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Jarran Reed

DL

#90

Experience: 7 years

Height: 6-3

Age: 30

Weight: 307 lbs

College: Alabama

2022 SEASON

  • Solo
    21
  • SCK
    2.5
  • FF
    1
  • INT
    --
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1@VikingsL 7 - 2331420000
2BearsW 27 - 1021320000
3@BuccaneersW 14 - 12101100001
4PatriotsW 27 - 2444831000
5GiantsL 22 - 2721310000
6JetsL 10 - 2731430000
7@CommandersL 21 - 2321320000
8@BillsL 17 - 2721310000
9@LionsL 9 - 1502200000
10CowboysW 31 - 2811210000
11TitansL 17 - 2732520000
12@EaglesL 33 - 4002200.5000
13@BearsW 28 - 1901100000
15RamsW 24 - 1210110000
16@DolphinsW 26 - 20426110011
17VikingsW 41 - 1702200000
18LionsL 16 - 2011210000

Career Stats

Defense Career

SEASONTEAMGGSTKLASTCOMBINEDSOLOSCKSFTYPDEFINTYDSAVGLNGTDSFFOPP FR
2016Seattle Seahawks156132134121.5030
2017Seattle Seahawks1515232245201.5011
2018Seattle Seahawks16163416503210.50002
2019Seattle Seahawks101010172782011
2020Seattle Seahawks1616201838196.5011
2021Kansas City Chiefs1717232043202.50121
2022Green Bay Packers1714292352212.50012
TOTAL1069415213728913227070000065

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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