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Shaun Rogers
DT #92
Height:
6-4
Weight:
350
College:
Texas
Hometown:
LaPorte, Texas
Experience:
11
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 163 513 373 140 37.5 0 27 1 1 66 -- 66
2013 NYG 7 9 7 2 0 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2011 NO 16 22 14 8 0 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2010 CLE 15 17 14 3 2 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2009 CLE 11 36 27 9 2 -- 1 -- -- -- -- --
2008 CLE 16 76 61 15 4.5 -- 4 -- -- -- -- --
2007 DET 16 39 26 13 7 0 3 1 1 66 66 66
2006 DET 6 20 19 1 3 -- 0 -- -- -- -- --
2005 DET 14 39 29 10 5.5 0 2 -- -- -- -- --
2004 DET 16 68 48 20 4 -- 5 -- -- -- -- --
2003 DET 16 58 42 16 4 -- 5 -- -- -- -- --
2002 DET 14 48 26 22 2.5 -- 2 -- -- -- -- --
2001 DET 16 81 60 21 3 -- 4 -- -- -- -- --
Fumbles
YearTeamGFUMLostFFOWN FROPP FROWN YDSOPP YDSTDOOBSftyTB
TOTAL 163 1 0 4 1 8 0 31 1 0 0 0
2013 NYG 7 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 NO 16 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 CLE 15 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 CLE 11 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 CLE 16 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 DET 16 1 0 0 1 3 0 10 0 0 0 0
2006 DET 6 -- -- 0 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- -- --
2005 DET 14 -- -- 2 -- 1 -- 21 1 -- -- --
2004 DET 16 -- -- 0 -- 1 -- 0 -- -- -- --
2003 DET 16 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 DET 14 -- -- 0 -- 2 -- 0 -- -- -- --
2001 DET 16 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

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NFL CAREER – In 11 NFL seasons, Rogers has started 128 of 156 games, while recording 602 tackles (404 solo), 38 sacks, one interception, 25 pass defenses, four forced fumbles and eight fumble recoveries. The three-time Pro Bowl selection has helped the interior of the line in both stopping the run and rushing the passer. The former University of Texas standout has also taken advantage of his powerful build to block 14 field goal attempts in his career.
NFL CAREER – In 11 NFL seasons, Rogers has started 128 of 156 games, while recording 602 tackles (404 solo), 38 sacks, one interception, 25 pass defenses, four forced fumbles and eight fumble recoveries. The three-time Pro Bowl selection has helped the interior of the line in both stopping the run and rushing the passer. The former University of Texas standout has also taken advantage of his powerful build to block 14 field goal attempts in his career.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Signed by New Orleans, 3/2/11; Released by Cleveland, 2/9/11; Placed on injured reserve by Cleveland, 11/30/09; Signed by Cleveland to a six-year contract, 3/25/08; Acquired by Cleveland from Detroit for CB Leigh Bodden and the Browns’ third-round draft choice of the 2008 NFL Draft, 3/1/08; Placed on injured reserve by Detroit, 12/6/06; Reinstated by NFL, 11/27/06; Placed on NFL reserve/suspended list, 10/19/06; Signed by Detroit, 7/23/01; Selected in the second-round (61st overall) of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions.

HONORS – 2008: Pro Bowl; 2007: NFC Defensive Player of the Week (week nine); 2005: Pro Bowl; 2004: Pro Bowl; NFC Defensive Player of the Week (week seven); 2003: Football Digest second-team All-Pro.

2011 – Appeared in 16 games with four starts and finished with 29 tackles (16 solo) and one pass defense…Appeared in two postseason contests and recorded one pass defense…Along with DE Will Smith, Rogers was credited for helping seal up a key fourth-and-one run play by Atlanta RB Michael Turner in overtime at their 29-yard line, allowing S Malcolm Jenkins to make the tackle for no gain that gave the Saints the ball back to help set up a game-winning field goal for New Orleans, Nov. 13…Rogers and DT Aubrayo Franklin played an integral part of a monumental run-stopping effort in the NFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Detroit, Jan. 7, that allowed his former team to gain only 32 yards on ten carries (3.2 avg.) 2010 – Appeared in 15 games with one start…Collected 17 tackles, two sacks and blocked a field goal…Inactive with ankle/hip injuries at Baltimore, Sept. 26…Finished with only one tackle, but was integral to a run-stopping effort that surrendered only 58 rushing yards at New Orleans, Oct. 24…Recorded two tackles and shared a sack with Matt Roth at Jacksonville, Nov. 21...Tallied two tackles, including one for a loss vs. Carolina, Nov. 28…Recorded three tackles and one sack at Miami, Dec. 5 and also recorded his 14th career blocked field goal when he got his hands on a Dan Carpenter 41-yard attempt on game’s opening possession…Started at LDE in season finale vs. Pittsburgh, 1/2/11 and recorded one tackle and a half sack for a loss of 1.5 yards. 2009 – Started 11 games at NT and produced 36 tackles, two sacks and a pass defensed…On special teams, blocked a field goal attempt and a pair of PATs… Blocked a Shayne Graham 23-yard field goal attempt and later in the game a PAT with game tied at 20 with less than two minutes to play in regulation, forcing overtime against Cincinnati, Oct. 4. The contest marked the second time in his career he had two blocked kicks in the same game… Blocked a PAT against Baltimore, Nov. 16…Was placed on injured reserve, Dec. 1 with a lower leg injury sustained in game at Cincinnati, Nov. 29. 2008 – Named to AFC Pro Bowl roster as he posted 81 tackles and 4.5 sacks…Played in 100th career game and tallied first sack as a Brown against Pittsburgh, Sept. 14…Had a sack at Cincinnati, Sept. 28, beginning a stretch in which he tallied 3.5 sacks over five games…In the fourth quarter of game at Jacksonville, Oct. 26, blocked a 38-yard field goal attempt by Josh Scobee and recovered the blocked kick at the Cleveland 41-yard line to preserve a 17-14 lead in a 23-17 win…Also was part of a defensive effort that limited Jaguars running backs Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew to a combined 20 carries for 53 yards…Blocked a 49-yard field goal attempt by Kris Brown against Houston, Nov. 23. 2007 – In his final season in Detroit, notched 66 tackles, a career-best seven sacks for 53 yards, one interception for 66 yards, two pass breakups and three fumble recoveries…Was an alternate to NFC Pro Bowl squad…Blocked a Sebastian Janikowski 50-yard field goal attempt in opener against Oakland, Sept. 9…Recovered a fumble in overtime that led to the Lions’ game-winning field goal in a 20-17 decision over Minnesota, Sept. 16…Had a sack and a block of a 52-yard field goal attempt by Robbie Gould in 37-27 win over Chicago, Sept. 30…Against Denver, Nov. 4, had career-high 2.5 sacks for 15 yards, and an interception of a Patrick Ramsey pass that he returned 66 yards for a touchdown as he earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors…Also had two sacks against Kansas City, Dec. 23. 2006 – Started six games and posted 36 tackles with three sacks for 28 yards and one fumble recovery… Had two sacks in opener vs. Seattle, Sept. 11 when he also blocked a Josh Brown 41-yard field goal attempt…Placed on injured reserve, Dec. 6 with knee injury. 2005 – Started 14 games and was named to the Pro Bowl, making his second appearance in Hawaii…Tallied 36 tackles, 5.5 sacks for 44 yards with one fumble recovery and two forced fumbles…In opener vs. Green Bay, Sept. 11, recorded a key sack on the Packers’ final drive for a loss of 12 yards…Blocked a John Kasay 52-yard field goal attempt vs. Carolina, Oct. 16…Had his first career touchdown, when teammate James Hall stripped the ball from Aaron Stecker and Rogers picked it up, racing 21 yards for a touchdown at New Orleans, Dec. 24, with the Saints managing a season-low 47 yards rushing. 2004 – Started 16 games and notched 75 tackles, four sacks for 19.5 yards, five pass  breakups, one fumble recovery and three blocked kicks…Selected to his first Pro Bowl and was voted by his teammates as the Lem Barney Defensive MVP…In season opener at Chicago, Sept. 12, recorded five tackles, a sack, one fumble recovery and a block of a Paul Edinger 27-yard field goal attempt, which was returned an NFL record 92-yards for a touchdown by Bracy Walker…Recorded two sacks for 14 yards at Atlanta, Oct. 10…Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts at NY Giants, Oct. 24, which included four tackles, one pass breakup and one sack…Blocked a Mike Vanderjagt PAT vs. Indianapolis, Nov. 25, the first extra-point block of his career…Blocked a Gary Anderson 27-yard field goal attempt in finale at Tennessee, 1/2/05. 2003 – Started all 16 games and totaled 75 tackles, four sacks for 27 yards, four pass breakups and one forced fumble…Named an alternate to NFC Pro Bowl squad…Voted by teammates as the Chuck Hughes Most Improved Player and named to Football Digest’s All-Pro second-team…Despite amassing just five wins, the Lions were 3-1 in games when he had a sack. 2002 – Appeared in 14 games, including 12 starts, and recorded 62 tackles, 2.5 sacks for 21 yards, a pass breakup, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble…Blocked a first quarter John Kasay 46-yard field goal attempt vs. Carolina, Sept. 15…In finale vs. Minnesota, Dec. 29, notched a sack and blocked a Gary Anderson 43-yard field goal attempt. 2001 – In his rookie season, started all 16 games and led NFL defensive linemen with 97 tackles (62 solo)…Voted as Mel Farr Rookie of the Year by his teammates and was ranked one of the 10-best rookies of the 2001 season by The Sporting News…Had first career sack and multi-sack game with two takedowns at Minnesota (10/14)…Posted a career-best 11 tackles vs. Tennessee, Oct. 21…Blocked two field goal attempts at San Francisco, Nov. 4…The first was a 49-yard attempt by Jose Cortez in the second quarter…The second was a 19-yard attempt by Cortez with 1:56 left in the fourth quarter.

COLLEGE – Started 20 of 41 games at the University of Texas (1997-2000) ranking third on the school’s career-record list with 53 tackles for loss, while collecting 199 tackles, 14 sacks and 54 QB pressures…All-Big 12 second-team choice as a senior in 2000…Helped Texas limit opponents to only 94.0 yards per game rushing, the lowest figure by a Longhorn squad since 1983, and the Longhorns led the nation in pass efficiency defense (88.3) and ranked seventh in total defense (278.3 ypg)…In 1999, earned All-Big 12 Conference first-team honors, joining Pittsburgh Steelers 2000 first round choice Casey Hampton in becoming the Longhorns’ first defensive tackle tandem to garner such accolades in the same season since 1971…Started 12 of 13 games as a junior and recorded a career-high 80 tackles with 5.5 sacks for 33 yards, 27 tackles for loss and 24 QB pressures.

PERSONAL – Born in LaPorte, Texas…Two-way tackle at LaPorte (Texas) HS… Also lettered in basketball...Father, Ernie, played at Rice (1975-78), was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in 1979 and played in both the CFL and USFL…Interacted with 2,000 Detroit-area underprivileged children at the NFL Experience Kids Day the week of Super Bowl XL…Named the 2008 Browns Player of the Year by the local chapter of the PFWA.

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