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Jonathan Stinchcomb
T #78
Height:
6-5
Weight:
315
College:
Georgia
Hometown:
Lilburn, Ga.
Experience:
9
Offensive Line
YearTeamGGS
TOTAL 90 80
2010 NO 16 16
2009 NO 16 16
2008 NO 16 16
2007 NO 16 16
2006 NO 16 16
2005 NO 0 0
2004 NO 4 0
2003 NO 6 0

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NFL CAREER – Stinchcomb anchors the right side of the offensive line, and quality play and reliability have distinguished his performances since he took over as a full-time starter at tackle in 2006, where he has opened 80 consecutive contests, tied for the third-longest current streak among NFL tackles, as well as all six postseason games. Among the club’s strongest players, Stinchcomb excels at both protecting QB Drew Brees and opening up gaps for running backs. Entering his ninth season, Stinchcomb was originally drafted 37th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft after a banner career at Georgia.

NFL CAREER – Stinchcomb anchors the right side of the offensive line, and quality play and reliability have distinguished his performances since he took over as a full-time starter at tackle in 2006, where he has opened 80 consecutive contests, tied for the third-longest current streak among NFL tackles, as well as all six postseason games. Among the club’s strongest players, Stinchcomb excels at both protecting QB Drew Brees and opening up gaps for running backs. Entering his ninth season, Stinchcomb was originally drafted 37th overall in the 2003 NFL Draft after a banner career at Georgia.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Agreed to terms on a five-year contract (UFA), 2/28/09; Re-signed to two-year contract (UFA), 3/3/07; Placed on Reserve/Injured, 8/26/05; Signed a four-year contract, 7/25/03; Selected by Saints in second round (37th overall) in 2003 NFL Draft.

HONORS – 2009: Pro Bowl.

2010 – Voted by his teammates as one of five season-long team captains…Started all 16 games at for the fifth consecutive season, in addition to opening NFC Wild Card Playoff at Seattle, 1/8/11…Integral part of a line ranked sixth in the NFL in yards per game and surrendered only 26 sacks, the fifth-lowest total in the league…Has opened 80 consecutive games, including postseason contests has 86 straight starts…Helped offense rush for a season-high 212 yards and 475 total net yards at Tampa Bay, Oct. 17…Part of a line whose blocking helped the offense post 436 total yards and 34 points at Cincinnati, Dec. 5. 2009 – Was an outstanding performer for the offensive line of the league’s top-ranked offense, earning a selection to the Pro Bowl for his play at RT…Started all three of the team’s postseason victories, including the Super Bowl XLIV win. 2008 – Key part of an offensive line that allowed just 13 sacks, a club-record for the fewest surrendered in a season…Opened all 16 games at RT. 2007 – Opened every contest at RT…Part of a line that only allowed an NFL-low 16 sacks, including a four-week stretch without surrendering one. 2006 – Had a banner season, starting all 16 games at RT and both postseason contests…Opener at Cleveland, Sept. 10, marked first NFL start. 2005 – Missed entire season after rupturing his right patella tendon in training camp. 2004 – Played in four games and declared inactive for other 12s. 2003 – Played in six games and dressed but did not play in one…Inactive for other nine games …Saw first NFL action vs. Atlanta, Nov. 16, on special teams.

COLLEGE – Four-year starter at Georgia, opening 34 of 37 games…All-Academic honors in 2001-02…One of 11 players to earn AFCA Good Works Team honors for contributions to community service…In 2002 named a Walter Camp All-American, All-SEC  and one of six recipients of National Football Foundation scholarship…Became first Georgia linemen to score a TD in 17 years when he recovered a fumble in end zone at Auburn in 2002…Named All-SEC in 2001…As a sophomore, started every game at RT and was named to All-SEC second team…Started 11 of 12 games as redshirt freshman in 1999.

PERSONAL – USA Today and Parade All-American at Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.) HS…A four-year starter on the offensive line, who also started on defense for two seasons…Earned 4.0-grade-point-average in high school...Older brother, Matt, was an All-American and captain at Georgia (1995-98) and a first-round selection by Oakland Raiders in 1999, who played guard in Oakland for five seasons and then Tampa Bay for two more…One of the club’s most active players in the community, visiting area hospitals and schools during the season, has organized an annual football camp for youth as well as an annual holiday bike giveaway…Named club’s “Man of the Year” in 2008 for his dedication to service…Married to Allison and the couple have a son, Mason…Born Aug. 27, 1979 in Atlanta, Ga.

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