       GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2003 (0/0); 2004 (4/0, 0/0); 2005 (2/1).
                       CAREER GAMES: 6 games, 1 start.
                       POSTSEASON GAMES: 0 games, 0 starts.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by the New York Jets in the seventh round, 237th overall, of the
2003 NFL Draft…Waived by New York on Sept. 6, 2004…Signed by the New York Jets to the practice squad on
Sept. 7, 2004…Signed by the New York Jets to the active roster on Oct. 13, 2004…Waived by New York on Aug. 8,
2005…Claimed by Cleveland via waivers on Aug. 9, 2005.

                                     SEASONAL REVIEWS
2005: In his first season with the Browns, earned a roster spot as a backup guard and appeared in two games,
including one start…Began the year with the N.Y. Jets and was claimed by the Browns via waivers during train-
ing camp…Listed as inactive for the first seven weeks…Made his Browns debut by playing on special teams vs.
Tennessee on Nov. 6…Dressed but did not play at Pittsburgh on Nov. 13, vs. Miami on Nov. 20, at Minnesota on
Nov. 27, and vs. Jacksonville on Dec. 4…Listed as inactive for the next three games…In the regular season finale
vs. Baltimore on Jan. 1, made his first career start at RG filling in for the injured Cosey Coleman (knee), in a
20-16 win over the Ravens.
2004: Played in four games for the New York Jets, mostly on special teams…Started the season on the practice
squad before being signed to the active roster on Oct. 13…Saw action in field goal protection vs. San Francisco
on Oct. 17, and at New England on Oct. 24…Participated on both offense and field goal protection in Monday

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                 Night Football win over Miami on Nov. 1, and saw action on special teams at Buffalo on Nov. 7…Was inactive for
                 weeks 9-16, as well as the Jets’ 20-17 OT loss at San Diego in an AFC Wild Card playoff game.
                 2003: Earned a roster spot with the New York Jets, however was inactive for all 16 regular season games.
                 COLLEGE: Played every snap in 40 of his 45 career games at Temple (1999-2002)…As a senior in 2002, partici-
                 pated in 854 plays and started every game at left tackle…Registered 81 knockdowns and helped the offense aver-
                 age 317.8 yards per game…Started nine contests as a junior in 2001 and posted 56 knockdowns as the offense
                 averaged 285.3 yards per game…Started every game at left tackle as a sophomore in 2000…Played as a true
                 freshman in 1999 and moved into the starting lineup at right tackle…Helped the team account for 15 TDs and
                 2,250 yards passing.
                 PERSONAL: Is the son of Kenneth and Katherine Yovanovits…Majored in environmental engineering at Temple
                 and was named to the Dean’s List in the spring of 2001…Cited on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll in the fall
                 of 2001 and the spring of 2002….Was a three-year varsity letter winner on both the offensive and defensive lines
                 at Hopatcong (N.J.) High School…Earned First-Team All-West Jersey, All-Area and All-League honors as a sen-
                 ior in 1998… Received Second-Team All-West Jersey, Third-Team All-Group II, All-Area and All-League accolades
                 as a junior.
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                                         P DAVE ZASTUDIL 15
                                         YEAR W/ BROWNS: 1ST                            BIRTHDATE: OCT. 26, 1978
                                         YEAR IN NFL: 5TH                               ACQUIRED: UFA (BALT.) – ’06
                                         HEIGHT: 6-3                                    COLLEGE: OHIO UNIVERSITY
                                         WEIGHT: 220
                                         GAMES PLAYED/STARTED: 2002 (16/0); 2003 (16/0); 2004 (13/0); 2005 (16/0).
                                         CAREER GAMES: 61 games, 0 starts.
                                         POSTSEASON GAMES: 1 game, 0 starts.

                 CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Baltimore in the fourth-
                 round, 112th overall, of the 2002 NFL Draft…Signed by Cleveland to a                   FUN FACTS
                 five-year contract as an unrestricted free agent on March 12, 2006.            • Lettered in football, basketball
                                                                                                  and baseball at Bay Village (Ohio)
                 CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: Four-year NFL veteran possesses a potent combina-
                                                                                                  High School.
                 tion of leg power and accuracy and has totaled 327 punts for 13,618 yards
                 (41.6 avg.) with 89 kicks inside the 20-yard line and a long of 67 yards.      • Participated this past spring in an
                                                                                                  NFL and NFL Players Association
                                   SEASONAL REVIEWS                                               three-day executive education
                                                                                                  program at the Wharton School
                 2005: In his fourth season with Baltimore, played in all 16 regular season       at the University of Pennsylvania.
                 games and punted 84 times for 3,653 yards for a career-high 43.5 average,      • Interned at McDonald Invest-
                 placed 11 In20, with a long of 60 yards and 7 touchbacks…In the opener vs.       ments in downtown Cleveland in
                 Indianapolis on Sept. 11, punted 4 times for 159 yadrs (39.8 avg.), with a       its bond trading department in
                 long of 45 yards and forced 3 fair catches…Punted 9 times for 379 yards          the 2003 off-season.
                 (42.1 avg.), with a long of 53 yards and 1 In20, and had a punt blocked in
                 the end zone punting from a short set at Tennessee on Sept. 18…Recorded 5 punts for 231 yards (46.2 avg.), includ-
                 ing a long of 51 yards and placed 1 In20 vs. N.Y. Jets on Oct. 2…Added 4 punts for 164 yards (41.0 avg.), with a
                 long of 53 yards at Detroit on Oct. 9…Punted 5 times for 238 yards (47.6 avg.), with a season-long 60 yards and 1
                 In20 vs. Cleveland on Oct. 16…Played in his 50th career game at Chicago on Oct. 23, and recorded 9 punts for 397
                 yards (44.1 avg.), and 1 In20…Punted only 1 time for 41 yards at Pittsburgh on Oct. 31, the lowest number of punts
                 in a game in his NFL career…Booted 3 punts for 143 yards (47.7 avg.), with a long of 56 yards and 1 TB vs.
                 Cincinnati on Nov. 6…Punted 7 times for 312 yards (44.6 avg.), with a long of 57 yards at Jacksonville on Nov. 13…
                 Added 8 punts for 350 yards (43.8 avg.), with a long of 52 yards and 2 In20 vs. Pittsburgh on Nov. 20… Punted 4
                 times for 188 yards (47.0 avg.), with 1 TB at Cincinnati on Nov. 27…Added 8 punts for 321 yards (40.1 avg.), with
                 1 In20 and added 1 special teams tackle vs. Houston on Dec. 4…Recorded 3 punts for 107 yards (35.7 avg.), with
                 a long of 53 yards at Denver on Dec. 11…Added 4 punts for 161 yards (40.3 avg.), with 2 In20 vs. Green Bay on
                 Dec. 19…Had 2 punts for 103 yards (51.5 avg.), with a long of 55 yards vs. Minnesota on Dec. 25…In the regular
                 season finale at Cleveland on Jan. 1, recorded 8 punts for 359 yards (44.9 avg.), with 1 In20 and a long of 58 yards.
                 2004: Saw action in 13 games and totaled 73 punts for 2,948 yards (40.4 avg.), and ranked third in the AFC
                 with 26 punts In20, and a long of 61 yards…Missed three games with a shoulder injury suffered vs. N.Y. Jets on
                 Nov. 14…Recorded 7 punts for 294 yards (42.0 avg.), with a long of 53 yards, 3 In20 vs. Pittsburgh on Sept. 19…
                 Punted 6 times for 243 yards (40.5 avg.), with 2 In20 at Washington on Oct. 10…Had a season-high 43.9 yard
                 average and a season-long 61 yard punt at Philadelphia on Oct. 31, with 7 punts for 307 yards and 1 In20…Added
                 5 punts for 233 yards (46.6 avg.), with a long of 55 yards, 2 In20 vs. Cleveland on Nov. 7…Had 2 punts for 95 yards
                 (47.5 avg.), with a long of 59 yards and 1 In20 at N.Y. Jets on Nov. 14…In the regular season finale vs. Miami on
                 Jan. 2, recorded 6 punts for 232 yards (38.7 avg.), with 2 In20.
                 2003: Played in all 16 regular season games with 89 punts for 3,649 yards (41.0 avg.), with 21 In20 and a career-

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long of 67 yards…Also played in one post-season game with 8 punts for a 48.8 yard average in the Wild Card
playoff game vs. Tennessee on Jan. 3, 2004…Had a career-long 67 yard punt vs. Kansas City on Sept. 28, and fin-
ished with 5 punts for 204 yards (40.8 avg.) and 2 In20…Recorded 7 punts for 326 yards (46.6 avg.) and 1 In20 at
Miami on Nov. 16…In the regular season finale vs. Pittsburgh on Dec. 28, punted 7 times for 275 yards (39.3 avg.),
with 2 In20 and posted 1 special teams tackle, despite missing some of the 2nd and 3rd quarters with a broken
nose and mild concussion.
2002: In his rookie season with the Ravens, appeared in all 16 regular season games and recorded 81 punts for
3,368 yards (41.6 avg.), a long of 61 yards and tied for second in the NFL with 31 punts In20…Finished seventh
in the AFC with a 41.6 average yards per punt…Named to the Pro Football Weekly All-Rookie team…Recorded 6
punts for 315 yards (52.5 avg.), including a career-long 61 yards vs. Denver on Sept. 30…Punted 9 times for 411
yards (45.7 avg.) and a season-high 5 In20 and a long of 60 yards at Miami on Nov. 17…Had 4 punts for 170 yards
(42.5 avg.), with a long of 51 yards at Houston on Dec. 15…In the regular season finale, had two punts for 64
yards, including 1 In20 at Pittsburgh on Dec. 29.
COLLEGE: First-team All-America selection by Football News, adding second-team honors from the Associated
Press as a senior...All-Mid American Conference first-team and MAC Special Teams Co-Player of the Year after




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top punter in the nation...Helped the Bobcats lead the nation in net punting (42.6 avg.)...As a senior had 50 punts
for 2,280 yards (45.6 avg.), 16 In20, 7 touchbacks and a long of 74 yards...First-team All-MAC selection as a jun-
ior after averaging 44.3 yards, which ranked fifth in the nation, on 47 punts with 19 In20, 6 touchbacks and a long
of 69 yards...Helped the Bobcats to a fourth-place national ranking in net punting (39.7)...MAC Special Teams
Player of the Year and first-team All-MAC punter as a sophomore after leading the league and ranking 14th
nationally with a 43.2-yard average...Punted 60 times for 2,595 yards, with 13 In20 and 9 touchbacks…Against
Buffalo, broke his own school record with a 56.5 average on 4 punts, tying for the second-best punting game in
MAC history...Selected first-team All-MAC (coaches, Football News) as a freshman...Also named to the Football
News Freshman All-America team...Ranked fourth in the nation and first in the MAC in punting average
(45.3)...Finished with 50 punts for 2,266 yards, including a school record 75-yarder against Akron...Graduated
with a double major in finance and marketing.
PERSONAL: Played quarterback, punter and kicker and led his team to an 8-2 record and a conference champi-
onship at Bay Village (OH) High School...Team finished fifth in the Division III ranks as a senior, as he passed for
806 yards on 46 completions and accumulated 2,282 yards passing in his career...Averaged 40.7 yards per kick as
a senior with a long of 67 yards...Made 19 consecutive PATs and averaged 57 yards per kickoff...Made 6 FGs with
a long of 42 yards...Twice selected All-State and All-Conference as a punter...Made the All-District squad as a
kicker and All-Conference team as a quarterback...Helped the baseball team to the conference and district cham-
pionships...Earned four letters in baseball, three in football and one in basketball...Won the Kiwanis Academic
Achievement Scholastic Art Award...Interned at McDonald Investments (Cleveland) in its bond trading depart-
ment in the 2003 offseason...Participated in Gatorade Junior Training Camps...Married the former Jen Willis on
April 9, 2005...Name is pronounced: ZAST-tuh-dill...Full name: David Michael Zastudil.

                                    ZASTUDIL’S SINGLE-GAME CAREER HIGHS
PUNTS: 9 at Miami 11/17/02; at Tennessee 9/18/05; at Pittsburgh 10/31/05
MOST PUNT YARDAGE:411 at Miami 11/17/02
LONG PUNT: 67 vs. Kansas City 9/28/03
INSIDE 20: 5 at Miami 11/17/02

ZASTUDIL’S CAREER SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                                                 OPP
YEAR    TEAM           G      NO      YDS       AVG      RET     YDS      NET       TB       IN20       LG     BLK
2002    Baltimore      16      81     3368      41.6      40     471      33.7       5        31        61      2
2003    Baltimore      16      89     3649      41.0      42     354      35.2       8        21        67      0
2004    Baltimore      13      73     2948      40.4      24     181      34.6      12        26        61      0
2005    Baltimore      16      84     3653      43.5      55     481      35.7       7        11        60      1
NFL     TOTALS         61     327    13618      41.6     161    1,487     34.8      32        89        67      3

ZASTUDIL’S CAREER POSTSEASON SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS
                                                    OPP
YEAR TEAM          G    NO    YDS     AVG    RET    YDS                   NET        TB      IN20       LG     BLK
2003  Baltimore    1     8    390     48.8    8      70                   40.0        0        0        56      0
NFL   TOTALS       1     8    390     48.8    8      70                   40.0       0         0        56      0




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                                                LB KAMERION WIMBLEY 95
                                                YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                                YEAR IN NFL: R
                                                HEIGHT: 6-3
                                                WEIGHT: 245
                                                BIRTHDATE: OCT. 13, 1983
                                                ACQUIRED: D1 - ’06
                                                COLLEGE: FLORIDA STATE

                        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the first round, 13th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
                        COLLEGE: In 49 games with Florida State, started 12 games, and finished with 108 tackles, 67 solo, 12 sacks for
                        85 yards, 23.5 TFL, 31 QB pressures, 3 recovered fumbles, 1 forced fumble and 8 PBU…Ranks sixteenth in school
                        history with 23.5 TFL and his 11 TFL in 2005 rank tied for 19th on the school's season-record list…Played in 48
                        consecutive games, before a knee injury snapped the streak vs. North Carolina State in 2005.
                        2005: Took over the right defensive end duties and was named All-Atlantic Coast Conference second-team selec-
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                        tion…Started the first nine games of the season at right defensive end and totaled 26 tackles, 11 solo, 7.5 sacks
                        for 56 yards, 11 TFL, 17 QB pressures and 4 PBU…Missed two games due to a left knee sprain…Earned the
                        Hinesman Award from the coaching staff as the most dominating player during spring practice in 2005.
                        2004: Played in every game, starting two games at right defensive end and finished with 27 tackles, 13 solo, 2
                        sacks for 13 yards, 5.5 TFL, 7 QB pressures and 1 PBU...Was part of a defensive unit that allowed only 83.1 yards
                        per game and 2.4 yards per carry on the ground during the season...The Seminoles’ defense also allowed a con-
                        ference-low five rushing TDs.
                        2003: Played in every game, including one start at right defensive end…Recorded a career-high 38 tackles, 30
                        solo, with 2.5 sacks for 16 yards, 7 TFL, 7 QB pressures, 2 PBU, 1 forced fumble and 1 recovered fumble.
                        2002: One of eight true freshmen to letter, and played in every game as a reserve defensive end…Recorded 17
                        tackles, 13 solo, with 2 recovered fumbles and 1 PBU.
                        PERSONAL: Attended Northwest (Wichita, Kan.) High School…Graduated from Northwest High in December of
                        2001, a semester early and enrolled at Florida State in the spring of 2002…Competed as a defensive end,
                        linebacker, quarterback, receiver and punter…Earned Parade Magazine All-American honors during his senior
                        season and was considered to be one of the top high school athletes in the nation…Also earned Super Prep
                        All-American accolades and was the fifth-rated prospect in the state of Kansas…Was the fourth-rated defensive
                        end in the nation by Rivals100.com and named to the Prep Star Dream Team...Social Work major…Born on
                        Oct. 13, 1983 in Wichita, Kan.


                                                LB D’QWELL JACKSON 58
                                                YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                                YEAR IN NFL: R
                                                HEIGHT: 6-0
                                                WEIGHT: 228
                                                BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 26, 1983
                                                ACQUIRED: D2 - ’06
                                                COLLEGE: MARYLAND

                        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the second round, 34th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
                        COLLEGE: In 48 games at Maryland, started 34 contests and became only the seventh player in school history to
                        record over 400 tackles…His 447 tackles rank fourth on the all-time record list…Finished his career with 10.5
                        sacks for 62 yards, 24 TFL, 15 QB pressures, 4 forced fumbles, 1 recovered fumble, 6 interceptions, 8 PBU and 1
                        blocked kick…In 2005, became only the second Maryland player to earn Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive
                        Player of the Year honors…His 24 TFL is tied for twelfth on the school's career-record list…One of only three play-
                        ers from Maryland to lead the team in tackles three consecutive seasons.
                        2005: All-American first-team selection by the American Football Coaches Association and The Sporting News,
                        adding second-team honors from The NFL Draft Report…All-Atlantic Coast Conference first-team pick and
                        Defensive Player of the Year…Team captain who ranked second in the nation with an average of 13.7 tackles per
                        game…Led the team and the ACC with a career-high 137 tackles, 56 solo, ranked second on the team with 4 sacks
                        for 19 yards and led the defense with 6.5 TFL…Also added 2 interceptions for 22 yards, 1 PBU and 1 QB pressure.
                        2004: All-American first-team selection by College Football News, adding honorable mention from Pro Football
                        Weekly…All-ACC first-team choice and team captain…Started every game at middle linebacker and led the con-
                        ference with 123 tackles, 63 solo, and finished second on the team with 4 sacks for 26 yards…Added 7 TFL, 1 QB
                        pressure, 1 forced fumble, 1 recovered fumble, 2 interceptions for 36 yards and 5 PBU.
                        2003: Second-team All-ACC selection…Moved into the starting lineup at middle linebacker and led the team and
                        ranked seventh in the conference with 136 tackles, 90 solo, 2.5 sacks for 17 yards, 7.5 TFL, 10 QB pressures, 1
                        forced fumble and 2 PBU…Added 2 interceptions, including a 58-yard return for TD…Also blocked a kick.
                        2002: Valuable reserve who played in all 14 games, leading all freshmen defenders with 51 tackles, 38 solo, 3
                        TFL, 2 forced fumbles and 3 QB pressures.

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PERSONAL: Attended Seminole (Seminole, Fla.) High School…Lettered three times in football, competing as a
fullback, linebacker, quarterback and punter…First team All-State selection by the Associated Press as a junior
and senior, adding first-team All-Conference, All-District and All-Sun Coast honors in his final year…All-Time
Warner first-team pick and an All-Dixie region selection by Super Prep…Also garnered All-Southeast Region hon-
ors from Prep Star…Played in the prestigious Florida-Georgia All-Star game, where he led all tacklers with ten
stops in a 40-13 Florida win…Seminole High went 23-4 in his last two years and made the regional finals both
seasons…The 2000 team was undefeated in the regular season and finished 12-1…Recorded 91 tackles with 10
sacks as a linebacker and also rushed for 950 yards (5.7 avg.) and 13 TDs as a fullback during his senior sea-
son…Registered 150 tackles with 16 TFL, 4 forced fumbles and 4 recovered fumbles as a junior and was the quar-
terback in 2000…Vice president of the Varsity Lettermen’s Club…Criminology and Criminal Justice major…
Served as a mentor for youngsters at a Florida elementary school…Son of Debra and Willie Jackson (raised by
his grandmother)…Born D’Qwell Jackson on Sept. 26, 1983 in Largo, Florida...Name is pronounced dee-KWELL.


                        WR TRAVIS WILSON 81
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                        YEAR IN NFL: R




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                        HEIGHT: 6-1
                        WEIGHT: 213
                        BIRTHDATE: FEB. 11, 1984
                        ACQUIRED: D3 - ’06
                        COLLEGE: OKLAHOMA

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the third round, 78th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
COLLEGE: Finished his career at Oklahoma as one of the top receivers in school history with 105 receptions for
1,315 yards (12.5 avg.) and 17 TDs in 42 games, including 17 starts…His 17 TDs rank second, 105 receptions rank
eighth and his 1,315 yards rank 13th on the school’s record list…Also totaled 77 yards and 1 TD on four revers-
es (19.3 avg.) and 18 kickoff returns for 303 yards (16.8 avg.)…Had a breakout junior season with 11 TDs recep-
tions, second most in school history and 50 receptions, which ranked 13th on the school's season-record list.
2005: Changes at QB and mid-season injury limited Wilson to 25 receptions for 310 yards (12.4 avg.) and 1 TD…
Despite the challenges, still managed to lead the team in receiving…Started six of the first nine games before
missing the next two due to a high ankle sprain…Added 61 yards and 1 TD on two reverse plays…Had 9 kickoff
returns for 168 yards (18.7 avg.)…For the year had 7 receptions for 20 yards or more, and converted 16 recep-
tions for first downs.
2004: Earned All-Big Twelve Conference honorable mention by the league's coaches and the Associated Press...
Played in 13 games, including eight starts, and ranked second on the team with a career-high 50 receptions for
660 yards (13.2 avg.) and led the squad with 11 TDs…His 11 TDs were the second-highest total in school history
(Mark Clayton, 15, 2003)…Also added 135 yards on 9 kickoff returns (15.0 avg.).
2003: Academic All-Big Twelve Conference and CoSIDA Academic All-District first-team choice…Played in all 14
games, including two starts, and caught 25 passes for 295 yards (11.8 avg.) and 4 TDs.
2002: Appeared in eight games with 5 receptions for 50 yards (10.0 avg.) and 1 TD.
PERSONAL: Attended Creekview (Carrollton, Tex.) High School…During his senior year, rated by Blue Chip
Report and Prep Football Report among the nation's top twenty-five receivers…Set school season-records with
42 catches for 1,098 yards (26.1 avg.) and 14 TDs as a senior…As a senior, also competed as a cornerback with
4 interceptions and 17 tackles and also returned 5 kickoffs for 166 yards (33.2 avg.), including an 87-yard kickoff
return and a 77-yard punt return, both for TDs…As a junior, caught 27 passes for 400 yards and 7 TDs…His team
compiled a 15-6 record in his final two seasons…Also lettered in basketball and ran track as a junior…University
Studies major…Earned Academic All-Big Twelve Conference and CoSIDA Academic All-District first-team honors
in 2003…Son of Wendy Wilson...Born on Feb. 11, 1984 in Carrollton, Texas.


                        LB LEON WILLIAMS 94
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                        YEAR IN NFL: R
                        HEIGHT: 6-2
                        WEIGHT: 238
                        BIRTHDATE: JULY 30, 1983
                        ACQUIRED: D4a - ’06
                        COLLEGE: MIAMI (FLA.)

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the fourth round, 110th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
COLLEGE: Appeared in 47 games with the Hurricanes, started six games, and recorded 146 tackles, 80 solo, 2.5
sacks for 27 yards, 12.5 TFL, 4 PBU and 1 forced fumble…Versatile player with experience at both the outside and
middle linebacker positions…Also key contributor on special teams with 36 tackles on special teams.
2005: A Butkus Award semi-finalist…Played in every game at middle linebacker and recorded 54 tackles, 35 solo,
with 3.5 TFL, 2 PBU and 1 recovered fumble…Helped the team rank fourth in the nation in total defense, allow-
ing only 270.1 yards per game…Also gained 51 yards after taking a handoff on another fumble recovery.

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                        2004: Recorded a career-high 56 tackles, 20 solo, 2.5 sacks for 27 yards, 8 TFL, 1 recovered fumble, 1 forced fum-
                        ble and 1 PBU.
                        2003: Played in every game as a reserve inside linebacker and finished with 22 tackles, 16 solo, 1 TFL and 1
                        PBU…Saw action on the special teams coverage units.
                        2002: Played reserve middle linebacker with 14 tackles, including 9 solo…Also played on special teams.
                        2001: Redshirt and worked on the scout team.
                        PERSONAL: Attended Canarsie (Brooklyn, N.Y.) High School…Dubbed by Parade Magazine as the best college
                        football prospect in the New York City area in 25 years…Earned All-American by Parade Magazine and named
                        USA Today first-team All-American as a senior…Named Gatorade Player of the Year for the state of New York,
                        and added Super Prep All-American and Elite 50 honors…As a senior linebacker, recorded 98 tackles, 12 sacks,
                        4 recovered fumbles and 3 interceptions…As a junior, played tight end with 20 catches for 219 yards and 3
                        TDs…Liberal Arts major…Son of Veronica Sims…Full name: Leon E'srom Williams…Born on July 30, 1983 in
                        Brooklyn, N.Y.


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                                                YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                                YEAR IN NFL: R
                                                HEIGHT: 6-3
                                                WEIGHT: 324
                                                BIRTHDATE: MAY 4, 1982
                                                ACQUIRED: D4b - ’06
                                                COLLEGE: INDIANA

                        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the fourth round, 112th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
                        COLLEGE: Three-year starter who played in 27 games at the demanding left offensive tackle position.
                        2005: Started each game at left tackle as the offense generated 3,859 yards, an average of 350.8 yards per
                        game…Collected 73 key blocks including 7 TD-resulting blocks.
                        2004: Injuries plagued his season as he started in the first four games at left tackle…Suffered a wrist injury vs.
                        Michigan State which sidelined him for the final seven contests…Also suffered a fracture in his right arm in prac-
                        tice and underwent surgery to have a rod and six screws inserted.
                        2003: Moved into the starting lineup at left offensive tackle…Helped the offense average 321.8 yards per
                        game…Collected 63 knockdowns with 7 TD-resulting blocks, while participating in 967 plays, including 82 on spe-
                        cial teams.
                        2002: Played in every game and was listed second on the depth chart at left offensive guard.
                        2001: Redshirted as a freshman, performing on the scout team as an offensive guard.
                        PERSONAL: Attended Doss (Louisville, Ky.) High School…Four-year starter at offensive tackle and defensive
                        end…During his senior season, recorded 12 solo tackles against eventual Class 4A State Champion High
                        School…Also played basketball and competed in track and field…Participant at the Kentucky State Track and
                        Field Meet in the shot put…General Studies major…Son of Dwaina Brooks and Alfred Sowells…Born on May 4,
                        1982 in Louisville, Ky.


                                                RB JEROME HARRISON 35
                                                YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                                YEAR IN NFL: R
                                                HEIGHT: 5-9
                                                WEIGHT: 199
                                                BIRTHDATE: FEB. 26, 1983
                                                ACQUIRED: D5a - ’06
                                                COLLEGE: WASHINGTON STATE

                        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the fifth round, 145th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
                        COLLEGE: Played two seasons at Washington State after transferring from Pasadena City Junior College
                        (Calif.)…Played in 22 games, including 16 starts for Washington State and totaled 482 carries for 2,800 yards (5.8
                        avg.) and 25 TDs…Finished his career by rushing for at least 100 yards or more in his final 14 games, including
                        four 200-yard rushing performances…Also added 34 receptions for 275 yards (8.1 avg.) and 1 TD…Finished his
                        career at Washington State as the school’s leader in single-season yards rushing (1,900), second in career rush-
                        ing TDs (25), second in single-season all-purpose yards (2,113), fifth in career rushing yards (2,800), sixth in
                        career rushing attempts (482) and sixth in all-purpose yards (3,267)…In the spring of 2005, earned the nickname
                        “Ghost” for the way he seemed to disappear for long runs coming out of the backfield…Lettered twice (2002-03)
                        at Pasadena City Junior College (Calif.) and gained 2,092 yards with 21 TDs on 296 rushing attempts (7.1 avg.),
                        becoming the first player to rush for over 1,000 yards twice in a career…Also added 31 receptions for 299 yards
                        and 1 TD.

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2005: Consensus All-American first-team selection and unanimous All-Pac 10 Conference first-team choice…
Ranked third in the nation in both rushing (172.7 ypg) and all-purpose yardage (192.1 ypg)…Led the Pac-10 with
a school season-record 1,900 yards and 16 TDs on 308 carries (6.2 avg.)…Caught a career-high 24 passes for 206
yards (8.6 avg.) and 1 TD…Led the team in scoring with 102 points…Amassed 2,113 all-purpose yards…Ran for
at least 100 yards in each of the team’s eleven games, including a school record four 200-yard performances.
2004: Transferred to Washington State and named All-Pac 10 Conference honorable mention…Played in every
game, starting the final five contests and led the team with 900 yards on 174 carries (5.2 avg.) and 9 TDs…Added
10 receptions for 69 yards (6.9 avg.) and returned 10 kickoffs for 172 yards and 1 punt return for 13 yards.
2003: At Pasadena City Junior College (Calif.) named All-Mission Conference first-team selection…Named City
College Player of the Year and Male Athlete of the Year…Rushed 174 times for 1,059 yards (6.1 avg.) and 10 TDs.
2002: Played at Pasadena City Junior College (Calif.) and played in seven games with 790 yards on 100 carries
(7.9 avg.) and 9 TDs.
2001: Enrolled at Eastern Michigan, but failed to qualify under NCAA Proposition 48 rules.
PERSONAL: Attended Kalamazoo (Mich.) High School…All-American honorable mention and Detroit Free Press
All-State selection as a senior…Added All-Conference first-team and All-State honorable mention during his




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up 2,338 yards and 31 TDs…Humanities/Communications major…Son of Debbie and Jerome Purcell…Born on
Feb. 26, 1983 in Kalamazoo, Mich.


                        DB DEMARIO MINTER 22
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                        YEAR IN NFL: R
                        HEIGHT: 5-11
                        WEIGHT: 190
                        BIRTHDATE: FEB. 20, 1984
                        ACQUIRED: D5b - ’06
                        COLLEGE: GEORGIA

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the fifth round, 152nd overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
COLLEGE: Played in 49 games, including 26 starts for Georgia and recorded 134 tackles, 96 solo, 7.5 TFL, 23 PBU,
2 interceptions and 1 recovered fumble.
2005: All-Southeastern Conference second-team choice by The NFL Draft Report…Started every game at strong-
side cornerback and recorded 48 tackles, 3.5 TFL, 2 QB pressures, 1 forced fumble, 9 PBU and 2 interceptions.
2004: Named the team's Most Improved Defensive Back and was the recipient of the Defensive Most Improved
Player Award and the Iron Man Award…Moved into the starting lineup at strong-side cornerback…Ranked fifth
on the team with 51 tackles, 3.5 TFL, 1 QB pressure, 1 recovered fumble and 10 PBU.
2003: Appeared in twelve games and finished with 16 tackles…Part of a defense that ranked second in the nation
in scoring defense (14.5 ppg), fourth in total defense (276.8 ypg) and sixth in passing defense (174.5 ypg).
2002: Played in twelve games as a reserve cornerback and recorded 19 tackles and 4 PBU…Part of a defense that
finished first in the SEC and fourth nationally in scoring defense (15.1 ppg), first in the SEC in red zone defense
(58.8%), second in the SEC and 19th nationally in rush defense (114.0 ypg), fourth in the SEC and 15th national-
ly in total defense (303.5 ypg).
PERSONAL: Attended Stephenson (Stone Mountain, Ga.) High School…Super Prep All-Dixie selection…
Earned Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Super Southern 100”, Top 50 in Georgia and 5A All-State honorable
mention as a senior…Had 52 tackles, 4 interceptions and 18 PBU during his senior year…Recorded 35 tackles
and 2 interceptions as a junior…Participant in the 2001 Georgia-Florida High School Football Game…All-State
selection in track…Ran personal bests of 10.7 seconds in the 100- meter dash and 21.9 in the 200…Also compet-
ed on the school’s 4x100-meter relay team…Speech Communications major…Born Feb. 20, 1984 in Stone
Mountain, Ga.


                        FB LAWRENCE VICKERS 47
                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                        YEAR IN NFL: R
                        HEIGHT: 6-0
                        WEIGHT: 233
                        BIRTHDATE: MAY 8, 1983
                        ACQUIRED: D6a - ’06
                        COLLEGE: COLORADO

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 180th overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
COLLEGE: Versatile player with speed, good blocking ability and natural hands who started 20-of-47 games for
Colorado and finished his career with 635 yards on 171 carries (3.7 avg.) and 12 TDs, and added 70 catches for

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                        572 yards (8.2 avg.) and 3 receiving TDs…Only the tenth player in school history to gain over 500 yards rushing
                        and receiving during a career…Also participated on special teams throughout his career and totaled 18 special
                        teams tackles…At Colorado, wore jersey number 34 as a freshman and sophomore, but switched to 17 as a jun-
                        ior after several personal tragedies to serve as a reminder.
                        2005: All-American second-team and All-Big Twelve Conference first-team selection by The NFL Draft Report…
                        Played in every game, starting seven contests, and rushed for a career-high 258 yards (3.5 avg.) on 73 carries and
                        9 TDs nine…Added 26 passes for 152 yards (5.8 avg.) and 2 TDs.
                        2004: Recipient of the Tom McMahon Award for dedication and work ethic…Played in every game, starting
                        seven times, and rushed 63 times for 252 yards (4.0 avg.) and 2 TDs…Added 28 receptions for 290 yards (10.4
                        avg.)…Earned team Offensive Back of the Week for the North Texas and Texas A&M games.
                        2003: Played in eleven games, starting six games, and finished with 28 carries for 100 yards (3.6 avg.) and 1
                        TD…Added 15 receptions for 123 yards (8.2 avg.) and 1 TD.
                        2002: Appeared in 11 games and added 25 yards on 7 carries (3.6 avg.).
                        PERSONAL: Attended Forest Brook (Houston, Tex.) High School…Earned Prep Star All-American honors, adding
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                        Super Prep All-Southwest accolades…Named first-team All-State and All-North Forest League while also being
                        selected first-team All-Greater Houston Area…Offensive MVP of his district during 2001, and was named to
                        the all-district first-team all four years of his prep career…Finished career with 4,610 yards and 70 TDs on 345
                        carries (13.4 avg.)…Also caught 72 passes for 1,950 yards (27.1 avg.) and 24 TDs…As a senior, ran for 1,600 yards
                        on 151 attempts, scoring 21 TDs and caught 17 passes for 500 yards and 4 TDs…As a junior, ran for 960 yards
                        and 17 TDs on just 89 carries…As a sophomore, rushed 70 times for 1,110 yards and 22 TDs…As a freshman,
                        started every game at safety and totaled 75 tackles, 10 forced fumbles and 7 interceptions…Lettered three times
                        in basketball, averaging 20 points, 10 rebounds, three steals and three blocks a game as a senior…In track,
                        Lawrence competed in the high jump (career best of 6-7)…Ethnic Studies/Sociology major…Born May 8, 1983 in
                        Beaumont, Texas.


                                                DL BABATUNDE OSHINOWO 96
                                                YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                                YEAR IN NFL: R
                                                HEIGHT: 6-1
                                                WEIGHT: 302
                                                BIRTHDATE: JAN. 14, 1984
                                                ACQUIRED: D6b - ’06
                                                COLLEGE: STANFORD

                        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 181st overall, in the 2006 NFL Draft.
                        COLLEGE: Played in 44 games at Stanford, including starting the final 34 contests and finished his college career
                        with 143 tackles, 97 solo, 15 sacks for 111 yards, 30 TFL, 3 recovered fumbles, 2 forced fumbles and 5 PBU…
                        Never missed a game due to injury…Excelled on the field and also in the classroom, earning All-Pac 10
                        Conference academic honors three times.
                        2005: As a senior, named Academic All-Pac 10 Conference and All-District VIII choice…Recipient of the Tommy
                        Vardell Award, for the player who best epitomizes excellence in both athletics and academics…Ranked fifth on
                        the team with 54 tackles, 36 solo, third with 4.5 sacks for 37 yards and led the team with a career-high 10.5
                        TFL…Also added 2 recovered fumbles, 1 forced fumble and 3 PBU.
                        2004: Named All-Pac 10 honorable mention, adding Academic All-Pac 10 first-team and Tommy Vardell
                        Award honors…Started every game at nose guard and collected 41 tackles, 29 solo, 3.5 sacks for 21 yards and
                        5.5 TFL.
                        2003: Named honorable mention All-Pac-10 Conference, first-team Academic All-Pac-10 and second-team
                        District VIII Academic All-American…Won the Deswarte-Eller Award as the team's Most Outstanding Sopho-
                        more...Started all 11 games and recorded 25 tackles, 17 solo, led the team with 4 sacks for 30 yards, 8 TFL, 1
                        recovered fumble, 1 forced fumble and 1 PBU.
                        2002: Second-team Academic All-Pac 10 Conference selection…Played in 11 games and recorded 23 tackles, 15
                        solo, 3 sacks for 23 yards, 5 TFL and 1 PBU.
                        2001: Redshirted as a freshman.
                        PERSONAL: Attended Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.) High School…Earned Prep Star All-American honors as a
                        senior defensive lineman…Prep Star also ranked him as the seventh-best defensive line prospect in the
                        Midwest…Added Super Prep All-Midwest Region honors and was a member of Max Emfinger’s Top 300 recruit
                        list…Academically, he was a National Achievement Scholar Finalist, National Merit Commended Award winner,
                        Illinois State and Indian Prairie scholar and a six-time Academic All-Conference…The two-time All-Area,
                        All-Conference and Conference Defensive MVP accounted for 106 tackles, 28 TFL and 11 sacks during his
                        career…He recorded 48 tackles, 13 TFL, 6 sacks, 2 recovered fumbles and 1 forced fumble as a senior, earning

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first-team all-state honors…Competed in the discus at the state track and field meet in 2000 and 2001 and also
threw the shot put…Graduated from Stanford with B.S. in electrical engineering...Co-term student working on
a Master’s degree in electrical engineering...Was the Jazz Band Section leader (trombone) and Wind Symphony
Orchestra section leader (baritone) in high school…Parents Lola and Babatunde, Sr....Sister, Adoeti, is a third
year medical student at Stanford, and younger brother, Timi, will be a freshman at Oregon State and will play
football...Born Babatunde Oluwasegun Temitope Oluwakorede Adisa Oshinowo, Jr. on Jan. 14, 1983 in
Naperville, Ill.


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                        YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                        YEAR IN NFL: R
                        HEIGHT: 6-3
                        WEIGHT: 217
                        BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 17, 1982
                        ACQUIRED: D7 - ’06




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                        COLLEGE: VIRGINIA TECH

CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Originally drafted by Cleveland in the seventh round, 222nd overall, in the 2006 NFL
Draft.
COLLEGE: Started 15-of-52 games during his career at Virginia Tech, with eight starts on defense as a senior and
seven more on offense as a receiver his sophomore campaign…Joined the program as a halfback, switching to
wide receiver in 2002 and then moved back to halfback as a junior, before settling in on defense his final sea-
son…Finished his career with 35 tackles in 13 games on defense and collected 336 yards on 75 carries (4.5 avg.)
and 3 TDs along with 34 receptions for 369 yards (10.8 avg.) and 1 TD in 39 games on offense.
2005: Made the switch to free safety prior to his senior year and played in every game, starting eight con-
tests…Recorded 35 tackles, 15 solo, with 2.5 TFL, 7 PBU and 3 interceptions for 60 yards.
2004: Played in 13 games as a reserve halfback and carried 75 times for 336 yards (4.5 avg.) and 3 TDs…Also
caught 6 passes for 31 yards.
2003: Played in all 13 games, starting six as a receiver and finished second on the team with 23 receptions for
282 yards (12.3 avg.) and 1 TD.
2002: Saw limited action on offense with 5 receptions for 56 yards…Also played on both the field goal and punt
block teams, leading the team with two punt blocks.
2001: Worked at tailback and receiver as a redshirt.
PERSONAL: Attended Clintwood (Va.) High School and rushed for over 5,600 yards and scored 62 TDs…Had
1,153 yards rushing and 19 TDs as a senior, but won first-team Group A all-state honors for his play as a defen-
sive back…Super Prep All-American, ranked the No. 24 running back in the nation and the No. 6 player in
Virginia…Named Prep Star All-American and listed as the No. 3 RB in the Atlantic Region and the No. 26 overall
prospect in the region…Listed the No. 4 player in Virginia by The Roanoke Times…Gained 1,550 yards and tal-
lied 20 TDs in 1999 on the way to first-team all-state honors as a running back…Named the district player of the
year and earned all-district and all-region honors on both offense and defense…Added over 800 yards and 19
TDs his sophomore season…A two-time all-state pick in basketball, averaged 21 points and 13 rebounds as a sen-
ior and 24 points and 12 boards his junior season…Also excelled in track, winning the state title in both the 110-
and 300-meter hurdles his junior year…Graduated with a degree in consumer studies in December, 2005...Son of
Beth Stanley…Grandson of Hank and Jackie Hamilton...Full name: Justin Lee Hamilton…Born on Sept. 17, 1982
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                          DE JERMIAL ASHLEY 93                                         1,192 yards were the second-best rushing season in
                                           YEAR W/ BROWNS: R                           school history…Rushed for 243 yards on 28 carries
                                           YEAR IN NFL: R                              vs. Maryland, the fourth-best rushing total in school
                                           HEIGHT: 6-5                                 history and finished with 316 all-purpose yards…In
                                           WEIGHT: 260                                 2002, played in all 13 games and finished with 703
                                           BIRTHDATE: JAN. 28, 1983                    yards on 144 carries (4.9 avg.) and 9 TDs…Added 10
                                           ACQUIRED: FA – ’06                          kickoff returns for 146 yards…Played against Oregon
                                           COLLEGE: KANSAS                             in the Seattle Bowl and scored on a 12-yard TD run.
                          CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an               PERSONAL: Led Male Traditional High School (Ky.) to
                          undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.                  the Kentucky 4A state championship as a junior and a
                          COLLEGE: An All-Big 12 Second-Team selection on              second-place finish as a senior…All-purpose back
                          the defensive line as a senior…Started all 12 games          who had 125 carries for 935 yards and 52 receptions
                          as a senior and finished with 16 tackles, 3 TFL, 6 QB        for 621 yards as a senior…Third-team all-state running
                          pressures, 4 PBU as 1 sack…An honorable mention              back selection…Also earned all-district and all-region
                          All-Big 12 selection as a junior in 2004, started all 11     honors…Had a 95-yard kickoff return for TD in the
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                          games and contributed with 28 tackles, 15 solo, 9 TFL,
                          6 QB pressures, 4 sacks, 1 recovered fumble and              finished his high school career with 2,820 yards rush-
                          ranked second on the team with 7 PBU…Blocked a               ing and 36 TDs…Played in the Kentucky-Tennessee
                          4th quarter field goal attempt by Kansas State to help       All-Star Game…Also lettered in basketball and track…
                          preserve a Kansas victory…At Tyler Community                 Finished third in the 100 and 200 meters in the 2001
                          College, returned from an injury sophomore season            state championship…Won the Principal’s Award for
                          and finished the year with 41 tackles, 4 sacks, 6 PBU,       leadership and graduated with honors…Majored in
                          3 forced fumbles and 14 QB pressures…Helped guide            health and exercise science…Parents are Larry and
                          Tyler CC to a 10-2 overall record in 2003.                   Gladys Barclay...Born Oct. 15, 1983 in Louisville, Ky.

                          PERSONAL: Attended Fossil Ridge High School
                          (Texas) and earned a total of eight letters in football,     P KYLE BASLER 13
                          basketball and track…Helped the Panthers to the 2001                          YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                          district championship…Son of Jay Johnson and                                  YEAR IN NFL: R
                          Margaret Ashley…Economics major…Born on Jan. 28,                              HEIGHT: 6-3
                          1983 in Ft. Worth, Texas.                                                     WEIGHT: 238
                                                                                                        BIRTHDATE: DEC. 27, 1982
                                                                                                        ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                          RB CHRIS BARCLAY 23                                                           COLLEGE: WASHINGTON STATE
                                           YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                           YEAR IN NFL: R                              CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                                           HEIGHT: 5-10                                undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.
                                           WEIGHT: 180                                 COLLEGE: A four-year letter winner and walk-on at
                                           BIRTHDATE: OCT. 15, 1983
                                                                                       Washington State…Played in all 48 games and set a
                                           ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                                                                                       school record with 255 career punts for 10,794 yards
                                           COLLEGE: WAKE FOREST
                                                                                       (42.3 avg.), 76 In20 and a long of 87 yards…During his
                          CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an               career had 53 punts of 50 yards or longer…Captain his
                          undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.                  junior and senior years...Also named special teams
                                                                                       MVP his last to seasons...In 2005, had 50 punts for
                          COLLEGE: Finished his career at Wake Forest as the
                                                                                       2,029 yards (40.6 avg.) and 12 In20… Named Pac-10
                          school’s career rushing leader in seven categories,
                                                                                       Special Teams Player of the Week with 7 punts of 50
                          including yards rushing (4,032), scoring (240 points),
                                                                                       yards or longer vs. USC…In 2004, had 78 punts for
                          rushing TDs (40), total TDs (40), all-purpose yards
                                                                                       3,361 yards (43.1 avg.) and 19 In20…Named Pac-10
                          (4,930), 200-yard rushing games (3) and 1,000-yard
                                                                                       Special Teams Player of the Week twice and WSU
                          seasons (3)…Finished with 15 career 100-yard rush-
                                                                                       Athletics All-Academic team…Received All-Pac-10
                          ing games…One of only three players in ACC history
                                                                                       Conference honorable mention recognition… Ranked
                          and 31 in Division I history to rush for 4,000 career
                                                                                       third in the Pac-10 and 19th nationally in punting…Set
                          yards and 40 TDs…Finished career as the fifth leading
                                                                                       school records at Arizona averaging 53.4 yards per
                          rusher in ACC history…In 2005, named ACC Player of
                                                                                       kick, including an 87-yarder, the second longest in
                          the Year and Offensive Player of the Year as he rushed
                                                                                       Pac-10 history…In 2003, had 77 punts for 3,351 yards
                          for 1,127 yards on 218 carries (5.2 avg.) and 10 TDs...
                                                                                       (43.5 avg.) and 30 In20…Semi-finalist for the Ray Guy
                          Chosen by teammates as team MVP and named first-
                                                                                       Punter of the Year Award as a sophomore…Named
                          team ACC selection…Selected to play in the Las Vegas
                                                                                       All-Pac-10 honorable mention and ranked 17th nation-
                          All-American Classic…In 2004, named first-team All-
                                                                                       ally in punting…In 2002, had 50 punts for 2,053 yards
                          ACC and earned MVP award by his teammates as he
                                                                                       (41.1 avg.) and 15 In20...Redshirt in 2001.
                          led the ACC in rushing with 1,010 yards on 243 carries
                          (4.2 avg.) and 9 TDs…Became the first player in              PERSONAL: Lettered in football, basketball and base-
                          school history to rush for consecutive 1,000-yard sea-       ball…Captained all three sports senior year and also
                          sons…Added 21 receptions for 118 yards…In 2003,              was a captain in football and basketball as a junior…
                          named second-team All-ACC as he led the conference           Played tight end, quarterback, running back, line-
                          in rushing with 1,192 yards (5.1 avg.) and 12 TDs…His        backer, defensive end, safety and punter/kicker during

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gridiron career…Helped lead Elma High School                   COLLEGE: Senior season earned second-team All-Ivy
(Wash.) to state championships in both football (12-0)         honors after starting all 10 games at left tackle and
and basketball freshman year…Named to the All-                 served as co-captain…Won the team’s Ronald A.
Evergreen League, all-area and all-state teams as a            Rogerson Award, awarded annually to a team mem-
punter…All-State second-team quarterback and                   ber whose spirit and love of the game have served as
threw for 2,245 yards as team reached the State 2A             a special inspiration to his fellow players…Junior sea-
finals… Became the first person to be named to the             son, started all 10 games at left tackle after moving
all-area team four consecutive years…Averaged 43.5             from the defensive line to the offensive line during
yards during four years as a punter…A Northwest                the fall preseason…Started eight of 10 games at
Nugget pick by the Tacoma News Tribune and a Red               defensive tackle in 2003...Played in every game and
Chip selection by the Seattle Times…Selected MVP of            made 11 tackles, 3 solo, including a career-best 5 tack-
the league in basketball and received all-area and all-        les vs. Columbia.
state recognition…Sports management major...Father,            PERSONAL: Born on Oct. 24, 1983 in Mankato,
Doug, played football at Idaho State…Born Kyle                 Minn...At Mankato Loyola High School (Minn.), earn-
Basler on Dec. 27, 1982 in Olympia, Wash.                      ed all-state and all-conference honors as both an offen-




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                                                               sive and defensive lineman...Won five varsity letters
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                                                               as a member of the football team…Earned varsity let-
                  YEAR W/ BROWNS: R                            ters in wrestling (two) and track & field (three)…Ran
                  YEAR IN NFL: R                               the 200 meters and did both the shot put and the dis-
                  HEIGHT: 5-11                                 cus...Academic all-state honoree…Recipient of a
                  WEIGHT: 214                                  Wendy’s Heisman award…Son of Mark and Michele
                  BIRTHDATE: FEB. 12, 1983                     Brielmaier...Has a younger brother, Bret, who plays
                  ACQUIRED: FA – ’06                           basketball at the University of Arizona.
                  COLLEGE: FERRIS STATE
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an                 DB BLAKE FARRIS 25
undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.                                      YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
COLLEGE: Closed out his four-year career as Ferris                               YEAR IN NFL: R
State’s second all-time leading receiver with 234                                HEIGHT: 6-0
                                                                                 WEIGHT: 202
receptions for 3,840 receiving yards and 25 TDs in 43
                                                                                 BIRTHDATE: SEPT. 28, 1984
career outings…Ranked third on Ferris State’s career
                                                                                 ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
leaders list in kickoff returns yardage (1,197), fourth in                       COLLEGE: NORTH ALABAMA
punt return yardage (588), fifth in all-purpose yards
(5,029), and eighth in scoring (164 points)…In 2005,           CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
caught 60 passes for 921 yards and 7 TDs in 11                 undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.
games…Was the teams top receiver for the third con-            COLLEGE: In his senior season helped lead North
secutive season…Earned All-GLIAC First-Team ac-                Alabama to an 11-3 record and a bid into the semifi-
colades for the second straight year (2004-05)...Two-          nal round of the NCAA Division II Playoffs…Finished
time (2004-05) Ferris State Most Valuable Offensive            with 49 tackles, 12 PBU and tied a Gulf South
Skill Player…Earned All-America Honorable Mention              Conference record with 10 interceptions in a season…
by Don Hansen’s Football Gazette and D2Football.com            Selected first-team All-Gulf South Conference, first-
in 2005…Post-season honors in 2005 included being              team Daktronics All-South Region, first-team Football
named to D2Football.com’s All-Northwest Region First-          Gazette All-South Region, first-team All-American by
Team, American Football Coaches Association (AFCA)             Daktronics, Football Gazette, D2Football.com and
All-America Team, Associated Press Little All-America          Dopke.com…In 2004, named second-team All-Gulf
Second Team…Participated in the 2006 Whataburger               South Conference selection and third-team Football
Cactus Bowl in Kingsville, Texas.                              Gazette All-South Region pick as a junior…Made 39
PERSONAL: Born on Feb. 12, 1983 in Grand Rapids,               tackles, 27 solo, 3 TFL, 3 interceptions for 51 yards, 13
Mich…Graduated in 2001 from Creston High School                PBU, 2 forced fumbles and 1 recovered fumble…In
(Mich.) and was coached in football by Sparky                  2003, started each game and recorded 48 tackles, 36
McEwen, who presently is the head coach of the                 solo, 3 TFL, 2 sacks for 18 yards, 2 interceptions for 9
Grand Rapids Rampage Arena Football team...Views               yards and 5 PBU…Played in ten games with seven
his mother and son as the two most important people            starts as a freshman and posted 36 tackles, 30 solo, 2
in his life.                                                   TFL and 1 interception for 15 yards…Also returned 8
                                                               kicks for 196 yards.
OL BEN BRIELMAIER 66                                           PERSONAL: Played cornerback and wide receiver at
                  YEAR W/ BROWNS: R                            Walker High School (Ala.)…Helped lead the Vikings to
                  YEAR IN NFL: R                               three straight playoff appearances…Named all-area
                  HEIGHT: 6-4                                  as a junior and senior, named defensive player of the
                  WEIGHT: 310                                  week four times, and also an all-county selection…
                  BIRTHDATE: OCT. 24, 1983                     Also lettered in track and won state 4 x 100 meter and
                  ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                                                               second in 50 meter dash…Served on North Alabama’s
                  COLLEGE: PRINCETON
                                                               Student-Athlete Advisory Council…Majored in busi-
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an                 ness…Full name is Ronald Blake Farris…Born on
undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.                    Sept. 28, 1984 in Jasper, Ala.

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                          QB DARRELL HACKNEY 7                                          ceptions (6) and fourth in tackles (212)…In 2005,
                                            YEAR W/ BROWNS: R                           defensive leader helping the team through its first full
                                            YEAR IN NFL: R                              season of Division I-A competition and totaled 42 tack-
                                            HEIGHT: 6-0                                 les, 9 PBU and 1 interception…In 2004, played in every
                                            WEIGHT: 240                                 game and anchored the right cornerback position and
                                            BIRTHDATE: AUG. 7, 1983                     led the squad with 6 interceptions for 116 yards and
                                            ACQUIRED: FA – ’06                          added 42 tackles and 11 PBU…Also had two blocks on
                                            COLLEGE: UAB
                                                                                        special teams…In 2003, played in 13 games and had a
                          CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an                career-high 78 tackles, 47 solo, 5 interceptions for 123
                          undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.                   yards and 7 PBU…Earned second-team I-AA Independ-
                                                                                        ent All-Star, First-Team All-South by Don Hansen’s
                          COLLEGE: The most prolific quarterback in UAB his-
                                                                                        Weekly Gazette…In 2002, added 49 tackles, 3 intercep-
                          tory...Finished career as UAB’s all-time passing
                                                                                        tions for 147 yards and 11 PBU…Had an 87-yard inter-
                          leader and fourth in Conference USA history (9,886
                                                                                        ception return for TD vs. James Madison.
                          yards) and finished sixth in conference history in TD
                          passes (71)…During his collegiate career, played in           PERSONAL: Played prep football at Haines City High
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                          41 games, including 38 starts, and completed 694-of-          School (Fla.)…Earned first-team defensive back hon-
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                          1,246 passing for 9,886 yards with 71 TDs and 33              ors for both the Winter Haven News and the Lakeland
                          interceptions…Participated in the 2006 Senior                 Ledger...Named second-team all-state and first-team
                          Bowl… In 2005, registered second straight 3,000-yard          all-county...Tabbed as a top-20 recruit in the state of
                          passing season and finished with 3,180 yards on 242-          Florida by the Grid Iron Report...Had 21 receptions
                          of-386 passing with 22 TDs and 12 interceptions…              for 429 yards and scored 7 TDs, two of which were
                          Threw for 400 yards once and 300 yards on four                defensive...Also the 2000 Long Jump National
                          occasions…Named to Conference USA first-team                  Champion with a leap of 24'10"…Sociology major...
                          offensive unit and led the conference in pass effi-           Son of Brenda Hughley...Also views his stepfather,
                          ciency (144.5), total offense (298.6) and ranked sec-         Tony Calhoon, and sister, Shanita, as important peo-
                          ond in the conference in passing yards per game               ple in his life...Born Nov. 24, 1982 in Plymouth, Fla.
                          (289.1)…In 2004, led the conference with 3,070
                          yards and tied for lead with 26 TDs on 197-of-358             LB KENNY KERN 10
                          passing…Threw for a career-high 448 yards vs.
                                                                                                          YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                          Tulane… Named Conference USA Offensive Player of                                YEAR IN NFL: R
                          the Week in victory over Memphis… In 2003, played                               HEIGHT: 6-0
                          in seven games after suffering season-ending thumb                              WEIGHT: 235
                          injury at TCU on Oct. 1… Finished the year with 1,659                           BIRTHDATE: FEB. 1, 1984
                          yards and 9 TDs on 106-of-209 passing…In 2002, took                             ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                          over the starting duties in the fifth game and                                  COLLEGE: DELAWARE STATE
                          responded with 1,977 yards passing and 14 TDs in 11
                                                                                        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                          games, including eight starts… Named Conference
                                                                                        undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.
                          USA Freshman of the Year by The Sporting News
                          and All-Freshman Team as voted by league’s coach-             COLLEGE: Played his senior year at Delaware State
                          es…Redshirted in 2001.                                        and started in all 11 games as a senior and finished
                                                                                        second on the team with 61 tackles, 7 TFL, 5 sacks,
                          PERSONAL: Attended Douglass High School in
                                                                                        4 PBU, 4 QB pressures, 2 forced fumbles and 2 inter-
                          Atlanta…Passed for over 4,000 yards and 50 TDs in
                                                                                        ceptions…Played his first three collegiate seasons at
                          three seasons (1,500 yards as a senior, 1,240 yards
                                                                                        Mississippi State…Three-year totals at Mississippi
                          and 24 TDs as a junior)…Named honorable mention
                                                                                        State included 62 tackles, 3 TFL and 1 PBU in 25
                          all-state by Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a junior
                                                                                        games…In 2004, played in 11 games, with six starts,
                          and senior…Led team to 8-3 finish his senior season
                                                                                        and recorded 38 tackles, 25 solo, 2 TFL and 1 PBU…In
                          and named team MVP and Atlanta City Quarterback
                                                                                        2003, played in 12 games and added 23 tackles and 1
                          of the Year…Son of Teresa Wynn…Communication
                                                                                        TFL…Played in two games as a true freshman.
                          studies major…Born Aug. 7, 1983 in Atlanta, Ga.
                                                                                        PERSONAL: Ranked among the top 25 middle line-
                          DB WILLIE HUGHLEY 41                                          backers in the country by Max Emfinger…Listed with
                                                                                        the top 37 linebackers in the southeast by PrepStar
                                            YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                                            YEAR IN NFL: R                              magazine/CBS Sportsline.com…Earned first-team all-
                                            HEIGHT: 5-11                                state at linebacker on the Mississippi Association of
                                            WEIGHT: 170                                 Coaches’ Class 4A season-ending team…Named to
                                            BIRTHDATE: NOV. 24, 1982                    the Jackson Clarion-Ledger preseason list of the
                                            ACQUIRED: FA – ’06                          state’s top 40 recruits…Earned first-team, all-state
                                            COLLEGE: FLORIDA ATLANTIC                   honors at linebacker by the Clarion-Ledger following
                                                                                        a standout senior season…Registered 117 tackles and
                          CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                                                                                        7 sacks in helping Clarksdale to the Class 4A state
                          undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.
                                                                                        championship…Selected to play in the Mississippi-
                          COLLEGE: Finished his collegiate career with 212 tack-        Alabama High School All-Star game…Recorded 126
                          les, 139 solo, 15 interceptions for 386 yards and 38          tackles and 2 sacks during a breakout junior sea-
                          PBU in 48 games…Ended his career as the schools               son…Helped his team to the Class 4A state runner-up
                          career leader in interceptions (15), single-season inter-     spot that season...Mother, Joyce Kern, and father,

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KENNY KERN CONTINUED...                                      ANDREW PACE CONTINUED...
Kenneth Hines…Graduated in three years from                  PERSONAL: Captain and three-year letterman for
Mississippi State with a 3.5 GPA in business manage-         Mountain Brook High School (Ala.)...Named Birming-
ment...Born on Feb. 1, 1984 in Clarksdale, Miss.             ham News’ First-Team Super All-State and Alabama
                                                             Sports Writers Association First-Team All-State...
WR BRENT LITTLE 12                                           Played corner in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game...
                  YEAR W/ BROWNS: R                          Class recipient of “Best All-Around Award”... Finished
                  YEAR IN NFL: R                             third in state as hurdler in track...President of FCA
                  HEIGHT: 6-0                                chapter and member of Math Honor Society…
                  WEIGHT: 185                                Four-time SEC Academic Honor Roll recipient…
                  BIRTHDATE: APRIL 3, 1983                   Graduated cum laude with Human and Organi-
                  ACQUIRED: FA – ’06                         zational Development degree…Parents are Anne and
                  COLLEGE: SOUTHERN ILLINOIS                 Duncan, and has two sisters, Sarah and Clarborne,
                                                             and one brother, Wilson...Born on Oct. 7, 1983 in
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                                                             Birmingham, Ala.
undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.
COLLEGE: A three-year starter who finished third in          DB JEREME PERRY 13




                                                                                                                            Rookie Free Agents
                                                                                                                      PLAYERS
school history with 124 career receptions, second
                                                                              YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
with 2,303 receiving yards (18.6 avg.) and second with
                                                                              YEAR IN NFL: R
20 TDs…Named first-team All-Gateway Conference                                HEIGHT: 6-0
in 2004, second-team all-conference in 2005 and hon-                          WEIGHT: 190
orable mention in 2003…Led team in receptions in                              BIRTHDATE: DEC. 15, 1981
each of the last three years…Had his most productive                          ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
season as a junior, in which he averaged 23.5 yards                           COLLEGE: EASTERN MICHIGAN
per catch with 7 TDs…Helped Southern Illinois win
the Gateway Conference regular-season title and              CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
advanced to the I-AA Playoffs in 2003, 2004 and 2005.        undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.

PERSONAL: Played prep football at Poplar Bluff High          COLLEGE: Finished his collegiate career with 121
School (Mo.) and named all-state, all-region and all-        tackles, 58 solo, 4 PBU and 3 forced fumbles in 42
conference his senior year...Caught 35 passes for 815        career games…Earned three letters and was named
yards and 10 TDs as a senior...State long jump cham-         Eastern Michigan’s Most Improved Defensive Back in
pion his senior year...All-state in basketball and track     the spring of 2003…As a senior, played in 10 games
his junior and senior years…Teammate of N.Y. Giants          and totaled 36 tackles, 25 solo, and 1 forced fumble…
RB Brandon Jacobs in 2004…Competed in a qualify-             As a junior, competed in seven games and recorded
ing meet for the Junior Track World team...As a fresh-       30 tackles and 2 forced fumbles…Played in 12 games
man at Southern Illinois, was conference champion in         during the 2003 season and finished with 49 tackles
the long jump...Majored in speech communication...           and 3 PBU…Missed the 2002 season due to a rup-
Born April 3, 1983 in Poplar Bluff, Mo.                      tured spleen…Competed in two games during the
                                                             2001 season before suffering the spleen injury…
                                                             Competed in 11 games as a freshman in 2001 and
DB ANDREW PACE 6                                             earned a varsity letter.
                  YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                  YEAR IN NFL: R                             PERSONAL: Played at Buena Vista High School in
                  HEIGHT: 6-0                                Saginaw, Mich...Three-year letterwinner in football
                  WEIGHT: 198                                and four-year track letterman...Earned all-area honors
                  BIRTHDATE: OCT. 7, 1983                    in football his final two seasons...Named the team’s
                  ACQUIRED: FA – ’06                         Best Back and also winner of the African-American
                  COLLEGE: VANDERBILT                        Athletic Award in his final two seasons...Holds the
                                                             school record for longest rush from scrimmage of 97
CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                                                             yards and ranks third in career rushing yards (2,693),
undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.
                                                             and is second in single-season interceptions (6)…Son
COLLEGE: As a senior, started all 11 games at corner-        of James and Earnestine Perry…Psychology major...
back and shared team’s postseason Most Valuable              Brother, James, played football at Tuskegee Uni-
Defensive Back honors…Finished second on the team            versity…Full name is Jereme Jovon Perry…Born on
with 74 tackles, 59 solo, 4 PBU, 2 forced fumbles and        Dec. 15, 1981 in Saginaw, Mich.
1 interception…Named Defensive Player on the
Game honors for performances against MTSU,
Georgia and Tennessee...As a junior, started every
                                                             WR STEVE SANDERS 10
game at strong safety, running consecutive streak to                          YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
23 games finished with 60 tackles and led the sec-                            YEAR IN NFL: R
                                                                              HEIGHT: 6-3
ondary with 7 PBUs, sharing lead with 4 TFL...Started
                                                                              WEIGHT: 201
every game at strong safety as a sophomore and
                                                                              BIRTHDATE: DEC. 23, 1982
totaled 85 tackles, 45 solo, 3 recovered fumbles, 2                           ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
interceptions and 2 forced fumbles…Played in every                            COLLEGE: BOWLING GREEN
game as a reserve safety and nickel back in passing
situations during the 2002 season and posted 24 tack-        CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
les, 1 TFL, 1 recovered fumble and 3 PBU.                    undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.
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                          STEVE SANDERS CONTINUED...                                    ROB SMITH CONTINUED...
                          COLLEGE: Finished seventh all-time in BGSU history           three straight Class 3A state titles from 1998-2000…
                          with 156 receptions and 2,324 receiving yards, fourth        Paced Highlands to 53-5 record during four years…
                          with 24 TD receptions and tenth with 25 TDs…                 Full name: Robert William Smith. Born on March 8,
                          In 2005, started all 11 games and ranked second on           1984 in Fort Thomas, Ky.
                          the team with 56 catches for 855 yards (15.3 avg.) and
                          14 TDs…His 14 TDs ranked second-highest in BGSU              OL WALTER STITH 67
                          history…In 2004, started in all 12 games and had 55                           YEAR W/ BROWNS: R
                          receptions for 984 yards (17.9 avg.) and 8 TDs…                               YEAR IN NFL: R
                          Added 7 receptions for 123 yards against Memphis in                           HEIGHT: 6-9
                          the GMAC Bowl…In 2003, played in all 14 games,                                WEIGHT: 320
                          including eight starts, and finished with 43 receptions                       BIRTHDATE: JAN. 2, 1983
                          for 466 yards and 1 TD…Added 5 receptions for 74                              ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                          yards and 1 TD in the Motor City Bowl vs. North-                              COLLEGE: NORTH CAROLINA A&T
                          western…In 2002, played in eight games with 2 recep-         CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                          tions for 19 yards and 1 TD…Redshirted in 2001.              undrafted rookie free agent on May 8, 2006.
Rookie Free Agents




                          PERSONAL: A 2001 graduate of East High School in
                PLAYERS




                                                                                       COLLEGE: Finished senior season with 9 pancake
                          Cleveland, Ohio…First-team All-State (Division II)           blocks and also earned first-team All-MEAC honors at
                          choice…Named league MVP and caught 27 passes                 right tackle…Selected to play in the Hula Bowl…
                          for 868 yards and 10 TD...Also lettered in basketball        Earned Week 2 MEAC Offensive Lineman of the
                          and track…Was an all-league point guard and                  Week…Began college career at Western Michigan as
                          MVP at the all-city track meet…Placed second in              a 6-foot-7, 215-pound tight end and gained 13 pounds
                          the 2001 Division I state track and field champi-            after redshirting freshman season to move to the
                          onships in the 300 meter hurdles…Full name: Steven           offensive line...Helped the Broncos rack up more than
                          Ike Sanders…Son of Teresa Mbachu... Brother, Tim             4,000 yards of offense as a reserve left tackle during
                          Majors...Also has a son, Armier...Integrated mathe-          the 2004 season…Played and started 11 games as a
                          matics major…Born on Dec. 23, 1982 in Cleveland,             redshirt sophomore in 2003 and led an offensive line
                          Ohio...Lists Eric Metcalf as his favorite Browns player.     that helped WMU finish eighth in the nation averag-
                                                                                       ing 308 passing yards per game.
                          OL ROB SMITH 50                                              PERSONAL: Attended Booker T. Washington High
                                            YEAR W/ BROWNS: R                          School (Ga.) where he lettered in basketball, football
                                            YEAR IN NFL: R                             and track…Also ran cross country….Participated in
                                            HEIGHT: 6-4                                the city championship in basketball and track and
                                            WEIGHT: 306                                competed in the state playoffs his senior season in
                                            BIRTHDATE: MARCH 8, 1984
                                                                                       football…Son of James and Phyllis Stith…Born on
                                            ACQUIRED: FA – ’06
                                                                                       Jan. 2, 1983 in Atlanta, Ga.
                                            COLLEGE: TENNESSEE
                          CAREER TRANSACTIONS: Signed by Cleveland as an
                          undrafted rookie free agent on May 4, 2006.
                          COLLEGE: Earned three letters at Tennessee and
                          played in 33 career games, including 24 starts…
                          In 2005, named team co-captain and exhibited his
                          team-first mentality when he voluntarily moved
                          from starting left guard position to fill the void at
                          center caused by injuries…Started in all 11 games
                          mainly at center, however also played left guard…
                          Named 2005 CoSIDA Academic All-District second-
                          team selection…In 2004, was the only offensive line-
                          man to start in all 13 games and lined up at left guard
                          for the first time in his career…Earned SEC Offensive
                          Lineman of the Week honors vs. Georgia and at
                          Vanderbilt…Garnered Academic All-SEC honors in
                          2004 and 2003… Redshirted in 2003…Played in nine
                          games in 2002.
                          PERSONAL: First-team All-America by Parade, USA
                          Today, Student Sports, Tom Lemming, SuperPrep,
                          Reebok and PrepStar…Played on East team in U.S.
                          Army All-American Bowl…Kentucky’s No. 1 prospect
                          by SuperPrep and Gatorade Player of the Year in
                          state…Finalist for state Mr. Football in 2001…Named
                          District and Conference Player of the Year as sen-
                          ior…Named to All-Northern Kentucky team by Cin-
                          cinnati Enquirer…Two-time All-State by Kentucky
                          sportswriters…Helped Highlands High School (Ky.) to

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January 3                                                    April 29
Announced the resignation of John Collins as                 Selected LB Kamerion Wimbley (Florida State) in the
President and Chief Executive Officer.                       first round (13th overall), LB D’Qwell Jackson (Mary-
January 4                                                    land) in the second round (34th overall), WR Travis
                                                             Wilson (Oklahoma) in the third round (78th overall).
OL-Atlas Herrion signed as Reserve/Future free agent.
                                                             Traded the first-round choice (12th overall) to the Balti-
LB-Justin Kurpeikis signed as Reserve/Future free
                                                             more Ravens for their 2006 first-round choice (13th
agent. OL-Pete McMahon signed as Reserve/Future
                                                             overall) and 2006 sixth-round choice (181st overall).
free agent. WR-Kendrick Mosley signed as Reserve/
                                                             Traded C Jeff Faine and the 2006 second-round
Future free agent. LB-Clifton Smith signed as Reserve/
                                                             choice (43rd overall) to the New Orleans Saints for
Future free agent. DB-James Thornton signed as Re-
serve/Future free agent. RB-Jason Wright signed as           their 2006 second-round choice (34th overall).
Reserve/Future free agent.                                   April 30
January 6                                                    Selected LB Leon Williams (Miami, Fla.) in the fourth
DL-Andrew Hoffman signed as Reserve/Future free              round (110th overall), OL Isaac Sowells (Indiana) in
agent. QB-Lang Campbell signed as Reserve/Future             the fourth round (112th overall), RB Jerome Harrison
free agent.                                                  (Washington State) in the fifth round (145th overall),




                                                                                                                                2006 TRANSACTIONS
                                                             DB Demario Minter (Georgia) in the fifth round




                                                                                                                          PLAYERS
January 13                                                   (152nd overall), FB Lawrence Vickers (Colorado) in
DB-Shawn Mayer signed as Reserve/Future free agent.          the sixth round (180th overall), DT Babatunde
January 13                                                   Oshinowo (Stanford) in the sixth round (181st overall)
Allocated QB Lang Campbell, OL Jonathan Dunn, OL             and S Justin Hamilton (Virginia Tech) in the seventh
Atlas Herrion, DB Shawn Mayer, WR Kendrick Mosley            round (222nd overall).
and DB James Thornton to NFL Europe.                         May 4
January 21                                                   QB Dustin Almond signed as undrafted rookie free
Named Jeff Davidson as Assistant Head Coach/Offen-           agent. RB Chris Barclay signed as undrafted rookie
sive Line Coach.                                             free agent. P Kyle Basler signed as undrafted rookie
                                                             free agent. WR Carlton Brewster signed as undrafted
January 31                                                   rookie free agent. OL Lance Butler signed as undraft-
DL-Darrell Campbell signed as Reserve/Future free agent.     ed rookie free agent. LB Kevin Culbert signed as
February 23                                                  undrafted rookie free agent. QB Darrell Hackney
LB-Kenard Lang contract terminated. DB-Michael               signed as undrafted rookie free agent. DB Charles Hall
Lehan waived.                                                signed as undrafted rookie free agent. DB Willie
                                                             Hughley signed as undrafted rookie free agent. LB
March 1                                                      Ricardo Hurley signed as undrafted rookie free agent.
DE-Orpheus Roye signed three-year contract extension.        DB Dwayne Ijames signed as undrafted rookie free
DT-Ethan Kelley signed one-year contract extension.          agent. WR Brent Little signed as undrafted rookie free
March 7                                                      agent. S Dontez Sanders signed as undrafted rookie
K-Jeff Chandler signed to one-year contract.                 free agent. WR Steve Sanders signed as undrafted
                                                             rookie free agent. OL Rob Smith signed as undrafted
March 11                                                     rookie free agent.
OL-LeCharles Bentley signed to six-year contract.
WR-Joe Jurevicius signed to four-year contract. OL-          May 4
Kevin Shaffer signed to seven-year contract.                 Traded QB Trent Dilfer to San Francisco for an undis-
                                                             closed 2007 draft choice and QB Ken Dorsey.
March 12
P-Dave Zastudil signed to five-year contract.                May 8
                                                             LB Kevin Culbert waived. DB Dwayne Ijames waived.
March 13                                                     DB Dontez Sanders waived. DE Jermial Ashley
DT-Ted Washington signed to two-year contract.               signed as undrafted rookie free agent. OL Ben Briel-
March 14                                                     maier signed as undrafted rookie free agent. DB Blake
OL-Bob Hallen signed to two-year contract. DT-Jason          Farris signed as undrafted rookie free agent. LB
Fisk waived.                                                 Kenny Kern signed as undrafted rookie free agent. DB
                                                             Jeremy Modkins signed as undrafted rookie free
March 15
                                                             agent. DB Jereme Perry signed as undrafted rookie
LB-Willie McGinest signed to three-year contract.            free agent. OL Walter Stith signed as undrafted rook-
March 17                                                     ie free agent.
LS-Jody Littleton waived. OL-Lewis Dawson waived.            May 10
DL-Amon Gordon waived.                                       DB Andrew Pace signed as undrafted rookie free agent.
March 20                                                     June 5
TE-Darnell Dinkins signed to three-year contract.            DT Ja’Waren Blair signed as a free agent.
Trade S Chris Crocker to Atlanta for the Falcons 2006
fourth-round draft choice.                                   June 21
                                                             QB Dustin Almond waived.
March 21
                                                             OL Lance Butler waived.
OL-Kirk Chambers signed to one-year contract.
                                                             DB Charles Hall waived.
April 5                                                      LB Ricardo Hurley waived.
DL-Simon Fraser signed to one-year contract.                 DB Jeremy Modkins waived.

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                          NO NAME                   POS HT WT BIRTHDATE EXP COLLEGE                        HOMETOWN                HOW ACQ
                          3    Anderson, Derek      QB   6-6 229    6/15/83    2     Oregon State          Portland, Ore.          W (Balt.) - ’05
                          63   Andruzzi, Joe        OL   6-3 315    8/23/75    10 S. Connecticut State Staten Island, N.Y.         UFA (N.E.) - ’05
                          93   Ashley, Jermial      DL   6-5 260    1/28/83    R     Kansas                Ft. Worth, Texas        FA - ’06
                          23   Barclay, Chris       RB 5-10 180     10/15/83   R     Wake Forest           Louisville, Ky.         FA - ’06
                          13w Basler, Kyle           P   6-3 238    12/27/82   R     Washington State      Olympia, Wash.          FA - ’06
                          24   Baxter, Gary         DB   6-2 210    11/24/78   6     Baylor                Tyler, Texas            UFA (Balt.) - ’05
                          57   Bentley, LeCharles   OL   6-2 309    11/7/79    5     Ohio State            Cleveland, Ohio         UFA (N.O.) - ’06
                          71b Blair, Ja’Waren       DL   6-6 300    5/13/80    1     East Carolina         Winston Salem, N.C.     FA - ’06
                          28   Bodden, Leigh        DB   6-1 192    9/24/81    4     Duquesne              Upper Marlborough, Md.FA - ’03
                          1    Brewster, Carlton    WR 5-11 214     2/12/83    R     Ferris State          Grand Rapids, Mich.     FA - ’06
                          66   Brielmaier, Ben      OL   6-4 310    10/24/83   R     Princeton             Mankato, Minn.          FA - ’06
                          67b Campbell, Darrell     DL   6-4 295     7/6/81    1     Notre Dame            South Holland, Ill.     FA - ’06
                          6w   Campbell, Lang       QB   6-1 212    9/25/81    1     William & Mary        Winchester, Va.         FA - ’06
Alphabetical Roster
                PLAYERS




                          65   Chambers, Kirk       OL   6-7 314    3/19/79    3     Stanford              Provo, Utah             D6 - ’04
                          2    Chandler, Jeff        K   6-2 215    6/18/79    3     Florida               Jacksonville, Fla.      FA - ’06
                          60   Coleman, Cosey       OL   6-4 310    10/27/78   7     Tennessee             New Orleans, La.        UFA (T.B.) - ’05
                          16   Cribbs, Joshua       WR 6-1 192       6/9/83    2     Kent State            Washington, D.C.        FA - ’05
                          54   Davis, Andra         LB   6-1 254    12/23/78   5     Florida               Live Oak, Fla.          D5 - ’02
                          4    Dawson, Phil          K   5-11 201   1/23/75    8     Texas                 Dallas, Texas           FA - ’99
                          87   Dinkins, Darnell     TE   6-4 259    1/20/77    5     Pittsburgh            Pittsburgh, Pa.         UFA (Balt.) - ’06
                          5    Dorsey, Ken          QB   6-4 211    4/22/81    4     Miami (Fla.)          Orinda, Calif.          Tr. (S.F.) - ’06
                          70   Dorsey, Nat          OL   6-7 345     9/9/83    3     Georgia Tech          New Orleans, La.        Tr. (Minn.) - ’05
                          34   Droughns, Reuben     RB 5-11 220     8/21/78    7     Oregon                Chicago, Ill.           Tr. (Den.) - ’05
                          71w Dunn, Jonathan        OL   6-7 324    12/12/81   2     Virginia Tech         Norfolk, Va.            D7 - ’05
                          98   Eason, Nick          DL   6-3 305    5/29/80    4     Clemson               Lyons, Ga.              FA - ’04
                          17   Edwards, Braylon     WR 6-3 212      2/21/83    2     Michigan              Detroit, Mich.          D1 - ’05
                          43   Farris, Blake        DB   6-0 202    9/28/84    R     North Alabama         Jasper, Ala.            FA - ’06
                          75   Fraser, Simon        DL   6-6 295    3/27/83    2     Ohio State            Upper Arlington, Ohio   FA - ’05
                          9    Frye, Charlie        QB   6-4 218    8/28/81    2     Akron                 Willard, Ohio           D3 - ’05
                          31   Green, William       RB   6-0 217    12/17/79   5     Boston College        Atlantic City, N.J.     D1 - ’02
                          7    Hackney, Darrell     QB   6-0 240     8/7/83    R     UAB                   Atlanta, Ga.            FA - ’06
                          62   Hallen, Bob          OL   6-3 302     3/9/75    9     Kent State            Mentor, Ohio            UFA (S.D.) - ’06
                          40   Hamilton, Justin     DB   6-3 217    9/17/82    R     Virginia Tech         Norton, Va.             D7 - ’06
                          35   Harrison, Jerome     RB   5-9 199    2/26/83    R     Washington State      Kalamazoo, Mich.        D5a - ’06
                          82   Heiden, Steve        TE   6-5 267    9/21/76    8     South Dakota State    Rushford, Minn.         Tr. (S.D.) - ’02
                          73   Herrion, Atlas       OL   6-4 305    12/3/80    1     Alabama               Daphne, Ala.            FA - ’05
                          91   Hoffman, Andrew      DL   6-4 300    2/15/82    1     Virginia              Fairfax, Va.            D6b - ’05
                          41   Hughley, Willie      DB 5-11 170     11/24/82   R     Florida Atlantic      Plymouth, Fla.          FA - ’06
                          20   Hunter, Pete         DB   6-2 208    5/25/80    4     Virginia Union        Atlantic City, N.J.     FA - ’05
                          89   Irons, Paul          TE   6-2 248    12/23/83   1     Florida State         New Orleans, La.        FA - ’05
                          58   Jackson, D’Qwell     LB   6-0 228    9/26/83    R     Maryland              Largo, Fla.             D2 - ’06
                          88   Jackson, Frisman     WR 6-3 217      6/12/79    5     Western Illinois      Chicago, Ill.           FA - ’04
                          84   Jurevicius, Joe      WR 6-5 232      12/23/74   9     Penn State            Mentor, Ohio            UFA (Sea.) - ’06
                          26   Jones, Sean          DB   6-1 215     3/2/82    3     Georgia               Atlanta, Ga.            D2 - ’04
                          78   Kelley, Ethan        DL   6-2 320    2/12/80    2     Baylor                Sugarland, Texas        W (N.E.) - ’05
                          48   Kern, Kenny          LB   6-0 235     2/1/84    R     Delaware State        Clarksdale, Miss.       FA - ’06
                          56   Kurpeikis, Justin    LB   6-4 249    7/17/77    3     Penn State            Pittsburgh, Pa.         FA - ’05
                          12   Little, Brent        WR 6-0 185       4/3/83    R     Southern Illinois     Poplar Bluff, Mo.       FA - ’06
                          37   Mayer, Shawn         DB   6-0 202     3/4/79    2     Penn State            Hillsborough, N.J.      FA - ’06
                          33   McCutcheon, Daylon DB 5-10 190       12/9/76    8     Southern California   La Puente, Calif.       D3a - ’99
                          55   McGinest, Willie     LB   6-5 268    12/11/71   13 Southern California      Long Beach, Calif.      UFA (N.E.) - ’06
                          36   McIntyre, Corey      FB   6-0 244    1/25/79    2     West Virginia         Indiantown, Fla.        FA - ’04
                          97   McKinley, Alvin      DL   6-3 294     6/9/78    7     Mississippi State     Jackson, Miss.          FA - ’01

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NO NAME                      POS HT WT BIRTHDATE EXP COLLEGE                                 HOMETOWN                  HOW ACQ
79    McMahon, Pete           OL    6-8 325        10/15/81      1    Iowa                   Dubuque, Iowa             FA - ’05
90    McMillan, David         LB    6-3 250        9/20/81       2    Kansas                 Killeen, Texas            D5 - ’05
22    Minter, Demario         DB 5-11 190          2/20/84       R    Georgia                Stone Mountain, Ga.       D5b - ’06
18    Mosley, Kendrick        WR 6-2 207           7/21/81       1    Western Michigan       Pahokee, Fla.             FA - ’05
86    Northcutt, Dennis       WR 5-11 171          12/22/77      7    Arizona                Los Angeles, Calif.       D2 - ’00
96    Oshinowo, Babatunde DT        6-1 302        1/14/83       R    Stanford               Naperville, Ill.          D6b - ’06
85    Owens, John             TE    6-3 255        1/10/80       4    Notre Dame             Washington, D.C.          FA - ’05
6b    Pace, Andrew            DB    6-0 198        10/7/83       R    Vanderbilt             Birmingham, Ala.          FA - ’06
69    Parker, J’Vonne         DL    6-4 323         6/7/82       1    Rutgers                Newark, N.J.              FA - ’05
30    Perkins, Antonio        DB 5-11 194           1/9/82       2    Oklahoma               Lawton, Okla.             D4 - ’05
13b Perry, Jereme             DB    6-0 190        12/15/81      R    Eastern Michigan       Saginaw, Mich.            FA - ’06
64    Pontbriand, Ryan        LS    6-2 250        10/1/79       4    Rice                   Houston, Texas            D5a - ’03
21    Pool, Brodney           DB    6-2 208        5/24/84       2    Oklahoma               Houtson, Texas            D2 - ’05




                                                                                                                                                 Alphabetical Roster
                                                                                                                                           PLAYERS
11    Rideau, Brandon         WR 6-3 200           10/18/82      2    Kansas                 Beaumont, Texas           FA - ’05
99    Roye, Orpheus           DL    6-4 315        1/21/73       11 Florida State            Carrol City, Fla.         UFA (Pit.) - ’00
27    Russell, Brian          DB    6-2 207         2/5/78       5    San Diego State        West Covina, Calif.       RFA (Minn.) - ’05
10    Sanders, Steve          WR 6-3 201           12/23/82      R    Bowling Green          Cleveland, Ohio           FA - ’06
77    Shaffer, Kevin          OL    6-5 320         3/2/80       5    Tulsa                  Salisbury, Md.            UFA (Atl.) - ’06
50b Smith, Clifton            LB    6-3 253        7/21/80       1    Syracuse               Freeport, N.Y.            FA - ’05
50w Smith, Rob                OL    6-4 306         3/8/84       R    Tennessee              Fort Thomas, Ky.          FA - ’06
42    Smith, Terrelle         FB    6-0 246        3/12/78       7    Arizona State          West Covina, Calif.       UFA (N.O.) - ’04
61    Sowells, Isaac          OL    6-3 324         5/4/82       R    Indiana                Louisville, Ky.           D4b - ’06
59    Speegle, Nick           LB    6-6 250        11/29/81      2    New Mexico             Albuquerque, N.M.         D6a - ’05
52    Stewart, Matt           LB    6-3 236        8/31/79       6    Vanderbilt             Columbus, Ohio            UFA (Atl.) - ’05
67w Stith, Walter             OL    6-9 320         1/2/83       R    North Carolina A&T     Atlanta, Ga.              FA - ’06
44    Suggs, Lee              RB    6-0 213        8/11/80       4    Virginia Tech          Roanoke, Va.              D4 - ’03
51    Thompson, Chaun         LB    6-2 249        5/22/80       4    West Texas A&M         Mt. Pleasant, Texas       D2 - ’03
25    Thornton, James         DB 5-11 185           9/9/79       1    Morris Brown College La Grange, Ga.              FA - ’05
72    Tucker, Ryan            OL    6-6 318        6/12/75       10 TCU                      Midland, Texas            UFA (St.L.) - ’02
53    Unck, Mason             LB    6-3 238        3/30/80       3    Arizona State          Ogden, Utah               FA - ’04
47    Vickers, Lawrence       FB    6-0 233         5/8/83       R    Colorado               Beaumont, Texas           D6a - ’06
92    Washington, Ted         DL    6-5 365        4/13/68       16 Louisville               Tampa, Fla.               UFA (Oak.) - ’06
94    Williams, Leon          LB    6-2 238        7/30/83       R    Miami (Fla.)           Brooklyn, N.Y.            D4a - ’06
81    Wilson, Travis          WR 6-1 213           2/11/84       R    Oklahoma               Carrollton, Texas         D3 - ’06
95    Wimbley, Kamerion       LB    6-3 245        10/13/83      R    Florida State          Wichita, Kan.             D1 - ’06
80    Winslow, Kellen         TE    6-4 248        7/21/83       3    Miami (Fla.)           San Diego, Calif.         D1 - ’04
29    Wright, Jason           RB 5-10 210          7/12/82       2    Northwestern           Diamond Bar, Calif.       FA - ’05
68    Yovanovits, Dave        OL    6-3 300         3/6/81       4    Temple                 Stanhope, N.J.            W (NYJ) - ’05
15    Zastudil, Dave           P    6-3 220        10/26/78      5    Ohio                   Bay Village, Ohio         UFA (Balt.) - ’06

HEAD COACH: ROMEO CRENNEL
Assistant Coaches: Dave Atkins (running backs), Maurice Carthon, (offensive coordinator), Ben Coates (tight ends), Carl Crennel II
(offensive quality control), Jeff Davidson, (assistant head coach/offensive line), Todd Grantham (defensive coordinator), Mike
Haluchak (linebackers), John Lott (head strength and conditioning), Marwan Maalouf (special teams quality control), Randy Melvin
(defensive line), Terry Robiskie (wide receivers), Jerry Rosburg (special teams coordinator), Rip Scherer (quarterbacks), Bob Trott
(defensive assistant), Mel Tucker (defensive backs), Jeff Uhlenhake (offensive line assistant), Cory Undlin (defensive quality control).




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                        NO NAME                   POS HT WT AGE EXP         COLLEGE               HOMETOWN                 HOW ACQ
                        1     Carlton Brewster    WR 5-11 214     23   R    Ferris State          Grand Rapids, Mich.      FA - ’06
                        2     Jeff Chandler       K    6-2 215    27   3    Florida               Jacksonville, Fla.       FA - ’06
                        3     Derek Anderson      QB   6-6 229    23   2    Oregon State          Portland, Ore.           W (Balt.) - ’05
                        4     Phil Dawson         K    5-11 201   31   8    Texas                 Dallas, Texas            FA - ’99
                        5     Ken Dorsey          QB   6-4 211    25   4    Miami (Fla.)          Orinda, Calif.           Tr. (S.F.) - ’06
                        6b    Andrew Pace         DB   6-0 198    22   R    Vanderbilt            Birmingham, Ala.         FA - ’06
                        6w    Lang Campbell       QB   6-1 212    24   1    William & Mary        Winchester, Va.          FA - ’06
                        7     Darrell Hackney     QB   6-0 240    22   R    UAB                   Atlanta, Ga.             FA - ’06
                        9     Charlie Frye        QB   6-4 218    24   2    Akron                 Willard, Ohio            D3 - ’05
                        10    Steve Sanders       WR   6-3 201    23   R    Bowling Green         Cleveland, Ohio          FA - ’06
                        11    Brandon Rideau      WR   6-3 200    23   2    Kansas                Beaumont, Texas          FA - ’05
                        12    Brent Little        WR   6-0 185    23   R    Southern Illinois     Poplar Bluff, Mo.        FA - ’06
                        13b   Jereme Perry        DB   6-0 190    24   R    Eastern Michigan      Saginaw, Mich.           FA - ’06
Numerical Roster
              PLAYERS




                        13w Kyle Basler           P    6-3 238    23   R    Washington State      Olympia, Wash.           FA - ’06
                        15    Dave Zastudil       P    6-3 220    27   5    Ohio                  Bay Village, Ohio        UFA (Balt.) - ’06
                        16    Joshua Cribbs       WR   6-1 192    23   2    Kent State            Washington, D.C.         FA - ’05
                        17    Braylon Edwards     WR   6-3 212    23   2    Michigan              Detroit, Mich.           D1 - ’05
                        18    Kendrick Mosley     WR   6-2 207    24   1    Western Michigan      Pahokee, Fla.            FA - ’05
                        20    Pete Hunter         DB   6-2 208    26   4    Virginia Union        Atlantic City, N.J.      FA - ’05
                        21    Brodney Pool        DB   6-2 208    22   2    Oklahoma              Houston, Texas           D2 - ’05
                        22    Demario Minter      DB   5-11 190   22   R    Georgia               Stone Mountain, Ga.      D5b - ’06
                        23    Chris Barclay       RB   5-10 180   22   R    Wake Forest           Louisville, Ky.          FA - ’06
                        24    Gary Baxter         DB   6-2 210    27   6    Baylor                Tyler, Texas             UFA (Balt.) - ’05
                        25    James Thornton      DB   5-11 185   26   1    Morris Brown          La Grange, Ga.           FA - ’05
                        26    Sean Jones          DB   6-1 215    24   3    Georgia               Atlanta, Ga.             D2 - ’04
                        27    Brian Russell       DB   6-2 207    28   5    San Diego State       West Covina, Calif.      RFA (Minn.) - ’05
                        28    Leigh Bodden        DB   6-1 192    24   4    Duquesne              Upper Marlborough, Md.   FA - ’03
                        29    Jason Wright        RB   5-10 210   23   2    Northwestern          Diamond Bar, Calif.      FA - ’05
                        30    Antonio Perkins     DB   5-11 194   24   2    Oklahoma              Lawton, Okla.            D4 - ’05
                        31    William Green       RB   6-0 217    26   5    Boston College        Atlantic City, N. J.     D1 - ’02
                        33    Daylon McCutcheon   DB   5-10 190   29   8    Southern California   La Puente, Calif.        D3a - ’99
                        34    Reuben Droughns     RB   5-11 220   27   7    Oregon                Chicago, Ill.            Tr. (Den) - ’05
                        35    Jerome Harrison     RB   5-9 199    23   R    Washington State      Kalamazoo, Mich.         D5a - ’06
                        36    Corey McIntyre      FB   6-0 244    27   2    West Virginia         Indiantown, Fla.         FA - ’04
                        37    Shawn Mayer         DB   6-0 202    27   2    Penn State            Hillsborough, N.J.       FA - ’06
                        40    Justin Hamilton     DB   6-3 217    23   R    Virginia Tech         Norton, Va.              D7 - ’06
                        41    Willie Hughley      DB   5-11 170   23   R    Florida Atlantic      Plymouth, Fla.           FA - ’06
                        42    Terrelle Smith      FB   6-0 246    28   7    Arizona State         West Covina, Calif.      UFA (N.O.) - ’04
                        43    Blake Farris        DB   6-0 202    21   R    North Alabama         Jasper, Ala.             FA - ’06
                        44    Lee Suggs           RB   6-0 213    25   4    Virginia Tech         Roanoke, Va.             D4 - ’03
                        47    Lawrence Vickers    FB   6-0 233    23   R    Colorado              Beaumont, Texas          D6a - ’06
                        48    Kenny Kern          LB   6-0 235    22   R    Delaware State        Clarksdale, Miss.        FA - ’06
                        50b   Clifton Smith       LB   6-3 253    25   1    Syracuse              Freeport, N.Y.           FA - ’05
                        50w Rob Smith             OL   6-4 306    22   R    Tennessee             Fort Thomas, Ky.         FA - ’06
                        51    Chaun Thompson      LB   6-2 249    26   4    West Texas A&M        Mt. Pleasant, Texas      D2 - ’03
                        52    Matt Stewart        LB   6-3 236    26   6    Vanderbilt            Columbus, Ohio           UFA (Atl.) - ’05
                        53    Mason Unck          LB   6-3 238    26   3    Arizona State         Ogden, Utah              FA - ’04
                        54    Andra Davis         LB   6-1 254    27   5    Florida               Live Oak, Fla.           D5 - ’02
                        55    Willie McGinest     LB   6-5 268    34   13   Southern California   Long Beach, Calif.       UFA (N.E.) - ’06
                        56    Justin Kurpeikis    LB   6-4 249    28   3    Penn State            Pittsburgh, Pa.          FA - ’05
                        57    LeCharles Bentley   OL   6-2 309    26   5    Ohio State            Cleveland, Ohio          UFA (N.O.) - ’06
                        58    D’Qwell Jackson     LB   6-0 228    22   R    Maryland              Largo, Fla.              D2 - ’06
                        59    Nick Speegle        LB   6-6 250    24   2    New Mexico            Albuquerque, N.M.        D6a - ’05

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NO NAME                       POS HT WT AGE EXP                  COLLEGE                 HOMETOWN                      HOW ACQ
60    Cosey Coleman            OL     6-4 310      27      7     Tennessee               New Orleans, La.              UFA (T.B.) - ’05
61    Isaac Sowells            OL     6-3 324      24      R     Indiana                 Louisville, Ky.               D4b - ’06
62    Bob Hallen               OL     6-3 302      31      9     Kent State              Mentor, Ohio                  UFA (S.D.) - ’06
63    Joe Andruzzi             OL     6-3 315      30      10    S. Connecticut State    Staten Island, N.Y.           UFA (N.E.) - ’05
64    Ryan Pontbriand           LS    6-2 250      26      4     Rice                    Houston, Texas                D5a - ’03
65    Kirk Chambers            OL     6-7 314      27      3     Stanford                Provo, Utah                   D6 - ’04
66    Ben Brielmaier           OL     6-4 310      22      R     Princeton               Mankato, Minn.                FA - ’06
67b   Darrell Campbell         DL     6-4 295      24      1     Notre Dame              South Holland, Ill.           FA - ’06
67w Walter Stith               OL     6-9 320      23      R     North Carolina A&T      Atlanta, Ga.                  FA - ’06
68    Dave Yovanovits          OL     6-3 300      25      4     Temple                  Stanhope, N.J.                W (NYJ) - ’05
69    J’Vonne Parker           DL     6-4 323      24      1     Rutgers                 Newark, N.J.                  FA - ’05
70    Nat Dorsey               OL     6-7 345      22      3     Georgia Tech            New Orleans, La.              Tr. (Minn.) - ’05
71b   Ja’Waren Blair           DL     6-6 300      26      1     East Carolina           Winston Salem, N.C.           FA - ’06




                                                                                                                                                 Numerical Roster
                                                                                                                                           PLAYERS
71w Jonathan Dunn              OL     6-7 324      24      2     Virginia Tech           Norfolk, Va.                  D7 - ’05
72    Ryan Tucker              OL     6-6 318      31      10    TCU                     Midland, Texas                UFA (St.L.) - ’02
73    Atlas Herrion            OL     6-4 305      25      1     Alabama                 Daphne, Ala.                  FA - ’05
75    Simon Fraser             DL     6-6 295      23      2     Ohio State              Upper Arlington, Ohio         FA - ’05
77    Kevin Shaffer            OL     6-5 320      26      5     Tulsa                   Salisbury, Md.                UFA (Atl.) - ’06
78    Ethan Kelley             DL     6-2 320      26      2     Baylor                  Sugarland, Texas              W (N.E.) - ’05
79    Pete McMahon             OL     6-8 325      24      1     Iowa                    Dubuque, Iowa                 FA - ’05
80    Kellen Winslow            TE    6-4 248      22      3     Miami (Fla.)            San Diego, Calif.             D1 - ’04
81    Travis Wilson            WR     6-1 213      22      R     Oklahoma                Carrollton, Texas             D3 - ’06
82    Steve Heiden              TE    6-5 267      29      8     South Dakota State      Rushford, Minn.               Tr. (S.D.) - ’02
84    Joe Jurevicius           WR     6-5 232      31      9     Penn State              Mentor, Ohio                  UFA (Sea.) - ’06
85    John Owens                TE    6-3 255      26      4     Notre Dame              Washington, D.C.              FA - ’05
86    Dennis Northcutt         WR 5-11 171         28      7     Arizona                 Los Angeles, Calif.           D2 - ’00
87    Darnell Dinkins           TE    6-4 259      29      5     Pittsburgh              Pittsburgh, Pa.               UFA (Balt.) - ’06
88    Frisman Jackson          WR     6-3 217      27      5     Western Illinois        Chicago, Ill.                 FA - ’04
89    Paul Irons                TE    6-2 248      22      1     Florida State           New Orleans, La.              FA - ’05
90    David McMillan           LB     6-3 250      24      2     Kansas                  Killeen, Texas                D5 - ’05
91    Andrew Hoffman           DL     6-4 300      24      1     Virginia                Fairfax, Va.                  D6b - ’05
92    Ted Washington           DL     6-5 365      38      16    Louisville              Tampa, Fla.                   UFA (Oak.) - ’06
93    Jermial Ashley           DL     6-5 260      23      R     Kansas                  Ft. Worth, Texas              FA - ’06
94    Leon Williams            LB     6-2 238      22      R     Miami (Fla.)            Brooklyn, N.Y.                D4a - ’06
95    Kamerion Wimbley         LB     6-3 245      22      R     Florida State           Wichita, Kan.                 D1 - ’06
96    Babatunde Oshinowo       DT     6-1 302      23      R     Stanford                Naperville, Ill.              D6b - ’06
97    Alvin McKinley           DL     6-3 294      28      7     Mississippi State       Jackson, Miss.                FA - ’01
98    Nick Eason               DL     6-3 305      26      4     Clemson                 Lyons, Ga.                    FA - ’04
99    Orpheus Roye             DL     6-4 315      33      11    Florida State           Carrol City, Fla.             UFA (Pit.) - ’00

HEAD COACH: ROMEO CRENNEL
Assistant Coaches: Dave Atkins (running backs), Maurice Carthon (offensive coordinator), Ben Coates (tight ends), Carl Crennel II
(offensive quality control), Jeff Davidson (assistant head coach/offensive line), Todd Grantham (defensive coordinator), Mike
Haluchak (linebackers), John Lott (head strength and conditioning), Marwan Maalouf (special teams quality control), Randy Melvin
(defensive line), Terry Robiskie (wide receivers), Jerry Rosburg (special teams coordinator), Rip Scherer (quarterbacks), Bob Trott
(defensive assistant), Mel Tucker (defensive backs), Jeff Uhlenhake (offensive line assistant), Cory Undlin (defensive quality control).
Ages through 7/1/06




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