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Official 2017

National Football League

Record
& Fact Book

NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A I
Active List..............................................................................36 Indianapolis Colts...................................................................75
All-Pro Teams, 2016 ............................................................248 Instant Replay ........................................................................32
Arizona Cardinals .................................................................137 International Games .............................................................512
Associated Press Award Winners .........................................526 Internet, NFL on .....................................................................14
Associated Press Most Valuable Players ..............................524 J
Atlanta Falcons ....................................................................143 Jacksonville Jaguars ..............................................................81
Attendance, NFL’s 10 Biggest Weekends ..............................540 K
Attendance, 2016 ................................................................246 Kansas City Chiefs.................................................................87
Attendance, Paid ..................................................................541 Kickoff Weekend, NFL Opening ............................................513
Awards, 2016 ......................................................................248 Kickoff Weekend Won-Loss Records....................................301
B L
Baltimore Ravens...................................................................39 Los Angeles Chargers ............................................................93
Buffalo Bills ...........................................................................45 Los Angeles Rams...............................................................179
Bye Weeks, Team Record After ............................................314 M
C Miami Dolphins......................................................................99
Calendar, 2017-2022 .............................................................12 Minnesota Vikings................................................................185
Carolina Panthers.................................................................149 Monday Night Football Individual Records ............................510
Chicago Bears .....................................................................155 Monday Night Football W-L Records ....................................508
Chronology of Professional Football .....................................356 N
Cincinnati Bengals .................................................................51 New England Patriots ...........................................................105
Cleveland Browns ..................................................................57 New Orleans Saints..............................................................191
Close Games, Team Records In, 2016 .................................314 New York Giants ..................................................................197
Coaches, Career Victories ......................................................26 New York Jets......................................................................111
Coaches, More than 100 Career Victories ..............................27 NFL Network ..........................................................................15
Coldest Games ....................................................................315 NFL Staff Directory ..............................................................688
Comebacks, Greatest in NFL History ....................................317 O
Commissioners, NFL............................................................374 Oakland Raiders...................................................................117
D Officials, 2017 Roster of ......................................................684
Dallas Cowboys...................................................................161 Oldest/Youngest Players, 2016.............................................305
Denver Broncos .....................................................................63 Outstanding Performers .......................................................583
Detroit Lions ........................................................................167 Overtime, History of.............................................................515
Draft, All-Time Number-One Choices ....................................528 Overtime Procedures ...........................................................514
Draft, 2017 ............................................................................28 P
F Passer Rating System ..........................................................310
First Place Finish After Last Place Finish...............................314 Passer Rating, Highest Postseason ......................................311
First-Round Selections .........................................................530 Philadelphia Eagles ..............................................................203
Free Agency, Movement History .............................................36 Pittsburgh Steelers...............................................................123
G Players of the Week/Month, 2016 ........................................247
Games Decided By 7 and 3 Points or Fewer, 1970-2016......313 Playoff Appearances by Seasons .........................................313
Games Decided By 8 Points or Fewer, 1994-2016................314 Playoff Games
Game-Winning Drives by Quarterback, 1970-2016...............312 AFC Championship Games..............................................490
Green Bay Packers...............................................................173 AFC Divisional Playoff Games .........................................494
H AFC First-Round Playoff Games ......................................498
Hall of Fame, Pro Football ....................................................338 NFC Championship Games .............................................492
Hall of Fame Games, Pro Football.........................................505 NFC Divisional Playoff Games .........................................496
Houston Texans .....................................................................69 NFC First-Round Playoff Games ......................................500
Points, Most By Each Team..................................................298
Postseason, Individual, All-Time Top 10................................320
Postseason Play, Teams Under .500 ....................................315
Postseason Play, Teams Win 10-Plus, Miss Playoffs ............315
Preseason Results and Standings, 2016 ..............................236
Pro Bowl, All-Time Results ...................................................502

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Q Statistics
Quarterbacks, Starting Records for Active Quarterbacks ......312 NFL Active Leaders...........................................................21
Quarters, 2016 Score By .....................................................316 Individual Leaders, 2007-2016........................................304
R Individual Leaders, Past Two, Three, Four Years...............306
Records, All-Time Inside the Numbers, Statistical Highlights........................298
Individual Combined Kick Returns ...................................561 Outstanding Performers ..................................................583
Individual Combined Net Yards ........................................564 Team Leaders, Past Two, Three, Four Years .....................307
Individual Fumbles ..........................................................562 What to Look for in 2017..................................................24
Individual Interceptions By ..............................................555 Yearly Leaders ................................................................623
Individual Kickoff Returns................................................559 Statistics, 2016
Individual Passing ...........................................................549 AFC, NFC, and NFL Summary .........................................256
Individual Punting............................................................557 American Football Conference Team Defense ..................253
Individual Punt Returns ...................................................558 American Football Conference Team Offense...................252
Individual Receiving ........................................................553 Club Leaders ..................................................................257
Individual Rushing...........................................................547 Club Rankings by Yards ..................................................257
Individual Sacks..............................................................564 Individual Field Goals ......................................................263
Individual Scoring ...........................................................544 Individual Fumbles ..........................................................291
Individual Service............................................................544 Individual Interceptions ...................................................278
Individual Yards from Scrimmage ....................................555 Individual Kickoff Returns................................................281
Team Championships......................................................565 Individual Passing ...........................................................270
Team Combined Net Yards Rushing and Passing .............571 Individual Pass Receiving................................................274
Team Defense.................................................................579 Individual Punting............................................................284
Team First Downs ...........................................................570 Individual Punt Returns ...................................................286
Team Fumbles ................................................................577 Individual Rushing...........................................................266
Team Games Won...........................................................565 Individual Sacks..............................................................288
Team Games Lost...........................................................566 Individual Scoring ...........................................................258
Team Kickoff Returns......................................................576 National Football Conference Team Defense ....................255
Team Passing .................................................................572 National Football Conference Team Offense .....................254
Team Penalties................................................................579 Takeaway-Giveaway Table...............................................257
Team Punting..................................................................574 Sunday Night Football W-L Records .....................................506
Team Punt Returns .........................................................575 Super Bowl Champions, Missed Playoffs the Next Season ...315
Team Rushing.................................................................571 Super Bowl Contention, 1978-2016 .....................................313
Team Scoring .................................................................567 Super Bowl, Future Sites ......................................................487
Team Tie Games .............................................................567 Super Bowl, Game Results...................................................488
Team Turnovers ..............................................................578 Super Bowl LI, Game Summary ..........................................488
Records, Oldest ...................................................................305 Super Bowl, Most Valuable Players ......................................487
Records, Postseason ...........................................................667 Super Bowl, Non-Division Winners That Played In ................315
Retired Uniforms..................................................................309 Super Bowl, Records ...........................................................654
Roster Limits, All-Time...........................................................36 T
S Takeaway/Giveaways, 2007-2016........................................304
San Francisco 49ers ............................................................209 Tampa Bay Buccaneers........................................................221
Schedule, 2017 .......................................................................4 Team Won-Loss Records, All-Time Regular-Season..............322
Scheduling Formula, 2017-18 ................................................16 Team Won-Loss Records Since 1970 AFL-NFL Merger .........300
Scoring, Top 10 Weekends...................................................540 Team Won-Loss Records, Road Teams, 1970-2016.............313
Scoring, 60 Points in a Game...............................................305 Team Won-Loss Records, 2007-2016..................................302
Season Recap, 2016 Team vs. Team Results ........................................................403
2016 Preseason Standings and Results ..........................236 Teams Beat Opposing Team 3 Times/Season, 1970-2016 ....315
2016 Regular-Season Results .........................................238 Television, 10 Most Watched Programs/Sports Events .........540
2016 Regular-Season Standings .....................................240 Tennessee Titans .................................................................129
2016 Best Passing Performances ...................................250 Thanksgiving Day Football, 1920-2016 ................................518
2016 Best Receiving Performances ................................251 Thanksgiving Day Individual Records ...................................521
2016 Best Rushing Performances...................................250 Tie-Breaking Procedures ........................................................34
2016 Best Sack Performances........................................251 Trades, 2016-17 ..................................................................234
2016 Week by Week Standings.......................................241 Two-Point Conversion Results, 1994-2016...........................314
Seattle Seahawks.................................................................215 W
Standings, 1920-2016 .........................................................375 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year ......................................523
Standings, 2016 ..................................................................240 Washington Redskins...........................................................227
Standings, Week-by-Week, 2016 ........................................241 Winning Streaks, Longest Since 1970 ..................................312
Y
Yearly Statistical Leaders......................................................623

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2017 SCHEDULE AND NOTE CALENDAR
All times local. Dates and times subject to change.
Nationally televised games indicated by network in parentheses.

Thursday, August 3 NFL/Hall of Fame Game at Canton, Ohio
Dallas _____ vs. Arizona _____ (NBC) 8:00

PRESEASON/WEEK 1 Wednesday, August 9 Houston _____ at Carolina _____ 7:30
Thursday, August 10 Washington _____ at Baltimore _____ 7:30
Minnesota _____ at Buffalo _____ 7:00
Atlanta _____ at Miami _____ 7:00
Jacksonville _____ at New England _____ 7:30
Denver _____ at Chicago _____ 7:00
New Orleans _____ at Cleveland _____ 8:00
Philadelphia _____ at Green Bay _____ 7:00
Friday, August 11 Pittsburgh _____ at New York Giants _____ 7:00
Tampa Bay _____ at Cincinnati _____ 7:30
San Francisco _____ at Kansas City _____ 8:00
Saturday, August 12 Tennessee _____ at New York Jets _____ 7:30
Dallas _____ at L.A. Rams _____ 6:00
Oakland _____ at Arizona _____ 7:00
Sunday, August 13 Detroit _____ at Indianapolis _____ 1:30
Seattle _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ 5:00

PRESEASON/WEEK 2 Thursday, August 17 Tampa Bay _____ at Jacksonville _____ (ESPN) 8:00
Baltimore _____ at Miami _____ 7:00
Buffalo _____ at Philadelphia _____ 7:00
Friday, August 18 Minnesota _____ at Seattle _____ 7:00
Saturday, August 19 Carolina _____ at Tennessee _____ 2:00
Kansas City _____ at Cincinnati _____ 7:00
Indianapolis _____ at Dallas _____ 6:00
New York Jets _____ at Detroit _____ 7:30
Green Bay _____ at Washington _____ 7:30
New England _____ at Houston _____ 7:00
Chicago _____ at Arizona _____ 7:00
L.A. Rams _____ at Oakland _____ 7:00
Denver _____ at San Francisco _____ 7:00
Sunday, August 20 Atlanta _____ at Pittsburgh _____ 7:00
New Orleans _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ 5:00
Monday, August 21 New York Giants _____ at Cleveland _____ (ESPN) 8:00

PRESEASON/WEEK 3 Thursday, August 24 Miami _____ at Philadelphia _____ 7:00
Carolina _____ at Jacksonville _____ 7:30
Friday, August 25 New England _____ at Detroit _____ 7:00
Kansas City _____ at Seattle _____ (CBS) 5:00
Saturday, August 26 Arizona _____ at Atlanta _____ 7:00
Buffalo _____ at Baltimore _____ 7:00
New York Jets _____ at New York Giants _____ 7:00
Indianapolis _____ at Pittsburgh _____ 7:30
Cleveland _____ at Tampa Bay _____ 7:30
Oakland _____ at Dallas _____ 7:00
L.A. Chargers _____ at L.A. Rams _____ (CBS) 5:00
Houston _____ at New Orleans _____ 7:00
Green Bay _____ at Denver _____ 7:00
Sunday, August 27 Chicago _____ at Tennessee _____ (FOX) 12:00
Cincinnati _____ at Washington _____ 4:30
San Francisco _____ at Minnesota _____ 7:00

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PRESEASON/WEEK 4 Thursday, August 31 Jacksonville _____ at Atlanta _____ 7:00
Detroit _____ at Buffalo _____ 7:00
Pittsburgh _____ at Carolina _____ 7:30
L.A. Rams _____ at Green Bay _____ 6:00
Cincinnati _____ at Indianapolis _____ 7:00
Philadelphia _____ at New York Jets _____ 7:00
New York Giants _____ at New England _____ 7:30
Washington _____ at Tampa Bay _____ 7:30
Cleveland _____ at Chicago _____ 7:00
Dallas _____ at Houston _____ 7:00
Miami _____ at Minnesota _____ 7:00
Baltimore _____ at New Orleans _____ 7:00
Tennessee _____ at Kansas City _____ 7:30
Arizona _____ at Denver _____ 7:00
L.A. Chargers _____ at San Francisco _____ 7:00
Seattle _____ at Oakland _____ 7:00

Thursday, September 7 Kansas City _____ at New England _____ (NBC) 8:30
Sunday, September 10 New York Jets _____ at Buffalo _____ (CBS) 1:00
Atlanta _____ at Chicago _____ (FOX) 12:00
Baltimore _____ at Cincinnati _____ (CBS) 1:00
Pittsburgh _____ at Cleveland _____ (CBS) 1:00
Arizona _____ at Detroit _____ (FOX) 1:00
Jacksonville _____ at Houston _____ (CBS) 12:00
Tampa Bay _____ at Miami _____ (FOX) 1:00
Oakland _____ at Tennessee _____ (CBS) 12:00
Philadelphia _____ at Washington _____ (FOX) 1:00
Indianapolis _____ at L.A. Rams (CBS) 1:05
Seattle _____ at Green Bay _____ (FOX) 3:25
Carolina _____ at San Francisco _____ (FOX) 1:25
New York Giants _____ at Dallas _____ (NBC) 7:30
Monday, September 11 New Orleans _____ at Minnesota _____ (ESPN) 6:10
L.A. Chargers _____ at Denver _____ (ESPN) 8:20

SECOND WEEK Thursday, September 14 Houston _____ at Cincinnati _____ (NFLN) 8:25
Sunday, September 17 Cleveland _____ at Baltimore _____ (CBS) 1:00
Buffalo _____ at Carolina _____ (CBS) 1:00
Arizona _____ at Indianapolis _____ (FOX) 1:00
Tennessee _____ at Jacksonville _____ (CBS) 1:00
Philadelphia _____ at Kansas City _____ (FOX) 12:00
New England _____ at New Orleans _____ (CBS) 12:00
Minnesota _____ at Pittsburgh _____ (FOX) 1:00
Chicago _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (FOX) 1:00
Miami _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (CBS) 1:05
New York Jets _____ at Oakland _____ (CBS) 1:05
Dallas _____ at Denver _____ (FOX) 2:25
Washington _____ at L.A. Rams (FOX) 1:25
San Francisco _____ at Seattle _____ (FOX) 1:25
Green Bay _____ at Atlanta _____ (NBC) 8:30
Monday, September 18 Detroit _____ at New York Giants _____ (ESPN) 8:30

THIRD WEEK Thursday, September 21 L.A. Rams _____ at San Francisco _____ (NFLN) 5:25
Sunday, September 24 Baltimore _____ at Jacksonville _____ (London) TBD 2:30 (BST)
Denver _____ at Buffalo _____ (CBS) 1:00
New Orleans _____ at Carolina _____ (FOX) 1:00
Pittsburgh _____ at Chicago _____ (CBS) 12:00
Atlanta _____ at Detroit _____ (FOX) 1:00
Cleveland _____ at Indianapolis _____ (CBS) 1:00
Tampa Bay _____ at Minnesota _____ (FOX) 12:00
Houston _____ at New England _____ (CBS) 1:00
Miami _____ at New York Jets _____ (CBS) 1:00
New York Giants _____ at Philadelphia _____ (FOX) 1:00
Seattle _____ at Tennessee _____ (FOX) 3:05
Cincinnati _____ at Green Bay _____ (CBS) 3:25
Kansas City _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (CBS) 1:25
Oakland _____ at Washington _____ (NBC) 8:30
Monday, September 25 Dallas _____ at Arizona _____ (ESPN) 5:30

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FOURTH WEEK Thursday, September 28 Chicago _____ at Green Bay _____ (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 7:25
Sunday, October 1 New Orleans _____ at Miami _____ (London) (FOX) 2:30p (BST)
Buffalo _____ at Atlanta _____ (CBS) 1:00
Pittsburgh _____ at Baltimore _____ (CBS) 1:00
Cincinnati _____ at Cleveland _____ (CBS) 1:00
L.A. Rams _____ at Dallas _____ (FOX) 12:00
Tennessee _____ at Houston _____ (CBS) 12:00
Detroit _____ at Minnesota _____ (FOX) 12:00
Carolina _____ at New England _____ (FOX) 1:00
Jacksonville _____ at New York Jets _____ (CBS) 1:00
San Francisco _____ at Arizona _____ (FOX) 1:05
Philadelphia _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (FOX) 1:05
New York Giants _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (FOX) 4:05
Oakland _____ at Denver _____ (CBS) 2:25
Indianapolis _____ at Seattle _____ (NBC) 5:30
Monday, October 2 Washington _____ at Kansas City _____ (ESPN) 7:30

FIFTH WEEK Thursday, October 5 New England _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Open Date: Sunday, October 8 Buffalo _____ at Cincinnati _____ (CBS) 1:00
Atlanta, Denver, New York Jets _____ at Cleveland _____ (FOX) 1:00
New Orleans, Washington Carolina _____ at Detroit _____ (FOX) 1:00
San Francisco _____ at Indianapolis _____ (FOX) 1:00
Tennessee _____ at Miami _____ (CBS) 1:00
L.A. Chargers _____ at New York Giants _____ (CBS) 1:00
Arizona _____ at Philadelphia _____ (FOX) 1:00
Jacksonville _____ at Pittsburgh _____ (CBS) 1:00
Seattle _____ at L.A. Rams (CBS) 1:05
Baltimore _____ at Oakland _____ (CBS) 1:05
Green Bay _____ at Dallas _____ (FOX) 3:25
Kansas City _____ at Houston _____* (NBC) 7:30
Monday, October 9 Minnesota _____ at Chicago _____ (ESPN) 7:30

SIXTH WEEK Thursday, October 12 Philadelphia _____ at Carolina _____ (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Open Date: Sunday, October 15 Miami _____ at Atlanta _____ (CBS) 1:00
Buffalo, Cincinnati, Chicago _____ at Baltimore _____ (FOX) 1:00
Dallas, Seattle Cleveland _____ at Houston _____ (CBS) 12:00
Green Bay _____ at Minnesota _____ (FOX) 12:00
Detroit _____ at New Orleans _____ (FOX) 12:00
New England _____ at New York Jets _____ (CBS) 1:00
San Francisco _____ at Washington _____ (FOX) 1:00
Tampa Bay _____ at Arizona _____ (FOX) 1:05
L.A. Rams _____ at Jacksonville _____ (FOX) 4:05
Pittsburgh _____ at Kansas City _____ (CBS) 3:25
L.A. Chargers _____ at Oakland _____ (CBS) 1:25
New York Giants _____ at Denver _____* (NBC) 6:30
Monday, October 16 Indianapolis _____ at Tennessee _____ (ESPN) 7:30

SEVENTH WEEK Thursday, October 19 Kansas City _____ at Oakland _____ (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 5:25
Open Date: Sunday, October 22 Tampa Bay _____ at Buffalo _____ (FOX) 1:00
Detroit, Houston Carolina _____ at Chicago _____ (FOX) 12:00
Tennessee _____ at Cleveland _____ (CBS) 1:00
New Orleans _____ at Green Bay _____ (FOX) 12:00
Jacksonville _____ at Indianapolis _____ (CBS) 1:00
Arizona _____ at L.A. Rams _____ (London) (FOX) 6:00p (BST)
New York Jets _____ at Miami _____ (FOX) 1:00
Baltimore _____ at Minnesota _____ (CBS) 12:00
Cincinnati _____ at Pittsburgh _____ (CBS) 1:00
Dallas _____ at San Francisco _____ (FOX) 1:05
Denver _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (CBS) 1:25
Seattle _____ at New York Giants _____ (CBS) 4:25
Atlanta _____ at New England _____* (NBC) 8:30
Monday, October 23 Washington _____ at Philadelphia _____ (ESPN) 8:30

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EIGHTH WEEK Thursday, October 26 Miami _____ at Baltimore _____ (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Open Date: Sunday, October 29 Minnesota _____ at Cleveland _____ (London) (NFLN) 1:30p (GMT)
Arizona, Green Bay, Oakland _____ at Buffalo _____ (CBS) 1:00
Jacksonville, L.A. Rams, Indianapolis _____ at Cincinnati _____ (CBS) 1:00
New York Giants, Tennessee L.A. Chargers _____ at New England _____ (CBS) 1:00
Chicago _____ at New Orleans _____ (FOX) 12:00
Atlanta _____ at New York Jets _____ (FOX) 1:00
San Francisco _____ at Philadelphia _____ (FOX) 1:00
Carolina _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (FOX) 1:00
Houston _____ at Seattle _____ (CBS) 1:05
Dallas _____ at Washington _____ (FOX) 4:25
Pittsburgh _____ at Detroit _____* (NBC) 8:30
Monday, October 30 Denver _____ at Kansas City _____ (ESPN) 7:30

NINTH WEEK Thursday, November 2 Buffalo _____ at New York Jets _____ (NFLN) 8:25
Open Date: Sunday, November 5 Atlanta _____ at Carolina _____ (FOX) 1:00
Chicago, Cleveland, Indianapolis _____ at Houston _____ (CBS) 12:00
L.A. Chargers, Minnesota, Cincinnati _____ at Jacksonville _____ (CBS) 1:00
New England, Pittsburgh Tampa Bay _____ at New Orleans _____ (FOX) 12:00
L.A. Rams _____ at New York Giants _____ (FOX) 1:00
Denver _____ at Philadelphia _____ (CBS) 1:00
Baltimore _____ at Tennessee _____ (CBS) 12:00
Arizona _____ at San Francisco _____ (FOX) 1:05
Washington _____ at Seattle _____ (FOX) 1:05
Kansas City _____ at Dallas _____ (CBS) 3:25
Oakland _____ at Miami _____* (NBC) 8:30
Monday, November 6 Detroit _____ at Green Bay _____ (ESPN) 7:30

TENTH WEEK Thursday, November 9 Seattle _____ at Arizona _____ (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 6:25
Open Date: Sunday, November 12 New Orleans _____ at Buffalo _____ (FOX) 1:00
Baltimore, Kansas City, Green Bay _____ at Chicago _____ (FOX) 12:00
Oakland, Philadelphia Cleveland _____ at Detroit _____ (CBS) 1:00
Pittsburgh _____ at Indianapolis _____ (CBS) 1:00
L.A. Chargers _____ at Jacksonville _____ (CBS) 1:00
New York Jets _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (CBS) 1:00
Cincinnati _____ at Tennessee _____ (FOX) 12:00
Minnesota _____ at Washington _____ (FOX) 1:00
Houston _____ at L.A. Rams (CBS) 1:05
Dallas _____ at Atlanta _____ (FOX) 4:25
New York Giants _____ at San Francisco _____ (FOX) 1:25
New England _____ at Denver _____* (NBC) 6:30
Monday, November 13 Miami _____ at Carolina _____ (ESPN) 8:30

ELEVENTH WEEK Thursday, November 16 Tennessee _____ at Pittsburgh _____ (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Open Date: Sunday, November 19 Detroit _____ at Chicago _____ (FOX) 12:00
Carolina, Indianapolis, Jacksonville _____ at Cleveland _____ (CBS) 1:00
Miami, New York Jets, Baltimore _____ at Green Bay _____ (CBS) 12:00
San Francisco, Tampa Bay Arizona _____ at Houston _____ (FOX) 12:00
L.A. Rams _____ at Minnesota _____ (FOX) 12:00
Washington _____ at New Orleans _____ (FOX) 12:00
Kansas City _____ at New York Giants _____ (CBS) 1:00
Buffalo _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (FOX) 1:05
Cincinnati _____ at Denver _____ (CBS) 2:25
New England _____ at Oakland _____ (Mexico City) (CBS) 3:25
Philadelphia _____ at Dallas _____* (NBC) 7:30
Monday, November 20 Atlanta _____ at Seattle _____ (ESPN) 5:30

* - Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

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TWELFTH WEEK Thursday, November 23 Minnesota _____ at Detroit _____ (FOX) 12:30
L.A. Chargers _____ at Dallas _____ (CBS) 3:30
New York Giants _____ at Washington _____ (NBC) 8:30
Sunday, November 26 Tampa Bay _____ at Atlanta _____ (FOX) 1:00
Cleveland _____ at Cincinnati _____ (CBS) 1:00
Tennessee _____ at Indianapolis _____ (CBS) 1:00
Buffalo _____ at Kansas City _____ (CBS) 12:00
Miami _____ at New England _____ (CBS) 1:00
Carolina _____ at New York Jets _____ (FOX) 1:00
Chicago _____ at Philadelphia _____ (FOX) 1:00
New Orleans _____ at L.A. Rams (FOX) 1:05
Seattle _____ at San Francisco _____ (FOX) 1:05
Jacksonville _____ at Arizona _____ (CBS) 2:25
Denver _____ at Oakland _____ (CBS) 1:25
Green Bay _____ at Pittsburgh _____* (NBC) 8:30
Monday, November 27 Houston _____ at Baltimore _____ (ESPN) 8:30

THIRTEENTH WEEK Thursday, November 30 Washington _____ at Dallas _____ (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 7:25
Sunday, December 3 Minnesota _____ at Atlanta _____ (FOX) 1:00
Detroit _____ at Baltimore _____ (FOX) 1:00
New England _____ at Buffalo _____ (CBS) 1:00
San Francisco _____ at Chicago _____ (CBS) 12:00
Tampa Bay _____ at Green Bay _____ (FOX) 12:00
Indianapolis _____ at Jacksonville _____ (CBS) 1:00
Denver _____ at Miami _____ (CBS) 1:00
Carolina _____ at New Orleans _____ (FOX) 12:00
Kansas City _____ at New York Jets _____ (CBS) 1:00
Houston _____ at Tennessee _____ (CBS) 12:00
Cleveland _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (CBS) 1:05
L.A. Rams _____ at Arizona _____ (FOX) 2:25
New York Giants _____ at Oakland _____ (FOX) 1:25
Philadelphia _____ at Seattle _____* (NBC) 5:30
Monday, December 4 Pittsburgh _____ at Cincinnati _____ (ESPN) 8:30

FOURTEENTH WEEK Thursday, December 7 New Orleans _____ at Atlanta _____ (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, December 10 Indianapolis _____ at Buffalo _____ (CBS) 1:00
Minnesota _____ at Carolina _____ (CBS) 1:00
Chicago _____ at Cincinnati _____ (FOX) 1:00
Green Bay _____ at Cleveland _____ (FOX) 1:00
San Francisco _____ at Houston _____ (FOX) 12:00
Seattle _____ at Jacksonville _____ (FOX) 1:00
Oakland _____ at Kansas City _____ (CBS) 12:00
Detroit _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (FOX) 1:00
Tennessee _____ at Arizona _____ (CBS) 2:05
New York Jets _____ at Denver _____ (CBS) 2:05
Washington _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (CBS) 1:05
Philadelphia _____ at L.A. Rams (FOX) 1:25
Dallas _____ at New York Giants _____ (FOX) 4:25
Baltimore _____ at Pittsburgh _____* (NBC) 8:30
Monday, December 11 New England _____ at Miami _____ (ESPN) 8:30

FIFTEENTH WEEK Thursday, December 14 Denver _____ at Indianapolis _____ (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Saturday, December 16 Chicago _____ at Detroit _____ (NFLN) 4:30
L.A. Chargers _____ at Kansas City _____ (NFLN) 7:25
Sunday, December 17 Miami _____ at Buffalo _____ (CBS) 1:00
Green Bay _____ at Carolina _____ (FOX) 1:00
Baltimore _____ at Cleveland _____ (CBS) 1:00
Houston _____ at Jacksonville _____ (CBS) 1:00
Cincinnati _____ at Minnesota _____ (CBS) 12:00
New York Jets _____ at New Orleans _____ (CBS) 12:00
Philadelphia _____ at New York Giants _____ (FOX) 1:00
Arizona _____ at Washington _____ (FOX) 1:00
L.A. Rams _____ at Seattle _____ (FOX) 1:05
New England _____ at Pittsburgh _____ (CBS) 4:25
Tennessee _____ at San Francisco _____ (CBS) 1:25
Dallas _____ at Oakland _____* (NBC) 5:30
Monday, December 18 Atlanta _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (ESPN) 8:30

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SIXTEENTH WEEK Saturday, December 23 Indianapolis _____ at Baltimore _____ (NFLN) 4:30
Minnesota _____ at Green Bay _____ (NBC) 7:30
Sunday, December 24 Tampa Bay _____ at Carolina _____ (FOX) 1:00
Cleveland _____ at Chicago _____ (CBS) 12:00
Detroit _____ at Cincinnati _____ (FOX) 1:00
Miami _____ at Kansas City _____ (CBS) 12:00
Buffalo _____ at New England _____ (CBS) 1:00
Atlanta _____ at New Orleans _____ (FOX) 12:00
L.A. Chargers _____ at New York Jets _____ (CBS) 1:00
L.A. Rams _____ at Tennessee _____ (FOX) 12:00
Denver _____ at Washington _____ (CBS) 1:00
Jacksonville _____ at San Francisco _____ (CBS) 1:05
New York Giants _____ at Arizona _____ (FOX) 2:25
Seattle _____ at Dallas _____ (FOX) 3:25
Monday, December 25 Pittsburgh _____ at Houston _____ (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 3:30
Oakland _____ at Philadelphia _____ (ESPN) 8:30

SEVENTEENTH WEEK Sunday, December 31 Carolina _____ at Atlanta _____ (FOX) 1:00
Cincinnati _____ at Baltimore _____ (CBS) 1:00
Green Bay _____ at Detroit _____ (FOX) 1:00
Houston _____ at Indianapolis _____ (CBS) 1:00
Buffalo _____ at Miami _____ (CBS) 1:00
Chicago _____ at Minnesota _____ (FOX) 12:00
New York Jets _____ at New England _____ (CBS) 1:00
Washington _____ at New York Giants _____ (FOX) 1:00
Dallas _____ at Philadelphia _____ (FOX) 1:00
Cleveland _____ at Pittsburgh _____ (CBS) 1:00
New Orleans _____ at Tampa Bay _____ (FOX) 1:00
Jacksonville _____ at Tennessee _____ (CBS) 12:00
Kansas City _____ at Denver _____ (CBS) 2:25
Oakland _____ at L.A. Chargers _____ (CBS) 1:25
San Francisco _____ at L.A. Rams (FOX) 1:25
Arizona _____ at Seattle _____ (FOX) 1:25
TBD (NBC) 8:30

* - Sunday night games in Weeks 5-15 subject to change; Week 17 game TBD

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POSTSEASON AND NATIONALLY TELEVISED GAMES

Wild Card Playoff Games Saturday, January 6, 2018 American Football Conference
Site Priorities
Two Wild Card teams (division non- _____________________ at _____________________
champions with best two records)
from each conference and the division National Football Conference
champions with the third and fourth-
best record in each conference will _____________________ at _____________________
enter the first round of the playoffs.
The division champion with the third- Sunday, January 7, 2018 American Football Conference
best record will play host to the Wild
Card team with the second-best _____________________ at _____________________
record. The division champion with
the fourth-best record will play host to National Football Conference
the Wild Card team with the best
record. There are no restrictions on _____________________ at _____________________
intra-division games.

Divisional Playoff Games Saturday, January 13, 2018 American Football Conference
Site Priorities
In each conference, the two division _____________________ at _____________________
champions with the highest won-lost-
tied percentage during the regular National Football Conference
season will play host to the Wild Card
winners. The division champion with _____________________ at _____________________
the best record in each conference is
assured of playing the lowest seeded Sunday, January 14, 2018 American Football Conference
Wild Card survivor. There are no
restrictions on intra-division games. _____________________ at _____________________

National Football Conference

_____________________ at _____________________

Championship Games Sunday, January 21, 2018 American Football Conference
Site Priorities for
Championship Games _____________________ at _____________________
The home teams will be the surviving
playoff winners with the highest
seeds. A Wild Card team cannot play
host unless two Wild Card teams are
in the game, in which case the Wild National Football Conference
Card team that was seeded highest in
the first round of the playoffs will be _____________________ at _____________________
the home team.

Pro Bowl Sunday, January 28, 2018 2018 Pro Bowl, Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida

_____________________ vs. _____________________

Super Bowl LII Sunday, February 4, 2018 Super Bowl LII, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota

_____________________ vs. ______________________

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2017 SCHEDULE AND NOTE CALENDAR
2017 NATIONALLY TELEVISED GAMES
All times ET and PM unless otherwise notated
Thursday, Sept. 7 Kansas City at New England (NBC) 8:30
Sunday, Sept. 10 N.Y. Giants at Dallas (NBC) 8:30
Monday, Sept. 11 New Orleans at Minnesota (ESPN) 7:10
L.A. Chargers at Denver (ESPN) 10:20
Thursday, Sept. 14 Houston at Cincinnati (NFLN) 8:25 POSTSEASON GAMES
Sunday, Sept. 17 Green Bay at Atlanta (NBC) 8:30 Saturday, January 6 AFC and NFC Wild Card Playoffs
Monday, Sept. 18 Detroit at N.Y. Giants (ESPN) 8:30 and Sunday, January 7 (CBS, ESPN, FOX and NBC)
Thursday, Sept. 21 L.A. Rams at San Francisco (NFLN) 8:25
Sunday, Sept. 24 Baltimore vs. Jacksonville in London (TBD) 9:30a Saturday, January 13 AFC and NFC Divisional Playoffs
Oakland at Washington (NBC) 8:30 and Sunday, January 14 (CBS, FOX, and NBC)
Monday, Sept. 25 Dallas at Arizona (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Sept. 28 Chicago at Green Bay (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25 Sunday, January 21 AFC and NFC Championship
Sunday, Oct. 1 New Orleans vs. Miami in London (FOX) 9:30a Games (CBS and FOX)
Indianapolis at Seattle (NBC) 8:30
Monday, Oct. 2 Washington at Kansas City (ESPN) 8:30 Sunday, January 28 Pro Bowl in Orlando, FL
Thursday, Oct. 5 New England at Tampa Bay (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Oct. 8 Kansas City at Houston (NBC)* 8:30 Sunday, February 4 Super Bowl LII in Minnesota (NBC)
Monday, Oct. 9 Minnesota at Chicago (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Oct. 12 Philadelphia at Carolina (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Oct. 15 N.Y. Giants at Denver (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Oct. 16 Indianapolis at Tennessee (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Oct. 19 Kansas City at Oakland (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Oct. 22 Arizona vs. L.A. Rams in London (FOX) 1:00
Atlanta at New England (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Oct. 23 Washington at Philadelphia (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Oct. 26 Miami at Baltimore (CBS/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Oct. 29 Minnesota vs. Cleveland in London (NFLN) 9:30a
Pittsburgh at Detroit (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Oct. 30 Denver at Kansas City (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Nov. 2 Buffalo at N.Y. Jets (NFLN) 8:25
Sunday, Nov. 5 Oakland at Miami (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Nov. 6 Detroit at Green Bay (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Nov. 9 Seattle at Arizona (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Nov. 12 New England at Denver (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Nov. 13 Miami at Carolina (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Nov. 16 Tennessee at Pittsburgh (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Nov. 19 Philadelphia at Dallas (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Nov. 20 Atlanta at Seattle (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Nov. 23 Minnesota at Detroit (FOX) 12:30
L.A. Chargers at Dallas (CBS) 4:30
N.Y. Giants at Washington (NBC) 8:30
Sunday, Nov. 26 Green Bay at Pittsburgh (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Nov. 27 Houston at Baltimore (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Nov. 30 Washington at Dallas (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Dec. 3 Philadelphia at Seattle (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Dec. 4 Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Dec. 7 New Orleans at Atlanta (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Sunday, Dec. 10 Baltimore at Pittsburgh (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Dec. 11 New England at Miami (ESPN) 8:30
Thursday, Dec. 14 Denver at Indianapolis (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 8:25
Saturday, Dec. 16 Chicago at Detroit (NFLN) 4:30
L.A. Chargers at Kansas City (NFLN) 8:25
Sunday, Dec. 17 Dallas at Oakland (NBC)* 8:30
Monday, Dec. 18 Atlanta at Tampa Bay (ESPN) 8:30
Saturday, Dec. 23 Indianapolis at Baltimore (NFLN) 4:30
Minnesota at Green Bay (NBC) 8:30
Monday, Dec. 25 Pittsburgh at Houston (NBC/NFLN/Amazon) 4:30
Oakland at Philadelphia (ESPN) 8:30
Sunday, Dec. 31 To be determined (NBC)* 8:30

*The NFL again will utilize “flexible scheduling” in 2017.

Flexible scheduling moves will be announced at least 12 days
before games in Weeks 5-15. In Week 17, the flexible
scheduling move will be announced at least six days before the
game. Flexible scheduling will ensure quality matchups on
Sunday night in those weeks and give “surprise” teams a
chance to play their way on to primetime.

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IMPORTANT DATES
2017 August 30 All tryouts on this date and for the
Mid-July Preseason training camps open. Clubs may remainder of the season must be
require Rookies and First-Year Players to reported to the League office.
report seven days prior to the Club’s September 2 Roster cut-down to maximum of 53 players
earliest permissible mandatory reporting on Active/Inactive List by 4 P.M., New
date for veteran players. Veteran players York time. Clubs may dress minimum of
cannot be required to report earlier than 43 and maximum of 46 players for each
15 days prior to club’s first preseason regular-season and postseason game.
game. September 2 Simultaneously with the cut-down to 53,
July 15 Deadline at 4 P.M., New York time, for any clubs that have players in the categories
club that designated a Franchise Player of Active/Physically Unable to Perform or
to sign such player to a multi-year Active/Non-Football Injury or Illness must
contract or extension. After this date, the take one of the following options: Place
player may sign only a one-year contract player on Reserve/Physically Unable to
with the designating club for the 2017 Perform or Reserve/Non-Football Injury
season, and such contract cannot be or Illness, whichever is applicable; ask
extended until after the Club’s last regular waivers; terminate; trade; or continue to
season game. count him on Active List.
July 22 Signing period ends at 4 P.M., New York September 3 After 12 P.M., New York time, clubs may
time, for Transition Players with establish a Practice Squad of 10 players
outstanding tenders. After this date and by signing free agents who do not have
through 4 P.M., New York time, on the an accrued season of free-agency credit
Tuesday after the 10th regular season or who were on the 46-player Active List
weekend, Old Club has exclusive for less than nine regular-season games
negotiating rights to these players. during their only Accrued Season(s). A
July 22# Signing period ends at 4 P.M., New York player cannot participate on the Practice
time, for Unrestricted Free Agents to Squad for more than three seasons.
whom a May 9 tender was made by Old September 4-8 All clubs are required to file a personnel
Club. After this date and through 4 P.M., (injury) report with their conference
New York time, on the Tuesday after the information manager by 4:00 P.M., New
10th regular season weekend, Old Club York time. Reports are to be filed every
has exclusive negotiating rights to these Wednesday, Thursday and Friday before
players. a regular-season game by 4:00 P.M., New
#or the first scheduled day of the first NFL York time (or as soon as possible after
training camp, whichever is later. the completion of practice). An update
August 3-6 Hall of Fame Weekend. must also be reported if there is any
August 3 Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, change in a player's condition after
Canton, Ohio: Friday.
Arizona vs. Dallas Sept. 7, 10-11 Regular Season opens.
August 8 Deadline for players under contract to Sept. 8, 11-12 Beginning on these dates vested veterans
report to earn a season of free-agency terminated from the Active List or
credit. Inactive List (and from Reserve/Injured if
August 8 If a Drafted Rookie has not signed with his the player is placed on Reserve/Injured
club by this date, he may not be traded after the beginning of the regular season)
to any other club in 2017. are entitled to receive, after the end of
August 10-14 First Preseason Weekend. the regular-season schedule, Termination
August 12-16 Deadline for club to provide written notice Pay pursuant to the terms of the CBA.
to certain unsigned players and the September 26 Priority on multiple waiver claims is now
NFLPA of its intent to place them on the based on the current season’s standing.
Exempt List if they fail to report no later
than one day prior to the club’s second
preseason game. Any player who fails to
report prior to the deadline will be
ineligible to play or receive compensation
for at least three games (preseason or
regular season) from the time that he
reports.

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IMPORTANT DATES
Mid-October Beginning the sixth calendar day prior to the November 14 Deadline for clubs to sign by 4 P.M., New
club’s game on the seventh regular York time, their Unrestricted Free Agents
season week, clubs are permitted to to whom May 10 tender was made. If
begin practicing players on still unsigned after this date, such
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform players are prohibited from playing in
and Reserve/Non-Football Injury or NFL in 2017.
Illness for a period not to exceed 21 November 14 Deadline for clubs to sign by 4 P.M., New
days. Players may be activated during York time, their Restricted Free Agents to
the 21-day practice period or until 4 P.M., whom June 1 tender was made. If such
New York time, on the day after the players remain unsigned, they are
conclusion of the 21-day period. prohibited from playing in NFL in 2017.
At any time after six weeks have elapsed November 14 Deadline for clubs to sign Drafted players
since a player was placed on by 4 P.M., New York time. If such players
Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Non-Football remain unsigned, they are prohibited
Injury/Illness, each club is permitted to from playing in NFL in 2017.
designate two players for return from December 1 Deadline for reinstatement of players in
either list to the Club’s 53-player Reserve List categories of Retired, Did
Active/Inactive List. Not Report, and Exclusive Rights, and of
The player who is “Designated For Return” players who were placed on Reserve/Left
must have suffered a major football- Squad in a previous season.
related or non-football-related injury after December 29 Deadline for waiver requests in 2017,
reporting to training camp and must have except for “special waiver requests,”
been placed on the applicable Reserve which have a 10-day claiming period,
List after 4 P.M., New York time, on the with termination or assignment delayed
day after the final roster reduction. until after the Super Bowl.
A player whom the Club wishes to
designate for return is permitted to return 2018
to practice for a period not to exceed 21 January 1 Clubs may begin signing free-agent players
days. The Club is required to notify the for the 2018 season.
League office that the player has been January 6-7 Wild Card Playoff Games.
“Designated For Return” on the first day January 13-14 Divisional Playoff Games.
the player begins to practice. The player January 21 AFC and NFC Championship Games.
cannot be returned to the Active/Inactive January 28 Pro Bowl, Camping World Stadium,
List until eight weeks have elapsed since Orlando, Florida.
the date he was placed on Reserve. February 4 Super Bowl LII, U.S. Bank Stadium,
October 31 All trading ends at 4 P.M., New York time. Minnesota.
November 1 Players with at least four previous pension-
credited seasons are subject to the 2019
waiver system for the remainder of the February 3* Super Bowl LIII, Mercedes-Benz Stadium,
regular season and postseason. Atlanta.
November 14 Signing period ends at 4 P.M., New York
time, for Franchise Players who are 2020
eligible to receive Offer Sheets. February 2* Super Bowl LIV, Hard Rock Stadium,
November 14 Deadline for clubs to sign by 4 P.M., New South Florida.
York time, their unsigned Franchise and
Transition Players, including Franchise 2021
Players who were eligible to receive Offer February 7* Super Bowl LV, Raymond James Stadium,
Sheets until this date. If still unsigned Tampa.
after this date, such players are
prohibited from playing in NFL in 2017. 2022
February 6* Super Bowl LVI, New Los Angeles Stadium,
Los Angeles.

*Tentative date

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NFL ON THE INTERNET
The NFL is online to provide fans and media quick and easy NFL RUSH Gameday – (http://nflrush.com/apps/nflrush-gameday/)
access to all the latest professional football information. NFL RUSH Gameday is the official kids’ app of the NFL, allowing
NFL.COM—(http://NFL.com) families to experience gameday like never before. This interactive
NFL.com, the league’s year-round home page on the Internet, experience brings gameday to life through a club-customized
provides NFL information during the regular season, postseason, experience, avatar creation, and mini-games that reflect the
and offseason, including: action on the field.
NEWS/STATS: Up-to-the-minute NFL news and analysis, plus USAFOOTBALL.COM—(http://usafootball.com)
game previews, injury reports, and player and team stats. USA Football designs and delivers premier educational,
GAMEDAY COVERAGE: Live game coverage with instant developmental and competitive programs to advance and grow
highlights, play-by-play, scores, and statistics, including the sport. As the sport’s national governing body, member of the
graphical drive charts and comprehensive scoreboard that U.S. Olympic Committee and organizer of the U.S. National Team
reloads automatically with the latest information. for international competition, USA Football partners with leaders
VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: The site showcases instant game in medicine, child advocacy and athletics to support positive
highlights, NFL Films video highlights of the previous week’s football experiences for youth, high school and other amateur
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feature stories and team highlight clips from every game last Indianapolis, USA Football was endowed by the NFL and NFLPA
season. In addition, exclusive NFL Network programming is in 2002.
featured as well as original video content. NFL.COM/COMMUNITY—(http://www.NFL.com/community)
NFL GAME PASS: NFL Game Pass is the league’s premium This site is dedicated to the National Football League’s off-the-field
subscription product that brings fans in the U.S. replays of every initiatives. It provides helpful information relating to the NFL’s three
game of the season, live out-of-market preseason games, and primary campaigns: promoting youth health and wellness through
live gameday audio. NFL PLAY 60, continuing the fight against cancer through Crucial
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condensed games. The NFL also takes pride in recognizing the philanthropic efforts of
Exclusive ‘All-22’ and ‘High Endzone’ angle footage is its players, coaches and staff through the annual presentations of
available in coaches film. the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year, Salute to Service, and Don
The product also includes access to archives of games from Shula High School Coach of the Year awards.
2009-2016 and previous seasons of NFL Films shows such as
Hard Knocks and A Football Life. PLAYFOOTBALL.COM—(http://www.PlayFootball.com)
Fans can access NFL Game Pass on desktop PlayFootball.com, the official site of NFL Youth and High School
(nfl.com/gamepass), through NFL Mobile from Verizon on Football, encourages participation and celebrates the efforts of
smartphones and tablets, and in the NFL app across select youth and high school players and coaches. The site serves as a
consoles and streaming devices, including Microsoft’s Xbox One hub for the youth and high school football community and features
and Apple TV. The full season of NFL Game Pass costs $99. football stories shared by participants as well as best practices and
NFL MOBILE PRODUCTS: A suite of mobile products including resources aimed to create a positive playing experience. Join the
the premium product NFL Mobile from Verizon (NFL.com/Apps) conversation on social media at #LetsPlayFootball.
that delivers live Thursday Night Football, Sunday Night Football, PROFOOTBALLHOF.COM—(http://profootballhof.com)
Monday Night Football and NFL RedZone to fans on the go. Profootballhof.com is the official site of the Pro Football Hall of
FANTASY: Top-of-the-line fantasy football experience guided Fame in Canton, Ohio. In addition to a complete visitor’s guide to
by the best experts in the business. the Hall, the site features bios, stories and Q & A’s with Hall of
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manage your teams in the easiest way information on appearances by members of the Hall.
imaginable with the NFL Fantasy App.
OFFICIAL NFL TEAM SITES
NFL.COM/ESPANOL POWERED BY UNIVISION— In addition to a dedicated area on NFL.com, all 32 teams have
(http://NFL.univision.com/) their own Websites, which have separate URLs, and are linked
The official Spanish-language site of the NFL provides in depth from NFL.com.
information on teams and players, and offers highlights of every Arizona Cardinals (www.azcardinals.com)
NFL game in Spanish. The site includes Hispanic player diaries, Atlanta Falcons (www.atlantafalcons.com)
live radio broadcasts, up-to-date stats, fantasy football, and more. Baltimore Ravens (www.baltimoreravens.com)
PLAYSMARTPLAYSAFE.COM—(http://www.PlaySmartPlaySafe.com) Buffalo Bills (www.buffalobills.com)
This is the official website for Play Smart. Play Safe.— the Carolina Panthers (www.panthers.com)
National Football League’s health and safety initiative to drive Chicago Bears (www.chicagobears.com)
progress in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of head Cincinnati Bengals (www.bengals.com)
injuries, enhance medical protocols and further improve the way Cleveland Browns (www.clevelandbrowns.com)
the game is taught and played. This site highlights the latest news Dallas Cowboys (www.dallascowboys.com)
on the NFL’s $100 million commitment to independent medical Denver Broncos (www.denverbroncos.com)
research and engineering advancements, and it features health Detroit Lions (www.detroitlions.com)
and safety information and resources for parents, coaches and Green Bay Packers (www.packers.com)
players at all levels. Houston Texans (www.houstontexans.com)
Indianapolis Colts (www.colts.com)
NFLFLAG.COM—(http://NFLflag.com) Jacksonville Jaguars (www.jaguars.com)
NFLFLAG.com focuses on the NFL FLAG Program. Boys and girls Kansas City Chiefs (www.kcchiefs.com)
ages 5-17 nationwide have the opportunity to display their skills Los Angeles Chargers (www.chargers.com)
in a non-contact environment by playing in five-on-five flag Los Angeles Rams (www.therams.com)
football games. This website is a resource for league and youth Miami Dolphins (www.miamidolphins.com)
organizers, coaches and parents who want to start of find a local Minnesota Vikings (www.vikings.com)
NFL FLAG league in their area as well as promote a positive New England Patriots (www.patriots.com)
experience for their youth participants. New Orleans Saints (www.neworleanssaints.com)
NFLRUSH.COM—(http://www.NFLRUSH.com) New York Giants (www.giants.com)
a. NFLRUSH.COM/NFL RUSH App—(http://www.NFLRUSH.com) New York Jets (www.newyorkjets.com)
NFL RUSH is the official kids’ website of the NFL, offering young Oakland Raiders (www.raiders.com)
fans a football community, unique customizable content, Philadelphia Eagles (www.philadelphiaeagles.com)
highlights, GIFs, fun videos and more! NFL RUSH brings young Pittsburgh Steelers (www.steelers.com)
fans together around the game of football, unbelievable San Francisco 49ers (www.49ers.com)
highlights, and fast-paced conversation around what is trending Seattle Seahawks (www.seahawks.com)
in the NFL. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (www.buccaneers.com)
Tennessee Titans (www.titansonline.com)
Washington Redskins (www.redskins.com)

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NFL NETWORK
NFL Network provides fans with a network to call their own. NFL GAMEDAY FIRST
NFL GameDay First returns this season, kicking off at 7:00 AM ET
Seven days a week, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, fans turn each Sunday, providing the first look at the day’s NFL action.
to NFL Network to receive information and insight straight from
the field, team headquarters, league offices and everywhere the NFL GAMEDAY MORNING
NFL is making news. NFL GameDay Morning is the most comprehensive pregame
show on the air Sundays at 9:00 AM ET during the regular sea-
NFL Network gives fans unprecedented year-round inside access son and playoffs, providing fans with the news and notes, as well
to all NFL events, including the Super Bowl, Playoffs, regular sea- as live reports from around the league.
son, preseason, Pro Bowl, Pro Football Hall of Fame induction
weekend, NFL Draft, NFL Scouting Combine, Senior Bowl, league NFL GAMEDAY LIVE
meetings, minicamps and training camps. NFL GameDay Live is the only show that delivers in-progress
highlights of all of the 1:00 and 4:00 PM ET games every Sun-
The season, the Thursday Night Football partnership with CBS day, as well as live fantasy updates and reports, live press con-
and NBC continues for a second year. Both CBS and NBC will ferences and 1-on-1 interviews, and live reports from game sites.
broadcast five Thursday Night Football games. All Thursday Night
Football broadcast games will continue to be simulcast on NFL NFL GAMEDAY HIGHLIGHTS
Network. NFL Network will also exclusively televise an eight- Following the late afternoon games, NFL GameDay Highlights
game schedule of regular season games comprised of Thursday analyzes the events of the day with highlights from all completed
Night Football, late-season games on Saturday, and additional games, expert commentary, on-field interviews and postgame
games to be determined. press conferences.

In addition, NFL Network is the only place on television for fans NFL GAMEDAY PRIME
to view NFL games outside their initial live airings. From original After each Sunday’s final game, Pro Football Hall of Famer Deion
broadcast versions of past Super Bowls, in-week replays of cur- Sanders speaks with the top performers from the day’s action on
rent games, original network telecasts of classic NFL regular sea- NFL GameDay Prime, with LaDainian Tomlinson and Chris Rose.
son and postseason games, to every preseason game — NFL
Network is truly the year-round destination for football fans. NFL NFL REPLAY
Network is currently in more than 72 million homes and has car- NFL games will be re-aired with the original television announc-
riage agreements with each of the country’s largest television ers and cameras. This offering features the most exciting games
providers. If your provider doesn’t currently offer NFL Network, each week in an abbreviated format (eliminating halftime and
please call (866) NFL-NETWORK. other non-critical elements), and includes enhancements to each
broadcast such as additional camera angles, sideline sound and
For fans on the go, all NFL Network programming can also be postgame interviews.
streamed live on smartphones through NFL Mobile from Verizon,
as well as other digital platforms through Watch NFL Network on THE TOP 100: PLAYERS OF 2017
tablet (NFL Mobile, Watch NFL Network and NFL on Windows 10 The Top 100 is the annual series which sparks wide debate each
apps), PC (NFL.com/watch), Xbox One and Xbox 360 (NFL on offseason on NFL Network. Current players vote for their peers to
Xbox app) and other connected TV devices (NFL app on Apple TV, compile a list of the top 100 playmakers today, counting down
PlayStation 4, Android TV and Amazon Fire TV). Watch NFL Net- from 100 to 1 with 10 players featured in each episode.
work access is available for NFL Network subscribers of partici-
pating TV providers. For more information, go to AMERICA’S GAME
NFL.com/nflnetwork. The Emmy Award-winning original series continues its profiles of
Super Bowl champions with the 2016 New England Patriots.
KEY PROGRAMMING
NFL NOW
LIVE PRIMETIME GAMES Available on NFL.com/Now, the NFL Mobile app and on Twitter
The season, the Thursday Night Football partnership with CBS (@NFLNow), NFL Now provides NFL fans with unique and in-
and NBC continues for a second year. Both CBS and NBC will depth content, featuring Ike Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew, Colleen
broadcast five Thursday Night Football games. All Thursday Night Wolfe, Marc Istook and more.
Football broadcast games will continue to be simulcast on NFL
Network. NFL Network will also exclusively televise an eight- ORIGINAL PROGRAMMING
game schedule of regular season games comprised of Thursday NFL Network offers a comprehensive slate of original program-
Night Football, late-season games on Saturday, and additional ming throughout the 2017 NFL season, including the return of
games to be determined. popular series A Football Life, Undrafted and The Timeline.

NFL TOTAL ACCESS NFL’s TOP 10
NFL Network’s signature show is the football show of record. NFL Putting a fresh twist on the countdown genre, NFL’s Top 10 is a
Total Access is uniquely structured to see the game through the fast-paced series that provides an irreverent look at some of the
participants’ eyes, airing at 7:00 PM ET Monday through Satur- most intriguing subjects in the NFL, creating and debating a top
day. Covering all 32 teams, NFL Total Access features interviews ten list for each category. Each 60-minute episode counts down
with players, coaches and other key league personnel. from No. 10 to the top ranking in each category.

GOOD MORNING FOOTBALL SOUND FX
Live from New York City, Good Morning Football airs Monday-Fri- The sounds of the game that only NFL Films can capture – with
day at 7:00 AM ET. Hosts Kay Adams, Nate Burleson, Peter exclusive on-field and sideline microphone access – will be fea-
Schrager and Kyle Brandt set the football conversation for the tured on the Emmy award-winning Sound FX.
day.
PRESEASON GAMES
NFL Network is the only place on television where fans can view
all 65 NFL preseason games in high-definition.

Log on to www.NFL.com/NFLnetwork for more information on
NFL Network.

2017 NFL Record & Fact Book 15
SCHEDULING FORMULA
The NFL expanded to 32 teams in 2002 with the addition of the Houston Texans. In addition, the NFL realigned for the first time since
1970—into eight divisions of four teams each—and the scheduling formula that was introduced guarantees for the first time that all
teams play each other on a regular, rotating basis. Although the number of teams has increased to 32, the number of playoff teams
remains the same at 12.

Under the NFL scheduling formula, every team within a division plays 16 games as follows:

• Home and away against its three division opponents (6 games).
• The four teams from another division within its conference on a rotating three-year cycle (4 games).
• The four teams from a division in the other conference on a rotating four-year cycle (4 games).
• Two intraconference games based on the prior year’s standings (2 games). These games will match a first-place team
against the first-place teams in the two same-conference divisions the team is not scheduled to play that season. The
second-place, third-place, and fourth-place teams in a conference will be matched in the same way each year.

The schedule format takes each team through a cycle of games—home and away—against every other team in the league. From
2002-2009, every team played every other team at least twice—once home and once away. After the 2008 season, a decision was
made to continue with the same rotation in 2010 and beyond.

In determining how to begin the divisional rotation in 2002, the displacement of teams from their old divisions in the new alignment
was taken into account. Preference was given to scheduling games with former division rivals and other regional opponents for clubs
realigned from otherwise intact divisions.

FUTURE SCHEDULING ROTATION

2017 2018*

AFC Intraconference AFCW AFCS
EAST Interconference NFCS NFCN

AFC Intraconference AFCS AFCW
NORTH Interconference NFCN NFCS

AFC Intraconference AFCN AFCE
SOUTH Interconference NFCW NFCE

AFC Intraconference AFCE AFCN
WEST Interconference NFCE NFCW

NFC Intraconference NFCW NFCS
EAST Interconference AFCW AFCS

NFC Intraconference NFCS NFCW
NORTH Interconference AFCN AFCE

NFC Intraconference NFCN NFCE
SOUTH Interconference AFCE AFCN

NFC Intraconference NFCE NFCN
WEST Interconference AFCS AFCW

*Subject to Change

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SCHEDULING FORMULA
AFC EAST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
BUFFALO MIAMI NEW ENGLAND N.Y. JETS
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division DEN KC DEN KC KC DEN KC DEN
OAK LAC OAK LAC LAC OAK LAC OAK
Interconference by Division NO ATL NO ATL ATL NO ATL NO
TB CAR TB CAR CAR TB CAR TB
Intraconference by Position AFCS AFCN AFCS AFCN AFCS AFCN AFCS AFCN

AFC EAST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
BUFFALO MIAMI NEW ENGLAND N.Y. JETS
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Intraconference by Division JAX HOU JAX HOU HOU JAX HOU JAX
TENN IND TENN IND IND TENN IND TENN
Interconference by Division CHI GB CHI GB GB CHI GB CHI
DET MINN DET MINN MINN DET MINN DET
Intraconference by Position AFCW AFCN AFCW AFCN AFCW AFCN AFCW AFCN

AFC NORTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
BALTIMORE CINCINNATI CLEVELAND PITTSBURGH
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Intraconference by Division HOU JAX HOU JAX JAX HOU JAX HOU
IND TENN IND TENN TENN IND TENN IND
Interconference by Division CHI GB CHI GB GB CHI GB CHI
DET MINN DET MINN MINN DET MINN DET
Intraconference by Position AFCE AFCW AFCE AFCW AFCE AFCW AFCE AFCW

AFC NORTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
BALTIMORE CINCINNATI CLEVELAND PITTSBURGH
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division DEN KC DEN KC KC DEN KC DEN
OAK LAC OAK LAC LAC OAK LAC OAK
Interconference by Division NO ATL NO ATL ATL NO ATL NO
TB CAR TB CAR CAR TB CAR TB
Intraconference by Position AFCE AFCS AFCE AFCS AFCE AFCS AFCE AFCS

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AFC SOUTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
HOUSTON INDIANAPOLIS JACKSONVILLE TENNESSEE
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Intraconference by Division CLE BALT CLE BALT BALT CLE BALT CLE
PITT CIN PITT CIN CIN PITT CIN PITT
Interconference by Division ARIZ LAR ARIZ LAR LAR ARIZ LAR ARIZ
SF SEA SF SEA SEA SF SEA SF
Intraconference by Position AFCW AFCE AFCW AFCE AFCW AFCE AFCW AFCE

AFC SOUTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
HOUSTON INDIANAPOLIS JACKSONVILLE TENNESSEE
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Intraconference by Division BUFF NE BUFF NE NE BUFF NE BUFF
MIA NYJ MIA NYJ NYJ MIA NYJ MIA
Interconference by Division DALL PHIL DALL PHIL PHIL DALL PHIL DALL
NYG WASH NYG WASH WASH NYG WASH NYG
Intraconference by Position AFCN AFCW AFCN AFCW AFCN AFCW AFCN AFCW

AFC WEST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
DENVER KANSAS CITY L.A. CHARGERS OAKLAND
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Intraconference by Division NE BUFF BUFF NE BUFF NE NE BUFF
NYJ MIA MIA NYJ MIA NYJ NYJ MIA
Interconference by Division DALL PHIL PHIL DALL PHIL DALL DALL PHIL
NYG WASH WASH NYG WASH NYG NYG WASH
Intraconference by Position AFCN AFCS AFCN AFCS AFCN AFCS AFCN AFCS

AFC WEST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
DENVER KANSAS CITY L.A. CHARGERS OAKLAND
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Intraconference by Division CLE BALT BALT CLE BALT CLE CLE BALT
PITT CIN CIN PITT CIN PITT PITT CIN
Interconference by Division LAR ARIZ ARIZ LAR ARIZ LAR LAR ARIZ
SEA SF SF SEA SF SEA SEA SF
Intraconference by Position AFCS AFCE AFCS AFCE AFCS AFCE AFCS AFCE

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NFC EAST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
DALLAS N.Y. GIANTS PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON
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Intraconference by Division LAR ARIZ LAR ARIZ ARIZ LAR ARIZ LAR
SEA SF SEA SF SF SEA SF SEA
Interconference by Division KC DEN KC DEN DEN KC DEN KC
LAC OAK LAC OAK OAK LAC OAK LAC
Intraconference by Position NFCN NFCS NFCN NFCS NFCN NFCS NFCN NFCS

NFC EAST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
DALLAS N.Y. GIANTS PHILADELPHIA WASHINGTON
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division NO ATL NO ATL ATL NO ATL NO
TB CAR TB CAR CAR TB CAR TB
Interconference by Division JAX HOU JAX HOU HOU JAX HOU JAX
TENN IND TENN IND IND TENN IND TENN
Intraconference by Position NFCN NFCW NFCN NFCW NFCN NFCW NFCN NFCW

NFC NORTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
CHICAGO DETROIT GREEN BAY MINNESOTA
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Intraconference by Division ATL NO ATL NO NO ATL NO ATL
CAR TB CAR TB TB CAR TB CAR
Interconference by Division CLE BALT CLE BALT BALT CLE BALT CLE
PITT CIN PITT CIN CIN PITT CIN PITT
Intraconference by Position NFCW NFCE NFCW NFCE NFCW NFCE NFCW NFCE

NFC NORTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
CHICAGO DETROIT GREEN BAY MINNESOTA
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division LAR ARIZ LAR ARIZ ARIZ LAR ARIZ LAR
SEA SF SEA SF SF SEA SF SEA
Interconference by Division NE BUFF NE BUFF BUFF NE BUFF NE
NYJ MIA NYJ MIA MIA NYJ MIA NYJ
Intraconference by Position NFCS NFCE NFCS NFCE NFCS NFCE NFCS NFCE

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NFC SOUTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
ATLANTA CAROLINA NEW ORLEANS TAMPA BAY
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Intraconference by Division GB CHI GB CHI CHI GB CHI GB
MINN DET MINN DET DET MINN DET MINN
Interconference by Division BUFF NE BUFF NE NE BUFF NE BUFF
MIA NYJ MIA NYJ NYJ MIA NYJ MIA
Intraconference by Position NFCE NFCW NFCE NFCW NFCE NFCW NFCE NFCW

NFC SOUTH NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
ATLANTA CAROLINA NEW ORLEANS TAMPA BAY
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division DALL PHIL DALL PHIL PHIL DALL PHIL DALL
NYG WASH NYG WASH WASH NYG WASH NYG
Interconference by Division BALT CLE BALT CLE CLE BALT CLE BALT
CIN PITT CIN PITT PITT CIN PITT CIN
Intraconference by Position NFCW NFCN NFCW NFCN NFCW NFCN NFCW NFCN

NFC WEST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2017
ARIZONA L.A. RAMS SAN FRANCISCO SEATTLE
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division DALL PHIL PHIL DALL DALL PHIL PHIL DALL
NYG WASH WASH NYG NYG WASH WASH NYG
Interconference by Division JAX HOU HOU JAX JAX HOU HOU JAX
TENN IND IND TENN TENN IND IND TENN
Intraconference by Position NFCS NFCN NFCS NFCN NFCS NFCN NFCS NFCN

NFC WEST NON-DIVISIONAL OPPONENTS 2018*
ARIZONA L.A. RAMS SAN FRANCISCO SEATTLE
Home Away Home Away Home Away Home Away
Intraconference by Division CHI GB GB CHI CHI GB GB CHI
DET MINN MINN DET DET MINN MINN DET
Interconference by Division DEN KC KC DEN DEN KC KC DEN
OAK SD SD OAK OAK SD SD OAK
Intraconference by Position NFCE NFCS NFCE NFCS NFCE NFCS NFCE NFCS

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NFL ACTIVE STATISTICAL LEADERS
TOP ACTIVE PASSERS
1,000 or more attempts
Pct. Pct. Had Pct. Ratings
Yrs. Att. Comp. Comp. Yards TD TD Int. Int. Pts.
1. Aaron Rodgers 12 4,657 3,034 65.1 36,827 297 6.4 72 1.5 104.1
2. Russell Wilson 5 2,281 1,476 64.7 18,193 127 5.6 45 2.0 99.6
3. Tom Brady 17 8,224 5,244 63.8 61,582 456 5.5 152 1.8 97.2
4. Drew Brees 16 8,758 5,836 66.6 66,111 465 5.3 220 2.5 96.3
5. Philip Rivers 13 5,917 3,811 64.4 45,833 314 5.3 156 2.6 94.7
6. Ben Roethlisberger 13 5,932 3,804 64.1 46,814 301 5.1 160 2.7 94.1
7. Matt Ryan 9 5,064 3,288 64.9 37,701 240 4.7 114 2.3 93.6
8. Kirk Cousins 5 1,556 1,025 65.9 12,113 72 4.6 42 2.7 93.6
9. Matt Schaub 13 3,274 2,093 63.9 24,867 133 4.1 90 2.7 89.1
10. Andy Dalton 6 3,060 1,920 62.7 22,214 142 4.6 81 2.6 89.1
11. Colin Kaepernick 6 1,692 1,011 59.8 12,271 72 4.3 30 1.8 88.9
12. Robert Griffin III 4 1,210 766 63.3 8,983 42 3.5 26 2.1 88.4
13. Nick Foles 5 1,285 776 60.4 9,215 56 4.4 27 2.1 88.1
14. Carson Palmer 13 6,040 3,777 62.5 44,269 285 4.7 180 3.0 88.0
15. Derek Carr 3 1,732 1,055 60.9 11,194 81 4.7 31 1.8 87.9
16. Andrew Luck 5 2,651 1,570 59.2 19,078 132 5.0 68 2.6 87.3
17. Matthew Stafford 8 4,285 2,634 61.5 30,303 187 4.4 108 2.5 86.8
18. Ryan Tannehill 5 2,637 1,653 62.7 18,455 106 4.0 66 2.5 86.5
19. Cam Newton 6 2,928 1,710 58.4 21,772 136 4.6 78 2.7 86.1
20. Alex Smith 11 4,108 2,536 61.7 27,846 157 3.8 91 2.2 85.3
21. Jameis Winston 2 1,102 657 59.6 8,132 50 4.5 33 3.0 85.2
22. Shaun Hill 11 1,225 757 61.8 8,295 49 4.0 30 2.4 84.9
23. Brian Hoyer 8 1,199 714 59.5 8,608 44 3.7 26 2.2 84.8
24. Sam Bradford 6 2,844 1,773 62.3 18,667 98 3.4 57 2.0 84.5
25. Joe Flacco 9 4,742 2,915 61.5 32,639 182 3.8 117 2.5 84.5

TOP ACTIVE SCORERS TOP ACTIVE SCORERS (TOUCHDOWNS)
(number in parentheses represents 2-point conversions scored)
Yrs. TD FG PAT TP Yrs. Rush Rec. Ret. Tot.
1. Adam Vinatieri 21 0 530 786(1) 2,378 1. Antonio Gates 14 0 111 0 111
2. Sebastian Janikowski 17 0 414 557 1,799 2. Larry Fitzgerald 13 0 104 0 104
3. Phil Dawson 18 1 404 480 1,698 3. Adrian Peterson 10 97 5 0 102
4. Matt Bryant 15 0 334 485 1,487 4. Frank Gore 12 74 16 1 91
5. Stephen Gostkowski 11 0 303 548 1,457 5. Anquan Boldin 14 1 82 0 83
6. Mason Crosby 10 0 262 481 1,267 Marshawn Lynch 9 74 9 0 83
7. Robbie Gould 12 0 286 399 1,257 7. Brandon Marshall 11 0 82 0 82
8. Nick Folk 10 0 239 335 1,052 8. LeSean McCoy 8 60 13 0 73
9. Dan Carpenter 9 0 236 291 999 9. Matt Forté 9 52 20 0 72
10. Matt Prater 10 0 216 348 996 10. DeAngelo Williams 11 61 9 0 70
11. Stephen Hauschka 9 0 191 271 844 11. Dez Bryant 7 0 67 2 69
12. Graham Gano 8 0 181 242 785 Rob Gronkowski 7 1 68 0 69
13. Ryan Succop 8 0 174 255 777 13. Jamaal Charles 9 43 20 1 64
14. Dan Bailey 6 0 171 250 763 Chris Johnson 9 55 9 0 64
15. Nick Novak 9 0 173 239 758 15. Jordy Nelson 8 0 63 0 63
16. Connor Barth 8 0 157 205 676 Jason Witten 14 0 63 0 63
17. Justin Tucker 5 0 168 166 670 17. Darren Sproles 11 22 30 9 61
18. Antonio Gates 14 111 0 0 666 18. Jimmy Graham 7 0 59 0 59
19. Larry Fitzgerald 13 104 0 0(1) 626 19. Reggie Bush 11 36 18 4 58
20. Adrian Peterson 10 102 0 0(1) 614 20. Vernon Davis 11 0 57 0 57
21. Blair Walsh 5 0 133 156 555 Vincent Jackson 12 0 57 0 57
22. Frank Gore 12 91 0 0(1) 548 22. Antonio Brown 7 0 50 5 55
23. Anquan Boldin 14 83 0 0(2) 502 23. Eric Decker 7 0 52 1 53
Marshawn Lynch 9 83 0 0(2) 502 DeSean Jackson 9 3 46 4 53
25. Brandon Marshall 11 82 0 0(2) 496 Mike Wallace 8 0 53 0 53

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NFL ACTIVE STATISTICAL LEADERS
TOP ACTIVE RUSHERS TOP ACTIVE PASS RECEIVERS

Yrs. Att. Yards TD Yrs. No. Yards TD
1. Frank Gore 12 2,965 13,065 74 1. Larry Fitzgerald 13 1,125 14,389 104
2. Adrian Peterson 10 2,418 11,747 97 2. Jason Witten 14 1,089 11,888 63
3. Chris Johnson 9 2,118 9,537 55 3. Anquan Boldin 14 1,076 13,779 82
4. Matt Forté 9 2,253 9,415 52 4. Brandon Marshall 11 941 12,061 82
5. Marshawn Lynch 9 2,144 9,112 74 5. Antonio Gates 14 897 11,192 111
6. LeSean McCoy 8 1,898 8,954 60 6. Antonio Brown 7 632 8,377 50
7. DeAngelo Williams 11 1,730 8,096 61 7. Greg Olsen 10 622 7,365 52
8. Jamaal Charles 9 1,332 7,260 43 8. Pierre Garcon 9 564 7,068 37
9. Jonathan Stewart 9 1,501 6,638 45 9. Demaryius Thomas 7 546 7,704 52
10. DeMarco Murray 6 1,420 6,515 43 10. Vincent Jackson 12 540 9,080 57
11. Reggie Bush 11 1,286 5,490 36 11. Darren Sproles 11 525 4,583 30
12. Darren McFadden 9 1,301 5,423 28 12. Michael Crabtree 8 521 6,252 43
13. Ryan Mathews 7 1,184 5,261 37 13. Matt Forté 9 517 4,379 20
14. LeGarrette Blount 7 1,168 5,122 49 14. Vernon Davis 11 505 6,424 57
15. Alfred Morris 5 1,147 4,956 31 15. Jimmy Graham 7 499 6,280 59
16. Chris Ivory 7 1,000 4,470 27 16. DeSean Jackson 9 498 8,819 46
17. Mark Ingram 6 953 4,238 32 17. Julio Jones 6 497 7,610 40
18. Doug Martin 5 1,012 4,227 23 Jordy Nelson 8 497 7,366 63
19. Le’Veon Bell 4 908 4,045 26 19. Mike Wallace 8 486 7,324 53
20. Lamar Miller 5 906 4,003 24 20. A.J. Green 6 481 7,135 49
21. Rashad Jennings 7 930 3,772 23 21. Reggie Bush 11 477 3,598 18
22. Cam Newton 6 689 3,566 48 22. Jeremy Maclin 7 474 6,395 46
23. C.J. Spiller 7 710 3,451 12 23. Dez Bryant 7 462 6,621 67
24. Eddie Lacy 4 788 3,435 23 24. Golden Tate 7 445 5,416 29
25. Darren Sproles 11 671 3,305 22 25. Benjamin Watson 12 434 4,963 38

TOP ACTIVE SCRIMMAGE YARDS LEADERS TOP ACTIVE INTERCEPTORS
Yrs. Rush Rec Total TD Yrs. No. Yards TD
1. Frank Gore 12 13,065 3,427 16,492 90 1. DeAngelo Hall 13 43 838 5
2. Larry Fitzgerald 13 68 14,389 14,457 104 2. Terence Newman 14 41 360 3
3. Anquan Boldin 14 229 13,779 14,008 83 3. Reggie Nelson 10 35 483 1
4. Matt Forté 9 9,415 4,379 13,794 72 4. Aqib Talib 9 33 619 9
5. Adrian Peterson 10 11,747 1,945 13,692 102 5. Brent Grimes 10 30 394 3
6. Brandon Marshall 11 118 12,061 12,179 82 Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie 9 30 535 6
7. Jason Witten 14 0 11,888 11,888 63 Richard Sherman 6 30 375 2
8. LeSean McCoy 8 8,954 2,930 11,884 73 Tramon Williams 10 30 425 1
9. Chris Johnson 9 9,537 2,212 11,749 64 9. Darrelle Revis 10 29 466 3
10. Antonio Gates 14 0 11,192 11,192 111 10. Leon Hall 10 27 290 3
11. Marshawn Lynch 9 9,112 1,979 11,091 83 11. Johnathan Joseph 11 26 507 5
12. DeAngelo Williams 11 8,096 2,106 10,202 70 12. Mike Adams 13 25 284 2
13. Jamaal Charles 9 7,260 2,457 9,717 63 Jairus Byrd 8 25 468 2
14. Vincent Jackson 12 161 9,080 9,241 57 Michael Griffin 10 25 328 1
15. DeSean Jackson 9 380 8,819 9,199 49 15. Earl Thomas 7 23 295 1
16. Reggie Bush 11 5,490 3,598 9,088 54 Eric Weddle 10 23 382 3
17. Antonio Brown 7 119 8,377 8,496 50 17. Vontae Davis 8 22 228 1
18. DeMarco Murray 6 6,515 1,899 8,414 48 18. Kurt Coleman 7 21 238 2
19. Darren Sproles 11 3,305 4,583 7,888 52 Brandon Flowers 9 21 421 4
20. Jonathan Stewart 9 6,638 1,243 7,881 51 Glover Quin 8 21 285 1
21. Demaryius Thomas 7 6 7,704 7,710 52 21. Patrick Peterson 6 20 222 1
22. Julio Jones 6 94 7,610 7,704 40 22. Antoine Bethea 11 19 254 1
23. Mike Wallace 8 237 7,324 7,561 53 Karlos Dansby 13 19 301 6
24. Darren McFadden 9 5,423 2,114 7,537 33 Joe Haden 7 19 231 1
25. Jordy Nelson 8 0 7,366 7,366 63 Devin McCourty 7 19 298 0

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NFL ACTIVE STATISTICAL LEADERS
TOP ACTIVE PUNT RETURNERS TOP ACTIVE PUNTERS
40 or more punt returns 50 or more punts
Yrs. No. Yards Avg. TD Yrs. No. Avg. LG
1. Travis Benjamin 5 77 916 11.9 3 1. Shane Lechler 17 1,352 47.5 80
2. Devin Hester 11 315 3,695 11.7 14 2. Thomas Morstead 8 467 47.0 70
3. Julian Edelman 8 157 1,832 11.7 4 3. Johnny Hekker 5 434 46.9 78
4. Jeremy Ross 5 78 874 11.2 1 4. Sam Martin 4 282 46.9 72
5. Eric Weems 10 121 1,309 10.8 1 5. Marquette King 4 357 46.7 72
6. Marcus Sherels 7 169 1,799 10.6 5 6. Bryan Anger 5 430 46.7 73
7. Golden Tate 7 88 936 10.6 0 7. Tress Way 3 196 46.4 77
8. Ted Ginn 10 238 2,497 10.5 4 8. Andy Lee 13 1,047 46.3 82
9. Dexter McCluster 7 133 1,388 10.4 3 9. Drew Kaser 1 59 46.3 69
10. Eddie Royal 9 131 1,354 10.3 3 10. Matt Darr 2 182 46.0 70
11. Leodis McKelvin 9 99 1,021 10.3 3 11. Matt Bosher 6 367 45.9 69
12. Adam Jones 10 176 1,791 10.2 5 12. Ryan Allen 4 287 45.7 67
13. Danny Amendola 8 147 1,476 10.0 0 13. Riley Dixon 1 89 45.7 68
14. De’Anthony Thomas 3 63 632 10.0 1 14. Donnie Jones 13 1,043 45.5 80
15. T.Y. Hilton 5 48 480 10.0 1 15. Brad Nortman 5 365 45.5 78
16. Dwayne Harris 6 150 1,476 9.8 3 16. Brett Kern 9 685 45.3 79
17. Micah Hyde 4 76 738 9.7 3 17. Sam Koch 11 862 45.2 74
18. Antonio Brown 7 175 1,698 9.7 4 18. Chris Jones 6 283 45.2 66
19. Darren Sproles 11 289 2,782 9.6 7 19. Britton Colquitt 7 555 45.2 67
20. DeSean Jackson 9 134 1,289 9.6 4 20. Kevin Huber 8 609 45.0 75
21. Patrick Peterson 6 173 1,664 9.6 4 21. Brad Wing 3 230 45.0 74
22. Randall Cobb 6 82 786 9.6 2 22. Dustin Colquitt 12 966 44.8 81
23. Brandon Tate 8 180 1,716 9.5 1 23. Jon Ryan 11 822 44.7 77
24. Lardarius Webb 8 57 540 9.5 1 24. Ryan Quigley 4 259 44.6 69
25. Jarvis Landry 3 77 723 9.4 1 25. Jordan Berry 2 127 44.2 79

TOP ACTIVE KICKOFF RETURNERS
40 or more kickoff returns TOP ACTIVE QUARTERBACK SACKERS
Yrs. No. Yards Avg. TD Yrs. No.
1. Cordarrelle Patterson 4 134 4,075 30.4 5 1. Julius Peppers 15 143.5
2. Jarvis Landry 3 47 1,275 27.1 0 2. Dwight Freeney 15 122.5
3. Benny Cunningham 4 95 2,575 27.1 0 3. Terrell Suggs 14 114.5
4. Knile Davis 4 73 1,960 26.8 2 4. Elvis Dumervil 10 99.0
5. Quintin Demps 9 110 2,931 26.6 2 5. Mario Williams 11 97.5
6. Jordan Todman 5 85 2,262 26.6 1 6. Trent Cole 12 90.5
7. Dwayne Harris 6 121 3,204 26.5 1 7. Tamba Hali 11 89.5
8. Marcus Sherels 7 40 1,045 26.1 0 8. James Harrison 14 81.5
9. Tyler Lockett 2 56 1,458 26.0 1 Cameron Wake 8 81.5
10. Leodis McKelvin 9 95 2,471 26.0 1 10. J.J. Watt 6 76.0
11. Adam Jones 10 121 3,147 26.0 0 11. Von Miller 6 73.5
12. Randall Cobb 6 74 1,915 25.9 1 12. Cliff Avril 9 73.0
13. Josh Huff 3 48 1,237 25.8 2 13. Clay Matthews 8 72.5
14. Bruce Ellington 2 50 1,279 25.6 0 14. Charles Johnson 10 67.5
15. Deonte Thompson 5 71 1,803 25.4 0 15. Justin Houston 6 60.0
16. Darren Sproles 11 331 8,350 25.2 2 16. Ryan Kerrigan 6 58.5
17. Keshawn Martin 5 80 2,001 25.0 0 Chris Long 9 58.5
18. Antonio Brown 7 47 1,173 25.0 1 18. Brian Orakpo 8 57.5
19. Devin Hester 11 295 7,333 24.9 5 19. Carlos Dunlap 7 57.0
20. Bobby Rainey 4 40 993 24.8 0 20. Calais Campbell 9 56.5
21. Marc Mariani 5 154 3,766 24.5 1 21. Brian Robison 10 56.0
22. Jamaal Charles 9 51 1,246 24.4 1 22. Robert Quinn 6 54.0
23. Brandon Tate 8 219 5,342 24.4 2 23. Ahmad Brooks 10 53.5
24. Jeremy Ross 5 77 1,878 24.4 1 24. Geno Atkins 7 52.0
25. Eric Weems 10 165 4,012 24.3 1 25. Connor Barwin 8 50.5

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WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN 2017
The New England Patriots need one Super Bowl victory to tie Brees has four seasons with at least 35 touchdown passes
the Pittsburgh Steelers (six) for the most Super Bowl wins in NFL and can become the first player in NFL history to pass for at least
history. 35 touchdown passes in five seasons (see Brady and Rodgers
New England has recorded a winning record in 16 consecutive notes).
seasons (2001-16) and can surpass San Francisco (1983-98)
and Dallas (1970-85) for the most consecutive seasons with a Brees can become the first quarterback in NFL history to pass
.500 or better record since the 1970 merger. for at least 40 touchdowns in three seasons. Brees has two
The Patriots have made the playoffs for eight consecutive seasons with at least 40 touchdown passes (see Rodgers note).
seasons (2009-16), tied with Green Bay (2009-16), Pittsburgh
(1972-79), the Los Angeles Rams (1973-80), Dallas (1966-73) TOM BRADY, New England, has six seasons with at least 30
and San Francisco (1983-90). With a playoff berth, New England touchdown passes and can join Favre (nine), P. Manning (nine)
would tie Dallas (1975-83) and Indianapolis (2002-10) for the and Brees (nine) as the only players to pass for at least 30
most consecutive playoff appearances in NFL history. touchdowns in seven seasons.

The Dallas Cowboys need seven wins to reach 500 regular- Brady has four seasons with at least 35 touchdown passes
season victories. Dallas’ all-time regular-season record is 493- and can become the first player in NFL history to pass for at least
367-6. 35 touchdowns in five seasons (see Brees and Rodgers notes).

The Denver Broncos need 12 victories to reach 500 total Brady has led the league in touchdown passes four times in
victories. Denver’s all-time record is 488-412-10. his career and can become the first quarterback in NFL history to
lead the league in touchdown passes five times.
The Baltimore Ravens need four victories to reach 200 total
victories. Baltimore’s all-time record is 196-162-1. Brady has 183 regular-season wins and needs four wins to
pass P. Manning (186) and Favre (186) for the most regular-
Bill Belichick, New England, needs one championship to join season wins by a starting quarterback in NFL history.
George Halas and Curly Lambeau as the only coaches in NFL
history with six championships since the league began Brady has 51 career games with three touchdown passes and
postseason play in 1933. Belichick has five Super Bowl titles as no interceptions and needs one to pass P. Manning (51) for the
a head coach. most such games in NFL history.
Belichick needs eight victories to pass Tom Landry (270) for
the third-most total victories by a head coach in NFL history. In Brady has passed for at least 4,000 yards eight times in his
22 seasons, Belichick has 263 career victories. career and can join P. Manning (14) and Brees (11) as the only
players to pass for 4,000 yards in nine seasons.
John Harbaugh, Baltimore, needs five victories to reach 100
total wins in his career. In nine seasons, Harbaugh has 95 career ELI MANNING, New York Giants, needs 1,786 passing yards
victories. to become the seventh player in NFL history with 50,000 career
passing yards (see Rivers and Roethlisberger note). In 13
Jack Del Rio, Oakland, needs 12 victories to reach 100 total seasons, Manning has 48,214 passing yards.
wins in his career. In 11 seasons, Del Rio has 88 career victories.
Manning needs 30 touchdown passes to become the sixth
DREW BREES, New Orleans, needs 290 completions to player in NFL history with 350 career touchdown passes. In 13
surpass Peyton Manning (6,125) for the second-most all-time. seasons, Manning has 320 touchdown passes.
Brees needs 465 completions to surpass Brett Favre (6,300) for
the all-time record. In 16 seasons, Brees has 5,836 completions. PHILIP RIVERS, Los Angeles Chargers, needs 4,167 passing
yards to become the seventh player in NFL history to reach
Brees has led the league in completions five times and can tie 50,000 career passing yards (see E. Manning and Roethlisberger
Dan Marino (six) for the all-time record. notes). In 13 seasons, Rivers has 45,833 passing yards.

Brees can extend his NFL record streak of consecutive Rivers has 3,811 career completions and needs 189 to
seasons with at least 30 touchdown passes. Brees has passed become the eighth player in NFL history with at least 4,000
for at least 30 touchdowns in each of the past nine seasons and completions (see Roethlisberger note).
can surpass Favre (nine) and P. Manning (nine) to become the
only quarterback to throw at least 30 touchdown passes in 10 BEN ROETHLISBERGER, Pittsburgh, needs 3,186 passing
different seasons. yards to become the seventh player in NFL history with 50,000
career passing yards (see E. Manning and Rivers notes). In 13
Brees needs 35 touchdown passes to join P. Manning (539) seasons, Roethlisberger has 46,814 passing yards.
and Favre (508) as the only players with 500 career touchdown
passes. In 16 seasons, Brees has 465 touchdown passes. Roethlisberger can become the eighth player in NFL history
with 4,000 career completions (see Rivers note). In 13 seasons,
Brees needs 3,889 passing yards to join P. Manning (71,940) Roethlisberger has 3,804 career completions.
and Favre (71,838) as the third quarterback with 70,000 career
passing yards. In 16 seasons, Brees has 66,111 passing yards. AARON RODGERS, Green Bay, needs three touchdown
passes to become the 11th player in NFL history to reach the 300
Brees needs five games with at least four touchdown passes mark (see Palmer note). In 12 seasons, Rodgers has 297
to surpass P. Manning (35) and move into first place on the NFL’s touchdown passes.
all-time list for games with at least four touchdown passes.
Rodgers can become the first quarterback in NFL history to
Brees can become the first player to lead the league in passing pass for at least 40 touchdowns in three seasons (see Brees
yards eight times in his career. Sonny Jurgensen (five) and Dan note). Rodgers has passed for at least 40 touchdowns in two
Marino (five) are tied for the second-most such seasons in NFL seasons.
history. Brees led the NFL with 5,208 passing yards in 2016.
Rodgers has four seasons with at least 35 touchdown passes
Brees can extend his NFL-record streak of seasons with at and can become the first player in NFL history to pass for at least
least 4,000 passing yards. Brees has passed for at least 4,000 35 touchdown passes in five seasons (see Brees and Brady
yards in 11 consecutive seasons. notes).

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CARSON PALMER, Arizona, needs 15 touchdown passes to JASON WITTEN, Dallas, needs 112 receiving yards to join
become the 11th player in NFL history to reach 300 career Gonzalez (15,127) as the only tight ends in NFL history to reach
touchdown passes (see Rodgers note). In 13 seasons, Palmer 12,000 career receiving yards. In 14 seasons, Witten has 11,888
has 285 touchdown passes. receiving yards.

MATT RYAN, Atlanta, has passed for at least 4,000 yards in Witten needs 11 receptions to become the sixth player in NFL
six consecutive seasons and can become the second player in history to record at least 1,100 career receptions. In 14 seasons,
NFL history with 4,000 passing yards in seven consecutive Witten has 1,089 catches.
seasons, joining Brees (11) (see Stafford note).
ANTONIO GATES, Los Angeles Chargers, needs one
MATTHEW STAFFORD, Detroit, has passed for at least 4,000 touchdown catch to pass Gonzalez (111) for the most all-time by
yards in six consecutive seasons and can become the second a tight end.
player in NFL history with 4,000 passing yards in seven
consecutive seasons, joining Brees (11) (see Ryan note). ROB GRONKOWSKI, New England, has three seasons with at
least 1,000 receiving yards and can join Gonzalez (four) and
DEREK CARR, Oakland, needs 3,000 passing yards to Witten (four) as the only tight ends with at least four seasons with
become the sixth player in NFL history to start their career with 1,000 receiving yards.
four consecutive 3,000 yard seasons.
JULIUS PEPPERS, Carolina, needs 6.5 sacks to become the
JAMEIS WINSTON, Tampa Bay, needs 35 touchdown passes fourth player with 150 sacks since the sack became an official
to become the fourth player in NFL history to pass for at least 85 statistic in 1982. In 15 seasons, Peppers has 143.5 sacks.
touchdowns in his first three seasons. In two seasons, Winston
has 50 touchdown passes. J.J. WATT, Houston, can increase his NFL record total of 20-
sack seasons. In six seasons, Watt has two seasons with 20
ADRIAN PETERSON, New Orleans, needs 10 rushing sacks, the most since the sack became an official statistic in
touchdowns to join LaDainian Tomlinson (nine) as the only 1982.
players in NFL history to rush for 10 touchdowns in at least nine
different seasons. Peterson is currently tied with Emmitt Smith Watt has three seasons with at least 15 sacks and can tie
(eight). Reggie White (four) for the most seasons with at least 15 sacks
since the sack became an official statistic in 1982.
Peterson has six 200-yard rushing games in his career. He
needs one 200-yard game to surpass O.J. Simpson (six) for the Watt has led the league in sacks twice in his career and can
most all-time. become the first player to lead the league three times since the
sack became an official statistic in 1982.
Peterson needs three rushing touchdowns to become the
ninth player in NFL history with 100 rushing touchdowns. In 10 ELVIS DUMERVIL, San Francisco, needs one sack to reach
seasons, Peterson has 97 rushing touchdowns. 100 career sacks. In 10 seasons, Dumervil has recorded 99
sacks.
Peterson needs 566 rushing yards to pass Thurman Thomas
(12,074), Franco Harris (12,120), Marcus Allen (12,243), ADAM VINATIERI, Indianapolis, needs to convert 36 field
Edgerrin James (12,246), Marshall Faulk (12,279) and Jim goals to pass Morten Andersen (565) for the most made field
Brown (12,312) to move into 10th all-time in rushing yards. In 10 goals in NFL history. In 21 seasons, Vinatieri has converted 530
seasons, Peterson has 11,747 rushing yards. field goals.

FRANK GORE, Indianapolis, needs 1,000 rushing yards to join Vinatieri needs 22 points to become the third player in NFL
Curtis Martin (10), Barry Sanders (10), Walter Payton (10) and history to record 2,400 career points. In 21 seasons, Vinatieri has
E. Smith (11) as the only players in NFL history to rush for 1,000 2,378 points.
yards in at least 10 different seasons. In 12 seasons, Gore has
rushed for 1,000 yards nine times. STEPHEN GOSTKOWSKI, New England, has led the league in
scoring five times in his career and can surpass Don Hutson
Gore needs 935 rushing yards to become the fifth player in (five) and Gino Cappelletti (five) as the only player to lead the
NFL history to reach 14,000 career rushing yards. In 12 seasons, league in points scored six times.
Gore has 13,065 rushing yards.
Gostkowski has led the league in field goals three times in his
DARREN SPROLES, Philadelphia, needs 672 all-purpose career and can join Lou Groza (five), Ward Cuff (four) and Jack
yards to move into fifth place in NFL history. In 12 seasons, Manders (four) as the only player to lead the league in field goals
Sproles has 19,011 all-purpose yards. at least four times.

LARRY FITZGERALD, Arizona, needs 75 receptions to join With 30 field goals, Gostkowski will join David Akers (five) and
Jerry Rice (1,549) and Tony Gonzalez (1,325) as the only players John Carney (five) as the only players in NFL history with five
in NFL history to record 1,200 receptions. In 13 seasons, seasons of 30 or more field goals.
Fitzgerald has 1,125 catches.
SEBASTIAN JANIKOWSKI, Oakland, needs 100 points to
Fitzgerald needs eight touchdown catches to pass Gonzalez become the 12th NFL player with 11 career seasons scoring at
(111) and Antonio Gates (111) and move into sixth place all-time. least 100 points.
In 13 seasons, Fitzgerald has 104 touchdown receptions.
Janikowski needs 23 made field goals to move into eighth on
BRANDON MARSHALL, New York Giants, needs 59 the NFL’s all-time made field goals list.
receptions to become the 15th player in NFL history with 1,000
career catches. In 11 seasons, Marshall has 941 receptions. MATT PRATER, Detroit, needs four field goals of at least 50
yards to climb into the top five of converted 50-yard field goals
MIKE EVANS, Tampa Bay, has at least 1,000 receiving yards in NFL history. In 10 seasons, Prater has 36 field goals of at least
in each of his first three seasons and can become the third player 50 yards.
in NFL history to record at least 1,000 receiving yards in each of
his first four seasons, joining A.J. Green and Randy Moss.

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COACHES RECORDS
ACTIVE COACHES’ CAREER RECORDS (Order Based on Career Victories)
Start of 2017 Season
Regular Season Postseason Career
Coach Team(s) Yrs. Won Lost Tied Pct. Won Lost Pct. Won Lost Tied Pct.
Bill Belichick Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots 22 237 115 0 .673 26 10 .722 263 125 0 .678
Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs 18 173 114 1 .602 11 12 .478 184 126 1 .593
John Fox Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos,
Chicago Bears 15 128 112 0 .533 8 7 .533 136 119 0 .533
Mike McCarthy Green Bay Packers 11 114 61 1 .651 10 8 .556 124 69 1 .642
Marvin Lewis Cincinnati Bengals 14 118 103 3 .533 0 7 .000 118 110 3 .517
Pete Carroll New York Jets, New England Patriots,
Seattle Seahawks 11 103 72 1 .588 10 7 .588 113 79 1 .588
Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh Steelers 10 103 57 0 .644 8 6 .571 111 63 0 .638
Sean Payton New Orleans Saints 10 94 66 0 .588 6 4 .600 100 70 0 .588
John Harbaugh Baltimore Ravens 9 85 59 0 .590 10 5 .667 95 64 0 .597
Jack Del Rio Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders 11 87 84 0 .509 1 3 .250 88 87 0 .503
Jason Garrett Dallas Cowboys 7 58 46 0 .558 1 2 .333 59 48 0 .551
Ron Rivera Carolina Panthers 6 53 42 1 .557 3 3 .500 56 45 1 .554
Jim Caldwell Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Lions 6 53 43 0 .552 2 4 .333 55 47 0 .539
Chuck Pagano Indianapolis Colts 5 49 31 0 .613 3 3 .500 52 34 0 .605
Bruce Arians Arizona Cardinals 4 41 22 1 .648 1 2 .333 42 24 1 .634
Bill O’Brien Houston Texans 3 27 21 0 .563 1 2 .333 28 23 0 .549
Mike Mularkey Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars,
Tennessee Titans 5 27 46 0 .370 0 0 --- 27 46 0 .370
Mike Zimmer Minnesota Vikings 3 26 22 0 .542 0 1 .000 26 23 0 .531
Dan Quinn Atlanta Falcons 2 19 13 0 .594 2 1 .667 21 14 0 .600
Jay Gruden Washington Redskins 3 21 26 1 .448 0 1 .000 21 27 1 .439
Todd Bowles Miami Dolphins, New York Jets 3 17 18 0 .486 0 0 --- 17 18 0 .486
Doug Marrone Buffalo Bills, Jacksonville Jaguars 3 16 18 0 .471 0 0 --- 16 18 0 .471
Ben McAdoo New York Giants 1 11 5 0 .688 0 1 .000 11 6 0 .647
Adam Gase Miami Dolphins 1 10 6 0 .625 0 1 .000 10 7 0 .588
Dirk Koetter Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 9 7 0 .563 0 0 --- 9 7 0 .563
Hue Jackson Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns 2 9 23 0 .281 0 0 --- 9 23 0 .281
Doug Pederson Philadelphia Eagles 1 7 9 0 .438 0 0 --- 7 9 0 .438
Anthony Lynn Buffalo Bills, Los Angeles Chargers 1 0 1 0 .000 0 0 --- 0 1 0 .000
Vance Joseph Denver Broncos 0 0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 ---
Sean McDermott Buffalo Bills 0 0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 ---
Sean McVay Los Angeles Rams 0 0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 ---
Kyle Shanahan San Francisco 49ers 0 0 0 0 --- 0 0 --- 0 0 0 ---

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COACHES WITH 100 CAREER VICTORIES (Order Based on Career Victories)
Start of 2017 Season
Regular Season Postseason Career
Coach Team(s) Yrs. Won Lost Tied Pct. Won Lost Pct. Won Lost Tied Pct.
1. Don Shula Baltimore Colts, Miami Dolphins 33 328 156 6 .677 19 17 .528 347 173 6 .666
2. George Halas Chicago Bears 40 318 148 31 .682 6 3 .667 324 151 31 .682
3. Tom Landry Dallas Cowboys 29 250 162 6 .607 20 16 .556 270 178 6 .603
4. Bill Belichick Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots 22 237 115 0 .673 26 10 .722 263 125 0 .678
5. Earl (Curly) Lambeau Green Bay Packers, Chicago Cardinals,
` Washington Redskins 33 226 132 22 .631 3 2 .600 229 134 22 .631
6. Chuck Noll Pittsburgh Steelers 23 193 148 1 .566 16 8 .667 209 156 1 .572
7. Marty Schottenheimer Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs,
Washington Redskins, San Diego Chargers 21 200 126 1 .613 5 13 .278 205 139 1 .596
8. Dan Reeves Denver Broncos, New York Giants,
Atlanta Falcons 23 190 165 2 .535 11 9 .550 201 174 2 .536
9. Chuck Knox Los Angeles Rams, Buffalo Bills,
Seattle Seahawks 22 186 147 1 .558 7 11 .389 193 158 1 .550
10. Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles, Kansas City Chiefs 18 173 114 1 .602 11 12 .478 184 126 1 .593
11. Bill Parcells New York Giants, New England Patriots,
New York Jets, Dallas Cowboys 19 172 130 1 .569 11 8 .579 183 138 1 .570
12. Tom Coughlin Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants 20 170 150 0 .531 12 7 .632 182 157 0 .537
13. Mike Shanahan Los Angeles Raiders, Denver Broncos,
Washington Redskins 20 170 138 0 .552 8 6 .571 178 144 0 .553
Jeff Fisher Houston/Tennessee Oilers,
Tennessee Titans,
St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams 22 173 165 1 .512 5 6 .455 178 171 1 .510
15. Mike Holmgren Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks 17 161 111 0 .592 13 11 .542 174 122 0 .588
16. Joe Gibbs Washington Redskins 16 154 94 0 .621 17 7 .708 171 101 0 .629
17. Paul Brown Cleveland Browns, Cincinnati Bengals 21 166 100 6 .624 4 8 .333 170 108 6 .612
18. Bud Grant Minnesota Vikings 18 158 96 5 .621 10 12 .455 168 108 5 .608
19. Bill Cowher Pittsburgh Steelers 15 149 90 1 .623 12 9 .571 161 99 1 .619
20. Marv Levy Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills 17 143 112 0 .561 11 8 .579 154 120 0 .562
21. Steve Owen New York Giants 23 151 100 17 .602 2 8 .200 153 108 17 .586
22. Tony Dungy Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts 13 139 69 0 .668 9 10 .474 148 79 0 .652
23. Hank Stram Kansas City Chiefs, New Orleans Saints 17 131 97 10 .574 5 3 .625 136 100 10 .576
John Fox Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos,
Chicago Bears 15 128 112 0 .533 8 7 .533 136 119 0 .533
25. Weeb Ewbank Baltimore Colts, New York Jets 20 130 129 7 .502 4 1 .800 134 130 7 .508
26. Mike Ditka Chicago Bears, New Orleans Saints 14 121 95 0 .560 6 6 .500 127 101 0 .557
27. Dick Vermeil Philadelphia Eagles, St. Louis Rams,
Kansas City Chiefs 15 120 109 0 .524 6 5 .545 126 114 0 .525
28. Jim Mora New Orleans Saints, Indianapolis Colts 15 125 106 0 .541 0 6 .000 125 112 0 .527
29. George Seifert San Francisco 49ers, Carolina Panthers 11 114 62 0 .648 10 5 .667 124 67 0 .649
Mike McCarthy Green Bay Packers 11 114 61 1 .651 10 8 .556 124 69 1 .642
31. Sid Gillman Los Angeles Rams,
Los Angeles-San Diego Chargers,
Houston Oilers 18 122 99 7 .552 1 5 .167 123 104 7 .542
32. George Allen Los Angeles Rams, Washington Redskins 12 116 47 5 .712 2 7 .222 118 54 5 .686
Marvin Lewis Cincinnati Bengals 14 118 103 3 .533 0 7 .000 118 110 3 .517
Norv Turner Washington Redskins, Oakland Raiders,
San Diego Chargers 15 114 122 1 .483 4 4 .500 118 126 1 .484
35. Dennis Green Minnesota Vikings, Arizona Cardinals 13 113 94 0 .546 4 8 .333 117 102 0 .534
36. Don Coryell St. Louis Cardinals, San Diego Chargers 14 111 83 1 .572 3 6 .333 114 89 1 .561
37. Pete Carroll New York Jets, New England Patriots
Seattle Seahawks 11 103 72 1 .588 10 7 .588 113 79 1 .588
38. John Madden Oakland Raiders 10 103 32 7 .759 9 7 .563 112 39 7 .739
39. Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh Steelers 10 103 57 0 .644 8 6 .571 111 63 0 .638
40. Ray (Buddy) Parker Chicago Cardinals, Detroit Lions,
Pittsburgh Steelers 15 104 75 9 .581 3 1 .750 107 76 9 .585
41. Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers, Washington Redskins 10 96 34 6 .739 9 1 .900 105 35 6 .750
Tom Flores Oakland-Los Angeles Raiders
Seattle Seahawks 12 97 87 0 .527 8 3 .727 105 90 0 .538
43. Bill Walsh San Francisco 49ers 10 92 59 1 .609 10 4 .714 102 63 1 .617
44. Sean Payton New Orleans Saints 10 94 66 0 .588 6 4 .600 100 70 0 .588
Jon Gruden Oakland Raiders, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 11 95 81 0 .540 5 4 .556 100 85 0 .541

Active coaches in bold.
From 1920-71, tie games were not included in winning percentage.

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DRAFT LIST FOR 2017
82nd Annual NFL Draft, April 27-29, 2017 CINCINNATI BENGALS
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1.#John Ross—9, WR, Washington
+Denotes Compensatory Selection 2.#Joe Mixon—48, RB, Oklahoma, from MINNESOTA
#Denotes Underclassman Selection 3. Jordan Willis—73, DE, Kansas State
4.#Carl Lawson—116, LB, Auburn
ARIZONA CARDINALS # Josh Malone—128, WR, Tennessee,
1. Haason Reddick—13, LB, Temple from MIAMI through MINNESOTA
2.#Budda Baker—36, DB, Washington, from CHICAGO + Ryan Glasgow—138, DT, Michigan
3.+Chad Williams—98, WR, Grambling, from CAROLINA 5. Jake Elliott—153, K, Memphis
4. Dorian Johnson—115, G, Pittsburgh, from CAROLINA + J.J. Dielman—176, C, Utah
5. Will Holden—157, T, Vanderbilt 6. Jordan Evans—193, LB, Oklahoma
+ T.J. Logan—179, RB, North Carolina Brandon Wilson—207, DB, Houston,
6. Johnathan Ford—208, DB, Auburn, from OAKLAND from NEW YORK GIANTS through TENNESSEE
7.+Mason Schreck—251, TE, Buffalo
ATLANTA FALCONS
1. Takkarist McKinley—26, DE, UCLA, from SEATTLE CLEVELAND BROWNS
3. Duke Riley—75, LB, Louisiana State, from BUFFALO 1.#Myles Garrett—1, DE, Texas A&M
4. Sean Harlow—136, G, Oregon State # Jabrill Peppers—25, DB, Michigan, from HOUSTON
5. Damontae Kazee—149, DB, San Diego State, # David Njoku—29, TE, Miami, from GREEN BAY
from LOS ANGELES RAMS through BUFFALO 2.#DeShone Kizer—52, QB, Notre Dame, from TENNESSEE
# Brian Hill—156, RB, Wyoming, from BUFFALO 3. Larry Ogunjobi—65, DT, North Carolina-Charlotte
Eric Saubert—174, TE, Drake 4. Howard Wilson—126, DB, Houston, from DENVER
5.#Roderick Johnson—160, T, Florida State,
BALTIMORE RAVENS from MINNESOTA through NEW YORK JETS
1.#Marlon Humphrey—16, DB, Alabama 6.#Caleb Brantley—185, DT, Florida
2. Tyus Bowser—47, LB, Houston 7. Zane Gonzalez—224, K, Arizona State,
3. Chris Wormley—74, DE, Michigan, from PHILADELPHIA from NEW YORK JETS
Tim Williams—78, LB, Alabama + Matthew Dayes—252, RB, North Carolina, from DENVER
4. Nico Siragusa—122, G, San Diego State
5. Jermaine Eluemunor—159, G, Texas A&M DALLAS COWBOYS
6. Chuck Clark—186, DB, Virginia Tech, 1. Taco Charlton—28, DE, Michigan
from SAN FRANCISCO 2. Chidobe Awuzie—60, DB, Colorado
3. Jourdan Lewis—92, DB, Michigan
BUFFALO BILLS 4. Ryan Switzer—133, WR, North Carolina
1. Tre’Davious White—27, DB, Louisiana State, 6. Xavier Woods—191, DB, Louisiana Tech,
from KANSAS CITY from NEW YORK JETS
2. Zay Jones—37, WR, East Carolina, + Marquez White—216, DB, Florida State,
from LOS ANGELES RAMS from KANSAS CITY through NEW ENGLAND
Dion Dawkins—63, T, Temple, from ATLANTA 7. Joey Ivie—228, DT, Florida, from BUFFALO
5. Matt Milano—163, LB, Boston College, # Noah Brown—239, WR, Ohio State
from DENVER through NEW ENGLAND from DETROIT through NEW ENGLAND
Nathan Peterman—171, QB, Pittsburgh, from DALLAS Jordan Carrell—246, DT, Colorado
6. Tanner Vallejo—195, LB, Boise State
DENVER BRONCOS
CAROLINA PANTHERS 1.#Garett Bolles—20, T, Utah
1.#Christian McCaffrey—8, RB, Stanford 2. DeMarcus Walker—51, DE, Florida State
2.#Curtis Samuel—40, WR, Ohio State 3.#Carlos Henderson—82, WR, Louisiana Tech
Taylor Moton—64, T, Western Michigan, + Brendan Langley—101, DB, Lamar
from NEW ENGLAND 5. Jake Butt—145, TE, Michigan, from CLEVELAND
3. Daeshon Hall—77, DE, Texas A&M, from ARIZONA # Isaiah McKenzie—172, WR, Georgia, from GREEN BAY
5. Corn Elder—152, DB, Miami 6. De’Angelo Henderson—203, RB, Coastal Carolina,
6. Alex Armah—192, RB, West Georgia from TENNESSEE
7. Harrison Butker—233, K, Georgia Tech, 7.+Chad Kelly—253, QB, Mississippi
from INDIANAPOLIS through CLEVELAND
DETROIT LIONS
CHICAGO BEARS 1. Jarrad Davis—21, LB, Florida
1.#Mitchell Trubisky—2, QB, North Carolina, 2.#Teez Tabor—53, DB, Florida
from SAN FRANCISCO 3. Kenny Golladay—96, WR, Northern Illinois,
2.#Adam Shaheen—45, TE, Ashland, from ARIZONA from NEW ENGLAND
4. Eddie Jackson—112, DB, Alabama, 4. Jalen Reeves-Maybin—124, LB, Tennessee,
from LOS ANGELES RAMS from TENNESSEE through NEW ENGLAND
Tarik Cohen—119, RB, North Carolina A&T, from ARIZONA Michael Roberts—127, TE, Toledo
5. Jordan Morgan—147, G, Kutztown 5. Jamal Agnew—165, DB, San Diego
6. Jeremiah Ledbetter—205, DT, Arkansas
# Brad Kaaya—215, QB, Miami, from NEW ENGLAND
7. Pat O’Connor—250, DE, Eastern Michigan,
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DRAFT LIST FOR 2017
GREEN BAY PACKERS LOS ANGELES RAMS
2. Kevin King—33, DB, Washington, from CLEVELAND 2. Gerald Everett—44, TE, South Alabama, from BUFFALO
# Josh Jones—61, DB, North Carolina State 3. Cooper Kupp—69, WR, Eastern Washington
3. Montravius Adams—93, DE, Auburn John Johnson—91, DB, Boston College,
4. Vince Biegel—108, LB, Wisconsin, from CLEVELAND from KANSAS CITY through BUFFALO
Jamaal Williams—134, RB, Brigham Young 4. Josh Reynolds—117, WR, Texas A&M,
5. DeAngelo Yancey—175, WR, Purdue, from BUFFALO through CHICAGO
from NEW ENGLAND through CLEVELAND Samson Ebukam—125, LB, Eastern Washington,
and DENVER from TAMPA BAY through NEW YORK JETS
#+Aaron Jones—182, RB, Texas-El Paso 6. Tanzel Smart—189, DT, Tulane
6. Kofi Amichia—212, C, South Florida Sam Rogers—206, RB, Virginia Tech, from MIAMI
7. Devante Mays—238, RB, Utah State, from DENVER 7. Ejuan Price—234, LB, Pittsburgh, from BALTIMORE
# Malachi Dupre—247, WR, Louisiana State
MIAMI DOLPHINS
HOUSTON TEXANS 1.#Charles Harris—22, DE, Missouri
1. Deshaun Watson—12, QB, Clemson, 2.#Raekwon McMillan—54, LB, Ohio State
from PHILADELPHIA through CLEVELAND 3.+Cordrea Tankersley—97, DB, Clemson
2.#Zach Cunningham—57, LB, Vanderbilt 5. Isaac Asiata—164, G, Utah,
3.#D’Onta Foreman—89, RB, Texas from TENNESSEE through PHILADELPHIA
4. Julie’n Davenport—130, T, Bucknell #+Davon Godchaux—178, DT, Louisiana State
+ Carlos Watkins—142, DT, Clemson, from CLEVELAND 6.#Vincent Taylor—194, DT, Oklahoma State,
5. Treston Decoud—169, DB, Oregon State from PHILADELPHIA
7. Kyle Fuller—243, C, Baylor 7.#Isaiah Ford—237, WR, Virginia Tech, from TAMPA BAY

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS MINNESOTA VIKINGS
1.#Malik Hooker—15, DB, Ohio State 2.#Dalvin Cook—41, RB, Florida State, from CINCINNATI
2.#Quincy Wilson—46, DB, Florida 3. Pat Elflein—70, C, Ohio State, from NEW YORK JETS
3. Tarell Basham—80, DE, Ohio 4. Jaleel Johnson—109, NT, Iowa, from SAN FRANCISCO
4. Zach Banner—137, T, Southern California, Ben Gedeon—120, LB, Michigan
from NEW ENGLAND 5. Rodney Adams—170, WR, South Florida,
#+Marlon Mack—143, RB, South Florida, from KANSAS CITY
from SAN FRANCISCO + Danny Isidora—180, G, Miami, from KANSAS CITY
+ Grover Stewart—144, DT, Albany State (GA) 6. Bucky Hodges—201, TE, Virginia Tech, from WASHINGTON
5. Nate Hairston—158, DB, Temple 7. Stacy Coley—219, WR, Miami,
# Anthony Walker—161, LB, Northwestern, from CLEVELAND through SAN FRANCISCO
from WASHINGTON through SAN FRANCISCO Ifeadi Odenigbo—220, DE, Northwestern,
from SAN FRANCISCO through WASHINGTON
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS # Elijah Lee—232, LB, Kansas State
1.#Leonard Fournette—4, RB, Louisiana State Jack Tocho—245, DB, North Carolina State,
2.#Cam Robinson—34, T, Alabama, from KANSAS CITY
from SAN FRANCISCO through SEATTLE
3. Dawuane Smoot—68, DE, Illinois NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
4. Dede Westbrook—110, WR, Oklahoma 3. Derek Rivers—83, DE, Youngstown State,
5. Blair Brown—148, LB, Ohio from TENNESSEE
7. Jalen Myrick—222, DB, Minnesota Antonio Garcia—85, T, Troy, from DETROIT
Marquez Williams—240, RB, Miami, from MIAMI 4. Deatrich Wise—131, DE, Arkansas, from SEATTLE
6. Conor McDermott—211, T, UCLA, from DALLAS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
1.#Patrick Mahomes—10, QB, Texas Tech, from BUFFALO NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
2. Tanoh Kpassagnon—59, DE, Villanova 1.#Marshon Lattimore—11, DB, Ohio State
3. Kareem Hunt—86, RB, Toledo, Ryan Ramczyk—32, T, Wisconsin, from NEW ENGLAND
from MIAMI through MINNESOTA 2.#Marcus Williams—42, DB, Utah
4.+Jehu Chesson—139, WR, Michigan, from CLEVELAND 3.#Alvin Kamara—67, RB, Tennessee,
through PHILADELPHIA and MINNESOTA from CHICAGO through SAN FRANCISCO
5.+Ukeme Eligwe—183, LB, Georgia Southern, Alex Anzalone—76, LB, Florida
from NEW ENGLAND + Trey Hendrickson—103, DE, Florida Atlantic,
6.+Leon McQuay—218, DB, Southern California from CLEVELAND through NEW ENGLAND
6.#Al-Quadin Muhammad—196, DE, Miami
LOS ANGELES CHARGERS
1. Mike Williams—7, WR, Clemson
2. Forrest Lamp—38, G, Western Kentucky
3. Dan Feeney—71, G, Indiana
4. Rayshawn Jenkins—113, DB, Miami
5. Desmond King—151, DB, Iowa
6. Sam Tevi—190, T, Utah
7. Isaac Rochell—225, DE, Notre Dame

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DRAFT LIST FOR 2017
NEW YORK GIANTS SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
1. Evan Engram—23, TE, Mississippi 1.#Solomon Thomas—3, DE, Stanford, from CHICAGO
2. Dalvin Tomlinson—55, DT, Alabama Reuben Foster—31, LB, Alabama,
3. Davis Webb—87, QB, California from ATLANTA through SEATTLE
4. Wayne Gallman—140, RB, Clemson 3. Ahkello Witherspoon—66, DB, Colorado
5. Avery Moss—167, DE, Youngstown State + C.J. Beathard—104, QB, Iowa,
6. Adam Bisnowaty—200, T, Pittsburgh, from INDIANAPOLIS from KANSAS CITY through MINNESOTA
through NEW ENGLAND and TENNESSEE 4. Joe Williams—121, RB, Utah, from INDIANAPOLIS
5. George Kittle—146, TE, Iowa
NEW YORK JETS + Trent Taylor—177, WR, Louisiana Tech, from DENVER
1.#Jamal Adams—6, DB, Louisiana State 6. D.J. Jones—198, DT, Mississippi, from BALTIMORE
2. Marcus Maye—39, DB, Florida Pita Taumoepenu—202, LB, Utah, from DENVER
3.#ArDarius Stewart—79, WR, Alabama, from MINNESOTA 7. Adrian Colbert—229, DB, Miami, from NEW ORLEANS
4.#+Chad Hansen—141, WR, California,
from LOS ANGELES RAMS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
5. Jordan Leggett—150, TE, Clemson 2.#Malik McDowell—35, DT, Michigan State,
+ Dylan Donahue—181, LB, West Georgia from JACKSONVILLE
6. Elijah McGuire—188, RB, Louisiana-Lafayette, Ethan Pocic—58, T, Louisiana State
from CHICAGO through HOUSTON 3. Shaquill Griffin—90, DB, Central Florida
and CLEVELAND Delano Hill—95, DB, Michigan, from ATLANTA
Jeremy Clark—197, DB, Michigan, from ARIZONA #+Nazair Jones—102, DT, North Carolina
through CHICAGO and LOS ANGELES RAMS + Amara Darboh—106, WR, Michigan
Derrick Jones—204, DB, Mississippi, from TAMPA BAY 4. Tedric Thompson—111, DB, Colorado
6. Mike Tyson—187, DB, Cincinnati, from JACKSONVILLE
OAKLAND RAIDERS Justin Senior—210, T, Mississippi State
1. Gareon Conley—24, DB, Ohio State 7. David Moore—226, WR, East Central, from CAROLINA
2. Obi Melifonwu—56, DB, Connecticut Chris Carson—249, RB, Oklahoma State, from ATLANTA
3. Eddie Vanderdoes—88, DT, UCLA
4.#David Sharpe—129, T, Florida TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
5. Marquel Lee—168, LB, Wake Forest 1. O.J. Howard—19, TE, Alabama
7. Shalom Luani—221, DB, Washington State, 2. Justin Evans—50, DB, Texas A&M
from CHICAGO through ARIZONA 3.#Chris Godwin—84, WR, Penn State
Jylan Ware—231, T, Alabama State, from ARIZONA + Kendell Beckwith—107, LB, Louisiana State,
# Elijah Hood—242, RB, North Carolina from NEW YORK JETS
Treyvon Hester—244, DT, Toledo, from SEATTLE 5.#Jeremy McNichols—162, RB, Boise State
7. Stevie Tu’ikolovatu—223, DT, Southern California,
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES from LOS ANGELES RAMS through MIAMI
1.#Derek Barnett—14, DE, Tennessee, from MINNESOTA
# Sidney Jones—43, DB, Washington TENNESSEE TITANS
3.+Rasul Douglas—99, DB, West Virginia, from BALTIMORE 1. Corey Davis—5, WR, Western Michigan,
4. Mack Hollins—118, WR, North Carolina from LOS ANGELES RAMS
Donnel Pumphrey—132, RB, San Diego State, # Adoree’ Jackson—18, DB, Southern California
from KANSAS CITY through MINNESOTA 3. Taywan Taylor—72, WR, Western Kentucky,
5.#Shelton Gibson—166, WR, West Virginia, from MIAMI from CAROLINA through NEW ENGLAND
+ Nathan Gerry—184, DB, Nebraska, from MIAMI + Jonnu Smith—100, TE, Florida International,
6.#Elijah Qualls—214, DT, Washington, from LOS ANGELES RAMS
from ATLANTA through TENNESSEE 5. Jayon Brown—155, LB, UCLA, from PHILADELPHIA
6.+Corey Levin—217, G, Chattanooga, from CINCINNATI
PITTSBURGH STEELERS 7. Josh Carraway—227, LB, Texas Christian,
1.#T.J. Watt—30, LB, Wisconsin from CINCINNATI
2.#JuJu Smith-Schuster, 62, WR, Southern California Brad Seaton—236, T, Villanova
3. Cameron Sutton—94, DB, Tennessee Khalfani Muhammad—241, RB, California,
#+James Conner—105, RB, Pittsburgh from NEW YORK GIANTS
4. Joshua Dobbs—135, QB, Tennessee
5. Brian Allen—173, DB, Utah WASHINGTON REDSKINS
6. Colin Holba—213, LS, Louisville 1. Jonathan Allen—17, DE, Alabama
7. Keion Adams—248, LB, Western Michigan 2. Ryan Anderson—49, LB, Alabama
3. Fabian Moreau—81, DB, UCLA
4.#Samaje Perine—114, RB, Oklahoma, from NEW YORK JETS
# Montae Nicholson—123, DB, Michigan State
5. Jeremy Sprinkle—154, TE, Arkansas
6. Chase Roullier—199, C, Wyoming, from MINNESOTA
Robert Davis—209, WR, Georgia State, from HOUSTON
7. Josh Harvey-Clemons—230, LB, Louisville,
from PHILADELPHIA through MINNESOTA
Joshua Holsey—235, DB, Auburn

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DRAFT LIST FOR 2017
NUMBER OF PLAYERS DRAFTED— Youngstown State .................................2 BY CONFERENCE:
2017 Alabama State.......................................1 Southeastern.........................................53
BY POSITION: Albany State (GA) .................................1 Atlantic Coast........................................43
Defensive Backs..................................56 Arizona State.........................................1 Pacific 12..............................................36
Linebackers ........................................32 Ashland.................................................1 Big Ten..................................................35
Wide Receivers ...................................32 Baylor ...................................................1 American Athletic ..................................15
Running Backs ....................................29 Brigham Young......................................1 Big 12...................................................14
Defensive Ends ...................................23 Bucknell ................................................1 Mid-American .......................................11
Defensive Tackles................................19 Buffalo ..................................................1 Conference USA......................................9
Tackles................................................18 Central Florida .......................................1 Mountain West........................................8
Tight Ends...........................................14 Chattanooga..........................................1 Sun Belt ..................................................5
Quarterbacks ......................................10 Cincinnati..............................................1 Independent ............................................3
Guards................................................10 Coastal Carolina ....................................1 Big Sky ...................................................2
Centers .................................................5 Connecticut...........................................1 Colonial Athletic . ....................................2
Kickers..................................................3 Drake ....................................................1 Gulf South...............................................2
Nose Tackle ..........................................1 East Carolina.........................................1 Missouri Valley Football...........................2
Long Snapper .......................................1 East Central...........................................1 Pioneer Football ......................................2
Eastern Michigan ..................................1 Southwestern Athletic .............................2
BY COLLEGE: Florida Atlantic ......................................1 Big South................................................1
Michigan .............................................11 Florida International ...............................1 Great American .......................................1
Alabama .............................................10 Georgia .................................................1 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic ..........1
Miami ...................................................9 Georgia Southern ..................................1 Mid-Eastern Athletic ................................1
Florida...................................................8 Georgia State ........................................1 Patriot .....................................................1
Louisiana State .....................................8 Georgia Tech.........................................1 Pennsylvania State Athletic......................1
Utah......................................................8 Grambling .............................................1 Southern .................................................1
Ohio State .............................................7 Illinois ...................................................1 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic...............1
Clemson ...............................................6 Indiana..................................................1 Southland................................................1
North Carolina.......................................6 Kutztown...............................................1
Tennessee.............................................6 Lamar ...................................................1 UNDERCLASSMEN IN THE DRAFT
Pittsburgh .............................................5 Louisiana-Lafayette ...............................1 Year Eligible Drafted In Top 10
Southern California................................5 Memphis...............................................1 1990 28 18 5
Texas A&M............................................5 Minnesota .............................................1 1991 23 19 1
UCLA ....................................................5 Mississippi State ...................................1 1992 30 21 5
Washington...........................................5 Missouri................................................1 1993 34 24 5
Auburn..................................................4 Nebraska...............................................1 1994 31 25 6
Colorado ...............................................4 North Carolina A&T ...............................1 1995 33 22 2
Florida State..........................................4 North Carolina-Charlotte........................1 1996 24 16 4
Iowa .....................................................4 Northern Illinois.....................................1 1997 34 25 6
Mississippi............................................4 Penn State ............................................1 1998 32 19 3
Oklahoma..............................................4 Purdue ..................................................1 1999 31 22 5
Virginia Tech .........................................4 San Diego .............................................1 2000 26 20 4
Arkansas...............................................3 South Alabama......................................1 2001 35 27 5
California ..............................................3 Texas ....................................................1 2002 38 26 2
Houston ................................................3 Texas Christian......................................1 2003 47 32 5
Louisiana Tech ......................................3 Texas-El Paso........................................1 2004 43 35 5
North Carolina State ..............................3 Texas Tech ............................................1 2005 51 37 4
San Diego State ....................................3 Troy ......................................................1 2006 52 33 6
South Florida.........................................3 Tulane ...................................................1 2007 40 29 5
Temple ..................................................3 Utah State .............................................1 2008 53 39 4
Toledo...................................................3 Wake Forest ..........................................1 2009 46 41 5
Western Michigan .................................3 Washington State ..................................1 2010 53 46 5
Wisconsin.............................................3 2011 56 43 8
Boise State............................................2 2012 65 44 8
Boston College......................................2 2013 73 52 3
Eastern Washington ..............................2 2014 98 61 6
Kansas State.........................................2 2015 74 55 6
Louisville...............................................2 2016 96 70 8
Michigan State ......................................2 2017 95 67 8
Northwestern ........................................2
Notre Dame...........................................2
Ohio......................................................2
Oklahoma State.....................................2
Oregon State .........................................2
Stanford................................................2
Vanderbilt..............................................2
Villanova ...............................................2
West Georgia ........................................2
West Virginia.........................................2
Western Kentucky .................................2
Wyoming ..............................................2

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INSTANT REPLAY
The NFL uses a system of Instant Replay Review to aid by the Replay Official. The Replay Official must
officiating. The following procedures will be used: initiate a review before the ball is next legally put
in play.
Coaches’ Challenge: In each game, a team will be permit-
ted two challenges that will initiate Instant Replay Replay Reviews: All Replay Reviews will be conducted by
reviews. The Head Coach will initiate a challenge a designated member of the Officiating depart-
by throwing a red flag onto the field of play ment at the League office. During the review, the
before the next legal snap or kick. Each challenge designee shall consult with the Referee, who will
will require the use of a team timeout. If a chal- have access to a hand-held, field-level device. A
lenge is upheld, the timeout will be restored. A decision will be reversed only when there is clear
challenge will only be restored if a team is suc- and obvious visual evidence available that
cessful on both of its challenges, in which case it warrants the change. Prior to consulting with the
shall be awarded a third challenge, but a fourth Officiating department designee, the Referee will
challenge will not be permitted under any circum- discuss the play with the covering official(s) to
stances. gather any information that may be pertinent to
the review.
A team may challenge any reviewable play identified in the
Reviewable Plays section below, except when the Each review will be a maximum of 60 seconds in length,
on-field ruling is: timed from when the hand-held, field-level device
(a) A score for either team, is provided to the Referee.
(b) An interception,
(c) A fumble or backward pass that is recovered All reviewable aspects of the play may be examined and
by an opponent or goes out of bounds through an are subject to reversal, even if not identified in a
opponent’s end zone, or coach’s challenge or if not the specific reason for
(d) A muffed scrimmage kick recovered by the a Replay Official’s request for review.
kicking team.
Non-Reviewable Plays: The following play situations are
A team may not challenge a reviewable play: not reviewable:
(a) After the two minute warning of each half, (a) Fouls, except for g (Reviewable Plays) below.
(b) Throughout any overtime period, (b) Spot of the ball and runner:
(c) After committing a foul that delays the next (1) Runner ruled down by defensive contact or
snap, and out of bounds (not involving fumbles or the
(d) After exhausting all of its challenges or line to gain).
timeouts. (2) The position of the ball not relating to first
down or goal line.
If a team initiates a challenge when it is not permitted to do (3) Whether a runner’s forward progress was
so, it will be charged a timeout. stopped before he went out of bounds or lost
possession of the ball.
Penalty: For initiating a challenge when a team has (4) Whether a runner gave himself up.
exhausted its timeouts: Loss of 15 yards. (c) Miscellaneous:
(1) Field Goal or Try attempts that cross above
Replay Official’s Request For Review: A Replay Review either upright without touching anything.
will be initiated by a Replay Official from a Replay (2) Erroneous whistle.
Booth comparable to the location of the coaches’ (3) Spot where an airborne ball crosses the
booth or Press Box when the on-field ruling is: sideline.
(a) A score for either team, (4) Whether a player was blocked into a loose
(b) An interception, ball.
(c) A fumble or backward pass that is recovered (5) Advance by a player after a valid or invalid
by an opponent or goes out of bounds through an fair catch signal.
opponent’s end zone, or (6) Whether a player created the impetus that
(d) A muffed scrimmage kick recovered by the put the ball into an end zone.
kicking team.
Reviewable Plays: The Replay System will cover the
A Replay Review will be initiated by a Replay Official: following play situations:
(e) After the two minute warning of each half, and (a) Plays involving possession.
(f) Throughout any overtime period. (b) Plays involving touching of either the ball or
the ground.
There is no limit to the number of Replay Reviews that (c) Plays governed by the goal line.
may be initiated by the Replay Official. His ability (d) Plays governed by the boundary lines.
to initiate a review will be unrelated to the number (e) Plays governed by the line of scrimmage.
of timeouts that either team has remaining, and (f) Plays governed by the line to gain.
no timeout will be charged for any review initiated (g) Number of players on the field at the snap,

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even when a foul is not called. INSTANT REPLAY HISTORY
(h) Game administration: From 1986-1991, a limited system of Instant Replay was
(1) Penalty enforcement. used on a year-by-year basis. Replay also was experiment-
(2) Proper down. ed with during the 1996 and 1998 preseasons. For the 1999
(3) Spot of a foul. season, the NFL introduced a system of Referee Replay
(4) Status of the game clock. Review to aid officiating. That system was extended on a
one-year basis for the 2000 season and then approved for
In situations in which time is deemed to have expired dur- the next three years through 2003. The system was extend-
ing or after the last play of the first or second ed on a five-year basis in March 2004 and was later
half, or of an overtime period in the preseason or installed permanently in March 2007.
regular season, or of an overtime half in the post-
season, a timing error is defined as having Following are the results of the different systems:
occurred only when the visual evidence demon-
strates that more than one second should be put REGULAR SEASON, 1986-1991
on the clock. Plays Closely
Year Games Reviewed Reversals
In the first half, time shall be restored only if the additional 1986 224 374 38
play will be a snap from scrimmage. In the sec- 1987 210 490 57
ond half, time shall be restored only if it is a one- 1988 224 537 53
score game (eight points or less), and the addi- 1989 224 492 65
tional play will be a snap from scrimmage by the 1990 224 504 73
team that is behind in the score, or by either team 1991 224 570 90
if the score is tied. A correction of a timing error TOTAL 1,330 2,967 376
for a team timeout may be made only if there is
visual evidence of an official’s signal. PRESEASON, 1996, 1998
Year Games Challenges Reversals
If an on-field ruling of a dead ball (down by contact, out of 1996 10 13 3
bounds, or incomplete forward pass) is changed, 1998 10 10 3
the ball belongs to the recovering player at the TOTAL 20 23 6
spot of the recovery, and any advance is nullified.
The recovery must occur in the continuing action REGULAR SEASON, 1999-2016
following the loss of possession. If the ball goes Total Replay
out of bounds in an end zone, the result of the Year Games Reviews Challenges Reversals
play will be either a touchback or a safety. If the 1999 248 195 133 57
Referee does not have clear and obvious visual 2000 248 247 179 84
evidence as to which player recovered the loose 2001 248 258 191 89
ball, or that the ball went out of bounds, the ruling 2002 256 294 208 94
on the field will stand. 2003 256 255 184 66
2004 256 283 233 88
2005 256 295 223 92
2006 256 311 237 107
2007 256 327 250 122
2008 256 315 229 117
2009 256 328 228 126
2010 256 361 252 133
2011 256 390 209 172
2012 256 435 157 170
2013 256 423 183 185
2014 256 439 165 151
2015 256 415 201 176
2016 256 345 168 149
TOTAL 4,584 5,916 3,630 2,178

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TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURES
The following procedures will be used to break standings ties for 10. Best net points in all games.
postseason playoffs and to determine regular-season schedules.
Note: Tie games count as one-half win and one-half loss for both 11. Best net touchdowns in all games.
clubs.
12. Coin toss.
TO BREAK A TIE WITHIN A DIVISION
If, at the end of the regular season, two or more clubs in the
same division finish with the best won-lost-tied percentage, the TO BREAK A TIE FOR THE WILD-CARD TEAM
following steps will be taken until a champion is determined: If necessary to break ties to determine the two Wild Card clubs
from each conference, the following steps will be taken:
TWO CLUBS
1. Head-to-head (best won-lost-tied percentage in games A. If all the tied clubs are from the same division, apply
between the clubs.) division tie-breaker.

2. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the B. If the tied clubs are from different divisions, apply the
division. following steps:

3. Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games. TWO CLUBS
1. Head-to-head, if applicable.
4. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the
conference. 2. Best won-lost-tied percentage in the games played
within the conference.
5. Strength of victory in all games.
3. Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games,
6. Strength of schedule in all games. minimum of four.

7. Best combined ranking among conference teams in 4. Strength of victory in all games.
points scored and points allowed in all games.
5. Strength of schedule in all games.
8. Best combined ranking among all teams in points scored
and points allowed in all games. 6. Best combined ranking among conference teams in
points scored and points allowed in all games.
9. Best net points in common games.
7. Best combined ranking among all teams in points
10. Best net points in all games. scored and points allowed in all games.

11. Best net touchdowns in all games. 8. Best net points in conference games.

12. Coin toss. 9. Best net points in all games.

THREE OR MORE CLUBS 10. Best net touchdowns in all games.
(Note: If two clubs remain tied after one or more clubs are
eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of 11. Coin toss.
two-club format. If three clubs remain tied after a fourth club is
eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of THREE OR MORE CLUBS
three-club format.) (Note: If two clubs remain tied after one or more clubs are
eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step One of
1. Head-to-head (best won-lost-tied percentage in games two-club format. If three clubs remain tied after a fourth club is
among the clubs.) eliminated during any step, tie-breaker re-starts at Step Two of
three-club format.)
2. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the
division. 1. Apply division tie-breaker to eliminate all but highest
ranked club in each division prior to proceeding to step
3. Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games. two. The original seeding within a division upon
application of the division tie-breaker remains the same
4. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within the for all subsequent applications of the procedure that are
conference. necessary to identify the two Wild Card participants.

5. Strength of victory in all games. 2. Head-to-head sweep (apply only if one has defeated
each of the others or one club has lost to each of the
6. Strength of schedule in all games. others.)

7. Best combined ranking among conference teams in 3. Best won-lost-tied percentage in games played within
points scored and points allowed in all games. the conference.

8. Best combined ranking among all teams in points 4. Best won-lost-tied percentage in common games,
scored and points allowed in all games. minimum of four.

9. Best net points in common games. 5. Strength of victory in all games.

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6. Strength of schedule in all games. OTHER TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURES
1. Only one club advances to the playoffs in any tie-breaking
7. Best combined ranking among conference teams in step. Remaining tied clubs revert to the first step of the
points scored and points allowed in all games. applicable division or Wild Card tie-breakers. As an example,
if two clubs remain tied in any tie-breaker step after all other
8. Best combined ranking among all teams in points clubs have been eliminated, the procedure reverts to Step 1
scored and points allowed in all games. of the two-club format to determine the winner. When one
club wins the tie-breaker, all other clubs revert to Step 1 of
9. Best net points in conference games. the applicable two-club or three-club format.

10. Best net points in all games. 2. In comparing records against common opponents among
tied teams, the best won-lost-tied percentage is the deciding
11. Best net touchdowns in all games. factor since teams may have played an unequal number of
games.
12. Coin toss.
3. To determine home-field priority among division-titlists,
When the first Wild Card Team has been identified, the apply Wild Card tie-breakers.
procedure is repeated to name the second Wild Card (i.e.,
eliminate all but the highest ranked club in each division 4. To determine home-field priority for Wild Card qualifiers,
prior to proceeding to step two). In situations where three apply division tie-breakers (if teams are from the same
teams from the same division are involved in the procedure, division) or Wild Card tie-breakers (if teams are from
the original seeding of the teams remains the same for different divisions).
subsequent applications of the tie-breaker if the top-ranked
team in that division qualifies for a Wild Card berth. 5. To determine the best combined ranking among conference
teams in points scored and points allowed, add a team's
position in the two categories, and the lowest score wins.
For example, if Team A is first in points scored and second
in points allowed, its combined ranking is “3.” If Team B is
third in points scored and first in points allowed, its
combined ranking is “4.” Team A then wins the tiebreaker. If
two teams are tied for a position, both teams are awarded
the ranking as if they held it solely. For example, if Team A
and Team B are tied for first in points scored, each team is
assigned a ranking of “1” in that category, and if Team C is
third, its ranking will still be “3.”

TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURE FOR SELECTION MEETING
1. Clubs not participating in the playoffs shall select in the first
through 20th positions in reverse standings order.

2. The Super Bowl winner is last and Super Bowl loser is next-
to-last.

3. The losers of the Conference Championship games shall
select 29th and 30th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

4. The losers of the Divisional playoff games shall select 25th
through 28th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

5. The losers of the Wild Card games shall select 21st through
24th based on won-lost-tied percentage.

If ties exist in any grouping except (2) above, such ties shall be
broken by strength-of-schedule. If any ties cannot be broken by
strength-of-schedule, the divisional or conference tie-breakers, if
applicable, shall be applied. Any ties that still exist shall be
broken by a coin flip.

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WAIVERS
WAIVERS ANNUAL ACTIVE PLAYER LIMITS
The waiver system is a procedure by which player contracts or NFL
NFL rights to players are made available by a club to other clubs Year(s) Limit
in the League. During the procedure, the 31 other clubs either file 2011-17 ................................................................................46
claims to obtain the players or waive the opportunity to do so— 1991-2010 ........................................................................45**
thus the term “waiver.” Claiming clubs are assigned players on a 1985-90 ................................................................................45
priority based on the inverse of won-and-lost standing. The 1983-84 ................................................................................49
claiming period is 24 hours from the first business day after the 1982 ..............................................................................45†-49
Super Bowl through the conclusion of the regular season. If a 1978-81 ................................................................................45
player passes through waivers unclaimed, he becomes a free 1975-77 ................................................................................43
agent. All waivers are no recall and no withdrawal. Under the 1974......................................................................................47
Collective Bargaining Agreement, from the beginning of the 1964-73 ................................................................................40
waiver system each year through the trading deadline, any 1963......................................................................................37
veteran who has acquired four years of pension credit is not 1961-62 ................................................................................36
subject to the waiver system if the club desires to release him. 1960......................................................................................38
After the trading deadline, such players are subject to the waiver 1959......................................................................................36
system. 1957-58 ................................................................................35
1951-56 ................................................................................33
1949-50 ................................................................................32
ACTIVE/INACTIVE LIST
1948......................................................................................35
The Active/Inactive List is the principal status for players
1947 ..............................................................................35*-34
participating for a club. It consists of all players under contract
1945-46 ................................................................................33
who are eligible for preseason, regular-season, and postseason
1943-44 ................................................................................28
games. Teams are permitted to open training camp with no more 1940-42 ................................................................................33
than 90 players under contract and thereafter must meet a 1938-39 ................................................................................30
mandatory roster reduction prior to the season opener. Teams will 1936-37 ................................................................................25
be permitted an Active List of 46 players and an Inactive List of 1935......................................................................................24
seven players for each regular-season and postseason game. 1930-34 ................................................................................20
Teams also are permitted to establish Practice Squads of up to 10 1926-29 ................................................................................18
players who are eligible to participate in practice, but these 1925......................................................................................16
players remain free agents and are eligible to sign with any other ** 45 plus a third quarterback
team in the league. † 45 for first two games
* 35 for first three games
September 2.................Roster reduction to 53 players
September 3.................Teams establish a Practice Squad of AFL
up to 10 players Year(s) Limit
1966-69 ................................................................................40
In addition to the squad limits described above, the overall roster 1965......................................................................................38
limit of 90 players remains in effect throughout the regular 1964......................................................................................34
season and postseason. The overall limit is applicable to players 1962-63 ................................................................................33
on a team’s Active, Inactive, and certain Exempt Lists, players on 1960-61 ................................................................................35
the Practice Squad, and players on the Reserve List as Injured,
Physically Unable to Perform, Non-Football Illness/Injury, and NFL FREE AGENCY MOVEMENT
Suspended by Club. The following chart details veteran free agents who signed with
new teams:
RESERVE LIST
The Reserve List is a status for players who, for reasons of injury, Unrestricted Restricted Transition Franchise TOTALS
retirement, military service, or other circumstances, are not 1993 108 8 4 1 121
immediately available for participation with a club. Except for two 1994 121 7 4 0 132
players who must be Designated for Return, players on 1995 171 6 2 0 179
Reserve/Injured are not eligible to practice or return to the 1996 100 4 2 0 106
Active/Inactive List in the same season that they are placed on 1997 86 2 2 0 90
Reserve. Players in the category of Reserve/Retired, Reserve/Did 1998 112 4 1 2 119
Not Report, Reserve/Exclusive Rights, and players who were 1999 115 2 1 0 118
placed in the category of Reserve/Left Squad in a previous 2000 107 4 0 0 111
season may not be reinstated during the period from 30 days 2001 93 4 0 0 97
before the end of the regular season through the postseason. 2002 130 1 0 0 131
2003 111 5 1 0 117
2004 124 1 1 0 126
2005 104 3 0 0 107
2006 149 4 1 0 154
2007 126 4 0 0 130
2008 132 3 0 0 135
2009 128 0 0 0 128
2010 51 1 0 0 52
2011 163 0 0 0 163
2012 143 0 0 0 143
2013 165 0 0 0 165
2014 159 1 0 0 160
2015 141 0 1 0 142
2016 128 2 0 0 130

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The AFC
Baltimore Ravens .....................................................................................................................................39
Buffalo Bills ..............................................................................................................................................45
Cincinnati Bengals....................................................................................................................................51
Cleveland Browns .....................................................................................................................................57
Denver Broncos ........................................................................................................................................63
Houston Texans ........................................................................................................................................69
Indianapolis Colts.....................................................................................................................................75
Jacksonville Jaguars .................................................................................................................................81
Kansas City Chiefs....................................................................................................................................87
Los Angeles Chargers ..............................................................................................................................93
Miami Dolphins ........................................................................................................................................99
New England Patriots ............................................................................................................................105
New York Jets .........................................................................................................................................111
Oakland Raiders .....................................................................................................................................117
Pittsburgh Steelers..................................................................................................................................123
Tennessee Titans.....................................................................................................................................129
BALTIMORE RAVENS
CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner: Steve Bisciotti (196-162-1)
President: Dick Cass Records include postseason games
General Manager & Executive Vice
President: Ozzie Newsome 1996-98 Ted Marchibroda ........16-31-1
Assistant General Manager: Eric DeCosta 1999-2007 Brian Billick ................85-67-0
Senior Vice President of Public & 2008-2016 John Harbaugh ..........95-64-0
Community Relations: Kevin Byrne
Senior Vice President of Football
Administration: Pat Moriarty PAID ATTENDANCE
Senior Vice President of Digital Media & Home 553,449 Away 539,573
Broadcasting: Michelle Andres Total 1,093,022
Senior Vice President of Operations: Single-game home record,
Bob Eller 71,547 (1/15/12)
Senior Vice President of Finance:
Jeff Goering Single-season home record, 557,835
Senior Vice President of Ticket Sales & (2012)
Operations: Baker Koppelman
American Football Conference Senior Vice President of Corporate Sales 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
North Division & Business Development:
Kevin Rochlitz Round Name Pos. College
Team Colors: Black, Purple, and Metallic Senior Vice President of Stadium 1 Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
Gold Operations: Roy Sommerhof 2 Tyus Bowser OLB Houston
1 Winning Drive General Counsel: Brandon Etheridge 3 Chris Wormley DE Michigan
Owings Mills, Maryland 21117 Vice President of Suite Sales & Service: Tim Williams OLB Alabama
Telephone: (410) 701-4000 Theresa Abato
Vice President of Finance: Jim Coller 4 Nico Siragusa G San Diego St.
Vice President of Marketing: Brad Downs 5 Jermaine Eluemunor G/T Texas A&M
2017 SCHEDULE Vice President of Football Video 6 Chuck Clark S Virginia Tech
PRESEASON Operations: Jon Dube
Aug. 10 Washington .......................7:30 Vice President of Networking &
Aug. 17 at Miami.............................7:00 Hardware: Nick Fusee
Vice President of Human Resources:
Aug. 26 Buffalo...............................7:00 Elizabeth Jackson
Aug. 31 at New Orleans...................8:00 Vice President of Information
Technology: Bill Jankowski
REGULAR SEASON Vice President of Broadcasting:
Jay O’Brien
Sep. 10 at Cincinnati ......................1:00 Vice President of Security:
Sep. 17 Cleveland .........................1:00 Darren Sanders
Sep. 24 at Jacksonville (London) .9:30 AM Vice President & Head Certified Athletic
Oct. 1 Pittsburgh .........................1:00 Trainer: Mark Smith
Oct. 8 at Oakland .........................4:05 Vice President of Public Relations:
Chad Steele
Oct. 15 Chicago ............................1:00 Director of Pro Personnel: Vincent
Oct. 22 at Minnesota .....................1:00 Newsome
Oct. 26 Miami (Thu).......................8:25 Director of College Scouting: Joe Hortiz
Nov. 5 at Tennessee .....................1:00 Director of Football Administration:
Jessica Markison
Nov. 12 BYE Senior Personnel Assistant:
Nov. 19 at Green Bay .....................1:00 George Kokinis
Nov. 27 Houston (Mon)...................8:30 Director of Player Engagement:
Dec. 3 Detroit ..............................1:00 Harry Swayne
Dec. 10 at Pittsburgh ....................*8:30 Senior Advisor of Player Development:
O.J. Brigance
Dec. 17 at Cleveland ......................1:00 Assistant Director of Player Engagement:
Dec. 23 Indianapolis (Sat) ..............4:30 Jameel McClain
Dec. 31 Cincinnati .........................1:00 Assistant Director of Pro Personnel:
* All times ET; Sunday night games in Chad Alexander
Weeks 5-15 subject to change Scouts: Mark Azevedo, Brandon Berning,
David Blackburn, Ian Cunningham,
Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium Milt Hendrickson, Dwuane Jones,
(opened in 1998) Andrew Raphael, Lonnie Young
•Capacity: 71,008 Equipment Manager: William Sheridan
1101 Russell Street Senior Director of Fields & Grounds/Head
Baltimore, Maryland 21230 Groundskeeper: Don Follett
Director of Football Video Operations:
Playing Surface: Grass Mark Bienvenu
Training Camp: 1 Winning Drive Director of Event Operations: John Cline
Owings Mills, MD 21117 Director of Community Relations:
Heather Darney
Director of Special Events & Special
M&T BANK STADIUM Assistant to the President: Lisa Dixon
Director of Team Travel: Joan Fennekohl
Director of Public Relations:
Patrick Gleason
Director of Facilities Maintenance:
Keith Mathews
Director of Ticket Operations:
Adam Mazalewski
Director of Performance: Steve Saunders
Director of Analytics: Eugene Shen
Director of Guest Experience:
Rich Tamayo
Director of Stadium Operations: Jobie Waldt

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (4-0) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Flacco 672 436 4317 64.9 20 15 33/243 83.5
08/11 W 22-19 Carolina Mallett 6 3 26 50.0 0 1 0/0 22.2
08/20 W 19-18 at Indianapolis Tucker 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
08/27 W 30-9 Detroit Ravens 679 439 4343 64.7 20 16 33/243 82.6
09/01 W 23-14 at New Orleans Opponents 578 369 3947 63.8 28 18 31/223 86.9

REGULAR SEASON (8-8) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Weddle 4 92 23.0 53 0
09/11 W 13-7 Buffalo Tucker 0 0 0 27/27 38/39 0 141 Mosley 4 40 10.0 28 0
09/18 W 25-20 at Cleveland West 5 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 36 Orr 3 23 7.7 14 0
09/25 W 19-17 at Jacksonville S. Smith 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 34 Young 2 22 11.0 16 0
10/02 L 27-28 Oakland Wallace 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 26 Powers 2 1 0.5 1 0
10/09 L 10-16 Washington Dixon 2 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 W. Davis 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/16 L 23-27 at New York Giants Perriman 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Jernigan 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/23 L 16-24 at New York Jets Flacco 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Webb 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/06 W 21-14 Pittsburgh Moore 0 0 2 0/0 0/0 0 12 Ravens 18 178 9.9 53 0
11/10 W 28-7 Cleveland Pitta 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Opponents 16 169 10.6 51 0
11/20 L 17-27 at Dallas Waller 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
11/27 W 19-14 Cincinnati Juszczyk 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 8 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
12/04 W 38-6 Miami Aiken 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Koch 80 3665 45.8 37 68
12/12 L 23-30 at New England Gillmore 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Ravens 80 3665 45.8 37 68
12/18 W 27-26 Philadelphia Young 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 2 Opponents 91 4089 44.9 31 63
12/25 L 27-31 at Pittsburgh Ravens 10 20 2 27/27 38/39 0 343
01/01 L 10-27 at Cincinnati Opponents 10 28 1 33/36 16/22 2 321 PUNT
2-Pt Conv: S. Smith 2, Juszczyk, Wallace. RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
SCORE BY PERIODS Ravens 4-5, Opponents 1-3. Hester 25 15 180 7.2 28 0
Ravens 93 82 62 106 0 — 343 Campanaro 5 3 63 12.6 17 0
Opponents 73 79 60 109 0 — 321 RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Webb 2 3 3 1.5 3 0
West 193 774 4.0 41 5 Ravens 32 21 246 7.7 28 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Dixon 88 382 4.3 20 2 Opponents 33 14 375 11.4 85t 1
Ravens Opp. Forsett 31 98 3.2 11 0
Total First Downs 316 294 Campanaro 3 72 24.0 39 0 KICKOFF
Rushing 79 74 Flacco 21 58 2.8 16 2 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Passing 205 190 Allen 9 34 3.8 7 0 Hester 19 466 24.5 60 0
Penalty 32 30 Wallace 5 31 6.2 13 0 Moore 7 162 23.1 34 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 86/233 75/214 Juszczyk 5 22 4.4 10t 1 Webb 1 8 8.0 8 0
3rd Down Pct. 36.9 35.0 Moore 3 19 6.3 10 0 Boyle 1 0 0.0 0 0
4th Down: Made/Att 8/19 11/16 Perriman 1 2 2.0 2 0 Ravens 28 636 22.7 60 0
4th Down Pct. 42.1 68.8 Taliaferro 1 0 0.0 0 0 Opponents 27 559 20.7 45 0
Possession Avg. 30:46 29:14 Mallett 5 -6 -1.2 -1 0
Total Net Yards 5563 5154 FIELD
Koch 2 -23 -11.5 0 0
Avg. Per Game 347.7 322.1 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Ravens 367 1463 4.0 41 10
Total Plays 1079 993 Tucker 0/0 4/4 10/11 14/14 10/10
Opponents 384 1430 3.7 85t 10 Ravens 0/0 4/4 10/11 14/14 10/10
Avg. Per Play 5.2 5.2
Net Yards Rushing 1463 1430 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD Opponents 0/0 9/9 5/5 2/4 0/4
Avg. Per Game 91.4 89.4 Pitta 86 729 8.5 30 2 SACKS No.
Total Rushes 367 384 Wallace 72 1017 14.1 95t 4 Suggs 8.0
Net Yards Passing 4100 3724 S. Smith 70 799 11.4 52t 5 Jernigan 5.0
Avg. Per Game 256.3 232.8 Juszczyk 37 266 7.2 40 0 Judon 4.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 33/243 31/223 West 34 236 6.9 17 1 Dumervil 3.0
Gross Yards 4343 3947 Perriman 33 499 15.1 53t 3 Pierce 2.0
Att./Completions 679/439 578/369 Dixon 30 162 5.4 16 1 Urban 2.0
Completion Pct. 64.7 63.8 Aiken 29 328 11.3 29 1
Guy 1.0
Had Intercepted 16 18 Forsett 11 36 3.3 10 0
McClellan 1.0
Punts/Average 80/45.8 91/44.9 Waller 10 85 8.5 15 2 Powers 1.0
Net Punting Avg. 80/39.9 91/40.5 Gillmore 8 71 8.9 22 1 Z. Smith 1.0
Penalties/Yards 125/1111 95/900 Moore 7 46 6.6 13 0 Webb 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 19/7 26/10 Boyle 6 44 7.3 20 0 Weddle 1.0
Touchdowns 32 39 Allen 3 15 5.0 8 0 B. Williams 1.0
Rushing 10 10 Taliaferro 3 10 3.3 8 0 Ravens 31.0
Passing 20 28 Ravens 439 4343 9.9 95t 20 Opponents 33.0
Returns 2 1 Opponents 369 3947 10.7 79t 28

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jamal Lewis, 2000-06 .......................................................................7,801
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Joe Flacco, 2008-2016 ....................................................................32,639
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Joe Flacco, 2008-2016 .........................................................................182
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Derrick Mason, 2005-2010 ...................................................................471
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Derrick Mason, 2005-2010 ................................................................5,777
Interceptions ...................................................................Ed Reed, 2002-2012...............................................................................61
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Sam Koch, 2006-2016.........................................................................45.2
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Jermaine Lewis, 1996-2001.................................................................11.8
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Jacoby Jones, 2012-14 .......................................................................30.1
Field Goals ......................................................................Matt Stover, 1996-2008 ........................................................................354
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Jamal Lewis, 2000-06 ............................................................................47
Points..............................................................................Matt Stover, 1996-2008 .....................................................................1,464
*Sacks............................................................................Terrell Suggs, 2003-2016...................................................................114.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jamal Lewis, 2003.............................................................................2,066
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Joe Flacco, 2016 ...............................................................................4,317
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Vinny Testaverde, 1996 ...........................................................................33
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Derrick Mason, 2007.............................................................................103
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Michael Jackson, 1996 ......................................................................1,201
Interceptions ...................................................................Ed Reed, 2004, 2008 ................................................................................9
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Sam Koch, 2014 ..................................................................................47.4
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Jermaine Lewis, 2000..........................................................................16.1
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Jacoby Jones, 2012.............................................................................30.7
Field Goals ......................................................................Justin Tucker, 2013, 2016 .......................................................................38
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Ray Rice, 2011 .......................................................................................15
Points..............................................................................Justin Tucker, 2016 ...............................................................................141
*Sacks............................................................................Elvis Dumervil, 2014 ............................................................................17.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jamal Lewis, 9-14-03 ...........................................................................295
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Vinny Testaverde, 10-27-96 ..................................................................429
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Joe Flacco, 10-12-14................................................................................5
Tony Banks, 9-10-00.................................................................................5
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Steve Smith, Sr., 9-27-15 ........................................................................13
Priest Holmes, 10-11-98 .........................................................................13
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Qadry Ismail, 12-12-99 .........................................................................258
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................2
Last time by Corey Graham, 11-24-13
Field Goals ......................................................................Justin Tucker, 12-16-13 ............................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Marcus Robinson, 11-23-03 .....................................................................4
Points..............................................................................Marcus Robinson, 11-23-03 ...................................................................24
*Sacks............................................................................Michael McCrary, 11-8-98 .....................................................................4.0
Peter Boulware, 1-7-02 ..........................................................................4.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
37 Allen, Javorius RB 6-0 222 8/27/91 3 Southern California Tallahassee, Fla. D4b-’15 8/0
35 Arrington, Kyle CB 5-10 186 8/12/86 9 Hofstra Brandywine, Md. FA-’15 0*
85 Bell, Kenny WR 6-1 197 2/25/92 2 Nebraska Boulder, Colo. FA-’16 0*
86 Boyle, Nick TE 6-4 260 2/17/93 3 Delaware Sussex, N.J. D5a-’15 6/0
12 Campanaro, Michael WR/RS 5-9 191 1/25/91 4 Wake Forest Clarksville, Md. D7-’14 3/0
26 Canady, Maurice CB 6-1 193 5/26/94 2 Virginia Richmond, Va. D6b-’16 4/0
24 Carr, Brandon CB 6-0 210 5/19/86 10 Grand Valley State Flint, Mich. UFA(Dall)-’17 16/16*
51 Correa, Kamalei LB 6-3 250 4/27/94 2 Boise State Honolulu, Hawaii D2-’16 9/1
46 Cox, Morgan LS 6-4 233 4/26/86 8 Tennessee Collierville, Tenn. FA-’10 16/0
94 Davis, Carl DT 6-5 327 3/2/92 3 Iowa Detroit, Mich. D3-’15 0*
30 Dixon, Kenneth RB 5-10 212 1/21/94 2 Louisiana Tech Strong, Ark. D4e-’16 12/0
5 Flacco, Joe QB 6-6 245 1/16/85 10 Delaware Audubon, N.J. D1-’08 16/16
80 Gillmore, Crockett TE 6-6 260 11/16/91 4 Colorado State Bushland, Texas D3b-’14 7/5
69 Henry, Willie DT 6-3 300 3/20/94 2 Michigan Cleveland, Ohio D4d-’16 0*
74 Hurst, James T 6-5 312 12/17/91 4 North Carolina Plainfield, Ind. FA-’14 16/3
23 Jefferson, Tony S 5-11 212 1/27/92 5 Oklahoma Chula Vista, Calif. UFA(Ariz)-’17 15/14*
66 Jensen, Ryan G/C 6-4 310 5/27/91 4 Colorado State-Pueblo Fort Morgan, Colo. D6b-’13 7/3
99 Judon, Matthew OLB 6-3 275 8/15/92 2 Grand Valley State West Bloomfield, Mich. D5-’16 14/0
92 Kaufusi, Bronson DE 6-6 285 7/6/91 2 Brigham Young Provo, Utah D3-’16 0*
4 Koch, Sam P 6-1 222 8/13/82 12 Nebraska Seward, Neb. D6a-’06 16/0
41 Levine Sr., Anthony DB/LB 5-11 200 3/27/87 6 Tennessee State Winston-Salem, N.C. FA-’12 16/0
72 Lewis, Alex G/T 6-6 315 4/21/92 2 Nebraska Tempe, Ariz. D4c-’16 10/8
15 Mallett, Ryan QB 6-6 250 6/5/88 7 Arkansas Texarkana, Texas FA’15 4/0
13 Matthews, Chris WR 6-5 228 10/6/89 3 Kentucky Los Angeles, Calif. FA-’15 0*
16 Mayle, Vince WR 6-2 228 6/12/91 2 Washington State Sacramento, Calif. W(Dall)-’16 6/0
50 McClellan, Albert LB 6-2 250 6/4/86 7 Marshall Lakeland, Fla. FA-’10 16/11
10 Moore, Chris WR 6-1 200 6/16/93 2 Cincinnati Tampa, Fla. D4b-’16 15/0
57 Mosley, C.J. ILB 6-2 241 6/19/92 4 Alabama Mobile, Ala. D1-’14 14/14
67 Nembot, Stephane T 6-6 320 12/7/91 2 Colorado Douala, Cameroon FA-’16 0*
48 Onwuasor, Patrick ILB 6-0 217 8/22/92 2 Portland State Inglewood, Calif. FA-’16 11/1
11 Perriman, Breshad WR 6-2 215 9/9/89 3 Central Florida Lithonia, Ga. D1-’15 16/1
97 Pierce, Michael DT 6-0 339 11/6/92 2 Samford Daphne, Ala. FA-’16 16/1
88 Pitta, Dennis TE 6-4 238 6/29/85 8 Brigham Young Moorpark, Calif. D4-’10 16/12
27 Price, Sheldon CB 6-2 194 3/26/91 2 UCLA La Puente, Calif. FA-’15 4/1
22 Smith, Jimmy CB 6-2 210 7/26/88 7 Colorado Colton, Calif. D1-’11 11/11
90 Smith, Za’Darius OLB 6-4 275 9/8/92 3 Kentucky Greenville, Ala. D4a-’15 13/4
79 Stanley, Ronnie T 6-6 320 3/18/94 2 Notre Dame Las Vegas, Nev. D1-’16 12/12
55 Suggs, Terrell OLB 6-3 265 10/11/82 15 Arizona State Chandler, Ariz. D1a-’03 15/15
34 Taliaferro, Lorenzo RB 6-0 225 12/23/91 4 Coastal Carolina Yorktown, Va. D4b-’14 3/0
9 Tucker, Justin K 6-1 180 11/21/89 6 Texas Austin, Texas FA-’12 16/0
96 Urban, Brent DE 6-7 300 5/5/91 4 Virginia Mississauga, Canada D4a-’14 16/0
64 Urschel, John G/C 6-3 300 6/24/91 4 Penn State Buffalo, N.Y. D5-’14 13/3
2 Vaughan, Dustin QB 6-5 220 1/27/91 2 West Texas A&M Corpus Christi, Texas FA-’16 0*
17 Wallace, Mike WR 6-0 205 8/1/86 9 Mississippi New Orleans, La. FA-’16 16/16
84 Waller, Darren TE 6-6 255 9/13/92 3 Georgia Tech Acworth, Ga. D6-’15 12/3
82 Watson, Benjamin TE 6-3 251 12/18/80 14 Georgia Rock Hill, S.C. UFA(NO)-’16 0*
21 Webb, Lardarius DB 5-10 182 10/12/85 9 Nicholls State Opelika, Ala. D3-’09 16/16
32 Weddle, Eric S 5-11 195 1/4/85 11 Utah Alta Loma, Calif. UFA(SD)-’16 16/16
77 Wesley, De’Ondre G/T 6-6 326 7/28/92 3 Brigham Young Antioch, Calif. FA-’15 0*
28 West, Terrance RB 5-10 225 1/28/91 4 Towson Baltimore, Md. FA-’15 16/13
98 Williams, Brandon DT 6-1 340 2/21/89 5 Missouri Southern St. Kirkwood, Mo. D3-’13 16/16
87 Williams, Maxx TE 6-4 257 4/12/94 3 Minnesota Waconia, Minn. D2-’15 4/0
39 Woodhead, Danny RB 5-8 200 1/25/85 9 Chadron State North Platte, Neb. UFA(SD)-’17 2/1*
73 Yanda, Marshal G/T 6-3 305 9/15/84 11 Iowa Anamosa, Iowa D3b-’07 13/13
25 Young, Tavon CB 5-9 177 3/14/94 2 Temple Oxon Hill, Md. D4a-’16 16/11

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* Arrington missed ’16 season because of injury; Bell spent portion of ’16 season on Baltimore’s practice squad; Carr played 16 games
with Dallas in ’16; Davis missed ’16 season because of injury; Henry missed portion of ’16 season with injury after spending the first 10
weeks on Baltimore’s active roster; Jefferson played 15 games with Arizona; Kaufusi missed ’16 season with injury; Mayle played 6
games with Dallas; Nembot missed ’16 season because of injury; Onwuasor spent portion of ’16 season on Baltimore’s practice squad
and played 11 games with Baltimore; Vaughan spent portion of ’16 season on Baltimore’s practice squad; Watson missed ’16 season
because of injury, Wesley missed ’16 season because of injury; Woodhead played 2 games with San Diego.

Players lost through free agency (7): WR Kamar Aiken (Ind; 16 games in ’16), G Vladimir Ducasse (Buff; 10),
DE Lawrence Guy (NE; 16), S Marqueston Huff (KC, 11), FB Kyle Juszczyk (SF; 16), S Jumal Rolle (Ariz; 0), T Rick Wagner (Det; 15).

Retired—LB Zachary Orr (15 games in ’16), CB Jerraud Powers (13), WR Steve Smith Sr. (14).

Also played with Ravens in ’16—TE Daniel Brown (2 games), OLB Chris Carter (5), CB Will Davis (3), OLB Elvis Dumervil (8),
S Matt Elam (9), RB Justin Forsett (3), WR/RS Devin Hester Sr. (12), DT Timmy Jernigan (16), S Kendrick Lewis (6),
CB Chris Lewis-Harris (7), CB Shareece Wright (12), C Jeremy Zuttah (16).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Adeboyejo, Quincy WR 6-3 197 5/26/95 Mississippi Cedar Hill, Texas FA
Allen, Kenny P 6-3 218 7/8/94 Michigan Fenton, Mich. FA
Allen, Randy LB 6-1 240 8/4/93 South Alabama Sacramento, Calif. FA
Bailey, Aaron WR 6-1 233 11/30/94 Northern Iowa Bolingbrook, Ill. FA
Beyer, Brennen (1) OLB 6-4 256 11/25/92 Michigan Canton, Mich. FA-’15
Board, C.J. WR 6-0 181 12/12/93 Tennessee-Chattanooga Clarksville, Tenn. FA
Bowser, Tyus OLB 6-3 250 5/23/95 Houston Tyler, Texas D2
Bradley, Bam ILB 5-11 230 6/26/94 Pittsburgh Trotwood, Ohio FA
Broxton, Jarell (1) G 6-3 322 3/27/93 Baylor Gaithersburg, Md. FA-’16
Clark, Chuck S 6-0 210 4/19/95 Virginia Tech Suffolk, Va. D6
Daniel, Robertson (1) CB 6-1 205 10/1/91 Brigham Young San Jose, Calif. FA-’16
Davis, Carlos CB 5-8 174 12/30/93 Mississippi Birmingham, Ala. FA
Eluemunor, Jermaine G/T 6-4 330 12/13/94 Texas A&M London, England D5
Foster, Otha (1) DB 6-0 205 9/27/88 West Alabama Angie, La. FA
Henry, Daniel S 6-0 186 8/30/94 New Mexico San Diego, Calif. FA
Hill, Jaylen CB 5-10 186 5/26/94 Jacksonville State Marietta, Ga. FA
Humphrey, Marlon CB 6-0 197 7/8/96 Alabama Hoover, Ala. D1
Joseph, Roubbens T 6-4 312 12/21/94 Buffalo Springfield, Mass. FA
Kublanow, Brandon C 6-2 302 4/5/95 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. FA
Lokombo, Boseko LB 6-2 225 10/15/90 Oregon Abbotsford, British Columbia FA
Louis, Lamar (1) ILB 5-11 232 10/2/93 Louisiana State Breaux Bridge, La. FA-’16
Mizzell, Taquan RB 5-10 197 10/21/93 Virginia Virginia Beach, Va. FA
Ortiz, Ricky FB 6-0 230 4/15/94 Oregon State Corona, Calif. FA
Patrick, Tim WR 6-4 208 11/23/93 Utah San Diego, Calif. FA
Payne, Donald ILB 5-11 217 7/12/94 Stetson Fayetteville, Ga. FA
Pughsley, Jarrod (1) G 6-4 310 12/18/90 Akron Lima, Ohio FA-’16
Reynolds, Keenan (1) WR/RS 5-10 190 12/13/93 Navy Antioch, Tenn. D6a-’16
Ricard, Patrick DE 6-3 300 5/27/94 Maine Spencer, Mass. FA
Shakir, Maurquice G 6-4 308 10/14/93 Middle Tennessee State Los Angeles, Calif. FA
Siragusa, Nico G 6-4 320 5/10/94 San Diego State San Diego, Calif. D4
Skura, Matt (1) C 6-3 305 2/17/93 Duke Columbus, Ohio FA-’16
White, Tim WR 5-10 175 7/15/94 Arizona State Woodland Hills, Calif. FA
Williams, Tim OLB 6-3 245 11/12/93 Alabama Baton Rouge, La. D3b
Wormley, Chris DE 6-5 300 10/25/93 Michigan Toledo, Ohio D3a

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

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COACHING STAFF Vikings 2004-06, Jacksonville Jaguars College 1981-84. College coach: Defiance
Head Coach, 2007-08. College coach: Trinity 1986-87, Notre Dame 1994-95, Cincinnati
John Harbaugh International 2012-13. Pro coach: Joined 1996-98, Western Illinois 1999, Western
Pro Career: Super Bowl-winning head Ravens in 2014. Kentucky 2001-03. Pro coach: Oakland
coach John Harbaugh enters his 10th sea- Andy Bischoff, offensive assistant; born Raiders 2004-08, Denver Broncos 2009-
son at the helm in Baltimore. He has led the December 8, 1970, Fargo, N.D. Offensive 2010, joined Ravens in 2012.
Ravens to a playoff berth in six (2008-2012 line South Dakota 1989-1993. No pro play- Marty Mornhinweg, offensive coordina-
and 2014) of his nine full seasons, and in ing experience. Pro coach: Montreal tor/quarterbacks; born March 29, 1962,
2012, captured the franchise’s second Alouettes (CFL) 2008-2012, Chicago Bears Edmond, Okla. Quarterback Montana
Super Bowl championship. Under 2013-14, joined Ravens in 2015. 1981-84. Pro quarterback Denver
Harbaugh’s guidance, the Ravens have Joe Cullen, defensive line; born December Dynamite (AFL) 1987. College coach:
secured an appearance in three AFC 15, 1967, Quincy, Mass. Defensive lineman Montana 1985, Texas-El Paso 1986-87,
Championship games (2008, 2011 & Massachusetts 1986-89. No pro playing Northern Arizona 1988, 1994, Southeast
2012). Baltimore is one of only seven experience. College coach: Massachusetts Missouri State 1989-1990, Missouri 1991-
teams with at least six playoff berths in the 1990-91, Richmond, 1992-98, 2000, 93. Pro coach: Green Bay Packers 1995-
past nine seasons: G.B. (8), N.E. (8), Balt. Louisiana State 1999, Memphis 2001, 96, San Francisco 49ers 1997-2000,
(6), Cin. (6), Ind. (6), Pitt. (6) and Sea. (6). Indiana 2002-04, Illinois 2005, Idaho State Detroit Lions 2001-02 (head coach),
Additionally, under Harbaugh, the Ravens’ 2009. Pro coach: Detroit Lions 2006-08, Philadelphia Eagles 2003-2012, New York
10 playoff wins since 2008 rank as the Jacksonville Jaguars 2010-12, Cleveland Jets 2013-14, joined Ravens in 2015.
NFL’s second most (NE, 11). In 2016, Browns 2013, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dean Pees, defensive coordinator; born
Baltimore finished second in the AFC North 2014-15, joined Ravens in 2016. September 4, 1949, Dunkirk, Ohio.
with an 8-8 record. In their most recent Joe D’Alessandris, offensive line; born Attended Bowling Green State. No college
playoff year of 2014, the Ravens posted a April 29, 1954, Aliquippa, Pa. Guard or pro playing experience. College coach:
10-6 record en route to capturing a 30-17 Western Carolina 1972-76. No pro playing Findlay 1979-1982, Miami (Ohio) 1983-86,
victory at Pittsburgh in the Wild Card round. experience. College coach: Western Naval Academy 1987-89, Toledo 1990-93,
In 2012 the Ravens seized the franchise’s Carolina 1977-78, Livingston 1979-1983, Notre Dame 1994, Michigan State 1995-
second Super Bowl championship. Memphis 1984-85, Tennessee- 97, Kent State 1998-2003. Pro coach: New
Baltimore topped the Colts in the Wild Card Chattanooga 1986-89, Samford 1993, England Patriots 2004-09, joined Ravens in
round and followed that by earning a Texas A&M 1994, Pittsburgh 1996, Duke 2010.
Divisional Round victory over top-seeded 1997-2001, Georgia Tech 2002-07. Pro Greg Roman, senior offensive assis-
Denver before advancing to Super Bowl coach: Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL) 1990, tant/tight ends; born August 19, 1972,
XLVII with a win in the AFC Championship Birmingham Fire (WLAF) 1991-92, Atlantic City, N.J. Defensive line/linebacker
Game at New England. In the Super Bowl in Memphis (AFL) 1995, Kansas City Chiefs John Carroll 1990-94. No pro playing expe-
New Orleans, the Ravens bested the San 2008-09, Buffalo Bills 2010-12, San Diego rience. College coach: Stanford 2009-10.
Francisco 49ers by a final of 34-31. In his Chargers 2013-15, joined Ravens in 2017. Pro coach: Carolina Panthers 1995-2001,
initial season with the team (2008), Bobby Engram, wide receivers; born Houston Texans 2002-05, Baltimore
Harbaugh led Baltimore to an 11-5 record January 7, 1973, Camden, S.C. Wide Ravens 2006-07, San Francisco 49ers
and a berth in the AFC Championship receiver Penn State 1992-95. Pro wide 2011-14, Buffalo Bills 2015-16, re-joined
Game. Baltimore set an NFL record that receiver Chicago Bears 1996-2000, Seattle Ravens in 2017.
season for most total wins (13) by a team Seahawks 2001-08, Kansas City Chiefs Jerry Rosburg, special teams coordina-
with both a rookie head coach and a rookie 2009. College coach: Pittsburgh 2012-13. tor/associate head coach; born November
starting quarterback (Joe Flacco). Pro coach: San Francisco 49ers 2011, 24, 1955, Fairmont, Minn. Linebacker
Harbaugh spent his first 10 NFL seasons joined Ravens in 2014. North Dakota State 1974-77. No pro play-
(1998-2007) with the Philadelphia Eagles. Thomas Hammock, running backs; born ing experience. College coach: Northern
He was the team’s secondary coach in July 7, 1981, Jersey City, N.J. Running Michigan 1981-86, Western Michigan
2007, after nine seasons as its special back Northern Illinois 1999-2002. No pro 1987-1991, Cincinnati 1992-95,
teams coordinator. He was voted the 2001 playing experience. College coach: Minnesota 1996, Boston College 1997-98,
NFL’s Special Teams Coach of the Year by Wisconsin 2003-04, Northern Illinois Notre Dame 1999-2000. Pro coach:
his coaching peers. Career record: 95-64. 2005-06, Minnesota 2007-2010, Cleveland Browns 2001-06, Atlanta
Background: Played defensive back at Wisconsin 2011-13. Pro coach: Joined Falcons 2007, joined Ravens in 2008.
Miami (Ohio) from 1980-83, earned degree Ravens in 2014. Craig Ver Steeg, offensive assis-
in political science. Coached collegiately at Chris Hewitt, secondary; born July 22, tant/quarterbacls; born September 11,
Western Michigan (1984-86), Pittsburgh 1974, Kingston, Jamaica. Defensive back 1960, Inglewood, Calif. No college or pro
(1987), Morehead State (1988), Cincinnati Cincinnati 1993-96. Pro defensive back playing experience. College coach:
(1989-1996), and Indiana (1997). New Orleans Saints 1997-99. College Southern California 1984-85, Utah 1986-
Personal: Born in Perrysburg, Ohio on coach: Notre Dame 2003, Rutgers 2004- 89, Cincinnati 1990-93, Harvard 1994-95,
September 23, 1962, Harbaugh and his 2011. Pro coach: Joined Ravens in 2012. Illinois 1998-2000, Utah 2001-02, Rutgers
wife, Ingrid, have a daughter, Alison. Son of Chris Horton, asst. special teams; born 2003-07. Pro coach: Chicago Bears 1996-
longtime college coach Jack, and his broth- December 29, 1984, Los Angeles, Calif. 97, joined Ravens in 2008.
er, Jim, the current University of Michigan Safety UCLA 2003-2007. Pro safety Matt Weiss, offensive assistant; born
head coach, played for the Ravens in 1998. Washington Redskins 2008-11, New York March 1, 1983, New Haven, Conn. Punter
John’s brother-in-law, Tom Crean, a college Giants 2012. Pro coach: Seattle Seahawks Vanderbilt 2001-02. No pro playing experi-
basketball coach, is married to his sister, 2013, joined Ravens in 2014. ence. College coach: Stanford 2008. Pro
Joani. Mike Macdonald, defensive backs; born coach: Joined Ravens in 2009.
June 26, 1987, Boston, Mass. Attended Drew Wilkins, asst. defensive line; born
ASSISTANT COACHES Georgia. No college or pro playing experi- August 20, 1987, Doylestown, Pa.
Richard Angulo, asst. offensive line; born ence. College coach: Georgia, 2011-13. Attended Maryland. No college or pro play-
August 13, 1980, Santa Ana, Calif. Tight Pro coach: Joined Ravens in 2014. ing experience. Pro coach: Joined Ravens
end Western New Mexico 1999-2002. Pro Don Martindale, linebackers; born May 19, in 2010.
tight end St. Louis Rams 2003, Minnesota 1963, Dayton, Ohio. Linebacker Defiance

44 2017 NFL Record & Fact Book
BUFFALO BILLS
CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner/CEO: Terry Pegula (414-475-8)
Owner: Kim Pegula Records include postseason games
Managing Partner and President: 1960-61 Buster Ramsey ............11-16-1
Russ Brandon 1962-65 Lou Saban ...................38-18-3
General Manager: Brandon Beane 1966-68 Joe Collier*..................13-17-1
Chief Operating Officer: Bruce Popko 1968 Harvey Johnson.............1-10-1
EVP Creative Services: Frank Cravotta 1969-1970 John Rauch....................7-20-1
EVP of Finance: Chuck LaMattina 1971 Harvey Johnson.............1-13-0
EVP of Media & Content: Mark Preisler 1972-76 Lou Saban** ...............32-29-1
EVP of Business Development: 1976-77 Jim Ringo.........................3-20-0
Erica Muhleman 1978-1982 Chuck Knox .................38-38-0
EVP of Marketing & Brand Strategy: 1983-85 Kay Stephenson*** .....10-26-0
Brent Rossi 1985-86 Hank Bullough****........4-17-0
Chief Administrative Officer: David Wheat 1986-1997 Marv Levy..................123-78-0
American Football Conference EVP and General Counsel: 1998-2000 Wade Phillips ...............29-21-0
East Division Gregg Brandon 2001-03 Gregg Williams.............17-31-0
Team Colors: Royal, Red, White and Sr. VP of Football Administration: 2004-05 Mike Mularkey..............14-18-0
Navy Jim Overdorf 2006-09 Dick Jauron# ..............24-33-0
One Bills Drive Sr. VP of Media & Content: Marc Honan 2009 Perry Fewell .....................3-4-0
Orchard Park, New York 14127-2296 VP of Communications: Derek Boyko 2010-12 Chan Gailey .................16-32-0
Telephone: (716) 648-1800 VP of Ticket Sales and Service: Chris 2013-14 Doug Marrone..............15-17-0
Colleary 2015-16 Rex Ryan## ...............15-16-0
2017 SCHEDULE VP of Information Technology: Dan Evans 2016 Anthony Lynn...................0-1-0
PRESEASON VP of Community Relations: *Released after two games in 1968
Aug. 10 Minnesota .........................7:00 Gretchen Geitter **Resigned after five games in 1976
Aug. 17 at Philadelphia ....................7:00 VP Operations and Guest Experience: ***Released after four games in 1985
Aug. 26 at Baltimore........................7:00 ****Released after nine games in 1986
Andy Major #Released after nine games in 2009
Aug. 31 Detroit ...............................7:00 VP of Government Relations and External ##Released after 15 games in 2016
Affairs: Bill Munson
REGULAR SEASON PAID ATTENDANCE
Sep. 10 N.Y. Jets ............................1:00 Home 533,514 Away 523,752
Sep. 17 at Carolina .........................1:00 Total 1,057,266
Sep. 24 Denver ..............................1:00 Single-game home record,
Oct. 1 at Atlanta ...........................1:00 80,368 (10/4/92)
Oct. 8 at Cincinnati ......................1:00 Single-season home record,
Oct. 15 BYE 635,889 (1991)
Oct. 22 Tampa Bay .......................1:00
Oct. 29 Oakland ............................1:00 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Nov. 2 at N.Y. Jets (Thu)................8:25 Round Name Pos. College
Nov. 12 New Orleans .....................1:00 1 Tre’Davious White DB Louisiana St.
Nov. 19 at L.A. Chargers .................4:05 2 Zay Jones WR East Carolina
Nov. 26 at Kansas City ...................1:00 Dion Dawkins G Temple
Dec. 3 New England ....................1:00 5 Matt Milano LB Boston College
Dec. 10 Indianapolis ......................1:00 Nathan Peterman QB Pittsburgh
Dec. 17 Miami ...............................1:00 6 Tanner Vallejo LB Boise St.
Dec. 24 at New England .................1:00
Dec. 31 at Miami ............................1:00
* All times ET

Stadium: New Era Field
(opened in 1973)
•Capacity: 71,870
One Bills Drive
Orchard Park, New York
14127-2296
Playing Surface: A-Turf Titan
Training Camp: St. John Fisher College
Rochester, N.Y. 14618
NEW ERA FIELD

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (1-3) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Taylor 436 269 3023 61.7 17 6 42/192 89.7
08/13 L 18-19 Indianapolis Manuel 26 11 131 42.3 0 0 3/20 58.3
08/20 W 21-0 New York Giants Jones 11 6 96 54.5 0 1 1/2 46.0
08/26 L 16-21 at Washington J. Williams 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
09/01 L 0-31 at Detroit Bills 474 286 3250 60.3 17 7 46/214 86.7
Opponents 511 306 3835 59.9 19 12 39/253 85.9
REGULAR SEASON (7-9)
Date Result Opponent TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
09/11 L 7-13 at Baltimore SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Gilmore 5 135 27.0 49 0
09/15 L 31-37 New York Jets Carpenter 0 0 0 40/45 19/25 0 97 Robey-Coleman 2 44 22.0 41t 1
09/25 W 33-18 Arizona McCoy 13 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 86 White 2 0 0.0 0 0
10/02 W 16-0 at New England Gillislee 8 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 54 Alexander 1 28 28.0 28 0
10/09 W 30-19 at Los Angeles Taylor 6 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 38 Z. Brown 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/16 W 45-16 San Francisco Clay 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Graham 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/23 L 25-28 at Miami Hunter 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Bills 12 207 17.3 49 1
10/30 L 25-41 New England Goodwin 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Opponents 7 87 12.4 51 0
11/07 L 25-31 at Seattle Robey-Coleman 0 0 2 0/0 0/0 0 12
11/20 W 16-12 at Cincinnati Watkins 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/27 W 28-21 Jacksonville Bush 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 8 Schmidt 75 3183 42.4 20 58
12/04 L 24-38 at Oakland Salas 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Bills 75 3183 42.4 20 58
12/11 L 20-27 Pittsburgh A. Williams 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 70 3024 43.2 19 62
12/18 W 33-13 Cleveland J. Williams 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
12/24 L 31-34 Miami (OT) Woods 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNT
01/01 L 10-30 at New York Jets O'Leary 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 2 RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
(OT) Overtime Bills 29 17 3 40/45 19/25 0 399 Tate 26 14 301 11.6 43 0
Opponents 21 19 1 36/38 30/32 1 378 Bush 2 2 13 6.5 13 0
SCORE BY PERIODS W. Powell 0 1 0 — — 0
2-Pt Conv: Bush, McCoy, O'Leary, Taylor.
Bills 78 99 110 112 0 — 399 Bills 28 17 314 11.2 43 0
Bills 4-4, Opponents 2-3.
Opponents 72 118 100 85 3 — 378 Opponents 39 8 262 6.7 22 0
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD
2016 TEAM STATISTICS KICKOFF
McCoy 234 1267 5.4 75t 13
Bills Opp. RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Taylor 95 580 6.1 49 6
Total First Downs 328 338 Tate 29 662 22.8 45 0
Gillislee 101 577 5.7 44t 8
Rushing 146 122 Bush 5 103 20.6 35 0
J. Williams 27 94 3.5 20 1
Passing 155 183 O'Leary 2 27 13.5 14 0
Tate 3 48 16.0 30 0
Penalty 27 33 Felton 2 18 9.0 11 0
Manuel 8 22 2.8 8 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 86/210 82/205 Gillislee 1 19 19.0 19 0
Schmidt 1 16 16.0 16 0
3rd Down Pct. 41.0 40.0 Bills 39 829 21.3 45 0
Felton 8 13 1.6 6 0
4th Down: Made/Att 8/15 4/14 Opponents 46 999 21.7 73 0
Harvin 1 11 11.0 11 0
4th Down Pct. 53.3 28.6
Woods 1 6 6.0 6 0
Possession Avg. 29:22 30:38 FIELD
Jones 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0
Total Net Yards 5666 5712 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Bush 12 -3 -0.3 5 1
Avg. Per Game 354.1 357.0 Carpenter 1/1 8/8 5/5 4/9 1/2
Bills 492 2630 5.3 75t 29
Total Plays 1012 1018 Bills 1/1 8/8 5/5 4/9 1/2
Opponents 468 2130 4.6 57 21
Avg. Per Play 5.6 5.6 Opponents 0/0 5/5 13/13 7/9 5/5
Net Yards Rushing 2630 2130 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Avg. Per Game 164.4 133.1 SACKS No.
Clay 57 552 9.7 40t 4
Total Rushes 492 468 Alexander 12.5
Woods 51 613 12.0 34 1
Net Yards Passing 3036 3582 Hughes 6.0
McCoy 50 356 7.1 41 1
Avg. Per Game 189.8 223.9 K. Williams 5.0
Goodwin 29 431 14.9 84t 3
Sacked/Yards Lost 46/214 39/253 Z. Brown 4.0
Watkins 28 430 15.4 62 2
Gross Yards 3250 3835 Dareus 3.5
W. Powell 14 142 10.1 35 0
Att./Completions 474/286 511/306 A. Washington 2.5
Hunter 10 189 18.9 64 4
Completion Pct. 60.3 59.9 Lawson 2.0
O'Leary 9 114 12.7 28 0
Had Intercepted 7 12 Douzable 1.5
Gillislee 9 50 5.6 18t 1
Punts/Average 75/42.4 70/43.2 P. Brown 1.0
Tate 8 117 14.6 34 0
Net Punting Avg. 75/38.1 70/36.7 Graham 1.0
Bush 7 90 12.9 25 0
Penalties/Yards 112/960 106/884 Bills 39.0
Felton 6 57 9.5 22 0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 15/5 23/6 Opponents 46.0
Salas 4 89 22.3 71t 1
Touchdowns 49 41 Harvin 2 6 3.0 5 0
Rushing 29 21 Christian 1 14 14.0 14 0
Passing 17 19 J. Williams 1 0 0.0 0 0
Returns 3 0 Bills 286 3250 11.4 84t 17
Opponents 306 3835 12.5 66t 19

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Thurman Thomas, 1988-1999 .........................................................11,938
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Jim Kelly, 1986-1996 .......................................................................35,467
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Jim Kelly, 1986-1996 ............................................................................237
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Andre Reed, 1985-1999........................................................................941
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Andre Reed, 1985-1999...................................................................13,095
Interceptions ...................................................................George (Butch) Byrd, 1964-1970 ............................................................40
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Brian Moorman, 2001-2013.................................................................43.7
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................C.J. Spiller, 2010-13 ............................................................................12.1
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................O.J. Simpson, 1969-1977 ....................................................................30.0
Field Goals ......................................................................Steve Christie, 1992-2000.....................................................................234
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Andre Reed, 1985-1999..........................................................................87
Thurman Thomas, 1988-1999 ................................................................87
Points..............................................................................Steve Christie, 1992-2000..................................................................1,011
*Sacks............................................................................Bruce Smith, 1985-1999................................................................**171.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................O.J. Simpson, 1973 ...........................................................................2,003
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Drew Bledsoe, 2002...........................................................................4,359
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Jim Kelly, 1991 .......................................................................................33
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Eric Moulds, 2002.................................................................................100
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Eric Moulds, 1998..............................................................................1,368
Interceptions ...................................................................Billy Atkins, 1961 ....................................................................................10
Tom Janik, 1967 .....................................................................................10
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Brian Moorman, 2011 ..........................................................................48.2
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Leodis McKelvin, 2012.........................................................................18.7
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Terrence McGee, 2005 .........................................................................30.2
Field Goals ......................................................................Dan Carpenter, 2014 ...............................................................................34
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................O.J. Simpson, 1975 ................................................................................23
Points..............................................................................Steve Christie, 1998..............................................................................140
*Sacks............................................................................Bruce Smith, 1990 ...............................................................................19.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................O.J. Simpson, 11-25-76........................................................................273
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Drew Bledsoe, 9-15-02 .........................................................................463
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Jim Kelly, 9-8-91.......................................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Andre Reed, 11-20-94 ............................................................................15
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Lee Evans, 11-19-06.............................................................................265
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Nate Clements, 10-20-02
Field Goals ......................................................................Steve Christie, 10-20-96 ...........................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Cookie Gilchrist, 12-8-63 ..........................................................................5
Points..............................................................................Cookie Gilchrist, 12-8-63 ........................................................................30
*Sacks............................................................................Mario Williams, 9-15-13.........................................................................4.5

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
57 Alexander, Lorenzo LB 6-1 245 5/31/83 11 California Berkeley, Calif. FA-’16 16/16
33 Anderson, Colt S 5-10 195 10/25/85 8 Montana Butte, Mont. FA-’16 2/0
86 Annen, Blake TE 6-4 247 5/27/91 3 Cincinnati Upper Arlington, Ohio FA-’15 0*
22 Banyard, Joe RB 5-10 221 11/11/88 5 Texas-El Paso Sweetwater, Texas FA-’17 1/0*
10 Brown, Philly WR 5-11 190 12/15/91 4 Ohio State Upper Darby, Pa. FA-’17 16/8*
52 Brown, Preston LB 6-1 251 10/26/92 4 Louisville Cincinnati, Ohio D3-’14 16/16
17 Butler, Jeremy WR 6-2 213 4/21/91 3 Tennessee-Martin Bradenton, Fla. FA-’17 4/0*
85 Clay, Charles TE 6-3 255 2/12/89 7 Tulsa Little Rock, Ark. FA-’15 15/15
98 Coleman, Deandre DT 6-5 341 1/26/91 2 California Seattle, Wash. FA-’16 5/0
28 Darby, Ronald CB 5-11 193 1/1/94 3 Florida State Oxon Hill, Md. D2-’15 14/14
99 Dareus, Marcell DT 6-3 331 3/13/94 7 Alabama Huffman, Ala. D1-11 8/7
56 Davis, Ryan DE 6-2 260 2/24/93 6 Bethune-Cookman Tampa, Fla. FA-’17 9/0*
42 DiMarco, Patrick FB 6-1 234 4/30/93 6 South Carolina Altamonte Springs, Fla. UFA(Atl)-’17 16/8*
26 Dowling, Jonathan S 6-3 190 12/7/91 3 Western Kentucky Bradenton, Fla. FA-’15 0*
62 Ducasse, Vladimir G 6-5 329 10/14/87 8 Massachusetts Port-au-Prince, Haiti UFA(Balt)-’17 10/8*
40 Gaines, Charles CB 5-10 180 10/2/92 3 Louisville Miami, Fla. FA-’16 0*
37 Gary, Shamiel S 6-0 217 5/31/94 3 Oklahoma State Tulsa, Okla. FA-’16 3/0
77 Glenn, Cordy T 6-6 345 9/18/89 6 Georgia Riverdale, Ga. D2-’12 11/11
72 Groy, Ryan G 6-5 320 9/30/90 4 Wisconsin Middleton, Wis. FA-’15 16/7
4 Hauschka, Stephen K 6-4 210 6/29/85 10 North Carolina State Needham, Mass. UFA(Sea)-’17 16/0*
66 Henderson, Seantrel T 6-7 331 1/21/92 4 Miami St. Paul, Minn. D7b-’14 1/0
81 Holmes, Andre WR 6-4 210 6/16/88 6 Hillsdale Elk Grove, Ill. UFA(Oak)-’17 16/2*
55 Hughes, Jerry DE 6-2 254 8/13/88 8 Texas Christian Sugar Land, Texas T(Ind)-’13 16/15
50 Humber, Ramon LB 5-11 232 8/10/87 9 North Dakota State Minneapolis, Minn. FA-’16 16/1
23 Hyde, Micah S 6-0 197 12/31/90 5 Iowa Fostoria, Ohio UFA(GB)-’17 16/11*
64 Incognito, Richie G 6-3 319 7/5/83 11 Nebraska Englewood, N.J. FA-’15 16/16
38 James, Charles CB 5-9 185 5/14/90 5 Charleston Southern Jacksonville, Fla. FA-’17 13/0*
24 Johnson, Leonard CB 5-10 194 3/30/90 6 Iowa State Clearwater, Fla. FA-’17 10/0*
7 Jones, Cardale QB 6-5 250 9/29/92 2 Ohio State Cleveland, Ohio D4-’16 1/0
71 Kouandjio, Cyrus T 6-7 322 7/20/93 4 Alabama Hyattsville, Md. D2-’14 12/5
90 Lawson, Shaq DE 6-3 267 6/16/94 2 Clemson Central, S.C. D1-’16 10/1
13 Lewis, Dezmin WR 6-4 214 12/4/92 2 Central Arkansas Mesquite, Texas D7-’15 1/0
67 Lewis, Patrick C 6-1 311 1/29/91 5 Texas A&M Reserve, La. FA-’16 1/0
25 McCoy, LeSean RB 5-11 210 7/12/88 9 Pittsburgh Harrisburg, Pa. T(Phil)-’15 15/15
76 Miller, John G 6-2 303 8/11/93 3 Louisville Miami, Fla. D3-’15 16/16
79 Mills, Jordan T 6-5 316 12/23/90 5 Louisiana Tech Thibodaux, La. FA-’15 16/16
74 Ola, Michael T 6-5 312 4/18/84 4 Hampton Riverdale, Ga. FA-’16 6/0
84 O'Leary, Nick TE 6-3 252 8/30/92 2 Florida State Palm Beach, Fla. D6b-’15 16/7
19 Powell, Walter WR 6-0 189 11/22/91 3 Murray State St. Louis, Mo. FA-’15 9/2
21 Poyer, Jordan S 6-0 191 4/24/91 5 Oregon State The Dalles, Ore. UFA(Cle)-’17 6/6*
59 Ragland, Reggie LB 6-2 252 9/22/93 2 Alabama Madison, Ala. D2-’16 0*
6 Schmidt, Colton P 5-11 224 10/26/90 4 California-Davis Bakersfield, Calif. FA-’14 16/0
29 Seymour, Kevon CB 6-0 185 11/29/93 2 Southern California Pasadena, Calif. D6b-’16 15/3
15 Tate, Brandon WR 6-1 195 10/4/87 9 North Carolina Burlington, N.C. FA-’16 15/1
5 Taylor, Tyrod QB 6-1 215 8/2/89 7 Virginia Tech Hampton, Va. FA-’15 15/15
82 Thomas, Logan TE 6-6 250 6/30/91 3 Virginia Tech Lynchburg, Va. FA-’16 0*
27 Tolbert, Mike FB 5-9 250 11/22/85 10 Coastal Carolina Douglasville, Ga. FA-’17 16/2*
54 Valles, Max DE 6-4 250 8/5/94 2 Virginia Sicklerville, N.J. FA-’15 0*
92 Washington, Adolphus DT 6-4 295 11/24/92 2 Ohio State Cincinnati, Ohio D3-’16 15/11
14 Watkins, Sammy WR 6-1 211 6/14/93 4 Clemson Fort Myers, Fla. D1-’14 8/8
31 Williams, Jonathan RB 6-0 223 2/2/94 2 Arkansas Allen, Texas D5-’16 11/0
95 Williams, Kyle DT 6-1 303 6/9/83 12 Louisiana State Ruston, La. D5a-’06 15/15
70 Wood, Eric C 6-4 310 3/17/86 9 Louisville Cincinnati, Ohio D1b-’09 9/9
94 Worthy, Jerel DE 6-2 300 4/25/90 4 Michigan State Huber Heights, Ohio FA-’15 13/0
20 Wright, Shareece CB 5-11 184 4/7/87 7 Southern California Colton, Calif. FA-’17 12/9*
9 Yates, T.J. QB 6-4 217 5/27/87 6 North Carolina Marietta, Ga. FA-’17 0*

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* Annen was last active with Chicago in ’14; Banyard played 1 game with Jacksonville in ’16; Ph. Brown played 16 games with Carolina;
Butler played 4 games with San Diego; Davis played 9 games with Dallas; DiMarco played 16 games with Atlanta; Dowling was last
active with Oakland in ’14; Ducasse played 10 games with Baltimore; Gaines last active with Cleveland in ’15; Hauschka played 16
games with Seattle; Holmes played 16 games with Oakland; Hyde played 16 games with Green Bay; James played 1 game with
Indianapolis and 12 games with Houston; Johnson played 10 games with Carolina; Poyer played 6 games with Cleveland; Ragland
missed ’16 season because of injury; Thomas last active with Arizona in ’14; Tolbert played 16 games with Carolina; Valles last active
with Buffalo in ’15; Wright played 12 games with Baltimore, Yates made one postseason appearance with Miami.

Players lost through free agency (9): S Robert Blanton (Dall; 10 games in ’16), LB Zach Brown (Wash; 16), RB Mike Gillislee (NE; 15),
CB Stephon Gilmore (NE; 15), WR Marquise Goodwin (SF; 15), WR Justin Hunter (Pitt; 12), QB EJ Manuel (Oak; 6),
LB Lerentee McCray (Jax; 13), WR Robert Woods (LAR; 13).

Also played with Bills in ’16—S Sergio Brown (8 games), DT Corbin Bryant (8), RB Reggie Bush (13), K Dan Carpenter (16),
TE Gerald Christian (3), DE Leger Douzable (16), FB Jerome Felton (15), S Corey Graham (16), WR Percy Harvin (2),
S James Ihedigbo (4), S Jonathan Meeks (16), CB Nickell Robey-Coleman (16), LS Garrison Sanborn (16), LB Brandon Spikes (11),
CB Corey White (15), S Aaron Williams (7).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Croom, Jason TE 6-5 246 2/27/94 Tennessee Norcross, Ga. FA
Dawkins, Dion T 6-5 320 4/26/94 Temple Rahway, N.J. D2b
Elston, Trae S 6-0 190 2/15/94 Mississippi Birmingham, Ala. FA
Ferguson, Reid (1) LS 6-2 244 3/23/94 Louisiana State Buford, Ga. FA-’16
Jefferson, Cameron T 6-5 317 5/2/96 Arkansas Cleveland, Ohio FA
Johnson, Jordan RB 6-1 220 5/21/94 Buffalo Buffalo, N.Y. FA
Jones, Zay WR 6-2 201 3/30/95 East Carolina Dallas, Texas D2a
Lewis, Marquavius DE 6-3 270 10/10/92 South Carolina Greenwood, S.C. FA
Lindsey, Jacob LB 6-2 220 6/23/93 Harvard Cleves, Ohio FA
Listenbee, Kolby (1) WR 6-1 183 1/24/94 Texas Christian Arlington, Texas D6a-’16
Metz, Jake DE 6-6 265 3/16/95 Shippensburg Harleysville, PA FA
Milano, Matt LB 6-0 223 7/28/94 Boston College Orlando, Fla. D5a
Mudge, Jordan G 6-4 300 8/7/89 Nevada Fresno, Calif. FA
O’Neal, Cedric (1) RB 5-10 215 1/29/94 Valdosta State Dublin, Ga. FA-’16
Peterman, Nathan QB 6-2 225 5/4/94 Pittsburgh Jacksonville, Fla. D5b
Powell, Joe (1) S 6-2 205 2/24/94 Globe Portsmouth, Va. FA-’16
Pyke, Greg G 6-6 325 6/3/93 Georgia Baltimore, Md. FA
Rehkow, Austin P 6-3 213 3/16/95 Idaho Veradale, Wash. FA
Reilly, Brandon WR 6-2 200 9/23/93 Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. FA
Sanders, B.T. S 6-0 195 6/28/95 Nicholls State Foley, Ala. FA
Sayles, Marcus CB 5-10 175 9/30/94 West Georgia Alpharetta, Ga. FA
Seau, Ian DE 6-2 250 12/3/92 Nevada Oceanside, Calif. FA
Shorts, Daikiel WR 6-1 202 10/5/94 West Virginia Clayton, N.J. FA
Sylve, Bradley CB 6-0 180 1/28/93 Alabama Port Sulphur, La. FA
Sylvestre, Junior LB 6-0 242 12/26/91 Toledo Hollywood, Fla. FA
Towbridge, Keith TE 6-5 262 5/20/95 Louisville Toledo, Ohio FA
Tyler, Jeremy S 5-11 207 3/22/95 West Virginia Lithonia, Ga. FA
Vallejo, Tanner LB 6-1 228 12/16/94 Boise State Penn Valley, Calif. D6
Voytek, Zach G 6-5 305 7/8/94 New Haven Trumbull, Conn. FA
White, Tre’Davious CB 5-11 192 1/16/95 Louisiana State Shreveport, La. D1
Williams, Nigel DT 6-2 297 12/19/93 Virginia Tech Richmond, Va. FA
Woodrum, Josh QB 6-3 231 11/6/92 Liberty Roanoke, Va. FA
Yarbrough, Eddie LB 6-3 259 4/23/93 Wyoming Aurora, Co. FA

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform

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BUFFALO BILLS
COACHING STAFF Kingsville 1982-85, 1990-94. Pro coach: 1986, Atlanta, Ga. Wide receiver Air Force
Head Coach, Philadelphia Eagles 1995-2012, Baltimore 2004-08. Pro wide receiver Philadelphia
Sean McDermott Ravens 2013-16, joined Bills in 2017. Eagles 2010-12, San Franccisco 49ers 2012-
Pro Career: McDermott was named Buffalo’s Eric Ciano, head strength and conditioning; 13, Kansas City Chiefs 2013, Jacksonville
19th head coach on January 11, 2017. He born August 8, 1973, Waltham, Mass. Jaguars 2014. Pro coach: Joined Bills in
enters his first season as Buffalo’s head Offensive line Springfield (Mass.) College 2017.
coach and his 19th season in the NFL ranks. 1993-97. No pro playing experience. College Marc Lubick, offensive quality control/asst.
McDermott joins the Bills after spending six coach: Tennessee 1997-99, 2002-04, quarterbacks; born November 13, 1977,
seasons as the defensive coordinator of the Louisiana Tech 2000-02, Georgia Tech 2005- Bozeman, Mont. Safety Montana State 1996-
Carolina Panthers where he developed a unit 09. Pro coach: Joined Bills in 2010. 99. College coach: Colorado State 2000-02,
that is considered to be one of the best in the Danny Crossman, special teams coordinator; 2005-09, Vanderbilt 2014. Pro coach: St.
NFL. McDermott led the Carolina defense to a born January 17, 1967, El Paso, Texas. Louis Rams 2003-04, Houston Texans 2010-
top-10 finish in four of his six seasons in Defensive back Kansas 1985, Pittsburgh 13, Denver Broncos 2015-16, joined Bills in
charge. Over the past six seasons, the 1987-89. Pro defensive back Washington 2017.
Panthers defense ranked second in the NFL in Redskins 1990, Detroit Lions 1991-92. Phil McGeoghan, wide receivers; born July 8,
sacks (261), third in turnovers forced (169), College coach: U.S. Coast Guard Academy 1979, Agawam, Mass. Wide receiver Maine
sixth in rushing yards allowed per game 1993, Western Kentucky 1994-96, Central 1997-2001. Pro wide receiver Denver
(103.3), ninth in yards per game (339.1) and Florida 1997-98, Georgia Tech 1999-2001, Broncos 2001-02, Berlin Thunder (NFLE)
12th in points allowed per game (22.1). In his Michigan State 2002. Pro coach: Carolina 2002, New Orleans Saints 2003. College
time in Carolina, McDermott helped the Panthers 2003-09, Detroit Lions 2010-12, coach: Maine 2007, South Florida 2009-
Panthers to three division titles and a trip to joined Bills in 2013. 2011, East Carolina 2016. Pro coach: Miami
Super Bowl 50. Career record: 0-0. David Culley, quarterbacks; born September Dolphins 2012-15, joined Bills in 2017.
Background: An All-Atlantic 10 Conference 17, 1955, Sparta, Tenn. College coach: Austin Jason Oszvart, strength and conditioning
choice at safety for William & Mary as a Peay 1978, Vanderbilt 1979-1981, Middle assistant; born December 24, 1988,
senior in 1997, McDermott graduated with a Tennessee State 1982, Chattanooga 1983, Robinsville, N.J. Attended East Stroudsburg.
degree in finance and began his coaching Western Kentucky 1984, Southwestern No college or pro playing experience. Pro
career as a graduate assistant at his alma Louisiana 1985-88, Texas-El Paso 1989- coach: New York Jets 2013-14, joined Bills in
mater in 1998. 1990, Texas A&M 1991-93. Pro coach: 2015.
Personal: Born on March 21, 1974. He and Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1994-95, Pittsburgh Jim Salgado, defensive assistant; born
his wife, Jamie, have three children. Steelers 1996-98, Philadelphia Eagles 1999- November 12, 1971, New Hyde Park, N.Y.
2012, Kansas City Chiefs 2013-16, joined Cornerback Hofstra 1990-93. No pro playing
ASSISTANT COACHES Bills in 2017. experience. College coach: Hofstra 1994,
Bob Babich, linebackers; born February 20, Andrew Dees, asst. offensive line; born Western Connecticut 1995, Boston 1996-97,
1961, Aliquippa, Penn. Linebacker Tulsa 1981- January 17, 1967, Babylon, N.Y. Offensive Millersville 1997-99, Northeastern 2000-01,
82. No pro playing experience. College coach: tackle/tight end Syracuse 1987-1990. Pro Hofstra 2002-03, Northeastern 2004,
Tulsa 1984-87, Wisconsin 1988-89, Tulsa offensive tackle Cincinnati Bengals 1991, Syracuse 2005-08, Cornell 2009, Princeton
1990, Bowling Green 1991, East Carolina Seattle Seahawks 1993. College coach: 2010-16. Pro coach: Joined Bills in 2017.
1992-93, Pittsburgh 1994-96, North Dakota Wagner 1997, Stony Brook 1998-2000, Kelly Skipper, running backs; born July 25,
State (head coach) 1997-2002. Pro coach: St. Buffalo 2001-05, Temple 2006-2010. 1967, Brawley, Calif. Running back Fresno
Louis Rams 2003, Chicago Bears 2004-2012, Massachusetts 2011. Pro coach: Buffalo Bills State 1984-88. No pro experience. College
Jacksonville Jaguars 2013-15, San Diego 2012, San Diego Chargers 2013-15, re-joined coach: Freshno State 1989-1997, UCLA 1988-
Chargers 2016, joined Bills in 2017. Bills in 2017. 2002, Washington State 2003-06. Pro coach:
Bobby Babich, asst. defensive backs; born Rick Dennison, offensive coordinator; born Oakland Raiders 2007-2014, Jacksonville
July 7, 1983, Tulsa, Okla. Cornerback North June 22, 1958, Kalispell, Mont. Tight end Jaguars 2015-16, joined Bills in 2017.
Dakota State 2002-05. No pro playing experi- Colorado State 1976, 1978-79. Pro line- Matt Smiley, special teams assistant; born
ence. College coach: Kent State 2006, backer Denver Broncos 1982-1990. Pro October 2, 1978, Hoopeston, Ill. Wide receiv-
Eastern Illinois 2007-2010, Edinboro 2016, coach: Denver Broncos 1995-2009, Houston er Illinois 1997-2001. No pro experience.
Florida International 2016. Pro coach: Joined Texans 2010-13, Baltimore Ravens 2014, College coach: Dartmouth 2006-07, Eureka
Bills in 2017. Denver Broncos 2015-16, joined Bills in 2008-2011, Eastern Illinois 2012, Charleston
Rob Boras, tight ends; born September 30, 2017. Southern 2013. Pro coach: Jacksonville
1970, Glen Ellyn, Ill. Center DePauw 1988- John Egorugwu, defensive quality control; Jaguars 2013-16, joined Bills in 2017.
1991. No pro playing experience. College born May 21, 1986, Kansas City, Mo. Bill Teerlinck, defensive line assistant; born
coach: DePauw 1992-93, Texas 1994-97, Linebacker Williams Jewell College 2005-09. July 22, 1978, Detroit, Mich. Defensive end
Benedictine (head coach) 1998, Nevada-Las College coach: William Jewell College 2010- Chadron State 1998-2002. No pro playing
Vegas 1999-2003. Pro coach: Chicago Bears 13, Missouri 2012-14, Missouri State 2015. experience. College coach: Illinois State
2004-09, Jacksonville Jaguars 2010-11, St. Pro coach: Baltimore Ravens 2015-16, joined 2005-06, Nevada 2013-16. Pro coach:
Louis/Los Angeles Rams 2012-16, joined Bills in 2017. Indianapolis Colts 2007-2011, joined Bills in
Bills in 2017.
Leslie Frazier, defensive coordinator; born 2017.
Gill Byrd, defensive backs; born February 20, April 3, 1959, Columbus, Miss. Defensive Mike Waufle, defensive line; born June 27,
1961, San Francisco, Calif. Defensive back back Alcorn State 1978-1980. Pro defensive 1954, Hornell, N.Y. Defensive lineman
San Jose State 1979-1983. Pro defensive back Chicago Bears 1981-85. College coach: Bakersfield (Calif.) J.C. 1975-76, Utah State
back San Diego Chargers 1984-1993. Pro Trinity (head coach) 1988-1996, Illinois 1977-78. No pro playing experience. Former
coach: Green Bay Packers 1999-2001, St. 1997-98. Pro coach: Philadelphia Eagles Marine. College coach: Alfred 1979, Utah
Louis Rams 2003-05, Chicago Bears 2006- 1999-2002, Cincinnati Bengals 2003-04, State 1980-84, Fresno State 1985-88, UCLA
2012, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2014-15, Indianapolis Colts 2005-06, Minnesota 1989, Oregon State 1990-91, California
joined Bills in 2017. Vikings 2007-2013 (head coach 2011-13), 1992-97. Pro coach: Oakland Raiders 1998-
Juan Castillo, offensive line; born October 8, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2014-15, Baltimore 2003, New York Giants 2004-2009, Oakland
1959, Port Isabel, Texas. Linebacker Texas Ravens 2016, joined Bills in 2017. Raiders 2010-11, St. Louis/Los Angeles
A&I 1978-1980. College coach: Texas A&M- Chad Hall, offensive assistant; born May 23, Rams 2012-16, joined Bills in 2017.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
President: Mike Brown (349-422-4)
Senior Vice President – Player Personnel: Records include postseason games
Pete Brown 1968-1975 Paul Brown..................55-59-1
Executive Vice President: Katie Blackburn 1976-78 Bill Johnson* ..............18-15-0
Vice President – Player Personnel: 1978-79 Homer Rice ...................8-19-0
Paul Brown 1980-83 Forrest Gregg ..............34-27-0
Vice President: Troy Blackburn 1984-1991 Sam Wyche.................64-68-0
Vice President – Chief Marketing Officer: 1992-96 Dave Shula**..............19-52-0
Brian Sells 1996-2000 Bruce Coslet*** .........21-39-0
Director of Operations: Jeff Brickner 2000-02 Dick LeBeau ................12-33-0
Chief Financial Officer: Johanna Kappner 2003-2016 Marvin Lewis...........118-110-3
Director of Business Development: * Resigned after five games in 1978
Bob Bedinghaus ** Released after seven games in 1996
*** Resigned after three games in 2000
Managing Director of Paul Brown
American Football Conference Stadium: Eric Brown
North Division Directors of Technology: Michael Kayes, PAID ATTENDANCE
Team Colors: Black, Orange, and White Jo Ann Ralstin Home 491,482 Away 562,852
One Paul Brown Stadium Bengals.com Editor: Geoff Hobson Total 1,054,334
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3492 Director of Security: Rusty Guy Single-game home record,
Telephone: (513) 621-3550 Director of Ticket Sales and Service: 66,188 (10/28/07)
Ticket Office (513) 621-TDTD (8383) Duane Haring Single-season home record, 516,154
Director of Ticket Operations: Tim Kelly (2006)
2017 SCHEDULE Director of Player Relations: Eric Ball
PRESEASON Director of Player Personnel: Duke Tobin 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Aug. 11 Tampa Bay.........................7:30 Director of Communications: Round Name Pos. College
Aug. 19 Kansas City .......................7:00 Emily Parker 1 John Ross WR Washington
Aug. 27 at Washington ....................4:30 Director of Media Relations: P.J. Combs 2 Joe Mixon RB Oklahoma
Aug. 31 at Indianapolis ....................7:00 Head Certified Athletic Trainer: 3 Jordan Willis DE Kansas St.
Paul Sparling 4 Carl Lawson LB Auburn
REGULAR SEASON Equipment Manager: Adam Knollman Josh Malone WR Tennessee
Sep. 10 Baltimore ..........................1:00 Video Director: Travis Brammer Ryan Glasgow DT Michigan
Sep. 14 Houston (Thu)....................8:25 5 Jake Elliott K Memphis
Sep. 24 at Green Bay .....................4:25 J.J. Dielman C Utah
Oct. 1 at Cleveland ......................1:00 6 Jordan Evans LB Oklahoma
Oct. 8 Buffalo ..............................1:00 Brandon Wilson DB Houston
Oct. 15 BYE 7 Mason Schreck TE Buffalo
Oct. 22 at Pittsburgh ......................1:00
Oct. 29 Indianapolis ......................1:00
Nov. 5 at Jacksonville ...................1:00
Nov. 12 at Tennessee .....................1:00
Nov. 19 at Denver ..........................4:25
Nov. 26 Cleveland .........................1:00
Dec. 4 Pittsburgh (Mon) ...............8:30
Dec. 10 Chicago ............................1:00
Dec. 17 at Minnesota .....................1:00
Dec. 24 Detroit ..............................1:00
Dec. 31 at Baltimore .......................1:00
* All times ET

Stadium: Paul Brown Stadium
(opened in 2000)
•Capacity: 65,515
One Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202-3492
Playing Surface: UBU Speed Series S5M
Training Camp: Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (1-3) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Dalton 563 364 4206 64.7 18 8 41/264 91.8
08/12 L 16-17 Minnesota Bengals 563 364 4206 64.7 18 8 41/264 91.8
08/18 W 30-14 at Detroit Opponents 593 374 3985 63.1 22 17 33/185 83.1
08/28 L 21-26 at Jacksonville
TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
09/01 L 10-13 Indianapolis
SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Iloka 3 21 7.0 21 0
Nugent 0 0 0 23/29 23/29 0 92 Kirkpatrick 3 21 7.0 21 0
REGULAR SEASON (6-9-1) Hill 9 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 54 S. Williams 3 14 4.7 13 0
Date Result Opponent
LaFell 0 6 0 0/0 0/0 0 36 Burfict 2 54 27.0 47 0
09/11 W 23-22 at New York Jets
Bullock 0 0 0 6/6 5/6 0 21 Lewis-Harris 1 11 11.0 11 0
09/18 L 16-24 at Pittsburgh
Eifert 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 Maualuga 1 9 9.0 9 0
09/25 L 17-29 Denver
Dalton 4 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Rey 1 6 6.0 6 0
09/29 W 22-7 Miami
Green 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Jones 1 2 2.0 2 0
10/09 L 14-28 at Dallas
Bernard 2 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 K. Russell 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/16 L 17-35 at New England
Burkhead 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Shaw 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/23 W 31-17 Cleveland
Boyd 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Bengals 17 138 8.1 47 0
10/30 T 27-27 vs. Washington (London-OT)
Uzomah 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 8 92 11.5 49 0
11/14 L 20-21 at New York Giants
Bengals 17 18 0 29/35 28/35 1 325
11/20 L 12-16 Buffalo
Opponents 12 22 0 28/32 27/31 1 315 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/27 L 14-19 at Baltimore
2-Pt Conv: Bengals 0-0, Opponents 0-2 Huber 78 3613 46.3 23 72
12/04 W 32-14 Philadelphia
Bengals 78 3613 46.3 23 72
12/11 W 23-10 at Cleveland RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Opponents 74 3333 45.0 35 68
12/18 L 20-24 Pittsburgh Hill 222 839 3.8 74t 9
12/24 L 10-12 at Houston Burkhead 74 344 4.6 17 2 PUNT
01/01 W 27-10 Baltimore Bernard 91 337 3.7 17 2 RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
(OT) Overtime Dalton 46 184 4.0 15 4 Erickson 28 19 195 7.0 24 0
Boyd 4 58 14.5 39 0 Jones 10 0 51 5.1 15 0
SCORE BY PERIODS Peerman 6 15 2.5 4 0 Bengals 38 19 246 6.5 24 0
Bengals 97 94 69 65 0 — 325 LaFell 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0 Opponents 38 20 369 9.7 28 0
Opponents 71 81 69 94 0 — 315 Wright 2 -6 -3.0 2 0
Bengals 446 1769 4.0 74t 17 KICKOFF
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Opponents 412 1812 4.4 60t 12 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Bengals Opp. Erickson 29 810 27.9 84 0
Total First Downs 341 327 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD Burkhead 6 114 19.0 26 0
Rushing 100 95 Green 66 964 14.6 54t 4 Jones 4 79 19.8 23 0
Passing 204 196 LaFell 64 862 13.5 86t 6 Bengals 39 1003 25.7 84 0
Penalty 37 36 Boyd 54 603 11.2 30 1 Opponents 40 891 22.3 65 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 82/210 86/217 Bernard 39 336 8.6 32 1
3rd Down Pct. 39.0 39.6 Eifert 29 394 13.6 71 5 FIELD
4th Down: Made/Att 7/9 9/19 Uzomah 25 234 9.4 54 1 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
4th Down Pct. 77.8 47.4 Hill 21 174 8.3 25 0 Nugent 0/0 9/9 9/10 5/7 0/3
Possession Avg. 29:52 30:08 Core 17 200 11.8 50 0 Bullock 0/0 4/4 0/0 1/2 0/0
Total Net Yards 5711 5612 Burkhead 17 145 8.5 18 0 Bengals 0/0 13/13 9/10 6/9 0/3
Avg. Per Game 356.9 350.8 Wright 13 106 8.2 15 0 Opponents 0/0 9/10 5/6 9/9 4/6
Total Plays 1050 1038 Kroft 10 92 9.2 21 0
Avg. Per Play 5.4 5.4 Erickson 6 71 11.8 20 0 SACKS No.
Net Yards Rushing 1769 1812 Hewitt 2 13 6.5 8 0 Atkins 9.0
Avg. Per Game 110.6 113.3 Fisher 1 12 12.0 12 0 Dunlap 8.0
Total Rushes 446 412 Bengals 364 4206 11.6 86t 18 Clarke 4.0
Net Yards Passing 3942 3800 Opponents 374 3985 10.7 74t 22 M. Johnson 3.5
Avg. Per Game 246.4 237.5 Gilberry 2.5
Sacked/Yards Lost 41/264 33/185 Burfict 2.0
Gross Yards 4206 3985 Sims 1.5
Att./Completions 563/364 593/374 Dansby 1.0
Completion Pct. 64.7 63.1 S. Williams 1.0
Had Intercepted 8 17 D. Williams 0.5
Punts/Average 78/46.3 74/45.0 Bengals 33.0
Net Punting Avg. 78/39.5 74/40.9 Opponents 41.0
Penalties/Yards 88/726 105/950
Fumbles/Ball Lost 20/9 12/3
Touchdowns 35 34
Rushing 17 12
Passing 18 22
Returns 0 0

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Corey Dillon, 1997-2003 ....................................................................8,061
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Ken Anderson, 1971-1986 ...............................................................32,838
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Ken Anderson, 1971-1986 ....................................................................197
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Chad Johnson, 2001-2010....................................................................751
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Chad Johnson, 2001-2010...............................................................10,783
Interceptions ...................................................................Ken Riley, 1969-1983 .............................................................................65
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Kevin Huber, 2009-2016 ......................................................................45.0
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Adam Jones, 2010-16 .........................................................................10.7
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Adam Jones, 2010-16 .........................................................................26.4
Field Goals ......................................................................Jim Breech, 1980-1992 ........................................................................225
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Pete Johnson, 1977-1983 .......................................................................70
Points..............................................................................Jim Breech, 1980-1992 .....................................................................1,151
*Sacks............................................................................Carlos Dunlap, 2010-16 .......................................................................57.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Rudi Johnson, 2005...........................................................................1,458
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Andy Dalton, 2013 .............................................................................4,293
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Andy Dalton, 2013 ..................................................................................33
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................T.J. Houshmandzadeh, 2007 .................................................................112
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Chad Johnson, 2007..........................................................................1,440
Interceptions ...................................................................Deltha O’Neal, 2005 ................................................................................10
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Kevin Huber, 2014................................................................................46.8
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Lemar Parrish, 1974 ............................................................................18.8
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Adam Jones, 2014...............................................................................31.3
Field Goals ......................................................................Mike Nugent, 2011..................................................................................33
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Carl Pickens, 1995..................................................................................17
Points..............................................................................Mike Nugent, 2011................................................................................132
*Sacks............................................................................Carlos Dunlap, 2015 ............................................................................13.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Corey Dillon, 10-22-00..........................................................................278
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Boomer Esiason, 10-7-90 .....................................................................490
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Carson Palmer, 9-16-07 ............................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Carl Pickens, 10-11-98 ...........................................................................13
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Chad Johnson, 11-12-06 ......................................................................260
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Leon Hall, 12-21-08
Field Goals ......................................................................Shayne Graham, 11-11-07........................................................................7
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Larry Kinnebrew, 10-28-84 .......................................................................4
Corey Dillon, 12-4-97................................................................................4
Marvin Jones, 10-27-13............................................................................4
Points..............................................................................Larry Kinnebrew, 10-28-84 .....................................................................24
Corey Dillon, 12-4-97..............................................................................24
Marvin Jones, 10-27-13..........................................................................24
*Sacks............................................................................Antwan Odom, 9-20-09 .........................................................................5.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
97 Atkins, Geno DT 6-1 300 3/28/88 8 Georgia Pembroke Pines, Fla. D4a-’10 16/16
23 Benwikere, Bene CB 6-0 195 9/3/91 4 San Jose State Los Angeles, Calif. FA-’17 4/4*
25 Bernard, Giovani HB 5-9 205 11/22/91 5 North Carolina Boca Raton, Fla. D2a-’13 10/2
75 Billings, Andrew DT 6-1 325 3/6/95 2 Baylor Waco, Texas D4-’16 0*
61 Bodine, Russell C 6-3 308 6/30/92 4 North Carolina Scottsville, Va. D4-’14 16/16
65 Boling, Clint G 6-5 305 5/9/89 7 Georgia Alpharetta, Ga. D4-’11 14/14
83 Boyd, Tyler WR 6-2 197 11/15/94 2 Pittsburgh Clairton, Pa. D2-’16 16/2
88 Brown, Chris WR 6-1 191 12/8/93 2 Notre Dame Hanahan, S.C. W(Dall)-’17 0*
#Brown, Chykie CB 5-11 191 12/26/86 6 Texas Houston, Texas FA-’16 5/0
4 Bullock, Randy K 5-9 206 12/16/89 6 Texas A&M Klein, Texas W(Pitt)-’16 3/0
55 Burfict, Vontaze LB 6-1 255 9/24/90 6 Arizona State Corona, Calif. FA-’12 11/11
93 Clarke, Will DE 6-6 280 5/4/91 4 West Virginia Pittsburgh, Pa. D3-’14 16/0
16 Core, Cody WR 6-3 210 4/17/94 2 Mississippi Auburn, Ala. D6-’16 8/4
14 Dalton, Andy QB 6-2 220 10/29/87 7 Texas Christian Katy, Texas D2-’11 16/16
47 Dawson, P.J. LB 6-0 245 1/13/93 2 Texas Christian Dallas, Texas D3b-’15 2/0
21 Dennard, Darqueze CB 5-11 198 10/10/91 4 Michigan State Dry Branch, Ga. D1-’14 15/3
6 Driskel, Jeff QB 6-4 231 4/23/93 2 Louisiana Tech Oviedo, Fla. W(SF)-’16 0*
96 Dunlap, Carlos DE 6-6 280 2/28/89 8 Florida North Charleston, S.C. D2-’10 16/16
85 Eifert, Tyler TE 6-6 255 9/8/90 5 Notre Dame Fort Wayne, Ind. D1-’13 8/2
12 Erickson, Alex WR 6-0 195 11/6/92 2 Wisconsin Darlington, Wis. FA-’16 16/0
42 Fejedelem, Clayton S 6-0 205 6/2/93 2 Illinois Lemont, Ill. D7-’16 16/0
74 Fisher, Jake OT 6-6 305 4/23/93 3 Oregon Traverse City, Mich. D2-’15 15/3
53 Flowers, Marquis LB 6-3 245 2/16/92 4 Arizona Phoenix, Ariz. D6-’14 16/0
95 Gilberry, Wallace DE 6-2 270 12/5/84 10 Alabama Bay Minette, Ala. FA-’16 5/0
18 Green, A.J. WR 6-4 210 7/31/88 7 Georgia Summerville, S.C. D1-’11 10/10
91 Hardison, Marcus DT 6-3 310 2/14/92 3 Arizona State Natchitoches, La. D4b-’15 0*
46 Harris, Clark LS 6-5 250 7/10/84 9 Rutgers Manahawkin, N.J. FA-’09 13/0
89 Hewitt, Ryan H-B 6-4 255 1/24/91 4 Stanford Denver, Colo. FA-’14 16/11
32 Hill, Jeremy HB 6-1 235 10/20/92 4 Louisiana State Baton Rouge, La. D2-’14 15/13
66 Hopkins, Trey G 6-3 310 7/6/92 2 Texas Houston, Texas FA-’14 1/0
10 Huber, Kevin P 6-1 211 7/16/85 9 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio D5-’09 16/0
43 Iloka, George S 6-4 225 3/31/90 6 Boise State Houston, Texas D5c-’12 16/16
22 Jackson, William CB 6-0 187 10/27/92 2 Houston Houston, Texas D1-’16 0*
90 Johnson, Michael DE 6-7 272 2/7/87 9 Georgia Tech Selma, Ala. FA-’15 16/16
60 Johnson, T.J. C 6-4 300 7/17/90 4 South Carolina Aynor, S.C. D7b-’13 16/1
24 Jones, Adam CB 5-10 180 9/30/83 11 West Virginia Atlanta, Ga. FA-’10 16/16
27 Kirkpatrick, Dre CB 6-2 185 10/26/89 6 Alabama Gadsden, Ala. D1a-’12 15/14
81 Kroft, Tyler TE 6-6 250 10/15/92 3 Rutgers Downingtown, Pa. D3a-’15 14/11
11 LaFell, Brandon WR 6-3 210 11/4/86 8 Louisiana State Houston, Texas FA-’16 16/14
5 McCarron, AJ QB 6-3 220 9/13/90 3 Alabama Mobile, Ala. D5-’14 1/0
51 Minter, Kevin LB 6-0 246 12/3/90 5 Louisiana State Suwanee, Ga. UFA(Ariz)-’17 16/16*
70 Ogbuehi, Cedric OT 6-5 310 4/25/92 3 Texas A&M Allen, Texas D1-’15 14/12
30 Peerman, Cedric HB 5-10 212 10/10/86 8 Virginia Gladys, Va. W(Det)-’10 6/0
57 Rey, Vincent LB 6-0 250 9/6/87 7 Duke Far Rockaway, N.Y. FA-’10 16/12
20 Russell, KeiVarae CB 5-11 196 10/19/93 2 Notre Dame Everett, Wash. W(KC)-’16 5/0
26 Shaw, Josh CB 6-1 200 3/27/92 3 Southern California Palmdale, Calif. D4a-’15 16/12
92 Sims, Pat DT 6-2 330 11/29/85 10 Auburn Fort Lauderdale, Fla. UFA(Oak)-’15 16/0
71 Smith, Andre G/T 6-4 325 1/25/87 9 Alabama Birmingham, Ala. UFA(Minn)-’17 4/4*
94 t Smith, Chris DE 6-1 266 2-11-92 4 Arkansas Mount Ulla, N.C. T(Jax)-’17 6/0
31 Smith, Derron S 5-10 200 2/4/92 3 Fresno State Banning, Calif. D6-’15 12/0
98 Thompson, Brandon DT 6-2 310 10/19/89 6 Clemson Thomasville, Ga. D3b-’12 0*
87 Uzomah, C.J. TE 6-6 265 1/14/93 3 Auburn Suwanee, Ga. D5-’15 10/8
59 Vigil, Nick LB 6-2 239 8/20/93 2 Utah State Plain City, Utah D3-’16 16/0
63 Westerman, Christian G 6-3 300 2/23/93 2 Arizona State Chandler, Ariz. D5-’16 0*
69 Williams, DeShawn DT 6-1 295 12/29/92 2 Clemson Central, S.C. FA-’15 4/0
36 Williams, Shawn S 6-0 210 5/13/91 5 Georgia Damascus, Ga. D3-’13 15/15
73 Winston, Eric OT 6-7 310 11/17/83 11 Miami Midland, Texas FA-’14 16/2

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* Benwikere played 4 games games with Carolina in ’16; Billings missed ’16 season because of injury; C. Brown missed ’16 season with
Dallas because of injury; Hardison missed ’16 season because of injury; Jackson missed ’16 season because of injury; Minter played
16 games with Arizona; A. Smith played 4 games with Minnesota; Thompson missed ’16 season because of injury.

# Unrestricted Free Agent; subject to developments.

t - Bengals acquired C. Smith from Jacksonville (6 games in ’16).

Players lost through free agency (6): HB Rex Burkhead (NE; 16 games in ’16), LB Karlos Dansby (Ariz; 16), DE Margus Hunt (Ind; 15),
DT Domata Peko (Den; 16), OT Andrew Whitworth (LAR; 16), G Kevin Zeitler (Cle; 16).

Also played with Bengals in ’16—CB Chykie Brown (5 games), CB Chris Lewis-Harris (7), LB Rey Maualuga (14), K Mike Nugent (13),
LS Tyler Ott (3), LB Trevor Roach (4), WR James Wright (13).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Albright, Bryson (1) LB 6-5 225 3/15/94 Miami (OH) Cincinnati, Ohio FA
Bell, Brandon LB 6-1 229 1/9/95 Penn State Mays Landing, N.J. FA
Brown, Jonathan (1) K 5-10 197 12/7/92 Louisville Clinton, Miss. FA
Brown, Ryan (1) DE 6-6 276 6/10/94 Mississippi State New Orleans, La. FA-’16
Carson, Tra (1) HB 5-11 231 10/24/92 Texas A&M Texarkana, Texas FA-’16
Carter, Cethan TE/FB 6-3 241 9/5/95 Nebraska New Orleans, La. FA
Cox, Demetrious S 6-0 200 4/20/94 Michigan State Jeannette, Pa. FA
Dean, David (1) DT 6-1 302 2/16/93 Virginia Virginia Beach, Va. FA-’16
Dielman, J.J. C/G 6-5 309 12/16/93 Utah Phoenix, Ariz. D5b
Elliott, Jake K 5-9 167 1/21/95 Memphis Western Springs, Ill. D5a
Evans, Jordan LB 6-3 234 1/27/95 Oklahoma Norman, Okla. D6a
Glasgow, Ryan DT 6-3 302 9/30/93 Michigan Aurora, Ill. D4c
Hamilton, Karel WR 6-1 199 3/30/95 Samford Valrico, Fla. FA
Kumerow, Jake (1) WR 6-4 206 2/17/92 Wisconsin-Whitewater Bartlett, Ill. FA-’15
Laufasa, Darrin FB 6-1 235 5/6/95 Texas-El Paso Seattle, Wash. FA
Lawson, Carl LB 6-2 261 6/29/95 Auburn Alpharetta, Ga. D4a
Lechler, Landon T 6-7 317 8/11/93 North Dakota State Beach, N.D. FA
Madaris, Monty WR 6-0 196 9/8/93 Michigan State Cincinnati, Ohio FA
Malone, Josh WR 6-3 208 3/21/96 Tennessee Gallatin, Tenn. D4b
McRae, Tony (1) CB 5-10 185 5/3/93 North Carolina A&T Laurinburg, N.C. FA-’16
Mixon, Joe HB 6-1 228 7/24/96 Oklahoma Oakley, Calif. D2
Nickerson, Hardy LB 6-0 232 1/5/94 Illinois Oakland, Calif. FA
Perkins, Kent G/T 6-5 320 11/19/94 Texas Dallas, Texas FA
Redmond, Alex (1) G 6-5 310 1/18/95 UCLA Cerritos, Calif. FA-’16
Ross, John WR 5-11 188 11/27/95 Washington Long Beach, Calif. D1
Russell, Alonzo (1) WR 6-4 206 9/29/92 Toledo Washington, D.C. FA-’16
Schreck, Mason TE 6-5 252 11/4/93 Buffalo Medina, Ohio D7
Stanton, Dustin G/T 6-6 298 2/20/94 Oregon State Marysville, Wash. FA
Tupou, Josh DT 6-3 350 5/2/94 Colorado Long Beach, Calif. FA
Williams, Jarveon HB 5-9 202 1/3/95 Texas-San Antonio Converse, Texas FA
Williams, Stanley HB 5-8 190 9/30/95 Kentucky Monroe, Ga. FA
Willis, Jordan DE 6-4 255 5/2/95 Kansas State Kansas City, Mo. D3
Wilson, Brandon S 5-10 199 7/27/94 Houston Shreveport, La. D6b

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

Log on to www.bengals.com for an up-to-date roster.

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COACHING STAFF Jacob Burney, defensive line; born January Jonathan Hayes, tight ends; born Aug. 11,
Head Coach, 24, 1959, Chattanooga, Tenn. Defensive 1962, South Fayette, Pa. Linebacker/tight
Marvin Lewis tackle Tennessee-Chattanogga 1977-1980. end Iowa 1981-84. Pro tight end Kansas
Pro Career: Marvin Lewis in 2017 extends No pro playing experience. College coach: City Chiefs 1985-1993, Pittsburgh Steelers
his Bengals-record head coaching tenure New Mexico 1983-86, Tulsa 1987, 1994-96. College coach: Oklahoma 1999-
to 15 seasons. He has led the team to the Mississippi State 1988, Wisconsin 1989, 2002. Pro coach: Joined Bengals in 2003.
postseason in six of the last eight years. UCLA 1990-92, Tennessee 1993. Pro coach: Bill Lazor, quarterbacks; born June 14,
The Bengals were one of only four NFL Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens 1994- 1972, Scranton, Pa. Quarterback Cornell
teams to have made the playoffs each year 98, Carolina Panthers 1999-2001, Denver 1990-93. No pro playing experience.
from 2011-15. In total, Lewis has coached Broncos 2002-08, Washington Redskins College coach: Cornell 1994-2000, Buffalo
seven Bengals playoff teams, a franchise 2010-14, joined Bengals in 2016. 2001-02, Virginia 2010-12. Pro coach:
record. Lewis opens 2017 with 118 career Kyle Caskey, running backs; born Dec. 7, Atlanta Falcons 2003, Washingtoin
victories, 54 more than any other Bengals 1978, Daingerfield, Texas. Tight end Texas Redskins 2004-07, Seattle Seahawks
coach (Sam Wyche 64). In 2015 the A&M 1997-98. No pro playing experience. 2008-09, Philadelphia Eagles 2013, Miami
Bengals won the AFC North title for the College coach: Louisiana-Monroe 2004- Dolphins 2014-15, joined Bengals in 2016.
second time in three years, equaling the 05, Indiana State 2006-08, Mississippi Marcus Lewis, defensive quality con-
franchise record with 12 victories. In 2013, 2009. Pro coach: Joined Bengals in 2010. trol/defensive line; born March 28, 1990,
Cincinnati won the AFC North Division Brayden Coombs, asst. special Albuquerque, N.M. Linebacker Indiana
championship by three games over teams/defensive quality control; born Oct. State 2008-2011. No pro playing experi-
Baltimore and Pittsburgh. Lewis’ 2012 24, 1986, Cincinnati, Ohio. Wide receiver- ence. Pro coach: Joined Bengals in 2014.
Bengals achieved a rare NFL feat, becom- defensive back Miami (Ohio) 2005-09. No David Lippincott, asst. linebackers/quality
ing only the ninth of 131 teams from 1990- pro playing experience. Pro coach: Joined control; born July 6, 1977, Cincinnati, Ohio.
2012 to rise from a 3-5 start to the play- Bengals in 2012. Attended Dayton. No college or pro playing
offs. Lewis was the consensus choice as Robert Couch: offensive quality con- experience. College coach: Bluffton 2000-
NFL Coach of the Year in 2009, when the trol/offensive line; born Sept. 4, 1983, 02, Minnesota 2003-04, Richmond 2005-
Bengals won the AFC North title while Plainview, Texas. Offensive lineman 07. Pro coach: Joined Bengals in 2011.
sweeping all six division games. The Vanderbilt 1992-95. Pro offensive lineman, Robert Livingston, secondary; born Nov.
Bengals were AFC North champions under Barcelona Dragons (NFLE) 1997, London 29, 1985, Hendersonville, N.C. Safety,
Lewis also in 2005. Lewis was named the Monarchs (NFLE) 1998. Pro coach: Joined William & Mary 2007-09. No pro playing
ninth head coach in Bengals history on Bengals in 2016. experience. College coach: Furman 2010,
January 14, 2003. In 2002, Lewis was Kevin Coyle, secondary; born January 14, Vanderbilt 2011. Pro coach: Joined
Washington Redskins defensive coordina- 1958, Staten Island,N.Y. Defensive back Bengals (in player personnel) in 2012.
tor and assistant head coach. He spent six Massachusetts 1975-77. No pro playing Chip Morton, strength and conditioning;
seasons (1996-2001) as defensive coordi- experience. College coach: Cincinnati 1978- born November 27, 1962, Hamden, Conn.
nator with the Baltimore Ravens, a tenure 79, Arkansas 1980, U.S. Merchant Marine Attended North Carolina. No college or pro
that included a Super Bowl victory in the Academy 1981, Holy Cross 1982-1990, playing experience. College coach: Ohio
2000 season. In 2000, Lewis’ Baltimore Syracuse 1991-93, Maryland 1994-96, State 1985-86, Penn State 1987-1991. Pro
defense set the NFL record for fewest Fresno State 1997-2000. Pro coach: coach: San Diego Chargers 1992-94,
points allowed in a 16-game campaign Cincinnati Bengals 2001-2010, Miami Carolina Panthers 1995-98, Baltimore
(165), and the unit has been widely con- Dolphins 2012-15, re-joined Bengals in 2016. Ravens 1999-2001, Washington Redskins
sidered as one of the best NFL defenses of Jeff Friday, asst. strength and conditioning; 2002, joined Bengals in 2003.
all time. Lewis spent four seasons (1992- born Oct. 11, 1966, Milwaukee, Wisc. Dan Pitcher: offensive assistant/wide
95) as Pittsburgh Steelers linebackers Attended Wisconsin-Milwaukee. No college receivers; born Jan. 13, 1987, Cortland,
coach. Career record: 118-110-3. or pro playing experience. College coach: N.Y. Quarterback Cortland State 2008-
Background: Earned All-Big Sky Illinois State 1990-91, Northwestern 1992- 2011. No pro playing experience. College
Conference honors as a linebacker at Idaho 95. Pro coach: Minnesota Vikings 1996- coach: Cortland State 2012. Pro coach:
State (1978-1980), and saw action at 98, Baltimore Ravens 1999-2007, joined Joined Bengals in 2016.
quarterback and free safety. Received his Bengals in 2010. Darrin Simmons, special teams coordina-
bachelor’s degree in physical education Paul Guenther, defensive coordinator; tor; born April 9, 1973, Elkhart, Kan.
and Master’s degree in athletic administra- born Nov. 22, 1971, Richboro, Pa. Punter Kansas 1993-95. No pro playing
tion. Inducted into Idaho State’s Hall of Linebacker Ursinus College 1990-93. No experience. College coach: Kansas 1996,
Fame in 2001. Began his coaching career pro playing experience. College coach: Minnesota 1997. Pro coach: Baltimore
at Idaho State (1981-84), winning an Western Maryland 1994-95, Ursinus Ravens 1998, Carolina Panthers 1999-
NCAA Division I-AA championship in 1981. College 1996, 1997-2001 (head coach 2002, joined Bengals in 2003.
Was also the linebackers coach at Long 1997-2001), Jacksonville 1997. Pro James Urban, wide receivers; born Dec. 1,
Beach State (1985-86), New Mexico coach: Washington Redskins 2002-03, 1973, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Wide receiver
(1987-89), and Pittsburgh (1990-91). joined Bengals in 2005. Washington and Lee 1993-96. No pro
Personal: Born September 23, 1958, Jim Haslett, linebackers, born December playing experience. College coach: Clarion
McDonald, Pa. Lewis and his wife, Peggy, 9, 1955, Pittsburgh, Pa. Defensive end 1997-98, Pennsylvania 1999-2003: Pro
have two children—Whitney and Marcus. Indiana (Pa.) 1975-78. Pro linebacker coach: Philadelphia Eagles 2004-2010,
Buffalo Bills 1979-1986, N.Y. Jets 1987. joined Bengals in 2011.
ASSISTANT COACHES College coach: Buffalo 1988-1990. Pro Ken Zampese, offensive coordinator; born
Paul Alexander, asst. head coach/ coach: Sacramento Surge (NFLE) 1991- July 19, 1967, Santa Maria, Calif. Wide
offensive line; born February 12, 1960, 92, Los Angeles Raiders 1993-94, New receiver San Diego 1985-88. No pro play-
Rochester, N.Y. Tackle Cortland State Orleans Saints, 1995-96, 2000-05 (head ing experience. College coach: San Diego
1979-1981. No pro playing experience. coach 2000-05), Pittsburgh Steelers 1989, Southern California 1990-91,
College coach: Penn State 1982-84, 1997-99, St. Lous Rams 2006-08 (head Northern Arizona 1992-95, Miami (Ohio)
Michigan 1985-86, Central Michigan coach), Florida Tuskers 2009 (UFL, head 1996-97. Pro coach: Philadelphia Eagles
1987-1991. Pro coach: New York Jets coach), Washington Redskins 2010-14. 1998, Green Bay Packers 1999, St. Louis
1992-93, joined Bengals in 1994. joined Bengals in 2016.. Rams 2000-02, joined Bengals in 2003.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner: Jimmy Haslam (473-486-10)
Owner: Dee Haslam Records include postseason games
Executive Vice President, Football 1950-1962 Paul Brown ................115-49-5
Operations: Sashi Brown 1963-1970 Blanton Collier ..............79-38-2
Chief Strategy Officer: Paul DePodesta
Executive Vice President, Chief Financial 1971-74 Nick Skorich ................30-26-2
Officer: David A. Jenkins 1975-77 Forrest Gregg* ............18-23-0
Chief Human Resource Officer: 1977 Dick Modzelewski ............0-1-0
Mike Nikolaus 1978-1984 Sam Rutigliano** ........47-52-0
Executive Vice President, Chief Revenue 1984-88 Marty Schottenheimer ..46-31-0
Officer: Brent Stehlik 1989-1990 Bud Carson*** ............12-14-1
Special Advisor: Jim Brown 1990 Jim Shofner......................1-6-0
Senior Vice President, Marketing and 1991-95 Bill Belichick ................37-45-0
Media: Dave Freeman
Vice President, Player Personnel: 1999-2000 Chris Palmer ..................5-27-0
Andrew Berry 2001-04 Butch Davis****..........24-36-0
American Football Conference Vice President, Stadium Operations: 2004 Terry Robiskie ..................1-4-0
North Division Troy Brown 2005-08 Romeo Crennel ............24-40-0
Team Colors: Brown, Orange, and White Vice President, Football Operations: 2009-2010 Eric Mangini ................10-22-0
76 Lou Groza Blvd. Phil Dangerfield 2011-12 Pat Shurmur ..................9-23-0
Berea, Ohio 44017 Vice President, Corporate Partnerships: 2013 Rob Chudzinski ..............4-12-0
Telephone: (440) 891-5000 Randy Domain 2014-15 Mike Pettine..................10-22-0
Vice President, Cleveland Browns
2016 Hue Jackson ..................1-15-0
2017 SCHEDULE Foundation: Renee Harvey *Resigned after 13 games in 1977
Vice President, Communications:
PRESEASON Peter John-Baptiste
**Released after eight games in 1984
Aug. 10 New Orleans......................8:00 ***Released after nine games in 1990
Vice President, Player Personnel: ****Resigned after 11 games in 2004
Aug. 21 N.Y. Giants.........................8:00 Ken Kovash
Aug. 26 at Tampa Bay .....................7:30 Senior Director, Premium and Suite Sales
Aug. 31 at Chicago..........................8:00 & Service: Nick Frasco PAID ATTENDANCE
Senior Director, Finance: Gregory Rush Home 483,753 Away 510,704
REGULAR SEASON Senior Director, Season & Group Ticket Total 994,457
Sep. 10 Pittsburgh .........................1:00 Sales: Bob Sivik Single-game home record,
Senior Director, Digital Media: 85,073 (9/21/70)
Sep. 17 at Baltimore .......................1:00
Jeremy Zimmer Single-season home record, 620,496
Sep. 24 at Indianapolis ...................1:00 Director of Scouting: Mike Cetta
Oct. 1 Cincinnati .........................1:00 (1980)
Director, Football Administration:
Oct. 8 N.Y. Jets ............................1:00 Chris Cooper
Oct. 15 at Houston ........................1:00 Director, Information Technology: 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Oct. 22 Tennessee ........................1:00 Brandon Covert Round Name Pos. College
Oct. 29 Minnesota (London) ....9:30 AM Director, Strategic Development and Risk 1 Myles Garrett DE Texas A&M
Nov. 5 BYE Management: John Frain Jabrill Peppers DB Michigan
Nov. 12 at Detroit ...........................1:00 Director, Football Operations: Simon Gelan David Njoku TE Miami
Director of Ticket Operations: 2 DeShone Kizer QB Notre Dame
Nov. 19 Jacksonville .....................1:00 Kacy Harmon
Nov. 26 at Cincinnati ......................1:00 3 Larry Ogunjobi DT North Carolina-Charlotte
Director, Stadium Facilities: Don Husted 4 Howard Wilson DB Houston
Dec. 3 at L.A. Chargers .................4:05 Director, Partnership Service and
Dec. 10 Green Bay ........................1:00 Activation: Bridget Kakos 5 Roderick Johnson T Florida St.
Dec. 17 Baltimore ..........................1:00 Director, Content & Production: 6 Caleb Brantley DT Florida
Dec. 24 at Chicago .........................1:00 Sara Kornokovich 7 Zane Gonzalez K Arizona St.
Dec. 31 at Pittsburgh ......................1:00 Director, Membership Services: Matthew Dayes RB North Carolina St.
* All times ET Taylor Laurer
Stadium: FirstEnergy Stadium (opened in Director, Football Research and Strategy:
Kevin Meers
1999) Director, Scoreboard Operations:
•Capacity: 67,431 Kyle Millen
100 Alfred Lerner Way Director, Creative Services:
Cleveland, Ohio 44114 Chris Modarelli
Playing Surface: Grass Director, Stadium Operations: Brad Mohr
Headquarters/Training Camp: Director of Player Personnel:
76 Lou Groza Boulevard Chisom Opara
Berea, Ohio 44017 Director, Fan Experience and Special
Events: Carlos Oseguera
FIRSTENERGY STADIUM
Video Director: Rob Pavlas
Art Director: Mark Podolak
Director of Pro Scouting: Dan Saganey
Director, Community Relations:
Jenner Tekancic
Director, Legal Affairs: Ted Tywang
Director of College Scouting: Bobby Vega
Director, Group & Inside Sales:
Josh Young
Head Athletic Trainer: Joe Sheehan
Head Equipment Manager: Brad Melland
Head Groundskeeper: Chris Powell
Manager, Player Engagement:
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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (0-4) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Kessler 195 128 1380 65.6 6 2 21/140 92.3
08/12 L 11-17 at Green Bay McCown 165 90 1100 54.5 6 6 18/126 72.3
08/18 L 13-24 Atlanta Griffin III 147 87 886 59.2 2 3 22/138 72.5
08/26 L 13-30 at Tampa Bay Hogan 26 14 104 53.8 0 2 2/10 31.6
09/01 L 7-21 Chicago Whitehurst 24 14 182 58.3 1 1 2/14 78.8
Pryor 9 5 41 55.6 0 0 1/1 67.4
REGULAR SEASON (1-15) D. Johnson 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
Date Result Opponent Browns 567 338 3693 59.6 15 14 66/429 77.4
09/11 L 10-29 at Philadelphia Opponents 543 347 4173 63.9 36 10 26/177 101.8
09/18 L 20-25 Baltimore
09/25 L 24-30 at Miami (OT) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
10/02 L 20-31 at Washington SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Boddy-Calhoun 3 94 31.3 67 1
10/09 L 13-33 New England Parkey 0 0 0 20/21 20/25 0 80 Taylor 3 43 14.3 29 0
10/16 L 26-28 at Tennessee Crowell 7 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 42 Haden 3 9 3.0 9 0
10/23 L 17-31 at Cincinnati Pryor 1 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 32 Williams 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/30 L 28-31 New York Jets C. Coleman 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Browns 10 146 14.6 67 1
11/06 L 10-35 Dallas Hawkins 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Opponents 14 76 5.4 25 0
11/10 L 7-28 at Baltimore Barnidge 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 14
11/20 L 9-24 Pittsburgh DeValve 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/27 L 13-27 New York Giants Griffin III 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Lee 70 3270 46.7 25 67
12/11 L 10-23 Cincinnati Atkinson 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Browns 70 3270 46.7 25 67
12/18 L 13-33 at Buffalo Boddy-Calhoun0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 63 2741 43.5 17 64
12/24 W 20-17 San Diego Hamlett 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
01/01 L 24-27 at Pittsburgh (OT) Hogan 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNT
(OT) Overtime D. Johnson 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
Murray 0 0 0 3/4 1/2 0 6 Benjamin 28 10 324 11.6 78t 1
SCORE BY PERIODS T. Williams 1 0 1 1.0 1 0
Browns 13 15 1 23/25 21/27 0 264
Browns 63 101 36 61 3 — 264 Browns 29 10 325 11.2 78t 1
Opponents 18 36 2 49/52 19/27 2 452
Opponents 103 123 107 107 12 — 452 Opponents 37 15 381 10.3 82t 1
2-Pt Conv: Barnidge, Pryor.
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Browns 2-4, Opponents 2-2. KICKOFF
Browns Opp. RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Total First Downs 296 364 Louis 9 164 18.2 24 0
Crowell 198 952 4.8 85t 7
Rushing 83 121 Alford 8 190 23.8 36 0
D. Johnson 73 358 4.9 22 1
Passing 181 220 Atkinson 8 137 17.1 21 0
Griffin III 31 190 6.1 20 2
Penalty 32 23 Howard 7 111 15.9 21 0
Hogan 8 105 13.1 28t 1
3rd Down: Made/Att 77/212 93/206 D. Johnson 1 19 19.0 19 0
Atkinson 7 34 4.9 11 1
3rd Down Pct. 36.3 45.1 DeValve 1 13 13.0 13 0
McCown 7 21 3.0 7 0
4th Down: Made/Att 13/18 9/12 Browns 34 634 18.6 36 0
Pryor 8 21 2.6 15 1
4th Down Pct. 72.2 75.0 Opponents 24 510 21.3 48 0
Kessler 11 18 1.6 8 0
Possession Avg. 27:44 32:16
C. Coleman 2 10 5.0 9 0 FIELD
Total Net Yards 4976 6279
M. Johnson 1 2 2.0 2 0 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Avg. Per Game 311.0 392.4
Whitehurst 2 1 0.5 2 0 Parkey 0/0 6/6 6/6 7/12 1/1
Total Plays 983 1067
Hawkins 2 0 0.0 1 0 Murray 0/0 0/0 1/1 0/0 0/1
Avg. Per Play 5.1 5.9
Browns 350 1712 4.9 85t 13 Browns 0/0 6/6 7/7 7/12 1/2
Net Yards Rushing 1712 2283
Opponents 498 2283 4.6 74t 18 Opponents 0/0 5/5 7/9 6/10 1/3
Avg. Per Game 107.0 142.7
Total Rushes 350 498 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD SACKS No.
Net Yards Passing 3264 3996 Pryor 77 1007 13.1 54 4 Ogbah 5.5
Avg. Per Game 204.0 249.8 Barnidge 55 612 11.1 43 2 Collins 2.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 66/429 26/177 D. Johnson 53 514 9.7 32 0 C. Johnson 3.0
Gross Yards 3693 4173 Crowell 40 319 8.0 44 0 Kirksey 2.5
Att./Completions 567/338 543/347 C. Coleman 33 413 12.5 58 3 Nassib 2.5
Completion Pct. 59.6 63.9 Hawkins 33 324 9.8 33 3 Davis 2.0
Had Intercepted 14 10 Louis 18 205 11.4 42 0 Lemonier 2.0
Punts/Average 83/45.3 74/46.9 DeValve 10 127 12.7 25t 2 Shelton 1.5
Net Punting Avg. 83/40.3 74/42.1 Higgins 6 77 12.8 19 0 Boddy-Calhoun 1.0
Penalties/Yards 95/736 104/930 M. Johnson 5 44 8.8 21 0 Holmes 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 26/11 12/3 Vitale 4 27 6.8 17 0 Meder 1.0
Touchdowns 29 56 Telfer 2 4 2.0 7 0 Reynolds 1.0
Rushing 13 18 Hamlett 1 17 17.0 17t 1 Paea 0.5
Passing 15 36 Payton 1 3 3.0 3 0 Schobert 0.5
Returns 1 2 Browns 338 3693 10.9 58 15 Browns 26.0
Opponents 347 4173 12.0 63 36 Opponents 66.0

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jim Brown, 1957-1965 ....................................................................12,312
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Brian Sipe, 1974-1983 .....................................................................23,713
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Brian Sipe, 1974-1983 ..........................................................................154
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Ozzie Newsome, 1978-1990 .................................................................662
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Ozzie Newsome, 1978-1990 ..............................................................7,980
Interceptions ...................................................................Thom Darden, 1972-74, 1976-1981 .......................................................45
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Dave Zastudil, 2006-2010 ....................................................................44.1
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Greg Pruitt, 1973-1981 ........................................................................11.8
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Greg Pruitt, 1973-1981 ........................................................................26.3
Field Goals ......................................................................Phil Dawson, 1999-2012 ......................................................................305
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Jim Brown, 1957-1965 .........................................................................126
Points..............................................................................Lou Groza, 1950-59, 1961-67 ...........................................................1,349
*Sacks............................................................................Clay Matthews, 1978-1993 ..................................................................62.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jim Brown, 1963 ...............................................................................1,863
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Brian Sipe, 1980 ................................................................................4,132
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Brian Sipe, 1980 .....................................................................................30
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Ozzie Newsome, 1983 ............................................................................89
Ozzie Newsome, 1984 ............................................................................89
Kellen Winslow, 2006..............................................................................89
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Josh Gordon, 2013 ............................................................................1,646
Interceptions ...................................................................Thom Darden, 1978 ................................................................................10
Anthony Henry, 2001 ..............................................................................10
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Gary Collins, 1965 ...............................................................................46.7
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Leroy Kelly, 1965 .................................................................................15.6
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Billy Lefear, 1975 .................................................................................31.7
Field Goals ......................................................................Phil Dawson, 2008..................................................................................30
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Jim Brown, 1965 ....................................................................................21
Points..............................................................................Jim Brown, 1965 ..................................................................................126
*Sacks............................................................................Reggie Camp, 1984 .............................................................................14.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jerome Harrison, 12-20-09...................................................................286
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Josh McCown, 10-11-15 ......................................................................457
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Frank Ryan, 12-12-64 ...............................................................................5
Bill Nelsen, 11-2-69 ..................................................................................5
Brian Sipe, 10-7-79...................................................................................5
Kelly Holcomb, 11-28-04 ..........................................................................5
Derek Anderson, 9-16-07..........................................................................5
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Ozzie Newsome, 10-14-84......................................................................14
Josh Gordon, 11-24-13...........................................................................14
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Josh Gordon, 12-1-13 .........................................................................261
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Anthony Henry, 11-18-01
Field Goals ......................................................................Phil Dawson, 11-5-06 ...............................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Dub Jones, 11-25-51............................................................................**6
Points..............................................................................Dub Jones, 11-25-51..............................................................................36
*Sacks............................................................................Andra Davis, 11-9-03.............................................................................4.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
54 Alexander, Dominique LB 6-0 235 4/20/95 2 Oklahoma Tulsa, Okla. FA-’16 14/0
15 Alford, Mario WR 5-8 177 2/25/92 2 West Virginia Greenville, Ga. FA-’16 3/0
25 Atkinson III, George RB 6-1 220 11/29/92 2 Notre Dame Stockton, Calif. W(Oak)-’16 16/0
67 Barker, Chris OL 6-2 305 8/3/90 2 Nevada Covina, Calif. W(NE)-’17 0*
75 Bitonio, Joel OL 6-4 305 10/11/91 4 Nevada Long Beach, Calif. D2-’14 5/5
20 Boddy-Calhoun, Briean DB 5-9 193 1/21/93 2 Minnesota Wilmington, Del. W(Jax)-’16 14/6
83 Boyce, Josh WR 5-11 205 5/6/91 2 Texas Christian Copperas Cove, Texas FA-’17 0*
18 Britt, Kenny WR 6-3 223 9/18/88 9 Rutgers Bayonne, N.J. UFA(LAR)-’17 15/15*
92 Bryant, Desmond DL 6-6 310 12/15/85 9 Harvard Elizabethtown, N.C. UFA(Oak)-’13 0*
26 Burley, Marcus DB 5-10 190 6/16/90 4 Delaware Highland Springs Va. W(Sea)-’16 12/0
24 Campbell, Ibraheim DB 5-11 208 5/13/92 3 Northwestern Philadelphia, Pa. D4a-’15 14/8
59 Carder, Tank LB 6-2 235 1/18/89 6 Texas Christian Sweeny, Texas W. (Buf.)-’12 16/0
19 Coleman, Corey WR 5-11 185 7/6/94 2 Baylor Dallas, Texas D1-’16 10/10
72 Coleman, Shon OL 6-7 310 11/25/91 2 Auburn Memphis. Tenn. D3b-’16 7/0
51 t-Collins Sr., Jamie LB 6-3 250 10/20/89 5 Southern Mississippi McCall Creek, Miss. T(NE)-’16 15/14*
4 Colquitt, Britton P 6-2 205 3/20/85 8 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. FA-’16 16/0
96 Cooper, Xavier DL 6-4 300 11/30/91 3 Washington State Tacoma, Wash. D3b-’15 13/2
34 Crowell, Isaiah RB 5-11 225 1/8/93 4 Alabama State Columbus, Ga. FA-’14 16/16
56 Davis, Demario LB 6-2 248 1/11/89 6 Arkansas State Brandon, Miss. UFA(NYJ)-’16 16/15
87 DeValve, Seth TE 6-3 245 1/29/93 2 Princeton Manchester, Conn. D4d-’16 12/2
66 Drango, Spencer OL 6-6 315 10/15/92 2 Baylor Indianapolis, Ind. D5b-’16 16/9
74 Erving, Cameron OL 6-5 313 8/23/92 3 Florida State Moultrie, Ga. D1b-’15 13/13
77 Greco, John OL 6-4 318 3/24/85 10 Toledo Youngstown, Ohio T(StL)-’11 12/12
23 Haden, Joe DB 5-11 195 4/14/89 8 Florida Fort Washington, Md. D1-’10 13/13
16 Hall, Rannell WR 6-0 200 1/30/93 2 Central Florida Miami Gardens, Fla. FA-’15 0*
81 Higgins, Rashard WR 6-1 198 10/7/94 2 Colorado State Dallas, Texas D5c-’16 16/0
8 Hogan, Kevin QB 6-3 218 10/20/92 2 Stanford McLean, Va. FA-’16 4/0
91 Holmes, Tyrone DL 6-2 253 9/10/93 2 Montana Eagle Point, Ore. W(Jax)-’16 11/0
47 Hughlett, Charley LS 6-4 248 5/16/90 3 Central Florida Tampa, Fla. FA-’14 16/0
60 Ikard, Gabe OL 6-4 300 9/26/90 4 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. W(Buff)-’16 2/0*
35 Jackson, Darius RB 6-0 220 12/1/93 2 Eastern Michigan Sparta, Ill. W(Dall)-’16 0*
57 Johnson, Cam LB 6-4 268 5/24/90 4 Virginia Washington, D.C. FA-’16 12/9
29 Johnson Jr., Duke RB 5-9 210 9/23/93 3 Miami Miami, Fla. D3a-’15 16/1
6 Kessler, Cody QB 6-1 215 5/11/93 2 Southern California Bakersfield, Calif. D3c-’16 9/8
30 Kindred, Derrick DB 5-10 210 12/15/93 2 Texas Christian San Antonio, Texas D4c-’16 12/5
58 Kirksey, Christian LB 6-2 235 8/31/92 4 Iowa St. Louis, Mo. D3a-’14 16/16
70 Lawrence-Stample, Nile DL 6-1 320 7/14/92 2 Florida State Fort Lauderdale, Fla. FA-’16 0*
80 Louis, Ricardo WR 6-2 215 3/23/94 2 Auburn Miami, Fla. D4b-’16 16/3
63 Martin, Marcus OL 6-3 310 11/29/93 4 Southern California Los Angeles, Calif. W(SF)-’17 5/2*
71 McCants, Matt OL 6-5 309 8/18/89 5 Alabama-Birmingham Mobile, Ala. UFA(Chi)-’17 4/0*
35 McCourty, Jason DB 5-11 195 8/13/87 9 Rutgers Nanuet, N.Y. FA-’17 14/14*
98 Meder, Jamie DL 6-3 308 4/12/91 3 Ashland Parma Heights, Ohio FA-’14 16/15
94 Nassib, Carl DL 6-7 275 4/12/93 2 Penn State West Chester, Pa. D3a-’16 14/3
90 Ogbah, Emmanuel DL 6-4 275 11/6/93 2 Oklahoma State Lagos, Nigeria D2-’16 16/16
44 Orchard, Nate LB 6-4 255 1/5/93 3 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah D2-’15 3/1
17 t-Osweiler, Brock QB 6-7 240 11/22/90 6 Arizona State Coeur d'Alene, Idaho T(Hou)-’17 15/14*
3 Parkey, Cody K 6-0 190 2/19/92 4 Auburn Jupiter, Fla. FA-’16 14/0
84 Payton, Jordan WR 6-1 209 9/1/93 2 UCLA Torrance, Calif. D5a-’16 4/0
22 Powell, Tyvis DB 6-2 211 2/16/94 2 Ohio State Bedford, Ohio W(Sea)-’17 8/0*
62 Reiter, Austin OL 6-2 300 11/27/91 2 South Florida Bradenton, Fla. FA-’16 1/1
39 Reynolds II, Ed DB 6-1 207 10/18/91 3 Stanford Stonesville, N.C. FA-’16 10/7
53 Schobert, Joe LB 6-1 245 11/6/93 2 Wisconsin Waukesha, Wis. D4a-’16 16/4
55 Shelton, Danny DL 6-2 335 8/20/93 3 Washington Auburn, Wash. D1a-’15 16/16
21 Taylor, Jamar DB 5-11 192 9/29/90 5 Boise State San Diego, Calif. T(Mia)-’16 15/14
86 Telfer, Randall TE 6-4 250 5/16/92 2 Southern California Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. D6c-’15 14/5
73 Thomas, Joe OL 6-6 312 12/4/84 11 Wisconsin Brookfield, Wis. D1a-’07 16/16
64 Tretter, JC OL 6-3 307 2/12/91 5 Cornell Akron, N.Y. UFA(GB)-’17 7/7*
40 Vitale, Danny FB 6-1 239 10/26/93 2 Northwestern Wheaton, Ill. FA-’16 9/3
13 Wright, James WR 6-0 203 12/31/91 4 Louisiana State Belle Chasse, La. W(Cin)-’17 13/2*
70 Zeitler, Kevin OL 6-4 315 3/8/90 6 Wisconsin Waukesha, Wis. UFA(Cin)-’17 16/16*

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* Barker last active with New England in ’15; Boyce last active with New England in ’14: Britt played 15 games with L.A. Rams in ’16;
Bryant missed ’16 season because of injury; Collins Sr. played 7 games with New England and 8 games with Cleveland; Hall missed ’16
season because of injury; Ikard played 2 games with Buffalo; Jackson inactive 13 games with Dallas; Lawrence-Stample missed ’16
season because of injury; Martin played 5 games with San Francisco; McCants played 2 games with Oakland and 2 games with
Chicago; McCourty played 14 games with Tennessee; Osweiler played 15 games with Houston; Powell played 8 games with Seattle;
Tretter played 7 games with Green Bay; J. Wright played 13 games for Cincinnati; Zeitler played 16 games with Cincinnati.

t- Browns traded for Collins Sr. (NE) and Osweiler (Hou).

Players lost through free agency (2): DB Jordan Poyer (Buff; 6 games in ’16), WR Terrelle Pryor (Wash; 16).

Also played with Browns in ’16—OL Alvin Bailey (14 games), TE Gary Barndige (16), OL Jonathan Cooper (5), QB Robert Griffin III (5),
TE Connor Hamlett (3), WR Andrew Hawkins (16), DB Tracy Howard (15), DL John Hughes (1), FB Malcolm Johnson (7),
DB Don Jones (4), LB Corey Lemonier (8), QB Josh McCown (5), K Patrick Murray (2), LB Nate Orchard (3), DL Stephen Paea (13),
OL Austin Pasztor (16), QB Charlie Whitehurst (1), DB Tramon Williams Sr. (12), DL Gabe Wright (5).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Bello, B.J. LB 6-2 229 10/31/94 Illinois State New Lenox, Ill. FA
Brantley, Caleb DL 6-2 307 9/2/94 Florida Crescent City, Fla. D6
Burgess, James LB 6-0 230 3/9/94 Louisville Homestead, Fla. FA
Caldwell, Trey (1) DB 5-9 185 12/4/93 Louisiana-Monroe Dallas, Texas D5d-’16
Coley, Trevon DL 6-1 310 7/13/94 Florida Atlantic Miramar, Fla. FA
Currie, Justin DB 6-2 212 9/19/93 Western Michigan Royal Oak, Mich. FA
Dayes, Matthew RB 5-8 205 9/3/94 North Carolina State Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. D7b
Fabiano, Anthony (1) OL 6-1 303 4/13/93 Harvard Wakefield, Mass. FA-’16
Fleming, Ladell LB 6-0 230 2/1/94 Northern Illinois Chicago, Ill. FA
Garrett, Myles DL 6-4 272 12/29/95 Texas A&M Arlington, Texas D1a
Gonzalez, Zane K 6-0 202 5/7/95 Arizona State Deer Park, Texas D7a
Harmon, J.D. DB 6-0 196 1/18/94 Kentucky Paducah, Ky. FA
Hill, Alvin DB 6-0 201 1/28/94 Maryland Locust Grove, Ga. FA
Hillary, Darius DB 5-10 183 4/5/93 Wisconsin Cincinnati, Ohio FA
Holtz, J.P. TE 6-3 240 8/28/93 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. FA
Johnson, Rod OL 6-6 300 11/28/95 Florida State Florissant, Mo. D5
Kizer, DeShone QB 6-4 233 1/3/96 Notre Dame Toledo, Ohio D2
Leslie, Jordan WR 6-1 205 10/31/91 Brigham Young Houston, Texas FA
Marcus, Jamal DL 6-1 240 8/17/94 Akron Durham, N.C. FA
McNamara, Taylor TE 6-5 251 8/12/94 Southern California San Diego, Calif. FA
Murray, Najee DB 5-8 182 4/21/94 Kent State Steubenville, Ohio FA
Nacua, Kai DB 6-0 205 3/3/95 Brigham Young Las Vegas, Nev. FA
Njoku, David TE 6-4 246 7/10/96 Miami Cedar Grove, N.J. D1c
Ogunjobi, Larry DL 6-2 305 6/3/94 Charlotte Greensboro, N.C. D3
Olugbode, Kenneth LB 6-0 220 9/19/95 Colorado San Jose, Calif. FA
Peppers, Jabrill DB 5-11 213 10/4/95 Michigan East Orange, N.J. D1b
Schult, Karter DL 6-3 258 12/21/93 Northern Iowa Tripoli, Iowa FA
Sterup, Zach OL 6-9 318 5/14/92 Nebraska Hastings, Neb. FA
Stribling, Channing DB 6-1 188 11/21/94 Michigan Matthews, Mich. FA
Wilson, Howard DB 6-0 184 10/30/95 Houston DeSoto, Texas D4

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

Log on to www.clevelandbrowns.com for an up-to-date roster.

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COACHING STAFF 2012, 2015-16, New York Jets 2013-14, joined Western Michigan 2006-07. Pro coach: Chicago Bears
Head Coach, Browns in 2017. 2008-2010, joined Browns in 2011.
Hue Jackson Evan Marcus, strength and conditioning coordinator; Art Tolhurst, strength and conditioning assistant; born
Pro Career: Hue Jackson was named the 16th full- born January 2, 1968, Union, N.J. Offensive line Ithaca January 8, 1976, Vancouver, B.C. Halfback British
time head coach in Cleveland Browns history by 1986-89. No pro playing experience. College coach: Columbia 1995-99. Pro halfback Hamburg Pioneers
Owners Dee and Jimmy Haslam on Jan. 13, 2016. Arizona State 1991-92, Rutgers 1993, Maryland 1994, (Germany) 2000, British Columbia Lions (CFL) 2003.
Has 30 years of coaching experience, including the last Texas 1995-97, Louisville 1998-99, Virginia 2003-06, College coach: Oregon 2009-2010, 2012-15,
16 in the NFL. Spent 10 seasons coaching in the AFC 2011-13. Pro coach: Atlanta Falcons 2007, Miami California 2011. Pro coach: Vienna Vikings (Austria)
North, with seven postseason appearances. Jackson Dolphins 2008-2010, Minnesota Vikings 2014-15, 2006-08, joined Browns in 2016.
spent two seasons (2014-15) as Cincinnati’s offensive joined Browns in 2016. DeWayne Walker, defensive backs; born December 3,
coordinator. During that time, he helped the Bengals to Shawn Mennenga, special teams assistant; born 1960, Los Angeles, Calif. Defensive back Pasadena
two division titles and a trip to the postseason all four January 8, 1971, Melbourne, Iowa. Defensive back City (Calif.) C.C. 1978-79, Minnesota 1980-81. Pro
years. Jackson was head coach of the Oakland Raiders Missouri 1992. No pro playing experience. College defensive back Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) 1982,
in 2011 and posted an 8-8 record. He has also served coach: Southwest Baptist 1994-96, Western Kentucky Arizona Outlaws (USFL) 1983, Oakland Invaders
as offensive coordinator in Washington (2003), Atlanta 1997, Hutchinson (Kan.) C.C. 1998-2000, Culver- (USFL) 1984. College coach: Mt. San Antonio (Calif.)
(2007), and Oakland (2010). Career record: 9-23. Stockton 2001-04 (head coach 2002-04), Fort Hays J.C. 1988-1992, Utah State 1993, Brigham Young
Background: Jackson was a quarterback at Pacific State 2005-08, South Dakota State 2009-2010. Pro 1994, Oklahoma State 1995, California 1996-97,
(1985-86) and threw for 2,544 yards and 19 touch- coach: Joined Browns in 2011. Southern California 2001, UCLA 2006-08, New
downs. The Los Angeles native also lettered in basket- Jamey Mroz, sports scientist; born June 30, 1989, Mexico State 2009-2012 (head coach). Pro coach:
ball and earned his degree in physical education. Salem, Mass. Linebacker Merrimack 2007-08, New England Patriots 1998-2000, New York Giants
Personal: Born Oct. 22, 1965, Los Angeles, Calif. Springfield (Mass.) 2009-2010. No pro playing experi- 2002-03, Washington Redskins 2004-05, Jacksonville
Jackson and his wife, Michelle, have three daughters, ence. College coach: Southeastern Louisiana 2011- Jaguars 2013-16, joined Browns in 2017.
Jordyn, Baylee and Haydyn. 12, Vanderbilt 2014. Pro coach: New York Giants Stan Watson, special teams quality control; born
2013, Cincinnati Bengals 2015, joined Browns in March 2, 1980, Youngstown, Ohio. Outside linebacker
ASSISTANT COACHES 2016. Mount Union 1999-2002. No pro playing career.
Adam Beard, director of high performance; born Eric Sanders, defensive quality control; born August 2, College coach: Mount Union 2003-04, Emory & Henry
August 26, 1974, Sydney, Australia. No college or pro 1983, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. No college or pro playing 2005-07, Bowling Green State 2008-2011, Toledo
playing career. Pro coach: Joined Browns in 2015. experience. College coach: UC Davis 2006, 2008-09, 2012-13. Pro coach: Joined Browns in 2016.
Rock Cartwright, offensive quality control; born Utah State 2007, Stanford 2015. Pro coach: Oakland Blake Williams, linebackers; born Dec. 30, 1984,
December 3, 1979, Conroe, Texas. Fullback Kansas Raiders 2010-14, joined Browns in 2016. Independence, Mo. Defensive back Princeton 2003-
State 1998-2001. Pro running back Washington Al Saunders, senior offensive assistant/wide receivers; 07. No pro playing experience. College coach:
Redskins 2002-09, Oakland Raiders 2010-11. Pro born February 1, 1947, London, England. Defensive Southeastern Louisiana 2015. Pro coach: Washington
coach: Joined Browns in 2016. back San Jose State 1966-68. No pro playing experi- Redskins 2006-07, Jacksonville Jaguars 2008, New
Josh Christovich, asst. strength and conditioning ence. College coach: Southern California 1970-71, Orleans Saints 2009-2011, St. Louis Rams 2012,
coach; born August 27, 1990, Woodbridge, Va. No Missouri 1972, Utah State 1973-75, California 1976- joined Browns in 2017.
college or pro playing experience. College coach: 1981, Tennessee 1982. Pro coach: San Diego Gregg Williams, defensive coordinator; born July 15,
James Madison 2010-12, East Tennessee State 2013- Chargers 1983-88 (head coach 1986-88), Kansas 1958, Excelsior Springs, Mo. Quarterback
14, North Carolina State 2015. Pro coach: Joined City Chiefs 1989-1998, 2001-05, St. Louis Rams Northeastern Missouri State 1976-79. No pro playing
Browns in 2016. 1999-2000, 2008, Washington Redskins 2006-07, experience. College coach: Houston 1988-89. Pro
Ken Delgado, asst. defensive line; born August 18, Baltimore Ravens 2009-2010, Oakland Raiders 2011- coach: Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans 1990-2000,
1961, San Jose, Calif. Defensive lineman Chabot 14, Miami Dolphins 2015, joined Browns in 2016. Buffalo Bills 2001-03 (head coach), Washington
College 1981-82, San Jose State 1983-84. No pro Bob Saunders, offensive quality control/asst. wide Redskins 2004-07, Jacksonville Jaguars 2008, New
playing experience. College coach: San Jose State receivers; born November 28, 1976, Walnut Creek, Orleans Saints 2009-2011, Tennessee Titans 2013, St.
1986-92, Utah 1993, San Diego State 1994-2001, Calif. Wide receiver Southern Methodist 1995. No pro Louis/Los Angeles Rams 2014-16, joined Browns in
California 2002-07, Louisville 2008-09, Eastern playing experience. College coach: Washington (Mo.) 2017.
Michigan 2010-13, Western Kentucky 2014-15. Pro 2010, Kansas Wesleyan 2013, Oberlin 2014. Pro Kirby Wilson, running backs/run game coordinator;
coach: Joined Browns in 2016. coach: Kansas City Chiefs 2002-05, St. Louis Rams born August 24, 1961, Los Angeles, Calif. Running
Mark Hutson, asst. offensive line; born August 29, 2008, Virginia Destroyers (UFL) 2011-12, joined back/wide receiver Pasadena (Calif.) C.C. 1979-1980,
1966, Fort Smith, Ark. Offensive line Oklahoma 1984- Browns in 2016. Illinois 1981-82. Pro cornerback Winnipeg Blue
87. No pro playing experience. College coach: Greg Seamon, tight ends; born July 24, 1955, Bombers (CFL) 1983, Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 1984.
Oklahoma 1990-92, Murray State 1993-97, Boise Cincinnati, Ohio. Franklin College Quarterback 1973. College coach: Pasadena (Calif.) C.C. 1985, Southwest
State 1997, Arkansas 1998-99, Tulsa 2000-02, No pro playing experience. College coach: Purdue (Calif.) C.C. 1986-1990, Southern Illinois 1991-92,
Eastern Illinois 2003-06, 2015 (interim head coach 1981-82, Army 1983-84, Pacific 1985-86, Navy Wyoming 1993-94, Iowa State 1995-96, Southern
2006), Tulane 2007-2011 (interim head coach 2011). 1987-88, Akron 1991-94, Cincinnati 1995-98, Miami California 2001. Pro coach: New England Patriots
Pro coach: Oakland Raiders 2012-14, joined Browns in (OH) 1999-2000. Pro coach: Dallas Cowboys 2002, 1997-99, Washington Redskins 2000, Tampa Bay
2016. joined Browns in 2016. Buccaneers 2002-03, Arizona Cardinals 2004-06,
Jerod Kruse, asst. defensive backs; born July 6, 1978, Clyde Simmons, defensive line; born August 4, 1964, Pittsburgh Steelers 2007-2013, Minnesota Vikings
Marysville, Kan. Defensive back Coffeyville (Kan.) C.C. Lanes, S.C. Defensive end Western Carolina 1982-85. 2014-15, joined Browns in 2016.
1996-97, Emporia State 1998-2000. No pro playing Pro defensive end Philadelphia Eagles 1986-1993, Bob Wylie, offensive line; born February 16, 1951,
experience. College coach: Emporia State 2001-06, Arizona Cardinals 1994-95, Jacksonville Jaguars West Warwick, R.I. Linebacker Colorado 1969-1971.
Baker 2007, William Jewell 2008-2014, Southeastern 1996-97, Cincinnati Bengals 1998, Chicago Bears No pro playing experience. College coach: Brown
Louisiana 2015. Pro coach: Joined Browns in 2017. 1999-2000. Pro coach: New York Jets 2010, St. 1980-82, Holy Cross 1983-84, Ohio 1985-87,
David Lee, quarterbacks; born July 2, 1953, Cape Louis/Los Angeles Rams 2012-16, joined Browns in Colorado State 1988-89, Cincinnati 1996, Syracuse
Girardeau, Mo. Quarterback Vanderbilt 1971-74. No 2017. 2005-06. Pro coach: New York Jets 1990-91, Tampa
pro playing experience. College coach: Tennessee Chris Tabor, special teams coordinator; born March 4, Bay Buccaneers 1992-95, Cincinnati Bengals 1997-
Martin 1975-76, Vanderbilt 1977, Mississippi 1978- 1971, St. Joseph, Mo. Quarterback Benedictine 98, Chicago Bears 1999-2003, Arizona Cardinals
1982, 2011, New Mexico 1983, Arkansas 1984-88, College 1989-1992. No pro playing experience. 2004, Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) 2007-08,
2001-02, 2007, Texas-El Paso 1989-1993 (head College coach: Hutchinson (Kan.) C.C. 1994, Central Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 2009, Denver
coach), Rice 1994-2000. Pro coach: Dallas Cowboys Methodist 1995-96, Missouri 1997-2000, Culver- Broncos 2010, Oakland Raiders 2011, Winnipeg Blue
2003-06, Miami Dolphins 2008-2010, Buffalo Bills Stockton 2001 (head coach), Utah State 2002-05, Bombers (CFL) 2014-16, joined Browns in 2017.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner: Pat Bowlen (488-412-10)
President and CEO: Joe Ellis Records include postseason games
Executive VP of Football Operations/GM: 1960-61 Frank Filchock ...............7-20-1
John Elway 1962-64 Jack Faulkner* ..............9-22-1
Head Coach: Vance Joseph 1964-66 Mac Speedie** .............6-19-1
FOOTBALL STAFF 1966 Ray Malavasi ..................4-8-0
Director of Player Personnel: Matt Russell 1967-1971 Lou Saban*** ............20-42-3
Director of Pro Personnel: Tom Heckert 1971 Jerry Smith .....................2-3-0
Director of Football Administration: 1972-76 John Ralston...............34-33-3
Mike Sullivan 1977-1980 Robert (Red) Miller......42-25-0
Director of Sports Medicine: 1981-1992 Dan Reeves...............117-79-1
Steve Antonopulos 1993-94 Wade Phillips ..............16-17-0
Head Athletic Trainer: Vince Garcia 1995-2008 Mike Shanahan .........146-91-0
BUSINESS STAFF 2009-2010 Josh McDaniels**** ..11-17-0
American Football Conference General Counsel/Executive Vice 2010 Eric Studesville................1-3-0
West Division President: Rich Slivka 2011-14 John Fox .....................49-22-0
Team Colors: Orange, Broncos Navy Senior VIce President of Business 2015-16 Gary Kubiak ................24-11-0
Blue, and White Development: Mac Freeman *Released after four games in 1964
13655 Broncos Parkway CFO: Justin Webster **Resigned after two games in 1966
Englewood, Colorado 80112 ***Resigned after nine games in 1971
Vice President of Operations:
Telephone: (303) 649-9000 ****Released after 12 games in 2010
Chip Conway
Vice President of Media Relations:
2017 SCHEDULE PAID ATTENDANCE
Patrick Smyth
PRESEASON Home 601,283 Away 499,998
Executive Director of Ticket Operations Total 1,101,281
Aug. 10 at Chicago .......................6:00 and Administration: Kirk Dyer
Aug. 19 at San Francisco ..............8:00 Single-game home record,
Stadium General Manager: Jay Roberts 77,160 (11/9/09)
Aug. 26 Green Bay .......................7:00
Aug. 31 Arizona............................7:00 Single-season home record, 601,635
(2012)
REGULAR SEASON
Sep. 11 L.A. Chargers (Mon) ......8:20 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Sep. 17 Dallas ............................2:25 Round Name Pos. College
Sep. 24 at Buffalo ...............11:00 AM 1 Garrett Bolles T Utah
Oct. 1 Oakland .........................2:25 2 DeMarcus Walker DE Florida St.
Oct. 8 BYE 3 Carlos Henderson WR Louisiana Tech
Oct. 15 N.Y. Giants ..................*6:30 Brendan Langley DB Lamar
Oct. 22 at L.A. Chargers..............2:25 5 Jake Butt TE Michigan
Oct. 30 at Kansas City (Mon) ......6:30 Isaiah McKenzie WR Georgia
Nov. 5 at Philadelphia .......11:00 AM 6 De’Angelo Henderson RB Coastal Carolina
Nov. 12 New England ................*6:30 7 Chad Kelly QB Mississippi
Nov. 19 Cincinnati ......................2:25
Nov. 26 at Oakland .....................2:25
Dec. 3 at Miami ................11:00 AM
Dec. 10 N.Y. Jets .........................2:05
Dec. 14 at Indianapolis (Thu) .......6:25
Dec. 24 at Washington .......11:00 AM
Dec. 31 Kansas City ...................2:25
* All times MT; Sunday night games in
Weeks 5-15 subject to change
Stadium: Sports Authority Field at Mile
High (opened in 2001)
•Capacity: 76,125
1701 Bryant Street
Denver, Colorado 80204
Playing Surface: Kentucky Blue Grass
Training Camp: UC Health Training Center
13655 Broncos Parkway
Englewood, CO 80112
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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (2-2) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Siemian 486 289 3401 59.5 18 10 31/187 84.6
08/11 W 22-0 at Chicago Lynch 83 49 497 59.0 2 1 9/42 79.2
08/20 L 24-31 San Francisco Dixon 1 1 16 100.0 0 0 0/0 118.8
08/27 W 17-9 Los Angeles Broncos 570 339 3914 59.5 20 11 40/229 83.9
09/01 L 17-38 at Arizona Opponents 552 306 3200 55.4 13 14 42/228 69.7

REGULAR SEASON (9-7) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Talib 3 86 28.7 46t 1
Date Result Opponent
McManus 0 0 0 32/33 29/34 0 119 Stewart 3 36 12.0 25 0
09/08 W 21-20 Carolina
Thomas 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 32 Roby 2 102 51.0 51t 2
09/18 W 34-20 Indianapolis
C. Anderson 4 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 Simmons 2 83 41.5 45 0
09/25 W 29-17 at Cincinnati
Booker 4 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 Harris 2 36 18.0 36 0
10/02 W 27-7 at Tampa Bay
Sanders 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 Ward 1 23 23.0 23 0
10/09 L 16-23 Atlanta
Fowler 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Parks 1 1 1.0 1 0
10/13 L 13-21 at San Diego
Roby 0 0 2 0/0 0/0 0 12 Broncos 14 367 26.2 51t 3
10/24 W 27-9 Houston
Taylor 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Opponents 11 158 14.4 46 1
10/30 W 27-19 San Diego
Bibbs 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
11/06 L 20-30 at Oakland
Forsett 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/13 W 25-23 at New Orleans
Green 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Dixon 89 4068 45.7 28 68
11/27 L 27-30 Kansas City (OT)
Janovich 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Broncos 89 4068 45.7 28 68
12/04 W 20-10 at Jacksonville
Norwood 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 89 4352 48.9 42 76
12/11 L 10-13 at Tennessee
Phillips 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
12/18 L 3-16 New England PUNT
Ray 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
12/25 L 10-33 at Kansas City RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
Talib 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
01/01 W 24-6 Oakland Norwood 25 15 204 8.2 17 0
Thompson 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
(OT) Overtime Raymond 11 9 111 10.1 25 0
Parks 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 2
Broncos 11 20 4 32/33 29/34 0 333 Talib 1 0 1 1.0 1 0
SCORE BY PERIODS
Opponents 15 13 2 24/27 29/33 2 297 Keo 0 1 0 — — 0
Broncos 40 106 41 143 3 — 333
2-Pt Conv: Thomas. Latimer 0 0 0 — 0 0
Opponents 94 65 62 70 6 — 297
Broncos 1-2, Opponents 3-3. Taylor 0 1 0 — — 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Broncos 37 26 316 8.5 25 0
Broncos Opp. RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Opponents 40 25 271 6.8 17 0
Total First Downs 290 306 Booker 174 612 3.5 18 4
C. Anderson 110 437 4.0 28 4 KICKOFF
Rushing 76 101
Forsett 43 155 3.6 64 1 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Passing 181 169
Bibbs 29 129 4.4 24 0 Latimer 8 200 25.0 46 0
Penalty 33 36
Siemian 28 57 2.0 14 0 Raymond 6 137 22.8 40 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 75/219 86/236
Janovich 4 33 8.3 28t 1 Bibbs 4 79 19.8 26 0
3rd Down Pct. 34.2 36.4
Thompson 8 26 3.3 14 1 Norwood 3 65 21.7 27 0
4th Down: Made/Att 9/17 6/16
Lynch 11 25 2.3 10 0 Broncos 21 481 22.9 46 0
4th Down Pct. 52.9 37.5
McManus 1 6 6.0 6 0 Opponents 26 526 20.2 86t 1
Possession Avg. 28:36 31:24
Total Net Yards 5169 5057 Sanders 1 4 4.0 4 0
Norwood 1 0 0.0 0 0 FIELD
Avg. Per Game 323.1 316.1 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Total Plays 1020 1076 Broncos 410 1484 3.6 64 11
McManus 0/0 9/9 10/10 7/9 3/6
Avg. Per Play 5.1 4.7 Opponents 482 2085 4.3 70t 15
Broncos 0/0 9/9 10/10 7/9 3/6
Net Yards Rushing 1484 2085 Opponents 0/0 7/7 11/12 9/11 2/3
Avg. Per Game 92.8 130.3 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Total Rushes 410 482 Thomas 90 1083 12.0 55t 5
SACKS No.
Net Yards Passing 3685 2972 Sanders 79 1032 13.1 64 5
Miller 13.5
Avg. Per Game 230.3 185.8 Booker 31 265 8.5 43t 1
Ray 8.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 40/229 42/228 Green 22 237 10.8 31 1
Wolfe 5.5
Gross Yards 3914 3200 Norwood 21 232 11.0 36t 1
Ware 4.0
Att./Completions 570/339 552/306 Taylor 16 209 13.1 35 2
Crick 3.0
Completion Pct. 59.5 55.4 Derby 16 160 10.0 17 0
Barrett 1.5
Had Intercepted 11 14 C. Anderson 16 128 8.0 25t 1
Roby 1.0
Punts/Average 89/45.7 89/48.9 Fowler 11 145 13.2 76t 2
Simmons 1.0
Net Punting Avg. 89/41.3 89/42.7 Heuerman 9 141 15.7 31 0
Ward 1.0
Penalties/Yards 119/985 110/990 Latimer 8 76 9.5 16 0
D. Watson 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 24/14 23/13 Forsett 7 34 4.9 11 0
Williams 1.0
Touchdowns 35 30 Janovich 5 44 8.8 13 0
(group) 1.0
Rushing 11 15 Phillips 5 40 8.0 16 1
T. Davis 0.5
Passing 20 13 Bibbs 2 75 37.5 69t 1
Broncos 42.0
Returns 4 2 Krieger-Coble 1 13 13.0 13 0
Opponents 40.0
Broncos 339 3914 11.5 76t 20
Opponents 306 3200 10.5 80t 13

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Terrell Davis, 1995-2002 ....................................................................7,607
Passing (Yds.).................................................................John Elway, 1983-1998 ...................................................................51,475
Passing (TDs) .................................................................John Elway, 1983-1998 ........................................................................300
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Rod Smith, 1995-2007 .........................................................................849
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Rod Smith, 1995-2007 ....................................................................11,389
Interceptions ...................................................................Steve Foley, 1976-1986 ..........................................................................44
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Britton Colquitt, 2009-2015 ..................................................................45.2
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Darrien Gordon, 1997-98 .....................................................................12.5
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Trindon Holliday, 2012-13 ....................................................................29.1
Field Goals ......................................................................Jason Elam, 1993-2007........................................................................395
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Rod Smith, 1995-2007 ...........................................................................71
Points..............................................................................Jason Elam, 1993-2007.....................................................................1,786
*Sacks............................................................................Simon Fletcher, 1985-1995 ..................................................................97.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Terrell Davis, 1998 .............................................................................2,008
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Peyton Manning, 2013 .......................................................................5,477
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Peyton Manning, 2013 ........................................................................**55
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Rod Smith, 2001...................................................................................113
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Demaryius Thomas, 2014 ..................................................................1,619
Interceptions ...................................................................Goose Gonsoulin, 1960...........................................................................11
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Britton Colquitt, 2011 ...........................................................................47.4
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Floyd Little, 1967 .................................................................................16.9
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Omar Bolden, 2014 ..............................................................................33.0
Field Goals ......................................................................Jason Elam, 1995, 2001 .........................................................................31
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Terrell Davis, 1998 ..................................................................................23
Points..............................................................................Matt Prater, 2013 ..................................................................................150
*Sacks............................................................................Von Miller, 2012 ...................................................................................18.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Mike Anderson, 12-3-00 .......................................................................251
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Jake Plummer, 10-31-04 .......................................................................499
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Peyton Manning, 9-5-13........................................................................**7
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Brandon Marshall, 12-13-09 ...............................................................**21
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Shannon Sharpe, 10-20-02 ...................................................................214
Interceptions ...................................................................Goose Gonsoulin, 9-18-60 ....................................................................**4
Willie Brown, 11-15-64 .........................................................................**4
Deltha O’Neal, 10-7-01..........................................................................**4
Field Goals ......................................................................Gene Mingo, 10-6-63................................................................................5
Rich Karlis, 11-20-83................................................................................5
Jason Elam, 9-3-95, 10-13-02..................................................................5
Connor Barth, 11-30-14, 12-14-14 ...........................................................5
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Clinton Portis, 12-7-03..............................................................................5
Points..............................................................................Clinton Portis, 12-7-03............................................................................30
*Sacks............................................................................Karl Mecklenburg, 9-15-85, 12-1-85......................................................4.0
Simon Fletcher, 11-4-90.........................................................................4.0
Elvis Dumervil, 9-20-09 .........................................................................4.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
22 Anderson, C.J. RB 5-8 224 2/10/91 5 California Vallejo, Calif. FA-’13 7/7
50 Anderson, Zaire ILB 5-11 220 8/18/92 2 Nebraska Philadelphia FA-’15 16/1
48 Barrett, Shaquil OLB 6-2 250 11/17/92 4 Colorado State Baltimore, Md. FA-’14 16/0
23 Booker, Devontae RB 5-11 219 5/27/92 2 Utah Sacramento, Calif. D4-’16 16/6
15 Brown, Marlon WR 6-5 214 4/22/91 5 Georgia Memphis, Tenn. FA-’16 0*
28 Charles, Jamaal RB 5-11 199 12/27/86 10 Texas Port Arthur, Texas FA-’17 3/0*
93 Crick, Jared DE 6-4 285 8/21/89 6 Nebraska Cozad, Neb. UFA(Hou)-’16 16/15
51 Davis, Todd ILB 6-1 230 5/17/92 4 Sacramento State Lancaster, Calif. W(NO)-’14 16/15
55 Day, Dillon C 6-4 299 10/17/91 2 Mississippi State West Monroe, La. FA-’15 0*
83 Derby, A.J. TE 6-5 255 9/20/91 3 Arkansas Iowa City, Iowa T(NE)-’16 10/3*
9 Dixon, Riley P 6-4 221 8/24/93 2 Syracuse Blossvale, N.Y. D7-’16 16/0
59 Dora, Vontarrius OLB 6-4 256 9/07/92 2 Louisiana Tech West Point, Miss. FA-’16 1/0
37 Doss, Lorenzo CB 5-11 187 4/20/94 3 Tulane New Orleans D5-’15 6/0
91 Edebali, Kasim OLB 6-2 253 8/17/89 4 Boston College Hamburgh, Germany UFA(NO)-’17 16/1*
53 Ferentz, James C 6-2 285 6/05/89 3 Iowa Iowa City, Iowa W(Hou)-’15 7/0
16 Fowler, Bennie WR 6-1 212 6/10/91 3 Michigan State Bloomfield, Mich. FA-’14 13/0
76 Garcia, Max G 6-4 309 11/09/91 3 Florida Norcross, Ga. D4-’15 16/16
49 Gause, Quentin LB 6-0 243 10/30/92 2 Rutgers Rochester, N.Y. FA-’16 3/0
99 Gotsis, Adam DE 6-4 287 9/23/92 2 Georgia Tech Melbourne, Australia D2-’16 16/0
85 Green, Virgil TE 6-5 255 8/03/88 7 Nevada Tulare, Calif. D7a-’11 12/11
25 Harris Jr., Chris CB 5-10 199 6/18/89 6 Kansas Bixby, Okla. FA-’11 16/15
97 Harris, Shelby DL 6-2 290 8/11/91 3 Illinois State Milwaukee, Wisc. FA-’17 0*
82 Heuerman, Jeff TE 6-5 255 11/24/92 3 Ohio State Naples, Fla. D3-’15 12/2
32 Janovich, Andy FB 6-1 238 5/23/93 2 Nebraska Gretna, Neb. D6a-’16 11/5
92 Kerr, Zach DL 6-2 334 8/29/90 4 Delaware Virginia Beach, Va. UFA(Ind)-’17 12/4*
42 Kreiter, Casey LS 6-1 250 8/13/90 2 Iowa DeWitt, Iowa FA-’16 10/0
84 Krieger-Coble, Henry TE 6-4 248 6/12/92 2 Iowa Mount Pleasant, Iowa FA-’16 2/0
14 Latimer, Cody WR 6-2 215 10/10/92 4 Indiana Dayton, Ohio D2-’14 12/1
65 Leary, Ron G 6-3 320 4/29/89 5 Memphis Baton Rouge, La. UFA(Dall)-’17 13/12*
12 Lynch, Paxton QB 6-7 244 2/12/94 2 Memphis San Antonio D1-’16 3/2
54 Marshall, Brandon ILB 6-1 250 9/10/89 6 Nevada Las Vegas FA-’13 11/10
60 McGovern, Connor G 6-4 306 4/27/93 2 Missouri Fargo, N.D. D5-’16 0*
8 McManus, Brandon K 6-3 201 7/25/91 4 Temple Lansdale, Pa. T(NYG)-’14 16/0
58 Miller, Von OLB 6-3 250 3/26/89 7 Texas A&M DeSoto, Texas D1-’11 16/16
52 Nelson, Corey ILB 6-1 226 4/22/92 4 Oklahoma Dallas, Texas D7-’14 16/6
39 Nixon, Taurean CB 5-10 187 2/07/91 3 Tulane Baton Rouge, La. D7b-’15 2/0
61 Paradis, Matt C 6-3 300 10/12/89 3 Boise State Council, Idaho D6-’14 16/16
34 Parks, Will S 6-1 194 7/29/94 2 Arizona Philadelphia D6b-’16 16/0
94 Peko, Domata NT 6-3 325 11/27/84 12 Michigan State Pago Pago, Amer. Samoa UFA(Cin)-’17 16/16*
90 Peko, Kyle NT 6-1 305 7/25/93 2 Oregon State La Habra, Calif. FA-’16 1/0
30 Pierce, Bernard RB 6-0 222 5/10/91 5 Temple Ardmore, Pa. FA-’17 0*
56 Ray, Shane OLB 6-3 245 5/18/93 3 Missouri Shawnee Mission, Kan. D1-’15 16/8
19 Raymond, Kalif WR 5-9 160 8/08/94 2 College of the Holy Cross Lawrencville, Ga. FA-’16 4/0
29 Roby, Bradley CB 5-11 194 5/01/92 4 Ohio State Suwanee, Ga. D1-’14 16/4
74 Sambrailo, Ty OL 6-5 315 3/10/92 3 Colorado State Watsonville, Calif. D2-’15 10/4
10 Sanders, Emmanuel WR 5-11 180 3/17/87 8 Southern Methodist Bellville, Texas UFA(Pitt)-’14 16/16
79 Schofield, Michael OL 6-6 301 11/15/90 4 Michigan Orland Park, Ill. D3-’14 16/16
13 Siemian, Trevor QB 6-3 220 12/26/91 3 Northwestern Windermere, Fla. D7a-’15 14/14
31 Simmons, Justin S 6-2 202 11/19/93 2 Boston College Manassas, Va. D3-’16 13/3
71 Stephenson, Donald T 6-6 312 3/09/88 6 Oklahoma Kansas City, Mo. UFA(KC)-’16 13/12
26 Stewart, Darian S 5-11 214 8/04/88 8 South Carolina Huntsville, Ala. UFA(Balt)-’15 16/16
21 Talib, Aqib CB 6-1 205 2/13/86 10 Kansas Richardson, Texas UFA(NE)-’14 13/13
87 Taylor, Jordan WR 6-5 210 2/18/92 2 Rice Sherman, Texas FA-’15 16/0
88 Thomas, Demaryius WR 6-3 229 12/25/87 8 Georgia Tech Montrose, Ga. D1a-’10 16/16
40 Thompson, Juwan RB 5-11 225 5/13/92 4 Duke Fairburn, Ga. FA-’14 8/1
77 Turner, Billy G 6-5 310 10/17/91 4 North Dakota State Shoreview, Minn. W(Mia)-’16 8/2*
43 Ward, T.J. S 5-10 200 12/12/86 8 Oregon Concord, Calif. UFA(Cle)-’14 14/14
75 Watson, Menelik T 6-5 315 12/22/88 5 Florida State Manchester, England UFA(Oak)-’17 10/5*
97 Winn, Billy DE 6-4 300 4/15/89 5 Boise State Las Vegas, Nev. FA-’16 16/2
95 Wolfe, Derek DE 6-5 285 2/24/90 6 Cincinnati Lisbon, Ohio D2a-’12 14/14

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* Brown spent two weeks on active roster in ’16; Charles played 3 games with Kansas City in ’16; Day spent the entire season on the
practice squad in ’16; Derby played 4 games with New England and 6 games with Denver; Edebali played 16 games with New Orleans;
S. Harris last played with Oakland in ’15; Kerr played 12 games with Indianapolis; Leary played 13 games with Dallas; McGovern spent
the entire season on Denver’s active roster; D. Peko played 16 games with Cincinnati; Pierce last played with Jacksonville in ’15; Turner
played 5 games with Miami and spent one week on Baltimore’s active roster in ’16; Watson played 10 games with Oakland.

Players lost through free agency (4): T Russell Okung (LAC; 16 games in ’16), OLB Dekoda Watson (SF; 16),
CB Kayvon Webster (LAR; 13), NT Sylvester Williams (Tenn; 16).

Also played with Broncos in ’16—RB Kapri Bibbs (12 games), RB Justin Forsett (4), LS Thomas Gafford (6), NT Darius Kilgo (9),
WR Jordan Norwood (14), TE John Phillips (8), OLB DeMarcus Ware (10), T Darrion Weems (6).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Austell, Erik C 6-3 301 9/13/93 Charleston Southern Warner Robbins, Ga. FA
Banderas, Josh ILB 6-2 220 2/25/95 Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. FA
Barnett, Dante S 6-1 193 6/14/93 Kansas State Tulsa, Okla. FA
Bolles, Garett T 6-5 297 5/27/92 Utah Walnut Creek, Calif. D1
Butt, Jake TE 6-6 297 7/11/95 Michigan Pickerington, Ohio D5a
Carter, Jamal S 6-1 215 4/12/94 Miami Naranja, Fla. FA
Ekanem, Ken OLB 6-3 260 4/8/94 Virginia Tech Centerville, Va. FA
Garcia-Williams, Jerrol ILB 6-2 235 12/24/93 Hawaii Las Vegas, Nev. FA
Henderson, Carlos WR 5-11 199 12/19/94 Louisiana Tech New Orleans, La. D3a
Henderson, De’Angelo RB 5-7 208 11/24/92 Coastal Carolina Summerville, S.C. D6
Hollins, Deon OLB 6-0 216 11/5/94 UCLA Houston, Texas FA
Hunt, Cameron G 6-4 295 12/17/94 Oregon Corona, Calif. FA
Jarrett, Tyrique NT 6-3 335 2/16/94 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh FA
Kelly, Chad QB 6-2 224 3/26/94 Mississippi Buffalo, N.Y. D7
Lang, Cedric (1) T 6-7 269 5/12/92 Texas-El Paso Sioux Falls, S.D. FA
Langley, Brendan CB 6-0 199 10/16/94 Lamar Marietta, Ga. D3b
McKenzie, Isaiah WR 5-8 173 4/9/95 Georgia Miami, Fla. D5b
Murray, Justin (1) T 6-5 304 4/19/93 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio FA-’16
Nash, Anthony WR 6-5 200 9/20/93 Duke West Chester, Pa. FA
Nelson, Dontrell CB 6-1 180 6/25/95 Memphis Olive Branch, Miss. FA
Rios, Marcus CB 5-11 185 10/25/94 UCLA Elk Grove, Calif. FA
Scheu, Steven (1) TE 6-5 255 7/7/92 Vanderbilt Greenville, S.C. FA-’16
Sharpe, Hunter (1) WR 5-11 198 4/25/95 Utah State Palmdale, Calif. FA-’16
Sloter, Kyle QB 6-4 218 2/7/94 Northern Colorado Johns Creek, Ga. FA
Snyder, Kevin (1) ILB 6-2 245 7/25/92 Rutgers Mechanicsburg, Pa. FA-’16
Soto, Shakir DE 6-3 290 2/12/94 Pittsburgh Wilkes-Barre, Pa. FA
Stewart, Orion S 6-2 205 1/10/94 Baylor Waco, Texas FA
Thomas, Dymonte S 6-2 199 11/30/93 Michigan Alliance, Ohio FA
Traylor, Austin (1) TE 6-3 255 9/3/93 Wisconsin Columbus, Ohio FA-’16
Walker, DeMarcus DE 6-4 280 9/30/94 Florida State Jacksonville, Fla. D2
Wilkinson, Elijah OL 6-6 329 2/10/95 Massachusetts Dowington, Pa. FA

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

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COACHING STAFF coach: Joined Broncos in 2015. 1971-73. Pro tight end Chicago Bears 1974,
Head Coach, Reggie Herring, linebackers; born July 3, 1959, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1976. College coach:
Vance Joseph Mrytle Beach, S.C. Linebacker Florida State Ohio State 1978-2000. Pro coach: Oakland
Pro Career: Vance Joseph was named the 16th 1978-79. No pro playing experience. College Raiders 2001-03, Kansas City Chiefs 2004-05,
head coach in Denver Broncos history on coach: Oklahoma State 1981-85, Auburn 1986- Minnesota Vikings 2006-2013, Buffalo Bills
January 12, 2017. Joined the Broncos after 1991, Texas Christian 1992-93, Clemson 1994- 2014, joined Broncos in 2015.
spending the 2016 season as defensive coordi- 2001, North Carolina State 2004, Arkansas Phil Rauscher, asst. to head coach; born June
nator for the Miami Dolphins. Spent more than a 2005-07 (interim head coach 2007). Pro coach: 2, 1985, Carlsbad, Calif. Offensive lineman
decade of his football life in the state of Houston Texans 2002-03, 2011-13, Dallas UCLA 2003-2005. No pro playing experience.
Colorado. In addition to competing with the Cowboys 2008-2010, Chicago Bears 2014, College coach: UCLA 2006-09, Dixie State
Broncos as a defensive back during the 1997 joined Broncos in 2015. 2010, Utah 2011, Hawai’i 2012, Cal Lutheran
preseason, played quarterback at the University Bill Kollar, defensive line; born November 27, 2014, joined Broncos in 2015.
of Colorado (1990-94) and coached another five 1952, Warren, Ohio. Defensive end Montana Luke Richesson, strength and conditioning;
seasons at his alma mater (1999-2003). During State 1971-73. Pro defensive end Cincinnati born April 29, 1974, Kansas City, Mo. Defensive
his NFL career, coached defensively for Miami Bengals 1974-76, Tampa Bay Buccaneers back Kansas 1992-96. No pro playing experi-
(2016), Cincinnati (2014-15), Houston (2011- 1977-1981. College coach: Illinois 1985-87, ence. College coach: Wyoming 1998, Arizona
13) and San Francisco (2005-10). His teams Purdue 1988-89. Pro coach: Tampa Bay State 1999-2000. Pro coach: Jacksonville
have advanced to the postseason in five of the Buccaneers 1984, Atlanta Falcons 1990-2000, 2009-2011, joined Broncos in 2012.
last six years while capturing three division titles St. Louis Rams 2001-05, Buffalo Bills 2006-08, Marcus Robertson, defensive backs; born
during that span. Career record: 0-0. Houston Texans 2009-2014, joined Broncos in October 2, 1969, Pasadena, Calif. Defensive
Background: Three-year letterwinner at quarter- 2015. back Iowa State. Pro defensive back Houston
back for CU (1990-94), saw action in 30 games Klint Kubiak, offensive assistant/quarterbacks; Oilers/Tennessee Titans 1991-2000, Seattle
for the Buffs as a backup. Also a running back born on February 17, 1987, Houston, Texas. Seahawks 2001-02. Pro coach: Tennessee
and special-teams standout for CU. Converted Defensive back Colorado State 2005-09. No pro Titans 2007-2011, Detroit Lions 2013, Oakland
to cornerback and started 6-of-13 games played playing experience. College coach: Texas A&M Raiders 2014, joined Broncos in 2015.
with the Jets as a 1995 rookie. Played four more 2011-12, Kansas 2015; Pro coach: Minnesota Cedric Smith, asst. strength and conditioning;
games with Colts in 1996 before competing with 2013-14, joined Broncos in 2016. born May 27, 1968, Enterprise, Ala. Fullback
Broncos during the 1997 preseason. Anthony Lomando, asst. strength and condition- Florida 1986-89. Pro fullback Minnesota Vikings
Personal: Born on Sept. 20, 1972, Marrero, La. ing; born October 4, 1982, Katy, Tex. Attended 1990, New Orleans Saints 1991, Washington
Joseph and his wife, Holly, have a daughter, Cal Poly-San Louis Obispo. No college or pro Redskins 1994-95, Arizona Cardinals 1996-97.
Nataly, and a son, Stone. playing experience. Pro coach: Jacksonville Pro coach: Denver Broncos 2001-06, Kansas
2009-2011, joined Broncos in 2012. City Chiefs 2007-09, Houston Texans 2010-13,
ASSISTANT COACHES Johnnie Lynn, asst. defensive backs; born June re-joined Broncos in 2017.
Chris Beake, defensive assistant/defensive line; 25, 1970, North Vandergrift, Pa. Defensive back Chris Strausser, asst. offensive line; born Dec.
born September 10, 1972, Kansas City, Mo. Illinois State 1988-1991. No pro playing experi- 4, 1963, Cleveland. No playing experience.
Quarterback Air Force 1991-92. No pro playing ence. College coach: Muskingum 1992, Eastern College coach: Menlo College 1989, Oregon
experience. College coach Air Force 1994. Pro Michigan 1993, Northwestern State 1994, State 1990-91, Somoma State 1992, Portland
coach: San Francisco 49ers 1999-2003, 2010, Grand Valley State 1994-96, Kent State 1997, State 1993-94, San Jose State 1995-96, Foothill
Atlanta Falcons 2004-06, Seattle Seahawks Hofstra 1998-2000, Western Michigan 2001. College 1997-99, Portland State 2000, Boise
2008-09, Cleveland Browns 2011-12, joined Pro coach: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2004-05, State 2001-05, 2007-2013, Colorado 2006,
Broncos in 2013. Minnesota Vikings 2006-2013, Oakland Raiders Washington 2014-16. Pro coach: Joined
Geep Chryst, tight ends; born June 7, 1962, 2014, joined Broncos in 2015. Broncos in 2017.
Madison, Wis. Attended Princeton. Linebacker Mike McCoy, offensive coordinator; born April 1, Eric Studesville, asst. head coach/running
and baseball player at Princeton. No pro playing 1972, San Francisco, Calif. Quarterback Long backs; born May 29, 1967, Madison, Wisc.
experience. College coach: Wisconsin-Plateville Beach State 1990-91, Utah 1922-93. Pro quar- Defensive back Wisconsin-Whitewater 1985-88.
1987, Wisconsin 1988, Wyoming 1989-1990. terback Denver Broncos 1995, Green Bay No pro playing experience. College coach:
Pro coach: Chicago Bears 1991-95, Arizona Packers Practice Squad, San Francisco 49ers, Wingate 1994, Kent State 1995-96. Pro coach:
Cardinals 1996-98, 2001-03, San Diego Amsterdam Admirals (NFLE) 1997, Calgary Chicago Bears 1997-2000, New York Giants
Chargers 1999-2000, Carolina Panthers 2006- Stampeders (CFL) 1999. Pro coach: Carolina 2001-03, Buffalo Bills 2004-2009, joined
2010. San Francisco 49ers quarterbacks coach Panthers 2000-08, Denver Broncos 2009-2012, Broncos in 2010 (interim head coach, four
from 2011-15, joined Broncos in 2016. San Diego Chargers 2013-16 (head coach), re- games in 2010).
Jeff Davidson, offensive line; born October 3, joined Broncos in 2017. Tyke Tolbert, wide receivers; born September
1967, Akron, Ohio. Offensive lineman Ohio State Bill Musgrave, quarterbacks; born November 15, 1967, Conroe, Texas. Wide receiver
1986-1989. Pro offensive linemen Denver 11, 1963, Grand Junction, Colo. Quarterback Louisiana State 1988-1990. No pro playing
Broncos 1990-93, New Orleans Saints 1994. Oregon. Pro quarterback San Francisco 49ers experience. College coach: Louisiana State
Pro coach: New Orleans Saints 1995-96, New 1991-94, Denver Broncos 1995-96. College 1994, Ohio 1995, Northeast Louisiana 1995-97,
England Patriots 1997-2004, Cleveland Browns coach: Virginia 2001-02. Pro coach: Carolina Auburn 1998, Louisiana-Lafayette 1999-2001,
2005-06, Carolina Panthers 2007-10, Panthers 1999-2000, Jacksonville Jaguars Florida 2002. Pro coach: Arizona Cardinals
Minnesota Vikings 2011-15, San Diego 2003-04, Washington Redskins 2005, Atlanta 2003, Buffalo Bills 2004-09, Carolina Panthers
Chargers 2016, joined Broncos in 2017. Falcons 2006-10, Minnesota Vikings 2011-13, 2010, joined Broncos in 2011.
Mike Eubanks, asst. strength and conditioning; Philadelphia Eagles 1998, 2014, Oakland Joe Woods, defensive coordinator; born June
born December 31, 1980, Kansas City, Kan. Raiders 1997, 2015-16, joined Broncos in 2017. 25, 1970, North Vandergrift, Pa. Defensive back
Defensive back Wisconsin-Eau Claire. No pro Brock Olivo, special teams coordinator; born Illinois State 1988-1991. No pro playing experi-
playing experience. Pro coach: Jacksonville June 24, 1976, St. Louis, Mo. Attended ence. College coach: Muskingum 1992, Eastern
2009-2011, joined Broncos in 2012. Missouri. College coach: Coastal Carolina 2012- Michigan 1993, Northwestern State 1994,
Chris Gould, asst. special teams; born 13. Pro coach: Italian National Football 2009- Grand Valley State 1994-96, Kent State 1997,
December 10, 1985, Lock Haven, Pa. Punter 2011, Omaha Nighthawks (UFL) 2011, Kansas Hofstra 1998-2000, Western Michigan 2001.
Virginia 2004-07. Pro kicker Chicago Rush City Chiefs 2014-16, joined Broncos in 2017. Pro coach: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2004-05,
2010-11, Arizona Rattlers 2012. College coach: Fred Pagac, outside linebackers; born April 26, Minnesota Vikings 2006-2013, Oakland Raiders
Elmhurst College 2012, Syracuse 2013-14. Pro 1952, Richeyville, Pa. Tight end Ohio State 2014, joined Broncos in 2015.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Chairman and CEO: Robert C. McNair (109-138-0)
Vice Chairman and COO: D. Cal McNair 2002-05 Dom Capers.................18-46-0
General Manager/Executive Vice
President of Football Operations: 2006-2013 Gary Kubiak* ...............63-66-0
Rick Smith 2013 Wade Phillips ...................0-3-0
President: Jamey Rootes 2014-16 Bill O’Brien ...................28-23-0
Senior Vice President, Treasurer and * Released after 13 games in 2013
CFO: Scott Schwinger
Executive Vice President, General PAID ATTENDANCE
Counsel and CAO: Suzie Thomas Home 560,413 Away 539,143
Senior Vice President, Ticketing and
Event Management: John Schriever Total 1,099,556
Vice President, Marketing and Single-game home record,
Community Development: 71,778 (11/3/13)
Jennifer Davenport Single-season home record,
Vice President, Corporate Development: 560,413 (2016)
Greg Grissom
American Football Conference Vice President and Chief Accounting
South Division Officer: Marilan Logan 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Team Colors: Deep Steel Blue, Battle Vice President, Football Administration: Round Name Pos. College
Red, and Liberty White Chris Olsen 1 Deshaun Watson QB Clemson
Two NRG Park Vice President of Player 2 Zach Cunningham LB Vanderbilt
Houston, Texas 77054 Personnel/Assistant General Manager: 3 D’Onta Foreman RB Texas
Jimmy Raye III
Telephone: (832) 667-2000 Vice President, Information Technology: 4 Julie’n Davenport T Bucknell
Jeff Schmitz Carlos Watkins DT Clemson
2017 SCHEDULE Vice President, Football Operations: 5 Treston Decoud DB Oregon St.
PRESEASON Doug West 7 Kyle Fuller C Baylor
Aug. 9 at Carolina..........................6:30 Director of Football Operations:
Aug. 19 New England .....................7:00 Jason Lowrey
Director of Pro Personnel: Rob Kisiel
Aug. 26 at New Orleans...................7:00 Director of Security: Emmett Baylor
Aug. 31 Dallas ................................7:00 Director of Football Information Systems:
Russell Joyner
REGULAR SEASON Director of Player Engagement:
Sep. 10 Jacksonville ...................12:00 Sean Washington
Asst. Director of Pro Personnel:
Sep. 14 at Cincinnati (Thu)..............7:25 Larry Wright
Sep. 24 at New England ...............12:00 Director of College Scouting: Jon Carr
Oct. 1 Tennessee ......................12:00 Assistant Director of College Scouting:
Oct. 8 Kansas City ....................*7:30 Mike Martin
Oct. 15 Cleveland .......................12:00 Coordinator of College Scouting:
Oct. 22 BYE Matt Jansen
College Scouts: Ryan Cavanaugh,
Oct. 29 at Seattle ...........................3:05 Mozique McCurtis, Nathan Trott,
Nov. 5 Indianapolis ....................12:00 Seth Turner
Nov. 12 at L.A. Rams ......................3:05 Pro Scout: Tolu Lasaki
Nov. 19 Arizona ...........................12:00 National Scout: Frantzy Jourdain
Nov. 27 at Baltimore (Mon) .............7:30 Area Scout: Brad Matthews
Dec. 3 at Tennessee ...................12:00 Player Personnel Scout: Chris Blanco
Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic
Dec. 10 San Francisco ................12:00 Trainer: Geoff Kaplan
Dec. 17 at Jacksonville .................12:00 Coordinator of Rehabilitation/Assistant
Dec. 25 Pittsburgh (Mon) ...............3:30 Athletic Trainer: Roland Ramirez
Dec. 31 at Indianapolis .................12:00 Director of Sports Science: Erik Korem
* All times CT; Sunday night games in Director of Equipment Services:
Mike Parson
Weeks 5-15 subject to change Equipment Services Assistant:
Kyle Kamau
Stadium: NRG Stadium Director of Video Operations: Tim Brog
(opened in 2002) Video Operations Asst.: Tyrrell Lynch
•Capacity: 71,795 Sr. Director of Communications:
Houston, Texas 77054 Amy Palcic
Playing Surface: Artificial Turf Sr. Director of Digital Media:
Eric SanInocencio
Training Camp: The Greenbrier, W. Va. Associate General Counsel and Sr.
Director: Greg Kondritz
NRG STADIUM Sr. Director of Human Resources:
Glenda Morrison
Sr. Director of Premium Seating:
Brian Varnadoe
Sr. Director of Ticketing and Event Sales:
Derek Beeman
Vice President of Broadcasting:
Marc Vandermeer
Director of Fan Relations & Event
Services: Holly Schweitzer
Director of Luxury Suite Service:
Shari Rainey
Director of Ticket Services: Trey Young
Controller: Tamala Croasmun

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (4-0) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Osweiler 510 301 2957 59.0 15 16 27/206 72.2
08/14 W 24-13 at San Francisco Savage 73 46 461 63.0 0 0 5/36 80.9
08/20 W 16-9 New Orleans Texans 583 347 3418 59.5 15 16 32/242 73.3
08/28 W 34-24 Arizona Opponents 522 319 3424 61.1 20 11 31/198 84.3
09/01 W 28-17 at Dallas
TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
REGULAR SEASON (9-7) SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Demps 6 54 9.0 19 0
Date Result Opponent Novak 0 0 0 22/25 35/41 0 127 Hal 2 36 18.0 24 0
09/11 W 23-14 Chicago L. Miller 5 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 36 Jackson 1 42 42.0 42t 1
09/18 W 19-12 Kansas City Fiedorowicz 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Bouye 1 0 0.0 0 0
09/22 L 0-27 at New England Hopkins 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Nelson 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/02 W 27-20 Tennessee Fuller 0 2 1 0/0 0/0 0 18 Texans 11 132 12.0 42t 1
10/09 L 13-31 at Minnesota Griffin 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Opponents 16 165 10.3 35 0
10/16 W 26-23 Indianapolis (OT) Osweiler 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
10/24 L 9-27 at Denver Anderson 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
10/30 W 20-13 Detroit Blue 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Lechler 72 3423 47.5 30 62
11/13 W 24-21 at Jacksonville Jackson 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Texans 72 3423 47.5 30 62
11/21 L 20-27 at Oakland B. Miller 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 84 3861 46.0 34 71
11/27 L 13-21 San Diego Texans 8 15 2 22/25 35/41 1 279
12/04 L 13-21 at Green Bay Opponents 13 20 3 35/35 25/29 0 328 PUNT
12/11 W 22-17 at Indianapolis 2-Pt Conv: Texans 0-0, Opponents 1-1. RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
12/18 W 21-20 Jacksonville
Ervin 27 23 261 9.7 57 0
12/24 W 12-10 Cincinnati RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Fuller 11 6 165 15.0 67t 1
01/01 L 17-24 at Tennessee L. Miller 268 1073 4.0 45 5 B. Miller 1 0 1 1.0 1 0
(OT) Overtime Blue 100 420 4.2 25 1 Texans 39 29 427 10.9 67t 1
Osweiler 30 131 4.4 21 2 Opponents 48 13 477 9.9 79t 1
POSTSEASON (1-1) Hunt 20 109 5.5 19 0
Grimes 23 105 4.6 14 0 KICKOFF
Date Result Opponent
Savage 6 12 2.0 11 0 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
01/07 W 27-14 Oakland
Prosch 4 9 2.3 5 0 Ervin 14 263 18.8 33 0
01/14 L 16-34 at New England
Ervin 1 3 3.0 3 0 Hunt 9 194 21.6 39 0
B. Miller 3 0 0.0 1 0 B. Miller 3 41 13.7 17 0
SCORE BY PERIODS
Fuller 1 -3 -3.0 -3 0 Fuller 2 31 15.5 19 0
Texans 47 74 65 90 3 — 279
Texans 456 1859 4.1 45 8 James 1 18 18.0 18 0
Opponents 54 118 44 112 0 — 328
Opponents 397 1595 4.0 41t 13 Prosch 1 10 10.0 10 0
Texans 30 557 18.6 39 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS
RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD Opponents 48 1135 23.6 100t 1
Texans Opp.
Total First Downs 305 272
Hopkins 78 954 12.2 51 4
Fiedorowicz 54 559 10.4 26t 4 FIELD
Rushing 102 87
Griffin 50 442 8.8 45 2 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Passing 173 157
Fuller 47 635 13.5 53 2 Novak 1/1 12/12 11/11 8/11 3/6
Penalty 30 28
L. Miller 31 188 6.1 16 1 Texans 1/1 12/12 11/11 8/11 3/6
3rd Down: Made/Att 87/233 82/213
B. Miller 15 99 6.6 12t 1 Opponents 2/2 6/6 8/8 6/8 3/5
3rd Down Pct. 37.3 38.5
4th Down: Made/Att 9/23 3/13
Strong 14 131 9.4 36 0
Grimes 13 94 7.2 15 0 SACKS No.
4th Down Pct. 39.1 23.1 Mercilus 7.5
Possession Avg. 31:20 28:40
Blue 12 40 3.3 12 0
Anderson 11 93 8.5 14 1 Clowney 6.0
Total Net Yards 5035 4821 McKinney 5.0
Avg. Per Game 314.7 301.3
Mumphery 10 69 6.9 11 0
Williams 4 75 18.8 32 0 Simon 3.5
Total Plays 1071 950 Heath 2.0
Avg. Per Play 4.7 5.1
Hunt 3 29 9.7 24 0
Ervin 3 18 6.0 9 0 Watt 1.5
Net Yards Rushing 1859 1595 Bouye 1.0
Avg. Per Game 116.2 99.7
Prosch 1 6 6.0 6 0
Osweiler 1 -14 -14.0 -6 0 Covington 1.0
Total Rushes 456 397 Hal 1.0
Net Yards Passing 3176 3226
Texans 347 3418 9.9 53 15
Opponents 319 3424 10.7 86t 20 Kamalu 1.0
Avg. Per Game 198.5 201.6 Reader 1.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 32/242 31/198 Smith 0.5
Gross Yards 3418 3424 Texans 31.0
Att./Completions 583/347 522/319 Opponents 32.0
Completion Pct. 59.5 61.1
Had Intercepted 16 11
Punts/Average 72/47.5 84/46.0
Net Punting Avg. 72/40.1 84/39.7
Penalties/Yards 87/868 114/950
Fumbles/Ball Lost 20/8 15/6
Touchdowns 25 36
Rushing 8 13
Passing 15 20
Returns 2 3

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Arian Foster, 2009-2015.....................................................................6,472
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Matt Schaub, 2007-2013 .................................................................23,221
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Matt Schaub, 2007-2013 ......................................................................124
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Andre Johnson, 2003-2014................................................................1,012
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Andre Johnson, 2003-2014..............................................................13,597
Interceptions ...................................................................Dunta Robinson, 2004-09 .......................................................................13
Kareem Jackson, 2010-16 ......................................................................13
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Shane Lechler, 2013-16 .......................................................................47.1
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Jacoby Jones, 2007-2011 ...................................................................10.2
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................André Davis, 2007-09 ..........................................................................25.4
Field Goals ......................................................................Kris Brown, 2002-09.............................................................................172
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Arian Foster, 2009-2015..........................................................................68
Points..............................................................................Kris Brown, 2002-09.............................................................................767
*Sacks............................................................................J.J. Watt, 2011-16 ...............................................................................76.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Arian Foster, 2010 ..............................................................................1,616
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Matt Schaub, 2009.............................................................................4,770
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Matt Schaub, 2009 .................................................................................29
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Andre Johnson, 2008............................................................................115
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Andre Johnson, 2012.........................................................................1,598
Interceptions ...................................................................Marcus Coleman, 2003.............................................................................7
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Shane Lechler, 2013 ............................................................................47.6
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Keshawn Martin, 2012 .........................................................................12.1
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................André Davis, 2007 ...............................................................................30.3
Field Goals ......................................................................Nick Novak 2016.....................................................................................35
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Arian Foster, 2010 ...................................................................................18
Points..............................................................................Shayne Graham, 2012 ..........................................................................138
*Sacks............................................................................J.J. Watt, 2012, 2014 ..........................................................................20.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Arian Foster, 9-12-10 ............................................................................231
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Matt Schaub, 11-18-12.........................................................................527
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Ryan Fitzpatrick, 11-30-14 ........................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Andre Johnson, 11-18-12 .......................................................................14
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Andre Johnson, 11-18-12 .....................................................................273
Interceptions ...................................................................Glover Quin, 10-28-10 ..............................................................................3
Field Goals ......................................................................Randy Bullock, 12-21-14 ..........................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Ryan Moats, 11-1-09................................................................................3
Arian Foster, 9-12-10, 10-23-11................................................................3
Andre Johnson, 11-3-13 ...........................................................................3
Ben Tate, 12-1-13 .....................................................................................3
Points..............................................................................Randy Bullock, 12-21-14 ........................................................................19
*Sacks............................................................................Connor Barwin, 11-27-11 ......................................................................4.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
79 Allen, Jeff G 6-4 325 1/8/90 6 Illinois Chicago, Ill. UFA(KC)-’16 14/14
88 Allen, RaShaun TE 6-4 250 2/25/90 2 Southern Cleveland, Ohio FA-’16 0*
89 Anderson, Stephen TE 6-2 235 1/30/93 2 California San Jose, Calif. FA-’16 13/0
39 Ballentine, Lonnie S 6-3 225 4/23/93 4 Memphis Memphis, Tenn. D7b-’14 2/0
28 Blue, Alfred RB 6-2 225 4/27/91 4 Louisiana State Boutte, La. D6b-’14 14/2
76 Brown, Duane T 6-4 315 8/30/85 10 Virginia Tech Richmond, Va. D1-’08 12/12
53 Bullough, Max ILB 6-3 245 2/11/92 4 Michigan State Traverse City, Mich. FA-’14 16/3
74 Clark, Chris T 6-5 305 10/1/85 8 Southern Mississippi New Orleans, La. T(Den)-’15 16/14
90 Clowney, Jadeveon DE 6-5 270 2/14/93 4 South Carolina Rock Hill, S.C. D1-’14 14/14
95 Covington, Christian DE 6-2 305 10/16/93 3 Rice Vancouver, B.C., Canada D6b-’15 16/5
56 Cushing, Brian ILB 6-3 255 1/24/87 9 Southern California Park Ridge, N.J. D1-’09 13/13
20 Dillon, K.J. S 6-0 200 5/11/94 2 West Virginia Apopka, Fla. D5a-’16 5/0
23 Drummond, Kurtis S 6-1 200 1/29/92 3 Michigan State Masury, Ohio FA-’15 0*
92 Dunn, Brandon DE 6-2 310 9/5/92 2 Louisville Louisville, Ky. FA-’15 2/0
34 Ervin, Tyler RB 5-10 185 10/7/93 2 San Jose State San Bernardino, Calif. D4-’16 12/0
7 Fairbairn, Ka’imi K 6-0 190 1/29/94 2 UCLA Kailua, Hawaii FA-’16 0*
87 Fiedorowicz, C.J. TE 6-5 265 10/22/91 4 Iowa Johnsburg, Ill. D3a-’14 15/15
15 Fuller V, Will WR 6-0 180 4/16/94 2 Notre Dame Philadelphia, Pa. D1-’16 14/13
68 Giacomini, Breno T 6-7 318 9/27/85 10 Louisville Malden, Mass. FA-’17 5/5*
84 Griffin, Ryan TE 6-6 265 1/11/90 5 Connecticut Londonderry, N.H. D6d-’13 16/5
29 Hal, Andre S 5-10 195 5/30/92 4 Vanderbilt Port Allen, La. D7a-’14 15/11
93 Heath, Joel DE 6-6 300 6/18/93 2 Michigan State Cincinnati, Ohio FA-’16 12/6
10 Hopkins, DeAndre WR 6-1 215 6/6/92 5 Clemson Central, S.C. D1-’13 16/16
33 Hunt, Akeem RB 5-10 200 2/22/93 3 Purdue Covington, Ga. FA-’15 8/0
25 Jackson, Kareem CB 5-10 185 4/10/88 8 Alabama Macon, Ga. D1-’10 14/13
30 Johnson, Kevin CB 6-0 185 8/5/92 3 Wake Forest Clarksville, Md. D1-’15 6/3
24 Joseph, Johnathan CB 5-11 185 4/16/84 12 South Carolina Rock Hill, S.C. UFA(Cin)-’11 13/11
94 Kamalu, Ufomba DE 6-6 295 11/2/92 2 Miami Fayetteville, Ga. FA-’16 4/1
63 Lamm, Kendall T 6-6 310 6/5/92 3 Appalachian State Charlotte, N.C. FA-’15 15/2
9 Lechler, Shane P 6-2 230 8/7/76 18 Texas A&M East Bernard, Texas UFA(Oak)-’13 16/0
65 Mancz, Greg C 6-4 310 4/23/92 3 Toledo Cincinnati, Ohio FA-’15 16/16
66 Martin, Nick C 6-4 300 4/29/93 2 Notre Dame Indianapolis, Ind. D2-’16 0*
55 McKinney, Benardrick ILB 6-4 260 11/19/92 3 Mississippi State Tunica, Miss. D2-’15 16/16
59 Mercilus, Whitney OLB 6-4 265 7/21/90 6 Illinois Akron, Ohio D1-’12 15/15
13 Miller, Braxton WR 6-1 205 11/30/92 2 Ohio State Springfield, Ohio D3-’16 10/6
26 Miller, Lamar RB 5-10 220 4/25/91 6 Miami Miami, Fla. UFA(Mia)-’16 14/14
43 Moore, Corey S 6-2 200 1/28/93 2 Georgia Griffin, Ga. FA-’15 16/8
12 Mumphery, Keith WR 6-0 210 6/5/92 3 Michigan State Vienna, Ga. D5-’15 11/3
21 Nelson, Robert CB 5-10 170 2/16/90 3 Arizona State Lakeland, Fla. FA-’15 11/0
72 Newton, Derek T 6-6 315 11/16/87 7 Arkansas State Utica, Miss. D7a-’11 6/6
8 Novak, Nick K 6-0 200 8/21/81 10 Maryland Charlottesville, Va. FA-’15 16/0
52 Peters, Brian ILB 6-4 240 10/31/88 3 Northwestern Pickerington, Ohio FA-’15 12/0
35 Pleasant, Eddie S 5-10 200 12/17/88 5 Oregon Compton, Calif. FA-’12 14/0
45 Prosch, Jay FB 6-1 255 8/21/92 4 Auburn Mobile, Ala. D6c-’14 15/1
77 Quessenberry, David G 6-5 306 8/24/90 4 San Jose State Encinitas, Calif. D6a-’13 0*
98 Reader, D.J. NT 6-3 335 7/1/94 2 Clemson Greensboro, N.C. D5b-’16 16/7
22 Rice, Denzel CB 6-0 196 3/31/93 2 Coastal Carolina Winston-Salem, N.C. FA-’16 3/0
38 Roberson, Marcus CB 6-0 191 10/4/92 4 Florida Fort Lauderdale, Fla. FA-’17 7/0*
3 Savage, Tom QB 6-4 230 4/26/90 4 Pittsburgh Springfield, Pa. D4-’14 3/2
57 Scarlett, Brennan OLB 6-4 260 7/31/93 2 Stanford Portland, Ore. FA-’16 7/0
62 Slade, Chad G 6-5 315 5/4/92 2 Auburn Moody, Ala. FA-’15 0*
11 Strong, Jaelen WR 6-2 205 1/25/94 3 Arizona State Philadelphia, Pa. D3-’15 8/2
71 Su’a-Filo, Xavier G 6-4 320 1/1/91 4 UCLA American Fork, Utah D2-’14 16/5
73 Walker, Josh G 6-5 328 6/2/91 3 Middle Tennessee St. Spring City, Tenn. FA-’16 1/0
49 Washington Jr., Tony OLB 6-4 255 6/1/92 2 Oregon West Los Angeles, Calif. FA-’15 0*
99 Watt, J.J. DE 6-5 295 3/22/89 7 Wisconsin Pewaukee, Wisc. D1-’11 3/3
5 Weeden, Brandon QB 6-4 230 10/14/83 6 Oklahoma State Oklahoma City, Okla. W(Dall)-’15 0*
46 Weeks, Jon LS 5-10 250 2/17/86 8 Baylor Bethpage, N.Y. FA-’10 16/0

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* R. Allen last active with Seattle in ’14; Drummond missed ’16 season because of injury; Fairbairn missed ’16 season because of injury;
Giacomini played 5 games with the N.Y. Jets in ’16; Martin missed ’16 season because of injury; Quessenberry missed ’16 season
because of injury; Roberson played 7 games with Buffalo; Slade missed ’15 season because of injury, was on practice squad during ’16
season; Washington missed ’16 season because of injury; Weeden did not play in 16 games.

Traded—QB Brock Osweiler (15 games in ’16) to Cleveland.

Players lost through free agency (5): G Oday Aboushi (Sea; 4 games in ’16), CB A.J. Bouye (Jax; 15), S Quintin Demps (Chi; 13), DB
Don Jones (SF; 13), LB John Simon (Ind; 11).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Ankou, Eli NT 6-3 290 6/8/94 UCLA Ottawa, Ontario, Canada FA
Baylis, Evan TE 6-6 245 11/18/93 Oregon Centennial, Colo. FA
Carter, Cory P 5-9 200 3/5/94 Texas Southern Raymond, Miss. FA
Cole, Dylan ILB 6-0 220 5/19/94 Missouri State Springfield, Mo. FA
Conque, Zach TE 6-6 240 4/22/94 Stephen F. Austin Little Rock, Ark. FA
Cunningham, Zach ILB 6-3 234 12/12/94 Vanderbilt Pinson, Ala. D2
Daniel, T.J. DE 6-6 250 4/5/94 Oregon Oakland, Calif. FA
Davenport, Julién T 6-7 318 1/9/95 Bucknell Paulsboro, N.J. D4a
Decoud, Treston CB 6-2 206 8/1/93 Oregon State Covington, La. D5
Foreman, D’Onta RB 6-0 233 4/24/96 Texas Texas City, Texas D3
Fuller, Kyle C 6-5 307 3/4/94 Baylor Wylie, Texas D7
Gibson, Laurence (1) T 6-6 305 3/19/91 Virginia Tech Fort Bragg, N.C. FA-’16
Godin, Matthew DE 6-6 295 9/30/93 Michigan Novi, Mich. FA
Gray, Deanté WR 5-10 175 2/27/94 Texas Christian Houston, Texas FA
Hardee, Justin WR 6-1 200 2/7/94 Illinois Cleveland, Ohio FA
Hatley, Rickey NT 6-4 270 3/29/94 Missouri Atlanta, Texas FA
Hill, Shaq WR 5-10 180 5/12/93 Eastern Washington Stockton, Calif. FA
Jones, Bryce CB 6-0 180 8/20/94 Akron University Heights, Ohio FA
Lee, Eric (1) OLB 6-3 260 8/6/94 South Florida Daphne, Ala. FA-’16
McCarron, Riley WR 5-9 185 6/16/93 Iowa Dubuque, Iowa FA
Ogunbowale, Dare RB 5-11 200 5/4/94 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wis. FA
Pratt, Dayon OLB 6-4 225 4/23/93 East Carolina Washington, D.C. FA
President, Gimel OLB 6-4 275 6/24/93 Illinois Mt. Pleasant, S.C. FA
Rashad, Shakeel (1) ILB 6-2 240 3/17/94 North Carolina Jacksonville, Fla. FA-’16
Ross, Daniel DE 6-6 325 3/15/93 Northeast Mississippi C.C. Louisville, Ky. FA
Simonich, Jake G 6-5 305 11/24/93 Utah State Danville, Calif. FA
Smith, Malik S 6-0 190 8/28/95 San Diego State Compton, Calif. FA
Thompson, Chris WR 6-0 175 5/9/94 Florida Gainesville, Fla. FA
Virgin, Dee CB 5-10 205 10/29/93 West Alabama Donalsonville, Ga. FA
Watkins, Carlos DE 6-3 309 12/5/93 Clemson Forest City, N.C. D4b
Watson, Deshaun QB 6-2 221 9/14/95 Clemson Gainesville, Ga. D1
Williams, Avery ILB 5-10 210 9/2/94 Temple Baltimore, Md. FA
Wiliams, Wendall (1) WR 5-10 185 9/18/90 Cumberlands Syracuse, N.Y. FA-’16

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

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COACHING STAFF Joined Texans in 2016. line; born November 27, 1985, Boone, N.C.
Head Coach, John Butler, secondary; born April 3, 1973, Wide receiver North Carolina 2004-07. No
Bill O’Brien Abbington, Pa. Defensive back Catholic pro playing experience. College coach:
Pro Career: Bill O’Brien was named the third University 1991-94. No pro playing experi- Juniata 2009-2012, Penn State 2013. Pro
head coach in Houston Texans franchise his- ence. College coach: Catholic University coach: Joined Texans in 2014.
tory on January 3, 2014. O’Brien led the 1995-96, Texas 1997-98, Midwestern State Charles London, running backs; born August
Texans to a second straight AFC South 1999-2000, Texas State 2001-02, Harvard 12, 1975, Dunwoody, Ga. Running back
Division championship in 2016 and third 2003-06, Minnesota 2007-2010, South Duke 1994-96. No pro playing experience.
straight winning season for the first time in Carolina 2011, Penn State 2012-13. Pro College coach: Duke 2004-06, Penn State
franchise history, which made O’Brien just coach: Joined Texans in 2014. 2012-13. Pro coach: Chicago Bears 2007-
the 14th coach in the NFL since 1978 to Doug Colman, asst. special teams; born 09, Tennessee Titans 2011, joined Texans in
begin his head coaching career with three June 4, 1973, Ventnor, N.J. Linebacker 2014.
consecutive winning seasons. In 2016, Nebraska 1991-95. Pro linebacker New York Anthony Midget, asst. secondary; born Feb.
Houston also won its first postseason game Giants 1996-98, Tennessee Titans 1999, 22, 1978, Clewiston, Fla. Cornerback Virginia
since 2012. The Texans finished the season Cleveland Browns 2000. College coach: Tech 1996-99. No pro playing experience.
with the NFL’s top-ranked defense for the first Nebraska 2008-09, Tulane 2010-11, Coastal College coach: Virginia Tech 2007, Georgia
time in franchise history, and won a fran- Carolina 2012-13. Pro coach: Amsterdam State 2008-2012, Penn State 2013. Pro
chise-best seven home games. In 2015, (NFLE) 2007, joined Texans in 2014. coach: Joined Texans in 2014.
Houston became the first NFL team since Romeo Crennel, asst. head coach/defense; Pat O’Hara, offensive assistant/
1950 to earn a trip to the postseason with born June 18, 1947, Lynchburg, Va. quarterbacks; born September 27, 1968,
four different starting quarterbacks winning Defensive lineman/offensive tackle Western Santa Monica, Calif. Quarterback Southern
at least one regular season game and the Kentucky 1966-69. No pro playing experi- California 1987-1990. Pro quarterback Ohio
Texans defense set the franchise single-sea- ence. College coach: Western Kentucky Glory (WLAF) 1992, Orlando Predators (AFL)
son record for sacks. Under O’Brien in 2014, 1970-74, Texas Tech 1975-77, Mississippi 1995-2000, Toronto Phantoms (AFL) 2001-
Houston’s seven-win improvement led the 1978-79, Georgia Tech 1980. Pro coach: 02, Tampa Bay Storm (AFL) 2003-06. Pro
NFL and made the Texans the sixth team New York Giants 1981-1992, New England coach: Tampa Bay Storm (AFL) 2005-08, Los
since 1978 to post a winning season follow- Patriots 1993-96, 2001-04, New York Jets Angeles Avengers (AFL) 2009 (head coach),
ing a season in which it won two or less 1997-99, Cleveland Browns 2000, 2005-08 Tri-Cities Fever (IFL) 2009 (head coach),
games. Prior to Houston, O’Brien was head (head coach 2005-08), Kansas City Chiefs Orlando Predators (AFL) 2010-11 (head
coach at Penn State from 2012-13, and in the 2010-12 (interim head coach, final three coach), New Orleans VooDoo (AFL) 2012-14
latter year won multiple National Coach of the games 2011, head coach 2012), joined (head coach), joined Texans in 2015.
Year awards. From 2007-2011, O’Brien Texans in 2014. John Perry, wide receivers; born June 4,
helped lead the New England Patriots to a pair Mike Devlin, offensive line; born November 1969, Lawrence, Mass. Wide receiver New
of Super Bowl berths, rising from offensive 16, 1969, Blacksburg, Va. Offensive lineman Hampshire 1988-1992. No pro playing expe-
assistant his first season to wide receivers Iowa 1989-1992. Pro offensive lineman rience. College coach: Northeastern 1993,
coach in 2008 and then quarterbacks coach Buffalo Bills 1993-95, Arizona Cardinals Brown 1994-96, New Hampshire 1997-98,
from 2009-2010 prior to his promotion to 1996-99. College coach: Toledo 2004-05. 2007, Dartmouth 1999-2004, Georgetown
offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach in Pro coach: Arizona Cardinals 2000-03, New 2005, Hofstra 2006, Merrimack 2008-2012
2011, when the Patriots advanced to Super York Jets 2006-2014, joined Texans in 2015. (head coach), Delaware 2013. Pro coach:
Bowl XLVI. Career record: 28-23. Craig Fitzgerald, head strength and condi- Joined Texans in 2014.
Background: O’Brien played linebacker and tioning; born September 15, 1972, Sean Ryan, quarterbacks; born May 1, 1972,
defensive end at Brown from 1990-92 and Philadelphia. Tight end Maryland 1992-96. Hudson Falls, N.Y. Defensive back Hamilton
graduated with a double concentration in No pro playing experience. College coach: College 1991-94. College coach: Siena 1997,
political science and organizational behav- Catholic University 1997-98, Arizona State Albany 1998-99, Colgate 2000, Boston
ioral management. O’Brien previously 1999, Maryland 2000-05, Harvard 2005-09, College 2001-02, Columbia 2003-05,
coached collegiately at Brown (1993-94), South Carolina 2009-2011, Penn State 2012- Harvard 2006. Pro coach: New York Giants
Georgia Tech (1995-2002), Maryland (2003- 13. Pro coach: Joined Texans in 2014. 2007-2015, joined Texans in 2016.
04), and Duke (2005-06). Larry Izzo, special teams coordinator; born Mike Vrabel, defensive coordinator; born
Personal: Born on October 23, 1969 in September 26, 1974, Fort Belvoir, Va. August 14, 1975, Akron, Ohio. Defensive end
Dorchester, Mass. He and his wife, Colleen, Linebacker Rice 1992-96. Pro linebacker Ohio State 1993-96. Pro linebacker
have two sons: Jack, 15, and Michael, 12. Miami Dolphins 1996-2000; New England Pittsburgh Steelers 1997-2001, New England
Patriots 2001-08, New York Jets 2009. Pro Patriots 2001-08, Kansas City Chiefs 2009-
ASSISTANT COACHES coach: New York Giants 2011-15, joined 2010. College coach: Ohio State 2011-13.
Brian Bell, strength and conditioning assis- Texans in 2016. Pro coach: Joined Texans in 2014.
tant; born April 4, 1984, Kettering, Md. Tight Tim Kelly, tight ends; born August 17, 1986, Anthony Weaver, defensive line; born July
end Kent State 2002-06. No pro playing Chicago Heights, Ill. Defensive tackle Eastern 28, 1980, Killeen, Texas. Defensive lineman
experience. College coach: Penn State 2012- Illinois 2004-07. No pro playing experience. Notre Dame 1998-2001. Pro defensive line-
13. Pro coach: Joined Texans in 2015. College coach: Illinois Wesleyan 2008-09, man Baltimore Ravens 2002-05, Houston
Jim Bernhardt, director of football research; Minnesota State-Moorehead 2010, Ball State Texans 2006-08. College coach: Florida
born March 26, 1956, New York, N.Y. 2011, Penn State 2012-13. Pro coach: 2010, North Texas 2011. Pro coach: New
Linebacker Hofstra 1974-76. No pro playing Joined Texans in 2014. York Jets 2012, Buffalo Bills 2013, Cleveland
experience. College coach: Georgia 1980-81, Bobby King, linebackers; born June 29, Browns 2014-15, joined Texans in 2016.
Hofstra 1988-89, Brown 1990-93, Central 1978, Louisville, Ky. Linebacker Texas El- Wes Welker, offensive/special teams assis-
Florida 2004-07, Penn State 2012-13. Pro Paso 1998-2000. College coach: Texas El- tant, born May 1, 1981, Oklahoma City, Okla.
coach: Joined Texans in 2014. Paso 2002-03, West Texas A&M 2005, Wide receiver Texas Tech 2000-03, Pro wide
Shane Bowen, defensive assistant; born Baylor 2006-07, West Texas A&M 2008-09. receiver San Diego Chargers 2004, Miami
December 9, 1986, Pickerington, Ohio. Pro coach: Dallas Cowboys 2010, Houston Dolphins 2004-06, New England Patriots
Linebacker Georgia Tech 2006-08. College Texans 2011-13, San Diego Chargers 2014- 2007-2012, Denver Broncos 2013-14, St.
coach: Georgia Tech 2009-2011, Ohio State 16, re-joined Texans in 2017. Louis Rams 2015. Pro coach: Joined Texans
2012, Kennesaw State 2013-15. Pro coach: Will Lawing, offensive assistant/offensive in 2017.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner and CEO: James Irsay Baltimore 1953-1983
Vice Chair/Owner: Carlie Irsay-Gordon (524-464-7)
Vice Chair/Owner: Casey Foyt Records include postseason games
Vice Chair/Owner: Kalen Irsay 1953 Keith Molesworth ..............3-9-0
General Manager: Chris Ballard 1954-1962 Weeb Ewbank ...............61-52-1
Head Coach: Chuck Pagano 1963-69 Don Shula .....................73-26-4
Chief Operating Officer: Pete Ward 1970-72 Don McCafferty*...........26-11-1
Chief Financial Officer: Kurt Humphrey 1972 John Sandusky .................4-5-0
Chief Legal Officer: Dan Emerson 1973-74 Howard Schnellenberger**..4-13-0
Senior Vice President of Business 1974 Joe Thomas......................2-9-0
Development: Matt Godbout 1975-79 Ted Marchibroda ............41-36-0
Vice President of Ticket Operations/Guest 1980-81 Mike McCormack............9-23-0
Services: Larry Hall 1982-84 Frank Kush***..............11-28-1
Senior Director of Communications: 1984 Hal Hunter.........................0-1-0
American Football Conference Avis Roper 1985-86 Rod Dowhower**** .......5-24-0
South Division Vice President of Premium Seating and 1986-1991 Ron Meyer# .................36-36-0
Team Colors: Royal Blue and White Ticket Sales: Greg Hylton 1991 Rick Venturi.....................1-10-0
P.O. Box 535000 Vice President of Player Personnel: 1992-95 Ted Marchibroda ...........32-35-0
Indianapolis, Indiana 46253 Ed Dodds 1996-97 Lindy Infante .................12-21-0
Telephone: (317) 297-2658 Vice President of Player Personnel: 1998-2001 Jim Mora ......................32-34-0
Rex Hogan 2002-08 Tony Dungy...................92-33-0
2017 SCHEDULE Director of Football Administration: 2009-2011 Jim Caldwell .................28-24-0
PRESEASON Mike Bluem 2012-16 Chuck Pagano...............52-34-0
Aug. 13 Detroit ...............................1:30 Director of College Scouting: *Released after five games in 1972
Aug. 19 at Dallas.............................7:00 Morocco Brown **Released after three games in 1974
Aug. 26 at Pittsburgh.......................7:30 Director of Pro Personnel: Kevin Rogers ***Resigned after 15 games in 1984
Aug. 31 Cincinnati ..........................7:00 Vice President of Equipment Operations:
****Released after 13 games in 1986
#Released after five games in 1991
REGULAR SEASON Jon Scott
Sep. 10 at L.A. Rams ......................4:05 Video Director: Erik Kunttu PAID ATTENDANCE
Sep. 17 Arizona .............................1:00 Head Athletic Trainer: Dave Hammer Home 507,057 Away 555,070
Sep. 24 Cleveland .........................1:00 Director of Rehabilitation: Erin Barill Total 1,062,127
Oct. 1 at Seattle ...........................8:30 Assistant Equipment Managers: Single-game home record,
Oct. 8 San Francisco ..................1:00 Sean Sullivan, Mike Mays, 67,650 (1/24/10)
Oct. 16 at Tennessee (Mon)............8:30 Brian Seabrooks Single-season home record,
Oct. 22 Jacksonville .....................1:00 Assistant Trainers: Dave Walston, 520,687 (2010)
Oct. 29 at Cincinnati ......................1:00 Kyle Davis, Kellen Norris
Nov. 5 at Houston ........................1:00 Assistant Video Director: John Starliper 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Nov. 12 Pittsburgh .........................1:00 Round Name Pos. College
Nov. 19 BYE 1 Malik Hooker DB Ohio St.
Nov. 26 Tennessee ........................1:00 2 Quincy Wilson DB Florida
Dec. 3 at Jacksonville ...................1:00 3 Tarell Basham LB Ohio
Dec. 10 at Buffalo ..........................1:00 4 Zach Banner T Southern California
Dec. 14 Denver (Thu) .....................8:25 Marlon Mack RB South Florida
Dec. 23 at Baltimore (Sat) ...............4:30 Grover Stewart DT Albany St. (GA)
Dec. 31 Houston ............................1:00 5 Nate Hairston DB Temple
* All times ET Anthony Walker LB Northwestern

Stadium: Lucas Oil Stadium (opened in
2008) •Capacity: 63,000
500 South Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46225
Playing Surface: FieldTurf
Training Camp: P.O. Box 535000
Indianapolis, IN 46253

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (2-2) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Luck 545 346 4240 63.5 31 13 41/268 96.4
08/13 W 19-18 at Buffalo Tolzien 37 23 216 62.2 1 2 3/21 64.7
08/20 L 18-19 Baltimore McAfee 1 1 35 100.0 0 0 0/0 118.8
08/27 L 23-33 Philadelphia Morrison 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
09/01 W 13-10 at Cincinnati Colts 584 370 4491 63.4 32 15 44/289 94.5
Opponents 582 378 4411 64.9 27 8 33/211 97.5
REGULAR SEASON (8-8)
Date Result Opponent TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
09/11 L 35-39 Detroit SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Butler 3 19 6.3 19 0
09/18 L 20-34 at Denver Vinatieri 0 0 0 44/44 27/31 0 125 Adams 2 56 28.0 56 0
09/25 W 26-22 San Diego Gore 4 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 48 Ayers 1 25 25.0 25 0
10/02 L 27-30 at Jacksonville Turbin 7 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 48 Davis 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/09 W 29-23 Chicago Moncrief 0 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 42 D. Morris 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/16 L 23-26 at Houston (OT) Allen 0 6 0 0/0 0/0 0 38 Colts 8 100 12.5 56 0
10/23 W 34-26 at Tennessee Hilton 0 6 0 0/0 0/0 0 38 Opponents 15 165 11.0 46t 1
10/30 L 14-30 Kansas City Doyle 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 30
11/06 W 31-26 at Green Bay Dorsett 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/20 W 24-17 Tennessee Luck 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 McAfee 55 2711 49.3 19 74
11/24 L 7-28 Pittsburgh Mathis 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Colts 56 2711 48.4 19 74
12/05 W 41-10 at New York Jets Swoope 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 63 2994 47.5 26 78
12/11 L 17-22 Houston Todman 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
Colts 13 32 2 44/44 27/31 0 411 PUNT
12/18 W 34-6 at Minnesota RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
12/24 L 25-33 at Oakland Opponents 12 27 3 34/39 34/40 1 392
2-Pt Conv: Allen, Hilton. Rogers 13 12 119 9.2 30 0
01/01 W 24-20 Jacksonville Bray 7 8 58 8.3 20 0
(OT) Overtime Colts 2-3, Opponents 1-3.
Ferguson 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
SCORE BY PERIODS RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Hilton 1 1 5 5.0 5 0
Colts 84 120 73 134 0 — 411 Gore 263 1025 3.9 22 4 Dorsett 0 1 0 — — 0
Opponents 66 134 65 124 3 — 392 Luck 64 341 5.3 33 2 Colts 22 22 182 8.3 30 0
Turbin 47 164 3.5 18 7 Opponents 17 17 139 8.2 28 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Todman 9 59 6.6 19 0
Colts Opp. Ferguson 15 20 1.3 11 0 KICKOFF
Total First Downs 351 353 Dorsett 2 10 5.0 7 0 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Rushing 93 93 Bray 1 7 7.0 7 0 Todman 16 478 29.9 99t 1
Passing 220 225 Tolzien 6 3 0.5 5 0 Bray 9 231 25.7 39 0
Penalty 38 35 McAfee 1 0 0.0 0 0 Ferguson 4 80 20.0 24 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 87/202 80/193 Moncrief 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0 Hilton 2 5 2.5 5 0
3rd Down Pct. 43.1 41.5 Colts 409 1628 4.0 33 13 Blythe 1 10 10.0 10 0
4th Down: Made/Att 8/18 3/8 Opponents 409 1926 4.7 57t 12 Colts 32 804 25.1 99t 1
4th Down Pct. 44.4 37.5
Opponents 39 825 21.2 40 0
Possession Avg. 30:39 29:21 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Hilton 91 1448 15.9 63t 6 FIELD
Total Net Yards 5830 6126 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Avg. Per Game 364.4 382.9 Doyle 59 584 9.9 24 5
Vinatieri 0/0 3/3 7/7 10/12 7/9
Total Plays 1037 1024 Gore 38 277 7.3 49 4
Colts 0/0 3/3 7/7 10/12 7/9
Avg. Per Play 5.6 6.0 Allen 35 406 11.6 23t 6
Opponents 0/0 9/10 10/11 13/15 2/4
Net Yards Rushing 1628 1926 Dorsett 33 528 16.0 64t 2
Avg. Per Game 101.8 120.4 Moncrief 30 307 10.2 39 7 SACKS No.
Total Rushes 409 409 Turbin 26 179 6.9 19 1 Walden 11.0
Net Yards Passing 4202 4200 Ferguson 20 136 6.8 14 0 Mathis 5.0
Avg. Per Game 262.6 262.5 Rogers 19 273 14.4 36 0 Parry 3.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 44/289 33/211 Swoope 15 297 19.8 45 1 Kerr 2.5
Gross Yards 4491 4411 Bray 3 36 12.0 22 0 Ayers 2.0
Att./Completions 584/370 582/378 Street 1 20 20.0 20 0 Cole 2.0
Completion Pct. 63.4 64.9 Colts 370 4491 12.1 64t 32 E. Jackson 2.0
Had Intercepted 15 8 Opponents 378 4411 11.7 49 27 Edwards 1.0
Punts/Average 56/48.4 63/47.5 McGill 2.0
Net Punting Avg. 56/42.7 63/42.1 Ridgeway 1.5
Penalties/Yards 102/883 125/1159 D. Jackson 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 16/7 18/9 Colts 33.0
Touchdowns 47 42 Opponents 44.0
Rushing 13 12
Passing 32 27
Returns 2 3

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Edgerrin James, 1999-2005...............................................................9,226
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Peyton Manning, 1998-2011 ............................................................54,828
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Peyton Manning, 1998-2011 .................................................................399
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Marvin Harrison, 1996-2008 ..............................................................1,102
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Marvin Harrison, 1996-2008 ............................................................14,580
Interceptions ...................................................................Bobby Boyd, 1960-68.............................................................................57
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Pat McAfee, 2009-2016 .......................................................................46.4
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Ron Gardin, 1970-71 ...........................................................................13.5
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Jim Duncan, 1969-1971 ......................................................................32.6
Field Goals ......................................................................Adam Vinatieri, 2006-2016 ...................................................................267
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Marvin Harrison, 1996-2008 .................................................................128
Points..............................................................................Adam Vinatieri, 2006-2016 ................................................................1,220
*Sacks............................................................................Robert Mathis, 2003-2016.................................................................123.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Edgerrin James, 2000 ........................................................................1,709
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Andrew Luck, 2014............................................................................4,761
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Peyton Manning, 2004 ............................................................................49
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Marvin Harrison, 2002 ......................................................................**143
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Marvin Harrison, 2002 .......................................................................1,722
Interceptions ...................................................................Tom Keane, 1953....................................................................................11
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Pat McAfee, 2016 ................................................................................49.3
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................T.J. Rushing, 2007 ...............................................................................13.1
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Jim Duncan, 1970................................................................................35.4
Field Goals ......................................................................Mike Vanderjagt, 2003.............................................................................37
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Lenny Moore, 1964.................................................................................20
Points..............................................................................Mike Vanderjagt, 2003...........................................................................157
*Sacks............................................................................Robert Mathis, 2013 ............................................................................19.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Edgerrin James, 10-15-00 ....................................................................219
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Peyton Manning, 10-31-04....................................................................472
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Peyton Manning, 9-28-03, 11-25-04 .........................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Reggie Wayne, 10-3-10 ..........................................................................15
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Raymond Berry, 11-10-57.....................................................................224
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Mike Prior, 12-20-92
Field Goals ......................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................5
Last time by Adam Vinatieri, 10-9-16
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Many times ...............................................................................................4
Last time by Joseph Addai, 11-26-06
Points..............................................................................Many times .............................................................................................24
Last time by Joseph Addai, 11-26-06
*Sacks............................................................................Johnie Cooks, 11-25-84 ........................................................................4.5

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
1 Aiken, Kamar WR 6-2 215 5/30/89 5 Central Florida Miami, Fla. UFA(Balt)-’17 16/6*
96 Anderson, Henry DT 6-6 300 8/3/91 3 Stanford Atlanta, Ga. D3-’15 11/2
56 Ayers, Akeem OLB 6-3 255 7/10/89 7 UCLA Los Angeles, Calif. FA-’16 16/0
57 Bostic, Jon ILB 6-1 245 5/5/91 5 Florida Wellington, Fla. UFA(Det)-’17 0*
60 Boyd, Josh DT 6-3 310 8/3/89 4 Mississippi State Philadelphia, Miss. FA-’17 0*
11 Bray, Quan WR 5-10 186 4/28/93 3 Auburn LaGrange, Ga. FA-’15 6/0
20 Butler, Darius S 5-10 188 3/18/86 9 Connecticut Tamarac, Fla. FA-’12 12/7
74 Castonzo, Anthony T 6-7 311 8/9/88 7 Boston College Hawthorn Woods, Ill. D1-’11 16/16
62 Clark, Le’Raven T 6-5 319 4/22/93 2 Texas Tech Rockdale, Texas D3-’16 8/3
21 Davis, Vontae CB 5-11 207 5/27/88 9 Illinois Washington, D.C. T(Mia)-’12 14/14
15 Dorsett, Phillip WR 5-10 185 1/5/93 3 Miami Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. D1-’15 15/7
84 Doyle, Jack TE 6-6 267 5/5/90 5 Western Kentucky Indianapolis, Ind. W(Tenn)-’13 16/14
92 Edwards, Lavar OLB 6-4 275 4/29/90 5 Louisiana State Gretna, La. W(Car)-’16 10/0*
41 Farley, Matthias S 5-11 210 7/15/92 2 Notre Dame Charlotte, N.C. W(Ariz)-’16 16/0
34 Ferguson, Josh RB 5-10 200 5/23/93 2 Illinois Naperville, Ill. FA-’16 16/0
26 Geathers, Clayton S 6-2 220 6/1/92 3 Central Florida Georgetown, S.C. D4-’15 9/9
71 Good, Denzelle T/G 6-5 355 3/8/91 3 Mars Hill Gaffney, S.C. D7-’15 12/10
23 Gore, Frank RB 5-9 217 5/14/83 13 Miami Coral Gables, Fla. UFA(SF)-’15 16/16
32 Green, T.J. S 6-3 205 3/15/95 2 Clemson Sylacauga, Ala. D2-’16 15/4
73 Haeg, Joe T 6-6 304 3/11/93 2 North Dakota State Lake Shore, Minn. D5-’16 15/14
95 Hankins, Johnathan DT 6-2 320 3/30/92 5 Ohio State Dearborn Heights, Mich. UFA(NYG)-’17 16/16*
13 Hilton, T.Y. WR 5-9 180 11/14/89 6 Florida International Miami, Fla. D3-’12 16/16
94 Hunt, Margus DE 6-8 295 7/14/87 5 Southern Methodist Karksi-Nuia, Estonia UFA(Cin)-’17 15/0*
53 Jackson, Edwin ILB 6-0 230 12/19/91 2 Georgia Southern Atlanta, Ga. FA-’15 16/8
78 Kelly, Ryan C 6-4 313 5/30/93 2 Alabama West Chester, Ohio D1-’16 16/16
90 Langford, Kendall DE 6-6 305 1/27/86 10 Hampton Petersburg, Va. FA-’15 7/7
9 Locke, Jeff P 6-0 195 9/27/89 5 UCLA Frankfurt, Germany UFA(Minn)-’17 16/0*
12 Luck, Andrew QB 6-4 240 9/12/89 6 Stanford Houston, Texas D1’-12 15/15
99 McGill, T.Y. DT 6-0 310 11/23/92 3 North Carolina State Jesup, Ga. W(Sea)-’15 13/0
30 Melvin, Rashaan CB 6-2 193 10/2/89 5 Northern Illinois Waukegan, Ill. FA-’16 15/9
75 Mewhort, Jack T/G 6-6 312 8/30/91 4 Ohio State Toledo, Ohio D2-’14 10/10
40 Milton, Chris CB 5-11 190 9/15/92 2 Georgia Tech Folkston, Ga. FA-’16 6/1
52 Mingo, Barkevious OLB 6-4 240 10/4/90 5 Louisiana State Belle Glade, Fla. UFA(NE)-’17 16/0*
28 Mitchel, Tevin CB 6-0 190 8/3/92 2 Arkansas Mansfield, Texas W(Wash)-’15 0*
10 Moncrief, Donte WR 6-2 222 8/6/93 4 Mississippi Raleigh, Miss. D3-’14 9/7
35 Morris, Darryl CB 5-10 188 9/4/90 5 Texas State San Antonio, Texas FA-’16 12/2
44 Morrison, Antonio ILB 6-1 235 12/6/94 2 Florida Bellwood, Ill. D4-’16 16/4
48 Mount, Deiontrez OLB 6-5 249 2/26/93 2 Louisville Fort Walton Beach, Fla. FA-’16 1/0
54 Parry, David DT 6-2 310 3/7/92 3 Stanford Marion, Iowa D5-’15 16/16
91 Ridgeway, Hassan DT 6-3 317 11/2/94 2 Texas Mansfield, Texas D4-’16 16/5
80 Rogers, Chester WR 6-1 180 1/12/94 2 Grambling State Huntsville, Ala. FA-’16 14/2
66 Schwenke, Brian C/G 6-3 315 3/22/91 5 California Oceanside, Calif. UFA(Tenn)-’17 16/3*
93 Sheard, Jabaal OLB 6-3 265 5/10/89 7 Pittsburgh Hollywood Hills, Fla. UFA(NE)-’17 15/8*
51 Simon, John OLB 6-1 260 10/14/90 5 Ohio State Youngstown, Ohio UFA(Hou)-’17 11/5*
65 Sokoli, Kristjan DE 6-5 300 9/24/91 2 Buffalo Bloomfield, N.J. FA-’16 0*
55 Spence, Sean ILB 5-11 231 6/7/90 6 Miami Miami, Fla. UFA(Tenn)-’17 15/6*
86 Swoope, Erik TE 6-5 257 5/8/92 2 Miami Lake Elsinore, Calif. FA-’14 16/4
16 Tolzien, Scott QB 6-2 213 9/4/87 7 Wisconsin Rolling Meadows, Ill. UFA(GB)-’16 3/1
33 Turbin, Robert RB 5-10 225 12/2/89 6 Utah State Fremont, Calif. UFA(Dall)-’16 15/0
4 Vinatieri, Adam K 6-0 206 12/28/72 22 South Dakota State Rapid City, S.D. UFA(NE)-’06 16/0
85 Williams, Brandon TE 6-3 247 10/12/87 5 Oregon Merrionette Park, Ill. UFA(Sea)-’17 16/1*
36 Williamson, Andrew S 6-1 212 11/18/92 2 Vanderbilt San Antonio, Texas FA-’16 0*
97 Woods, Al NT 6-4 307 3/25/87 8 Louisiana State Jennings, La. FA-’17 12/7*

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* Aiken played 16 games with Baltimore in ’16; Bostic missed ’16 season because of injury with Detroit; Boyd last active with Green Bay
in ’15; Edwards played 5 games with Carolina and 5 games with Indianapolis; Hankins played 16 games with the New York Giants; Hunt
played 15 games with Cincinnati; Locke played 16 games with Minnesota; Mingo played 16 games with New England; Mitchel spent por-
tion of ’16 season on Indianapolis practice squad; Schwenke played 16 games with Tennessee; Sheard played 15 games with New
England; Simon played 11 games with Houston; Sokoli spent portion of ’16 season on Indianapolis active roster/practice squad; Spence
played 15 games with Tennessee; Williams played 16 games with Seattle; Williamson missed ’16 season because of injury; Woods
played 12 games with Tennessee.

Traded—TE Dwayne Allen (14 games in ’16) to New England.

Players lost through free agency (3): S Mike Adams (Car; 15 games in ’16), OLB Chris Carter (Wash; 14),
G Hugh Thornton (Atl; 0).

Also played with Colts in ’16—OLB Trevor Bates (1 game), C Austin Blythe (8), TE Chase Coffman (2), OLB Trent Cole (7),
CB Antonio Cromartie (4), S Winston Guy (2), C Jonothan Harrison (13), ILB D’Qwell Jackson (12), CB Charles James II (1),
DT Arthur Jones (8), NT Zach Kerr (12), ILB Deon King (4), OLB Curt Maggitt (9), OLB Robert Mathis (14), P Pat McAfee (16),
ILB Josh McNary (16), ILB Sio Moore (4), LS Matt Overton (16), T/G Joe Reitz (12), CB Patrick Robinson (7), WR Devin Street (5),
RB Jordan Todman (16), T Jeremy Vujnovich (2), OLB Erik Walden (16), S Duke Williams (1), CB Frankie Williams (3).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Alie-Cox, Mo TE 6-7 250 9/19/93 Virginia Commonwealth Alexandria, Va. FA
Banner, Zach T 6-9 360 12/25/93 Southern California Tacoma, Wash. D4
Basham, Tarell OLB 6-4 262 3/18/94 Ohio Rocky Mount, Va. D3
Blackmon, Danté CB 5-11 180 9/28/93 Kennesaw State Covington, Ga. FA
Bond, Deyshawn G 6-1 302 8/19/94 Cincinnati Indianapolis, Ind. FA
Cooper, Fahn (1) T 6-5 306 4/30/93 Mississippi Crystal Lake, Ill. FA
Crossan, Dalton RB 5-11 202 2/25/94 New Hampshire Lake Ronkonkoma, N.Y. FA
Daniels, Darrell TE 6-3 247 11/22/94 Washington Pittsburg, Calif. FA
Graham Jr., Tyson S 6-2 210 12/20/93 South Dakota Pompano Beach, Fla. FA
Griffey, Trey WR 6-2 209 1/19/94 Arizona Orlando, Fla. FA
Hairston, Nate CB 6-0 193 6/30/94 Temple Frederick, Md. D5
Hennessy, Thomas LS 6-2 246 6/11/94 Duke Bardonia, N.Y. FA
Hightower, Lee (1) S 6-2 200 7/28/93 Houston Inglewood, Calif. FA
Hooker, Malik S 6-2 205 4/1/96 Ohio State New Castle, Pa. D1
Howard, Bug WR 6-4 221 11/28/94 North Carolina Rochelle, Ga. FA
Jeter, Colin TE 6-6 251 5/23/95 Louisiana State Longview, Texas FA
Leak, Marcus (1) WR 6-0 210 11/19/92 Maryland Charlotte, N.C. FA-’16
Mack, Marlon RB 5-11 213 3/7/96 South Florida Sarasota, Fla. D4
Morris, Stephen (1) QB 6-2 218 8/27/92 Miami Miami, Fla. FA-’15
Muir, Blake (1) G 6-6 315 5/10/91 Baylor Sutherland, Australia FA
Natson, JoJo WR 5-7 159 2/1/94 Akron Lauderdale, Fla. FA
Porter, Reginald CB 5-11 185 7/13/94 Utah Amite, La. FA
Radcliff, Brandon RB 5-9 206 3/18/93 Louisville Miami, Fla. FA
Redmond, Adam (1) G 6-6 290 5/19/93 Harvard Strongsville, Ohio FA-’16
Rhodes, Luke (1) ILB 6-2 242 12/2/92 William & Mary Hollidaysburg, Pa. FA-’16
Riles, Al-Damion WR 5-11 215 9/17/93 Louisiana-Lafayette Covington, La. FA
Sanchez, Rigoberto P 6-0 193 9/8/94 Hawaii Chico, Calif. FA
Sickels, Garrett OLB 6-4 261 9/24/94 Penn State Red Bank, N.J. FA
Smith, Tevaun (1) WR 6-2 205 1/30/93 Iowa Toronto, Ontario FA-’16
Stewart, Grover DT 6-4 347 10/23/93 Albany State Camilla, Ga. D4
Thomas, Jhaustin DE 6-5 292 4/13/93 Iowa State Atlanta, Ga. FA
Ugokwe, Jerry T 6-7 321 2/24/94 William & Mary Bowie, Md. FA
Vujnovich, Jeremy (1) T 6-5 300 10/12/90 Louisiana College Belle Chasse, La. FA-’16
Walker, Anthony ILB 6-1 235 8/8/95 Northwestern Miami, Fla. D5
Walker, Phillip QB 5-11 214 2/26/95 Temple Elizabeth, N.J. FA
Wilson, Quincy CB 6-1 213 8/16/96 Florida Fort Lauderdale, Fla. D2
Wylie, Andrew T 6-6 310 8/19/94 Eastern Michigan Midland, Mich. FA

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regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
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INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
COACHING STAFF Gary Emanuel, defensive line; born October 30, Pro coach: Atlanta Falcons 2007-08, St. Louis
Head Coach, 1958, New London, Conn. Offensive lineman Rams 2009-2011, Kansas City Chiefs 2012,
Chuck Pagano Westchester (N.Y.) C.C. 1976-78, Plymouth joined Colts in 2013.
Pro Career: Named head coach of the State 1979-1980. No pro playing experience. Ted Monachino, defensive coordinator; born
Indianapolis Colts on January 25, 2012. In five College coach: Plymouth State 1981-84, West October 15, 1966, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
years, Chuck Pagano’s .613 winning percent- Chester 1985-86, Massachusetts 1986-88, Defensive lineman Missouri 1988-1990. No
age ranks fifth among NFL active head coach- Dartmouth 1988-1991, Syracuse 1991-93, pro playing experience. College coach: Texas
es. In the process, he became only the second Washington State 1994-96, Purdue 1997-2004, Christian 1996-97, James Madison 1998,
head coach in NFL history to earn 11 wins in San Jose State 2007, Rutgers 2008-09, Purdue Southwest Missouri State 1999, Boise State
each of his first three seasons with a team. 2010-11. Pro coach: San Francisco 49ers 2000, Arizona State 2001-05. Pro coach:
Under Pagano, the Colts went 33 games with- 2005-06, joined Colts in 2012. Jacksonville Jaguars 2006-09, Baltimore
out losing two in a row from September 9, Joe Gilbert, asst. offensive line; born January Ravens 2010-15, joined Colts in 2016.
2012 – September 7, 2014, which is the 22, 1965, Horseheads, N.Y. Offensive lineman Joe Philbin, asst. head coach/offensive line;
longest such streak in franchise history to Hamilton University 1984-87. No pro playing born July 2, 1961, Springfield, Mass. Tight
start a career. In 2014, Pagano led the Colts to experience. College coach: Albany 1987-88, end Washington & Jefferson 1980. No pro
their first AFC Championship Game since Pennsylvania 1989-1990, Northeastern 1991- playing experience. College coach: Tulane
2009. In 2013, Indianapolis earned the divi- 93, Maine 1994-99, Mansfield 2000 (head 1984-85, Worcester Tech 1986-87, U.S.
sion title and won an AFC Wild Card Playoff coach), Toledo 2001-03, Central Florida 2004- Merchant Marine Academy 1988-89,
game against the Kansas City Chiefs that 06, Toledo 2007, Houston 2008, Illinois 2009- Allegheny 1990-93, Ohio 1994, Northeastern
marked the second-largest comeback in NFL 2011. Pro coach: Joined Colts in 2012. 1995-96, Harvard 1997-98, Iowa 1999-2002.
postseason history. In 2012, the Colts over- Frank Giufre, offensive quality control; born Pro coach: Green Bay Packers 2003-2011,
came the loss of Pagano to acute promyelo- April 5, 1977, Canastota, N.Y. Offensive line- Miami Dolphins 2012-15 (head coach), joined
cytic leukemia for 12 games and responded man Syracuse 1995-99. No pro playing expe- Colts in 2016.
with seven fourth quarter or overtime game- rience. College coach: Miami 2001-03, Jeff Popovich, defensive quality control; born
winning drives en route to an 11-5 campaign. Sacred Heart 2004-06, Maine 2007-2011. October 26, 1977, Tucson, Ariz. Safety Miami
Previously coched with the Baltimore Ravens Pro coach: Joined Colts in 2012. 1996-99. Pro safety Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(2008-2011), the last as the team’s defensive Jim Herrmann, linebackers; born December 8, 2000, Barcelona Dragons (NFL Europe) 2001,
coordinator. Pagano also coached with the 1960, Cincinnati, Ohio. Linebacker Michigan Atlanta Falcons 2001. College coach: Miami
Oakland Raiders (2005-06) and Cleveland 1979-1982. No pro playing experience. 2000, 2005-06, Florida International 2007-
Browns (2001-04). Career record: 52-34. College coach: Michigan 1983, 1986-2005. 2012, Texas-San Antonio 2013-15. Pro
Background: Pagano was a safety at Pro coach: New York Jets 2006-08, New York coach: Joined Colts in 2016.
Wyoming from 1980-83. Coached collegiately Giants 2009-2015, joined Colts in 2016. Brian Schottenheimer, quarterbacks; born
at Southern California (1984-85), Miami Jim Hostler, tight ends; born November 11, October 16, 1973, Denver, Colo. Quarterback
(1986), Boise State (1987-88), East Carolina 1966, Pittsburgh, Pa. Defensive back Indiana Kansas 1992, Florida 1993-96. No pro playing
(1989), Nevada-Las Vegas (1990-91), East (Pa.) 1986-89. No pro playing experience. experience. College coach: Syracuse 1999,
Carolina (1992-94), Miami (1995-2000) and College coach: Indiana (Pa.) 1990-92, 1994- Southern California 2000, Georgia 2015. Pro
North Carolina (2007). 99, Juniata (Pa.) 1993. Pro coach: Kansas coach: St. Louis Rams 1997, Kansas City
Personal: Born in Boulder, Colo. on October City Chiefs 2000, New Orleans Saints 2001- Chiefs 1998, Washington Redskins 2001, San
2, 1960. He and wife, Tina, have three daugh- 02, New York Jets 2003-04, San Francisco Diego Chargers 2002-05, New York Jets
ters, Tara, Taylor, Tori, and three granddaugh- 49ers 2005-07, Baltimore Ravens 2008- 2006-2011, St. Louis Rams 2012-2014,
ters, Avery, Addison and Zoey. His brother, 2013, Buffalo Bills 2014, joined Colts in 2015. joined Colts in 2016.
John, serves as the Oakland Raiders’ assistant Richard Howell, asst. strength & conditioning; Jemal Singleton, running backs; born Dec. 7,
head coach-defense. born February 19, 1972, Bladenboro, N.C. 1975, Incirlik, Turkey. Halfback Air Force
Quarterback Davidson 1990-93. No pro play- 1996-99. No pro playing experience. College
ASSISTANT COACHES ing experience. College coach: Davidson coach: Air Force 2000, 2003-2010, Oklahoma
Tim Berbenich, offensive assistant/asst. quar- 1994-98, North Carolina 1998-99. Pro coach: State 2011-14, Arkansas 2015. Pro coach:
terbacks; born Dec. 19, 1979, Huntington, N.Y. Barcelona Dragons (NFLE) 1999, joined Colts Joined Colts in 2016.
Wide receiver Hamilton College 1999-2002. in 2000. Shawn Terlecky, defensive assistant; born
No pro playing experience. Pro coach: New Darren Krein, head strength & conditioning; May 25, 1975, Niles, Ohio. Safety Mercyhurst
York Jets 2002-05, Tampa Bay Buccaneers born July 7, 1971, Aurora, Colo. 1993-95. No pro playing experience. College
2006-2011, joined Colts in 2013. Linebacker/defensive end Miami 1989-1993. coach: Mercyhurst 2004, 2008-2010, North
Rob Chudzinski, offensive coordinator; born Pro linebacker San Diego Chargers 1994, Carolina 2005-08, Louisiana State 2010-12.
May 12, 1968, Toledo, Ohio. Tight end Miami Barcelona Dragons (NFLE) 1996. Pro coach: Pro coach: Joined Colts in 2013.
1986-1990. No pro playing experience. Seattle Seahawks 1997-98, 2001-09, Miami Brad White, outside linebackers; born August
College coach: Miami 1994-2003. Pro coach: Dolphins 2011-15, joined Colts in 2016. 13, 1982, Concord, Mass. Linebacker Georgia
Cleveland Browns 2004, 2007-08, 2013 Sanjay Lal, wide receivers; born July 23, 2000, Wake Forest 2002-04. No pro playing
(head coach 2013), San Diego Chargers 1969, London, England. Wide receiver experience. College coach: Wake Forest 2007-
2005-06, 2009-2010, Carolina Panthers Washington 1990-92. Pro wide receiver 08, Murray State 2009, Air Force 2010-11.
2011-12, joined Colts in 2014. Oakland Raiders 1995, St. Louis Rams 1998, Pro coach: Joined Colts in 2012.
Maurice Drayton, asst. special teams; born Scottish Claymores (NFLE) 1999. College Greg Williams, defensive backs; born March
Oct. 5, 1976, Moncks Corner, S.C. Defensive coach: Los Medanos (CA) College 2003, Saint 12, 1976, Chicago, Ill. Wide receiv-
back The Citadel 1994-98. No pro playing Mary’s (CA) 2004, California 2004-06. Pro er/defensive back North Carolina 1994-97.
experience. College coach: The Citadel 1999- coach: Oakland Raiders 2007-2011, New York Pro defensive back Amsterdam Admirals
2005, South Carolina State 2008-09, Coastal Jets 2012-14, Buffalo Bills 2015-16, joined (NFLE) 1999-2000, San Francisco Demons
Carolina 2010-11, Southern Mississippi 2012, Colts in 2017. (XFL) 2001, Indiana Firebirds (AFL) 2001-03,
The Citadel 2014-15. Pro coach: Charleston Tom McMahon, special teams coordinator; Chicago Rush (AFL) 2004. College coach:
Swamp Foxes (Arena 2 Football League) born July 12, 1969, Helena, Mont. Carroll Arizona State 2003, College of DuPage 2004-
2000-02, Seinajoki Crocodiles (European College 1988-1991. No pro playing experi- 05, Arkansas Tech 2006-07, Pittsburgh 2008.
Football League) 2006, Montreal Alouettes ence. College coach: Carroll College 1992, Pro coach: San Diego Chargers 2009-2015,
(CFL) 2013, joined Colts in 2016. 1994, Utah State 1995-2005, Louisville 2006. joined Colts in 2016.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner: Shahid Khan (160-203-0)
President: Mark Lamping Records include postseason games
Executive Vice President of Football 1995-2002 Tom Coughlin.............72-64-0
Operations: Tom Coughlin 2003-2011 Jack Del Rio* ............69-73-0
General Manager: David Caldwell
2011 Mel Tucker .....................2-3-0
Senior Vice President, Communications:
Dan Edwards 2012 Mike Mularkey .............2-14-0
Senior Vice President, Chief Financial 2013-16 Gus Bradley** ...........14-48-0
Officer: Kelly Flanagan 2016 Doug Marrone................1-1-0
Senior Vice President, Sales & Service: *Released after 11 games in 2011
Chad Johnson **Released after 14 games in 2016
Senior Vice President, Corporate
Partnerships: Scott Massey PAID ATTENDANCE
Senior Vice President, International Home 466,424 Away 499,381
Development: Hussain Naqi Total 965,805
American Football Conference Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Single-game home record,
South Division Officer: Megha Parekh 74,143 (12/28/98), EverBank Field
Senior Vice President, Jaguars
Team Colors: Teal, Black, and Gold 83,755 (10/2/16), Wembley Stadium
Foundation – Community Impact:
EverBank Field Peter Racine Single-season home record,
One EverBank Field Drive Vice President, Marketing & Digital 561,472 (1998)
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Media: Steve Ziff
Telephone: (904) 633-6000 Director, Strategic Initiatives: Nik Sobic 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
PLAYER PERSONNEL Round Name Pos. College
2017 SCHEDULE Director, Professional Scouting: 1 Leonard Fournette RB Louisiana St.
PRESEASON Chris Polian 2 Cam Robinson T Alabama
Aug. 10 at New England ..................7:30 Assistant Director, Player Personnel: 3 Dawuane Smoot DE Illinois
Andy Dengler 4 Dede Westbrook WR Oklahoma
Aug. 17 Tampa Bay.........................8:00
Director, Pro Personnel: Chris Driggers
Aug. 24 Carolina.............................7:30 5 Blair Brown LB Ohio
Assistant Director, Pro Personnel:
Aug. 31 at Atlanta............................7:00 DeJuan Polk 7 Jalen Myrick DB Minnesota
Director, College Scouting: Mark Ellenz Marquez Williams FB Miami
REGULAR SEASON Assistant Director, College Personnel:
Sep. 10 at Houston ........................1:00 Tim Mingey
Sep. 17 Tennessee ........................1:00 Assistant Director, College Scouting:
Sep. 24 Baltimore (London) .....9:30 AM Paul Roell
Oct. 1 at N.Y. Jets .........................1:00 College Scouts: Jason DesJarlais,
Oct. 8 at Pittsburgh ......................1:00 Jarrod Highberger, Jared Kirksey,
Marty Miller, Antonio Robinson
Oct. 15 L.A. Rams..........................4:05 Scouting Assistant: Casey Belongia
Oct. 22 at Indianapolis ...................1:00 Scouting Associate: Greg Jones
Oct. 29 BYE Assistant to the General Manager and
Nov. 5 Cincinnati .........................1:00 Administrator of Football Operations:
Nov. 12 L.A. Chargers ....................1:00 Dana DesJarlais
Nov. 19 at Cleveland ......................1:00 Scouting Coordinator: Leslie Ladd
Nov. 26 at Arizona ..........................4:25 FOOTBALL OPERATIONS
Dec. 3 Indianapolis ......................1:00 Senior Vice President, Football
Dec. 10 Seattle ..............................1:00 Administration & Technology: Tony Khan
Dec. 17 Houston ............................1:00 Special Assistant to the G.M.: John Idzik
Director, Football Technology & Facilities:
Dec. 24 at San Francisco ...............4:05 Mike Perkins
Dec. 31 at Tennessee .....................1:00 Head Athletic Trainer: Scott Trulock
* All times ET Director, Team Security: Skip Richardson
Stadium: EverBank Field Director, Football Administration:
(opened in 1995) Tim Walsh
•Capacity: 64,428 Director, Player Development & Youth
One EverBank Field Drive Football: Marcus Pollard
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Director, Football Operations:
Playing Surface: Grass Hamzah Ahmad
Head Equipment Manager: Jimmy Luck
Training Camp: EverBank Field
FRONT OFFICE
One EverBank Field Drive Vice President, Corporate Partnerships:
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 Mike DeMartino
EVERBANK FIELD
Vice President, Finance: Mark Sirota
General Counsel: Cassie Sadowitz
Senior Manager, Public Relations:
Tad Dickman
Manager, Business PR & Strategy:
Amanda Holt
Public Relations Coordinator:
Alex Brooks
Public Relations Assistants:
Andy Esworthy, Gaby Moran

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (1-3) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Bortles 625 368 3905 58.9 23 16 34/197 78.8
08/11 L 13-17 at New York Jets Lee 1 1 20 100.0 1 0 0/0 158.3
08/20 L 21-27 Tampa Bay Jaguars 626 369 3925 58.9 24 16 34/197 79.5
08/28 W 26-21 Cincinnati Opponents 551 345 3627 62.6 20 7 33/183 88.5
09/01 L 15-17 at Atlanta
TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
REGULAR SEASON (3-13) SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Ramsey 2 65 32.5 35 1
Date Result Opponent Myers 0 0 0 29/32 27/34 0 110 T. Smith 2 0 0.0 0 0
09/11 L 23-27 Green Bay A. Robinson 0 6 0 0/0 0/0 0 38 Gipson 1 30 30.0 30 0
09/18 L 14-38 at San Diego Bortles 3 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 26 Ngakoue 1 9 9.0 9 0
09/25 L 17-19 Baltimore Lee 0 3 1 0/0 0/0 0 24 Posluszny 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/02 W 30-27 Indianapolis Thomas 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Jaguars 7 104 14.9 35 1
10/16 W 17-16 at Chicago Hurns 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Opponents 16 308 19.3 51t 3
10/23 L 16-33 Oakland Ivory 3 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 18
10/27 L 22-36 at Tennessee C. Grant 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/06 L 14-19 at Kansas City Walters 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Nortman 77 3589 46.6 27 78
11/13 L 21-24 Houston Yeldon 1 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Jaguars 77 3589 46.6 27 78
11/20 L 19-26 at Detroit Benn 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 82 3774 46.0 33 61
11/27 L 21-28 at Buffalo Koyack 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
12/04 L 10-20 Denver Lewis 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNT
12/11 L 16-25 Minnesota Ramsey 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
12/18 L 20-21 at Houston Jaguars 8 24 2 29/32 27/34 0 318 Greene 21 5 131 6.2 42 0
12/24 W 38-17 Tennessee Opponents 17 20 4 36/40 38/41 1 400 Walters 17 16 86 5.1 14 0
01/01 L 20-24 at Indianapolis 2-Pt Conv: Bortles, A. Robinson. Lee 2 3 3 1.5 3 0
Jaguars 2-2, Opponents 1-1. Jaguars 40 24 220 5.5 42 0
SCORE BY PERIODS
Opponents 31 19 389 12.5 57 1
Jaguars 51 90 64 113 0 — 318 RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Opponents 57 134 99 110 0 — 400 Yeldon 130 465 3.6 16 1 KICKOFF
Ivory 117 439 3.8 42 3 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
2016 TEAM STATISTICS
Bortles 58 359 6.2 27 3 Lee 18 545 30.3 100t 1
Jaguars Opp.
C. Grant 32 164 5.1 57t 1 C. Grant 13 268 20.6 32 0
Total First Downs 321 305
D. Robinson 41 144 3.5 9 0 Benn 2 16 8.0 16 0
Rushing 75 93
Lee 6 35 5.8 11 0 Walters 2 39 19.5 23 0
Passing 207 174
B. Hill 2 11 5.5 7 0 D. Robinson 1 13 13.0 13 0
Penalty 39 38
Banyard 2 7 3.5 7 0 C. Smith 1 0 0.0 0 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 78/221 83/224
Wynn 2 5 2.5 7 0 Jaguars 37 881 23.8 100t 1
3rd Down Pct. 35.3 37.1
Walters 1 4 4.0 4 0 Opponents 13 273 21.0 53 0
4th Down: Made/Att 7/16 6/13
Henne 1 -2 -2.0 -2 0
4th Down Pct. 43.8 46.2 FIELD
Jaguars 392 1631 4.2 57t 8
Possession Avg. 29:09 30:51 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Opponents 446 1703 3.8 75t 17
Total Net Yards 5359 5147 Myers 0/0 7/7 3/4 10/11 7/12
Avg. Per Game 334.9 321.7 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD Jaguars 0/0 7/7 3/4 10/11 7/12
Total Plays 1052 1030 A. Robinson 73 883 12.1 42 6 Opponents 0/0 10/10 10/10 13/15 5/6
Avg. Per Play 5.1 5.0 Lee 63 851 13.5 51 3
Net Yards Rushing 1631 1703 Yeldon 50 312 6.2 17 1 SACKS No.
Avg. Per Game 101.9 106.4 Hurns 35 477 13.6 42t 3 Sacks
Total Rushes 392 446 Thomas 30 281 9.4 24 4 Ngakoue 8.0
Net Yards Passing 3728 3444 Walters 24 231 9.6 23 2 Jackson 6.5
Avg. Per Game 233.0 215.3 Ivory 20 186 9.3 37 0 Fowler 4.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 34/197 33/183 Lewis 20 169 8.5 37 1 Marks 3.5
Gross Yards 3925 3627 Koyack 19 161 8.5 17 1 Alualu 2.5
Att./Completions 626/369 551/345 Sterling 12 110 9.2 17 0 Posluszny 1.5
Completion Pct. 58.9 62.6 Benn 5 116 23.2 51t 1 Colvin 1.0
Had Intercepted 16 7 Greene 5 32 6.4 9 0 Cyprien 1.0
Punts/Average 77/46.6 82/46.0 C. Grant 4 35 8.8 15t 1 Day 1.0
Net Punting Avg. 77/39.5 82/42.6 D. Robinson 3 22 7.3 11 0 Odrick 1.0
Penalties/Yards 129/1178 101/948 Ellis 3 11 3.7 6 0 C. Smith 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 23/13 18/6 Bortles 1 20 20.0 20t 1 T. Smith 1.0
Touchdowns 34 41 Wynn 1 19 19.0 19 0 Jack 0.5
Rushing 8 17 Washington 1 9 9.0 9 0 Johnson 0.5
Passing 24 20 Jaguars 369 3925 10.6 51t 24 Jaguars 33.0
Returns 2 4 Opponents 345 3627 10.5 64t 20 Opponents 34.0

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Fred Taylor, 1998-2008 ....................................................................11,271
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Mark Brunell, 1995-2003 .................................................................25,698
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Mark Brunell, 1995-2003 ......................................................................144
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Jimmy Smith, 1995-2005 .....................................................................862
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Jimmy Smith, 1995-2005 ................................................................12,287
Interceptions ...................................................................Rashean Mathis, 2003-2012 ...................................................................30
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Bryan Anger, 2012-15 ..........................................................................46.8
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Bobby Shaw, 2002...............................................................................12.4
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Maurice Jones-Drew, 2006-2013 .........................................................26.0
Field Goals ......................................................................Josh Scobee, 2004-2014......................................................................235
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Maurice Jones-Drew, 2006-2013 ............................................................81
Points..............................................................................Josh Scobee, 2004-2014...................................................................1,022
*Sacks............................................................................Tony Brackens, 1996-2003 ..................................................................55.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Maurice Jones-Drew, 2011 ................................................................1,606
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Blake Bortles, 2015............................................................................4,428
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Blake Bortles, 2015.................................................................................35
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Jimmy Smith, 1999...............................................................................116
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Jimmy Smith, 1999............................................................................1,636
Interceptions ...................................................................Rashean Mathis, 2006 ..............................................................................8
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Bryan Anger, 2012 ...............................................................................47.8
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Rashad Greene Sr., 2015......................................................................16.7
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Maurice Jones-Drew, 2006 ..................................................................27.7
Field Goals ......................................................................Mike Hollis, 1997, 1999 ..........................................................................31
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Fred Taylor, 1998.....................................................................................17
Points..............................................................................Mike Hollis, 1997 ..................................................................................134
*Sacks............................................................................Tony Brackens, 1999 ...........................................................................12.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Fred Taylor, 11-19-00 ............................................................................234
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Mark Brunell, 9-22-96...........................................................................432
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Blake Bortles, 12-6-15 ..............................................................................5
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Keenan McCardell, 10-20-96...................................................................16
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Jimmy Smith, 9-10-00 ..........................................................................291
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................2
Last time by Davon House, 11-15-15
Field Goals ......................................................................Mike Hollis, 12-1-96, 11-30-97, 9-10-00 ..................................................5
Josh Scobee, 11-25-07, 10-10-10............................................................5
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................James Stewart, 10-12-97 .........................................................................5
Points..............................................................................James Stewart, 10-12-97 .......................................................................30
*Sacks............................................................................Kelvin Pritchett, 10-5-97.........................................................................3.0
John Henderson, 10-6-02 ......................................................................3.0
Paul Spicer, 9-25-05 ..............................................................................3.0
Chris Clemons, 11-23-14.......................................................................3.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
76 t- Albert, Branden OL 6-5 314 11/4/84 10 Virginia Rochester, N.Y. T(Mia)-’17 12/12*
17 Benn, Arrelious WR 6-2 228 9/8/88 7 Illinois Washington, D.C. FA-’16 15/0
96 Bennett, Michael DT 6-2 287 2/24/93 3 Ohio State Centerville, Ohio D6-’15 0*
40 Bohanon, Tommy FB 6-1 246 9/10/90 4 Wake Forest Fort Myers, Fla. FA-’17 0*
5 Bortles, Blake QB 6-5 236 4/28/92 4 Central Florida Oviedo, Fla. D1-’14 16/16
21 Bouye, A.J. CB 6-0 191 8/16/91 5 Central Florida Tucker, Ga. UFA(Hou)-’17 15/11*
70 Bowanko, Luke OL 6-6 300 6/13/91 4 Virginia Clifton, Va. D6-’14 2/0
93 Campbell, Calais DL 6-8 300 9/1/86 10 Miami Aurora, Co. UFA(Ariz)-’17 16/16*
60 Cann, A.J. OL 6-3 315 10/23/91 3 South Carolina Bamberg, S.C. D3-’15 16/16
94 Charles, Stefan DT 6-5 302 6/9/88 5 Regina Toronto, Ont. UFA(Det)-’17 12/0*
42 Church, Barry S 6-2 218 2/11/88 8 Toledo Pittsburgh, Pa. UFA(Dall)-’17 12/12*
57 Cole, Audie LB 6-5 248 6/1/89 6 North Carolina State Monroe, Mich. UFA(Minn)-’17 16/0*
22 Colvin, Aaron CB 6-0 193 10/2/91 4 Oklahoma Tulsa, Okla. D4-’14 10/4
92 Day, Sheldon DT 6-1 294 7/1/94 2 Notre Dame Indianapolis, Ind. D4-’16 16/0
41 Dixon, Brian CB 6-0 195 4/26/90 4 Northwest Missouri St. Pompano Beach, Fla. FA-’17 5/0
48 Ellis, Alex TE 6-4 245 2/10/93 2 Tennessee Salisbury, Md. FA-’16 6/3
56 Fowler Jr., Dante DE 6-3 255 8/3/94 3 Florida St. Petersburg, Fla. D1-’15 16/1
39 Gipson, Tashaun S 5-11 212 8/7/90 6 Wyoming Dallas, Texas UFA(Cle)-’16 16/16
99 Goodman, Malliciah DE 6-4 276 1/4/90 5 Clemson Florence, S.C. FA-’17 3/0*
30 Grant, Corey RB 5-11 203 12/19/91 3 Auburn Opelika, Ala. FA-’15 11/1
26 Grant, Doran CB 5-10 196 11/30/92 2 Ohio State Akron, Ohio FA-’16 0*
13 Greene Sr., Rashad WR 5-11 186 9/23/92 3 Florida State Albany, Ga. D5-’15 8/0
7 Henne, Chad QB 6-3 222 7/2/85 10 Michigan Wyomissing, Pa. UFA(Mia)-’12 1/0
36 Howard, Tracy CB 5-10 185 4/29/94 2 Miami Miramar, Fla. W(Cle)-’17 15/3*
88 Hurns, Allen WR 6-3 201 11/12/91 4 Miami Miami, Fla. FA-’14 11/11
33 Ivory, Chris RB 6-0 223 3/22/88 8 Tiffin Longview, Texas UFA(NYJ)-’16 11/1
44 Jack, Myles LB 6-1 244 9/3/95 2 UCLA Scottsdale, Ariz. D2-’16 16/10
97 Jackson, Malik DL 6-5 290 1/11/90 6 Tennessee Van Nuys, Calif. UFA(Den)-’16 16/16
29 Johnson, Josh CB 5-10 188 9/10/90 2 Purdue Dade City, Fla FA-’16 8/0
95 Jones, Abry DT 6-4 318 9/8/91 5 Georgia Warner Robins, Ga. FA-’13 15/9
83 Koyack, Ben TE 6-5 258 4/9/93 2 Notre Dame Oil City, Pa. D7-’15 14/7
11 Lee, Marqise WR 6-0 196 11/25/91 4 Southern California Inglewood, Calif. D2-’14 16/6
89 Lewis, Marcedes TE 6-6 280 5/19/84 12 UCLA Long Beach, Calif. D1-’06 10/10
65 Linder, Brandon OL 6-6 315 1/25/92 4 Miami Southwest Ranches, Fla. D3-’14 14/14
55 McCray, Lerentee DE 6-3 249 8/26/90 5 Florida Ocala, Fla. UFA(Buff)-’17 13/0*
45 McNary, Josh LB 6-0 251 4/10/88 4 Army Houston, Texas UFA(Ind)-’17 16/3*
2 Myers, Jason K 5-10 190 5/12/91 3 Marist Chula Vista, Calif. FA-’15 16/0
91 Ngakoue, Yannick DE 6-2 246 3/31/95 2 Maryland Bowie, Md. D3-’16 16/15
3 Nortman, Brad P 6-2 214 9/12/89 6 Wisconsin Brookfield, Wis. UFA(Car)-’16 16/0
77 Omameh, Patrick OL 6-4 327 12/29/89 5 Michigan Columbus, Ohio FA-’16 10/7
37 Patmon, Tyler CB 5-10 188 1/26/91 3 Oklahoma State Round Rock, Texas FA-’17 0*
78 Parnell, Jermey OL 6-6 326 7/20/86 7 Mississippi Blytheville, Ark. UFA(Dall)-’15 16/16
51 Posluszny, Paul LB 6-2 232 10/10/84 11 Penn State Aliquippa, Pa. UFA(Buff)-’11 16/16
73 Poutasi, Jeremiah OL 6-5 330 8/7/94 2 Utah Daly City, Calif. FA-’16 1/1
52 Pullard III, Hayes LB 6-0 235 4/18/92 3 Southern California Los Angeles, Calif. PS(Cle) -’15 16/0
20 Ramsey, Jalen CB 6-2 208 10/24/94 2 Florida State Smyrna, Tenn. D1-’16 16/16
64 Reed, Chris OL 6-5 310 7/22/92 2 Minnesota State Omaha, Neb. FA-’15 10/4
80 Rivera, Mychal TE 6-3 245 9/8/90 5 Tennessee Van Nuys, Calif. UFA(Oak)-’17 13/2*
15 Robinson, Allen WR 6-3 211 8/24/93 4 Penn State Southfield, Mich. D2a-’14 16/16
23 Sample, James S 6-2 217 6/23/92 3 Louisville Sacramento, Calif. D4-’15 4/2
69 Shatley, Tyler OL 6-3 310 5/5/91 3 Clemson Icard, N.C. FA-’14 16/4
50 Smith, Telvin LB 6-3 215 4/11/91 4 Florida State Valdosta, Ga. D5a-’14 16/16
87 Sterling, Neal TE 6-4 257 1/14/92 3 Monmouth Belmar, N.J. D7a-’15 10/1
25 Thompson, Peyton S 5-10 184 9/26/90 3 San Jose State Sacramento, Calif. FA-’14 15/0
46 Tinker, Carson LS 6-0 237 11/15/89 5 Alabama Murfreesboro, Tenn. FA-’13 16/0
68 Watford, Earl OL 6-3 300 6/24/90 4 James Madison Philadelphia, Pa. UFA(Ariz)-’17 15/11*
72 Wells, Josh OL 6-6 306 2/14/91 3 James Madison Mechanicsville, Va. FA-’14 5/0
47 Wilson, Jarrod S 6-2 210 2/9/94 2 Michigan Akron, Ohio FA-’16 16/0
14 Wynn, Shane WR 5-6 168 11/15/92 2 Indiana Cleveland, Ohio FA-’16 5/0
24 Yeldon, T.J. RB 6-1 223 10/2/93 3 Alabama Daphne, Ala. D2-’15 15/13

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* Albert played 12 games with Miami in ’16; Bennett missed ’16 season because of injury; Bohanon last active with N.Y. Jets in ’15;
Bouye played 15 games with Houston; Campbell played 16 games with Arizona; Charles played 12 games with Detroit; Church played
12 games with Dallas; Cole played 16 games with Minnesota; Goodman played 2 games with Atlanta and 1 game with Seattle; D. Grant
last active with Pittsburgh in ’15; Howard played 15 games with Cleveland; McCray played 13 games with Buffalo; McNary played 16
games with Indianapolis; Patmon last active with Miami in ’15; Rivera played 13 games in Oakland; Watford played 15 games with
Arizona.

t- Jaguars traded for Albert (Miami).

Players lost through free agency (6): CB Prince Amukamara (Chi; 14 games in ’16), T Kelvin Beachum (NYJ: 15),
DB Johnthan Cyprien (Tenn; 16), DL Jordan Hill (Det; 4), OL Luke Joeckel (Sea; 4), WR Bryan Walters (Jax; 10).

Also played with Jaguars in ’16—RB Joe Banyard (1 game), CB Dwayne Gratz (3), CB Davon House (16), DT Sen’Derrick Marks (16),
DT Roy Miller III (6), DL Jared Odrick (6), RB Denard Robinson (13), DE Chris Smith (6), TE Julius Thomas (9).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Allen, Brandon (1) QB 6-2 214 9/5/92 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. D6b-’16
Bluiett, Caleb TE 6-3 252 10/6/93 Texas Beaumont, Texas FA
Brown, Blair LB 6-0 238 5/27/94 Ohio Moreno Valley, Calif. D5
Cole, Keelan WR 6-1 194 4/20/93 Kentucky Wesleyan Louisville, Ky. FA
Collins, Parker OL 6-2 304 5/19/94 Appalachian State North Augusta, S.C. FA
Cook, Tim RB 6-0 242 4/29/94 Oregon State Pine Bluff, Ark. FA
Cutrer, Jeremy CB 6-1 167 2/27/94 Middle Tennessee State New Orleans, La. FA
Davis, P.J. LB 5-9 232 1/22/95 Georgia Tech Cairo, Ga. FA
Dimick, Hunter DE 6-3 268 10/29/93 Utah Syracuse, Utah FA
Etta-Tawo, Amba WR 6-1 208 11/10/93 Syracuse Muscat, Oman FA
Fournette, Leonard RB 6-0 228 1/18/95 Louisiana State New Orleans, La. D1
Gennesy, Avery DL 6-5 318 2/6/94 Texas A&M Southaven, Miss. FA
Harper, Jarrod S 6-0 210 3/28/94 West Virginia Frostburg, Md. FA
Horton, Justin LB 6-2 235 2/25/94 Jacksonville Clermont, Fla. FA
Kasitati, Nila (1) OL 6-4 315 4/25/93 Oklahoma Euless, Texas FA-’16
Lupeamanu, Tueni DT 6-0 282 4/14/95 Idaho Herriman, Utah FA
Mathers, I’Tavius RB 5-11 203 11/19/93 Middle Tennessee State Murfreesboro, Tenn. FA
Maurice, Kevin DT 6-3 300 7/19/94 Nebraska Orlando, Fla. FA
Miller, Charlie S 6-1 190 5/15/94 Dartmouth Shoreview, Minn. FA
Myrick, Jalen CB 5-11 200 2/27/95 Minnesota Bloomingdale, Ga. D7a
Pinkard, Larry (1) WR 6-0 196 2/25/92 Old Dominion Washington, D.C. FA
Phillips, Carroll DE 6-3 242 9/2/92 Illinois Miami, Fla. FA
Robinson, Cam OL 6-6 320 10/9/95 Alabama Monroe, La. D2
Robinson, Ezra CB 5-11 189 2/19/94 Tennessee State Sarasota, Fla. FA
Robinson, Jamal (1) WR 6-4 205 1/13/93 Louisiana-Lafayette New Orleans, La. FA
Smoot, Dawuane DE 6-3 264 3/2/95 Illinois Groveport, Ohio D3
Walker, Kenneth WR 5-9 188 4/1/94 UCLA Richmond, Calif. FA
Westbrook, Dede WR 6-0 178 11/21/93 Oklahoma Cameron, Texas D4
Williams, Marquez FB 5-11 260 7/16/94 Miami Athens, Ga. D7b
Woodard, Jonathan (1) DE 6-6 287 1/23/94 Central Arkansas Brentwood, Tenn. D7-’16

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

Log on to www.jaguars.com for an up-to-date roster.

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COACHING STAFF 1995-97. Pro coach: Jacksonville Jaguars 1998- Fire (CFL) 2004-05, Cologne Centurions (CFL)
Head Coach, 2002, St. Louis Rams 2003-04, Chicago Bears 2006, Montreal Alouettes (CFL) 2007-2011,
Doug Marrone 2005, Buffalo Bills 2006-09, New York Giants Toronto Argonauts (CFL) 2012-16, joined Jaguars
Pro Career: Doug Marrone was named the sixth 2010-14, Washington Redskins 2015-16, re- in 2017.
head coach in Jaguars history on January 9, 2017 joined Jaguars in 2017. Tom Myslinski, strength and conditioning; born
after serving as the team’s interim head coach for Pat Flaherty, offensive line; born April 27, 1956, December 7, 1968, Rome, N.Y. Guard Tennessee
the final two games of the 2016 season. Marrone Hanover, Pa. Center East Stroudsburg 1974-77. 1989-1991. Pro guard Washington Redskins
joined the Jaguars in 2015 as the team’s assistant No pro playing experience. College coach: East 1992, Buffalo Bills 1993, Chicago Bears 1993-94,
head coach-offense/offensive line coach. He pre- Stroudsburg 1980-81, Penn State 1982-83, Jacksonville Jaguars 1995, Pittsburgh Steelers
viously served as head coach of the Buffalo Bills Rutgers 1984-1991, East Carolina 1992, Wake 1996-97, 2000, Indianapolis Colts 1998, Dallas
(2013-14) and Syracuse University (2009-2012). Forest 1993-98, Iowa 1999. Pro coach: Cowboys 1999. College coach: Robert Morris
Prior to his Syracuse tenure, Marrone spent seven Washington Redskins 2000, Chicago Bears 2001- 2005-06, Memphis 2010, North Carolina 2011.
years in the NFL, with New Orleans (2006-08) and 03, New York Giants 2004-2015, San Francisco Pro coach: Cleveland Browns 2003-04, 2007-09,
New York Jets (2002-05). Marrone was drafted in 49ers 2016, joined Jaguars in 2017. joined Jaguars in 2012.
the sixth round of the 1986 NFL Draft by the Los Nathaniel Hackett, offensive coordinator; born Eric Price, offense-research; born September 12,
Angeles Raiders and played two years in the NFL, December 19, 1979, Fullerton, Calif. Linebacker 1966, Ogden, Utah. No pro playing experience.
first with the Miami Dolphins in 1987 and with the /long snapper U.C. Davis 1999-2002. No pro play- College coach: Weber State 1990, Hawaii 1991,
Saints in 1989. He also had playing stints with ing experience. College coach: Cal-Davis 2003, Miami 1992-93, Cal Poly-San Louis Obispo 1994-
Pittsburgh, Dallas and Minnesota before closing Stanford 2003-05, Syracuse 2010-12. Pro coach: 95, Northern Arizona 1996-97, Washington State
his career with the NFLE London Monarchs Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2006-07, Buffalo Bills 1998-2000, Alabama 2003, Texas-El Paso 2004-
(1991-92). Career record: 16-18. 2008-09, 2013-14, joined Jaguars in 2015. 07, Memphis 2010-11, Tulane 2012-15. Pro
Background: Marrone was a three-year letterman Marion Hobby, defensive line; born November 7, coach: New York Jets 2001-02, Kansas City
(1983-85) at Syracuse as an offensive lineman. 1966, Birmingham, Ala. Defensive end Tennessee Chiefs 2008, joined Jaguars in 2017.
He earned a degree in liberal arts from Syracuse in 1986-89. Pro defensive end New England Patriots Jason Rebrovich, asst. defensive line; born
1991. He coached collegiately at Cortland (1992), 1990-92. College coach: Tennessee-Martin 1996, March 15, 1978, Clarence, NY. Defensive line
the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (1993), Louisiana-Lafayette 1996-97, Tennessee 1998, Alfred State 1996-97, Cortland 1998-99. No pro
Northeastern (1994), Georgia Tech (1995-99), Mississippi 1999-2004, Duke 2008-2010, playing experience. College coach: Cortland
Georgia (2000), and Tennessee (2001). Clemson 2011-16. Pro coach: New Orleans 2001-04, 2008-2010, Ferris State 2005-07,
Personal: Born July 25, 1964, Bronx, N.Y. He and Saints 2006-07, joined Jaguars in 2017. Syracuse 2011-12. Pro coach: Buffalo Bills 2013-
wife, Helen, have two daughters, Madeline and Jess Langvardt, strength associate; born 16, joined Jaguars in 2017.
Annie, and a son, Mack. September 28, 1982, North Platte, Neb. Defensive Mike Rutenberg, defensive assistant; born
back/linebacker Sterling College 2001-05. Pro October 29, 1981, Washington, D.C. Attended
ASSISTANT COACHES linebacker Wichita Wild (IFL) 2006. College coach: Cornell. No college or pro playing experience.
Mark Collins, linebackers; born August 30, 1975, Sterling College 2005-09, 2012, Memphis 2009- College coach: UCLA 2006-08, New Mexico State
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Outside linebacker East 2011, Tulane 2012. Pro coach: Indianapolis Colts 2009-2012. Pro coach: Washington Redskins
Tennessee State 1995-98. No pro playing experi- 2011, joined Jaguars in 2013. 2003-05, joined Jaguars in 2013.
ence. College coach: East Tennessee State 1999- Mike Mallory, asst. special teams coordinator; Cedric Scott, asst. strength and conditioning;
2002, Michigan 2003-04, Elon 2005, Georgia born Nov. 16, 1962, Bowling Green, Ohio. born October 19, 1977, Gulfport, Miss. Defensive
Southern 2006, Georgia 2007, Louisiana-Monroe Linebacker Michigan 1982-85. No pro playing end Southern Mississippi 1997-2000. Pro defen-
2009. Pro coach: Atlanta Falcons 2010-14, New experience. College coach: Indiana 1986-87, Kent sive end New York Giants 2001, Cleveland Browns
York Jets 2015-16, joined Jaguars in 2017. State 1988-1990, Eastern Illinois 1991-92, Rhode 2002. College coach: Southern Mississippi 2009-
Joe Danna, asst. defensive backs coach; born Island 1993-95, Northern Illinois 1996-99, 2011. Pro coach: Joined Jaguars in 2012.
April 3, 1977, Midland, Mich. Attended Central Maryland 2000, Illinois 2001-05, Kansas 2006, Tony Sparano Jr., asst. offensive line; born
Michigan. No college or pro playing experience. Louisville 2007. Pro coach: New Orleans Saints October 22, 1986, Colleyville, Texas. Defensive
College coach: Michigan 1999-2000, Georgia 2008-2012, joined Jaguars in 2013. end Albany 2006-08. No pro playing experience.
2001, Central Michigan 2002-05, Georgia Keenan McCardell, wide receivers; born January Pro coach: Hartford Colonials (UFL) 2010, Miami
Southern 2006, James Madison 2007. Pro coach: 6, 1970, Houston, Texas. Wide receiver Nevada- Dolphins 2011, New York Jets 2012-14, Buffalo
Atlanta Falcons 2008-09, 2012-14, Miami Las Vegas 1988-1990. Pro wide receiver Bills 2015-16, joined Jaguars in 2017.
Dolphins 2010-11, New York Jets 2015-16, joined Washington Redskins 1991, 2007, Cleveland Todd Wash, defensive coordinator; born July 19,
Jaguars in 2017. Browns 1992-95, Jacksonville Jaguars 1996- 1968, Miles City, Mont. Linebacker North Dakota
Joe DeCamillis, special teams coordinator; born 2001, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2002-03, San State 1988-1991. No pro playing experience.
June 29, 1965, Arvada, Colo. Attended Wyoming. Diego Chargers 2004-06. College coach: College coach: Fort Lewis College 1996-99 (head
No pro playing experience. Pro coach: Denver Maryland 2014-16. Pro coach: Washington coach 1997-99), Nebraska-Kearney 2000-01,
Broncos 1989-1992, 2015-16, New York Giants Redskins 2010-11, joined Jaguars in 2017. North Dakota State 2002-03, 2005-06, Missouri
1993-96, Atlanta Falcons 1997-2006, Ron Middleton, tight ends; born July 17, 1965, Southern State 2004. Pro coach: Tampa Bay
Jacksonville Jaguars 2007-08, Dallas Cowboys Atmore, Ala. Tight end Auburn 1982-85. Pro tight Buccaneers 2006-2010, Seattle Seahawks 2011-
2009-2012, Chicago Bears 2013-14, re-joined end Atlanta Falcons 1986-87, Washington 12, joined Jaguars in 2013.
Jaguars in 2017. Redskins 1988, 1990-93, Cleveland Browns Tyrone Wheatley, running backs; born January
John Donovan, offensive assistant; born 1989, Los Angeles Rams 1994, San Diego 19, 1972, Inkster, Mich. Running back Michigan
September 11, 1974, River Edge, N.J. Defensive Chargers 1995. College coach: Troy 1997-98, 1991-94. Pro running back New York Giants
back Johns Hopkins. No pro playing experience. Mississippi 1999-2003, Alabama 2007, Duke 1995-98, Oakland Raiders 1999-2004. College
College coach: Villanova 1997, Georgia Tech 2008-2012. Pro coach: Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach: Ohio Northern 2008, Eastern Michigan
1998-2000, Maryland 2001-07, Vanderbilt 2011- 2004-06, joined Jaguars in 2013. 2009, Syracuse 2010-12, Michigan 2015-16. Pro
13, Penn State 2014-15. Pro coach: Joined Scott Milanovich, quarterbacks; born January 25, coach: Buffalo Bills 2013-14, joined Jaguars in
Jaguars in 2016. 1973, Butler, Penn. Quarterback Maryland 1992- 2017.
Perry Fewell, defensive backs; born September 7, 95. Pro quarterback Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tyler Wolf, director of team administration;
1962, Gastonia, N.C. Defensive back Lenoir- 1996-99, Berlin Thunder (NFLE) 2000, Los Cookeville, Tenn. Defensive back Tennessee
Rhyne 1981-84. No pro playing experience. Angeles Xtreme (XFL) 2001, Tampa Bay Storm 2008-2011. No pro playing experience. College
College coach: North Carolina 1985-86, Army (AFL) 2002, Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 2003. Pro coach: Tennessee Tech 2011-12. Pro coach:
1987, 1992-94, Kent State 1988-1991, Vanderbilt coach: Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 2003, Rhein Joined Jaguars in 2013.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Chairman & CEO: Clark Hunt Dallas Texans 1960-62
Head Coach: Andy Reid (456-426-12)
General Manager: John Dorsey Records include postseason games
President: Mark Donovan 1960-1974 Hank Stram ..............129-79-10
Director of Pro Personnel: Tim Terry 1975-77 Paul Wiggin* ................11-24-0
Director of College Scouting: Ryan Poles 1977 Tom Bettis ........................1-6-0
Salary Cap and Legal Executive: 1978-1982 Marv Levy ....................31-42-0
Chris Shea 1983-86 John Mackovic .............30-35-0
Director of Football Administration: 1987-88 Frank Gansz....................8-22-1
Brandt Tilis 1989-1998 Marty Schottenheimer...104-65-1
Chief Financial Officer: Dan Crumb 1999-2000 Gunther Cunningham ....16-16-0
Senior Vice President of Business 2001-05 Dick Vermeil...................44-37-0
Operations: Bill Chapin 2006-08 Herm Edwards..............15-34-0
Vice President of Communications: 2009-2011 Todd Haley** ...............19-26-0
American Football Conference Ted Crews 2011-12 Romeo Crennel...............4-15-0
West Division Vice President of Business Development: 2013-16 Andy Reid.....................44-24-0
Team Colors: Red, Gold, and White Tyler Epp *Released after seven games in 1977
The University of Kansas Health Vice President of Administration: **Released after 13 games in 2011
System Training Complex Kirsten Krug
One Arrowhead Drive Vice President of Stadium Operations and PAID ATTENDANCE
Kansas City, Missouri 64129 Facilities: Brandon Hamilton Home 568,612 Away 522,180
Telephone: (816) 920-9300 Vice President of Ticketing: Tyler Kirby Total 1,090,792
Player Engagement Director: BJ Stabler Single-game home record,
2017 SCHEDULE
Director of Community Outreach: *82,893 (10/2/00)
PRESEASON
Chuck Castellano Single-season home record,
Aug. 11 San Francisco ...................8:00
Director of Chiefs Cheerleaders: 629,569 (1999)
Aug. 19 at Cincinnati .......................6:00
Stephanie Judah *Arrowhead Stadium attendance: 78,502
Aug. 25 at Seattle............................7:00
Director of Financial Planning and Kauffman Stadium attendance: 4,391
Aug. 31 Tennessee .........................7:30
Analysis : Michael Ragsdale
REGULAR SEASON Director of Service and Activation: 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Sep. 7 at New England (Thu).........7:30 Round Name Pos. College
Kellen Begnoche
Sep. 17 Philadelphia ...................12:00 1 Patrick Mahomes QB Texas Tech
Director of Information Technology:
Sep. 24 at L.A. Chargers .................3:25 2 Tanoh Kpassagnon DE Villanova
Oct. 2 Washington (Mon) .............7:30 Kevin Higgins
Director of Fan Experience: Jayne Martin 3 Kareem Hunt RB Toledo
Oct. 8 at Houston ......................*7:30 4 Jehu Chesson WR Michigan
Oct. 15 Pittsburgh .........................3:25 Director of Football Communications:
Brad Gee 5 Ukeme Eligwe LB Georgia Southern
Oct. 19 at Oakland (Thu).................7:25 6 Leon McQuay DB Southern California
Oct. 30 Denver (Mon) ....................7:30 Director of Ticket Operations:
Nov. 5 at Dallas ............................3:25 Justin Sauser
Nov. 12 BYE Director of Production: Kevin Brebner
Nov. 19 at N.Y. Giants....................12:00 Director of Foundation and Civic Affairs:
Nov. 26 Buffalo ............................12:00 Anne Scharf
Dec. 3 at N.Y. Jets .......................12:00 Director of Marketing and Event
Dec. 10 Oakland ..........................12:00 Acquisition: Jeremy Slavens
Dec. 16 L.A. Chargers (Sat)............7:25 Director of Special Events: Gary Spani
Dec. 24 Miami .............................12:00 Director of Digital Media and Strategy:
Dec. 31 at Denver ..........................3:25 James Royer
* All times CT; Sunday night games in Manager of Production: Brad Young
Weeks 5-15 subject to change Equipment Director: Allen Wright
Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium Assistant Equipment Managers:
(opened in 1972, Chris Shropshire, Kyle Crumbaugh,
fully renovated in 2010) Jay White, Cale Kirby
•Capacity: 76,416 Head Athletic Trainer: Rick Burkholder
One Arrowhead Drive Assistant Athletic Trainers:
Kansas City, Missouri 64129 Aaron Borgmann, Evan Craft,
Playing Surface: Grass David Glover, Tiffany Morton
Training Camp: Missouri Western St. Univ. Director of Video Operations: Pat Brazil
St. Joseph, Missouri 64507 Assistant Director of Video Operations:
ARROWHEAD STADIUM
Ken Radino
Video Assistants: Colin Clark,
Josh Schmidt
Football Operations Manager:
Mitch Reynolds
Director of Team Security: Brian Shafar

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (2-2) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent A. Smith 489 328 3502 67.1 15 8 28/140 91.2
08/13 L 16-17 Seattle Foles 55 36 410 65.5 3 0 4/34 105.9
08/20 L 20-21 at Los Angeles Maclin 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
08/27 W 23-7 at Chicago Poe 1 1 2 100.0 1 0 0/0 118.8
09/01 W 17-7 Green Bay Chiefs 546 365 3914 66.8 19 8 32/174 93.2
Opponents 598 350 4120 58.5 23 18 28/162 79.8
REGULAR SEASON (12-4)
Date Result Opponent
TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
09/11 W 33-27 San Diego (OT)
SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Peters 6 63 10.5 28 0
09/18 L 12-19 at Houston
Santos 0 0 0 36/39 31/35 0 129 Berry 4 98 24.5 42t 2
09/25 W 24-3 New York Jets
Hill 3 6 3 0/0 0/0 0 72 Sorensen 3 48 16.0 48t 1
10/02 L 14-43 at Pittsburgh
A. Smith 5 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 D. Johnson 1 55 55.0 55t 1
10/16 W 26-10 at Oakland
Ware 3 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 R. Wilson 1 6 6.0 6 0
10/23 W 27-21 New Orleans
Kelce 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 26 Parker 1 1 1.0 1 0
10/30 W 30-14 at Indianapolis
West 1 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Gaines 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/06 W 19-14 Jacksonville
A. Wilson 1 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 White 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/13 W 20-17 at Carolina
Berry 0 0 2 0/0 0/0 0 14 Chiefs 18 271 15.1 55t 4
11/20 L 17-19 Tampa Bay
D. Harris 0 1 1 0/0 0/0 0 14 Opponents 8 237 29.6 90t 1
11/27 W 30-27 at Denver (OT)
Maclin 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
12/04 W 29-28 at Atlanta
Charles 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
12/08 W 21-13 Oakland
D. Johnson 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Colquitt 76 3427 45.1 38 64
12/18 L 17-19 Tennessee
Poe 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Chiefs 76 3427 45.1 38 64
12/25 W 33-10 Denver
Sorensen 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 69 3075 44.6 15 62
01/01 W 37-27 at San Diego
Chiefs 15 19 8 36/39 31/35 1 389
(OT) Overtime
Opponents 10 23 1 30/30 25/30 0 311 PUNT
2-Pt Conv: D. Harris, Kelce. RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
POSTSEASON (0-1) Chiefs 2-3, Opponents 1-4. Hill 39 8 592 15.2 95t 2
Date Result Opponent
Alexander 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Chiefs 40 8 592 14.8 95t 2
01/15 L 16-18 Pittsburgh Ware 214 921 4.3 46 3 Opponents 30 27 157 5.2 16 0
West 88 293 3.3 28 1
SCORE BY PERIODS Hill 24 267 11.1 70t 3
Chiefs 88 117 61 111 12 — 389 KICKOFF
A. Smith 48 134 2.8 24 5 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Opponents 76 103 44 85 3 — 311 A. Wilson 2 50 25.0 55t 1 Thomas 15 338 22.5 41 0
Charles 12 40 3.3 17 1 Hill 14 384 27.4 86t 1
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Thomas 4 29 7.3 23 0
Chiefs Opp. Davis 9 189 21.0 30 0
Davis 13 23 1.8 6 0 D. Harris 1 19 19.0 19 0
Total First Downs 305 342 Poe 1 1 1.0 1t 1
Rushing 86 102
A. Wilson 1 13 13.0 13 0
Maclin 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0 Chiefs 40 943 23.6 86t 1
Passing 197 209 Foles 4 -4 -1.0 -1 0
Penalty 22 31
Opponents 35 843 24.1 54 0
Kelce 1 -5 -5.0 -5 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 81/213 96/222 Chiefs 412 1748 4.2 70t 15
3rd Down Pct. 38.0 43.2
FIELD
Opponents 437 1938 4.4 44 10 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
4th Down: Made/Att 10/14 10/20
4th Down Pct. 71.4 50.0
Santos 0/0 8/9 15/17 6/7 2/2
RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD Chiefs 0/0 8/9 15/17 6/7 2/2
Possession Avg. 29:59 30:01 Kelce 85 1125 13.2 80t 4
Total Net Yards 5488 5896
Opponents 0/0 8/8 8/8 6/6 3/8
Hill 61 593 9.7 49 6
Avg. Per Game 343.0 368.5 Maclin 44 536 12.2 44 2 SACKS No.
Total Plays 990 1063 Conley 44 530 12.0 39 0 Ford 10.0
Avg. Per Play 5.5 5.5 Ware 33 447 13.5 46t 2 Houston 4.0
Net Yards Rushing 1748 1938 A. Wilson 31 279 9.0 42 2 Hali 3.5
Avg. Per Game 109.3 121.1 West 28 188 6.7 28 2 C. Jones 2.0
Total Rushes 412 437 D. Harris 17 123 7.2 13 1 Poe 1.5
Net Yards Passing 3740 3958 Thomas 7 35 5.0 15 0 Howard 1.0
Avg. Per Game 233.8 247.4 Davis 3 21 7.0 11 0 D. Johnson 1.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 32/174 28/162 Sherman 4 11 2.8 6 0 Nunez-Roches 1.0
Gross Yards 3914 4120 Travis 3 15 5.0 6 0 Reyes 1.0
Att./Completions 546/365 598/350 Charles 2 14 7.0 16 0 Sorensen 1.0
Completion Pct. 66.8 58.5 O'Shaughnessy 2 -1 -.5 0 0 Zombo 1.0
Had Intercepted 8 18 A. Smith 1 3 3.0 3 0 (group) 1.0
Punts/Average 76/45.1 69/44.6 Fisher 0 -5 — -5 0 Chiefs 28.0
Net Punting Avg. 76/40.7 69/34.2 Chiefs 365 3914 10.7 80t 19 Opponents 32.0
Penalties/Yards 109/848 109/797 Opponents 350 4120 11.8 76t 23
Fumbles/Ball Lost 18/9 27/15
Touchdowns 42 34
Rushing 15 10
Passing 19 23

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jamaal Charles, 2008-2016 ...............................................................7,260
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Len Dawson, 1962-1975 .................................................................28,507
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Len Dawson, 1962-1975 ......................................................................237
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Tony Gonzalez, 1997-2008....................................................................916
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Tony Gonzalez, 1997-2008...............................................................10,940
Interceptions ...................................................................Emmitt Thomas, 1966-1978 ...................................................................58
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Dustin Colquitt, 2005-2016 ..................................................................44.8
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Dexter McCluster, 2010-13...................................................................12.1
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Noland Smith, 1967-69 ........................................................................26.8
Field Goals ......................................................................Nick Lowery, 1980-1993.......................................................................329
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Priest Holmes, 2001-07 ..........................................................................83
Points..............................................................................Nick Lowery, 1980-1993....................................................................1,466
*Sacks............................................................................Derrick Thomas, 1989-1999 ..............................................................126.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Larry Johnson, 2006..........................................................................1,789
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Trent Green, 2004 ..............................................................................4,591
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Len Dawson, 1964..................................................................................30
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Tony Gonzalez, 2004.............................................................................102
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Derrick Alexander, 2000 .....................................................................1,391
Interceptions ...................................................................Emmitt Thomas, 1974.............................................................................12
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Dustin Colquitt, 2012 ...........................................................................46.8
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Dante Hall, 2003 ..................................................................................16.3
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Quintin Demps, 2013 ...........................................................................30.1
Field Goals ......................................................................Nick Lowery, 1990 ..................................................................................34
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Priest Holmes, 2003................................................................................27
Points..............................................................................Priest Holmes, 2003..............................................................................162
*Sacks............................................................................Justin Houston, 2014 ...........................................................................22.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Jamaal Charles, 1-3-10.........................................................................259
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Elvis Grbac, 11-5-00 .............................................................................504
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Len Dawson, 11-1-64 ...............................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Tony Gonzalez, 1-2-05 ............................................................................14
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Stephone Paige, 12-22-85.....................................................................309
Interceptions ...................................................................Bobby Ply, 12-16-62 .............................................................................**4
Bobby Hunt, 10-4-64 ............................................................................**4
Deron Cherry, 9-29-85 ..........................................................................**4
Field Goals ......................................................................Cairo Santos, 10-4-15...............................................................................7
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Abner Haynes, 11-26-61...........................................................................5
Jamaal Charles, 12-15-13.........................................................................5
Points..............................................................................Abner Haynes, 11-26-61.........................................................................30
Jamaal Charles, 12-15-13.......................................................................30
*Sacks............................................................................Derrick Thomas, 11-11-90 .................................................................**7.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
27 Acker, Kenneth CB 6-0 195 2/6/92 4 Soutern Methodist Portland, Ore. T(SF)-’16 9/1
57 Alexander, D.J. LB 6-2 233 9/30/91 3 Oregon State Palm Desert, Calif. D5a-’15 16/1
97 Bailey, Allen DL 6-3 288 3/25/89 7 Miami Sapelo Island, Ga. D3b-’11 5/5
77 Barnes, T.J. DL 6-7 364 6/14/90 3 Georgia Tech Montgomery, Ala. FA-’16 5/0
62 Battle, Isaiah OL 6-7 290 2/10/93 2 Clemson Brooklyn, N.Y. FA-’17 0*
29 Berry, Eric S 6-0 212 12/29/88 8 Tennessee Fairburn, Ga. D1-’10 16/16
9 Bray, Tyler QB 6-6 215 12/27/91 5 Tennessee Kingsburg, Calif. FA-’’13 0*
2 Colquitt, Dustin P 6-3 210 5/6/82 13 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. D3-’05 16/0
17 Conley, Chris WR 6-3 205 10/25/92 3 Georgia Dallas, Ga. D3a-’15 16/13
6 Cook, Kenny WR 6-4 218 5/20/92 2 Gardner-Webb Cross Hill, S.C. FA-’15 0/0
65 Devey, Jordan G 6-6 320 1/11/88 4 Memphis American Fork, Utah W(SF)-’16 2/1
76 Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent G 6-5 321 2/11/91 4 McGill Montreal, Quebec D6b-’14 14/14
79 Ehinger, Parker OL 6-6 310 12/30/92 2 Cincinnati Rockford, Mich. D4a-’16 5/4
89 Escobar, Gavin TE 6-6 260 2/3/91 5 San Diego State New York, N.Y. UFA(Dall)-’17 16/1*
72 Fisher, Eric T 6-7 315 1/5/91 5 Central Michigan Rochester, Mich. D1-’13 16/16
55 Ford, Dee LB 6-2 252 3/19/91 4 Auburn Odenville, Ala. D1-’14 15/14
73 Fulton, Zach OL 6-5 316 9/23/91 4 Tennessee Homewood, Ill. D6a-’14 16/12
23 Gaines, Phillip CB 6-0 193 4/4/91 4 Rice Converse, Texas D3-’14 11/5
66 Greene, Khaseem LB 6-1 241 2/4/89 3 Rutgers Elizabeth, N.J. FA-’17 0*
91 Hali, Tamba LB 6-3 275 12/3/83 12 Penn State Teaneck, N.J. D1-’06 16/2
43 Hall, Jimmy S 6-1 230 11/18/91 2 Northwestern Toledo, Ohio FA-’16 0/0
84 Harris, Demetrius TE 6-7 230 7/29/91 4 UW-Milwaukee Little Rock, Ark. FA-’13 16/11
48 Harris, Vernon CB 6-1 197 6/25/94 2 Dartmouth Fort Lauderdale, Fla. FA-’16 0/0
10 Hill, Tyreek WR 5-10 185 3/1/94 2 West Alabama Pearson, Ga. D5b-’16 16/1
50 Houston, Justin LB 6-3 258 1/21/89 7 Georgia Statesboro, Ga. D3-’11 6/6
96 Howard, Jaye DL 6-3 301 12/20/88 6 Florida Apopka, Fla. W(Sea)-’13 8/5
25 Huff, Marqueston S 5-11 196 4/6/92 4 Wyoming Texarkana, Texas UFA(Balt)-’17 11/0*
74 Hughes, Montori DL 6-4 350 8/25/90 4 Tennessee-Martin Mufreesboro, Ten. FA-’17 2/0*
94 Jenkins, Jarvis DL 6-4 300 4/24/88 6 Clemson Clemson, S.C. FA-’16 7/0
56 Johnson, Derrick LB 6-3 242 11/22/82 13 Texas Waco, Texas D1-’05 13/13
95 Jones, Chris DL 6-6 310 7/3/94 2 Mississippi State Houston, Miss. D2-’16 16/11
87 Kelce, Travis TE 6-5 260 10/5/89 5 Cincinnati Cleveland Heights, Ohio D3a-’13 16/15
93 King, David DL 6-4 281 12/27/89 2 Oklahoma Houston, Texas W(Sea)-’15 2/0
90 Logan, Bennie DT 6-2 315 12/28/89 5 Louisiana State Shreveport, La. UFA-’17 13/13*
19 Maclin, Jeremy WR 6-0 198 5/11/88 9 Missouri Kirkwood, Mo. UFA(Phil)-’15 12/12
59 March-Lillard, Justin LB 6-0 222 7/5/93 3 Akron Danville, Ill. FA-’15 5/5
39 Mitchell, Terrance CB 5-11 190 5/17/92 4 Oregon Sacramento, Calif. FA-’16 7/2
61 Morse, Mitch C 6-6 305 4/21/92 3 Missouri Austin, Texas D2-’15 16/16
21 Murray, Eric DB 5-11 199 1/7/94 2 Minnesota Milwaukee, Wis. D4b-’16 16/0
20 Nelson, Steven CB 5-11 194 11/22/93 3 Oregon State Warner Robins, Ga. D3b-’15 15/14
52 Nicolas, Dadi LB 6-3 235 9/29/92 2 Virginia Tech Port-au-Prince, Haiti D6b-’16 11/0
99 Nunez-Roches, Rakeem DL 6-2 307 7/3/93 3 Southern Miss Dangriga, Belize D6-’15 11/5
80 O'Shaughnessy, James TE 6-4 245 1/14/92 3 Illinois State Naperville, Ill. D5b-’15 16/3
38 Parker, Ron DB 6-0 206 8/17/87 7 Newberry St. Helena Island, S.C. W(Sea)-’13 16/16
68 Person, Mike OL 6-4 300 6/17/88 7 Montana State Glendive, Mont. FA-’17 0/0
22 Peters, Marcus CB 6-0 197 1/9/93 3 Washington Oakland, Calif. D1-’15 15/15
31 Reaves, Darrin RB 5-10 215 4/17/93 2 Alabama-Birmingham Birmingham, Ala. FA-’15 0/0
75 Reid, Jah T 6-7 325 7/21/88 7 Central Florida Haines City, Fla. FA-’15 11/1
14 Robinson, Demarcus WR 6-1 203 9/21/94 2 Florida Fort Valley, Ga. D4c-’16 16/0
5 Santos, Cairo K 5-8 160 11/12/91 4 Tulane St. Augustine, Fla. FA-’14 16/0
71 Schwartz, Mitchell T 6-5 320 6/8/89 6 California Pacific Palisades, Calif. UFA(Cle)-’16 16/16
42 Sherman, Anthony FB 5-10 242 12/11/88 7 Connecticut North Attleborough, Mass. T(Ariz)-’13 16/3
11 Smith, Alex QB 6-4 217 5/7/84 13 Utah La Mesa, Calif. T(SF)-’13 15/15
48 Smith, Terrance LB 6-2 235 5/3/93 2 Florida State Decatur, Ga. FA-’16 9/2
49 Sorensen, Daniel S 6-2 208 3/5/90 4 Brigham Young Colton, Calif. FA-’14 16/1
26 Spiller, C.J. RB 5-11 200 8/5/87 8 Clemson Lake Butler, Fla. FA-’16 6/0*
13 Thomas, De'Anthony WR 5-8 176 1/5/93 4 Oregon Los Angeles, Calif. D4-’14 12/0
88 Travis, Ross TE 6-7 235 1/9/93 2 Penn State Chaska, Minn FA-’15 6/3
32 Ware, Spencer RB 5-10 229 11/23/91 4 Louisiana State Eunice, La. FA-’14 14/14
35 West, Charcandrick RB 5-10 205 6/2/91 4 Abilene Christian Springhill, La. FA-’14 15/2
24 White, D.J. CB 5-11 193 9/9/93 2 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. D6a-’16 11/0
12 Wilson, Albert WR 5-9 200 7/12/92 4 Georgia State Port St. Lucie, Fla. FA-’14 16/5
53 Wilson, Ramik LB 6-2 237 8/19/92 3 Georgia Tampa, Fla. D4-’15 11/11
41 Winchester, James LS 6-3 240 8/6/89 3 Oklahoma Washington, Okla. FA-’15 16/0
70 Witzmann, Bryan T 6-7 320 6/16/90 3 South Dakota State Houlton, Wis. W(Dall)-’16 11/0
51 Zombo, Frank LB 6-3 254 3/5/87 8 Central Michigan Sterling Heights, Mich. UFA-’13 16/11

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* Battle spent ’16 on the Los Angeles Rams practice squad; Bray inactive for 16 games; Escobar played 16 games with Dallas in ’16;
Greene was last active with Detroit in ’15; Huff played 11 games with Baltimore; Hughes played 2 games with the N.Y. Giants; Logan
played 13 games with Philadelphia; Spiller played 2 games with Seattle and 4 games with the N.Y. Jets.

Players lost through free agency (3): RB Knile Davis (Pitt; 11 games in ’16), QB Nick Foles (Phil; 3), NT Dontari Poe (Atl; 16).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Ali'ifua, Ricky DL 6-2 297 12/2/91 Utah State San Leandro, Calif. FA
Brooks, Corin T 6-3 312 7/31/92 Texas of Permian Basin Riverside, Calif. FA
Byrd, Emanuel TE 6-3 236 12/9/94 Marshall Albany, Ga. FA
Chappell, Devin SS 6-0 204 5/14/94 Oregon State Springfield, Ore. FA
Cheek, Joseph (1) OL 6-7 311 12/2/92 Texas A&M Seguin, Texas FA
Chesson, Jehu WR 6-2 204 12/29/93 Michigan St. Louis, Mo. D4
Dieter, Gehrig WR 6-2 208 2/24/93 Alabama South Bend, Ind. FA
Eligwe, Ukeme LB 6-2 239 4/27/94 Georgia Southern Stone Mountain, Ga. D5
Hunt, Kareem RB 5-11 216 8/6/95 Toledo Willoughby, Ohio D3
James, Josh (1) T 6-5 314 5/9/93 Carroll Coeur d'Alene, Idaho FA
Jones, Seantavius (1) WR 6-3 200 8/9/92 Valdosta State Tucker, Ga. FA-’16
Kemp, Marcus WR 6-4 210 8/14/95 Hawaii Layton, Utah FA
Kpassagnon, Tanoh DL 6-7 289 6/14/94 Villanova Kalamazoo, Mich. D2
Lampkin, Ashton CB 6-0 189 1/10/94 Oklahoma State Fort Worth, Texas FA
Mahomes, Patrick QB 6-3 230 9/17/95 Texas Tech Tyler, Texas D1
Mama, Damien G 6-3 342 6/27/95 Southern California Moreno Valley, Calif. FA
McQuay, Leon S 6-1 195 11/21/94 Southern California Seffner, Fla. D6
Monday, Will (1) P 6-4 210 7/25/92 Duke Flowery Branch, Ga. FA
Moore, Alonzo WR 6-1 199 11/10/92 Nebraska Winnfield, La. FA
Nelson, JR CB 6-1 187 11/30/93 Montana Hacienda Heights, Calif. FA
Okine, Earl (1) LB 6-6 290 1/4/90 Flordia Gainesville, Fla. FA-’16
Redding, Devine RB 5-8 205 2/5/96 Indiana Youngstown, Ohio FA
Rush, Marcus (1) LB 6-3 251 6/19/91 Michigan State Cincinnati, Ohio FA
Staples, Jamari WR 6-3 190 9/10/94 Louisville Ashland, Alabama FA
Stave, Joel QB 6-4 230 5/16/92 Wisconsin Greenfield, Wis. FA
Sterns, Jordan FS 5-11 198 5/28/94 Oklahoma State Schertz, Texas FA
Stevens, Tony WR 6-4 212 3/14/95 Auburn Orlando, Fla. FA

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COACHING STAFF Brad Childress, asst. head coach; born June Destroyers (AFL) 2007-08. Pro coach:
Head Coach, 27, 1956, Aurora, Ill. Quarterback/wide receiver Philadelphia Eagles 2011-12, joined Chiefs in
Andy Reid Eastern Illinois 1975. No pro playing experience. 2013.
Pro Career: Andy Reid was named the 13th College coach: Illinois 1978-1984, Northern Britt Reid, defensive line; born April 28, 1985,
head coach in Kansas City Chiefs history on Arizona 1986-89, Utah 1990, Wisconsin 1991- San Francisco, Calif. Attended Temple. No col-
January 7, 2013. He is entering his 26th season 98. Pro coach: Indianapolis Colts 1985, lege or pro playing experience. College coach:
in the National Football League and his 19th Philadelphia Eagles 1999-2005, Minnesota Temple 2012. Pro coach: Joined Chiefs in 2013.
season as an NFL head coach in 2017. In his Vikings 2006-2010 (head coach), Cleveland Ryan Reynolds, asst. strength and condition-
fourth season with the Chiefs, Reid and compa- Browns 2012, joined Chiefs in 2013. ing; born January 15, 1981, Fulton, Ill. Attended
ny tallied 12 wins, bringing his total to 44 victo- Travis Crittenden, asst. strength and condition- Iowa. No college or pro playing experience.
ries in his first four seasons with Kansas City. ing; born April 6, 1981, Wichita Falls, Texas. College coach: Louisville 2008, Arizona State
Additionally, Reid led the Chiefs to their first Tackle Fork Union Military Academy 1999, 2008-2012, UCLA 2012-15. Pro coach: Joined
playoff win since 1993, with a win at Houston in Virginia Military Institute 2000-03. No pro play- Chiefs in 2016.
the Wild Card round of the 2015 playoffs. In his ing experience. Pro coach: Philadelphia Eagles Barry Rubin, strength and conditioning; born
first season in Kansas City in 2013, helped 2012, joined Chiefs in 2013. June 25, 1957, Monroe, La. Running
orchestrate the franchise’s best single-season Mark DeLeone, asst. linebackers; born June back/punter Louisiana State 1976-77, tight
turnaround as the Chiefs won 11 games and 30, 1987, Syracuse, N.Y. Attended Iowa. No end/punter Northwestern (La.) State 1978-
made the playoffs after going 2-14 the previous college or pro playing experience. College 1980. No pro playing experience. College
season. Prior to joining the Chiefs, served as the coach: Florida 2010, Temple 2011. Pro coach: coach: Northeast Louisiana 1981-83, 1987-
head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles for 14 New York Jets 2012, joined Chiefs in 2013. 1990, 1994, Louisiana State 1984-85. Pro
years (1999-2012), earning NFL Coach of the Gary Gibbs, linebackers; born August 13, 1952, coach: Green Bay Packers 1995-2005,
Year honors three times. Compiled the best win Beaumont, Texas. Linebacker Oklahoma 1972- Philadelphia Eagles 2008-2012, joined Chiefs in
total (140) and playoff victory total (10) in 74. No pro playing experience. College coach: 2013.
Philadelphia Eagles history. Captured six divi- Oklahoma 1975-1994 (head coach 1989- Mike Smith, asst. defensive line; born
sion titles and five trips to the NFC 1994), Georgia 2000, Louisiana State 2001. Pro September 2, 1981, Lubbock, Texas. Attended
Championship Game. In his 24-year NFL coach: Dallas Cowboys 2002-04, New Orleans Texas Tech. Linebacker Texas Tech 2000-03.
coaching career, Reid’s teams have made the Saints 2006-08, joined Chiefs in 2009. Pro linebacker Baltimore Ravens 2005-08.
playoffs 17 times (19-16 record). Has coached Al Harris, cornerbacks/secondary; born College coach: Hawaii 2009, Texas Tech 2013-
in the Super Bowl three times and the NFC December 7, 1974, Pompano Beach, Fla. 15. Pro coach: New York Jets 2010-12, joined
Championship Game nine times. Reid was an Cornerback Trinity Valley (Texas) C.C. 1993-94, Chiefs in 2016.
assistant coach with Green Bay (1992-98) Texas A&M-Kingsville 1995-96. Pro cornerback Bob Sutton, defensive coordinator; born
under Mike Holmgren. With Green Bay, helped Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1997, Philadelphia January 28, 1951, Ypsilanti, Mich. Attended
the Packers earn a Super Bowl XXXI victory over Eagles 1998-2002, Green Bay Packers 2003- Eastern Michigan. No college or pro playing
New England . Career record: 184-126-1. 09, Miami Dolphins 2010, St. Louis Rams experience. College coach: Michigan 1972-73,
Background: Coached at Brigham Young 2011. Pro coach: Miami Dolphins 2012, joined Syracuse 1974, Western Michigan 1975-76,
(1982), San Francisco State (1983-85) Chiefs in 2013. 1980-81, Illinois 1977-79, North Carolina State
Northern Arizona (1986), Texas-El Paso (1987- Andy Heck, offensive line; born January 1, 1982, Army 1983-1999 (head coach 1991-99).
88) and Missouri (1989-1991). Reid was an 1967, Fargo, N.D. Tackle Notre Dame 1985-88. Pro coach: N.Y. Jets 2000-2012, joined Chiefs
offensive tackle and guard on three BYU Cougar Pro tackle Seattle Seahawks 1989-1993, in 2013.
Holiday Bowl teams. Reid graduated with a Chicago Bears 1994-98, Washington Redskins Emmitt Thomas, defensive backs; born June 3,
bachelor’s degree in physical education. He 1999-2000. College coach: Virginia 2001-03. 1943, Angleton, Texas. Quarterback/wide
also received a master’s degree in professional Pro coach: Jacksonville Jaguars 2004-2012, receiver Bishop (Texas) College 1963-65. Pro
leadership in physical education and athletics. joined Chiefs in 2013. defensive back Kansas City Chiefs 1966-1978.
Personal: Born March 19, 1958 in Los Angeles, Greg Lewis, wide receivers; born February 12, Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame 2008.
Calif. Reid and his wife Tammy have five chil- 1980, Chicago, Ill. Wide receiver Illinois 1999- College coach: Central Missouri State 1979-
dren—Britt, Crosby, Drew Ann, Spencer, and 2002. Pro wide receiver Philadelphia Eagles 1980. Pro coach: St. Louis Cardinals 1981-85,
the late Garrett. Has 2 grandsons, Maverick and 2003-08, Minnesota Vikings 2009-2010. Washington Redskins 1986-1994, Philadelphia
Canyon, and 3 granddaughters—Saylor, College coach: San Diego State 2012, San Jose Eagles 1995-98, Green Bay Packers 1999,
Somers, and Blake. State 2013, Pittsburgh 2014. Pro coach: New Minnesota Vikings 2000-01, Atlanta Falcons
Orleans Saints 2015, Philadelphia Eagles 2016, 2002-09 (interim head coach 2007), re-joined
ASSISTANT COACHES joined Chiefs in 2017. Chiefs in 2010.
Eric Bieniemy, running backs; born August 15, Corey Matthaei, asst. quarterbacks; born Dave Toub, special teams coordinator; born
1969, New Orleans, La. Running back Colorado February 1, 1985, Fircrest, Wash. Offensive June 1, 1962, Ossining, N.Y. Offensive lineman
1987-1990. Pro running back San Diego 1991- lineman Willamette 2003-06. No pro playing Springfield College 1980-81, Texas-El Paso
94, Cincinnati Bengals 1995-98, Philadelphia experience. College coach: Willamette 2007. 1983-84. No pro playing experience. College
Eagles 1999. College coach: Colorado 2001- Pro coach: Philadelphia Eagles 2008-2012, coach: Texas El-Paso 1987-89, Missouri 1989-
02, 2009-2012, UCLA 2003-05. Pro coach: joined Chiefs in 2013. 2000. Pro coach: Philadelphia Eagles 2001-03,
Minnesota Vikings 2006-2010, joined Chiefs in Tom Melvin, tight ends; born October 1, 1961, Chicago Bears 2004-2012, joined Chiefs in
2013. Redwood City, Calif. Offensive lineman San 2013.
Tommy Brasher, special projects; born Dec. 30, Francisco State 1982-83. No pro playing expe- Rod Wilson, asst. special teams; born November
1940, El Dorado, Ark. Linebacker Arkansas rience. College coach: San Francisco State 12, 1981, Cross, S.C. Linebacker South Carolina
1962-63. No pro playing experience. College 1984-85, Northern Arizona 1986-87, California- 2001-04. Pro linebacker Chicago Bears 2005-
coach: Arkansas 1970, Virginia Tech 1971, Santa Barbara 1988-1990, Occidental College 08, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2009, Chicago Bears
Northeast Louisiana 1974, 1976, Southern 1991-98. Pro coach: Philadelphia Eagles 1999- 2010. College coach: Charleston Southern 2013-
Methodist 1977-1981. Pro coach: Shreveport 2012, joined Chiefs in 2013. 16. Pro coach: Joined Chiefs in 2017.
Steamer (WFL) 1975, New England Patriots Matt Nagy, offensive coordinator; born April 24, Devin Woodhouse, asst. strength and condi-
1982-84, Philadelphia Eagles 1985, Atlanta 1978, Plainfield, N.J. Quarterback Delaware tioning; born October 8, 1990, Pomona, Calif.
Falcons 1986-89, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1990, 1996-2000. Pro quarterback New York Dragons Attended Utah Valley University. No college or
Seattle Seahawks 1992-98, Philadelphia Eagles (AFL) 2002, Carolina Cobras (AFL) 2004, pro playing experience. Pro coach: Kansas City
1999-2005, 2012, joined Chiefs in 2013. Georgia Force (AFL) 2005-06, Columbus Chiefs 2014-15 as intern, joined Chiefs in 2016.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner: Alex G. Spanos Los Angeles 1960
Owner-Chairman of the Board: San Diego 1961-2016
Dean A. Spanos (437-448-11)
Vice Chairman: Michael A. Spanos Records include postseason games
President-Business Operations: 1960-69 Sid Gillman* ...............83-51-6
A.G. Spanos 1969-1970 Charlie Waller .................9-7-3
President-Football Operations: 1971 Sid Gillman** .................4-6-0
John Spanos 1971-73 Harland Svare*** .........7-17-2
General Manager: Tom Telesco 1973 Ron Waller......................1-5-0
Executive Vice President of Football 1974-78 Tommy Prothro**** ...21-39-0
Administration-Player Finance: 1978-1986 Don Coryell# .............72-60-0
Ed McGuire 1986-88 Al Saunders .................17-22-0
Executive Vice President-Chief Operating 1989-1991 Dan Henning...............16-32-0
Officer: Jeanne M. Bonk 1992-96 Bobby Ross................50-36-0
American Football Conference Vice President-FInance: Clifton Levine 1997-98 Kevin Gilbride## .........6-16-0
West Division Senior Vice President-Chief Marketing 1998 June Jones .....................3-7-0
Team Colors: Navy Blue, Powder Blue, Officer: Ken Derrett 1999-2001 Mike Riley...................14-34-0
White, and Gold Chief Revenue Officer: Jim Rushton 2002-06 Marty Schottenheimer.47-35-0
3333 Susan Street Director of Player Personnel: 2007-2012 Norv Turner ................59-43-0
Costa Mesa, California 92626 JoJo Wooden 2013-16 Mike McCoy ...............28-38-0
Telephone: 714-540-7100 Senior Director of Pro Personnel: *Retired after nine games in 1969
Louis Clark **Resigned after 10 games in 1971
2017 SCHEDULE ***Resigned after eight games in 1973
Director of Pro Scouting:
PRESEASON ****Resigned after four games in 1978
Dennis Abraham #Resigned after eight games in 1986
Aug. 13 Seattle...............................5:00 Director of College Scouting: Kevin Kelly ##Released after six games in 1998
Aug. 20 New Orleans......................5:00 Senior Executive: Randy Mueller
Aug. 26 at L.A. Rams ......................5:00 Head Athletic Trainer: Damon Mitchell PAID ATTENDANCE
Aug. 31 at San Francisco.................7:00 Director of Video Operations: Home 456,331 Away 525,739
Brian Duddy Total 982,070
REGULAR SEASON Equipment Manager: Bob Wick Single-game home record,
Sep. 11 at Denver (Mon) .................7:20 Senior Director of Player Engagement: 69,288 (11/7/99)
Sep. 17 Miami ...............................1:05 Arthur Hightower Single-season home record,
Sep. 24 Kansas City ......................1:25 Vice President of Marketing Partnerships: 547,937 (2005)
Oct. 1 Philadelphia .....................1:05 Dennis O’Leary
Oct. 8 at N.Y. Giants .............10:00 AM Vice President-Ticket Sales & Service: 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Oct. 15 at Oakland .........................1:25 Todd Poulsen Round Name Pos. College
Oct. 22 Denver ..............................1:25 Director of Business Operations: 1 Mike Williams WR Clemson
Oct. 29 at New England .........10:00 AM John Hinek 2 Forrest Lamp G Western Kentucky
Nov. 5 BYE Vice President of Public Relations: 3 Dan Feeney G Indiana
Nov. 12 at Jacksonville ..........10:00 AM Josh Rupprecht 4 Rayshawn Jenkins DB Miami
Nov. 19 Buffalo ..............................1:05 VIce President-External Affairs: 5 Desmond King DB Iowa
Nov. 23 at Dallas (Thu)....................1:30 Kimberley Layton 6 Sam Tevi T Utah
Dec. 3 Cleveland .........................1:05 Director of Digital Media: TBD 7 Isaac Rochell DE Notre Dame
Dec. 10 Washington ......................1:05 Director of Security: Bill Stetson
Dec. 16 at Kansas City (Sat) ...........5:25 Director of Stadium/Game Operations &
Dec. 24 at N.Y, Jets.................10:00 AM Events: TBD
Dec. 31 Oakland ............................1:25 Controller: Marsha Wells
* All times PT Director of Ticket Operations:
Michael L. Dougherty
Stadium: StubHub Center
(opened in 2003)
•Capacity: 30,000 (app.)
18400 Avalon Blvd.
Carson, California 90746
Playing Surface: Grass
Training Camp: Jack Hammett Sports Complex
2750 Fairview Road
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (1-3) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Rivers 578 349 4386 60.4 33 21 36/188 87.9
08/13 L 10-27 at Tennessee Benjamin 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
08/19 W 19-3 Arizona Clemens 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
08/28 L 10-23 at Minnesota Chargers 580 349 4386 60.2 33 21 36/188 87.6
09/01 L 21-31 San Francisco Opponents 580 364 4217 62.8 21 18 35/230 83.8

REGULAR SEASON (5-11) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent
SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Hayward 7 102 14.6 31 1
09/11 L 27-33 at Kansas City (OT)
Lambo 0 0 0 42/46 26/32 0 120 Reed 2 6 3.0 3 0
09/18 W 38-14 Jacksonville
Gordon 10 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 72 Addae 1 90 90.0 90t 1
09/25 L 22-26 at Indianapolis
Henry 0 8 0 0/0 0/0 0 48 Flowers 1 33 33.0 33t 1
10/02 L 34-35 New Orleans
Gates 0 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 42 Lowery 1 25 25.0 25 0
10/09 L 31-34 at Oakland
Ty. Williams 0 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 42 Phillips 1 22 22.0 22 0
10/13 W 21-13 Denver
Benjamin 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Mager 1 8 8.0 8 0
10/23 W 33-30 at Atlanta (OT)
Inman 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Mebane 1 5 5.0 5 0
10/30 L 19-27 at Denver
Addae 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Perryman 1 1 1.0 1 0
11/06 W 43-35 Tennessee
Flowers 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 McCoil 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/13 L 24-31 Miami
Hayward 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Verrett 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/27 W 21-13 at Houston
Lowery 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Chargers 18 292 16.2 90t 3
12/04 L 21-28 Tampa Bay
Reid 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 21 382 18.2 60t 3
12/11 L 16-28 at Carolina
Woodhead 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
Chargers 10 33 5 42/46 26/32 1 410 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
12/18 L 16-19 Oakland
Opponents 20 21 5 42/42 33/38 1 423 Kaser 59 2731 46.3 18 69
12/24 L 17-20 at Cleveland
2-Pt Conv: Chargers 0-2, Opponents 2-3. Chargers 59 2731 46.3 18 69
01/01 L 27-37 Kansas City
Opponents 62 2874 46.4 22 68
(OT) Overtime
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Gordon 254 997 3.9 48 10 PUNT
SCORE BY PERIODS
Farrow 60 192 3.2 11 0 RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
Chargers 78 139 112 78 3 — 410
Hillman 23 81 3.5 17 0 Burse 15 9 96 6.4 21 0
Opponents 62 122 100 133 6 — 423
Woodhead 19 116 6.1 23 0 Benjamin 9 0 59 6.6 18 0
A. Williams 18 87 4.8 14 0 McCluster 8 3 57 7.1 16 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS
Rivers 14 35 2.5 10 0 Chargers 32 12 212 6.6 21 0
Chargers Opp.
D. Watt 2 4 2.0 2 0 Opponents 33 10 282 8.5 95t 1
Total First Downs 340 330
Rushing 90 98 McCluster 3 2 0.7 2 0
Kaser 1 0 0.0 0 0 KICKOFF
Passing 214 204 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Penalty 36 28 Clemens 2 -1 -0.5 0 0
Benjamin 2 -3 -1.5 -1 0 Burse 9 188 20.9 30 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 85/200 83/208 McCluster 9 182 20.2 30 0
3rd Down Pct. 42.5 39.9 Chargers 398 1510 3.8 48 10
Opponents 410 1567 3.8 40 20 Whalen 4 56 14.0 25 0
4th Down: Made/Att 6/12 11/16 Mager 3 63 21.0 23 0
4th Down Pct. 50.0 68.8 Henry 1 10 10.0 10 0
Possession Avg. 30:12 29:48 Davis 1 9 9.0 9 0
RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD
Total Net Yards 5708 5554 Wiggins 1 0 0.0 0 0
Ty. Williams 69 1059 15.3 51t 7
Avg. Per Game 356.8 347.1 Chargers 28 508 18.1 30 0
Inman 58 810 14.0 57t 4
Total Plays 1014 1025 Opponents 21 504 24.0 37 0
Gates 53 548 10.3 27 7
Avg. Per Play 5.6 5.4
Benjamin 47 677 14.4 54 4
Net Yards Rushing 1510 1567 FIELD
Gordon 41 419 10.2 35 2
Avg. Per Game 94.4 97.9 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Henry 36 478 13.3 59 8
Total Rushes 398 410 Lambo 0/0 7/7 13/14 6/8 0/3
Farrow 13 70 5.4 16 0
Net Yards Passing 4198 3987 Chargers 0/0 7/7 13/14 6/8 0/3
McCluster 7 36 5.1 10 0
Avg. Per Game 262.4 249.2 Opponents 1/1 12/12 8/9 11/11 1/5
Allen 6 63 10.5 15 0
Sacked/Yards Lost 36/188 35/230
Woodhead 6 35 5.8 12 1
Gross Yards 4386 4217 SACKS No.
D. Watt 4 83 20.8 53 0
Att./Completions 580/349 580/364 Bosa 10.5
Hillman 3 50 16.7 21 0
Completion Pct. 60.2 62.8 Ingram 8.0
McGrath 2 25 12.5 13 0
Had Intercepted 21 18 Brown 3.5
Whalen 2 22 11.0 12 0
Punts/Average 59/46.3 62/46.4 Square 2.5
Butler 2 11 5.5 6 0
Net Punting Avg. 59/39.8 62/42.0 Attaochu 2.0
Chargers 349 4386 12.6 59 33
Penalties/Yards 107/780 118/837 Perryman 2.0
Opponents 364 4217 11.6 64t 21
Fumbles/Ball Lost 22/14 18/10 Landrum 1.0
Touchdowns 48 46 Mebane 1.0
Rushing 10 20 Philon 1.0
Passing 33 21 Reid 1.0
Returns 5 5 Toomer 1.0
To. Williams 1.0
Emanuel 0.5
Chargers 35.0
Opponents 36.0

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 2001-09.........................................................12,490
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Philip Rivers, 2004-2016..................................................................45,833
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Philip Rivers, 2004-2016.......................................................................314
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Antonio Gates, 2003-2016 ....................................................................897
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Antonio Gates, 2003-2016 ...............................................................11,192
Interceptions ...................................................................Gill Byrd, 1983-1992...............................................................................42
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Mike Scifres, 2003-2014......................................................................45.2
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Darrien Gordon, 1993-96 .....................................................................13.7
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Leslie (Speedy) Duncan, 1964-1970 ....................................................25.3
Field Goals ......................................................................John Carney, 1990-2000.......................................................................261
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 2001-09..............................................................153
Points..............................................................................John Carney, 1990-2000....................................................................1,076
*Sacks............................................................................Leslie O’Neal, 1986-1995...................................................................105.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006 ................................................................1,815
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Dan Fouts, 1981 ................................................................................4,802
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Philip Rivers, 2008..................................................................................34
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 2003 ...................................................................100
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Lance Alworth, 1965..........................................................................1,602
Interceptions ...................................................................Antonio Cromartie, 2007 .........................................................................10
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Mike Scifres, 2012 ...............................................................................48.3
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Leslie (Speedy) Duncan, 1965 .............................................................15.5
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Keith Lincoln, 1962 ..............................................................................28.4
Field Goals ......................................................................John Carney, 1994..................................................................................34
Nick Novak, 2013....................................................................................34
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006 .................................................................**31
Points..............................................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 2006 ...............................................................**186
*Sacks............................................................................Leslie O’Neal, 1992 ..............................................................................17.0
Shawne Merriman, 2006 ......................................................................17.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................LaDainian Tomlinson, 12-28-03.............................................................243
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Philip Rivers, 10-18-15 .........................................................................503
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Dan Fouts, 11-22-81.................................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Kellen Winslow, 10-7-84 .........................................................................15
Keenan Allen, 9-13-15 ............................................................................15
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Wes Chandler, 12-20-82 .......................................................................260
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Antonio Cromartie, 11-11-07
Field Goals ......................................................................John Carney, 9-5-93, 9-18-93...................................................................6
Greg Davis, 10-5-97 .................................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Kellen Winslow, 11-22-81 .........................................................................5
Points..............................................................................Kellen Winslow, 11-22-81 .......................................................................30
*Sacks............................................................................Leslie O’Neal, 11-16-86 .........................................................................5.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
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NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
37 Addae, Jahleel S 5-10 195 1/24/90 5 Central Michigan Valrico, Fla. FA-’13 8/8
13 Allen, Keenan WR 6-2 211 4/27/92 5 California Greensboro, N.C. D3-’13 1/1
97 Attaochu, Jerry OLB 6-3 252 1/17/93 4 Georgia Tech Washington, D.C. D2-’14 8/1
72 Barksdale, Joe T 6-5 326 1/4/89 7 Louisiana State Detroit, Mich. FA-’15 15/15
24 Barner, Kenjon RB 5-9 195 4/28/90 4 Oregon Riverside, Calif. FA-’17 13/0*
12 Benjamin, Travis WR-KR 5-10 175 12/29/89 6 Miami Belle Glade, Fla. UFA(Cle)-’16 14/8
99 Bosa, Joey DE 6-5 280 7/11/95 2 Ohio State Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. D1-’16 12/11
33 Boston, Tre S 6-1 205 6/23/92 4 North Carolina Fort Myers, Fla. FA-’17 15/10*
57 Brown, Jatavis ILB 5-11 221 2/18/94 2 Akron Belle Glade, Fla. D5-’16 12/7
89 Burse, Isaiah WR-KR 5-10 187 12/8/91 3 Fresno State Modesto, Calif. FA-’15 9/1
78 Burwell, Tyreek T 6-6 310 3/11/92 3 Cincinnati Huntington Station, N.Y. FA-’15 5/0
90 Carrethers, Ryan NT 6-1 333 2/26/91 4 Arkansas State Nashville, Tenn. D5-’14 4/0
63 Clark, Donavon G 6-4 315 11/12/92 2 Michigan State Cincinnati, Ohio D7-’16 0/0
10 Clemens, Kellen QB 6-2 220 6/6/83 12 Oregon Burns, Ore. UFA(StL)-’14 12/0
45 Cleveland, Asante TE 6-5 260 3/21/92 3 Miami Sacramento, Calif. W(NE)-’15 4/0
87 Cumberland, Jeff TE 6-4 260 5/2/87 8 Illinois Columbus, Ohio FA-’16 0*
11 Davis, Geremy WR 6-3 211 1/10/92 3 Connecticut Lawrenceville, Ga. FA-’16 3/0
48 Dzubnar, Nick ILB 6-1 240 8/15/91 3 Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Mission Viejo, Calif. FA-’15 4/0
51 Emanuel, Kyle OLB 6-3 250 8/16/91 3 North Dakota State Schuyler, Neb. D5-’15 16/11
96 Eulls, Kaleb DT 6-4 309 6/28/91 2 Mississippi State Yazoo County, Miss. FA-’16 0/0
27 Farrow, Kenneth RB 5-9 219 3/7/93 2 Houston Hurst, Tex. FA-’16 11/2
74 Franklin, Orlando G 6-6 315 12/16/87 7 Miami Delray Beach, Fla. UFA(Den)-’15 16/16
85 Gates, Antonio TE 6-4 255 6/18/80 15 Kent State Detroit, Mich. FA-’03 14/9
28 Gordon, Melvin RB 6-1 215 4/13/93 3 Wisconsin Kenosha, Wis. D1-’15 13/11
75 Hairston, Chris G-T 6-6 330 4/26/89 6 Clemson Winston-Salem, N.C. FA-’15 15/5
26 Hayward, Casey CB 5-11 192 9/9/89 6 Vanderbilt Perry, Ga. UFA(GB)-’16 16/14
86 Henry, Hunter TE 6-5 250 12/7/94 2 Arkansas Little Rock, Ark. D2-’16 15/10
54 Ingram, Melvin OLB 6-2 247 4/26/89 6 South Carolina Rockingham, N.C. D1-’12 16/16
15 Inman, Dontrelle WR 6-3 205 1/31/89 4 Virginia Batesburg, S.C. FA-’14 16/16
8 Kaser, Drew P 6-2 206 2/11/93 2 Texas A&M Stow, Ohio D6-’16 16/0
2 Lambo, Josh K 6-0 215 11/19/90 3 Texas A&M Middleton, Wis. FA-’15 16/0
46 Landrum, Christopher OLB 6-2 245 9/14/92 2 Jacksonville State Sweet Water, Ala. FA-’16 10/0
94 Liuget, Corey DT 6-2 300 3/18/90 7 Illinois Miami, Fla. D1-’11 16/16
20 Lowery, Dwight S 5-11 212 1/23/86 10 San Jose State Soquel, Calif. UFA(Ind)-’16 16/16
29 Mager, Craig CB 5-11 200 6/11/92 3 Texas State Luling, Tex. D3-’15 11/8
40 McCain, Chris OLB 6-5 236 11/21/91 3 California Greensboro, N.C. FA-’16 0/0
23 McCoil, Dexter S 6-4 220 9/5/91 2 Tulsa Lutcher, La. FA-’15 16/2
84 McGrath, Sean TE 6-5 259 12/3/87 3 Henderson State (AR) Mundelein, Ill. FA-’15 16/5
92 Mebane, Brandon NT 6-1 311 1/15/85 11 California Los Angeles, Calif. UFA(Sea)-’16 10/10
76 Okung, Russell T 6-5 310 10/7/88 8 Oklahoma State Fort Bend, Texas UFA(Den)-’17 16/16*
32 Oliver, Branden RB 5-8 208 5/7/91 4 Buffalo Miami, Fla. FA-’14 0*
95 Palepoi, Tenny DT 6-1 298 12/19/90 4 Utah Salt Lake City, Utah FA-’14 13/0
53 Perry, Joshua ILB 6-4 253 4/26/94 2 Ohio State Lewis Center, Ohio D4-’16 15/1
52 Perryman, Denzel ILB 5-11 240 12/5/92 3 Miami Coral Gables, Fla. D2-’15 12/11
31 Phillips, Adrian S 5-11 210 3/28/92 3 Texas Garland, Texas FA-’14 14/6
93 Philon, Darius DE 6-1 300 1/22/94 3 Arkansas Mobile, Ala. D6-’15 14/2
73 Pulley, Spencer C-G 6-4 308 4/3/93 2 Vanderbilt Cordova, Tenn. FA-’16 16/0
38 Reed, Trovon CB 6-0 191 12/30/90 2 Auburn Thibodaux, La. FA-’16 6/1
91 Reid, Caraun DT 6-2 298 11/23/91 4 Princeton Bronx, N.Y. W(Det)-’16 7/0
17 Rivers, Philip QB 6-5 228 12/8/81 14 North Carolina State Decatur, Ala. T(NYG)-’04 16/16
68 Slauson, Matt C-G 6-5 315 2/18/86 9 Nebraska Colorado Springs, Colo. FA-’16 16/16
71 Square, Damion NT 6-2 293 2/6/89 5 Alabama Houston, Texas W(KC)-’14 11/7
25 Stuckey, Darrell S 5-11 212 6/16/87 8 Kansas Kansas City, Kan. D4-’10 16/0
56 Toomer, Korey ILB 6-2 235 12/9/88 4 Idaho Las Vegas, Nev. FA-’16 13/8
62 Tuerk, Max C 6-5 298 1/27/94 2 Southern California Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. D3-’16 0/0
22 Verrett, Jason CB 5-10 188 6/18/91 4 Texas Christian Fairfield, Calif. D1-’14 4/4
34 Watt, Derek FB 6-2 234 11/7/92 2 Wisconsin Pewaukee, Wis. D6-’16 16/2
79 Wiggins, Kenny G-T 6-6 314 8/8/88 4 Fresno State Elk Grove, Calif. FA-’15 13/1
44 Williams, Andre RB 6-0 220 8/28/92 3 Boston College Allentown, Pa. W(NYG)-’16 1/0
42 Williams, Trevor CB 5-11 191 9/15/93 2 Penn State Baltimore, Md. FA-’16 12/5
16 Williams, Tyrell WR 6-4 205 2/12/92 3 Western Oregon Salem, Ore. FA-’15 16/12
47 Windt, Mike LS 6-1 237 5/29/86 8 Cincinnati Cincinnati, Ohio FA-’10 16/0

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* Barner played 13 games with Philadelphia in ’16; Boston played 15 games with Carolina; Cumberland missed ’16 season because of
injury; Okung played 16 games with Denver; Oliver missed ’16 season because of injury.

Players lost through free agency (3); WR Jeremy Butler (Buff; 4 games in ’16), LB Manti Te’o (NO; 3), RB Danny Woodhead (Balt; 2).

Also played with Chargers in ’16– CB Pierre Desir (5 games),T King Dunlap (12), CB Brandon Flowers (6), G/T D.J. Fluker (16),
RB Ronnie Hillman (3), LB Deon King (2), LB Robert McClain (3), RB Dexter McCluster (6), WR Griff Whalen (8), CB Steve Williams (5),
LB Tourek Williams (16).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Baker, Toby P 6-3 210 9/18/93 Arkansas Memphis, Tenn. FA
Bercovici, Mike (1) QB 6-0 204 2/9/93 Arizona State Woodland Hills, Calif. FA
Boyko, Brett (1) G 6-6 301 8/4/92 Nevada-Las Vegas Saskatoon, Saskatchewan FA-’16
Brown, Da’Ron (1) WR 6-0 199 9/21/91 Northern Illinois Chicago, Ill. FA
Culkin, Sean TE 6-5 255 6/11/93 Missouri Indian Rocks Beach, Fla. FA
Davis, Michael CB 6-2 195 1/6/95 Brigham Young Glendale, Calif. FA
DeBoer, Dillon C 6-5 300 7/26/94 Florida Atlantic Tarpon Springs, Fla. FA
Ekeler, Austin RB 5-10 200 5/17/95 Western State (CO) Eaton, Colo. FA
Evans, Randall (1) CB 6-0 195 12/26/91 Kansas State Miami, Fla. FA-’16
Feeney, Dan G 6-4 310 5/29/94 Indiana Orland Park, Ill. D3
Harris, Nigel OLB 6-2 230 12/7/94 South Florida Tampa, Fla. FA
Jenkins, Eli QB 6-3 210 8/7/94 Jacksonville State (AL) Birmingham, Ala. FA
Jenkins, Rayshawn S 6-2 220 1/25/94 Miami St. Petersburg, Fla. D4
Jones, Jamaal (1) WR 6-1 189 1/31/93 Montana Graham, Wash. FA
King, Desmond CB 5-10 200 12/14/94 Iowa Detroit, Mich. D5
Koo, Younghoe K 5-10 185 8/3/94 Georgia Southern Ridgewood, N.J. FA
Lamp, Forrest G 6-4 310 2/20/94 Western Kentucky Venice, Fla. D2
Lee, Michael (1) CB 6-1 185 6/6/91 Fort Valley State McDonough, Ga. FA-’16
McDonald, Adrian (1) S 5-9 190 3/18/94 Houston Lawton, Okla. FA-’16
Moore, Mike OLB 6-0 235 1/30/93 Kansas State Dallas, Texas FA
Onwualu, James OLB 6-1 235 9/4/94 Notre Dame St. Paul, Minn. FA
Paige, Mitchell WR 5-8 180 7/19/93 Indiana Carmel, Ind. FA
Patton, Andre WR 6-2 200 5/28/94 Rutgers Wilmington, Del. FA
Rochell, Isaac DE 6-4 280 4/22/95 Notre Dame McDonough, Ga. D7
Scott, Artavis WR 5-11 195 12/12/94 Clemson Tarpon Springs, Fla. FA
Stewart, Brandon CB 5-11 185 1/29/94 Kansas Cedar Hill, Texas FA
Tevi, Sam T 6-5 315 11/15/94 Utah Euless, Texas D6
Watson, Brad CB 6-0 190 8/20/95 Wake Forest Austin, Texas FA
Williams, Mike WR 6-4 220 10/4/94 Clemson Santee, S.C. D1
Wilson, Dontre WR 5-10 185 1/3/95 Ohio State DeSoto, Texas FA

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COACHING STAFF Chicago Bears 2005-06, 2010-11, Carolina Columbia 2008. Pro coach: New York Jets
Head Coach, Panthers 2007-09, Detroit Lions 2011, 2008, Cleveland Browns 2009-2010, Tampa
Anthony Lynn Jacksonville Jaguars 2012. Pro coach: Bay Buccaneers 2012-13, Jacksonville
Pro Career: On Jan. 13, 2017, the Los Chicago Bears 2013-14, joined Chargers in Jaguars 2014-16, joined Chargers in 2017.
Angeles Chargers made their first official 2016. Nick Sirianni, wide receivers; born June 15,
transaction, naming Anthony Lynn the 16th Eric Henderson, asst. defensive line; born 1981, Jamestown, N.Y. Wide receiver Mount
head coach in franchise history. It’s also sig- January 8, 1983, New Orleans, La. Union 2000-03. No pro playing experience.
nificant that he’s the first African-American Defensive end Georgia Tech 2002-05. Pro College coach: Mount Union 2004-05,
head coach in team annals. The 48-year-old defensive end Cincinnati Bengals 2006-08, Indiana (Pa.) 2006-08. Pro coach: Kansas
Lynn joined the Chargers after spending the Las Vegas Locomotives (UFL) 2009-2011. City 2009-2012, joined Chargers in 2013.
last two seasons (2015-16) as the assistant College coach: Georgia Military College Giff Smith, defensive line; born October 23,
head coach and running backs coach for the 2012, Oklahoma State 2013-15, Texas-San 1968, Atlanta, Ga. Defensive end Georgia
Buffalo Bills. Lynn jumped into the coaching Antonio 2016. Pro coach: Joined Chargers Southern 1986-1990. No pro playing experi-
ranks in 2000, spending three seasons in 2017. ence. College coach: Arkansas 1991-93,
(2000-02) with the Broncos as an offensive D’Anton Lynn, defensive assistant; born Georgia 1994-95, Georgia Southern 1996-
assistant and assistant to special teams. In October 24, 1989, Plano, Texas. Defensive 98, Tulane 1999-2003, Georgia Tech 2004-
2003, he landed his first full-time position back Penn State 2008-2011. Pro defensive 09. Pro coach: Buffalo Bills 2010-12,
gig as the running backs coach for the back New York Jets 2012, Hamilton Tiger- Tennessee Titans 2014-15, joined Chargers
Jacksonville Jaguars (2003-04). That was Cats (CFL) 2013. Pro coach: Buffalo Bills in 2016.
followed by similar positions with the Dallas 2015-16, joined Chargers in 2017. Richard Smith, linebackers; born October
Cowboys (2005-06), Cleveland Browns John McNulty, tight ends; born May 29, 17, 1955, Los Angeles, Calif. Offensive line-
(2007-08), New York Jets (2009-2014) and 1968, Scranton, Pa. Safety Penn State man Rio Hondo (Calif.) J.C. 1975-76,
Bills (2015-16). Lynn carried the additional 1988-1990. No pro playing experience. Fresno State 1977-78. College coach: Rio
title of assistant head coach in New York in College coach: Michigan 1991-94, Hondo (Calif.) J.C. 1979-1980, Cal State-
2014 and with the Bills for his two seasons Connecticut 1995-97, Rutgers 2004-08. Pro Fullerton 1981-83, California 1984-86,
there. Career record: 0-1. coach: Jacksonville Jaguars 1998-2002, Arizona 1987. Pro coach: Houston Oilers
Background: Lynn was an All-Southwest Dallas Cowboys 2003, Arizona Cardinals 1988-1992, Denver Broncos 1993-96, San
Conference running back as a collegian at 2009-2012, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2013, Francisco 49ers 1997-2002, Detroit Lions
Texas Tech, where he rushed for 1,911 Tennessee Titans 2014-15, joined Chargers 2003-04, Miami Dolphins 2005, Houston
yards and 17 touchdowns on 481 carries. in 2016. Texans 2006-08, Carolina Panthers 2009-
That helped him earn a ticket to the NFL Pat Meyer, offensive line; born April 5, 2010, Atlanta Falcons 2015-16, joined
where he signed with the New York Giants as 1972, Youngstown, Ohio. Offensive line Chargers in 2017.
an undrafted free agent in 1992. After being Colorado State 1991-94. Pro offensive line- Shane Steichen, quarterbacks; born May
released by the Giants, Lynn signed with man Arizona Cardinals 1995, St. Louis 11, 1985, Sacramento, Calif. Quarterback
Denver in 1993 and appeared in 13 games Stampede (Arena Football League) 1996. Nevada-Las Vegas 2003-06. No pro playing
for the Broncos. Lynn moved on to the Bay College coach: Memphis 1997-99, North experience. College coach: Nevada-Las
Area in 1995, spending two seasons with Carolina State 2000-06, Florida State 2007, Vegas 2007-09, Louisville 2010. Pro coach:
the San Francisco 49ers (1995-96) before Colorado State 2008-2011. Pro coach: San Diego Chargers 2011-12, Cleveland
concluding his career in Denver (1997-99) Montreal Alouttes (CFL) 2012., Chicago Browns 2013, re-joined Chargers in 2014.
where he won back-to-back Super Bowl Bears 2013-14, Buffalo Bills 2015-16, George Stewart, special teams coordinator-
championships (XXXII and XXXIII) with the joined Chargers in 2017. asst. head coach; born December 29, 1958,
Broncos. He retied after the 1999 season Ron Milus, defensive backs; born Little Rock, Ark. Guard Arkansas 1977-
with 83 career games. November, 25, 1963, Tacoma, Wash. 1980. No pro playing experience. College
Personal: Born December 21, 1968 in Cornerback Washington 1982-85. College coach: Minnesota 1984-85, Notre Dame
McKinney, Texas. Lynn is married to Stacey coach: Washington 1991-98, Texas A&M 1986-88. Pro coach: Pittsburgh Steelers
Bell Lynn. He has two children, son, 1999. Pro coach: Denver Broncos 2000-02, 1989-1991, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1992-
D’Anton, and daughter, Danielle. 2011-12, Arizona Cardinals 2003, New York 95, San Francisco 49ers 1996-2002, Atlanta
Giants 2004-05, St. Louis Rams 2006-08, Falcons 2003-06, Minnesota Vikings 2007-
ASSISTANT COACHES Carolina Panthers 2009-2010, joined 2016, joined Chargers in 2017.
Gus Bradley, defensive coordinator; born Chargers in 2013. Ken Whisenhunt, offensive coordinator;
July 5, 1966, Zumbrota, Minn. Safety/punter Mark Ridgley, offensive assistant; born born February 28, 1962, Atlanta, Ga. Tight
North Dakota State 1984-88. No pro playing December 4, 1985, New Brighton, Pa. No end/H- back Georgia Tech 1980-84. Pro
experience. College coach: North Dakota college playing experience. No pro playing tight end Atlanta Falcons 1985-88,
State 1990-91, 1996-2005, Fort Lewis experience. College coach: Pittsburgh 2008- Washington Redskins 1989-1990, New York
College 1992-96. Pro coach: Tampa Bay 09, Central Michigan 2010-11. Pro coach: Jets 1991-93. College coach: Vanderbilt
Buccaneers 2006-08, Seattle Seahawks Joined Chargers in 2012. 1995-96. Pro coach: Baltimore Ravens
2009-2012, Jacksonville Jaguars 2013-16 Alfredo Roberts, running backs; born 1997-98, Cleveland Browns 1999, New York
(head coach), joined Chargers in 2017. March 17, 1965, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Tight Jets 2000, Pittsburgh Steelers 2001-06,
James Cregg, asst. offensive line; born end Miami 1983-87. Pro tight end Kansas Arizona Cardinals 2007-2012 (head coach),
August 18, 1973, Syracuse, N.Y. Offensive City Chiefs 1988-1990, Dallas Cowboys San Diego Chargers 2013, Tennessee Titans
line Colorado State 1992-95. No pro playing 1991-93. College coach: Florida Atlantic 2014-15 (head coach), re-joined Chargers
experience. College coach: Colorado State 1999-2002. Pro coach: Jacksonville in 2016.
1996-99, Colgate 2000-03, Idaho 2004-06, Jaguars 2003-06, Cleveland Browns 2007- Marquice Williams, asst. special teams;
Tennessee 2009, Southern California 2010- 08, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2009-2011, born November 8, 1985, Palo Alto, Calif.
13. Pro coach: Oakland Raiders 2007-08, Indianapolis Colts 2012-15, joined Chargers Defensive back Fresno City College 2003-
Denver Broncos 2014-16, joined Chargers in 2017. 05, University of Mary 2006-08. No pro
in 2017. Dan Shamash, quality control-offense; born playing experience. College coach: Winona
Chris Harris, asst. defensive backs; born December 20, 1985, New York, N.Y. State 2010, Central Oklahoma 2011, South
August 6, 1982, Little Rock, Ark. Safety Linebacker Carnegie-Mellon 2004-07. No Dakota 2012-15. Pro coach: Joined
Louisiana-Monroe 2001-04. Pro safety pro playing experience. College coach: Chargers in 2016.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Chairman of the Board/Managing General (459-362-4)
Partner: Stephen M. Ross Records include postseason games
Vice Chairman/Partner: Bruce Beal 1966-69 George Wilson.............15-39-2
Vice Chairman/Partner: Jorge Perez 1970-1995 Don Shula ...............274-147-2
Vice Chairman: Donald F. Shula 1996-99 Jimmy Johnson...........38-31-0
Vice Chairman: Matt Higgins 2000-04 Dave Wannstedt* ........43-33-0
President and Chief Executive Officer: 2004 Jim Bates..........................3-4-0
Tom Garfinkel 2005-06 Nick Saban..................15-17-0
Executive Vice President of Football 2007 Cam Cameron ...............1-15-0
Operations: Mike Tannenbaum 2008-2011 Tony Sparano** ..........29-33-0
General Manager: Chris Grier 2011 Todd Bowles ...................2-1-0
Senior Vice President of Operations: 2012-15 Joe Philbin*** ............24-28-0
Todd Boyan 2015 Dan Campbell..................5-7-0
Senior Vice President-Chief Financial 2016 Adam Gase ...................10-7-0
American Football Conference Officer: Chris Clements *Resigned after nine games in 2004
East Division Senior Vice President-Chief Technology **Released after 13 games in 2011
Team Colors: Aqua, Orange, White, and ***Released after four games in 2015
Officer: Tery Howard
Blue Senior Vice President – Miami Dolphins
7500 S.W. 30th Street Foundation and Dolphins Cancer PAID ATTENDANCE
Davie, Florida 33314 Challenge: Jennifer Jehn Home 494,297 Away 530,279
Telephone: (954) 452-7000 Senior Vice President of Communications Total 1,024,576
and Community Affairs: Jason Jenkins Single-game home record,
2017 SCHEDULE Senior Vice President, Chief Commercial 75,283 (10/27/96)
PRESEASON Officer: Todd Kline Single-season home record, 592,161
Aug. 10 Atlanta...............................7:00 Senior Vice President, Special Projects (1999)
Aug. 17 Baltimore...........................7:00 and Alumni Relations: Nat Moore
Aug. 24 at Philadelphia ....................7:00 Senior Vice President, General Counsel: 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Aug. 31 at Minnesota ......................8:00 Myles Pistorius Round Name Pos. College
Senior Vice President of Stadium 1 Charles Harris DE Missouri
REGULAR SEASON 2 Raekwon McMillan LB Ohio St.
Sep. 10 Tampa Bay .......................1:00 Renovation: Bill Senn
Senior Vice President-Chief Marketing 3 Cordrea Tankersley DB Clemson
Sep. 17 at L.A. Chargers .................4:05 5 Isaac Asiata G Utah
Sep. 24 at N.Y. Jets .........................1:00 Officer: Jeremy Walls
Vice President of Human Resources and Davon Godchaux DT Louisiana St.
Oct. 1 New Orleans (London) 9:30 AM
Performance Management: 6 VIncent Taylor DT Oklahoma St.
Oct. 8 Tennessee ........................1:00
Sam Coghill 7 Isaiah Ford WR Virginia Tech
Oct. 15 at Atlanta ...........................1:00
Oct. 22 N.Y. Jets ............................1:00 Vice President of Partnership Activation:
Oct. 26 at Baltimore (Thu) ..............8:25 Nick Forro
Nov. 5 Oakland ..........................*8:30 Vice President of Guest and VIP
Nov. 13 at Carolina (Mon) ...............8:30 Services: Bill Galante
Nov. 19 BYE Special Advisor to the President and
Nov. 26 at New England .................1:00 CEO: Dan Marino
Dec. 3 Denver ..............................1:00 Director of College Scouting:
Dec. 11 New England (Mon)...........8:30 Adam Engroff
Dec. 17 at Buffalo ..........................1:00 Director of Pro Personnel: Anthony Hunt
Dec. 24 at Kansas City ...................1:00 Director of Sports Performance:
Dec. 31 Buffalo ..............................1:00 Wayne Diesel
* All times ET; Sunday night games in Head Athletic Trainer: Ryan Grove
Weeks 5-15 subject to change Team Nutritionist: Mary Ellen Bingham
Stadium: Hard Rock Stadium Equipment Manager: Joe Cimino
(opened in 1987) Video Director: Mike Nobler
•Capacity: 64,767 Director of Player Engagement:
2269 Dan Marino Blvd. Kaleb Thornhill
Miami Gardens, Florida 33056 Director of Team Security: Drew Brooks
Playing Surface: Grass (PAT) Senior Director of Football
Training Camp: Baptist Health Training Facility at Communications: Matt Taylor
Nova Southeastern University Senior Director of Football
7500 S.W. 30th Street Administration: Brandon Shore
Davie, Florida 33314 Senior Director of Team Operations:
Scott Bullis
HARD ROCK STADIUM
Senior Director of Security: Joe Cicini
Senior Director of Brand Impact and
Entertainment: Dorie Grogan

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (2-2) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Tannehill 389 261 2995 67.1 19 12 29/216 93.5
08/12 W 27-10 at New York Giants Moore 87 55 721 63.2 8 3 1/0 105.6
08/19 L 14-41 at Dallas Landry 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0/0 39.6
08/25 W 17-6 Atlanta Dolphins 477 316 3716 66.2 27 15 30/216 95.5
09/01 L 10-21 Tennessee Opponents 591 368 4101 62.3 30 16 33/226 88.5

REGULAR SEASON (10-6) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent
SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Lippett 4 0 0.0 0 0
09/11 L 10-12 at Seattle
Franks 0 0 0 41/42 16/21 0 89 Alonso 2 70 35.0 60t 1
09/18 L 24-31 at New England
Stills 0 9 0 0/0 0/0 0 54 Maxwell 2 29 14.5 27 0
09/25 W 30-24 Cleveland (OT)
Ajayi 8 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 48 Abdul-Quddus 2 16 8.0 9 0
09/29 L 7-22 at Cincinnati
D. Williams 3 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 36 R. Jones 1 17 17.0 17 0
10/09 L 17-30 Tennessee
Landry 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 26 Phillips 1 17 17.0 17 0
10/16 W 30-15 Pittsburgh
Parker 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Rambo 1 17 17.0 17 0
10/23 W 28-25 Buffalo
Sims 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Wake 1 12 12.0 12 0
11/06 W 27-23 New York Jets
Drake 2 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 18 Hull 1 8 8.0 8 0
11/13 W 31-24 at San Diego
Aikens 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 8 McCain 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/20 W 14-10 at Los Angeles
Alonso 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Dolphins 16 186 11.6 60t 1
11/27 W 31-24 San Francisco
Cameron 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Opponents 15 106 7.1 53 1
12/04 L 6-38 at Baltimore
Carroo 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6
12/11 W 26-23 Arizona
Grant 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
12/17 W 34-13 at New York Jets
D. Jones 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Darr 90 3991 44.3 32 66
12/24 W 34-31 at Buffalo (OT)
Tannehill 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Dolphins 90 3991 44.3 32 66
01/01 L 14-35 New England
Dolphins 14 27 4 41/42 16/21 0 363 Opponents 74 3095 41.8 28 62
(OT) Overtime
Opponents 12 30 1 34/38 26/35 0 380
2-Pt Conv: Landry. PUNT
POSTSEASON (0-1) Dolphins 1-2, Opponents 5-5. RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent Grant 20 3 165 8.3 74t 1
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Landry 16 15 163 10.2 20 0
01/8 L 12-30 at Pittsburgh
Ajayi 260 1272 4.9 62t 8 Dolphins 36 18 328 9.1 74t 1
Drake 33 179 5.4 45t 2 Opponents 37 26 300 8.1 30 0
SCORE BY PERIODS
Tannehill 39 164 4.2 18 1
Dolphins 41 101 111 101 9 — 363
D. Williams 35 115 3.3 23 3 KICKOFF
Opponents 110 95 58 117 0 — 380
Foster 22 55 2.5 9 0 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Pead 8 22 2.8 4 0 Grant 19 439 23.1 45 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS
Landry 5 17 3.4 13 0 Drake 13 397 30.5 96t 1
Dolphins Opp.
Grant 1 1 1.0 1 0 D. Williams 2 32 16.0 17 0
Total First Downs 278 349
Darr 1 0 0.0 0 0 Gray 1 11 11.0 11 0
Rushing 90 109
Moore 1 -1 -1.0 -1 0 Dolphins 35 879 25.1 96t 1
Passing 167 199
Dolphins 405 1824 4.5 62t 14 Opponents 31 632 20.4 44 0
Penalty 21 41
Opponents 464 2247 4.8 60t 12
3rd Down: Made/Att 69/188 77/213
3rd Down Pct. 36.7 36.2 FIELD
RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
4th Down: Made/Att 0/4 9/16
Landry 94 1136 12.1 71 4 Franks 0/0 8/10 6/6 1/3 1/2
4th Down Pct. 0.0 56.3
Parker 56 744 13.3 56t 4 Dolphins 0/0 8/10 6/6 1/3 1/2
Possession Avg. 28:23 31:37
Stills 42 726 17.3 74t 9 Opponents 0/0 8/8 6/7 10/17 2/3
Total Net Yards 5324 6122
Ajayi 27 151 5.6 15 0
Avg. Per Game 332.8 382.6
Sims 26 256 9.8 28 4 SACKS No.
Total Plays 912 1088
D. Williams 23 249 10.8 58 3 Wake 11.5
Avg. Per Play 5.8 5.6
Gray 14 174 12.4 53 0 Branch 5.5
Net Yards Rushing 1824 2247
Drake 9 46 5.1 9 0 Suh 5.0
Avg. Per Game 114.0 140.4
Cameron 8 60 7.5 13 1 J. Jones 3.5
Total Rushes 405 464
D. Jones 7 61 8.7 24 1 M. Williams 1.5
Net Yards Passing 3500 3875
Foster 6 78 13.0 50 0 Abdul-Quddus 1.0
Avg. Per Game 218.8 242.2
Carroo 3 29 9.7 15t 1 Hewitt 1.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 30/216 33/226
Pead 1 6 6.0 6 0 McCain 1.0
Gross Yards 3716 4101
Dolphins 316 3716 11.8 74t 27 M. Thomas 1.0
Att./Completions 477/316 591/368
Opponents 368 4101 11.1 77t 30 (group) 1.0
Completion Pct. 66.2 62.3
Had Intercepted 15 16 R. Jones 0.5
Punts/Average 90/44.3 74/41.8 Phillips 0.5
Net Punting Avg. 90/39.9 74/37.4 Dolphins 33.0
Penalties/Yards 125/1141 109/919 Opponents 30.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 26/8 24/9
Touchdowns 45 43
Rushing 14 12
Passing 27 30
Returns 4 1

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Larry Csonka, 1968-1974, 1979 ........................................................6,737
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Dan Marino, 1983-1999...................................................................61,361
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Dan Marino, 1983-1999........................................................................420
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Mark Clayton, 1983-1992 .....................................................................550
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Mark Duper, 1982-1992 .....................................................................8,869
Interceptions ...................................................................Jake Scott, 1970-75................................................................................35
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Brandon Fields, 2007-2014 ..................................................................46.8
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Jeff Ogden, 2000-01 ............................................................................13.7
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Mercury Morris, 1969-1975.................................................................26.5
Field Goals ......................................................................Olindo Mare, 1997-2006 .......................................................................245
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Mark Clayton, 1983-1992 .......................................................................82
Points..............................................................................Olindo Mare, 1997-2006 ....................................................................1,048
*Sacks............................................................................Jason Taylor, 1997-2007, 2009, 2011................................................131.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Ricky Williams, 2002 .........................................................................1,853
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Dan Marino, 1984 ..............................................................................5,084
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Dan Marino, 1984 ...................................................................................48
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Jarvis Landry, 2015 ..............................................................................110
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Mark Clayton, 1984............................................................................1,389
Interceptions ...................................................................Dick Westmoreland, 1967 .......................................................................10
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Brandon Fields, 2012 ...........................................................................50.2
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Jeff Ogden, 2000 .................................................................................17.0
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Duriel Harris, 1976...............................................................................32.9
Field Goals ......................................................................Olindo Mare, 1999 ..................................................................................39
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Mark Clayton, 1984.................................................................................18
Points..............................................................................Olindo Mare, 1999 ................................................................................144
*Sacks............................................................................Jason Taylor, 2002 ...............................................................................18.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Ricky Williams, 12-1-02........................................................................228
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Dan Marino, 10-23-88...........................................................................521
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Bob Griese, 11-24-77 ...............................................................................6
Dan Marino, 9-21-86.................................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Chris Chambers, 12-4-05........................................................................15
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Brian Hartline, 9-30-12 .........................................................................253
Interceptions ...................................................................Dick Anderson, 12-3-73........................................................................**4
Field Goals ......................................................................Olindo Mare, 10-17-99..............................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Paul Warfield, 12-15-73 ............................................................................4
Mark Ingram, 11-27-94.............................................................................4
Ronnie Brown, 9-21-08.............................................................................4
Points..............................................................................Paul Warfield, 12-15-73 ..........................................................................24
Mark Ingram, 11-27-94...........................................................................24
Ronnie Brown, 9-21-08...........................................................................24
*Sacks............................................................................Cameron Wake, 9-30-12 ........................................................................4.5

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
35 Aikens, Walt S 6-1 218 6/19/91 4 Liberty Charlotte, N.C. D4-’14 15/0
23 Ajayi, Jay RB 6-0 229 6/15/93 3 Boise State Plano, Texas D5-’15 15/12
29 Allen, Nate S 6-0 210 11/30/87 8 South Florida Cape Coral, Fla. UFA(Oak)-’17 14/4*
47 Alonso, Kiko LB 6-3 239 8/14/90 5 Oregon Los Gatos, Calif. T(Phil)-’16 15/15
49 Barrow, Lamin LB 6-1 237 11/29/90 4 Louisiana State Kenner, La. W(Chi)-’16 0*
50 Branch, Andre DE 6-5 263 7/14/89 6 Clemson Richmond, Va. UFA(Jax)-’16 16/11
64 Brendel, Jake C 6-4 305 9/10/92 2 UCLA Madison, Wis. FA-’16 1/0
74 Bushrod, Jermon G/T 6-5 320 8/19/84 11 Towson Fredericksburg, Va. FA-’16 16/16
56 #Butler, Donald LB 6-1 242 10/17/88 7 Washington Sacramento, Calif. FA-’16 14/5
84 #Cameron, Jordan TE 6-5 265 8/7/88 7 Southern California Newbury Park, Calif. UFA(Cle)-’15 3/3
88 Carroo, Leonte WR 6-1 217 1/24/94 2 Rutgers Edison, N.J. D3b-’16 14/2
4 Darr, Matt P 6-1 214 7/2/92 3 Tennessee Bakersfield, Calif. FA-’15 16/0
92 Denney, John LS 6-5 242 12/13/78 13 Brigham Young Thornton, Colo. FA-’05 16/0
32 Drake, Kenyan RB 6-1 216 1/26/94 2 Alabama Powder Springs, Ga. D3a-’16 16/1
83 Duarte, Thomas TE 6-2 241 3/30/95 2 UCLA Fullerton, Calif. D7b-’16 1/0
9 Fales, David QB 6-1 212 10/4/90 3 San Jose State Salinas, Calif. FA-’17 1/0*
80 Fasano, Anthony TE 6-4 255 4/20/84 12 Notre Dame Glen Ridge, N.J. UFA(Tenn)-’17 16/10*
78 Fede, Terrence DE 6-4 267 11/19/91 4 Marist Nyack, N.Y. D7-’14 9/0
3 Franks, Andrew K 6-1 202 1/11/93 3 RPI Carmel, Calif. FA-’15 16/0
19 Grant, Jakeem WR 5-7 172 10/30/92 2 Texas Tech Mesquite, Texas D6a-’16 16/0
48 Gray, MarQueis TE 6-4 255 11/7/89 5 Minnesota Indianapolis, Ind. FA-’16 16/7
95 t- Hayes, William DE 6-3 278 5/2/85 10 Winston-Salem State High Point, N.C. T(LAR)-’17 14/14*
46 Hewitt, Neville LB 6-2 232 4/6/93 3 Marshall Conyers, Ga. FA-’15 16/5
25 Howard, Xavien CB 6-1 198 7/4/93 2 Baylor Houston, Texas D2-’16 7/6
45 Hull, Mike LB 6-0 233 5/25/91 2 Penn State Cononsburg, Pa. FA-’15 16/1
70 James, Ja’Wuan T 6-6 307 6/3/92 4 Tennessee Suwannee, Ga. D1-’14 16/16
27 Johnson, Storm RB 6-0 216 7/10/92 2 Central Florida Lithonia, Ga. FA-’16 0/0*
20 Jones, Reshad S 6-1 214 2/25/88 8 Georgia Atlanta, Ga. D5b-’10 6/6
14 Landry, Jarvis WR 5-11 206 11/28/92 4 Louisiana State Lutcher, La. D2-’14 16/16
62 Larsen, Ted C/G 6-2 315 6/13/87 8 North Carolina State Palm Harbor, Fla. UFA(Chi)-’17 16/8*
36 Lippett, Tony CB 6-3 194 7/2/92 3 Michigan State Detroit, Mich. D5d-’15 16/13
21 Lucas, Jordan CB 6-0 204 8/2/93 2 Penn State New Rochelle, N.Y. D6b-’16 8/0
41 Maxwell, Byron CB 6-1 203 2/23/88 7 Clemson North Charleston, S.C. T(Phi)-’16 13/13
22 McDonald, T.J. S 6-2 217 1/26/91 5 Southern California Fresno, Calif. UFA(LAR)-’17 16/16*
28 McCain, Bobby CB 5-11 192 8/18/93 3 Memphis Oxford, Ala. D5a-’15 16/8
55 Misi, Koa LB 6-3 256 1/17/87 8 Utah Santa Rosa, Calif. D2-’10 3/2
8 Moore, Matt QB 6-3 225 8/9/84 10 Oregon State Newhall, Calif. UFA(Car)-’11 4/3
96 Okoye, Lawrence DT 6-6 304 10/6/91 2 None Croydon, England FA-’17 0*
11 Parker, DeVante WR 6-3 212 1/20/93 3 Louisville Louisville, Ky. D1-’15 15/8
42 #Paysinger, Spencer LB 6-2 249 6/28/88 7 Oregon Los Angeles, Calif. UFA(NYG)-’15 15/3
34 Perry, Senorise RB 6-0 211 9/19/91 3 Louisville Summerville, Ga. FA-’16 0*
97 Phillips, Jordan DT 6-6 335 10/15/92 3 Oklahoma Towanda, Kan. D2-’15 16/11
40 Pitts, Lafayette CB 5-11 196 9/24/92 2 Pittsburgh Duquesne, Pa. FA-’16 8/0
51 Pouncey, Mike C 6-5 299 7/24/89 7 Florida Lakeland, Fla. D1-’11 5/5
30 #Rambo, Bacarri S 6-0 211 6/27/90 5 Georgia Donalsonville, Ga FA, 9/5
57 Reilly, Trevor LB 6-5 245 1/17/88 4 Utah San Diego, Calif. FA-’16 2/0
87 Scott, Rashawn WR 6-2 204 1/29/92 2 Miami Melbourne, Fla. FA-’16 2/0
65 Steen, Anthony C/G 6-3 313 5/9/90 2 Alabama Clarksdale, Miss. FA-’16 15/7
10 Stills, Kenny WR 6-0 195 4/22/92 5 Oklahoma Carlsbad, Calif. T(NO)-’15 16/16
93 Suh, Ndamukong DT 6-4 305 1/6/87 8 Nebraska Portland, Ore. UFA(Det)-’15 16/16
17 Tannehill, Ryan QB 6-4 216 7/27/88 6 Texas A&M Big Spring, Texas D1-’12 13/13
89 t- Thomas, Julius TE 6-5 256 6/27/88 7 Portland State Stockton Calif. T(Jax)-’17 9/6*
31 Thomas, Michael S 5-11 193 3/17/90 5 Stanford Houston, Texas FA-’13 16/8
94 Timmons, Lawrence LB 6-1 234 5/14/86 11 Florida State Florence, S.C. UFA(Pitt)-’17 16/16*
67 Tunsil, Laremy G/T 6-5 316 8/2/94 2 Mississippi Lake City, Fla. D1-’16 14/14
60 Urbik, Kraig C/G 6-5 334 9/23/85 9 Wisconsin Hudson, Wis. FA-’16 16/6
91 Wake, Cameron DE 6-3 263 1/30/82 9 Penn State Hyattsville, Md. FA-’09 16/11
73 Warmsley, Julius DE 6-2 294 5/16/90 2 Tulane Baton Rouge, La. FA-’16 5/0
58 Watts, Brandon LB 6-2 231 1/21/91 3 Georgia Tech Tennille, Ga. FA-’16 0*
26 Williams, Damien RB 5-11 228 4/3/92 4 Oklahoma San Diego, Calif. FA-’14 15/0
98 Williams, Nick DE 6-4 309 2/21/90 4 Samford Birmingham, Ala. W(KC)-’16 10/0*
79 Young, Sam T 6-8 315 6/24/87 8 Notre Dame Coral Springs, Fla. FA-’16 8/1

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* Allen played 14 games with Oakland in '16; Barrow was last active with Chicago in '15; Fales played 1 game with Chicago; Fasano
played 16 games with Tennessee; Hayes played 14 games with L.A. Rams; Johnson last active with Jacksonville in '14; Larsen played
16 games with Chicago; McDonald played 16 games with L.A. Rams; Okoye has not played in an NFL game; Perry last active with
Chicago in '14; Thomas played 9 games with Jacksonville; Timmons played 16 games with Pittsburgh; Watts last active with Minnesota
in '15; Williams played in 5 games with Miami and 5 games with Kansas City.

# Unrestricted free agent; subject to developments

t- Dolphins traded for Hayes (LAR) and Thomas (Jax).

Traded—T Branden Albert (12 games in ’16) to Jacksonville.

Players lost to free agency (3): LB Jelani Jenkins (Oak; 9 games in '16), TE Dion Sims (Chi; 14), QB T.J. Yates (Buff; 0).

Also played with Dolphins in '16—S Isa Abdul-Quddus (15 games), CB Chimdi Chekwa (3), G Jamil Douglas (1), RB Arian Foster (4),
WR Justin Hunter (1), DT Chris Jones (7), TE Dominique Jones (9), DE Jason Jones (14), DT Earl Mitchell (9), DT Leon Orr (5),
RB Isaiah Pead (3), G Dallas Thomas (1), G Billy Turner (5), LB Zach Vigil (7), DE Mario Williams (13).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Allen, Chase LB 6-4 241 8/29/93 Southern Illinois Belleville, Ill. FA
Asiata, Isaac G 6-3 323 12/29/92 Utah Spanish Fork, Utah D5a
Chapman, Winston LS 6-2 230 4/15/92 Mississippi State Fairhope, Ala. FA
Davis, Jesse (1) T 6-6 309 9/15/91 Idaho Asotin, Wash. FA-'16
Doughty, Brandon (1) QB 6-3 217 10/6/91 Western Kentucky Davie, Fla. D7a-'16
Ford, Isaiah WR 6-2 195 2/9/96 Virginia Tech Jacksonville, Fla. D7
Godchaux, Davon DT 6-4 299 11/11/94 Louisiana State Plaquemine, La. D5b
Haack, Matt P 6-1 185 11/24/94 Arizona State West Des Moines, Iowa FA
Harris, Charles DE 6-3 260 3/6/95 Missouri Kansas City, Mo. D1
Hendy AJ (1) S 6-0 209 4/8/93 Maryland Bowie, Md. FA-'16
Hope, Larry DB 5-11 191 10/19/93 Akron Miami, Fla. FA
Lacey, Deon (1) LB 6-1 225 7/18/90 West Alabama Brighton, Ala. FA
Lewis, Malcolm WR 6-0 187 10/27/93 Miami Miramar, Fla. FA
Malveaux, Cameron DE 6-6 270 8/22/94 Houston Beaumont, Texas FA
Martin-Oguike, Praise DE 6-2 250 8/30/93 Temple Woodbridge, N.J. FA
McMillan, Raekwon LB 6-2 243 11/17/96 Ohio State Hinesville, Ga. D2
McTyer, Torry DB 6-0 195 4/10/95 Nevada-Las Vegas Los Angeles, Calif. FA
Miley, Arthur (1) DE 6-6 270 3/3/93 Southern Mangham, La. FA
Morgan, Drew WR 6-0 193 12/2/94 Arkansas Greenwood, Ark. FA
Owusu, Francis WR 6-3 210 12/27/94 Stanford Oxnard, Calif. FA
Pantale, Chris (1) TE 6-5 254 3/22/90 Boston College Wayne, N.J. FA
Poole, Terry (1) T 6-5 300 2/27/92 San Diego State Seaside, Calif. FA-'16
Saint Fleur, Joby DE 6-5 245 11/11/92 Northwestern Oklahoma St. Winter Haven, Fla. FA
Smith, De’Veon RB 6-0 229 11/8/94 Michigan Warren, Ohio FA
Smith, Eric T 6-5 300 9/2/95 Virginia Decatur, Ga. FA
Smith, Maurice DB 6-0 195 6/14/95 Georgia Sugar Land, Texas FA
Stringfellow, Damore’ea WR 6-2 219 10/18/94 Mississippi Perris, Calif. FA
Tankersley, Cordrea CB 6-1 200 11/19/93 Clemson Beech Island, S.C. D3
Taylor, Vincent DT 6-3 310 1/5/94 Oklahoma State San Antonio, Texas D6
Young, Avery (1) T 6-6 305 11/12/92 Auburn Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. FA

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

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COACHING STAFF College coach: Iowa 2007-2011. Pro coach: Dolphins in 2016.
Head Coach, Joined Dolphins in 2012. Shawn Jefferson, wide receivers; born
Adam Gase Matt Burke, defensive coordinator; born February 22, 1969, Jacksonville, Fla. Wide
Pro Career: Became the 12th head coach in March 25, 1976, Hudson, Mass. Safety receiver Central Florida 1988-1990. Pro wide
Dolphins history on Jan. 9, 2016. Gase led Dartmouth 1994-97. No pro playing experi- receiver San Diego Chargers 1991-95, New
the Dolphins to the playoffs in his first sea- ence. College coach: Boston College 2000- England Patriots 1996-99, Atlanta Falcons
son at the helm, posting a 10-6 regular sea- 02, Harvard 2003. Pro coach: Tennessee 2000-02, Detroit Lions 2003. Pro coach:
son record and earning the team’s first win- Titans 2006-08, Detroit Lions 2009-2013, Detroit Lions 2005-2012, Tennessee Titans
ning season and postseason berth since Cincinnati Bengals 2014-15, joined Dolphins 2013-15, joined Dolphins in 2016.
2008. He is the fourth head coach in in 2016. Ben Johnson, asst. quarterbacks; born May
Dolphins history to advance to the postsea- Frank Bush, asst. head coach/linebackers; 11, 1986, Charleston, S.C. Quarterback
son in his first season as head coach. Gase born January 10, 1963, Athens, Ga. North Carolina 2004-08. No pro playing
joined Miami after serving as the offensive Linebacker North Carolina State 1981-1984. experience. College coach: Boston College
coordinator for the Chicago Bears in 2015. In Pro linebacker Houston Oilers 1985-86. Pro 2010-11. Pro coach: Joined Dolphins in
his lone season with the Bears, Gase helped coach: Houston Oilers 1987-1991 (scout), 2012.
improve the team’s rushing attack from 27th 1992-94, Denver Broncos 1995-2003, Daronte Jones, asst. defensive backs; born
in the NFL to 11th. He also helped Jay Cutler Arizona Cardinals 2004-06, Houston Texans November 11, 1978, Annapolis, Md.
post the highest quarterback rating of his 2007-2010, Tennessee Titans 2011-12, St. Defensive back Temple 1996, Morgan State
career. Prior to Chicago, Gase spent six sea- Louis/Los Angeles Rams 2013-16, joined 1997-2000. No pro playing experience.
sons (2009-2014) with the Denver Broncos. Dolphins in 2017. College coach: Lenoir-Rhyme 2001, Nicholls
In Gase’s first season as offensive coordina- Andre Carter, asst. defensive line; born May State 2002, Bowie State 2005-09, UCLA
tor (2013), the Broncos set NFL records in 12, 1979, Denver, Colo. Defensive end 2010, Hawaii 2012-14, Wisconsin. Pro
both points (606) and touchdowns (76). He California 1997-2000, Pro defensive end coaching experience: Montreal Allouettes
began his NFL career as a scouting assistant San Francisco 49ers 2001-05, Washington (CFL) 2011, joined Dolphins in 2016.
for the Detroit Lions (2003-04) and coached Redskins 2006-2010, New England Patriots Chris Kuper, asst. offensive line; born
the Lions (2005-07) and San Francisco 2011, Oakland Raiders 2012, New England December 19, 1982, Anchorage, Alaska.
49ers (2008). Career record: 10-7. Patriots 2013. College coach: California Guard North Dakota State 2001-05. Pro
Background: Gase earned his bachelor’s 2015. Pro coach: Joined Dolphins in 2017. guard Denver Broncos 2006-2013. Pro
degree from Michigan State, where he was a Clyde Christensen, offensive coordinator; coach: Joined Dolphins in 2016.
student assistant. He was a graduate/ born January 28, 1956, Covina, Calif. Marwan Maalouf, asst. special teams; born
recruiting assistant at Louisiana State (2000- Quarterback Fresno City College 1975, North November 26, 1976, Strongsville, Ohio.
03). Carolina 1976-78. No pro playing experi- Guard Baldwin-Wallace 1997-99. No pro
Personal: Born March 29, 1978 in Ypsilanti, ence. College coach: Mississippi 1979, East playing experience. College coach: Baldwin-
Mich. He and his wife, Jennifer, have a Tennessee State 1980-82, Temple 1983-85, Wallace 2000, Fordham 2001, Rutgers
daughter, McKenzie, and two sons, A.J. and East Carolina 1986-88, Holy Cross 1989- 2002-03. Pro coach: Cleveland Browns
Wyatt. 1990, South Carolina 1991, Maryland 1992- 2004-06, Baltimore Ravens 2008-2011,
93, Clemson, 1994-95. Pro coach: Tampa Indianapolis Colts 2012, joined Dolphins in
ASSISTANT COACHES Bay Buccaneers 1996-2001, Indianapolis 2013.
Lou Anarumo, defensive backs; born August Colts 2002-2015, joined Dolphins in 2016. Rusty McKinney, defensive quality control;
18, 1966, Staten Island, N.Y. Attended Shane Day, tight ends; born September 27, born October 17, 1980, Fairfax County, Va.
Wagner. No college or pro playing experi- 1974, Manhattan, Kan. Wide receiver Linebacker Towson 1998-2001. No pro play-
ence. College coach: U.S. Merchant Marine Rhodes College 1995-96. No pro playing ing experience. College coach: Saint Anselm
Academy 1989-1990, 1992-94, Wagner experience. College coach: Michigan 2005- 2008, Bentley University 2009-2013. Pro
1990, Syracuse 1990-91, Harvard 1995- 06, Connecticut 2012-13. Pro coach: San coach: Cleveland Browns 2014-15, joined
2000, Marshall 2001-03, Purdue 2004- Francisco 49ers 2007-09, Chicago Bears Dolphins in 2016.
2011. Pro coach: Joined Dolphins in 2012. 2010-11, Washington Redskins 2014-15, Dave Puloka, head strength and condition-
Jim Arthur, asst. strength and conditioning; joined Dolphins in 2016. ing; born January 12, 1979, Arlington, Mass.
born July 12, 1978, Cheshire, Conn. Chris Foerster, run game coordina- Linebacker Holy Cross 1997-2000. No pro
Attended Springfield (Mass.) College. No tor/offensive line; born October 12, 1961, playing experience. College coach: Stevens
college or pro playing experience. College Milwaukee, Wisc. Center Colorado State Institute of Technology 2005, Virginia 2006.
coach: Springfield College 2000, Louisiana 1979-1982. No pro playing experience. Pro coach: Atlanta Falcons 2007, joined
Tech 2001, Boston College 2002. Pro coach: College coach: Colorado State 1983-87, Dolphins in 2008.
Buffalo Bills 2002-04, Chicago Bears 2005- Stanford 1988-1991, Minnesota 1992. Pro Darren Rizzi, associate head coach/special
2015, joined Dolphins in 2016. coach: Minnesota Vikings 1993-95, Tampa teams coordinator; born July 21, 1970,
Danny Barrett, running backs; born Bay Buccaneers 1996-2001, Indianapolis Hillsdale, N.J. Tight end Rhode Island 1988-
December 18, 1961, Boynton Beach, Fla. Colts 2002-03, Miami Dolphins 2004, 1991. College coach: Rhode Island 1992,
Quarterback Cincinnati 1979-1982. Pro Baltimore Ravens 2005-07, San Francisco Colgate 1993, New Haven 1993-97,
quarterback Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 49ers 2008-09, 2015, Washington Redskins Northeastern 1998, New Haven 1999-2001
1983-85, 1990-91, 1996, Toronto 2010-14, re-joined Dolphins in 2016. (head coach), Rutgers 2002-07, Rhode
Argonauts (CFL) 1985-88, British Columbia Josh Grizzard, offensive quality control; born Island 2008 (head coach). Pro coach: Joined
Lions (CFL) 1992-93, 1998, Ottawa Rough June 11, 1990, Zebulon, N.C. Defensive Dolphins in 2009.
Riders (CFL) 1994-95. College coach: back Yale 2008-2011. No pro playing experi- Terrell Williams, defensive line; born June
Buffalo 2007-09, Central Florida 2011-15. ence. College coach: Yale 2012, Duke 2013- 19, 1974, Los Angeles, Calif. Nose guard
Pro coach: Calgary Stampeders (CFL) 1997, 16. Pro coach: Joined Dolphins in 2017. East Carolina 1995-98. No pro playing expe-
British Columbia Lions (CFL) 1998-99, Bo Hardegree, quarterbacks; born July 5, rience. College coach: Fort Scott (Kan.) C.C.
Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL) 2000-06, 1984, Jackson, Tenn. Quarterback 1998, North Carolina A&T 1999-2001,
joined Dolphins in 2016. Tennessee 2003-06. No pro playing experi- Youngstown State 2002-03, Akron 2004-05,
Charlie Bullen, asst. linebackers; born ence. College coach: Duke 2008-2010, Purdue 2006-09, Texas A&M 2010-11,
September 28, 1984, Palatine, Ill. Attended Louisiana State 2011-13. Pro coach: Denver Florida 2015. Pro coach: Oakland Raiders
Iowa. No college or pro playing experience. Broncos 2014, Chicago Bears, 2015, joined 2012-14, joined Dolphins in 2015.

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NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Chairman & CEO: Robert K. Kraft Boston 1960-1970
President: Jonathan A. Kraft (508-402-9)
President of New England Patriots Records include postseason games
Charitable Foundation: Josh Kraft 1960-61 Lou Saban*.....................7-12-0
Vice President of Human Resources: 1961-68 Mike Holovak ................53-47-9
Robin Boudreau 1969-1970 Clive Rush**...................5-16-0
Chief Operating Officer of TeamOps 1970-72 John Mazur*** ...............9-21-0
Security: Mark Briggs 1972 Phil Bengtson ....................1-4-0
Equipment Manager: Brenden Murphy 1973-78 Chuck Fairbanks**** ....46-41-0
Director of Player Personnel: 1978 Hank Bullough-Ron Erhardt#...0-1-0
Nick Caserio 1979-1981 Ron Erhardt ....................21-27-0
Vice President of Information 1982-84 Ron Meyer## ..............18-16-0
Technology: Pat Curley 1984-89 Raymond Berry .............51-41-0
Video Director: Jimmy Dee 1990 Rod Rust.........................1-15-0
American Football Conference Chief Marketing Officer: Jennifer Ferron 1991-92 Dick MacPherson ............8-24-0
East Division CEO of Kraft Analytics Group (KAGR): 1993-96 Bill Parcells ...................34-34-0
Team Colors: Blue, Red, Silver, and White Jessica Gelman 1997-99 Pete Carroll ...................28-23-0
Gillette Stadium Vice President, The Kraft Group and Club 2000-2016 Bill Belichick................226-80-0
One Patriot Place Counsel, the New England Patriots: *Released after five games in 1961
Foxborough, Massachusetts 02035 Robyn Glaser **Released after seven games in 1970
Telephone: (508) 543-8200 ***Resigned after nine games in 1972
Vice President of Media and Community
****Suspended for final regular-season game in 1978
Relations: Stacey James #Co-coaches
2017 SCHEDULE Publisher and Vice President of Content: ##Released after eight games in 1984
PRESEASON Fred Kirsch
Aug. 10 Jacksonville.......................7:30 Vice President of Corporate Sponsorship PAID ATTENDANCE
Aug. 19 at Houston .........................8:00 Sales: Murray Kohl Home 514,726 Away 549,949
Aug. 25 at Detroit ............................7:00 Director of Research: Richard Miller Total 1,064,675
Aug. 31 New York Giants ................7:30 Vice President of Stadium Business Single-game home record,
Development and External Affairs: 71,768 (11/30/08)
REGULAR SEASON Dan Murphy Single-season home record,
Sep. 7 Kansas City (Thu) ..............8:30 Director of Football / Head Coach 579,182 (2007)
Sep. 17 at New Orleans ..................1:00 Administration: Berj Najarian
Sep. 24 Houston ............................1:00 Chief Operating Officer: James Nolan
Oct. 1 Carolina ............................1:00 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Vice President of Corporate Round Name Pos. College
Oct. 5 at Tampa Bay (Thu)............8:25 Relationships: David Pearlstein
Oct. 15 at N.Y. Jets .........................1:00 2 Derek Rivers DE Youngstown St.
Senior Executive Producer of Broadcast 3 Antonio Garcia T Troy
Oct. 22 Atlanta ............................*8:30 Production: Matt Smith
Oct. 29 L.A. Chargers ....................1:00 4 Deatrich Wise DE Arkansas
Director of Cheerleaders: Tracy Sormanti 6 Conor McDermott T UCLA
Nov. 5 BYE
Executive Director of Community Affairs:
Nov. 12 at Denver ........................*8:30
Nov. 19 at Oakland (Mexico City) ....4:25 Andre Tippett
Nov. 26 Miami ...............................1:00 Head Athletic Trainer: Jim Whalen
Dec. 3 at Buffalo ..........................1:00 Vice President of Food and Beverage:
Dec. 11 at Miami (Mon) ..................8:30 David Wheeler
Dec. 17 at Pittsburgh ......................4:25 Vice President of Finance: Jim Wilson
Dec. 24 Buffalo ..............................1:00 Executive Director of The Hall at Patriot
Dec. 31 N.Y. Jets ............................1:00 Place presented by Raytheon:
* All times ET; Sunday night games in Bryan Morry
Weeks 5-15 subject to change Executive Director of Sales: Brian Oates

Stadium: Gillette Stadium
(opened in 2002)
•Capacity: 66,829
One Patriot Place
Foxborough, Massachusetts 02035
Playing Surface: FieldTurf
Training Camp: Gillette Stadium
Foxborough, MA 02035
GILLETTE STADIUM

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (3-1) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Brady 432 291 3554 67.4 28 2 15/87 112.2
08/11 W 34-22 New Orleans Garoppolo 63 43 502 68.3 4 0 3/15 113.3
08/18 W 23-22 Chicago Brissett 55 34 400 61.8 0 0 6/46 83.9
08/26 W 19-17 at Carolina Patriots 550 368 4456 66.9 32 2 24/148 109.5
09/01 L 9-17 at New York Giants Opponents 596 368 4033 61.7 21 13 34/227 84.4

REGULAR SEASON (14-2) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Butler 4 28 7.0 21 0
09/11 W 23-21 at Arizona Gostkowski 0 0 0 46/49 27/32 0 127 Ryan 2 46 23.0 46 0
09/18 W 31-24 Miami Blount 18 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 108 Collins 2 31 15.5 18 0
09/22 W 27-0 Houston Bennett 0 7 0 0/0 0/0 0 42 Chung 1 4 4.0 4 0
10/02 L 0-16 Buffalo Floyd 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Harmon 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/09 W 33-13 at Cleveland J. White 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 McCourty 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/16 W 35-17 Cincinnati Amendola 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Rowe 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/23 W 27-16 at Pittsburgh Hogan 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Van Noy 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/30 W 41-25 at Buffalo Mitchell 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Patriots 13 109 8.4 46 0
11/13 L 24-31 Seattle Edelman 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 20 Opponents 2 16 8.0 14 0
11/20 W 30-17 at San Francisco R. Gronkowski0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18
11/27 W 22-17 at New York Jets Brissett 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
12/04 W 26-10 Los Angeles Lengel 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Allen 72 3217 44.7 23 57
12/12 W 30-23 Baltimore M. Brown 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 1 2 Patriots 72 3217 44.7 23 57
12/18 W 16-3 at Denver Hightower 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 1 2 Opponents 80 3639 45.5 27 76
12/24 W 41-3 New York Jets Patriots 19 32 0 46/49 27/32 3 441
01/01 W 35-14 at Miami Opponents 6 21 0 23/24 21/29 0 250 PUNT
2-Pt Conv: Edelman. RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
POSTSEASON (3-0) Patriots 1-2, Opponents 1-3. Amendola 18 7 121 6.7 30 0
Date Result Opponent Edelman 15 7 135 9.0 23 0
01/14 W 34-16 Houston RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD C. Jones 11 3 46 4.2 13 0
01/22 W 36-17 Pittsburgh Blount 299 1161 3.9 44 18 Chung 1 1 7 7.0 7 0
02/05 W 34-28 vs. Atlanta, Lewis 64 283 4.4 15 0 Patriots 45 18 309 6.9 30 0
Super Bowl LI (OT) J. White 39 166 4.3 16 0 Opponents 27 19 134 5.0 18 0
(OT) Overtime Brissett 16 83 5.2 27t 1
Brady 28 64 2.3 15 0 KICKOFF
SCORE BY PERIODS Edelman 12 57 4.8 9 0 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Patriots 130 112 106 93 0 — 441 Foster 7 24 3.4 7 0 C. Jones 8 180 22.5 43 0
Opponents 32 77 61 80 0 — 250 Bennett 2 10 5.0 6 0 Amendola 5 129 25.8 73 0
Hogan 3 9 3.0 6 0 Develin 3 35 11.7 15 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Garoppolo 10 6 0.6 10 0 Edelman 3 44 14.7 19 0
Patriots Opp. Slater 1 5 5.0 5 0 Slater 3 52 17.3 19 0
Total First Downs 351 294 Bolden 1 4 4.0 4 0 Lewis 2 35 17.5 23 0
Rushing 109 81 Patriots 482 1872 3.9 44 19 J. White 2 28 14.0 18 0
Passing 203 190 Opponents 368 1417 3.9 45 6 McCourty 2 9 4.5 9 0
Penalty 39 23 Foster 1 30 30.0 30 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 104/227 76/206 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD Patriots 29 542 18.7 73 0
3rd Down Pct. 45.8 36.9 Edelman 98 1106 11.3 77t 3 Opponents 40 771 19.3 35 0
4th Down: Made/Att 8/12 7/18 J. White 60 551 9.2 61 5
4th Down Pct. 66.7 38.9 Bennett 55 701 12.7 58 7 FIELD
Possession Avg. 31:13 28:47 Hogan 38 680 17.9 79t 4 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Total Net Yards 6180 5223 Mitchell 32 401 12.5 56t 4 Gostkowski 0/0 9/9 7/9 9/10 2/4
Avg. Per Game 386.3 326.4 R. Gronkowski 25 540 21.6 53t 3 Patriots 0/0 9/9 7/9 9/10 2/4
Total Plays 1056 998 Amendola 23 243 10.6 32 4 Opponents 0/0 6/6 7/9 6/10 2/4
Avg. Per Play 5.9 5.2 Lewis 17 94 5.5 16 0
Net Yards Rushing 1872 1417 Blount 7 38 5.4 16 0 SACKS No.
Avg. Per Game 117.0 88.6 Floyd 4 42 10.5 14t 1 Flowers 7.0
Total Rushes 482 368 Develin 3 18 6.0 13 0 Sheard 5.0
Net Yards Passing 4308 3806 Lengel 2 22 11.0 18t 1 Long 4.0
Avg. Per Game 269.3 237.9 Bolden 2 15 7.5 13 0 Ninkovich 4.0
Sacked/Yards Lost 24/148 34/227 Garoppolo 1 3 3.0 3 0 M. Brown 3.0
Gross Yards 4456 4033 Foster 1 2 2.0 2 0 Hightower 2.5
Att./Completions 550/368 596/368 Patriots 368 4456 12.1 79t 32 Branch 1.5
Completion Pct. 66.9 61.7 Opponents 368 4033 11.0 66 21 Butler 1.0
Had Intercepted 2 13 Chung 1.0
Punts/Average 72/44.7 80/45.5 Collins 1.0
Net Punting Avg. 72/41.4 80/41.1 McClellin 1.0
Penalties/Yards 93/819 113/930 Ryan 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 27/9 26/10 Valentine 1.0
Touchdowns 51 27 Van Noy 1.0
Rushing 19 6 Patriots 34.0
Passing 32 21 Opponents 24.0
Returns 0 0

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Sam Cunningham, 1973-79, 1981-82 ................................................5,453
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Tom Brady, 2000-2016 ....................................................................61,582
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Tom Brady, 2000-2016 .........................................................................456
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Wes Welker, 2007-2012........................................................................672
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Stanley Morgan, 1977-1989.............................................................10,352
Interceptions ...................................................................Raymond Clayborn, 1977-1989 ..............................................................36
Ty Law, 1995-2004 .................................................................................36
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Ryan Allen, 2013-16 ............................................................................45.7
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Julian Edelman, 2009-2016..................................................................11.7
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Ellis Hobbs, 2005-08 ...........................................................................27.7
Field Goals ......................................................................Stephen Gostkowski, 2006-2016 ..........................................................303
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Rob Gronkowski, 2010-16 ......................................................................69
Points..............................................................................Stephen Gostkowski, 2006-2016 .......................................................1,457
*Sacks............................................................................Andre Tippett, 1982-1993 ..................................................................100.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Corey Dillon, 2004 .............................................................................1,635
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Tom Brady, 2011................................................................................5,235
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Tom Brady, 2007.....................................................................................50
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Wes Welker, 2009 .................................................................................123
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Wes Welker, 2011 ..............................................................................1,569
Interceptions ...................................................................Ron Hall, 1964........................................................................................11
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Zoltan Mesko, 2011 .............................................................................46.5
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Julian Edelman, 2012...........................................................................15.5
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Raymond Clayborn, 1977.....................................................................31.0
Field Goals ......................................................................Stephen Gostkowski, 2013......................................................................38
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Randy Moss, 2007..................................................................................23
Points..............................................................................Stephen Gostkowski, 2013....................................................................158
*Sacks............................................................................Andre Tippett, 1984 .............................................................................18.5

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Tony Collins, 9-18-83............................................................................212
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Tom Brady, 9-12-11 ..............................................................................517
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Tom Brady, 10-21-07, 10-18-09 ...............................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Troy Brown, 9-22-02...............................................................................16
Wes Welker, 9-25-11...............................................................................16
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Wes Welker, 9-25-11.............................................................................217
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Leigh Bodden 11-22-09
Field Goals ......................................................................Gino Cappelletti, 10-4-64 ..........................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Randy Moss, 11-18-07 .............................................................................4
Points..............................................................................Gino Cappelletti, 12-18-65 ......................................................................28
*Sacks............................................................................Andre Carter, 11-13-11 ..........................................................................4.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
**NFL Record

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
83 t-Allen, Dwayne TE 6-3 265 2/24/90 6 Clemson Fayettville, N.C. T(Ind)-’17 14/14*
6 Allen, Ryan P 6-2 220 2/28/90 5 Louisiana Tech Salem, Ore. FA-’13 16/0
80 Amendola, Danny WR 5-11 190 11/2/85 9 Texas Tech The Woodlands, Texas UFA(StL)-’13 12/4
60 Andrews, David C 6-3 295 7/10/92 3 Georgia Johns Creek, Ga. FA-’15 16/16
29 #Blount, LeGarrette RB 6-0 250 12/5/86 8 Oregon Perry, Fla. FA-’14 16/8
38 Bolden, Brandon RB 5-11 220 1/26/90 6 Mississippi Baton Rouge, La. FA-’12 14/0
12 Brady, Tom QB 6-4 225 8/3/77 18 Michigan San Mateo, Calif. D6b-’00 12/12
97 Branch, Alan DL 6-6 350 12/29/84 11 Michigan Rio Ranch. N.M. FA-’14 16/16
7 Brissett, Jacoby QB 6-4 235 12/11/93 2 North Carolina State West Palm Beach, Fla. D3b-’16 3/2
90 Brown, Malcom DL 6-2 320 2/2/94 3 Texas Brenham, Texas D1-’15 16/13
21 Butler, Malcolm CB 5-11 190 3/2/90 4 West Alabama Vicksburg, Miss. FA-’14 16/16
34 Burkhead, Rex RB 5-10 210 7/2/90 5 Nebraska Plano, Texas UFA(Cin)-’16 16/1
61 Cannon, Marcus OL 6-5 335 5/6/88 7 Texas Christian Odessa, Texas D5a-’11 15/15
49 Cardona, Joe LS 6-3 245 4/16/92 3 Navy El Cajon, Calif. D5-’15 16/0
23 Chung, Patrick S 5-11 215 8/19/87 9 Oregon Racho Cucamonga, Calif. FA-’14 16/16
14 t-Cooks, Brandin WR 5-10 189 9/25/93 4 Oregon State Stockton, Calif. T(NO)-’17 16/12*
22 Coleman, Justin DB 5-11 188 3/27/93 3 Tennessee Brunswick, Ga. FA-’15 10/1
46 Develin, James FB 6-3 255 7/23/88 5 Brown Gilbertsville, Pa. FA-’12 16/4
65 Douglas, Jamil OL 6-4 308 2/28/92 2 Arizona State Cypress, Calif. FA-’17 1/0*
94 t-Ealy, Kony DE 6-4 275 1/21/91 4 Missouri New Madrid, Missouri T(Car)-’17 16/6*
43 Ebner, Nate DB 6-0 220 12/14/88 6 Ohio State Dublin, Ohio D6-’12 16/0
11 Edelman, Julian WR 5-10 200 5/22/86 9 Kent State Redwood City, Calif. D7a-’09 16/13
71 Fleming, Cameron OL 6-6 320 9/3/92 4 Stanford Houston, Texas D4c-’14 16/5
98 Flowers, Trey DL 6-2 265 8/16/93 3 Arkansas Huntsville, Ala. D4a-’15 16/8
27 Foster, D.J., RB 6-0 195 11/22/93 2 Arizona State Scottsdale, Ariz. FA-’16 3/0
55 Freeny, Jonathan LB 6-2 255 6/15/89 6 Rutgers Coconut Creek, Fla. FA-’15 5/4
10 Garoppolo, Jimmy QB 6-2 225 11/2/91 4 Eastern Illinois Arlington, Ill. D2-’14 6/2
35 Gillislee, Mike RB 5-11 219 11/1/90 5 Florida DeLand, Fla. RFA(Buff)-’17 15/1*
24 Gilmore, Stephon CB 6-1 190 9/19/90 6 South Carolina Rock Hill, South Carolina UFA(Buff)-’17 15/15*
3 Gostkowski, Stephen K 6-1 215 1/28/84 12 Memphis Madison, Miss. D4b-’06 16/0
92 Grissom, Geneo DL 6-4 265 6/4/92 3 Oklahoma Hutchinson, Kan. D3-’15 14/0
87 Gronkowski, Rob TE 6-6 265 5/14/89 8 Arizona Pittsburgh, Pa. D2-’10 8/6
93 Guy, Lawrence DL 6-4 305 3/17/90 7 Arizona State Las Vegas, Nevada UFA(Balt)-’17 16/10*
74 Hamilton, Woodrow DL 6-3 319 12/20/92 2 Mississippi Raleigh, Miss. FA-’16 2/1
30 Harmon, Duron DB 6-1 205 1/24/91 5 Rutgers Magnolia, Del. D3b-’13 16/4
54 Hightower, Dont'a LB 6-3 265 3/12/90 6 Alabama Lewisburg, Tenn. D1b-’12 13/13
15 Hogan, Chris WR 6-1 220 10/24/88 5 Monmouth Ramapo, N.J. RFA(Buff)-’16 15/14
41 Jones, Cyrus CB 5-10 197 11/29/93 2 Alabama Baltimore, Md. D2-’16 10/1
31 Jones, Jonathan DB 5-10 181 9/20/93 2 Auburn Carrollton, Ga. FA-’16 16/1
75 Karras, Ted G 6-4 307 3/15/93 2 Illinois Indianapolis, Ind. D6c-’16 16/1
96 Kilgo, Darius NT 6-3 319 12/14/91 3 Maryland Matthews, N.C. W(Den)-’16 9/0*
36 King, Brandon DB 6-2 220 6/8/93 3 Auburn Alabaster, Ala. FA-’15 16/0
82 Lengel, Matt TE 6-7 266 12/27/90 2 Eastern Kentucky Mechanicsburg, Penn. FA-’16 6/0
33 Lewis, Dion RB 5-8 195 9/27/90 6 Pittsburgh Blairstown, N.J. FA-’15 7/5
69 Mason, Shaq OL 6-1 310 8/28/93 3 Georgia Tech Columbia, Tenn. D4c-’15 16/15
58 McClellin, Shea LB 6-3 245 8/1/89 6 Boise State Marsing, Idaho UFA(Chi)-’16 14/4
32 McCourty, Devin DB 5-10 195 8/13/87 8 Rutgers Montvale, N.J. D1-’10 16/16
19 Mitchell, Malcolm WR 6-1 195 7/20/93 2 Georgia Valdosta, Ga. D4-’16 14/6
50 Ninkovich, Rob DE 6-2 260 2/1/84 12 Purdue Blue Island, Ill. FA-’09 12/11
88 t-O'Shaughnessy, James TE 6-4 245 1/14/92 3 Illinois State Naperville, Ill. T(KC)-’17 16/3*
37 Richards, Jordan DB 5-11 210 1/21/93 3 Stanford Folsom, Calif. D2-’15 11/0
51 Roberts, Elandon LB 6-0 235 4/22/94 2 Houston Port Arthur, Texas D6b-’16 13/5
25 Rowe, Eric DB 6-1 205 10/3/92 3 Utah Cleveland, Ohio T(Phil)-’16 9/7
83 #Scruggs, Greg TE 6-3 277 8/17/90 6 Louisville Cincinnati, Ohio FA-’16 0/0*
18 Slater, Matthew WR 6-0 205 9/9/85 10 UCLA Anaheim, Calif. D5-’08 13/0
77 Solder, Nate T 6-8 325 4/12/88 7 Colorado Buena Vista, Colo. D1-’11 15/15
17 Street, Devin WR 6-3 200 3/30/91 4 Pittsburgh Bethlehem, Pa. W(Ind)-’17 5/0*
62 Thuney, Joe OL 6-5 295 11/18/92 2 North Carolina State Centerville, Ohio D3a-’16 16/16
99 Valentine, Vincent DT 6-3 320 2/23/94 2 Nebraska Edwardsville, Ill. D3c-’16 13/2
53 Van Noy, Kyle LB 6-3 243 3/26/91 4 Brigham Young Reno, Nev. T(Det)-’16 14/9*
68 Waddle, LaAdrian OL 6-6 328 7/21/91 5 Texas Tech Columbus, Texas W(Det)-’15 1/0*
16 White, DeAndrew WR 6-0 192 10/16/91 2 Alabama Houston, Texas FA-’17 0*
28 White, James RB 5-10 205 2/3/92 4 Wisconsin Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. D4b-’14 16/4

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* D. Allen played 14 games with Indianapolis in ’16; Bates played 1 game with Indianapolis; Burkhead played 16 games with Cincinnati;
Cooks played 16 games with New Orleans; Douglas played 1 game with Miami; Ealy played 16 games with Carolina; Gillislee played 15
games with Buffalo; Gilmore played 15 games with Buffalo; G.Gronkowski played in 1 game with Buffalo; Guy played 16 games with
Baltimore; Jackson missed ’16 season due to injury; Floyd played 13 games with Arizona and 2 games with New England; Kilgo played
9 games with Denver; O’Shaughnessy played 16 games with Kansas City; Scruggs missed ’16 season due to injury; Street played 5
games with Indianapolis; Van Noy played 7 games with Detroit and 7 games with New England; Williams last active with New England in
’15; D.White last active with San Francisco in ’15.

# Unrestricted free agent; subject to developments.

t-Patrtios traded for D. Allen (Ind), Cooks (NO), Ealy (Car), O’Shaughnessy (KC).

Players lost to free agency (7): TE Martellus Bennett (GB; 16 games in ’16), RB LeGarrette Blount (Phil; 16),
WR Michael Floyd (Minn; 2), DE Chris Long (Phil; 16), LB Barkevious Mingo (Ind; 16), CB Logan Ryan (Tenn; 16),
DE Jabaal Sheard (Ind; 15).

Also played with Patriots in ’16—LB Jamie Collins (7 games), TE A.J. Derby (4), TE Clay Harbor (3), DE Anthony Johnson (4).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Augusta, Josh DL 6-4 335 8/24/94 Missouri Peoria, Ill. FA
Bates, Trevor (1) LB 6-1 247 8/28/93 Maine Westbrook, Maine FA-’16
Butler, Adam DL 6-5 300 4/12/94 Vanderbilt Duncanville, Texas FA
Carr, Austin WR 6-1 195 12/25/93 Northwestern Benicia, Calf. FAb
Cotton, Sam TE 6-4 250 1/27/94 Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. FA
Croston, Cole OL 6-5 295 12/25/93 Iowa Sergent Bluff, Iowa FA
Daniels Jr., LeShun RB 6-0 225 6/4/95 Iowa Warren, Ohio FA
Ellis, Brooks LB 6-2 245 1/15/95 Arkansas Fayetteville, Ark. FA
Farris, Chase (1) OL 6-4 295 4/8/93 Ohio State Elyria, Ohio FA-’16
Garcia, Tony OL 6-7 302 12/10/93 Troy Riverdale, Ga. D3b
Gronkowski, Glenn (1) FB 6-2 234 3/25/93 Kansas State Buffalo, N.Y. FA-’16
Hollister, Cody WR 6-4 209 11/18/93 Arkansas Bend, Ore. FA
Hollister, Jacob TE 6-4 239 11/18/93 Wyoming Bend, Ore. FA
Jelks, Andrew OL 6-6 307 12/6/93 Vanderbilt Paris, Tenn. FA
Jones, David DB 6-3 210 12/4/93 Richmond St. Petersburg, Fla. FA
Killings, D.J. DB 6-0 185 8/9/95 Central Florida Jacksonville, Fla. FA
King, Jason OL 6-4 310 11/18/93 Purdue Little Rock, Ark. FA
Langi, Harvey LB 6-2 252 9/24/92 Brigham Young South Jordan, Utah FA
Lucien, Devin (1) WR 6-2 195 6/26/93 Arizona State Encino, Calif. D7-’16
McDermott, Conor OL 6-8 305 10/19/92 UCLA Nashville, Tenn. D6
Moore, Kenny DB 5-9 179 8/23/95 Valdosta State Voldosta, Ga. FA
Rich, Max OL 6-7 315 5/19/94 Harvard Portland, Ore. FA
Rivers, Derek DE 6-5 250 5/9/94 Youngstown State Kinston, N.C. D3a
Thomas, Dwayne DB 6-0 201 8/22/93 Louisiana State New Orleans, La. FA
Thompson, Jason DB 6-2 208 4/21/94 Utah Renton, Wash. FA
Travis, Damarius DB 6-2 215 4/19/94 Minnesota Pensacola, Fla. FA
Vereen, Corey DL 6-2 249 6/15/95 Tennessee Winter Garden, Fla. FA
Wise Jr., Deatrich DL 6-5 271 7/26/94 Arkansas Carrollton, Texas D4

The term NFL Rookie is defined as a player who is in his first season of professional football and has not been on the roster of another professional football team for any
regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

Log on to www.patriots.com for an up-to-date roster.

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COACHING STAFF 09, he directed the Patriots to an 81 wins – 2009-2011, joined Patriots in 2014.
Head Coach, the most in NFL history by a head coach. Ivan Fears, running backs; born November
Bill Belichick Belichick’s recent accomplishments are the 15, 1954, Portsmouth, Va. Running back
Pro Career: Bill Belichick is in his 43rd sea- latest triumphs in a career during which he William & Mary 1973-75. No pro playing
son as an NFL coach and his 18th season as has helped produce seven Super Bowl titles, experience. College coach: William & Mary
head coach of the New England Patriots. 10 conference championships and 21 divi- 1977-79, Syracuse 1980-1990. Pro coach:
Hired by Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft on sion titles since entering the NFL in 1975. He New England Patriots 1991-92, Chicago
Jan. 27, 2000, Belichick has led the Patriots won his first two Super Bowls as defensive Bears 1993-98, re-joined Patriots in 1999.
to 16 consecutive winning seasons (2001- coordinator for the New York Giants in 1986 Brian Flores, linebackers; born February 24,
16). The only other NFL coach to have at least and 1990. George Seifert is the only other 1981, Brooklyn, N.Y. Linebacker Boston
10 consecutive winning seasons with one man to have won multiple Super Bowls both College 1999-2003. No pro playing experi-
team since the 1970 merger was Tom Landry, as a head coach and as an assistant coach. ence. Pro coach: Joined Patriots in 2008.
who led the Dallas Cowboys to 16 consecu- Belichick launched his coaching career in James Hardy, asst. strength and condition-
tive winning seasons (1970-1985). Through 1975 with the Baltimore Colts and continued ing; born December 5, 1981, Danville Va.
17 seasons with New England, Belichick has as an assistant coach with Detroit (1976-77), Attended Christopher Newport. No college or
delivered five Super Bowl championships, Denver (1978) and the New York Giants pro playing experience. College coach:
seven conference titles, 14 division crowns (1979-1990). Belichick was named head Christopher Newport 2004, Auburn 2005-06.
and 25 playoff victories, while posting an coach of the Cleveland Browns in 1991, Colorado 2007-2015. Pro coach: Joined
overall record of 226-80. Belichick won his becoming the youngest head coach in the Patriots in 2016.
fifth Super Bowl title in 2016 with the Patriots NFL at age 38. By 1994, Belichick the Browns Joe Judge, special teams; born December
34-28 overtime victory over the Atlanta finished 11-5 and advanced to the second 31, 1981, Philadelphia, Pa. Running back
Falcons after overcoming a 28-3 second half round of the playoffs, while allowing a league- Mississippi State 2000-04. No pro playing
deficit to give him the most Super Bowl wins low 204 total points. In 1996, Belichick joined experience. College coach: Mississippi State
among all NFL head coaches. He is one of New England and was a key contributor to the 2005-07, Birmingham-Southern 2008,
four NFL head coaches with at least five Patriots first division title in 10 years en route Alabama 2009-2011. Pro coach: Joined
championships since the league began post- to the Patriots appearance in Super Bowl Patriots in 2011.
season play, joining George Halas (6), Curly XXXI. Belichick then spent three seasons with Josh McDaniels, offensive coordina-
Lambeau (6) and Vince Lombardi (5). the New York Jets (1997-99), helping New tor/quarterbacks; born April 22, 1976,
Belichick is the only of those five to win three York improve from a 1-15 season in 1996 to Canton, Ohio. No pro playing experience.
titles in a four-year span with Super Bowl wins an appearance in the AFC Championship College coach: Michigan State 1999-2000.
in 2001 and back-to-back Super Bowl wins in Game in 1998. Career record: 263-125. Pro coach: New England Patriots 2001-2008,
2003 and 2004. With the victory over Background: Belichick was a center/tight end Denver Broncos, 2009-2010 (head coach),
Indianapolis in the 2014 AFC Championship at Wesleyan 1971-74. St. Louis Rams 2011, re-joined Patriots in
Game, He collected his 21st career postsea- Personal: Born April 16, 1952, Nashville, 2012.
son win, the most postseason wins by a head Tenn. Chad O’Shea, receivers; born December 18,
coach. He expanded on that record to 26 over 1972, Houston, Texas. Quarterback Marshall
the last three seasons. The 2016 AFC ASSISTANT COACHES 1991-93, Houston 1994-95. No pro playing
Championship was Belichick’s seventh con- Steve Belichick, safeties; born March 25, experience. College coach: Houston 1996-99,
ference championship as a head coach, the 1987, Summit, N.J. Long snapper Rutgers Southern Mississippi 2000-02. Pro coach:
most in NFL history. New England’s berth in 2011. No pro playing experience. Pro coach: Kansas City Chiefs 2003-05, Minnesota
Super Bowl LI was Belichick’s 10th Super Joined Patriots in 2012. Vikings 2006-08, joined Patriots in 2009.
Bowl during his coaching career, the most Josh Boyer, cornerbacks; born January 21, Matt Patricia, defensive coordinator; born
among any head coach or assistant coach in 1977, Heath, Ohio. Wide receiver/defensive September 13, 1974, Sherrill, N.Y. Center-
NFL history. Belichick has recorded 263 back Muskingum College 1996-99. No pro guard Rensselaer 1992-96. No pro playing
career wins, which is fourth all-time in NFL playing experience. College coach: King’s experience. College coach: Rensselaer 1996,
history. He owns a career winning percentage College (Pa.) 2000, Dayton 2001, Kent State Amherst 1999-2000, Syracuse 2001-03. Pro
of .678, which is second all-time, behind 2002-03, Bryant University 2004, South coach: Joined Patriots in 2004.
George Halas (.682). Belichick directed the Dakota School of Mines and Technology Dante Scarnecchia, offensive line; born
Patriots to victories in Super Bowls XXXVI 2005. Pro coach: Joined Patriots in 2006. February 15, 1948, Los Angeles, Calif.
(2001), XXXVIII (2003), XXXIX (2004), XLIX Nick Caley, tight ends, born Jan. 22, 1983, Center/guard California Western 1968-1970.
(2014) and LI (2016), and in 2007 he became Canton, Ohio. Defensive back /punter, Walsh No pro playing experience. College coach:
the first NFL head coach to guide his team to University 2002. No pro playing experience. California Western 1970-72, Iowa State
a 16-0 regular season. His 14 division titles College coach: John Carroll 2005, Akron 1973-74, Southern Methodist 1975-76,
are the most among any coach. He also is the 2006-07, Auburn 2008, Iowa State 2009- Pacific 1977-78, Northern Arizona 1979,
first NFL head coach to lead his team to eight 2011, Eastern Illinois 2012, Arkansas 2013, Southern Methodist 1980-81. Pro coach:
straight division crowns (2009-16). Belichick Florida Atlantic 2014. Pro coach: Joined New England Patriots, 1982-88, Indianapolis
is the only head coach in NFL history to lead Patriots in 2015. Colts 1989-1990, New England Patriots
a team to three straight 500-point seasons Moses Cabrera, head strength and condition- 1991-2013, re-joined Patriots in 2016.
(2010-12). He is the only head coach in NFL ing; born August 20, 1978, Deming, N.M. Oral Jerry Schuplinski, asst. quarterbacks; born
history to win at least 14 regular-season Roberts 1996-2000. No pro playing experi- April 4, 1977, Garfield Heights, Ohio. Fullback
games in five separate seasons. Only four ence. College coach: Fresno State 2004-09, John Carroll 1996-99. No pro playing experi-
other coaches – San Francisco’s George Colorado 2010. Pro coach: Joined Patriots in ence. College coach: John Carroll 2000-01,
Seifert (3), Washington’s Joe Gibbs (2), 2010. Case Western Reserve 2007-2012. Pro
Chicago’s Mike Ditka (2) and Miami’s Don Brendan Daly, defensive line; born September coach: Joined Patriots in 2013.
Shula (2) – have more than one 14-win sea- 10, 1975, Springfield, Ill. Tight end Drake Ray Ventrone, asst. special teams; born Oct.
son. Belichick’s Patriots teams own the all- 1993-96. No pro playing experience. College 21, 1982, Pittsburgh, Pa. Defensive back
time NFL records for consecutive victories, coach: Drake 1998, Villanova 1999, 2005, Villanova 2001-04. Pro defensive back New
including the postseason (21 from 2003-04) Maryland 2000, Oklahoma State 2001-03, England Patriots 2005-08, Cleveland Browns
and consecutive playoff victories (10 from Illinois State 2004. Pro coach: Minnesota 2009-2012, San Francisco 49ers 2013-14.
2001-05). Over a 100-game span from 2003- Vikings 2006-08, 2012-13, St. Louis Rams Pro coach: Joined Patriots in 2015.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Chairman and CEO: Woody Johnson New York Titans 1960-62
President: Neil Glat (404-481-8)
General Manager: Mike Maccagnan Records include postseason games
Chief Financial Officer: Brian Friedman 1960-61 Sammy Baugh.............14-14-0
S.V.P., Communications: Eric Gelfand 1962 Clyde (Bulldog) Turner .....5-9-0
S.V.P., Business Affairs & General 1963-1973 Weeb Ewbank..............73-78-6
Counsel: Hymie Elhai 1974-75 Charley Winner* ............9-14-0
S.V.P., Corporate Partnerships: Ian Lasher 1975 Ken Shipp........................1-4-0
S.V.P., Marketing and Fan Engagement: 1976 Lou Holtz**...................3-10-0
Seth Rabinowitz 1976 Mike Holovak...................0-1-0
S.V.P., Ticket and Premium Revenue, 1977-1982 Walt Michaels ...............41-49-1
Strategy, and Development: 1983-89 Joe Walton ..................54-59-1
Fred Mangione 1990-93 Bruce Coslet................26-39-0
V.P., Premium Partnerships, Sales and 1994 Pete Carroll....................6-10-0
American Football Conference Service: Roberto Beltramini 1995-96 Rich Kotite.....................4-28-0
East Division V.P., Corporate Partnerships & New 1997-99 Bill Parcells..................30-20-0
Team Colors: Green and White Business Ventures: Jeff Fernandez 2000 Al Groh............................9-7-0
1 Jets Drive V.P., Consumer Sales and Service: 2001-05 Herman Edwards .........41-44-0
Florham Park, New Jersey 07932 Larry Fitzpatrick 2006-08 Eric Mangini ................23-26-0
Telephone (973) 549-4800 V.P., Executive Producer: Chris Gargano 2009-2014 Rex Ryan.....................50-52-0
V.P., Security and Facility Operations: 2015-16 Todd Bowles................15-17-0
2017 SCHEDULE Robert Mastroddi *Released after nine games in 1975
PRESEASON V.P., Human Resources: Jessica Mandler **Resigned after 13 games in 1976
Aug. 12 Tennessee .........................7:30 V.P., IT: Tom Murphy
Aug. 19 at Detroit............................7:30 Senior Director, College Scouting: PAID ATTENDANCE
Aug. 26 at N.Y. Giants .....................7:00 Rex Hogan Home 594,935 Away 520,345
Aug. 31 Philadelphia ......................7:00 College Scouting Coordinator: Total 1,115,280
Dan Zbojovsky Single-game home record,
REGULAR SEASON
Area Scout: Jay Mandolesi, Johnathon 79,572 (11/19/06)
Sep. 10 at Buffalo ..........................1:00
Stigall, Xavier Adibi, Dom Green, Single-season home record,
Sep. 17 at Oakland .........................4:05
Bill Dekraker, Brian Shields 628,773 (2002)
Sep. 24 Miami ...............................1:00
Oct. 1 Jacksonville .....................1:00 National Scouts: Zach Truty, Jim Jauch,
Lee Gissendaner 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Oct. 8 at Cleveland ......................1:00
Director, Player Personnel: Round Name Pos. College
Oct. 15 New England ....................1:00
Brian Heimerdinger 1 Jamal Adams DB Louisiana St.
Oct. 22 at Miami ............................1:00
Director, Pro Personnel: Matt Bazirgan 2 Marcus Maye DB Florida
Oct. 29 Atlanta ..............................1:00
Pro Scouts: Andy Davis, Tim Gibbons, 3 ArDarius Stewart WR Alabama
Nov. 2 Buffalo (Thu) .....................8:25
Greg Nejmeh 4 Chad Hansen WR California
Nov. 12 at Tampa Bay ....................1:00
Director, Football Administration: 5 Jordan Leggett TE Clemson
Nov. 19 BYE
Jacqueline Davidson Dylan Donahue LB West Georgia
Nov. 26 Carolina ............................1:00
Manager, Football Administration: 6 Elijah McGuire RB Louisiana-Lafayette
Dec. 3 Kansas City ......................1:00
Mari Jo Kohler Jeremy Clark DB Michigan
Dec. 10 at Denver ..........................4:05
Assistant, Player Personnel: Christina Derrick Jones DB Mississippi
Dec. 17 at New Orleans ..................1:00
Dec. 24 L.A. Chargers ....................1:00 Salvemini
Dec. 31 at New England .................1:00 Senior Director, Athletic Training:
* All times ET John Mellody
Assistant Athletic Trainers:
Stadium: MetLife Stadium Dave Zuffelato, Ezron Bryson
(opened in 2010) Senior Director, Football Operations:
•Capacity: 82,500 Clay Hampton
East Rutherford, New Jersey Director, Equipment: Gus Granneman
07073 Manager, Equipment: Vito Contento
Playing Surface: UBU Speed S5-M Assistant Manager, Equipment:
Training Camp: Jim Gallione
Atlantic Health Training Center Director, Field and Grounds: Blake Hoerr
Florham Park, New Jersey 07932 Director, Player Development: David Szott
METLIFE STADIUM Director, Video: Ryan O’Heir

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2016 TEAM RECORD 2016 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
PRESEASON (1-3) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Fitzpatrick 403 228 2710 56.6 12 17 19/81 69.6
08/11 W 17-13 Jacksonville Petty 133 75 809 56.4 3 7 13/79 60.0
08/19 L 18-22 at Washington G. Smith 14 8 126 57.1 1 1 3/19 81.3
08/27 L 20-21 New York Giants Jets 550 311 3645 56.5 16 25 35/179 67.6
09/01 L 6-14 at Philadelphia Opponents 545 347 4077 63.7 30 8 27/179 98.5

REGULAR SEASON (5-11) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Gilchrist 2 25 12.5 25 0
09/11 L 22-23 Cincinnati Folk 0 0 0 24/26 27/31 0 105 M. Williams 2 14 7.0 14 0
09/15 W 37-31 at Buffalo Forté 7 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 48 Revis 1 51 51.0 51 0
09/25 L 3-24 at Kansas City Powell 3 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 30 Skrine 1 51 51.0 51 0
10/02 L 17-27 Seattle Enunwa 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24 Burris 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/09 L 13-31 at Pittsburgh B. Marshall 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Mauldin 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/17 L 3-28 at Arizona R. Anderson 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Jets 8 141 17.6 51 0
10/23 W 24-16 Baltimore Decker 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Opponents 25 198 7.9 56 1
10/30 W 31-28 at Cleveland J. Marshall 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12
11/06 L 23-27 at Miami Middleton 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
11/13 L 6-9 Los Angeles Peake 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6 Edwards 75 3236 43.1 24 59
11/27 L 17-22 New England Seferian-Jenkins 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 Jets 76 3236 42.6 24 59
12/05 L 10-41 Indianapolis Petty 0 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 2 Opponents 72 3185 44.2 31 78
12/11 W 23-17 at San Francisco (OT) Jets 10 16 2 24/26 27/31 0 275
12/17 L 13-34 Miami Opponents 11 30 6 44/45 27/31 0 409 PUNT
12/24 L 3-41 at New England 2-Pt Conv: Petty,. RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
01/01 W 30-10 Buffalo Jets 1-1, Opponents 1-2. J. Marshall 18 13 100 5.6 19 0
(OT) Overtime N. Marshall 6 6 39 6.5 27 0
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Roberts 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
SCORE BY PERIODS Forté 218 813 3.7 32 7 Ross 1 9 10 10.0 10 0
Jets 46 95 44 84 6 — 275 Powell 131 722 5.5 35t 3 Skrine 1 0 0 0.0 0 0
Opponents 99 130 84 96 0 — 409 Fitzpatrick 33 130 3.9 14 0 Jets 27 28 149 5.5 27 0
R. Anderson 3 42 14.0 30 0 Opponents 35 22 319 9.1 33 0
2016 TEAM STATISTICS Wilds 10 27 2.7 6 0
Jets Opp. Robinson 8 22 2.8 10 0 KICKOFF
Total First Downs 291 318 Petty 5 19 3.8 9 0 RETURNS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Rushing 97 86 Enunwa 1 12 12.0 12 0 J. Marshall 13 324 24.9 65 0
Passing 166 203 G. Smith 2 9 4.5 7 0 N. Marshall 12 228 19.0 28 0
Penalty 28 29 Spiller 3 9 3.0 4 0 Ross 11 224 20.4 28 0
3rd Down: Made/Att 76/210 84/210 Pope 1 1 1.0 1 0 Spiller 5 96 19.2 23 0
3rd Down Pct. 36.2 40.0 Edwards 1 0 0.0 0 0 Enunwa 1 54 54.0 54 0
4th Down: Made/Att 8/19 2/10 Burks 2 -4 -2.0 1 0 Howsare 1 15 15.0 15 0
4th Down Pct. 42.1 20.0 Jets 418 1802 4.3 35t 10 Jets 43 941 21.9 65 0
Possession Avg. 30:29 29:31 Opponents 428 1581 3.7 58t 11 Opponents 29 665 22.9 96t 1
Total Net Yards 5268 5479
Avg. Per Game 329.3 342.4 RECEIVING No. Yds Avg LG TD FIELD
Total Plays 1003 1000 B. Marshall 59 788 13.4 41 3 GOALS 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+
Avg. Per Play 5.3 5.5 Enunwa 58 857 14.8 69t 4 Folk 0/0 12/13 10/11 3/3 2/4
Net Yards Rushing 1802 1581 Powell 58 388 6.7 22 2 Jets 0/0 12/13 10/11 3/3 2/4
Avg. Per Game 112.6 98.8 R. Anderson 42 587 14.0 52 2 Opponents 0/0 9/9 8/9 7/9 3/4
Total Rushes 418 428 Forté 30 263 8.8 40 1
Peake 19 186 9.8 27 0 SACKS No.
Net Yards Passing 3466 3898
J. Marshall 14 162 11.6 27 2 L. Williams 7.0
Avg. Per Game 216.6 243.6
Seferian-Jenkins 10 110 11.0 19 0 Wilkerson 4.5
Sacked/Yards Lost 35/179 27/179
Decker 9 194 21.6 35 2 McLendon 3.5
Gross Yards 3645 4077
Bostick 8 63 7.9 14 0 Jo. Jenkins 2.5
Att./Completions 550/311 545/347
Wilds 2 20 10.0 12 0 Mauldin 2.5
Completion Pct. 56.5 63.7
D. Smith 1 20 20.0 20 0 Richardson 1.5
Had Intercepted 25 8
Spiller 1 7 7.0 7 0 Simon 1.5
Punts/Average 76/42.6 72/44.2
Jets 311 3645 11.7 69t 16 Lee 1.0
Net Punting Avg. 76/37.3 72/42.2
Opponents 347 4077 11.7 84t 30 Skrine 1.0
Penalties/Yards 93/837 74/650
M. Williams 1.0
Fumbles/Ball Lost 24/9 22/6
Harris 0.5
Touchdowns 28 47
J. Martin 0.5
Rushing 10 11
Jets 27.0
Passing 16 30
Opponents 35.0
Returns 1 6

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RECORD HOLDERS
INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—CAREER
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Curtis Martin, 1998-2005 ................................................................10,302
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Joe Namath, 1965-1976 ..................................................................27,057
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Joe Namath, 1965-1976 .......................................................................170
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Don Maynard, 1960-1972 .....................................................................627
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Don Maynard, 1960-1972 ................................................................11,732
Interceptions ...................................................................Bill Baird, 1963-69 ..................................................................................34
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Curley Johnson, 1961-68.....................................................................42.5
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Dick Christy, 1961-63 ..........................................................................16.2
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Joe McKnight, 2010-12........................................................................29.0
Field Goals ......................................................................Pat Leahy, 1974-1991...........................................................................304
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Don Maynard, 1960-1972 .......................................................................88
Points..............................................................................Pat Leahy, 1974-1991........................................................................1,470
*Sacks............................................................................Mark Gastineau, 1979-1988.................................................................74.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE SEASON
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Curtis Martin, 2004............................................................................1,697
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Joe Namath, 1967..............................................................................4,007
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Ryan Fitzpatrick, 2015.............................................................................31
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Brandon Marshall, 2015 ........................................................................109
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Brandon Marshall, 2015 .....................................................................1,502
Interceptions ...................................................................Dainard Paulson, 1964 ............................................................................12
Punting (Avg.) .................................................................Ryan Quigley, 2014 ..............................................................................45.9
Punt Return (Avg.)...........................................................Dick Christy, 1961................................................................................21.3
Kickoff Return (Avg.) .......................................................Joe McKnight, 2011.............................................................................31.6
Field Goals ......................................................................Jim Turner, 1968 .....................................................................................34
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Thomas Jones, 2008 ..............................................................................15
Points..............................................................................Jim Turner, 1968 ...................................................................................145
*Sacks............................................................................Mark Gastineau, 1984 ..........................................................................22.0

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS—SINGLE GAME
Category Name Performance
Rushing (Yds.) ................................................................Thomas Jones, 10-18-09......................................................................210
Passing (Yds.).................................................................Joe Namath, 9-24-72 ............................................................................496
Passing (TDs) .................................................................Joe Namath, 9-24-72................................................................................6
Brett Favre, 9-28-08 ..................................................................................6
Receiving (No.) ...............................................................Clark Gaines, 9-21-80 .............................................................................17
Receiving (Yds.)..............................................................Don Maynard, 11-17-68........................................................................228
Interceptions ...................................................................Many times ...............................................................................................3
Last time by Ty Law, 1-1-06
Field Goals ......................................................................Jim Turner, 11-3-68 ..................................................................................6
Bobby Howfield, 12-3-72 ..........................................................................6
Touchdowns (Tot.)...........................................................Wesley Walker, 9-21-86 ............................................................................4
Points..............................................................................Wesley Walker, 9-21-86 ..........................................................................24
*Sacks............................................................................Mark Gastineau, 11-6-83, 9-2-84...........................................................4.0
John Abraham, 11-4-01 .........................................................................4.0

*Sacks became an official statistic in 1982.

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2017 VETERAN ROSTER
NFL ’16 Games/
No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate Exp. College Hometown How Acq. Starts
63 Adams, Jeff T 6-7 305 9/6/89 3 Columbia Berwyn, Ill. FA-'16 0*
#Allen, Antonio S 6-1 210 9/23/88 6 South Carolina Ocala, Fla. FA-'16 12/0
11 Anderson, Robby WR 6-3 190 5/9/93 2 Temple Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. FA-'16 16/8
68 Beachum, Kelvin T 6-3 308 6/8/89 6 Southern Methodist Mexia, Texas UFA(Jax)-'17 15/15*
56 Bishop, Freddie LB 6-3 255 2/25/90 2 Western Michigan Inkster, Mich. FA-'16 4/3
84 Bowman, Braedon TE 6-4 244 1/30/94 2 South Alabama Mesa, Ariz. FA-'16 3/0
32 Burris, Juston CB 6-0 212 8/4/93 2 North Carolina State Raleigh, N.C. D4-'16 16/1
77 Carpenter, James G 6-5 321 3/22/89 7 Alabama Augusta, Ga. UFA(Sea)-'15 16/16
54 Carter, Bruce LB 6-2 240 2/19/88 7 North Carolina Havelock, N.C. FA-'16 13/1
7 Catanzaro, Chandler K 6-3 200 2/26/91 4 Clemson Greenville, S.C. FA-'17 16/0*
#Catapano, Mike LB 6-4 270 8/17/90 5 Princeton Bayville, N.Y. FA-'15 11/4
#Clady, Ryan T 6-6 315 9/6/86 10 Boise State Long Beach, Calif. T(Den)-'16 9/8
21 Claiborne, Morris CB 5-'11 192 2/7/90 6 Louisiana State Shreveport, La. UFA(Dall)-'17 7/7*
#Davis, Kellen TE 6-7 265 10/11/85 10 Michigan State Adrian, Mich. UFA(Det)-'15 8/7
87 Decker, Eric WR 6-3 214 3/15/87 8 Minnesota Cold Spring, Minn. UFA(Den)-'14 3/3
70 Dozier, Dakota G 6-4 313 4/30/91 4 Furman West Columbia, S.C. D4c-'14 13/2
4 Edwards, Lachlan P 6-4 209 4/27/92 2 Sam Houston State Hastings, Australia D7a-'16 16/0
81 Enunwa, Quincy WR 6-2 225 5/31/92 3 Nebraska Moreno Valley, Calif. D6b-'14 16/13
22 Forté, Matt RB 6-2 218 12/10/85 10 Tulane Lake Charles, La. UFA(Chi)-'16 14/13
5 Hackenberg, Christian QB 6-4 228 2/14/95 2 Penn State Palmyra, Va. D2-'16 0*
14 Hammond, Frankie WR 6-1 184 2/17/90 3 Florida Hallandale Beach, Fla. FA-'16 0*
52 Harris, David LB 6-2 250 1/21/84 11 Michigan Grand Rapids, Mich. D2-'07 15/15
78 Harrison, Jonotthan OL 6-4 300 8/25/91 4 Florida Groveland, Fla. FA-'17 13/4*
#Henderson, Erin LB 6-3 244 7/1/86 9 Maryland Aberdeen, Md. FA-'15 5/4
71 Ijalana, Ben T 6-4 322 8/6/89 7 Villanova North Brunswick, N.J. W(Ind)-'13 16/13
48 Jenkins, Jordan LB 6-3 259 7/1/94 2 Georgia Hamilton, Ga. D3-'16 14/11
75 Johnson, Anthony DL 6-2 295 1/24/93 3 Louisiana State New Orleans, La. FA-'16 11/1*
58 Johnson, Randell LB 6-4 245 3/23/91 3 Florida Atlantic Miami, Fla. FA-'16 1/0
76 Johnson, Wesley OL 6-5 297 1/9/91 4 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. W(Pitt)-'14 16/8
50 Lee, Darron LB 6-1 232 10/18/94 2 Ohio State New Albany, Ohio D1-'16 13/9
44 Lemonier, Corey LB 6-3 255 11/19/91 5 Auburn Hialeah, Fla. D3-'13 9/1*
89 Marshall, Jalin WR 5-10 200 7/21/95 2 Ohio State Middletown, Ohio FA-'16 10/1
95 Martin, Josh LB 6-3 245 11/7/91 5 Columbia Aurora, Colo. FA-'15 15/0
42 Martin, Ronald S 6-2 220 2/26/93 3 Louisiana State Plaquemine, La. W(Sea)-'15 3/0
55 Mauldin, Lorenzo LB 6-4 259 10/1/92 3 Louisville Atlanta, Ga. D3-'15 11/3
15 McCown, Josh QB 6-4 218 7/4/79 15 Sam Houston State Jacksonville, Texas FA-'17 5/3*
23 McDougle, Dexter CB 5-10 195 4/8/91 4 Maryland Falmouth, Va. D3-'14 6/0
99 McLendon, Steve DL 6-3 310 1/3/86 8 Troy Ozark, Ala. UFA(Pitt)-'16 11/10
45 Miles, Rontez S 6-0 203 11/25/88 3 California (PA) Braddock, Pa. FA-'13 16/4
30 Morris, Romar RB 5-10 190 10/21/92 2 North Carolina Salisbury, N.C. FA-'16 0*
82 Parker, Brian TE 6-4 265 5/30/92 2 Albany Henrietta, N.Y. FA-'17 0*
10 Patton, Quinton WR 6-0 204 8/9/90 5 Louisana Tech Lavergne, Tenn. UFA(SF)-'17 14/14*
17 Peake, Charone WR 6-2 209 10/16/92 2 Clemson Moore, S.C. D7b-'16 15/1
98 Pennel, Mike DL 6-4 332 5/9/91 4 Colorado State-Pueblo Aurora, Colo. W(GB)-'16 8/0*
9 Petty, Bryce QB 6-3 230 5/31/91 3 Baylor Midlothian, Texas D4-'15 6/4
29 Powell, Bilal RB 5-10 204 10/27/88 7 Louisville Lakeland, Fla. D4-'11 16/4
25 Pryor, Calvin S 5-'11 207 7/2/92 4 Louisville Port St. Joe, Fla. D1-'14 15/15
46 Purdum, Tanner LS 6-3 270 8/15/84 8 Baker Waco, Texas FA-'10 16/0
79 Qvale, Brent OL 6-7 315 3/11/91 3 Nebraska Williston, N.D. FA-'14 12/5
91 Richardson, Sheldon DL 6-3 294 11/29/90 5 Missouri St. Louis, Mo. D1b-'13 15/14
27 Roberts, Darryl CB 6-0 182 11/26/90 3 Marshall Lakeland, Fla. W(NE)-'16 12/2
88 Seferian-Jenkins, Austin TE 6-5 262 9/29/92 4 Washington Fox Island, WA W(TB)-'16 9/2*
72 Shell, Brandon T 6-5 324 2/6/92 2 South Carolina Goose Creek, S.C. D5-'16 8/3
93 Simon, Deon DL 6-4 332 7/6/90 2 Northwestern State (LA) Baton Rouge, La. D7-'15 16/1
41 Skrine, Buster CB 5-9 185 4/26/89 7 Tennessee-Chattanooga Woodstock, Ga. UFA(Cle)-'15 14/14
19 Smith, Devin WR 6-1 199 3/3/92 3 Ohio State Massillon, Ohio D2-'15 4/0
51 Stanford, Julian LB 6-1 230 9/2/90 4 Wagner College Bloomfield, Conn. FA-'15 9/2
97 Thomas, Lawrence DL 6-3 286 4/16/93 2 Michigan State Detroit, Mich. FA-'16 3/1
83 Tomlinson, Eric TE 6-6 263 4/22/90 2 Texas-El Paso Klein, Texas FA-'16 7/5
16 White, Myles WR 6-0 195 3/30/90 3 Louisiana Tech Livonia, Mich. FA-'16 0*
96 Wilkerson, Muhammad DL 6-4 315 10/22/89 7 Temple Linden, N.J. D1-'11 15/14
92 Williams, Leonard DL 6-5 302 6/20/94 3 Southern California Daytona Beach, Fla. D1-'15 16/16
20 Williams, Marcus CB 5-'11 196 3/24/91 4 North Dakota State Minneapolis, Minn. FA-'14 13/3
67 Winters, Brian G 6-4 320 7/16/91 5 Kent State Hudson, Ohio D3-'13 13/13

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* Adams inactive for 1 game with Houston; Anunike spent 3 weeks on the practice squad with Jets; Beachum played 15 games with
Jacksonville in '16; Catanzaro played 16 games with Arizona; Claiborne played 7 games with Dallas; Hackenberg inactive for 15 games;
Hammond last active with Kansas City in '15; Harrison played 13 games with Indianapolis; A. Johnson played 4 games with New
England and 7 games with Jets; Lemonier played 8 games with Cleveland and 1 game with Jets; McCown played 5 games with
Cleveland; Morris missed '16 season because of injury; Obioha missed '16 season because of injury; Parker last active with Kansas City
in '15; Patton played 14 games with San Francisco; Pennel played 8 games with Green Bay; Seferian-Jenkins played 2 games with
Tampa Bay and 7 games with Jets; White spent 6 weeks on the practice squad with Jets.

# Unrestricted Free Agent; subject to developments

Players lost through free agency (2): QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (TB: 14 games in ’16), QB Geno Smith (NYG; 2).

Also played with the Jets in '16—TE Brandon Bostick (16 games), LB Arthur Brown (2), K Nick Folk (16), T Breno Giacomini (5),
S Marcus Gilchrist (13), DL Jarvis Jenkins (9), LB Taiwan Jones (3), C Nick Mangold (8), WR Brandon Marshall (15),
CB Nick Marshall (8), LB Victor Ochi (2), RB Troymaine Pope (1), CB Darrelle Revis (15), WR Jeremy Ross (4), RB C.J. Spiller (4).

FIRST-YEAR ROSTER
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Birthdate College Hometown How Acq.
Adams, Jamal S 6-1 213 10/17/95 Louisiana State Lewisville, Texas D1
Balducci, Alex (1) OL 6-4 310 3/1/94 Oregon Portland, Ore. W
Beltre, Frank (1) LB 6-2 246 1/28/90 Towson Azua, Dominican Republic FA-'16
Bordelon, Chris OL 6-6 315 9/19/94 Nicholls State White Castle, La. FA
Braden, Ben OL 6-6 329 3/9/94 Michigan Rockford, Mich. FA
Bryant, Brandin (1) DL 6-2 289 9/16/93 Florida Atlantic Omaha, Neb. FA-'16
Cannon, KD WR 5-11 182 11/5/95 Baylor Mount Pleasant, Texas W
Clark, Jeremy CB 6-3 220 6/29/94 Michigan Madisonville, Ky. D6b
Coleman, Xavier CB 5-11 190 1/13/95 Portland State Portland, Ore. FA
Donahue, Dylan LB 6-3 248 8/20/92 West Georgia Billings, Mont. D5b
Estime, Brisly WR 5-9 186 12/6/92 Syracuse Delray Beach, Fla. FA
Firkser, Anthony TE 6-2 241 2/19/95 Harvard Manalapan, N.J. FA
Foxx, Deshon (1) WR 5-10 177 11/27/92 Connecticut Lynchburg, Va. FA-'16
Gamble, Patrick DL 6-5 277 2/2/94 Georgia Tech Carrollton, Ga. FA
Hansen, Chad WR 6-2 202 1/18/95 California Fillmore, Calif. D4
Harris, Connor LB 5-11 242 6/22/93 Lindenwood Lee's Summit, Mo. FA
Howsare, Julian (1) FB 6-3 255 9/11/92 Clarion Altoona, Pa. FA-'15
Jones, Derrick CB 6-2 188 12/4/94 Mississippi Eupora, Miss. D6c
Jones, Jevaris LB 6-1 228 1/18/95 Shorter Griffin, Ga. FA
Keeton, Bryson (1) CB 6-2 190 2/24/93 Montana State Bakersfield, Calif. FA-'16
Leamon, Javarius T 6-7 332 4/16/93 South Carolina State Woodruff, S.C. FA
Leggett, Jordan TE 6-5 258 1/31/95 Clemson Navarre, Fla. D5a
Marks, Gabe WR 5-11 189 8/6/94 Washington State Venice, Calif. FA
Martin, Ross (1) K 5-9 183 7/3/93 Duke Solon, Ohio FA-'16
Maye, Marcus S 6-0 207 3/9/93 Florida Melbourne, Fla. D2
McGuire, Elijah RB 5-10 214 6/1/94 Louisiana-Lafayette Houma, La. D6a
Middleton, Doug (1) S 6-0 210 9/25/93 Appalachian State Winston-Salem, N.C. FA-'16
Pelon, Claude (1) DL 6-4 300 11/27/92 Southern California Orlando, Fla. FA-'16
Stewart, ArDarius WR 5-11 204 12/8/93 Alabama Fultondale, Ala. D3
Vander Laan, Jason (1) TE 6-4 244 9/22/92 Ferris State Frankfort, Ill. FA-'16
Watts, Craig (1) OL 6-3 335 6/20/91 West Texas A&M Colorado Springs, Colo. FA-'15
Wilds, Brandon (1) RB 6-2 220 7/22/93 South Carolina Blythewood, S.C. FA-'16

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regular-season or postseason games. A Rookie is designated by an “R” on NFL rosters. Players who have been active in another professional football league or players
who have NFL experience, including either preseason training camp or being on an Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or Reserve/Physically Unable to
Perform for fewer than six regular-season games, are termed NFL First-Year Players. An NFL First-Year Player is designated by a “1” on NFL rosters. Thereafter, a player
is credited with an additional year of experience for each season in which he accumulates six games on the Active List or Inactive List, or on Reserve/Injured or
Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform.

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COACHING STAFF Chargers 1987, Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF) 1991-92, 1985-86, Virginia Tech 1987-1992, Tennessee
Head Coach, Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL) 1993-94, Denver 1993- 95, UCLA 1996, Texas A&M 1997, North
Todd Bowles Broncos 1995-98, 2001, Philadelphia Eagles 1999, Carolina 1998-99, Colorado 2000-01, California
Pro Career: Named the head coach of the New Las Vegas Outlaws (XFL) 2001. College coach: San 2009-2010, Colorado 2011-12, New Mexico State
York Jets on January 14, 2015. Begins his third Jose State 1990-91. Pro coach: Arizona Cardinals 2014. Pro coach: Houston Texans 2002-05,
season as head coach of the Jets. In his first sea- 2013-14, joined Jets in 2016. Cleveland Browns 2007-08, Green Bay Packers
son led the team to a 10-6 record – a six-win Karl Dorrell, wide receivers; born December 18, 2014, joined Jets in 2015.
increase. Served as defensive coordinator for the 1963, Alameda, Calif. Wide receiver UCLA 1982- Daylon McCutcheon, asst. cornerbacks; born
Arizona Cardinals from 2013-14. Earned NFL 86. No pro playing experience. College coach: December 9, 1976, Los Angeles, Calif. Cornerback
Assistant Coach of the Year honors in 2014. UCLA 1988, Central Florida 1989, Northern Arizona Southern California 1995-98. Pro cornerback
Coached with the Philadelphia Eagles (2012), 1990-91, Colorado 1992-93, Arizona State 1994, Cleveland Browns 1999-2006. Pro coach: Joined
Miami Dolphins (2008-2011, including three Colorado 1995-98, Washington 1999, UCLA 2003- Jets in 2015.
games as interim head coach in 2011), Dallas 07 (head coach), Vanderbilt 2014. Pro coach: Aaron McLaurin, asst. strength and conditioning;
Cowboys (2005-07), Cleveland Browns (2001-04) Denver Broncos 2000-02, Miami Dolphins 2008- born February 27, 1984, Buffalo, N.Y. Attended
and Jets (2000). Coached collegiately at 2011, Houston Texans 2012, joined Jets in 2015. Hampton. No college or pro playing experience.
Morehouse College (1997) and Grambling State Justus Galac, strength and conditioning; born College coach: Michigan State 2008-2010, Colgate
(1998-99). Career record: 17-18. August 15, 1980, Cattaraugus, N.Y. Nose tackle 2011. Pro coach: Minnesota Vikings 2012, joined
Background: Team captain at Temple (1982-85). SUNY Brockport 1998-2001. No pro playing expe- Jets in 2014.
Despite being undrafted, played in 117 regular-sea- rience. College coach: SUNY Brockport 2002, Stump Mitchell, running backs; born March 15,
son NFL games at cornerback and safety and reg- Dickenson College 2003-04, Villanova 2005-2011. 1959, Kingsland, Ga. Running back The Citadel
istered 15 interceptions and seven fumble recover- Pro coach: Joined Jets in 2012. 1977-1980. Pro running back St. Louis/Phoenix
ies for the Redskins (1986-1990, 1992-93) and the Joe Giacobbe, asst. strength and conditioning; Cardinals 1981-89, Kansas City Chiefs 1990,
San Francisco 49ers (1991). Starter on the 1987 born June 26, 1984, Rahway, N.J. Center/nose Arizona Rattlers (AFL) 1993. College coach:
Redskins championship team that defeated the tackle Rutgers 2002-06. No pro playing experience. Morgan State 1995-98 (head coach 1996-98),
Denver Broncos, 42-10, in Super Bowl XXII. College coach: Rutgers 2012-15, St. Peter’s 2016. Southern 2010-12 (head coach). Pro coach: San
Personal: Born November 18, 1963, Elizabeth, N.J. Pro coach: Joined Jets in 2017. Antonio Rough Riders (WLAF) 1991, Seattle
He and his wife, Taneka, have three sons, Todd Jr., La’Roi Glover, asst. defensive line; born July 4, Seahawks 1999-2007, Washington Redskins
Troy, and Tyson. 1974, San Diego, Calif. Defensive tackle San Diego 2008-09, Arizona Cardinals 2013-16, joined Jets in
State 1992-95. Pro defensive tackle Oakland 2017.
ASSISTANT COACHES Raiders 1996, Barcelona Dragons (NFLE) 1997, John Morton, offensive coordinator; born
Tim Atkins, defensive quality control; born July 19, New Orleans Saints 1997-2001, Dallas Cowboys September 24, 1969, Rochester Hills, Mich. Wide
1979, Omaha, Neb. No college or pro playing expe- 2002-05, St. Louis Rams 2006-08. Pro coach: receiver Grand Rapids (Mich.) C.C. 1989-1990,
rience. College coach: Whittier College 2004-05, Joined Jets in 2017. Western Michigan 1991-92. Pro wide receiver
Florida Atlantic 2008-09. Pro coach: Miami Kevin Greene, outside linebackers; born July 31, Oakland Raiders 1993-94, Toronto Argonauts (CFL)
Dolphins 2006-07, Buffalo Bills 2011-12, joined 1962, Schenectady, N.Y. Outside linebacker Auburn 1995-96, Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF) 1997. College
Jets in 2016. 1983-84. Pro outside linebacker Los Angeles Rams coach: San Diego 2005, Southern California 2007-
Jeremy Bates, quarterbacks; born August 27, 1985-92, Pittsburgh Steelers 1993-95, San 2010. Pro coach: Oakland Raiders 1998-2004, San
1976, Sevierville, Tenn. Quarterback Tennessee Francisco 49ers 1997, Carolina Panthers 1996, 98- Francisco 49ers 2011-14, New Orleans Saints
1995, Rice 1996-99. No pro playing experience. 99. Inducted into Pro Football Hall of Fame 2016. 2006, 2015-16, joined Jets in 2017.
College coach: Southern California 2009. Pro Pro coach: Green Bay Packers 2009-2013, joined Robert Nunn, defensive line, born June 10, 1965,
coach: Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2002-04, New York Jets in 2017. Apache, Okla. Linebacker Oklahoma State 1984-
Jets 2005, Denver Broncos 2006-08, Seattle Jeff Hammerschmidt, asst. special teams; born 87. No pro playing experience. College coach:
Seahawks 2010, Chicago Bears 2012, re-joined December 9, 1967, San Diego, Calif. Defensive Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College 1988,
Jets in 2017. back Arizona 1987-1990. Pro defensive back Los Tennessee 1989-1990, Georgia Military College
Brant Boyer, special teams coordinator; born June Angeles Rams 1991, Frankfurt Galaxy (WLAF) 1991-99 (head coach 1992-99). Pro coach:
27, 1971, Henefer, Utah. Linebacker Arizona 1992- 1992. College coach: Arizona 1992-95, 2008- Washington Redskins 2003, Miami Dolphins 2000-
93. Pro linebacker Miami Dolphins 1994, 2011, Southern Utah 1996-97, Indiana 1998-99, 02, 2004, Green Bay Packers 2005-08, Tampa Bay
Jacksonville Jaguars 1995-2000, Cleveland Saint Mary’s 2000-02, Montana 2003-04, Cal Poly Buccaneers 2009, New York Giants 2010-15,
Browns 2001-03. Pro coach: Indianapolis Colts 2005, Stanford 2006, San Jose State 2007, Cleveland Browns 2016, joined Jets in 2017.
2012-15, joined Jets in 2016. Colorado State 2012-15. Pro coach: Joined Jets in Kacy Rodgers, defensive coordinator; born June
Robby Brown, offensive quality control; born July 2016. 24, 1969, Humboldt, Tenn. Linebacker/ defensive
15, 1980, Blairsville, Ga. Quarterback Georgia Jimmie Johnson, tight ends; born October 6, 1966, end Tennessee 1988-1991. Pro linebacker
Military College 2002, Georgia Tech 2003-04. No Augusta, Ga. Tight end Howard 1985-88. Pro tight Shreveport Pirates (CFL) 1994. College coach:
pro playing experience. College coach: Troy 2005- end Washington Redskins 1989-1991, Detroit Tennessee-Martin 1994-97, Louisiana-Monroe
06, Southwest Baptist 2007, Henderson State Lions 1992-93, Kansas City Chiefs 1994, 1998, Middle Tennessee State 1999-2001,
2008, Valdosta State 2009-2012, Northwestern Philadelphia Eagles 1995-98. College coach: South Arkansas 2002. Pro coach: Dallas Cowboys 2003-
State 2013, South Alabama 2014. Pro coach: Carolina State 2001, Shaw 2002-03, Texas 07, Miami Dolphins 2008-2014, joined Jets in
Joined Jets in 2015. Southern 2004-05. Pro coach: Minnesota Vikings 2015.
Mike Caldwell, asst. head coach/inside lineback- 2006-2013, joined Jets in 2015. Jason Vrable, offensive asst.; born January 23,
ers; born August 31, 1971, Oak Ridge, Tenn. Mick Lombardi, offensive assistant/asst. quarter- 1985, South Park, Pa. Quarterback Marietta 2003-
Linebacker Middle Tennessee State 1989-1992. backs; born October 1, 1988, Ocean City, N.J. 06. No pro playing experience. College coach:
Pro linebacker Cleveland Browns 1993-95, Attended Fordham. No college or pro playing expe- South Florida 2007, Marietta 2007, Robert Morris
Baltimore Ravens 1996, Arizona Cardinals 1997, rience. College coach: Fordham 2009-2010. Pro 2008, Syracuse 2009-2010, Charleston 2011-12.
Philadelphia Eagles 1998-2001, Chicago Bears coach: New England Patriots 2012, San Francisco Pro coach: Buffalo Bills 2013-16, joined Jets in
2002, Carolina Panthers 2003. Pro coach: 49ers 2013-16, joined Jets in 2017. 2017.
Philadelphia Eagles 2008-2012, Arizona Cardinals Steve Marshall, offensive line; born June 20, 1956, Dennard Wilson, defensive backs; born March 31,
2013-14, joined Jets in 2015. Hartford, Conn. Guard/tight end Louisville 1976-78. 1982, Upper Marlboro, Md. Safety Maryland 2000-
David Diaz-Infante, asst. offensive line; born No pro playing experience. College coach: 03. Pro safety Washington Redskins 2004. College
March 31, 1964, San Jose, Calif. Offensive line San Plymouth State 1979, Tennessee 1980-81, coach: Maryland 2007-08. Pro coach: St. Louis/
Jose State 1983-86. Pro offensive line San Diego Marshall 1982-83, Louisville 1984, Murray State Los Angeles Rams 2012-16, joined Jets in 2017.

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CLUB OFFICIALS COACHING HISTORY
Owner: Mark Davis Oakland 1960-1981, 1995-2016
General Manager: Reggie McKenzie Los Angeles 1982-1994
President: Marc Badain (481-420-11)
Director – Football Administration: Records include postseason games
Tom Delaney 1960-61 Eddie Erdelatz* .............6-10-0
Director – Player Personnel: 1961-62 Marty Feldman**..........2-15-0
Joey Clinkscales 1962 Red Conkright .................1-8-0
Director – College Scouting: 1963-65 Al Davis ......................23-16-3
Shaun Herock 1966-68 John Rauch ................35-10-1
Director – Pro Personnel: Dane Vandernat 1969-1978 John Madden ............112-39-7
Pro Scouts: Ben Chester, Von Hutchins, 1979-1987 Tom Flores..................91-56-0
Kyle Newhall-Caballero 1988-89 Mike Shanahan***........8-12-0
College Scouts: Calvin Branch, 1989-1994 Art Shell......................56-41-0
Zack Crockett, Brad Kaplan, David 1995-96 Mike White..................15-17-0
American Football Conference McCloughan, Raleigh McKenzie, 1997 Joe Bugel......................4-12-0
West Division Trey Scott 1998-2001 Jon Gruden .................40-28-0
Team Colors: Silver and Black Scouting Coordinator: Teddy Atlas 2002-03 Bill Callahan ................17-18-0
1220 Harbor Bay Parkway Director – Team Security: Bob Stiriti 2004-05 Norv Turner...................9-23-0
Alameda, California 94502 Team Travel and Logistics Coordinator: 2006 Art Shell........................2-14-0
Telephone: (510) 864-5000 Pete Caracciolo 2007-08 Lane Kiffin**** ............5-15-0
Football Operations Coordinator: 2008-2010 Tom Cable...................17-27-0
2017 SCHEDULE Tom Jones 2011 Hue Jackson ...................8-8-0
PRESEASON Senior Director – Media Relations: 2012-14 Dennis Allen#...............8-28-0
Aug. 12 at Arizona ..........................7:00 Will Kiss 2014 Tony Sparano..................3-9-0
Aug. 19 L.A. Rams .........................7:00 Team Orthopedist: Dr. Warren King 2015-16 Jack Del Rio ...............19-14-0
Aug. 26 at Dallas ............................5:00 Head Athletic Trainer: H. Rod Martin * Released after two games in 1961
Aug. 31 Seattle...............................7:00 Assistant to the Head Coach: ** Released after five games in 1962
Derek Haithcock *** Released after four games in 1989
REGULAR SEASON Director - Video Operations: Dave Nash **** Released after four games in 2008
Sep. 10 at Tennessee .............10:00 AM Equipment Manager: Bob Romanski # Released after four games in 2014
Sep. 17 N.Y, Jets ............................1:05 Director – Player Engagement:
Sep. 24 at Washington ...................5:30 Lamonte Winston PAID ATTENDANCE
Oct. 1 at Denver ..........................1:25 Executive Vice President and General Home 448,884 Away 529,199
Oct. 8 Baltimore ..........................1:05 Counsel: Dan Ventrelle Total 978,083
Oct. 15 L.A. Chargers ....................1:25 Senior Vice President – Stadium Single-game home record,
Oct. 19 Kansas City (Thu) ..............5:25 Development and Operations: 62,660 (11/3/02)
Oct. 29 at Buffalo ..................10:00 AM Tom Blanda Single-season home record,
Nov. 5 at Miami ..........................*5:30 Senior Vice President – Community 471,151 (2002)
Nov. 12 BYE Relations and Public Affairs:
Nov. 19 New England (Mexico City) .1:25 Rosie Bone 2017 DRAFT CHOICES
Nov. 26 Denver ..............................1:25 Senior Vice President – Administration, Round Name Pos. College
Dec. 3 N.Y. Giants.........................1:25 Facilities and Ownership: 1 Gareon Conley DB Ohio St.
Dec. 10 at Kansas City ...........10:00 AM Cheryl Nichols 2 Obi Melifonwu DB Connecticut
Dec. 17 Dallas .............................*5:30 Senior Vice President – Business 3 Eddie Vanderdoes DT UCLA
Dec. 25 at Philadelphia (Mon)..........5:30 Development/Chief Revenue Officer: 4 David Sharpe T Florida
Dec. 31 at L.A. Chargers .................1:25 Mark Shearer 5 Marquel Lee LB Wake Forest
* All times PT; Sunday night games in Senior Vice President – Chief Financial 7 Shalom Luani DB Washington St.
Weeks 5-15 subject to change Officer: Ed Villanueva Jylan Ware T Alabama St.
Stadium: Oakland-Alameda County Senior Vice President – Marketing/Chief Elijah Hood RB North Carolina
Coliseum Marketing Officer: Treyvon Hester DT Toledo
(opened in 1966) Courtnee Westendorf
•Capacity: 55,997 Controller: Matt Andrus
7000 Coliseum Way Vice President – Ticket Sales and
Oakland, CA 94621-1917 Service: Jay Chess
Playing Surface: Grass Vice President – Broadcasting:
Training Camp: Napa Valley Marriott Vittorio DeBartolo
Napa, California 94558 Vice President – Raider Image:
OAKLAND-ALAMEDA COUNTY COLISEUM Barry De Vilbiss
Vice President – Premium Seating and
Service: Qiava Harper
Vice President – Corporate Partnerships:
Christian Howard
Vice President – Technology: Matt Pasco
Vice President – Media and
Entertainment: Brad Phinney
Vice President – Human Resources:
Karla Tai
Vice President – Associate Counsel:
John Yow

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PRESEASON (1-3) PASSING Att. Comp. Yds. Pct. TD Int. Tkld. Rate
Date Result Opponent Carr 560 357 3937 63.8 28 6 16/79 96.7
08/12 W 31-10 at Arizona Cook 21 14 150 66.7 1 1 2/7 83.4
08/18 L 12-20 at Green Bay McGloin 15 8 50 53.3 0 0 0/0 60.4
08/27 L 14-27 Tennessee Raiders 596 379 4137 63.6 29 7 18/86 95.3
09/01 L 21-23 Seattle Opponents 541 328 4267 60.6 27 16 25/147 89.8

REGULAR SEASON (12-4) TD TD TD INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg LG TD
Date Result Opponent
SCORING R P Rt PAT FG Saf PTS Nelson 5 74 14.8 40 0
09/11 W 35-34 at New Orleans
Janikowski 0 0 0 37/39 29/35 0 124 S. Smith 2 27 13.5 27 0
09/18 L 28-35 Atlanta
Murray 12 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 72 Allen 2 5 2.5 4 0
09/25 W 17-10 at Tennessee
Crabtree 0 8 0 0/0 0/0 0 50 Amerson 2 0 0.0 0 0
10/02 W 28-27 at Baltimore
Cooper 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 34 Joseph 1 21 21.0 21 0
10/09 W 34-31 San Diego
Roberts 0 5 0 0/0 0/0 0 34 Carrie 1 14 14.0 14 0
10/16 L 10-26 Kansas City
A. Holmes 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Mack 1 6 6.0 6t 1
10/23 W 33-16 at Jacksonville
Olawale 2 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 M. Smith 1 0 0.0 0 0
10/30 W 30-24 at Tampa Bay (OT)
Richard 1 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Trawick 1 0 0.0 0 0
11/06 W 30-20 Denver
Walford 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18 Raiders 16 147 9.2 40 1
11/21 W 27-20 Houston
Washington 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 12 Opponents 7 84 12.0 45 0
11/27 W 35-32 Carolina
Mack 0 0 1 0/0 0/0 0 6
Penn 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 PUNTING No. Yds. Avg. In 20 LG
12/04 W 38-24 Buffalo
Rivera 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6 King 81 3937 48.6 34 72
12/08 L 13-21 at Kansas City
Raiders 17 29 1 37/39 29/35 0 416 Raiders 81 3937 48.6 34 72
12/18 W 19-16 at San Diego
Opponents 18 27 1 35/39 22/26 0 385 Opponents 72 3309 46.0 20 69
12/24 W 33-25 Indianapolis
01/01 L 6-24 at Denver
2-Pt Conv: Cooper 2, Roberts 2, Crabtree.
Raiders 5-7, Opponents 4-7. PUNT
RETURNS Ret FC Yds Avg LG TD
POSTSEASON (0-1)
RUSHING No. Yds Avg LG TD Richard 34 5 306 9.0 47 0