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OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS 2010 NIGHTHAWKS FOOTBALL www.omahanighthawks.com _______________________________________________________________ ___ 2010 NIGHTHAWKS SCHEDULE AND RESULTS Date Opponent (TV) Time/Score Sept. 24 Hartford (HDNet) W, 27-26 Oct. 2 Sacramento (HDNet) W, 20-17 Oct. 8 at Las Vegas (HDNet) L, 10-22 Oct. 16 at Hartford (NESN) W, 19-14 Oct. 28 Las Vegas (HDNet) L, 10-24 Nov. 5 at Florida (HDNet) L, 14-31 Nov. 13 at Sacramento (Versus) L, 3-41 Nov. 19 Florida (HDNet) 7:30 p.m. All times ar
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   _______________________________________________________________  OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS 2010 NIGHTHAWKS FOOTBALL www.omahanighthawks.com Public Relations Director  Kat Welch215-350-0228kat.welch@ufl-football.com Public Relations Assistant Nate Pohlen402-429-5493npohlen@yahoo.com 2010 NIGHTHAWKSSCHEDULE AND RESULTS2010 UFL STANDINGS Date Opponent (TV) Time/ScoreSept. 24Hartford (HDNet)W, 27-26Oct. 2Sacramento (HDNet)W, 20-17 Oct. 8at Las Vegas (HDNet)L, 10-22Oct. 16at Hartford (NESN)W, 19-14 Oct. 28Las Vegas (HDNet)L, 10-24 Nov. 5at Florida (HDNet)L, 14-31Nov. 13at Sacramento (Versus)L, 3-41 Nov. 19Florida (HDNet)7:30 p.m.  All times are Central    Team W-L Pct.PF PA *Las Vegas5-2.714160115Florida4-3.571186126Sacramento4-4.500169164 Omaha3-4.429103175 Hartford2-5.286142178*clinched spot in Championship Game Friday, Nov. 19 Florida at Omaha HDNet7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20 Las Vegas at HartfordVersus 2:30 p.m.  All times are Central    THIS WEEK’S UFL GAMES Friday, Nov. 19 Florida at Omaha HDNet 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20 Las Vegas at Hartford Versus 2:30 p.m. All times are Central  LAST WEEK’S UFL RESULTS Thursday, Nov. 11 Florida 41, Hartford 7 Saturday, Nov. 13 Sacramento 41, Omaha 3 Week 10  FLORIDA (4-3) at OMAHA (3-4) Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 | 7:30 p.m. (CST)Rosenblatt Stadium | Omaha, Neb.Series Record: 1-0 Florida Radio: KOZN (1620 AM) Television: HDNet Internet: http://www.ufl-football.com/networkbroadcast   THE MATCHUP Florida enters Friday’s contest with everything to play for,while the Omaha Nighthawks are playing to thank their fansfor tremendous support all season in addition to raisingmoney for the Wounded Warrior Family Support and theConAgra fight to end child hunger. The Tuskers, at 4-3, canclinch a spot in the UFL Championship Game with a win. Witha Florida loss, the Sacramento Mountain Lions would win thethree-team tiebreaker at 4-4 and would take on the Las VegasLocomotives in the Championship Game on November 27 atRosenblatt Stadium.Omaha saw its chances at appearing in the ChampionshipGame slip away after a 41-3 loss at Sacramento in Week 9.Omaha needed to win its final two games to earn a spot in theChampionship Game. Instead, the Nighthawks will take thefield for the final time at Rosenblatt Stadium on Friday, andwill look to cap the season with a 3-1 record at home.The final regular season game will have a major impact inthe Omaha community. The team will wear camouflage jerseys and the jerseys of Ahman Green, Robert Ferguson,Jeff Garcia and Jay Moore will be auctioned off with allproceeds benefiting the Wounded Warrior Family Support.The jerseys come thanks to the collaborative effort of theAhman Green Youth Development Foundation and theWounded Warrior Family Support.On Friday, the UFL and the Nighthawks are helpingConAgra Foods with initiatives to help end child by askingfans to donate canned goods. The food drive will include cashcollection stations manned by ConAgra Foods volunteers,who will also solicit donations from tailgaters before thegame. In addition, there will be an in-stadium informationbooth for “Shine the Light on Hunger” and opportunities for fans to purchase branded merchandise with proceeds fromthe sale of the items again benefiting the cause. 2010 OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS FOOTBALL  THE SERIES The Tuskers lead the all-time series 1-0. Florida defeated Omaha, 31-14, on November 5 in Orlando, Fla.Tuskers’ quarterback Chris Greisen, making his first career start for the Tuskers, went 23-of-31 for 215 yardsand two touchdowns in earning UFL Offensive Player of the Week honors. THE COACHES Jeff Jagodzinski (Wisconsin-Whitewater, ’85) leads the Nighthawks after guiding Boston College to a 20-8record and two ACC Championship Game appearances in 2007-08. Jagodzinski has coached in the collegiateand professional ranks for 26 years.Jay Gruden is in his first year as head coach of the Florida Tuskers. The brother of former Super BowlCoach Jon Gruden, Jay Gruden is in his 14th year as a professional football coach. Gruden was an offensivecoordinator on Jim Haslett’s Tuskers staff in 2009. Prior to that, Gruden was an offensive assistant with theTampa Bay Buccaneers from 2002-08 and also a long-time head coach in the Arena Football League. UFL REGULAR SEASON SET FOR DRAMATIC ENDING IN WEEK 10 The Sacramento Mountain Lions kept their United Football League Championship Game aspirations alive witha decisive 41-3 victory over the Omaha Nighthawks to trigger a possible three-way tiebreaker for the openberth. The MoLo’s wrapped up their regular season with a 4-4 record and will now sit at home during a byeweek hoping the team they defeated on Saturday – the Omaha Nighthawks – will knock off the Florida Tuskersin Week 10. That would pave the way for Sacramento to meet the Las Vegas Locos for the 2010 title.Omaha beating Florida next week would force a three-team tie for second place in the final standings withSacramento, Florida and Omaha all holding a 4-4 record. The first head-to-head tiebreaker taking into accountall games between the three teams would see Sacramento emerge victorious. The Mountain Lions would be 3-1 within the group, the Nighthawks 2-2 and the Tuskers 1-3.Still, the Nighthawks intend to sign off in style in front of a fourth consecutive sellout crowd at RosenblattStadium in Omaha on Friday (live on HDNet, 7.30 p.m. CST).“We prepare every game to win and next week is not going to be any different than how we approached thefirst game of the season,” said Omaha Head Coach Jeff Jagodzinski. “We need to play better as a team andwe’ll do that next week.“Here’s the positive: we’ve got one more game left and a chance to go back to Omaha to play again in front of the best fans in this league, and I’m sure our guys will give a great showing for those fans.”Advancing to the Championship Game would complete an impressive transformation for the Mountain Lions,who were in last place at the mid-season point with a 1-3 record. Led by quarterback Daunte Culpepper,Sacramento has since won three out of four games and lost by a single point in its only second half of theseason blemish.All the Florida Tuskers need to do is win or tie against the Nighthawks on November 19 to remain in Omahaand take on the Locos in the Championship Game at 11 a.m. CST on Saturday, November 27 (live on Versus). UFL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME SCENARIOSLAS VEGAS LOCOMOTIVES (5-2)Week 10: at Hartford -Have clinched a spot in the Championship Game FLORIDA TUSKERS (4-3)Week 10: at Omaha -Must beat Omaha to earn Championship Game berth SACRAMENTO MOUNTAIN LIONS (4-4)Week 10: BYE -Must have Omaha beat Florida to earn Championship Game berth OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS (3-4)Week 10: vs. Florida -Eliminated from contention HARTFORD COLONIALS (2-5)Week 10: vs. Las Vegas -Eliminated from contention 2010 OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS FOOTBALL   FLORIDA at OMAHA | ROSENBLATT STADIUM | NOV. 19 | 7:30 P.M. (CST) HDNet  COACHING STAFF Notable Information Head Coach – Jeff Jagodzinski Head Coach at Boston College (2007-08) Defensive/Special Teams Coordinator – Kirk Doll Special Teams coordinator at Notre Dame, LSU and Texas A&M Assistant Special Teams Coordinator – Jim Ryan Played 10 seasons with the Denver Broncos (1979-88) Quarterbacks – Ron Hudson Offensive Coordinator at Kansas State (1995-2002) Wide Receivers – Roger Hughes Head Coach at Princeton (2000-09) Offensive Line – Keith Uecker  Played eight seasons in NFL with Denver and Green Bay (1982-1991) Offensive Line/Quality Control – Michael Ketchum Graduate Assistant at Iowa (2003-2005) Tight Ends – Vince Marrow Played TE for four years in NFL with Bills, Chiefs and Panthers Defensive Backs – Joe Tresey Defensive Coordinator at Cincinnati and South Florida (2007-09) Running Backs – Wardell Smith Three-year NCAA All-American RB at East Carolina (1991-95) Defensive Line – Carl Hairston Played DE for 14 years in NFL with Eagles, Browns and Cardinals Defensive Line/Linebackers – Rick Lantz Interim Head Coach at Navy (2000); 38 years in coaching Defensive Backs/Quality Control – Patrick Madden Secondary and Special Teams Coach at Columbia (2005) Strength and Conditioning – Andy Williams Strength and Conditioning Coach at Northern Arizona in 2009 2010 OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS FOOTBALL   FLORIDA at OMAHA | ROSENBLATT STADIUM | NOV. 19 | 7:30 P.M. (CST) HDNetOMAHA NIGHTHAWKS DEPTH CHART (vs. Florida) OFFENSEQB 7 Jeff Garcia15 Matt Gutierrez3 D.J. Shockley FB 36 Rendrick Taylor  RB 30 Ahman Green21 Shaud Williams13 Maurice Clarett WR 89 Robert Ferguson85 Mike Hass88 Roy Hall LT 72 George Foster  LG 74 Damion Cook66 Mitch Erickson C 61 Marvin Philip69 P.J. Alexander  RG 78 Julius Wilson71 Dan Gay RT 73 Erik Pears75 Adrian Jones71 Dan Gay TE 84 Christian Hopkins80 Jeb Putzier86 Lee Vickers WR 82 Michael Clayton81 Devard Darling19 Andrew Brewer  DEFENSELE 95 Dewayne White90 Kevin Basped DT 94 Dusty Dvoracek97 Demetrin Veal DT 93 Renaldo Wynn92 Willie Williams77 Wendell Bryant RE 44 Jay Moore SLB 54 Patrick Thomas55 Gary Stills MLB 53 Nick Greisen56 Morlon Greenwood WLB 59 Cato June52 Alex Lewis50 Joey LaRocque LCB 38 DeMarcus Faggins24 Eric Green FS 20 Stuart Schweigert37 Calvin Lowry SS 42 Clinton Hart32 Jermaine Phillips33 Matt O’Hanlon RCB 23 Ricardo Colclough35 Corey Ivy SPECIALISTSP 16 Justin Brantly KR 23 Ricardo Colclough K 6 Jeff Wolfert PR 21 Shaud Williams LS 47 Matt Overton PRONUNCIATION GUIDE Kevin BASPED BASS-pedMaurice CLARETT cluh-RETTRicardo COLCLOUGH COKE-leeDusty DVORACEK Dih-VOR-a-checkDeMarcus FAGGINS FAY-gins AHMAN GreenAW-MAWN MORLON GreenwoodMORE-linNick GREISEN GRYE-sinMatt GUTIERREZ goo-TARE-ezMike HASS (like pass)Joey LAROCQUE luh-ROCKErik PEARS pairsJeb PUTZIER PUTT-zeer Stuart SCHWEIGERT SHWY-gert DEMETRIN Vealdeh-ME-trin SHAUD Williamsshawd   #69 OC P.J. ALEXANDER 6-4 284 Syracuse Acq: Expansion Draft – FLA 2 nd UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Played for the Florida Tuskers in 20092010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): Started at center… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): Started at center… Week 4 (at LasVegas): Started at center… Week 5 (at Hartford): Started at center… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): Started at center… Week 8(at Florida): Started at center… Week 9 (at Sacramento): Played center  #90 DE KEVIN BASPED 6-5 258 Nevada-Reno Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Participated in New York Jets’ training camp in 20102010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 1 tackle… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 2 tackles, 0.5 sacks for 3 yards… Week 4 (atLas Vegas): 1 tackle… Week 5 (at Hartford): 2 tackles… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 3 tackles, 1.5 sacks for 11 yards, 1quarterback hurry… Week 8 (at Florida): 1 tackle… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 2 tackles  #16 P JUSTIN BRANTLY 6-3 253 Texas A&M Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Signed with the Houston Texans in 20092010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 39.0-yard average on 2 punts… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 39.8-yard average on 6punts… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): 46.8-yard average on 5 punts… Week 5 (at Hartford): 41.4-yard average on 5 punts… Week7 (vs. Las Vegas): 44.9-yard average on 7 punts… Week 8 (at Florida): 36.2-yard average on 5 punts… Week 9 (atSacramento): 41.0-yard average on 6 punts #19 WR ANDREW BREWER 6-3 218 Northwestern Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Participated in New England Patriots’ mini-camp in 20102010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 1 tackle… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 1 reception, 10 yards… Week 4 (at LasVegas): DNP… Week 5 (at Hartford): 1 reception, 10 yards… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): No stats… Week 8 (at Florida): 2receptions, 22 yards… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 1 reception, 7 yards #77 DT WENDELL BRYANT 6-5 312 Wisconsin Acq: 2010 Expansion Draft – LV 2 nd UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Played for the Las Vegas Locomotives in 2009 and recorded 13 tackles and 1 sack during the regular seasonbefore being placed on Injured Reserve2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 1 tackle… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): DNP… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): 3 tackles, 1tackle for loss… Week 5 (at Hartford): 2 tackles, 1 tackle for loss… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 1 tackle… Week 8 (at Florida): DNP… Week 9 (at Sacramento): DNP #13 RB MAURICE CLARETT 5-11 220 Ohio State Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Spent 2005 training camp with the Denver Broncos2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 1 kickoff return for 13 yards… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 5 rushes, 12 yards; 1reception, 6 yards… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): 4 rushes, 7 yards; 3 receptions, 17 yards… Week 5 (at Hartford): 6 rushes, 10yards… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 5 rushes, 13 yards, 1 touchdown… Week 8 (at Florida): 1 rush, 12 yards; Team-best 5receptions, 38 yards… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 4 rushes, 31 yards; 2 receptions, 31 yards #82 WR MICHAEL CLAYTON 6-4 215 LSU Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Drafted in the first round by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the 2004 NFL Draft…played seven seasons withthe Bucs (2004-10)…recorded 221 catches for 2,936 yards and 10 touchdowns…led all rookies and his team in 2004 with80 receptions, 1,193 yards and 7 touchdowns2010 SEASON: Week 5 (at Hartford): Signed after game… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 1 reception, 17 yards; 1 kickoff returnfor 21 yards; 1 tackle… Week 8 (at Florida): 2 receptions, 15 yards… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 1 reception, 7 yards; 1 rush,1 yard; 5 kickoff returns for 83 yards #23 CB RICARDO COLCOUGH 5-11 195 Tusculum Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Was with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009…won Super Bowl with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005…recorded70 career tackles, 2.5 sacks, 7 pass defenses, 1 interception and 2 forced fumbles2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 6 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 pass breakup, 30.3-yard average on 3 kick returns… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 3 tackles, 3 pass breakups, 26 yards on 1 kick return… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): DNP… Week 5(at Hartford): 3 tackles… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 5 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 pass breakup… Week 8 (at Florida): 2tackles; 22.6-yard average on 5 kick returns… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 6 tackles, 1 interception; 1 kick return for 22 yards #74 OG DAMION COOK 6-5 330 Bethune-Cookman Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Has played in 26 games (10 starts) over five NFL seasons, most recently with the Detroit Lions in 20082010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): Started at guard… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): Started at guard… Week 4 (at LasVegas): Started at guard… Week 5 (at Hartford): Started at guard… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): Started at guard; 1 tackle… Week 8 (at Florida): Started at guard… Week 9 (at Sacramento): Started at guard   2010 OMAHA NIGHTHAWKS FOOTBALLFLORIDA at OMAHA | ROSENBLATT STADIUM | NOV. 19 | 7:30 P.M. (CST) HDNet  FLORIDA at OMAHA | ROSENBLATT STADIUM | NOV. 19 | 7:30 P.M. (CST) HDNet   #81 WR DEVARD DARLING 6-1 215 Washington State Acq: Draft Pick 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Played five seasons in NFL…played in 16 games for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008 with nine starts andcaught 17 passes for 247 yards and 1 touchdown2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): Team-best 5 receptions, 48 yards, 1 touchdown… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 3receptions, 49 yards, 1 touchdown; 1 tackle… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): Team-best 4 receptions, 32 yards… Week 5 (atHartford): 1 reception, 6 yards, 1 touchdown… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 1 reception, 23 yards… Week 8 (at Florida): 2receptions, 12 yards… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 1 reception, 6 yards #94 DT DUSTY DVORACEK 6-3 302 Oklahoma Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Started 13 games for the Chicago Bears from 2006-08 before injuries set in…recorded 31 tackles and twopasses defended2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 2 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 fumble recovery, 1 QB hurry… Week 3 (vs.Sacramento): 2 tackles, 1 forced fumble… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): 2 tackles, 1 tackle for loss… Week 5 (at Hartford): 4tackles… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 4 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 0.5 sacks for 4 yards, 1 quarterback hurry… Week 8 (atFlorida): 2 tackles, 1 tackle for loss… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 4 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 1 quarterback hurry #66 OG MITCH ERICKSON 6-4 290 Nevada-Reno Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Participated in 2010 training camp with the Seattle Seahawks2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): Started at guard… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): Started at guard… Week 4 (at LasVegas): Started at guard, 1 tackle… Week 5 (at Hartford): Played guard… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): Played guard… Week 8(at Florida): Played guard… Week 9 (at Sacramento): DNP #38 CB DEMARCUS FAGGINS 5-10 190 Kansas State Acq: Draft Pick 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Spent eight years in NFL…most recent stop at Detroit Lions in 2009…played in 84 NFL games with 36 startsand recorded 220 tackles, 1 sack, 31 pass defenses, 5 interceptions and 1 touchdown2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 5 tackles, team-best 2 pass breakups… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 7 tackles… Week4 (at Las Vegas): 3 tackles… Week 5 (at Hartford): DNP… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 3 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, 3 passbreakups… Week 8 (at Florida): 2 tackles, 1 quarterback hurry… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 2 tackles #89 WR ROBERT FERGUSON 6-1 225 Texas A&M Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Participated in 2009 Atlanta Falcons’ training camp after eight seasons in NFL with Green Bay andMinnesota…Played in 83 regular season games with 34 starts and caught 151 passes for 1,993 yards and 13 touchdowns2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 4 receptions, 45 yards, 1 touchdown… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): Team-best 7receptions, 94 yards… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): 3 receptions, 39 yards, 1 touchdown… Week 5 (at Hartford): Game-high 6receptions, 88 yards… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): Game-high 5 receptions, 44 yards… Week 8 (at Florida): 4 receptions, 36yards; 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery, 1 touchdown… Week 9 (at Sacramento): Team-best 5 receptions, 68 yards #72 OT GEORGE FOSTER 6-5 344 Georgia Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Six-year NFL Career with Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions…played in 68 regular season games with 57starts from 2003-2008…spent the 2009 NFL preseason with the Cleveland Browns2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): Started at tackle… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): Started at tackle… Week 4 (at LasVegas): Started at tackle… Week 5 (at Hartford): Started at tackle… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): Started at tackle… Week 8 (atFlorida): Started at tackle… Week 9 (at Sacramento): Started at tackle #7 QB JEFF GARCIA 6-1 190 San Jose State Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Four-time NFL Pro Bowl quarterback has played in 125 NFL regular season games and made 116 starts from1999-2009…boasts career figures of 2,264 completions from 3,676 attempts for 25,537 yards, 161 touchdowns and 83interceptions…has also rushed for 2,140 yards and 26 touchdowns2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): 23-of-40, 226 yards, 3 touchdowns; 3 rushes, 19 yards… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): 19-of-36, 283 yards, 2 touchdowns, 2 interceptions; 4 rushes, minus-3 yards… Week 4 (at Las Vegas): 22-of-37, 168 yards,1 touchdown, 2 interceptions; 3 rushes, 17 yards… Week 5 (at Hartford): 18-of-34, 185 yards, 2 touchdowns; 4 rushes, 7yards… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): 13-of-32, 155 yards, 4 interceptions; 4 rushes, 23 yards… Week 8 (at Florida): 9-of-19, 64yards, 1 interception… Week 9 (at Sacramento): 11-of-22, 107 yards; 4 rushes, 6 yards #71 OT DAN GAY 6-4 303 Baylor Acq: 2010 Free Agent 1 st UFL Season PREVIOUSLY: Spent 2010 training camp with the New York Jets2010 SEASON: Week 2 (vs. Hartford): DNP… Week 3 (vs. Sacramento): Started at tackle, 1 tackle… Week 4 (at LasVegas): Started at tackle… Week 5 (at Hartford): Played tackle… Week 7 (vs. Las Vegas): Played tackle… Week 8 (atFlorida): Played tackle… Week 9 (at Sacramento): DNP
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