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Jarran Reed

DL

#90

Experience: 7 years

Height: 6-3

Age: 29

Weight: 307 lbs

College: Alabama

2021 SEASON

  • Solo
    20
  • SCK
    2.5
  • FF
    2
  • INT
    --
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WKOPPRESULTTotalSoloASTSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
18@BroncosW 28 - 243120010
17@BengalsL 31 - 343121000
16SteelersW 36 - 1010100001
15@ChargersW 34 - 283210000
14RaidersW 48 - 95320001
13BroncosW 22 - 95310001
11CowboysW 19 - 94220.5000
10@RaidersW 41 - 142201000
9PackersW 13 - 71010000
8GiantsW 20 - 173030000
7@TitansL 3 - 276320000
6@Football TeamW 31 - 131010000
5BillsL 20 - 38
4@EaglesW 42 - 300000000
3ChargersL 24 - 303120000
2@RavensL 35 - 362200000
1BrownsW 33 - 291000000

Career Stats

Defense Career

SEASONTEAMGGSTotalSoloASTSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
2016Seattle Seahawks1563412211.5030
2017Seattle Seahawks15154520221.5011
2018Seattle Seahawks161650321610.50002
2019Seattle Seahawks1010278172011
2020Seattle Seahawks16163819186.5011
2021Kansas City Chiefs17174320202.50121
TOTAL898023711111424.5070000053

Biography

The Green Bay Packers signed DL Jarran Reed on March 23, 2022.

  • First name is pronounced JAIR-in.
  • Joins the Packers after spending last season with the Kansas City Chiefs (2021) and the first five years of his career with the Seattle Seahawks (2016-20).
  • Was one of four NFL players listed as a DT on Stathead.com to record more than one sack in each season from 2016-21 (Fletcher Cox, Javon Hargrave, Sheldon Rankins).
  • Since entering the league in 2016, ranks No. 6 in QB hits (70) and No. 7 in sacks (24½) among players listed as a defensive tackle on Stathead.com.
  • Finished No. 2 on the Seahawks with a career-high 10½ sacks in 2018, the third-most sacks by a defensive tackle in a single-season in team history (Hall of Famers Cortez Kennedy, John Randle). Also set a career high with 50 tackles (34 solo).
  • During his four college seasons, was part of teams at East Mississippi Community College and the University of Alabama that combined for a 46-5 record, including an NJCAA championship and an FBS national championship.

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