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Players

Jamar Nesbit
G #67
Height:
6-4
Weight:
328
College:
South Carolina
Experience:
11
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 153 90
2009 NO 13 0
2008 NO 7 3
2007 NO 16 16
2006 NO 16 16
2005 NO 16 4
2004 NO 16 4
2003 JAC 16 2
2002 CAR 14 13
2001 CAR 16 16
2000 CAR 16 16
1999 CAR 7 0

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NFL CAREER – A proven veteran with a wealth of experience, Nesbit brings versatility to the offensive line as he has lined up at every position on the line other than left tackle over the course of his career. The most veteran player amongst the Saints’ linemen, the former undrafted free agent started 35 consecutive games at left guard from 2006-08 and has started 90 out of 140 games in his career, and 43 of 71 since coming to New Orleans as a free agent in 2004 from the Jacksonville Jaguars after starting his career with four seasons with the Carolina Panthers.
NFL CAREER – A proven veteran with a wealth of experience, Nesbit brings versatility to the offensive line as he has lined up at every position on the line other than left tackle over the course of his career. The most veteran player amongst the Saints’ linemen, the former undrafted free agent started 35 consecutive games at left guard from 2006-08 and has started 90 out of 140 games in his career, and 43 of 71 since coming to New Orleans as a free agent in 2004 from the Jacksonville Jaguars after starting his career with four seasons with the Carolina Panthers.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Activated from reserve/suspended list, 10/25/08; Placed on reserve/suspended list, 9/23/08; Re-signed by Saints to a three-year contract, 2/27/08; Signed by Saints to four-year contract (UFA), 4/25/04; Signed by Jacksonville Jaguars (UFA) to one-year contract, 5/5/03; Re-signed by Carolina Panthers to one-year contract, 6/21/02; Signed to three-year contract as an undrafted free agent by Carolina, 4/18/99.

2008 – Started three of the seven games he played in, inactive for four and dressed but did not see action in another…Was the starting left guard for the first three contests of the season before missing four games due to a suspension levied by the Commissioner’s office…Returned to action in the second half of the season, playing on special teams and as a reserve guard in the campaign’s remaining games. 2007 – Started all 16 games at left guard for the second-straight year, and part of a unit that allowed only 16 sacks, the fewest in the NFL…Played in every game for the fifth-straight season, and reached 133 regular-season contests played by year’s end. 2006 – Started all 16 games at left guard for the first time since 2001 and the first time with Saints…Also opened both postseason contests…Offensive line key component in club featuring NFL’s No. 1-ranked offense, averaging 391.5 yards per contest. 2005 – Played in all 16 games, starting three at right tackle when T Jammal Brown was sidelined with injury and started at right guard at Minnesota, Sept. 25…Also saw action as a blocking tight end and on special teams…Started at right tackle vs. Atlanta, Oct. 16, as Saints rushed for season-high 211 yards…Appeared in his 100th career NFL game vs. Detroit, Dec. 24…Started at right tackle at Tampa Bay, 1/1/06. 2004 – Played in 16 games, starting four at left guard…Saw majority of playing time on special teams… Opened at right guard at Tampa Bay, Dec. 19. 2003 – Primarily served as a backup, starting at LG at Tennessee, Nov. 16 and at the N.Y. Jets, Nov. 23. 2002 – Played 14 games with 13 starts…Inactive for two games with ankle injury. 2001 – Started all 16 games (15 at left guard and one at center)… Helped offense set club record for fewest sacks allowed in season (31)…Made first NFL start at center at San Francisco, Oct. 7. 2000 – Started 16 games at right guard for Carolina. 1999 – Lone undrafted rookie to earn roster spot… Played in seven games, mainly on special teams, and inactive in nine contests.

COLLEGE
– Started 11 games as a senior in 1998, earning second-team All-SEC honors…First-team All-SEC as a junior and sophomore…As a sophomore, one of only 11 players in the country named to CFA’s Good Works Team, in recognition for his outstanding community service work…Named to SEC’s All-Freshman team in 1995 after starting last 10 games at guard…Graduated with a dual degree in marketing and business administration.

PERSONAL
– Married (Tara) with sons, Bryson and Michael…Attended Summerville (S.C.) HS, where he was named All-America and All-State… Father, Ronald, works for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and Jamar lived abroad during his first 13 years. Lived two stints in Germany around two-and-a-half years in Saudi Arabia…Played soccer and baseball before moving to U.S. at age of 14…Played organized football for first time in the 10th grade…Full name: Jamar Kendric Nesbit.

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