Spent the 2015 season on the Reserve/Injured list after suffering an injury in New Orleans’ first preseason game at Baltimore, Aug. 13. Made his NFL-debut last year in the Saints’ 2014 season finale at Tampa Bay, Dec. 28, posting three tackles.
NFL CAREER – Spent the 2015 season on the Reserve/Injured list after suffering an injury in New Orleans’ first preseason game at Baltimore, Aug. 13. Made his NFL-debut last year in the Saints’ 2014 season finale at Tampa Bay, Dec. 28, posting three tackles.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Re-signed, 6/17/16; Placed on Reserve/Injured, 8/25/15; Waived/Injured, 8/18/15; Signed to active roster from practice squad, 11/27/14; Signed to practice squad, 9/1/14; Waived by New Orleans, 8/30/14; Agreed to terms with New Orleans as an undrafted free agent, 5/12/14.
2015 – Placed on Reserve/Injured after suffering an injury in New Orleans’ opening game of the preseason at Baltimore, Aug. 13. 2014 – Made his NFL-debut at Tampa Bay in the season finale, recording three tackles. Spent most of the season on the Saints practice squad.
COLLEGE – Three-year starter for Valdosta State, recording 126 tackles, 28.5 tackles for a loss, 14.5 sacks and eight forced fumbles in 44 games…As senior, recorded 48 tackles, 8.5 stops for a loss, 4.5 sacks and three forced fumbles…As junior, earned honorable mention All-America, first-team All-Super Region 2, and second-team All-Gulf South Conference. Played in and started 14 games, recording 52 tackles (24 solo), 12 for losses, six sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one pass defensed.
PERSONAL – Prepped at Brooks County (Quitman, Ga.) HS…Born Jan. 20, 1991.
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