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Darnell Savage

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#26

Experience: 4 years

Height: 5-11

Age: 25

Weight: 198 lbs

College: Maryland

2022 SEASON

  • Solo
    38
  • SCK
    0
  • FF
    0
  • INT
    1
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Career Stats

Defense Career

SEASONTEAMGGSTKLASTCOMBINEDSOLOSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
2019Green Bay Packers14144213553900523718.52802
2020Green Bay Packers15155619755210124133.29001
2021Green Bay Packers171748156343009200000
2022Green Bay Packers1613431558380051757575101
TOTAL6259189622511721031912513.975122

Biography

  • Is the only Green Bay safety to record multiple interceptions in each of his first three seasons in the NFL (2019-21), according to Stathead.
  • Posted six interceptions in his first two seasons (2019-20), tied for No. 8 among NFL safeties over that span (stathead.com).
  • His six INTs were the most by a Packers safety in their first two seasons since Tom Flynn (10) in 1984-85 (stathead.com).
  • Became the first Packers safety to have two-plus interceptions in both of his first two NFL seasons since Aaron Rouse in 2007-08.
  • Among NFL safeties, finished the 2020 regular season No. 2 in passes defensed (12) and tied for No. 5 with four interceptions (stathead.com).
  • Earned PFWA All-Rookie team honors in 2019 after starting all 14 games he appeared in and recording 61 tackles (41 solo), a tackle for a loss, a team-high two forced fumbles, two INTs (tied for No. 2 on the team), seven passes defensed, a QB hit and two QB pressures.
  • Earned All-Big Ten honors from media and coaches in each of his final two seasons at Maryland, being named honorable mention in 2017 and second team in 2018.

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